JEE Advanced is the second stage of IIT JEE. Students are shortlisted for counseling by different IITs and ISM Dhanbad on the basis of their performance in this exam. When it comes to its preparations, it is better to start as early as possible. Before starting your preparations, you need to have a proper understanding of JEE Advanced Syllabus and accordingly devote more time on your weaker sections. Stay away from all distractions and utilize most of your time in studying and strengthening your weaker sections. In JEE Advanced syllabus the weightage given for each unit changes and many more topics are included in comparison to the mains syllabus.
Preparation of JEE Advanced is demanding and is listed among the toughest competitive exams at the undergraduate level. For cracking this exam the students are required to be more logistic, dedicated, and hardworking. JEE Advanced Syllabus 2018 is focused more on the applications of concepts, therefore, the aspirants need to set a time goal to complete the syllabus and keep pressing forward to prepare for this exam.
JEE Advanced Syllabus 2018 sets a baseline for all IIT aspirants to prepare what all is necessary. Before starting their preparations, students are advised to have a deep information on each and every topic included in JEE Advanced Syllabus 2018.
After going through the JEE Advanced Syllabus, analyze the structure of the exam through previous years question papers and formulate your study plans accordingly.
A Detailed Analysis of JEE Advanced Syllabus:
The Physics was moderate in terms of difficulty level and was easier in comparison to last year. There was a mixture of formula based and conceptual questions. In comparison to last year, Chemistry was quite difficult and had a combination of both calculations based and conceptual questions. Mathematics was moderately easy but several questions were based on strong conceptual knowledge.
The Physics section was quite difficult but in comparison to last year, it was relatively easier. Most of the questions were based on the strong conceptual basis. Chemistry was quite easy, especially when compared to the last year. The paper had both conceptual and formula-based questions. Mathematics was moderately difficult but it was easier in comparison to last year. Several questions were conceptual based and required the use of facts and formula.
From the overall analysis of JEE Advanced syllabus 2017, the Paper 2 was rated easier than Paper 1. Stay tuned with Byju’s to know more about JEE Advanced 2018 Eligibility, Application form, Important books and more.