What is JEE exam for?
Joint Entrance Examination – Main, formerly All India Engineering Entrance Examination, is an Indian standardized computer-based test for admission to various technical undergraduate programs in engineering, architecture, and planning across colleges in India.
It is a national-level exam that is conducted to get into engineering colleges. JEE occurs in two phases – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The mode of the exam is online/computer based so a candidate has to have knowledge of computers. JEE is one of the toughest exams globally.
Jee Mains Question Paper Year Wise
Jee Advance Question Paper Year Wise
How to crack the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)?
JEE is one of the toughest competitive entrance exams. A candidate has to prepare for JEE with dedication as the JEE syllabus is really extensive being an amalgamation of class 11th and class 12th syllabus. With tried and tested tricks, cracking JEE would become an easy task.
How do I prepare simultaneously for JEE and board exams?
JEE Main and 12th Board exams almost come at the same time without much gap. It restricts the student to prepare exclusively for JEE. Thus, it is important to study for both board exams and JEE simultaneously. Choice of right material, books and coaching really help aspirants to do well in the exam. Certain books like NCERT, HC Verma contain a very good selection of questions from practical applications of concepts which could prepare you well for both the exams.
How many students get IIT seats?
Lakhs of candidates appear every year for JEE Mains from which less than half of the candidates qualify for the JEE Advanced. Around 20000 to 25000 candidates qualify, out of which only 10000 candidates get success to get seat in 23 different IITs.
Is it necessary to give JEE Advanced after Jee?
No it is not compulsory. If you want to get admission in IIT then you must have appare in the advanced.
What is the minimum percentage required for JEE mains?
Usually, JEE Main exam requires a minimum of 75% for general category and 65% for reserved category in 12th class examination. However, this year NTA has discarded the percentage criteria and only the 12th pass certificate is required for registration.
How many sessions of JEE Advanced conducted in a year?
Candidates can appear in Jee advance two time in consecutive year. One in the year they’re appearing for class 12 and another in next year. Application for jee main April examination starts from 07th of February and shall remain open till 07th of March 2020.