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JEE Advanced Preparation Tips

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You have cleared the JEE Main exam and now you are seeking answers for How to study for JEE Advanced. Only best students clear the JEE Mains and now you have to be at the top of the game to really have a chance to beat the tough competition. Before you start preparing to clear JEE Advanced, it is a good idea to know the paper pattern and the important topics that are frequently asked in the exam. You can also get JEE Advanced preparation tips from the experts to clear the exam with the top score and get into any one of the prestigious IITs. Let’s see the paper analysis to get a clear idea about the JEE Advanced paper. This will help you make a study plan for JEE Advanced accordingly.

JEE Advanced Paper Analysis

JEE Advanced is conducted in two parts- Paper- 1 and Paper- 2. The first paper is conducted from 9 AM to 12 noon and the second paper is conducted from 2 PM to 5 PM. By following the paper analysis you will get an idea to crack JEE Advanced exam.

2017 JEE Advanced Paper Analysis

Given below is the paper analysis for JEE Advanced paper of 2017. Students, with a big question, how to prepare for JEE Advanced, should definitely refer it to get some tips for JEE Advanced.

  • In total 54 questions were asked in paper- 1 and paper- 2 combined
  • Each paper was of 183 marks in which Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics were of 61  marks each
  • If we see the total marks for each subject in both the papers, then it was of 122 marks
  • Both the papers combined were for 366 marks

Paper- 1 Analysis

Let’s see the type of questions and marks allotted for them

Questions Type No. of questions per subject Marks per Question Marks for Wrong Answer Marks per Subject Total Questions Total Marks for all Subjects
Single Correct Answer 6 3 -1 18 18 54
Multiple Correct Answer 7 4 -2 28 21 84
Single Digit Grid 5 3 0 15 15 45
Total 18     62 54 183

Difficulty Level

Paper 1 Difficulty Level 2017

Subjects Easy Medium Hard
Physics 37 14 8
Chemistry 20 20 21
Mathematics 30 27 4

Class Wise Marks Distribution

  • In Physics, 9 questions of 31 marks were from class XI and remaining 9 questions of 30 marks were from class XII.
  • In Chemistry, 9 questions of 30 marks were from class XI and 9 questions of 31 marks were from class XII.
  • In Mathematics, 9 questions of 30 marks were from class XI and remaining 9 questions of 31 marks were from class XII.

Paper 1 Class wise Marks Distribution 2017

Class Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Class XI 31 30 30
Class XII 30 31 31

Paper- 2 Analysis

Let’s see the type of questions and marks allotted for them

Questions Type No. of questions per subject Marks per Question Marks for Wrong Answer Marks per Subject Total Questions Total Marks for all Subjects
Single Correct Answer 7 3 -1 21 21 63
Multiple Correct Answer 7 4 -2 28 21 84
Single Digit Grid 4 3 0 12 12 36
Total 18     61 54 183

Difficulty Level

Paper 2 Difficulty Level 2017

Subjects Easy Medium Hard
Physics 35 20 6
Chemistry 13 24 24
Mathematics 27 27 7

Class Wise Marks Distribution

  • In Physics, 8 questions of 26 marks were from class XI and remaining 10 questions of 35 marks were from class XII.
  • In Chemistry, 5 questions of 18 marks were from class XI and 13 questions of 43 marks were from class XII.
  • In Mathematics, 5 questions of 16 marks were from class XI and remaining 13 questions of 45 marks were from class XII.

Paper 2 Class wise Marks Distribution 2017

Class Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Class XI 26 18 16
Class XII 35 43 45

2016 JEE Advanced Paper Analysis

Students seeking answers for How to prepare for JEE Advanced should definitely refer the paper analysis of 2016 JEE Advanced paper. This is crucial to know about the types of questions asked and their frequency.

  • In total 54 questions were asked in paper- 1 and paper- 2 combined
  • Each paper was of 186 marks in which Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics were of 62 marks each
  • If we see the total marks for each subject in both the papers, then it was of 124 marks
  • Both the papers combined were for 372 marks

Paper- 1 Analysis

Let’s see the type of questions and marks allotted for them

Questions Type No. of questions per subject Marks per Question Marks for Wrong Answer Marks per Subject Total Questions Total Marks for all Subjects
Single Correct Answer 5 3 -1 15 15 45
Multiple Correct Answer 8 4 -2 32 24 96
Single Digit Grid 5 3 0 15 15 45
Total 18     62 54 186

Difficulty Level

Paper 1 Difficulty Level 2016

Subjects Easy Medium Hard
Physics 37 17 8
Chemistry 15 31 16
Mathematics 17 27 18

Class wise Marks Distribution

  • In Physics, 6 questions of 21 marks were from class XI and remaining 21 questions of 41 marks were from class XII.
  • In Chemistry, 8 questions of 27 marks were from class XI and 10 questions of 35 marks were from class XII.
  • In Mathematics, 10 questions of 34 marks were from class XI and remaining 8 questions of 28 marks were from class XII.

Paper 1 Class wise Marks Distribution 2016

Class Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Class XI 21 27 34
Class XII 41 35 28

Paper- 2 Analysis

Let’s see the type of questions and marks allotted for them

Questions Type No. of questions per subject Marks per Question Marks for Wrong Answer Marks per Subject Total Questions Total Marks for all Subjects
Single Correct Answer 6 3 -1 18 18 54
Multiple Correct Answer 8 4 -2 32 24 96
Single Digit Grid 4 3 0 12 12 36
Total 18     62 54 186

Difficulty Level

Paper 2 Difficulty Level 2016

Subjects Easy Medium Hard
Physics 6 32 24
Chemistry 26 27 9
Mathematics 22 23 17

Class wise Marks Distribution

  • In Physics, 7 questions of 24 marks were from class XI and remaining 11 questions of 38 marks were from class XII.
  • In Chemistry, 3 questions of 10 marks were from class XI and 15 questions of 52 marks were from class XII.
  • In Mathematics, 8 questions of 25 marks were from class XI and remaining 10 questions of 37 marks were from class XII.

Paper 2 Class wise Marks Distribution 2016

Class Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Class XI 24 10 25
Class XII 38 52 37

Syllabus

For IIT JEE Advanced, students have to study the same syllabus as JEE Mains. One of the best tips to prepare for JEE Advanced is to revise the syllabus in a significant manner.

Physics

Section A
Physics and Measurement Electrostatics
Kinematics Current Electricity
Laws of Motion Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Work, Energy and Power Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
Rotational Motion Electromagnetic Waves
Gravitation Optics
Properties of Solids and Liquids Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Thermodynamics Atoms and Nuclei
Kinetic Theory of Gases Electronic Devices
Oscillations and Waves Communication Systems
Section B
Experimental Skills  

Chemistry

Section: Physical Chemistry
Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Solutions
States of Matter Equilibrium
Atomic Structure Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure Chemical Kinetics
Chemical Thermodynamics Surface Chemistry
Section: Inorganic Chemistry
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties P block elements
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements d and f Block Elements
Hydrogen Co- ordination Compounds
s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) Environmental Chemistry
Section: Organic Chemistry
Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry Polymers
Hydrocarbons Biomolecules
Organic Compounds Containing Halogens Chemistry in Everyday Life
Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen Principles related to Practical Chemistry

Mathematics

Topics
Sets, Relations and Functions Integral Calculus
Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations Differential Equations
Matrices and Determinants Co- Ordinate Geometry
Permutations and Combinations Three Dimensional Geometry
Mathematical Induction Vector Algebra
Binomial Theorem and its Simple Applications Statistics and Probability
Sequences and Series Trigonometry
Limit, Continuity and Differentiability Mathematical Reasoning

 

Books for Preparation

 

Students who have qualified to write JEE Advanced should be careful in choosing the books for JEE Advanced preparation. They should refer couple of books so that they can understand the concepts well but referring multiple books will make them take more time for understanding the concepts than they have planned. Students should study from NCERT books as the basic concepts are explained well in those books and that will help students to make their foundation strong. There are several other books for JEE Advanced preparation that students can refer for getting an insight into the topics and also practice numerous problems.

Subjects Books
Physics Concepts of Physics (vol. I & II) by HC Verma
Objective questions on Physics by DC Pandey (Arihant Publications)
Problems in General Physics- I.E. Irodov
Concept of Competition Physics- Agarwals
Problems in Physics by AA Pinsky
Chemistry Physical Chemistry
Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
Numerical Chemistry by R.C. Mukherjee
General Chemistry by Ebbing
Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry by Paul Bruice
Organic Chemistry by Morrison Boyd
Organic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
Inorganic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. LEE
Inorganic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
Mathematics Objective Mathematics by RD Sharma
IIT Mathematics by ML Khanna
Complete Mathematics by Tata McGraw Hill
Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight
Trigonometry by S.L. Loney

Subject Wise Preparation Tips

JEE Advanced paper pattern is little different from that of JEE Mains paper and thus students have to prepare accordingly. Students should give equal importance to all the three subjects. They should refer the syllabus and paper pattern of the exam to understand and make a proper strategy for giving the exam. This will help them save time during the exam and attempt maximum answers. Let’s see some tips for each subject that will help students prepare in a significant manner.

Physics

If you are looking to get the basics right, you should definitely refer NCERT books along with other core books for Physics. The basics are very important in Physics as it is a conceptual subject. This will help you solve the complex problems in Physics. Once you finish studying a particular topic, make sure that you solve the problems of that particular topic on the same day. You can refer multiple books for solving the problems so that you can get used to the variety of problems.

Chemistry

For Chemistry, you can refer books that explain the subject in an easier way. This is because chemistry is a combination of theory, concepts and chemical equations and reactions. It requires you to understand the basic things and apply them in solving the problems and equations. You should make the habit of marking important points that will help you during the revision. You should also practice the chemical equations and problems on a regular basis to get a grip on the concepts.

Mathematics

Mathematics is totally a problem- solving subject and hence you should continuously practice the problems. Once you understand the concept, keep solving the problems. You can also plan and link multiple topics to have a better understanding of those topics. By solving the problems regularly, you can create your own shortcut methods that will help you save a lot of time during the exam.

These tips will help students prepare for JEE Advanced in a best possible way. It is a good idea to make a timetable so that you can give time to all the subjects. This will also allow you to allocate more time for weaker sections in a particular subject. By making a timetable and a proper strategy for preparation, you can finish the syllabus within the timeline and you will also have ample of time for revision.

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