JEE Advanced : Refer past years paper

IIT JEE Advanced is the toughest exam that one faces right after 12th. To be able to get admission in one of the prestigious IITs ones needs to prepare, plan and practice. To be able to clear the IIT JEE Advanced, not only should you be crystal clear with your concepts but should also be able to solve the questions in the minimum possible time.

Getting stuck in 1 or 2 questions also can cost you with a deviation of 100 ranks. Such is the difficulty level of the IIT JEE Advanced exam!

So the question is, how should you prepare so that you can score well in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of IIT JEE?

“Practice makes man perfect.”

One way is first gaining ample understanding of concepts and then solving as many mock papers as possible while also recording the average time spent on each numerical. IIT JEE Advanced is taken in 2 compartments of 3 hrs each which means the candidates are supposed to focus 6 hours of undivided attention towards problem-solving

and critical thinking. No matter how well you may have studied, it will all boil down to how well you perform in those 6 hours. The kind of concentration and speed of solving questions that you require can only be developed by constant practice of past year papers of IIT JEE.

Past year papers are just like model papers, though same questions will rarely be repeated you’ll notice the sharp trend of twist and turns that almost remain the same. Also, the kind of application of basic concepts that the IIT JEE Advanced tends to question has a particular approach that one must follow.

 These things may seem small and unnecessary at the beginning of your preparation but hold high value may prove to be the pivotal turning point in your preparation for IIT JEE Advanced.

(Note: Always try to follow the shortest possible method to solve any numerical even when you refer the solutions make sure you stick to methods that suit you best)

IITJEE Advanced – Previous Years Papers 1

IITJEE Advanced – Previous Years Papers 2


Practise This Question

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