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JEE Advanced 2019 - Preparation Tips, Important Topics and Books

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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee will conduct JEE Advanced 2019 in online mode tentatively in third week of May. Candidates looking for admissions into various IITs and other premier institutes will have to appear and qualify JEE Advanced 2019. All the candidates who will qualify JEE Main will be able to fill and submit the application form of JEE Advanced 2019 tentatively in the first or second week of May. JEE Advanced is a computer based test which carries questions from 3 subjects- Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Appearing is both the paper of JEE Advanced 2019 will be compulsory for the candidates. However, before appearing in the entrance exam, all the registered candidates will have to download and take a print out of their JEE Advanced 2019 admit card. Authorities will announce the result of JEE Advanced 2019 in online mode tentatively in the second week of June. Candidates who will qualify the entrance exam will have to register for counselling and seat allotment process through JoSAA. To know more about important books, topics to refer, tips to crack JEE Advacned 2019 and more, read full article.

JEE Advanced Overview

Examination Name
Joint Entrance Examination Advanced
Commonly Known As
JEE Advanced
Conducting Body
IIT Roorkee
Purpose of Examimation
Admissions into IITs
Category of Examination
Exam Level
Examination Mode
Computer Based Test (CBT)
Duration of Examination
3 hours (per paper)
Number of Paper
2 (Part-I & II)
  • Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
Selection Process
Based on JEE Advanced ranks through JoSAA
Number of applicants eligible to attempt JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced 2019 Important Dates

Candidates appearing for entrance exam can refer the below table to know about important dates of JEE Advanced 2019. However, the important dates mentioned in the articles are tentative currently. We will date them as soon as it is released by the authorities.
JEE Advanced Important Dates 2019
Admissions Open Now
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Important Dates (Tentative)
Release date of mock test
Third week of December 2018
Mock test 2 release date
Fourth of January 2019
Start of registration process
First week of May 2019
Last date to submit filled application form
Second week of May 2019
Availability of admit card
Second week to Third week of May 2019
JEE Advanced 2019
Third week of May 2019
Display of ORS and scanned responses
Raising of objection towards scanned responses
Third week of May 2019
Release of official JEE Advanced 2019 answer key
Fourth week of May 2019
Submission of objection towards provisional answer key (if any)
Fourth week of May 2019
Announcement of result
Second week of June 2019
Release of final frozen answer key
Second week of June 2019
Commencement of registration for JEE Advanced AAT 2019
Second week of June 2019
JEE Advanced AAT 2019
Second week of June 2019
Result of JEE Advanced AAT 2019
Third week of June 2019
Seat Allotment
Third week of June to Third week of July 2019

JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Pattern

Before proceeding towards preparation, know the JEE Advanced exam pattern 2019 thoroughly. Knowing exam pattern will make candidate aware about the mode of examination, number of questions that will be asked, section-wise weightage and much more. Not only this, it will help you to prepare the study plan accordingly. Another important factor why candidates need to be aware about exam pattern of JEE Advanced 2019 is that authorities may change it; its not necessary that it remain same every year. So, for the candidates reference, mentioned below is the exam pattern for the candidate’s reference:
JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Pattern
Examination Mode
Computer Based Test
English and Hindi
Duration of Exam
3 hours per paper
Paper I and Paper II
Division of Papers
Each paper is divided into three parts – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each part is further divided into three sections – Section 1, Section 2 and Section 3
Marking Scheme
Full marks, partial marks, zero marks and negative marks are allotted as per the questions.
Types of Questions Asked
Multiple Choice, Numerical Questions, Matching List Questions

JEE Advanced 2019 Syllabus

The syllabus of JEE Advanced 2019 will be released by IIT Roorkee soon. The syllabus will carry the topics, units that candidates have to study to qualify the national level engineering entrance exam. With the help of the syllabus candidates will be able to know the topics they need to cover and prepare their study plan based on it. They can even segregate the topics and units in order of their importance and prepare for JEE Advanced 2019 accordingly. Mentioned below is the syllabus for candidates reference. So, before starting off the preparation, refer the below JEE Advanced 2019 syllabus.
JEE Advanced 2019 Syllabus
  • Trigonometry
  • Integral Calculus
  • Differential Calculus
  • Vectors
  • Analytical Geometry
  • Algebra
  • General
  • Thermal Physics
  • Optics
  • Modern Physics
  • Mechanics
  • Electricity and Magnetism,
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
Previous Year JEE Advanced Exam Analysis
Knowing exam analysis will help JEE Advanced aspirants to prepare for it in more better way. The previous year analysis of JEE Advanced exam will enable candidates to know about the difficulty level of exam, section-wise topic/question weightage, 11th and 12th standard syllabus weightage and more. Given below is the JEE Advanced exam analysis shared by various coaching institute, students to Careers360.
JEE Advanced Exam Analysis by Students
Careers360 interacted with various students who appeared for JEE Advanced last year and found out how the exam was in terms of difficultly level and more. According to students Paper I was relatively easier than Paper II. "JEE Advanced Paper II was tough. Marking was good, choices were plenty and Integer type of questions which were asked were difficult. For me, Physics was easy, Maths and Inorganic Chemistry was difficult. Paper II was difficult. I expect 120", said Sonu who attempted JEE Advanced 2019.
In JEE Advanced paper-I previous year their were total of total 54 questions (18 questions in each section). There were total of three sections in all with partial, negative and no negative marking respectively.
According to Ritwik, he found all sections equal in terms of difficulty levels. “Mostly basic and fundamental questions were asked in all subjects,” said Ritwik.
Exam Analysis of JEE Advanced by Coaching Institute
According to Career Point chemistry paper was relatively tougher as options were very close. Physical chemistry was tricky, Organic part was difficult while,Inorganic chemistry was relatively easy. While Mathematics paper was lengthier where 3 questions were asked from mathematical reasoning, statistics, sets & relation respectively which are not in the syllabus of JEE Advanced. Talking about Physics paper, Career Point highlighted that it was the easiest of the three.
How to Prepare For JEE Advanced 2019
There is no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure,” said Colin Powell, and this rightly fits to JEE Advanced aspirants. If your preparation is strong enough no one can stop you to come out with flying colours. However, its important to have right preparation strategy. Therefore, for the candidates who will be appearing for JEE Advanced 2019 mentioned below are few preparation tips to crack the examination.
  • Be a early bird- Yes, you read it right. Start as early as possible. Don’t wait till the end. Starting early will give you more time your revision.
  • Prepare study plan- Before proceeding, make your study plan. What need to be covered first, what are the topics that need more focus etc should be answered while preparing the study plan. Divide the plan in such way that equally time is given to all the subjects and your also left with the time for revision.
  • Attempt JEE Advanced 2019 mock test- Authorities will provide mock test of JEE Advanced 2019 for all the eligible candidates. Attempting mock test will enable you to know your preparation level. Not only this candidates will be able to familiarize with JEE Advanced 2019 exam format (CBT). The mock is the replica of the actual exam, so it will also enable them to learn time management.
  • Solve previous year sample paper of JEE Advanced- To boost the preparation level, solving previous sample papers is the right way to go about. JEE Advanced sample papers will enable candidates to get and idea about the questions that can be asked, section-wise weightage and more.
  • Stay positive- Take the right amount of pressure. We know that JEE Advanced 2019 is big and pressure of performing is bigger. Still, don’t take unnecessary pressure. Stay positive. Don’t allow negative vibes effect you. Cracking the entrance exam is not life and death situation, it’s just an exam. So be positive and take right pressure.
  • Take small break- Don’t just keep on studying. Take small breaks, go for walks, movies or chit chat with your friends. However, ensure that everything you are doing is to rejuvenate yourself, don’t forget studying is your priority right now.
Important Books for JEE Advanced 2019
Referring important books also play a key role in preparation. Apart from the NCERT, books for all seasons there are other books as well which candidates must refer. For the ease of the candidates mentioned below are the names of few books, suggested by experts and toppers which candidates can refer to.
Important Books to Refer for JEE Advanced 2019
Books Referred
Physical Chemistry
P.W. Atkins
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by R.C. Mukherjee
Organic Chemistry
O.P. Tandon Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry by Paula Bruice Yurkanis
Organic Chemistry by M.S. Chuahan
Organic Chemistry by Morrison & Boyd
Inorganic Chemistry
J.D Lee
O P Tandon Inorganic Chemistry
Concepts of Physics by H C Verma (Vol-1 and Vol-2)
IIT JEE Physics by Arihant (35 years Chapterwise Solved Papers 2013-1979)
Fundamentals of Physics by David Halliday/Resnick/Walker
Objective Mathematics By R.D. Sharma
Plane Trigonometry and Coordinate Geometry (Two Books) by S.L Loney
Problems in Calculus Of One Variable by I.A.Maron
Hall and Knight Higher Algebra
Integral Calculus for IIT-JEE by Amit M Agarwal (Arihant Publications)
Differential Calculus for IIT-JEE by Amit M Agarwal (By Arihant Publications)
A Text Book of Algebra For JEE Main & Advanced by Dr. SK Goyal (Arihant Publications)
Get Success Mantra From Toppers Itself
Who can guide better than the toppers itself. They have gone through the preparation phase, exam terror, pressure and what not. So it’s better to hear the success mantra straight from the horses mouth. They can guide you in a better way in terms of preparation, how to handle exam pressure and more. So this what JEE Advanced toppers have to say to aspirants:
“I adopted an extremely simple preparation strategy wherein initially I focussed on understanding the concepts. As for memorizing formulae and such, I kept for the end. My main focus was on Chemistry. I used to generally start studying from 9:00 a.m in the morning. In between, I would take short breaks and I followed this routine till 10:00 p.m. After that I would watch television just to relax. Overall, I used to study nine hours a day,” said Pranav Goyal, who topped the chart of JEE Advanced 2018 topper (AIR-1).
On asking him about the success mantra he have for future aspirants, he said, “If you focus well, your study hours will not matter. The quality of study matter more than quantity. Be calm and focussed”.
MSK Manohar, JEE Advanced topper (AIR 5) said, “I started my JEE Advanced preparation in the 1st year. It doesn’t matter how much time you study it’s the efficiency that matters more. I used to focus on my weak areas but also revise my strengths.”
Another JEE Advanced topper, Hemant Kumar Chodipilli who secured AIR 7 said, “To crack JEE Advanced one has to remain positive and confident. There may be times when you are not able to understand the concepts. It is at this time one needs to remain patient and understand the concepts without skipping them. Try to interact with the faculty for guidance. The mantra for success, ‘Be patient, work hard'.”

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