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Is JEE Advanced syllabus different?
No, JEE Advanced preparation is not much different from JEE Main. You have to study the same concepts and topics. The difference only comes when you solve mock tests and previous years papers of JEE Main and JEE Advanced as both the exams have slightly different exam patterns.
Which syllabus is best for JEE Advanced?
JEE Main and JEE Advanced exams are more or less based on NCERT syllabus.
Which chapters are not in JEE Advanced syllabus?
Topics such as Oscillations and Waves, Electromagnetic Waves, Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation, Electronic Devices, Communication Systems, and Experimental Skills are exclusive to JEE Mains and not JEE Advanced. Topics like Mechanics are exclusive to JEE Advanced but not JEE Mains.
Is JEE Advanced syllabus same every year?
There are changes in JEE Advanced 2023 syllabus when compared to the 2022 syllabus.
Does IIT syllabus change every year?
The engineering syllabus is reviewed every five years in the IITs and the curriculum undergoes an overhaul every 10 years. Thus, the JEE Advanced syllabus would need to be changed as well to meet industry demands of the future.
Which IIT makes toughest paper?
There is no particular IIT or any other conducting body that sets the toughest paper. The GATE exam has its own level, and every conducting body has to maintain that level while making papers for the candidates.
Which is the toughest subject in JEE Advanced?
Maths is the most difficult section to score in the second and third papers of JEE Main. Aptitude test, which is the most scoring subject in JEE Main for B. Arch and B.
Are 7 months enough for JEE Advanced?
Although most students usually take one or two years to prepare for JEE Main and Advanced, you can also ace these exams with a tight study routine of 6 months. All it requires is hard work and dedication.
Is 100% syllabus required for JEE Advanced?
If you want to score good marks in JEE-Advance and secure good merit then you should try to cover most of the syllabus for JEE-Advance and at least you should be good with almost 80-90% of the syllabus leaving 10% very hard topics aside.
Is class 11 and 12 syllabus enough for JEE Advanced?
Both class 11 and 12 are equally important if you want to score a good rank in JEE. Though class 12 syllabus has a slightly higher weightage in JEE, you really can’t expect to understand those topics without the prior knowledge of class 11. 11th grade is the basics and what you study in 12th builds on it.