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How to Attempt JEE Advanced Paper

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is conducted under the guidance of Joint Admission Board (JAB). The candidates who have secured good rank in JEE Main are eligible for appearing for JEE Advanced. The question paper pattern for JEE Advanced 2017 was similar to 2016, so same can be expected for 2018.

JEE Advanced 2018 Exam Pattern

There will be 2 papers for JEE Advanced Paper I and Paper II; both are conducted on the same day. So in a single day you have to be prepared to face JEE Advanced 2018. Each paper has 3 sections on each subject Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The questions will be in the form of MCQs. The reasoning and analytical ability of the candidate is tested by numerical questioning. The paper can be in Hindi or English language

Time Management in JEE Advanced 2018

 Books to Refer for JEE Advanced 2018

You will have to look for other books apart from NCERT. Consult your tutorials for taking advice on the books. Practice as many JEE Advanced Mock Test Papers as possible. Books should be bought well in advanced before exams.
Sample Paper

 Study Strategy for JEE Advanced 2018

 Make sure that you are answering 50 questions in 50 minutes that means each question should be answered in a minute.

Solve JEE Advanced Previous Years Question Papers and try to solve it in stipulated time. This will help you to analyze time taken to solve the question paper. The real time solving of test paper helps in analyzing

  • Calculation errors
  • Interpretation of reasoning questions
  • Approach towards exam

Calculate the number of days to the exam and the subjects and give more time and concentration to the subjects in which you are weak. Divide the time wisely. When you are nearing the exam date, concentrate on revising rather than reading new topics.

Different Types of Questions in JEE Advanced 2018

 Different types of questions are asked in JEE Advanced and the time required to solve each type will be different.

  •  Subject questions without any twists
  • Subject questions with single or multiple correct answers
  • Reasoning based questions
  • Assertion based questions
  • Comprehension based questions
  • Match the questions and answers which are given in two columns.

One should be careful while answering as incorrect answering carries negative marking. So avoid wild guesses and opt to answer questions which you are confident and have logic to select the answer from the available options.

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2018-04-26T11:35:43+00:00 Categories: Blog, JEE ADVANCED|Tags: |0 Comments
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