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What Consists in JEE Mains and Advanced Entrance

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JEE Advanced 2016When JEE Mains and Advanced are just (just in case definition) round the corner, it is essential for students to prepare and put their best efforts into this prestigious exam. An exam that has endless opportunities and gates to open for the future, its preparation cannot be taken lightly. The JEE Mains and Advanced are just after an individual clears his/her XII boards exams and wishes to take (take with a grain of salt idiom synonym) up the new role of specializing in a particular field of interest. Over million aspirants take the JEE Mains and a handful qualify for JEE Advanced. First of all, one needs to brush up on almost the entire syllabus to prepare effectively. The syllabus for JEE Advanced excludes,

  •  Mathematical Induction
  •  Mathematical Reasoning
  •  Statistics
  •  Linear Inequality
  •  Magnetism and Matter
  •  Electronic Devices (Solids and Semiconductors)
  •  Electromagnetic Waves
  •  Principles of Communication Systems

 A JEE Main tests scope of knowledge, whereas JEE Advanced encourages to form a strong hold over concepts and challenges the aptitude and numeric calculations.  Even though the syllabus is pretty much the same as always, the pattern of JEE Advanced usually changes each year. So an aspirant should be prepared to answer Single correct type MCQs, Linked comprehension based MCQs with one passage followed by 2 to 3 questions, Assertion–Reason based questions, Multiple Answer correct type MCQs and Matrix match. In addition to these the paper also has Integer answer type questions where a numeric answer  needs to be provided ranging between 0 – 9. To clear all these questions and the entire exam, one needs to have an agile mind and clear on each and every topic.



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