IITJEE Study material 10-11-12

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If you are a class 10 student who has only heard about IIT JEE exam and is planning to write it after class 12 then you must read this post as I am going to throw light on some basic questions. First question that beginners come across is how many JEE exams are there? There are 2 exams JEE mains and JEE advanced. You need to prepare separately for both .Whether you prepare for the IIT JEE mains and JEE advanced with or without coaching, good IIT JEE study material is mandatory. A few students ask - is NCERT enough for JEE mains – to which I would say yes NCERT covers around 70% of the JEE mains exam but still it is recommended to refer to a good IIT JEE study material. Anyways for JEE advanced exam preparation, IIT JEE study material is necessary to be solved. So, what is the difference between JEE mains and JEE advanced exam? If you want to get into the NITs of India or IIIT or GFTI then you can do so through the JEE mains exam. JEE mains exam is the first step towards getting into IITs. Only by clearing the JEE mains exam, you are allowed to write the JEE advanced exam. It is also the replacement of the AIEEE exam which used to be conducted earlier to get mainly into NITs and other engineering institutions of India. So, who conducts JEE mains? JEE mains exam is basically conducted by the government technical institutions like NITs and IITs. JEE advanced exam is conducted by IITs and once you clear the cut off, you are into any of the 23 IITs of India. Is the syllabus of JEE mains and JEE advanced same? While most topics of physics, chemistry and mathematics are common between JEE mains and JEE advanced exams but there are certain topics which are exclusive to JEE mains and JEE advanced. Topics of Physics like Kirchoff’s law, Newton’s law of cooling, Black body radiation, of chemistry: Radioactivity and carbon dating, fission and fusion reactions etc fall in the JEE advanced syllabus. While topics of Mathematics like Sets, Trigonometry – heights and distances, statistics and probability are exclusive to the JEE mains syllabus. Topics of physics exclusive to JEE mains are electronic devices, Electronic waves, communication systems. I wrote these topics to give you an idea about the syllabus of the two exams. The JEE mains exam is the gateway to the JEE advanced exam so you need to ensure that you do not neglect JEE mains exam in any way. Keeping the cut off marks in mind while preparing is a good idea as your preparation has to be exam oriented. The JEE mains cut off marks for the year 2020 by category are - CRL 90.37, OBC 72.888, SC 50.17, ST 39.06, PwD - .0618524.

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