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Tips to Prepare for JEE Mains and JEE Advanced

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In this article, we have discussed the important dates, question paper pattern and study tips for students who are appearing for JEE Mains and JEE Advanced for the year 2019. The paper pattern is discussed considering the previous year question papers.

The Important Dates For JEE Main 2019 April Exam

Dates Events
07-02-2019 to 08-03-2019 Application forms JEE Mains 2019
20-03-2019 Collect the admit card
07-04-2019 to 20-04-2019 Exam
30-04-2019 Paper 1 NTA score declaration
15-05-2019 Paper 2 NTA score declaration
All India rank announcement

The Important Dates For JEE Advanced 2019

To appear for the JEE Advanced 2019, it is mandatory for the candidates to qualify in JEE Main 2019. On those who secure a position among the top 2,24,000 students are allowed to attend the JEE Advanced.

Dates Events
May Application forms JEE Mains 2019
May 2nd week Collect the admit card
19-05-2019 Exam
June 1st week The release of answer keys
June 2nd week Results

Planning

Planning your study routine is very important. Dedicate time for each subject based on the level of difficulty. Also, divide time for revision and mock test.

Question paper pattern for JEE mains and JEE Advanced 2019

Below we have discussed the paper pattern for JEE Mains and JEE Advanced 2019. Understand the marks distribution and study accordingly.

JEE Mains Paper details

Exam details Paper 1 Paper 2
Mode Online Maths and aptitude conducted online while drawing conducted via paper and pen mode
Duration 3 hours 3 hours
Subjects Physics, maths, chemistry Mathematics, Drawing skills, and General Aptitude
Total questions 90 82
Splitting of questions Physics: 30, math: 30, chemistry:30 Maths: 30, aptitude: 50, drawing: 2
Question type Multiple choice questions Maths and aptitude will be MCQ type
Marking scheme Correct answer = 4 marks

Wrong answer = -1

No answer = 0

Correct answer = 4 marks

Wrong answer = -1

No answer = 0

Total marks 360 marks 390
Medium/language English and Hindi. Students from Daman & Diu and Dadra, Nagar Haveli and Gujarat can opt for Gujarati English and Hindi. Students from Daman & Diu and Dadra, Nagar Haveli and Gujarat can opt for Gujarati

JEE Advanced Paper 1 details

Subjects Total questions Total marks Marks awarded
Physics 5 15 Correct answer = 3

Wrong answer = -1

Chemistry 8 32 Correct answer = 4

Wrong answer = -2

Maths 5 15 Correct answer = 3

Wrong answer = 0

JEE Advanced Paper 2 details

Subjects Total questions Total marks Marks awarded
Physics 6 18 Correct answer = 3

Wrong answer = -1

Chemistry 8 32 Correct answer = 4

Wrong answer = -2

Maths 4 12 Correct answer = 3

Wrong answer = 0

Textbooks and syllabus

Be thorough with the JEE syllabus and study from the NCERT textbooks as 50% of the questions covered in the exam is from NCERT syllabus.

Importance of mock test and practice papers

Complete your first round of study weeks before the JEE and solve previous years question papers and attend the mock test. You will get to know your weak areas and can improve.

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