JEE ADVANCE 2018


JEE-Advance is an engineering exam which has been conducted by Indian Institute of technology each year. Students who wish to take admission in IITs are now allowed to sit in JEE-Advanced Exam.
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JEE-Advanced

JEE-Advanced is the second phase of JEE exam, which is conducted by IIT, s each year on the rotation basis. The IIT Joint Admission Board announced that the exam of JEE-Advanced will be conducted online from the year of 2018.The syllabus of JEE-Advanced is prepared according to the (NCERT) National Council of Education Research and Training. JEE-Advanced is the toughest exam of engineering. Plenty of engineering colleges give admission on the basis of rank wise. The student who clear the JEE-Main exam only they are allowed to sit for the JEE-Advanced exam.

Syllabus of JEE-Advanced


  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics

Exam pattern of JEE-Advanced


The paper pattern of JEE-Advanced is very different from JEE-Main. In JEE-Main, there are multiple choice questions answers, whereas in JEE-Advanced exam only 3 type of questions asked which are:

  • Numerical answer type
  • Multiple-choice questions
  • Match the following

Important dates of JEE-Advanced


  • The online registration of this paper starts from 2nd of May 2018.
  • The online registration will be closed on 7th of May 2018.
  • The date of availability of Admit card is 14th to 20th May 2018.
  • The paper 1 and 2 of JEE-Advanced conduct on 20th of May 2018.
  • The result declaration date is 10th June 2018.

JEE-Advanced 2017 exam pattern


There was two basic paper of JEE-Advanced in 2017 (Paper 1 and paper 2). Both of them were conducted on the same date one in morning session and second in evening. The time duration of both papers was 3 hours. The question, which was asked in 2017 JEE-Advanced paper, were related to the comprehension, analytic and reasoning abilities. This paper had three major subjects:
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics

JEE-Advanced exam pattern of paper 1


Paper 1 was divided into three parts and each part had three sections:
Sections Maximum marks
Section 1 21 Marks
Section 2 28 Marks
Section 3 11 Marks
Total Marks (Part 1) 61 Marks

JEE-Advanced exam pattern of paper 2


Paper 2 was divided into three parts and each part had three sections:
Sections Maximum marks
Section 1 21 Marks
Section 2 28 Marks
Section 3 11 Marks
Total Marks (Part 1) 61 Marks

Marking scheme of JEE-Advanced paper 1


Subject Section 1 Section 2 Section 3
Correct answer +4 +3 3
Incorrect answer -2 0 -1
No attempted 0 0 0

Marking scheme of JEE-Advanced paper 2


Subject Section 1 Section 2 Section 3
Correct answer +4 +4 +3
Incorrect answer -1 -2 0
No attempted 0 0 0