JEE Advanced which is the second phase after JEE Main exam is an important test for engineering aspirants. This entrance exam is a computer-based exam and is usually conducted by seven different Indian IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) on a rotational basis. The online exam consists of two sessions each for Paper 1 and 2 that is carried out in two stages on the same day. It is mandatory for all the students to appear for both the papers in order to be eligible for the merit list. Candidates have to perform well in the exam as they are granted admissions to various undergraduate courses as well as masters and dual degree programs offered by IITs based on marks scored or ranks in IIT JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced 2019 will be conducted by IIT Roorkee and it will be a computer-based online test comprising of two papers (Paper 1 and Paper 2). The registrations for 2019 JEE Advanced is opening on May 3 and will go on till May 9. As per the prescribed guidelines around 2,45,000 candidates who have qualified in JEE Main 2019 will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced. In addition, JEE Advanced admit cards will be available from May third week. The exam will be held in the last week and the official result will be declared in the second week of June. The allotment of seats will be done through JoSAA counselling. To know about the specific dates, application forms and process, examination, result and more scroll down below.
⇒Latest Updates On JEE Advanced 2019 Exam
⇒How to Check JEE Advanced Results?
⇒Details Mentioned over JEE Advanced Result 2019
⇒How the Results are Calculated?
For rank allocation, the candidates have to appear for both Paper 1 and paper 2 of JEE Advanced. The marks obtained in JEE Advanced are calculated using the following formula:
Scores obtained = Aggregate Marks in (Physics + Chemistry + Mathematics)
Minimum Percentage for Inclusion in the Rank List
⇒ JEE Advanced 2019 Answer Key Released – Check Your Answers And Raise Objections
IIT Roorkee the exam conducting body for JEE Advanced 2019 has just released the official answer keys for the entrance exam. Candidates who appeared for the exam can now visit the official website jeeadv.ac.in and download the JEE Advanced answer keys. They can check the correct answers and analyse whether they match the answers they have opted for in the main exam.
In addition, the exam authority is also providing an opportunity to raise objections. The can visit cportal.jeeadv.ac.in for their queries. This window will remain open until tomorrow evening (5 pm) against the answer key. The queries will be scrutinized by a panel who will take the final call. However, such candidates will have to pay a sum of Rs 1,000 as a processing fee for this process which is refundable if the objection stands valid. The payment can be done via Debit/Credit Card/ Net Banking.
Steps for downloading the JEE Advanced Answer Key
⇒ JEE Advanced 2019 Admit Card Released – How To Download
The Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee which is the exam conducting body for JEE Advanced 2019 has released the admit card for registered candidates on the official website, jeeadv.ac.in. The JEE Advanced admit card is now available for download.
JEE Advanced Admit Card – How to download
Step 1: Go to the official website, jeeadv.ac.in
You can then download the admit card and take a print out as well. It is to be noted that candidates have to carry this admit to the exam hall. If they fail to present it they will not be allowed to enter the hall and write the exam.
The JEE Advanced will be conducted on May 27 (Monday), 2019. The exam is conducted for offering admissions to undergraduate courses to IITs.
⇒ JEE Advanced 2019 – Total Number Of Registered Candidates Announced
The exam conducting body for JEE Advanced 2019 opened room for 2.45 lakh eligible candidates to register for the exam. This year only 1.73 lakh candidates have successfully registered for the exam. The last date to register was on 9th May 2019. However, this figure does not include aspirants from Odisha. The last date for online registration for candidates belonging to the state was extended to 14th May 2019 due to disruptions caused by cyclone ‘Fani’.
Compared to previous years, the total number of candidates that are now appearing for the entrance test has increased by 8,000.
While there is no huge or significant increment in the number, IIT Roorkee will conduct the exam on May 27th, 2019 in a computer-based test mode.
⇒ JEE Advanced Registration For 2019 Exam Begins For Indian Candidates
Candidates who are planning to appear for JEE Advanced 2019 can now register online as the process has been initiated by IIT Roorkee on Friday, May 3. Candidates can visit the official website jeeadv.ac.in and as per the notification that is given in the official website, the online registration has started at 10 am on May 03 and it will close on 9th May at 5 pm. All the qualifiers of JEE Mains 2019 should also apply for the next phase of JEE exams.
As for the final exam, IIT-JEE 2019 Advanced Examination is going to be held on 27th May and it will be conducted in two phases: Paper I and Paper II.
⇒ JEE Advanced Registration For 2019 Exam Begins For Foreign Candidates
The examination authority of JEE Advanced 2019, IIT Roorkee, has started the online registration process for the foreign students on its official website, jeeadv.nic.in.
To Apply for JEE Advanced
Table Of Contents
- Important Dates
- Eligibility Criteria
- Application Form
- Exam Pattern
- Admit Card
- Marks vs Rank
- Mock Test
- Preparation Tips
JEE Advanced Facts
- It is the only gateway for students aspiring for studying in premier engineering institutes like IITs.
- It includes 23 IITs offering around 10,988 seats to the eligible candidates.
- Apart from IIT colleges, nine other premier institutes offer admissions based on JEE Advanced score, namely, IISC Bangalore, IISER Bhopal, IISER Kolkata, IISER Mohali, IISER Thiruvananthapuram, IISER Pune, IIST Thiruvananthapuram, RGIPT Rae Bareli, and IIPE Visakhapatnam.
- The seven IITs that are in charge of conducting JEE Advanced are IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras, IIT Roorkee, IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IIT Guwahati.
JEE Advanced Chemistry Analysis
JEE Advanced Maths Analysis
JEE Advanced Statistics
|Examination Year||Eligible Candidates||Registered
|2018||2.24 Lakh||1.6 Lakh||1.57 Lakh||31,988|
|2017||2.20 Lakh||1.72 Lakh||1.59 Lakh||50,455|
|2016||2 Lakh||1.55 Lakh||1.47 Lakh||36,566|
Overview Of JEE Advanced
|Exam Name||JEE Advanced|
|Exam Conducting Authority||Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IITR)|
|Exam Purpose||Admission to BE or BTech courses|
|Participating Institutes||23 IIT and 9 Primer Institutes|
|Total Seats offered||10,988 (Approx.)|
|Exam Mode||Computer Based Online Test|
|Subjects Covered||Maths, Physics and Chemistry|
|Test Duration||3 Hours (Paper 1 and 2 Each)|
|JEE Advanced Total Marks||360 Marks|
|Type of Questions||Matching, Numerical or Multiple choice objective type|
|Total Eligible Candidates||Top 2,24,000 candidates from JEE Mains|
JEE Advanced Important Dates
IIT JEE Advanced dates are normally announced well before the final exams by the conducting authority. IIT Roorkee has already announced the dates for 2019 and candidates should know them to develop a suitable preparation strategy. Proper time management is a deciding factor in a highly competitive exam like IIT JEE. Therefore, the students are advised to sort out all their uncertainties and channelise their efforts to secure a meritorious position in the exam. Given below is the list of important dates for JEE Advanced events. Check them out below.
JEE Advanced Dates
|Events||JEE Advanced Dates|
|Availability of Mock Test Papers||December 3rd week 2018|
|Availability of Online Application form||May 3rd, 2019|
|Last date to submit Online Application form||May 9th, 2019|
|Availability of Admit card||May 20 – 26th, 2019|
|JEE Advanced Exam Date||
May 27, 2019
Session 1: 9 am to 12 pm
|Display of Scanned Responses||May 29 – June 1st, 2019|
|Display of Answer keys||June 4th, 2019|
|Result Declaration||June 14, 2019|
|Availability of Online Application form (AAT 2019)||June 14-15th, 2019|
|AAT 2019||June 17th, 2019|
|AAT Result Declaration||June 21st, 2019|
|Seat Allotment||July 2019|
Eligibility Criteria for JEE Advanced
The students aspiring for IIT JEE Advanced are required to meet certain eligibility criteria established by the conducting authority. The candidates who do not fulfil all the eligibility criteria are not eligible to appear for the exam. Therefore, the candidates are advised to read the eligibility criteria for JEE Advanced carefully before submitting the application form to avoid any discrepancy in future.
JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria For 2019
- The applicant should have born on or after 1st of October 1994. For the reserved category, the age has been relaxed to 1st of October 1989.
- The candidates are allowed to attempt the exam twice in 2 consecutive years.
- The applicants must have cleared their class 12th board exams or equivalent exam in 2018. The candidates appearing for board exams in 2019 are also eligible to apply.
- The candidates have to rank among the top 2,24,000 students in JEE Mains. The Category-wise distribution of top 2.24 lakh students is explained below.
|Category||Number of Selected Candidates||Total Candidates|
|General||1,07,464 Candidates||1,13,120 Candidates|
|General PwD||5,656 Candidates|
|OBC Non-Creamy Layer||57,456 Candidates||60,480 Candidates|
|OBC Non-Creamy Layer PwD||3,024 Candidates|
|Scheduled Caste||31,920 Candidates||33,600 Candidates|
|Scheduled Caste PwD||1680 Candidates|
|Scheduled Tribe||15,960 Candidates||16,800 Candidates|
|Scheduled Tribe PwD||840 Candidates|
The candidate is not eligible for JEE Advanced if,
- Their admission got rejected in the past.
- Was previously admitted to any of the existing IITs.
- Accepted an IIT seat in the past by reporting at the reporting centre.
JEE Advanced Application Form
Soon after the declaration of JEE Main results, the conducting authority for JEE Advanced exam will release the application form and other items. For 2019, IIT Roorkee has announced that the application forms will be available from May 3rd onwards. The last day to submit the form is mentioned as 9th May and the application fees have to be paid within 10th May. The top 2.24 Lakh candidates from JEE Mains will be eligible for IIT JEE Advanced exam.
We have laid out the steps that can be followed by the students for successful submission of JEE Advanced application form.
Step 1: Log in to JEE Advanced official website using JEE Main 2019 date of birth and roll number.
Step 2: After the creation of new password the applicants will be redirected to the application form page where the details like Personal, Academic, Educational, JEE Mains Application number, Exam Centre, etc are to be submitted by the candidates.
Step 3: The scanned copy of the below-mentioned documents are to be submitted by the applicants:
- Class 10th and 12th Mark sheets
- Photographs of the applicant
- Left-hand thumb impression
- Candidate’s Signature.
- Caste certificates for Reserved category candidates
Specification for Scanned Documents
- Photograph Size – 10 KB to 100 KB
- Signature and Thumb impression Size – 5 KB to 30 KB
- Certificate Proof Size – 50 KB to 300 KB
Step 4: Next, the applicants have to pay the exam fee through net banking, debit card, credit card or through bank challan of SBI.
Step 5: Verify all your details carefully and submit the application form. The candidates are advised to keep the printout of the confirmation page and the fee receipts for future references.
JEE Advanced Registration Fee
|Indian Nationals||Female Candidates||1300 Rs|
|Reserved Category Candidates||1300 Rs|
|General Category Candidates||2600 Rs|
|Foreign Nationals||SAARC country Candidates||160 USD|
|Non-SAARC country Candidate||300 USD|
IIT JEE Advanced Exam Pattern
The exam is a computer-based online test and is conducted in two sessions. There are two papers Paper 1 and Paper 2 which contains three sections each. All sections have an equal distribution of questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Maths subjects. However, the examination pattern of JEE Advanced is different from JEE Mains exam where apart from single correct multiple-choice questions other different types of questions are asked. The questions asked in IIT JEE exams are based on the concepts discussed in class 11 and 12 Maths, Physics and Chemistry syllabus. The exam pattern of JEE Advanced is an upgraded version where questions are generally a combination of different concepts and it might sometimes appear intimidating and complicated to students.
Types Of Questions Asked In JEE Advanced
- Section 1 comprises of multiple correct option type questions
- Section 2 comprises of Numerical Value type questions
- Section 3 comprises of Single Correct multiple choice questions (Paper 1) and Matching list type questions (Paper 2)
The exam duration for each paper is 3 hours, the total marks allocated is 360 marks and it is conducted in English and Hindi. Also, it’s mandatory for students to attempt both the papers. Knowing the examination pattern is crucial for candidates as it reveals the structure of the question paper like the types of questions asked and its marking scheme. However, the most prominent feature of JEE Advanced is its unpredictable paper pattern. Practising more and more problems on concepts where students face difficulty is one of the best ways to tackle IIT JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced Paper 1
- Section 1 – 6 multiple correct option type questions carrying 4 marks each
- Section 2 – 8 Numerical Value type questions carrying 3 Marks each
- Section 3 – 4 Single Correct multiple choice questions carrying 3 marks each
JEE Advanced Paper 2
- Section 1 – 6 multiple correct option type questions carrying 4 marks each
- Section 2 – 8 Numerical Value type questions carrying 3 Marks each
- Section 3 – 4 Matching list type questions carrying 3 marks each
Marking Scheme of IIT JEE Advanced
Marking scheme for questions with one or more correct options
- +4 if all the marked responses are correct
- +3, +2, +1 for partially correct answers, provided any incorrect option is not marked
- -2 for Incorrect Answer
- No Negative marking for questions left unattempted
Marking scheme for questions with for Numerical Value type answers
- +3 for Correct Answer
- No Negative marking for incorrect answers or questions left unattempted
Marking scheme for Matching list type and single correct option questions
- +3 for Correct Answer
- -1 for Incorrect Answer
- No Negative marking for questions left unattempted
JEE Advanced Exam Syllabus
The syllabus of JEE Advanced is declared by the examination authority. As per the official notification, JEE Advanced 2019 syllabus remains the same as that of the previous year. It includes a list of chapters from Physics, Chemistry and Maths taught in class 12th and 11th syllabus from where the questions are likely to be expected in the examination. The syllabus is mapped according to the NCERT curriculum and is almost similar to the Mains Syllabus with a slight difference in the weightage of different topics. Going through the syllabus will help the IIT aspirants to plan and schedule their preparation strategy.
|Dimensional Analysis||Gravitation||Laws of motion||Capacitance|
|Electric current||Magnetic Fields||Electromagnetic Induction||Kinematics|
|Inertia||Fluid Pressure||Waves||Thermal Physics|
|Systems of particles||Harmonic motions||Electric Fields||Momentum|
Physical Chemistry Syllabus
|Chemical Equilibrium||Nuclear Chemistry||Solid State||Atomic Structure|
|Chemical Bonding||Gaseous State||Chemical Kinetics||Liquid State|
Inorganic Chemistry Syllabus
|Ores-Minerals||Qualitative Analysis||Properties of Non-metals||Extractive Metallurgy|
|Preparation of Compounds||Preparation of Non-metals||Properties of Compounds||Transition Elements|
Organic Chemistry Syllabus
|Amino acids||Alkynes||Practical Organic Chemistry||Alkenes|
|Ethers||Carboxylic acids||Reactions of Benzene||Alkyl halides|
|Quadratic Equations||Logarithms||Binomial Theorem||Complex Numbers|
|Matrices||Sequence and Series||Trigonometry||Probability|
|Coordinate Geometry||Inverse Trigonometry||Differential Equations||Vectors|
Candidates and students can check the subject-wise syllabus of JEE Advanced for 2019 from the links given below:
The questions in JEE Advanced are focussed more on testing conceptual clarity and application-based knowledge, therefore, practice mixed variations of problems from multiple reference books. To crack this exam, focus equally on all three subjects. The exam is highly uncertain and questions can be expected from anywhere, therefore, examine your strengths and prepare a suitable study plan based on the topics included in the syllabus.
Best Books For JEE Advanced
|IIT Mathematics by M.L Khanna||NCERT class XI and XII books||NCERT class XI and XII Textbooks|
|Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight||Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee||JEE Physics by DC Pandey|
|Tata McGraw Hill||Numerical Chemistry by P. Bahadur||HC Verma Part I and II|
|Differential Calculus by A Das Gupta||Physical Chemistry by Wiley||Problems in Physics by S.S Krotov|
|RD Sharma Class 11 and 12||Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd||Physics by Resnick and Halliday|
|Trigonometry by S.L Loney||Inorganic Chemistry by OP Tandon||Physics by IE Irodov|
The students are suggested to choose the best books for IIT JEE preparations and stick with them throughout the preparations. Avoid referring multiple books for similar topics as it leads to the confusion of concepts. Analyze your strengths and weaknesses and make an appropriate study plan so that your preparation time can be evenly divided and the entire syllabus can be completed well in time.
JEE Advanced Admit Card
The candidates whose application forms are successfully accepted by the examination authorities will be eligible to download the admit card tentatively in the 2nd week of May 2019. It’s mandatory for students to present the admit card in the examination hall.
How to download JEE Advanced Admit Card?
- Open JEE Advanced official website (jeeadv.ac.in).
- Login using registration number, email id, mobile number and date of birth.
- Click the Submit Button.
A new window will open displaying your admit card on the computer screen. The students are advised to check their admit card thoroughly to avoid any discrepancy. At last, download and take a print out for future references.
JEE Advanced Results
The results are declared by the examination authority who is in charge of the exam for that particular year. In 2019, IIT Roorkee will declare the results of IIT JEE Advanced exam tentatively in the 2nd week of June 2019. The results will be published online on the official website comprising of subject wise marks and total marks secured, All India Rank (AIR) and Category Ranks.
How to download JEE Advanced Results?
- Log in to the official website using registration number, email address, mobile number, and date of birth
- Click the Submit Button.
The result will then be displayed on the screen.
JEE Advanced Counselling
Candidates have to note that IIT Roorkee is not the authority that will conduct the counselling and allotment of seats for JEE Advanced 2019. Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) is in charge of conducting the rest of the activities. Candidates who qualify JEE Advanced will have to first register with JoSAA. Then only they will be able to participate in the counselling process where candidates have to choose their preferred IITs and courses. Seat allotment is done on the ranks that candidates secure and their preference along with the availability of seats. The application form of JoSAA 2019 should be released in June.
JEE Advanced Cutoff Marks
The cutoff marks for 2019 exam will be declared along with the declaration of results. JEE Advanced cutoff marks are the minimum marks required by the candidates for being eligible in the counselling process conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). The students are shortlisted for admissions at IITs based on the cutoff marks and ranks secured in the examination.
What factors determine the cutoff marks for JEE Advanced?
- Total candidates eligible for JEE Advanced
- Seat Availability in different IITs
- The difficulty level of Exam
- Total candidates appeared
- Last year’s cutoff trends
- The overall performance of appearing candidates
JEE Advanced Qualifying Marks
We have provided category-wise qualifying marks for each subject and overall aggregate for the exam conducted in the year 2018, 2017, and 2016. The qualifying marks are the minimum marks that the IIT aspirants are required to score in JEE Advanced for admissions in IITs.
|Category||Minimum Marks in Each Subject||Overall Least Aggregate Marks|
|Common rank list||12||12||13||90||126||75|
|OBC PwD NCL||6||6||07||45||64||38|
|Scheduled Caste PwD||6||6||07||45||64||38|
|Scheduled Tribe PwD||6||6||07||45||64||38|
JEE Advanced Marks vs Rank
Based on previous years results analysis we have provided an approximate range of JEE Advanced Marks vs Rank. Soon after the exam, the answer keys are released by the examination authority. The candidates after calculating their marks can refer to JEE Advanced Marks vs Rank Analysis to calculate their expected rank range based on the marks secured out of 360.
|Marks Range out of 360||Expected ranks (Approx)|
|335 Marks to 308 Marks||10 to 50|
|285 Marks to 279 Marks||100 to 200|
|230 Marks to 224 Marks||700 to 800|
|212 Marks to 209 Marks||1100 to 1200|
|200 Marks to 197 Marks||1500 to 1600|
|191 Marks to 189 Marks||1900 to 2000|
|177 Marks to 175 Marks||2700 to 2800|
|172 Marks to 170 Marks||3100 to 3200|
|163 Marks to 162 Marks||3900 to 4000|
|155 Marks to 154 Marks||4700 to 4800|
JEE Advanced Mock Test
The mock test paper for 2019 exam will be released by the examination authority tentatively in the last week of December 2018. The students are advised to practice these test papers sincerely to get acquainted with the computer-based online exam pattern. The mock test will be of 180 minutes where the candidates will use computers to navigate between the sections and submit their answers. It is one of the best ways to prepare for highly competitive exams like JEE Advanced. Apart from the mock test, sample papers and previous year’s question papers are extremely helpful in understanding the marking scheme, types of questions asked, the difficulty level of exam, time distribution, etc.
How To Prepare Effectively For JEE Advanced?
JEE Advanced preparation demands a well-structured strategy with analytical, time management, and exam taking skills. Therefore, students aspiring to strengthen their engineering career with eminent professors and Nobel laureates from India’s best engineering colleges are advised to plan their preparations and put efforts from the very beginning itself.
In any case, the preparation is quite challenging and it is mainly due to the uncertain paper pattern and the level of competition. To crack JEE Advanced, students should, therefore, prepare all the concepts included in the syllabus. A doubt can weaken your foundational base, hence, get all your doubts cleared on a regular basis. Also, all your preparations are incomplete without proper revisions. Lack of revision is the biggest mistake committed by the IIT aspirants. Given below are few tips recommended by our experts to boost your JEE Advanced preparations in a significant manner.
Preparation tips for Physics: Physics is purely a conceptual subject. Hence, you need to get your basics strong to score well in this section. For better results, start your preparations from NCERT textbooks followed by reference from other core books. Mostly the questions are framed by the combination of two or more concepts. Therefore, memorize all the important physics formulas for JEE covered in the syllabus and have a strong conceptual base to answer the complex physics problems asked in the exam quite easily.
Preparation tips for Maths: This section asses the problem-solving and analytical skills of students. To excel in this subject the students are required to have a regular and rigorous practice of problems. It’s merely impossible to excel in maths by just screening and memorising. Focus more on chapters like vectors, 3D geometry, derivatives, trigonometry, quadratic equations, sequence-series, logarithms, etc. Try to interlink different concepts and create your own shortcut methods to have a better understanding of concepts.
Preparation tips for Chemistry: NCERT textbooks are one of the best books for chemistry preparation. All the chapters covered in the syllabus are explained in the simplest possible ways. Chemistry is more about theoretical concepts, chemical reactions, and equations. Therefore, instead of memorizing the concepts, focus more on understanding the mechanism behind them. Have a strong grip on the periodic table, name reactions, mechanisms, synthesis and chemical compositions as well.
Benefits Of Studying In IITs
IIT colleges are not only about their students excelling in the field of research and engineering. IITians are also known for their tremendous achievements and technical skills. Given below are few benefits cracking JEE Advanced and pursuing undergraduate courses in IIT Colleges.
- They provide the best resources and possibilities for students to show their talent. It helps to enhance your skills and achieve excellence with outstanding Alumni and Mentors support.
- You will get an opportunity to study with brilliant minds sharing valuable experience and knowledge among themselves.
- IIT institutes fulfil the student’s aspirations of learning from India’s best professors for research and teaching work.
- The professors in these institutes are excellent researchers providing a lot of opportunity and assistance for young minds to excel in their desired fields.
Initially the exam was conducted in the offline mode, however, IIT Joint Admission Board scrapped the offline exam and introduced JEE Advanced online exam form 2018 onwards. In 2018, the exam was conducted by IIT Kanpur on the 20th of May in the computer-based online test from 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm.
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FAQS - JEE Advanced
How is the 20 percentile calculated for the Qualifying Exam?
The percentiles are calculated by taking the aggregate marks of all the subjects of the Qualifying Exam. Institutions will provide cutoff marks for top 20 percentiles of various categories and the information will be published on the IIT websites.
How many attempts does a candidate have to crack IIT JEE?
A candidate can write IIT JEE for a maximum of two times in two consecutive years. Go through the eligibility criteria of each year thoroughly.
Do candidates pay application fees for both JEE Main and JEE Advanced together or separately?
The application fee for JEE Advanced has to be paid separately. It is paid by candidates who are interested or are appearing for the exam.
Is there any way to confirm the registration status for the exam?
The registration status of candidates can be confirmed through the official website. The status is updated within 72 hours of payment of fees. Candidates should immediately contact the admission authorities if they do not see.