An Ultimate Guide to Joint Entrance Examination
‘IIT JEE is an aspiration of lakhs of candidates but its qualification is in the fate of only a few ones’. This thought must have gone through the minds of many students who dream about this exam.
Well, this is true that amongst 11-12 Lakh of aspirants, only around 2-3 lakh candidates can go ahead towards their career destination and rest others either wait for the next session or opt out some other career options.
But when you set something as your aim, you must not step back until you try harder to the ultimate extent! IIT JEE must be your dream, your ambition, your strongest desire, not just a race in which you will appear because all others are doing the same. If you do so, you’ll end up with nothing in hands. Make IIT JEE as your dream career & stay determined until you achieve it.
To help you in setting up IIT JEE Exam 2020 as your ambition, we have come up with this Absolute Guide through which you can slake your thirst of knowing about the exam, its procedure & preparation strategies to study from the scratch. Let’s get started here!
What is IIT JEE Exam? Mains & Advanced Career Scope!
Serving as a Gateway to Engineering/Architecture Courses from IITs or NITs, Joint Entrance Exam’s AIR opens up many wonderful career opportunities for the young aspirants. If you’re thinking What is IIT JEE! Then we would simply state this exam as the ‘perfect platform where Engineering and Architecture aspirants find a chance to showcase their utmost talent & brilliancy level that matches with the IITs’ standards.
Below we have mentioned the full form of JEE. Please have a look!
IIT JEE Full Form – It is also called as Joint Entrance Examination for Engineering & Architecture Courses offered by IITs, NITs or other prestigious colleges across India.
The Exam is conducted in 3 phases –
Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT)
IIT JEE Main Exam
The IIT JEE Competitive Race begins with its first phase i.e. Main. The JEE Main Exam is conducted twice a year i.e in the first week of January & the next session in the first week of April which is conducted in online mode only by NTA. To make Online Exam safe & secure, the exam convener authority uses LAN instead of the Internet for taking the exam. “best IIT coaching in pune”
Those who want to continue their ambitious journey of JEE Exam may go further only after qualifying this exam. Mains Scores serve either as the eligibility to take admission in NITs/IIITs/CFTIs or an entry ticket to the next phase i.e. Advanced.
IIT JEE Advanced Exam
Those who don’t go for the Mains Counselling Procedure may opt for this second phase of IIT JEE Exam Competitive Race i.e. Advanced. The difficulty level of the exam increases from Mains to Advanced. The JEE Advanced exam will be conducted in online mode only. “best IIT coaching in pune”
IIT Advanced Scores hold a great worth for taking admission into IITs & ISM Dhanbad.
JEE B Arch (AAT)
JEE B Arch Exam is specially designed for those candidates who are willing to pursue Architecture Courses such as B Arch from IITs. After passing the Mains & Advanced Exams, the JEE Architecture candidates must go through the AAT Exam & qualify it to ensure their success.
There are only 2 IITs (IIT Kharagpur & IIT Roorkee) which will offer Architectural Courses through JEE B Arch Result.
To get the complete details of JEE B Arch Exam 2020, please visit here – JEE Architecture.
B Planning exam is conducted for the students who wish to make their career in designing, managing & engineering. This course provides a wide range in both the public and private sector.
IIT Kharagpur and IIT Roorkee offer Planning courses through JEE Main and other entrance exams. From 2020 onwards JEE Main Exam for B. planning is separately conducted as paper 3, earlier Paper 2 was conducted for both B. Arch and B. Planning. “best IIT coaching in pune”
IIT JEE Eligibility Criteria for Mains & Advanced [Updated]
|S.No.||Mains Eligibility Factors||Advanced Eligibility Factors|
|2.||Age Limit & Date of Birth||Age Limit & Date of Birth|
|3.||Year of Appearance in 12th Class or Equivalent Exam||College Admission Criteria|
|4.||Qualifying Exams Names||Qualifying Exams Names|
|5.||No. of Subjects in Qualifying Exams||Marks obtained in Qualifying Exams|
|6.||Total No. of Attempts to appear in Main||Total No. of Attempts to appear in Advanced|
|7.||Marks obtained in Qualifying Exams||–|
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IIT JEE Exam Pattern for Paper 1, Paper 2 & Paper 3
Joint Entrance Examination has named Engineering, Architecture & Planning Papers as Paper 1, Paper 2 & Paper 3 respectively. All papers have different IIT JEE Exam Pattern. To distinguish between these papers & provide you with a clear idea about the marking scheme & time duration mentioned in the 2020 Pattern for both the exams in a better way, please go through the following blogs –
IIT JEE Syllabus PDF for Physics, Chemistry, Maths & B Arch Subjects
There are two kinds of aspirants in Engineering Exam! First who are aspiring Joint Entrance Test for Engineering & the second are those who aspire Joint Entrance Test for Architecture.
To make the preparations smoother for both kinds of aspirants, ASQUARE CLASSES is presenting the Syllabus & List of Important Topics for 4 Major Subjects – IIT JEE Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Aptitude & Drawing.
To get the entire syllabus of both the exams, please visit –
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