All About JEE Advanced 2019 Exam - Pattern, Syllabus, Result, Online Form

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The Journey from novice to master begins with first successful step of you!


This first step can be qualifying in JEE Advanced that will lead you to get succeed.

One of the most coveted JEE Advanced Exam will be conducted in 19th May 2019. The doors of India’s reputed institutes will be opened for those candidates who qualify the JEE Advanced 2019 Examination.

To know more about JEE Advanced Exam, read out this blog.

What is JEE Advanced Exam & How to Prepare for it?

IIT JEE Advanced Exam is India’s toughest Engineering Entrance Exam. It is held by one of the IITs in the month of May every year.


    Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is conducted in two phases:
  •    1. JEE Mains
  •    2. JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced Exam is the later stage of the Two-phase nationwide entrance exam for admission in Bachelors of Engineering courses in IITs and ISM Dhanbad.

Needless to mention, IITs are famous & topmost technical education institutes in India. These pioneer 23 institutes select brightest science students against approximately 11000 engineering undergraduate seats.

IIT JEE Advanced Exam is preceded by JEE Mains Examination. Candidates qualifying JEE Mains are considered eligible to appear for JEE Advanced Exam.

If you are pursuing JEE Mains & Advanced Exam this year, you must jump start the preparation with this Definitive & Extensive Guide.

According to the JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis, out of 1,55,158 students who appeared in Paper I and Paper 2, total 31988 students qualified.

Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced JEE) was held for Approx. 11279 seats across 23 IITs.

As Abraham Lincoln said once, “A goal properly set is halfway reached.” This guide will help you to go through all the phases of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced Exam in & out. By the end of this guide you’ll know:

IIT JEE Advanced 2019: What’s New

According to the JEE Advanced 2019 Date notification, the examination will be conducted in online mode.


  • IITs refuse to allow NTA to conduct JEE Advanced.
  • IIT Roorkee will conduct the JEE Advanced 2019 Exam.
  • The exam will be conducted online in India & 6 other countries: Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka and UAE (Dubai).

If you are interested to appear in IIT JEE Advanced 2019 Exam after clearing JEE Mains, you need to mark your calendar with these important dates to know the further process and events.



JEE Advanced Exam 2019 Event Important Date
Online Application Process 1st Week of May 2019
Download of Admit cards 2nd Week of May 2019
Exam Date 19th May 2019
Online Declaration of Results 2nd Week of June 2019
Architecture Aptitude Test Exam Date 2nd Week of June 2019
Online Declaration of Results for AAT 3rd Week of June 2019
Choice filling for Desired IIT 3rd Week of June 2019
Seat Allotment Last Week of June 2019

Are you Eligible for JEE Advanced?

As per the new rules of JEE Advanced, Aadhar card will be a compulsory document for JEE exam applicants.

Any candidate failing to produce the Aadhar card will not be considered eligible for JEE Advanced Exam.

The detailed eligibility criteria is prescribed on the official JEE Advanced Portal.

Candidates are suggested to read the eligibility criteria before applying for the exam.

It can be classified in following five factors:


  • Appearance in Class XII
  • Candidate’s Performance in JEE Mains
  • Age Limit
  • Number of Attempts
  • Earlier Admission in IITs

Criteria of top 20 percentile for JEE Advanced 2019: For admission in IITs & ISM, one must fulfil the Criteria of top 20 percentile in board exams.

The examination is open for Foreign & Indian nationals. Check the detailed JEE Advanced Eligibility criteria here.

How to Apply for JEE Advanced Exam?

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

Your first step towards IIT JEE Advanced Exam is the Online Application Process.

As the JEE Advanced Exam for 2018 session has been held now, you might want to prepare for the next session. You must be very careful & attentive while filling the JEE Advanced Form. So, if you fulfil the eligibility conditions, read out the JEE Advanced Application Form guidelines for seamless submission.

Instructions to Candidates for Filling JEE Advanced Application Form


1. A candidate must have his/her photograph and signature duly scanned in the jpg format in such a manner that image size should be between 50 KB to 300 KB for the photograph and 1 KB for the signature.

2. Candidate’s Personal Contact Number & Email ID are the pre-requisites.

3. If you belong to the reserved category keep caste certificate handy. Several times, students claim they belong to a particular caste, which is considered as OBC by his or her state but not by the Centre. Such candidates are rejected. Make sure your described details match with the guidelines.

4. Review the Application form thoroughly before submitting it.

5. Once you’ve successfully submitted the JEE Advanced Application Form, Save the JOSAA Candidate login details & write it in a notepad. You’ll need the JEE Advanced login in future.

What is the JEE Advanced Paper Pattern - Paper 1, Paper 2 & AAT

JEE Advanced Paper Pattern is the most important thing that will carve your preparation plan. JEE convener institutes keep on changing the exam pattern & marking scheme frequently.

The paper can be substituted in the following parts:

1. JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 1 - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
2. JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 2 - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
3. AAT (for Architecture) - Free hand drawing, Geometrical drawing, 3D perception, Imagination & Aesthetic Sensitivity, Architectural awareness.

Have a look at the JEE Advanced 2019 Pattern, to know about the type of questions, marking scheme etc.

Paper 1 and Paper 2


The question papers will contain MCQ type and Numerical Answer type questions.

JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 will have three section and exam duration of three hours for each.

Total Marks: 360

There is negative marking in the exam. It discourages random guesses in MCQs, and therefore the scores are more reliable. There will be 1/4th Mark deduction.

Architecture Aptitude Test:


JEE Architecture (AAT) Exam will be held through offline mode only.

There are 5 sections in the paper. Overall exam duration is 3 hours.

The question paper will be in English language only.

JEE Advanced 2019 Syllabus [Updated PDF]

Since the advent of Common IIT JEE Exam in 1960, the Syllabus of JEE Exam has been changed many times. You can check the section-wise JEE Advanced Syllabus to mark important topics in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics for the preparation of the exam.

Most Important JEE Advanced Chapters for Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics are enlisted below with the Marking Weightage:

High Scoring Chapters for Physics with Priority Order


To get success in IIT JEE Physics, a candidate must start his preparation with these basic yet important topics:

1. SI Units.
2. Newton’s Law.
3. Einstein’s Theory.
4. Motion and forces.
5. Conservation of Energy and Momentum.
6. Gravity


Priority order of JEE Physics topics: Start with a general Physics book (Class 11th & 12th) and find the Advanced JEE topics of interest in the index. It is always better to focus more on high scoring topics.


High Scoring Chapters for Physics with Priority Order

High Scoring Chapters for Chemistry with Priority Order


For JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation the priority order of topics is as follows:

1. Atomic Structure.
2. Periodic Table.
3. Chemical Reaction.
4. Stoichiometry.
5. Acid-base Chemistry.

These basic concepts are essential to master chemistry for JEE Exam.


High Scoring Chapters for Chemistry with Priority Order

High Scoring Chapters for Mathematics with Priority Order


The following JEE Advanced Mathematics topic areas are the most basic concepts for the trickiest subject of the exam.

1. Quadratic Equations
2. Logarithm
3. Calculus
4. Vector & 3D Geometry
5. Algebra - Most important.

If you plan well for these simpler mathematical concepts, every Maths question & problem fall into place.


High Scoring Chapters for Mathematics with Priority Order

How to Prepare for IIT JEE Advanced 2019 - Tips & Study Plan

Your stature in JEE Advanced Preparation rises when your approach towards the examination is solid, focused & directional.

JEE is most sought-after engineering entrance exam & Preparation for JEE Advanced can be incredibly hard when you’re missing some critical strategies needed to succeed.

Most of the Candidates are so engrossed in the preparation of JEE Mains Exam that they can’t see Advanced JEE coming until it hits the D-day.

To be honest, you can prepare for JEE Mains & Advanced altogether. But these two-tier exams are held separately for a reason. Check JEE Advanced 2019 Study Plan.

While the aim of JEE Main Exam is to ensure that the candidate has complete knowledge of the concept of 11th & 12th PCM subjects, JEE Advanced is tougher. There is some difference in the syllabus of JEE Mains & Advanced Exam.

We all know (and wish were not true sometimes), mastering an engineering entrance exam doesn’t happen overnight.


Here are five golden rules for success in JEE Advanced:


  • JEE Advanced is an upgraded level of JEE Main. So, go ahead and dust off the Best Books for JEE Advanced. Sign up for the JEE Advanced preparation lessons and achieve great score.
  • Preparing your own notes is very important. Create notes after second or third reading of the chapter. When you have a collection of subject-wise notes all in one place. All in all, taking notes is a subtle, but powerful, way to make yourself more successful in learning & memorizing.
  • If you’re a visual thinker, try a mind map for preparing the notes. Start by writing the topic at the center of the page. From there, draw branches out to every key topic studied.
  • Without regular practice, the slip from Master to Journeyman is too easy. Practicing same concepts & topics again & again might be painful, but it preserves & build your preparation.
  • Prepare for Exam as per the latest JEE Advanced 2019 Pattern & Syllabus.

Think about it!

You solve 20 questions daily & you are content with your preparation level.

But, on the exam day, you’ll get two papers with 54 questions each.

And, you’ll have to solve the paper in 3 hours or less!

Get the Point!

If you set your preparation level optimal & practice a mock test that matches the difficulty level of the exam, you won’t be sweaty & anxious on the day of the Exam.

Better prepared than sorry...

That's' how you can be among the around 14% of peoples who crack JEE Advanced Exam.


JEE Advanced Question Papers & Solutions - Free Download!

As we discussed in the previous section, you need to practice questions of a certain level.

Using basic concepts won’t make you a JEE Advanced Topper.

Switching from simple concepts to complex one will escalate your performance.

And, there is no better preparation aid than JEE Advanced Question Papers from Previous years.

Most of the experts & experienced JEE faculties suggest taking up all the available last year papers.

Here’s a bonus:

We have compiled a list of JEE Advanced Sample Papers to make your preparation easier & hassle free.

Download free PDF for JEE Advanced Answer Keys so that you may match your answers with the correct option.

How to Download JEE Advanced Admit Card? Hall Ticket to Advanced & AAT Exams

Your next step to appear in Joint Entrance Exam Advanced is downloading JEE Advanced Admit card.

Do you remember, we asked you to save JEE Advanced Candidate Login details in earlier sections?


Here’s how you can download JEE Advanced Admit Card with your JEE Advanced Login:


1. Visit JEE Advanced Candidate Portal. https://www.jeeadv.ac.in/
2. Click on the JEE Advanced Admit card download link.
3. Enter the required details like registration ID, DOB, Email ID & Mobile No.
4. Click on Submit.
5. JEE Advanced Hall Ticket will be displayed on the screen. Check your details & take a print out.

Note: Hall ticket for JEE AAT are not issued separately. JEE Advanced Admit card 2019 will be the valid document to get the entry in Architecture Aptitude Test Exam Hall. You can download the Admit Cards from the date of issuing the hall tickets to the IIT JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Date.

Advanced JEE Authority issues the Admit Card for successfully registered candidates. Those who don’t fulfill the eligibility criteria might face rejection of the Application or they might not be allowed to enter their respective JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Centers. Check your JEE Advanced Application Status to know about the disqualification.

What’s Next?

How to Check JEE Advanced Result, Cut off Marks & Rank?

Once candidates appear in the exam, the next phase that makes you one step closer to the Admission in IITs is - JEE Advanced Result.

Speculations about the JEE Advanced 2019 Result declaration & Cut Off Marks get spread all around from the very next day of examination.

Most noteworthy, it takes at least 15-20 days for JEE Advanced Result announcement.

JEE Advanced 2019 Rank List & Cut Off Marks:


It will be very difficult to predict JEE Advanced 2019 Marks & Rank List. Out of 2.24 candidates, only a handful will be selected for JEE Advanced Rank list.

The JEE Advanced Cut off Marks 2019 will be calculated from total 360 marks & there will not any provision of sectional cutoff in JEE Advanced 2019.

How was IIT JEE Advanced 2018 [Exam Analysis]

Knowing the JEE Advanced Exam analysis 2018 can help you in mental preparation for the upcoming advanced exams. With the help of the analysis, you will be able to know the difficulty level, subject wise analysis and cutoff for each category.

The JEE Advanced exam has two papers that are mandatory to be attempted. As compared to the last year's paper, this year the exam paper was set by maintaining the level of JEE Exam. You can check the compiled analysis by the subject matter experts and JEE Advanced aspirants here - JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis

Which Courses are Offered in IITs through JEE Advanced 2019? - Counselling Process

Finally, you reached your desired destination by cracking IIT JEE-Advanced Exam.

But wait, you need to take one more step to become an IITian...

It is called JEE Advanced Counseling Process.

Candidates can check the list of Courses offered to JEE Advanced Rankers below.

Degree Name Duration
B.Tech. Bachelor of Technology 4 Years
B.S. Bachelor of Science 4 Years
B.Pharm. Bachelor of Pharmaceutics 4 Years
B.Arch. Bachelor of Architecture 5 Years
Dual Degree B.Tech.-M.Tech. Dual degree Bachelor of Technology and Master of Technology 5 Years
Dual Degree B.S. - M.S. Dual Degree Bachelor of Science and Master of Science 5 Years
Dual Degree B.Pharm.-M.Pharm Dual Degree Bachelor of Pharmaceutics and Master of Pharmaceutics 5 Years
Integrated Dual Degree M.Pharm. 5 Years Integrated Dual Degree Master of Pharmaceutics 5 Years
B.Pharm. Bachelor of Pharmaceutics 4 Years
Integrated M.Tech. Integrated Master of Technology 5 Years
Integrated M.Sc. Integrated Master of Science 5 Years

**Note - These Academic Programs in IITs are offered through JOSAA Counseling Process only.

Institutes have various types of seats for the candidates based on their (birth) categories, presence or absence of disability and nationality.

With this JEE Advanced Complete Guide, you explored all aspect of IIT JEE Exam and you know a lot about JEE Advanced 2019 than others do.



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