JEE Advanced 2016 is the second stage of Joint Entrance Examination for admission in undergraduate and dual degree courses at IIT’s and ISM Dhanbad. Students who qualify JEE main 2016 will be eligible to appear JEE Advanced 2016. Here we will provide you information for JEE Advanced 2016 including admit card, results, syllabus, exam pattern e.t.c.
Exam Name: Joint Entrance Exam Advanced
Common Name: JEE Advanced
Type: Entrance Exam for IIT’s
Level: Undergraduate/Dual Degree
JEE Advanced Syllabus
In this exam syllabus is almost similar to that of CBSE class 11th and 12th exam and for other boards the topics are almost similar with minor alteration.
Physical Chemistry Syllabus
- General topics
- Gaseous and liquid states
- Atomic structure and chemical bonding
- Chemical equilibrium
- Electro Chemistry
- Chemical Kinetics
- Solid State
- Surface chemistry
- Nuclear chemistry
- Preparations and properties of important compounds
- Transition Elements
- Ore and Minerals
- Extractive Metallurgy
- Principles of Qualitative Analysis
Organic Chemistry Syllabus
- Basic Concepts
- Preparations, properties and Reactions of Alkane.
- Preparations, Properties and Reactions of Alkene and Alkyne.
- Reactions of Benzene.
- Important Characteristic reactions
- Amino Acids and Peptides
- Properties and Uses of some important polymers
- Practical organic Chemistry.
- General Practical Physics
- Mechanics(Kinematics,Laws of motion,Work Energy and Power, System of particles and Rotational Motion, Gravitation, SHM)
- Fluid Mechanics
- Wave Motion with sound and light waves.
- Heat and Thermodynamics
- Current Electricity
- Electromagnetic Induction and AC
- Modern Physics
- Co-ordinate geometry
- Differential calculus
- Integral calculus
- 3D and Vectors
There are plenty of study materials available in the market so it is very difficult to choose among. Sometime choosing books or writer is confusing, so we have provided some suggestions which are given bellow-
Suggested books for Physics
- H C Verma – concepts of physics
- I. E. Irodov–problems in general physics
- Halliday , Resnick and walker – fundamentals of physics
- S S Krotov – aptitude test problems in physics
- Nelkon and Perker – advance physics
- L. loney – dynamics of a particle and of rigid bodies
- Zubov and V.Shalnov – problem in physics
Suggested books for Maths
- L Loney – plane trigonometry part 1
- D Sharma – math 11and12
- Hall knight – higher algebra
- Arihant prakashan – algebra
- Shanti Narayan – vector
- Tata McGraw Hill – mathematics
- Krechmar – math
Suggested books for Chemistry
- NCERT – chemistry 11 and 12
- P. Bahadur- Physical chemistry
- Morrison and Boyd – organic chemistry
- J.D. Lee – inorganic chemistry
- O. P. Tandon – Physical chemistry
- R. C. Mukharjee – numerical chemistry
- Bruce H. Mahan – university chemistry
- O. P. Tandon – organic chemistry
- D. March – organic chemistry
- O. P. Tendon – inorganic chemistry
Study plan –
At first it is mandatory to have a clear understanding the concepts of the topics before practicing MCQs. First step is to read the theories properly and make some important notes for future reference. Practice makes one perfect so practice as much as possible. Study only those topics which are relevant to the exam with great obedience. While practicing highlight the important questions for preparation of the exam. For getting success in this exam you need to prepare well in advance and hard work is required for JEE Advance exam.
Tips for Preparations
- Have a study plan and stick to it.
- Attempt those questions which you are confident of at the very beginning and then try rest questions.
- Refer to NCERT books for guide.
- Read thoroughly the class 11 and 12 books for the test.
- More than Practice several scanners.
- Attempt to discover your most suitable time for study.
- Aim to evade late night studies.
- Take a nap for at least 6-8 hours.
Eligibility criteria –
The students after passing or appeared in 10+2 exams from science stream can appear in the JEE Advance exam. This exam can be given by any student of any recognized board in India as well as foreign that will consider being equivalent to passing of 10+2 exam. A student has 2 attempts in maximum which must be in consecutive years.
Exam Pattern –
This exam will have two objective types of papers like paper1 and paper2. Each paper has three separate sections on physics, chemistry and mathematics. Each paper will be of three hours and the questions will be of objective types. There is a negative marking system one mark is deducted for every four wrong answer.