Joint Entrance Examination – Advanced

Overview

Overview of the Exam

Joint Entrance Examination – Advanced (JEE Advanced), formerly known as Indian Institutes of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE), is the second phase of the JEE examination conducted annually by one of the seven IITs on a rotational basis. It is a computer-based test which acts as a gateway for engineering aspirants who wish to land a much-coveted seat in prestigious engineering institutes like the IIT. On qualifying in the JEE Adanced, candidate is eligible to pursue various undergraduate courses, masters or dual degree programs at one of the 23 IITs and other top institutes. The test consists of Paper I & Paper II - both mandatory in order to appear on the merit list.

Mode of Exam

2

Exam Frequency

1

Languages

English and Hindi

Validity of Exam Result

Affiliated Institutes

All 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)

Exam Preperation

Age Limit

Candidate should be less than 25 years of age (born on or after 01 October 1995) Relaxation of 5 years for SC, ST, and PwD candidates.

Minimum Qualification Needed

Candidate should be among the top 2,50,000 successful candidates in JEE Main 2020 (Paper I) Cleared 12th Standard Board exams from a recognised board of education and passed in all 5 Subjects.

Subject Requirements and minimum percentage

Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

Other eligibility criteria

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Special provisions for reserved seats

Candidate is allowed a maximum of two attempts in two consecutive years Candidates should not have accepted admission in any of the IIT earlier

Exam Pattern

Fees

Registration Fee for Examination Centres in India: Indian Nationals: Female Candidates (all categories) - INR 1400 SC, ST, PwD Candidates - INR 1400 All Other Candidates - INR 2800 Foreign Nationals: Candidates from SAARC countries - USD 75 Candidates from Non-SAARC countries - USD 150 Registration Fee for Examination Centres in Foreign countries All Indian Nationals - USD 75 Foreign Nationals: Candidates from SAARC countries - USD 75 Candidates from Non-SAARC countries - USD 150 (SAARC countries include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka)

Format Objective

Objective- MCQs, Numerical based questions &

Domains tested (syllabus)

    Equal weightage given to all 3 domains (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)

Weightage given to each domain

Subjects & Marks

Question

    Paper I - 54 Questions Physics - 18 questions Section 1 (MCQ) - 6 Questions Section 2 (Numerical based) - 8 Questions Section 3 (Paragraph based MCQ) - 4 Questions Chemistry - 18 questions Section 1 (MCQ) - 6 Questions Section 2 (Numerical based) - 8 Questions Section 3 (Paragraph based MCQ) - 4 Questions Mathematics - 18 questions Section 1 (MCQ) - 6 Questions Section 2 (Numerical based) - 8 Questions Section 3 (Paragraph based MCQ) - 4 Questions Paper II (Same as Paper I) - 54 Questions

Important Dates

Announcement of the exam

07 July 2020

Application Timeline

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Provision of Admit Cards

To Be Declared (Postponed due to COVID-19)

Date of Exam

27 September 2020 (Rescheduled due to COVID-19) Paper I - 9:00 to 12:00 IST Paper II - 14:30 to 17:30 IST

Adminssion Date

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