JEE Advanced syllabus for Physics, Chemistry and Maths is majorly published by the examination administration. The syllabus of JEE Advanced is regularly huge and learners are encouraged to begin their preparations as early as possible. However, before starting JEE preparations, it is important to go through the syllabus and have a proper understanding of all the concepts covered in the syllabus for IIT JEE Advanced. This will help the applicants to allot more time for preparing concepts that demand more attention.
The recent JEE Advanced syllabus is focused more on the applications of concept, therefore, IIT applicants need to produce a proper plan and further set a suitable time goal to finish the entire syllabus before the exams. However, preparation of JEE Advanced is pretty demanding and if we consider the fact, it is listed among the hardest entrance exams in India.
With such respect, all candidate must utilize the bulk of their preparation time in preparing and strengthening concepts defined in the latest syllabus of JEE Advanced. Pupils are required to be more logical, dedicated, and hardworking. While the syllabus is followed the same every year, in JEE Advanced 2021 syllabus, the topic-wise weightage given for each unit was changed. Apart from that, there were no major changes as such.
JEE Advanced Syllabus
Students will find the subject wise list of all the topics included in the syllabus of JEE Advanced below. The syllabus sets a baseline for all IIT aspirants to prepare what all is necessary for the exam. They should keep a copy of the syllabus and study accordingly. Students are advised to prepare each subject with the same intensity in order to ensure a meritorious position in the examination. JEE Advanced 2020 syllabus comprises of topics taught in class 11 and 12 Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
JEE Advanced Syllabus For Physics
||Units and Dimensions
||Laws of motion
|Systems of particles
|The pressure in a fluid
|Electricity and magnetism
|Wave nature of light
||Atoms and Nuclei
Physics is challenging for many students. Therefore, the students are advised to put in the extra effort while preparing this subject. Practice different types of questions and lay a lot of stress on conceptual clarity rather than just rote learning.
JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus
|States of Matter
||Properties of Non-metals
|Preparation of Non-metals
||Preparation of Compounds
||Properties of Compounds
||Properties, Reactions, and Preparation of Alkynes
||Properties, Reactions, and Preparation of Alkenes
||Reactions of Benzene
||Aldehydes and Ketones
|Practical Organic Chemistry
||Amino acids and Peptides
||Properties and uses of polymers
For many students, chemistry is most scoring and easiest in comparison to physics and maths. To excel in this section, practice questions according to their difficulty and solve several JEE question papers which consist of problems from every chapter before the final examination.
Syllabus of JEE Advanced Maths
||Sequence and Series
||Matrices and Determinants
||Permutation and Combination
||Trigonometric and Inverse Trigonometric Functions
||Properties of Vectors
||Integration and its application
||3 Dimensional Geometry
||2 Dimensional Geometry
JEE Advanced Books To Refer
|NCERT Class XI and XII books
||IIT Mathematics by M.L Khanna
||NCERT Class XI and XII Textbooks
|Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
||Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight
||JEE Physics by DC Pandey
|Numerical Chemistry by P. Bahadur
||Tata McGraw Hill
||HC Verma Part I and II
|Physical Chemistry by Wiley
||Differential Calculus by A Das Gupta
||Problems in Physics by S.S Krotov
|Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd
||RD Sharma Class 11 and 12
||Physics by Resnick and Halliday
|Inorganic Chemistry by OP Tandon
||Trigonometry by S.L Loney
||Physics by IE Irodov
The syllabus of JEE Main will most liable alike to CBSE Class XII syllabus. The topics and chapters are around the same.
Yes, the JEE syllabus also covers topics from CBSE class 11 standard. Questions are prepared from this syllabus.
No, the syllabus is completely different for Paper 1 and Paper 2.