Jee Advanced is a consequential exam if a candidate clears JEE Mains. The registrations for the same will be happening in the month of May. This exam is used to test students who wish to do Bachelors in Engineering or Technology. It even involves courses which have integrated Masters, and Dual Degrees. This the second stage and therefore the students who qualify JEE Mains are able to give it. It is conducted by 7 IITs. This time the conducting body is IIT Delhi. It is a 3 hour paper which is computer based and it is conducted in both Hindi and English languages. It is your ticket for admission into 23 IITs making it one of the most desiring exams to take and pass when it comes to aspiring engineering candidates. The official website is https://jeeadv.ac.in
Here is how to prepare:
Be thorough with the syllabus. You can find it here:https://cache.careers360.mobi/media/uploads/froala_editor/files/JEE-Advanced-2020-Syllabus-Physics.pdf https://cache.careers360.mobi/media/uploads/froala_editor/files/JEE-Advanced-2020-Syllabus-Chemistry.pdf https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-advanced-syllabus
For this go through the previous year question papers and mock tests and plan your time-table according to strengths and weaknesses in the various subjects. Make a combination of relaxation and preparation. Solve question papers to track your progress.https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-advanced-mock-test https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-advanced-question-papers
For mathematics, go the old-fashioned way. You can try shortcuts for certain things but practice, Practice and practice. Memorise tables, square roots, cube roots, conversion from percent to fraction, etc. Reducing time for this section is important.
Assess through your JEE Main score. Check where you lost marks and what were your strong points. Make a list where you can divide topics according to their strengths and weaknesses.
Devote maximum time to your studies.
Don't leave any topic.
If you have amazing scores in your Mains, you can go for books like Irodov.
Create a strategy to be able to write a 6 hour exam.
Try to understand the problem give in the exam well. Be sure of what the question means before answering.
Other than that, eat well and take care of your health. Know that you can ace it and if you have the right preparation, you surely will.
Hope this helps. All the best!
The registration process may start from May 2, 2020 which is tentative.There is no official notification released yet.So you have to wait until it is announced officially. The candidates who have qualified JEE main are eligible to appear for JEE advanced.The exam is on May 17, 2020.
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