JEE Advanced is organised on a rotating basis by one of the seven zonal IITs, namely IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Bombay, and IIT Guwahati. Admission to the 23 participating IITs' undergraduate courses, Integrated Masters, or Bachelor-Master Dual degree programs in engineering, science, and architecture is available through JEE Advanced. Candidates who pass JEE Main will be eligible to take JEE Advanced. The test, which will be administered in both English and Hindi and will be overseen by the Joint Admission Board, will be held online.
|Exam||Advanced Joint Entrance Examination|
|Conducted by||One of Seven IIT’s|
|Level of exam||National Level|
|Frequency of exam||Yearly|
|Mode of exam||Online|
Before filling out the application form, all applicants must meet the JEE Advanced eligibility criterion. If a student fails to fulfil any of the eligibility requirements, he or she will be rejected and will not be able to participate in the admissions process. The following are the general requirements for JEE Advanced eligibility:
The following are the important elements from each subject for the JEE Advanced test.
The test organising authority has yet to disclose the JEE Advanced exam pattern. Candidates may find vital information about the JEE Advanced test pattern in the table below:
|Exam Mode||Computer Based Test|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Sections||Paper 1: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics,|
|Paper 1: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics,|
|Examination Duration||It's 3 hours for Paper-I|
|3 hours for Paper- II|
|Marking Criteria||Negative marking, it will vary for different papers|
|Language||English and Hindi|
The test conducting organization will release the JEE Advanced question papers shortly after the exam finishes. Students may also see past year JEE Advanced papers Students can analyze their preparation levels and enhance their time management based on the test duration by using previous year's question papers. Students must begin their JEE Advanced preparation as soon as possible. It will assist students in completing the curriculum on time, clearing doubts, properly revising it, and taking the mock examinations. Following that, create a proper timeline and stick to it throughout the preparation. Make an effort to cover the full curriculum. Students must have a thorough comprehension of all fundamental and advanced subjects. It is possible to do this by answering questions on a frequent basis. Maintain your physical and mental wellness. JEE preparation may be a demanding experience. Take breaks or time off between study sessions to unwind
|Registration process starts||First week of May, 2022|
|Deadline to Register||First week of June, 2022|
|Availability Admit Card||Second week of June, 2022|
|Exam Date JEE Advanced 2022||Third week of June, 2022|
|Answer Key||Fourth week of June, 2022|
|Result Date||First week of July, 2022|
Candidates can pay the registration fee either online (through debit card or net banking) or offline (by SBI Challan). The money is non-refundable and non-transferable.
|Indian Nationals (including PIO/OCI)|
|Female Candidates / SC/ ST/ Pwd||INR 1400|
|All Other Applicants||INR 2800|
|Candidates (SAARC countries)||USD 75|
|Candidates (Non-SAARC countries)||USD 150|
JEE Advanced entrance examinations are critical since they are the entrance to admission to India's most prominent universities, such as IITs and NIITs. It is considered the second part of JEE examinations and is only open to candidates who have taken JEE Mains. And the screening procedure for candidates is as difficult as the exam itself. Students must achieve a minimum of 75% on their board examinations. (The aggregate score for the general category is 75%, while the score for the OBC/SC/ST class is 70%.) Alternatively, candidates must achieve a position in the top 20% of each category list in their Board examinations.
The JEE Advanced cut-off is the minimum mark necessary for a candidate to qualify for the test. It will be announced by the appropriate authorities following the announcement of the results. Candidates with marks equal to or higher than the cut-off will be considered qualified and placed on the common rank list. JEE Advanced counseling would be done based on cut-offs. Candidates can check the category-wise cut-offs below until the JEE Advanced cut-off is announced:
|Min. %age of Aggregate marks||Min. %age of marks in each subject|
|CRL (Common rank list)||35||10|
|Rank List GEN-EWS||31.5||9|
|Rank List OBC-NCL||31.5||9|
|Rank list SC||17.5||5|
|CRL (Common-PwD rank list)||17.5||5|
|Rank List (OBC-NCL/PwD)||17.5||5|
|Rank List SC(PwD)||17.5||5|
|Rank list ST(PwD)||17.5||5.0|
|Rank lists (Preparatory course)||8.75||2.5|
The list of JEE Advanced exam centres, as well as the brochure, will be made available online by IIT, Bombay. The JEE Advanced 2022 test centres are a list of all the places where the authorities will administer the JEE Advanced exam.
|Delhi NCR||Arunanchal Pradesh|
|Delhi (North)||Delhi (East)||Naharlagun|
|Delhi (West)||Delhi (South)||Bihar|
|Jammu & Kashmir||Arrah||Purnea|
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||Sikkim|
|Andhra Pradesh||West Bengal|
Q1. Is it mandatory to take Papers 1 and 2 in JEE Advanced ?
Ans. Yes, it is required. Candidates who took both examinations were only permitted to verify their results.
Q2. I am a PwD candidate who has a 40% disability and a PwD certificate. Is it possible for me to take advantage of the scribe and an extra hour during the JEE Advanced exam?
Ans. The scribe's services are only offered to persons who are visually impaired, dyslexic, or have an upper limb handicap. The scribe's desire should be noted before registering for JEE Advanced . Only those who are granted permission will be able to profit.
Q3. Can a candidate take the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) without taking the JEE Advanced ?
Ans. No, applicants who pass JEE Advanced will only be eligible to take AAT 2022.
Q4. Can people with PIO and OCI cards take the exam?
Ans. Yes, PIO and OCI cards can take the JEE advanced exam.
Q5. Are there any items I am allowed to bring into an exam room?
Ans. According to the guidelines, you can only bring essential stationery products. There are no electronic devices, books, or calculators permitted in the test hall.