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Monday, March 27, 2017

Last 7 Days Techniques For JEE Mains 2017

Welcome back to jee main results 2017. todays post is going to be awesome than ever and much needed for you all !!! today we will give you some deep insights about last days preparation for jee mains 2017. just sit back and read carefully about this year JEE !! i hope you will achieve great heights of success in jee mains results after reading this post folks !!!! 

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After the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exams end in a few days from now, budding engineers and architects from across the country will gear up for their biggest test - the all-newJoint Entrance Examination (JEE). Scheduled to be held on 6th April 2017, (offline), JEE is expected to be taken by about 18 lakh students in over 1500 centres in India and abroad.

About 1.5 lakh top candidates, based on their performance in the JEE (Main) 2017 (Paper 1) (including all categories) will be eligible to appear in JEE (Advanced) 2017.

The subjects and difficulty levels

Some don’ts for the papers
“Avoid looking at the questions asked in past IIT exams. Some students try to solve these questions to get an edge but this is not required if you have solved AIEEE papers and revised Class 12 syllabus well. Avoid writing lengthy solutions for problems — particularly while doing your preparations. Do not worry if the first two hours of the paper prove to be average for you. Make sure that you do well in the third hour. Your target should be to solve one-third of the paper to be able to make it to the top 1.5 candidates,” Kumar adds.
 Here is expert analysis from two leading test prep academies following the first day of JEE Mains 2016 Paper (Offline mode). 
JEE Mains Paper Analysis by Career Launcher
Paper Pattern: 30 questions for each subject (Physics, Chemistry, Maths) were asked in the paper.
Marking pattern: For every correct answer: 4 marks awarded and for every incorrect answer: ¼ marks deducted.
PHYSICS paper Analysis
18 questions out of 30 were easy, requiring very less calculation and of the JEE Advanced syllabus. About 4 -5 questions were a bit lengthy due to calculations but could be done by students who are preparing for the Advanced version. Remaining questions were from the topics exclusive to the Mains exam like EM waves, semiconductors etc. A student who had prepared well for the board exams would have found these questions easy to do.

8-10 questions could be attempted correct by an average student. A score of 45-50 can be considered as good score.

CHEMISTRY paper Analysis

10 questions out of 30 were very easy, can be answered by just reading the question. 5 questions were easy but required a bit of calculation for solving, 3 questions were factual in nature. 10-12 questions required a bit of concept application in which students are prone to commit mistakes. In one question, no option seems to be correct, and in another, options were not consistent with the statement of the question.

A score of 60-67 can be considered as a good score.

MATHS paper Analysis
Out of the 30 questions,12 questions to be easy, 7 questions are lengthy, 6 questions are conceptual, 5 are tough questions.
There were 7 questions from Calculus out of which 4 were easy, 7 questions were from Algebra out of which 4 were easy, 5 questions from Co-ordinate Geometry out of which 4 were easy. There are only two questions from Trigonometry out of which one was easy.
Surprisingly there are nine questions from Vectors, 3-D Geometry, Matrices, Determinants, Statistics, Logic and LPP out of which four are easy.
A score of 50-55 can be considered as a good score.

An overall score of 115-120 can be considered as a cut-off score for qualifying for JEE Advanced, i.e., being in the top 1.5 lakh candidates.
JEE Main Paper Analysis
The overall paper is well balanced and checks a student for his knowledge as well as problem solving ability of the student. As was expected the severity level of the paper seemed slightly lesser than last year’s AIEEE exam. Furhtermore, as per the guidelines, the paper was primarily based on NCERT. If we look at the paper composition in detail, as far as Physics is concerned, the questions were distributed over the entire syllabus barring apart a few topics like laws of motion where not even a single question was asked. Out of 30 questions, 14 questions were of easy level, 10 questions were medium and 6 questions were hard. So, the expected cut off for physics is about 50 out of 120, for a student to able to qualify into top 1.5 lacs students. Any student who has practiced entire NCERT will must be able to score good. The hard questions were of very good quality and would have confused some students.
With regards to the chemistry portion of JEE (Main) 2016 (Code-H) has 12 easy, 10 moderate and 8 difficult questions. The average and below average students should be able to solve all the easy questions. The cut off should be around 48 marks out of 120 marks (40%). Above average students will be able to solve most of the moderate questions. Most of the questions are based on the theory given in NCERT text book. However, in Code-P, the Question nos. 38, 44, 48 and 59 do not have the required theory in NCERT text book. Question No. 32 has two correct options as given in NCERT. Question no. 38 has wrongly written mean square speed instead of root mean square speed. The question in its present form cannot be solved. Question no. 44 has apparently all the four options correct. It does not have any correct answer. Question no. 59 is based on Bhopal gas tragedy for which nothing is given in NCERT.
Paper of Mathematics was also well balanced in terms of difficulty level and topical distribution. Ten, eight and five questions were asked from algebra (10), calculus (8) and co-ordinate geometry (5), respectively. Two questions were same as given in NCERT text book while few others were similar. With nearly 60% questions under the category of easy, this paper was on the lines of last year’s AIEEE paper. The assertion-reasoning questions were good enough to confuse any student and will definitely play major role in deciding rank.
The JEE (Main) (Offline mode) was conducted on 7th April, 2013. About 14 lakh students are estimated to have appeared in the offline test. Last year 11.5 lakh candidates had taken the  AIEEE test. Out of these, top 1.5 lakh students will be eligible for JEE Advanced exam which is the gateway to IITs, IIT-BHU and ISM Dhanbad.
Last-minute tips for JEE (Main)

Try conventional methods first, say experts. If they don’t work out, try to understand the problem again and find clues that can lead you to the solution. “Go through the concepts related to the problem once again and see how they can be applied to the problem at hand. Try to relate the problem to real-life situations. It will help you to analyse it better. Refer to the solution, only when you have exhausted your limits. See what you had missed earlier. Practice similar problems. Doing 100 quality and concepts-based questions is more important than doing 1000 questions, which have not been selected carefully. Devise your own shortcuts and ways to tackle particular kind of problems,” says Batlish.
Paper 2 will test a student for visualising three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings, visualising different sides of three dimensional objects and also analytical reasoning and mental ability.
“The aptitude test is designed to check a candidate’s imagination, creativity, observation, architectural awareness and perception. The drawing section has two to three questions involving sketching of scenes and activities from memory of urban-scape (public space, market, festivals, street scenes, monuments, recreational spaces etc.), landscape (river fronts, jungles, gardens, trees, plants etc.) and rural life,” says Batlish.
Structure of the exam
Paper 1
This is a three-hour paper comprising three sections: part 1 - physics, part 2 - chemistry and part 3 - mathematics. There are 30 questions in each of three subjects; which are of objective type-multiple choice with single correct answer. In each section there are 30 questions of four marks each. One should be very careful as there is one-fourth negative marking for every question
Paper 2
This three-hour paper consists of part 1 - mathematics, part 2 - aptitude and part 3 - drawing. The mathematics section has 30 objective-type multiple choice questions with single correct option and one-fourth negative marking. In this part, the syllabus for mathematics includes common topics from Class 11 and 12 CBSE or state Boards. The aptitude section has 50 objective, multiple choice questions with four options and one-fourth negative marking.

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Below are the few suggested guidelines from my side for your help:
1. Previous year papers: Well instead of trying the available mock tests of famous institutes or books it is wise to practice the previous year papers of actual JEE MAIN. Just collect last three years offline and online papers and try to attempt them like the actual examination. Even you needn't attempt all papers if you have time crunch.This will help you in getting a feel of the examination, what to expect, how much to attempt, how not to waste time.
2. Identifying Your Scoring Areas: After practicing these papers you should have an idea about which topics you can and should focus to score marks. Roughly the three subjects have 90 odd chapters and you can easily leave 10-15 chapters without hurting your performance.
3. Work on Strengths: Frankly speaking you don't have much time now to build up confidence over a topic which you have hardly studied till now so smartness suggests that instead of working on your weaknesses it is more wiser to work on strengths. Remember there's no sectional cutoff here, so if you feel you love Chemistry work harder on it and try to score say marks above 100 in chemistry by devoting 60-75 mins of examination time. Ultimately the total score counts.
4. Positive Attitude and Self Belief: Irrespective of how much you have studied and prepared till now, you have to maintain a positive attitude because worrying too much about what you haven't done won't improve your performance. Remember JEE MAIN in not tough but a tricky examination. The bravery is not in attempting all questions, sensible candidate must select the questions which are in his range and devote maximum time only on those questions which are going to fetch you marks.
Mostly XII appearing students because of Board examinations feel themselves not connected with objective pattern and many negative thoughts starts creeping in. Avoid all such negative thoughts and just believe in yourself. Remember these magical words "I CAN AND I WILL"

Focus on maximising marks and accuracy. Follow these steps and you will improve your marks and performance for sure in this duration :

1) Buy a book having previous year papers (complete set) of JEE Mains.

2) Make a routine to solve these tests one a day during 9 am to 12 am daily keeping all conditions exam like (table-chair seating, fan only room, no water around, phone kept aside, filling answer in OMR etc.) 
This will make sure that your brain functions best during this time of the day. Give atleast 5 such tests. 

3) After the tests, check the answer key,Calculate your marks and analyze parts which you are constantly facing problem with. Read notes of these parts and try attempting them again. You will see the difference.

4) Once you are done with the above point, read only notes and solve class notes question of the basic to average level. No need to attempt higher level questions involving tonnes of calculus.

5) Try following a particular pattern for attempting the test i.e. PCM or CPM or MPC or any other. Thought best to go approach is CPM.

I hope this will boost up your preparation and will fetch u good marks.

All the best..

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The mother of all engineering entrance exams, IIT-JEE is barely a few days away (April 8, 2012). Most of you must be getting the jitters and losing sleep over formulae, equations and theorems. Now, how does one utilise just this little time left? We spoke to the directors and faculty of some of the top IIT-JEE coaching centres and they have some advice for you:

1 Don’t start a new topic: “This is the time to just re-visit your basic fundamentals, formulas and derivations, revise what you’ve already studied over the last one year, don’t go running behind new topics” advises Asheesh Sharma, vice-president (business strategy) and executive academic head and senior physics faculty of Resonance, a leading coaching centre for IIT-JEE. 

Taking up a completely new topic in the last few days will only confuse you further, leading to a panic situation. It is better to be completely confident about the things you know than to walk into the examination hall with incomplete information about a new topic. “Just review your class notes, key concepts/formulas and nothing further. Don’t study too hard in these last days; you cannot do in one day what you could not do in two years” says JC Chaudhry, founder & MD of Aakash Institute.

2 Revisit the important topics: “Some important topics that need to be revised would be coordinate geometry and calculus in mathematics, electromagnetism and modern physics in physics and chemical and ionic equilibrium and aromatic compounds in chemistry” says Asheesh. 

If you’ve had the practice of maintaining flash cards of the important topics, theorems, equations etc., now would be the time to revisit them and refresh your memory.

3 Make mistakes!: “Make all the mistakes that you possibly can in the last few days while you practice mock papers. This will ensure that you don’t repeat these mistakes when you take the actual exam”, says Brijesh Maheshwari, Director of ALLEN Career Institute. 

This is similar to the exercise of facing your fears head on! You might as well make those silly mistakes while you can afford to. So if you fumble while taking mock IIT-JEE papers, don’t get flustered. These mistakes will ensure that you don’t repeat them on D-day.

4 Hail NCERT textbooks!: “Needless to say, you should go through your NCERT books. IIT- JEE questions are very close to the NCERT now,” advises Praveen Tyagi, VP Academics, 

Brush up your concepts once again from your NCERT textbooks.

5 Previous years’ IIT-JEE papers: Praveen further suggests, “Go through the IIT JEE question papers of the last five years. It’s not necessary to go beyond five years, as the pattern of IIT-JEE changed dramatically after 2007.” 

Solving previous years’ IIT-JEE question papers will prepare you psychologically to face IIT-JEE 2012 with more confidence, as you’ve already tested the waters with the last years’ papers.

6 Tune your biological clock: If you’re used to studying in the wee hours of the night and sleeping throughout the day, it’s time to reverse your body clock! In the last week leading to IIT-JEE 2012, make sure that you are up and about during the time the exam is scheduled, otherwise you’re bound to feel sleepy while writing the test!

JC Chaudhry advises eight hours of sleep (10pm to 6 am), six to eight hours of study (to be reduced to only six hours in the last week to match the time of the exam and No study on the day before the exam). “Stop studying in the night at least in the last week, your IIT-JEE papers are scheduled in two slots: between 9 am-12 noon and 2 pm- 5 pm. Try to take mock IIT-JEE papers exactly during these timings under conditions similar to the actual examination day. This will ensure that you are not under pressure on the D-day”, says Brijesh Maheshwari.

7 Practice does make you perfect: Sounds clich├ęd, but that’s because it’s true! “When you are not practicing, remember, someone somewhere is practicing and when you meet him, he will win”. Ed Macauley, a professional basketball player said this, but it holds true for IIT-JEE!

What could give you an edge over others, who’re learning the same things from the same set of books, is practice. You can easily access free IIT-JEE mock tests online or practice from the mock paper sets that you get from your coaching centres.

8 Rest and relax: Watch a movie, go jogging, play a game of football, meditate or practice yoga - indulge in any of these or other activities that would relax and calm you.

Face IIT JEE with confidence and assurance in your preparation. Remember, it is just another exam and not the end of the world. Irrespective of how your paper goes, a wonderful life awaits you!

JEE Main is an exam of true grit. It tests your patience, concepts and ability to manage time effectively. However even after putting in 1 – 2 years of hard work many students end up with a bad final rank in the JEE Main Exam or even the JEE advanced exam.
But it’s really easy to overcome this problem. In this post we will take a look at 5 factors that could potentially affect your rank in JEE Main or the JEE advanced exam.

1. Not maintaining proper health and fitness

More than anything, your health and your fitness level is the most crucial factor in deciding how you perform in your final exam.
This means you should take a good nights sleep before the D-Day and not to stress yourself out during the entire week before the final exam.
I made this huge mistake of not taking proper rest before my BITSAT exam and I ended up scoring just 310  thereby blowing away all my chances of studying computer science at BITS Pilani –  you do not want to do this!
The choice is yours: do you want to stay up all night and put your entire preparation in jeopardy or take good rest and feel fresh on the D-Day – you decide.

2. Eating too much before the exam

This might sound funny but filling up your stomach to its full will only make things worse for you.
There is a difference between having a heavy breakfast and a heavy lunch – Heavy breakfasts will give you great kickstart for the day but heavy lunch will make you feel sleepy.
Make sure you never have a heavy lunch if your exam schedules are such that there is a lunch break between one of the sections.
Also it is really important that you do not try any new kind of food before the exam. Do not look up Google for recipes because most of the nutrition sites are from the US and might end up giving you food advice that’s not prevalent in India.
Avoid eating heavy dinner – the night before your Main or Advanced JEE Exam.
Stick to what you are used to eating for lunch or breakfast. Some good food or some good breakfast options would be:
  • Anda Bhujia (Scrambled Eggs) and Bread Toast
  • Roti and Simple Sabzi made of green vegetables
  • Milk Shakes – some people are allergic to drinking warm milk (I did this mistake once of drinking warm milk before my Physics exam in Class 12 boards and had to suffer from acidity and indigestion during the entire exam)

3. Doing last minute preparations

You might think that I’m lying to you about not doing last minute preparations. But if you ask any of the past toppers – all would agree to this.
Last minute studying is simply not effective and there is a reason behind that.
When you load yourself with a truckload of information from your books just before your examination, it adds to your stress levels. How?
Because you tend to remind yourself about remembering what you just studied- by adding an extra task in your brain’s queue and this negatively affects your mind. Seriously!
But I would suggest that you do last-minute revisions instead – like going through the stuff you have already studied.
Be smart about choosing what to study and what not to do in the last minute. If it’s a simple formula that might help you in solving a numerical, then go for it else just give it a pass.
If you have some free time, try going through this quick note on how brain psychology works.

4. Bad Time Management during the exam

Never never never spend too much time on a single question – Even if the question belongs to your strongest subject areas. It’s simply not worth it.
Let’s do some math – there are 90 questions in the JEE Main exam and you have 3 hours (that is 180 minutes) to finish the exam.  which means you have roughly 2 minutes  to solve one question. (Previous Papers)
So if you end up spending five minutes on one question then you are depriving yourself of attempting two more questions which could have potential fetched you 8 marks. (Every correct answer fetches you 4 marks in the JEE)
Here is a quick table of how much marks you could lose (and thereby dropping your rank in the JEE Main or Advanced) if you spend more time on one single question:
Minutes spent on one questionQuestions missedMarks LostRanks dropped
15728~150 – 200
This gives you a rough idea of how you can screw things up if you do not manage your time properly during the exam.
If you are spending more than 2 minutes on one question, skip it and come back to it later.
Remember, there will be certain questions which will need 30 seconds or less to answer – you can save time here and get back to the marked questions at a later time.

5. Not starting with your strongest subject section on the exam

This is the last thing you want to do on your JEE Main or the JEE Advanced exam.
You must always start your exam with the subject which you feel you are strong with. It will boost your confidence for the other sections by many folds.
Physics is your strong point? Then start the JEE paper with the physics section
Feel confident with Chemistry? So let Chemistry be your first section on the test and make sure you avoid these common organic chemistry mistakes that students often commit.
Love Math? Then attack the JEE Main monster with your Math skills. Simple.
I hope you will keep these points in your mind when you attempt you next exam (be it a mock test) or the real JEE Main / Advanced exam.
Please let me know in the comments about your thoughts and if you have any more points that you feel I might have left out in this section.

Last Week Preparation Tips for JEE MainCandidates who are slated to appear in JEE Main 2017 must be busy giving finishing touches to their preparation. Many students probably may be burning midnight oil because they are afraid that if they relax at this juncture, after studying so hard for the last year or so, it would put paid to their dreams. Considering that JEE Main is one of the most difficult exams on offer and the first hurdle towards a seat in one of the IITs, it is understandable why many students go overboard in their zealouness to prepare well and effectively. But is it a healthy or, even, effective idea to go crazy in the last few days, or should the student pull back and take things easy?
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In this article we take a closer look at what the student should do and not do in these last days. What strategy to be adopted, whom to avoid and how to hold tight to one’s sleep. Read on.

JEE Main 2017 Schedule:
JEE Main 2017 offline test(Paper I & II)
April 2, 2017
JEE Main 2017 Answer Keys for offline test
April 18, 2017
JEE Main online test (Paper I)
April 8 & 9, 2017
JEE Main Result (Paper I)
April 27, 2017
JEE Main Result (Paper II)
May 27, 2017
How to prepare in the last week for JEE Main 2017?

Our last week preparation tips for JEE Main 2017 includes taking mock test and practising sample papers. Equally it also focuses on taking proper rest and staying away from negative vibes.

Revise and Analyse

It is time to use the short notes that you made during the intense preparation for the past one or two years. Check the important topics, formulae and in short revise. Ideally analyse while you revise. This will help you to strengthen any point you are weak in.

Mock tests help the best!

Before entering the ring for the final bout (i.e JEE Main 2017), if you take mock tests it can help you get attuned to the exam pattern. After every mock test, you can get to know your strong and weak areas. Additionally, the net score you get at the end of every mock test will give you an idea how you need to strategize for the actual JEE Main 2017 the exam, i.e. which questions to answer first and which questions to leave for later.

To give you an example, see the following situations how a simple strategy change can make a difference in how in your end score.

Situation 1:  You have decided that you will move to the next section only after completing the current one. Now if you get stuck with questions in the first section, you will lose valuable time and ultimately valuable marks.

Situation 2: You have decided to attempt the mathematics section first because mathematics is your favourite subject. But among the three sections, mathematics section is considered to the longest and also the trickiest. So, if you rigidly stick to a mathematics-first policy, it might not be effective.

Practise JEE Main sample papers

One major benefit of practising sample papers is you get to practise similar type of questions you might come across on exam day. Make it a point to practise at least a 4-5 sets of JEE Main sample paper; it will help you build concept, increase speed and give insights into how to manage your time. Today many coaching institues, including FIITJEE, offer JEE Main sample papers.
Speed is welcome but Not Haste

The last few days leading up to the exam are about sharpening the edges, and less about building the edges. So, instead of trying to learn new concepts and new topics, you must try ways to score heavily in the areas you feel confident in. Now how does one score heavily?

JEE Main 2017 exam pattern comprises three sections: physics, chemistry and mathematics, with each section contributing 30 questions for a total of 90 questions. For each correct answer, you are awarded 4 marks while 1 mark is deducted for an incorrect attempt. You will have 180 minutes to complete the test.

If you look closely, getting a good score boils down to attempting the maximum questions with a healthy strike rate. To increase the strike rate, you must try to improve your speed and also adopt a smart strategy. Like instead of allotting 60 minutes for each paper, you must attempt the easy questions in each paper and then move on to the difficult and finally the most-difficult ones. Also, don’t commit the mistake of getting stuck with a question.

Mock tests and sample papers, as mentioned above, are reliable ways to improve speed and accuracy. Additionally, they will help the candidate find out the weak areas that needs attention.

Finally, don’t mistake speed for haste. Speed simply means you are solving or answering a question in less time, while haste has an element of carelessness attached to it.

New books and new topics are no-go zones

If there is a worst time to add to your collection of books, it is when there are so few days left before the exam day. This will only create unnecessary distraction and eat into your valuable time if  you learn new concepts, when you should ideally be doing revision of old topics. Also, if you get stuck with a new topic, it will create nervousness, depression and anxiety, a cocktail that you could do without with.

The smart thing then to do instead is to invest all the time at your disposal to study what you have already read and fill the gaps wherever needed. The more gaps you fill, the more upbeat you will feel. Strengthen what you know so you ace that and leave the unknown ones for now.

Rely on notes instead of reading the whole book

If you have taken notes of the subjects, you can rely on them for quick revisions instead of reading the whole book every time. The purpose of notes is to cut off the chaff and keep the important points of every chapter. Also, the notes will encourage you to sharpen your memory as every time you read them you will try to remember the supplementary details included in the original book.  You also save a lot of time with the short notes. In case you don’t have notes, you must focus on the highlighted areas of a book for quick revision.

Don’t look too far ahead

Spending too much time pondering about the outcome of the JEE Main 2017 will do nothing except build anticipation and pressure, which can sabotage years of hard work you have put in.

So if you feel like getting bogged down by expectations, get out of your study, have a light chit chat with your siblings, play your favourite game or whatever eases your mind. Let the emotions bottled inside you flow out. It will make life easier, preparation fun, and your mind sharper.

Reinforce Positivity in face of Negativity

One way to stay positive and upbeat is by staying away from negative people and vibes. Some may go on about how well they have prepared and some may crib about how tough it is. Both ways, it is detrimental for you to let it affect you. You need to hold strong to the belief that you have prepared well and will do well in the exam. Stay positive and focus on your strengths.

Get the right amount of beauty sleep!!

Sometimes in our urge to do well, we end up overdoing our bit and thereby spoiling our chances. A good example is forgoing sleep in an effort to maximise preparation time. But the problem is if you don’t sleep well, the next day you will wake up spent, with your mind wavering, spirits sagging, and body begging for rest. So, get rid of the false notion that studying hard is synonymous to reducing sleep time. Also, remember you need to be at your freshest on exam day and it is only possible if you get sufficient rest and sleep in the days leading up to the exam.

Social Media is a nuisance

Go to the internet and you will find n number of articles blaring out the negative side of social media, be it Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. While there are two sides to everything, there is no denying that social media can be a big distraction during your studies. Imagine a scenario, where you are in the middle of solving a problem, and your phone beeps. Now if you can’t resist your curiosity, you will open the message, first thinking you would spend a few spends, only to find out that the message is about something that increases your curiosity or urge to get involved. So you end up diverting valuable time from your studies at a crucial time. The solution is to put your smart phone away; if you can’t do that make it a habit to open it only after you are done with your studies.

By following the last week preparation tips for JEE Main 2017 listed here, the candidate can give the necessary thrust needed to maximize his/her chances!
Stay tuned to engineering.careers360 for more news and updates on JEE Main 2017.

All About JEE Mains 2017:

Table of Contents

    1. What is JEE Main?
    2. Am I eligible for JEE Main 2017?
    3. How do I register for JEE Main 2017?
    4. Important Dates for JEE Main 2017
    5. What is the syllabus for JEE Main 2017?
    6. What is the exam pattern for JEE Main 2017?
    7. How should I prepare for JEE Main 2017?
    8. From where should I study?
    9. Computer based exam for JEE Main 2017
    10. Where can I find previous years’ papers?
    11. When do I qualify?
    12. Which institutes come under JEE Main?
    13. How should I discuss my doubts?

What is JEE Main 2017?

Joint Entrance Exam Main (JEE) is an All India Common Entrance Exam for admission to engineering colleges across India. It is conducted in two phases, JEE Main and JEE (Advanced). The IITs, and ISM grant admission based on the results of JEE (Advanced). The NITs, IIITs and other central or state funded institutes grant admission based on JEE Main. Students are eligible to write JEE (Advanced) only if they clear the cut off marks in JEE Main 2017. IIT JEE is considered as one of the toughest exams in the world. Over 1.4 million students appear and only 20000 get a rank.

Am I eligibile for JEE Main 2017?

  • Age criteria: Candidates born on or after October 1, 1992 are eligible to apply provided their SSC certificate shows the same. SC/ST and PwD candidates must be born on or after October 1, 1987.
  • 12th standard or equivalent exam: Must have passed 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject. Check list of equivalent exams. Candidates must have passed their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2015 or . Candidates who are appearing in their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2017 are also eligible provided their result is declared before June 15, 2017.
  • Number of attempts: Students can attempt JEE Main 2017 for maximum a of 3 times. In case of JEE Advanced, a student can make only 2 attempts in consecutive years.

How to apply for JEE Main 2017?

Applicants will have to fill the application form online. There is no need to submit any documents to the authorities. Candidates can check the concise steps to fill the application form below.
Registration: Candidates have to register first by giving details of their Name, Email, Mobile etc. They must also choose the username and password for their log in ID which must be kept safe for the entire duration of the JEE Main 2017 process till the admission is completed.
Filling in the Application Form: After logging in, candidates must enter their Board Examination Details, JEE Main 2017 Examination Details, personal details, academic qualifications contact details, guardian details,
  • Candidates appearing in improvement examination in 2017 must select the year of appearing as 2017 while candidates who have passed class XII in 2015 and have appeared for improvement in five subjects in 2016 must select the year in which their performance is better.
  • Candidates who are appearing for their class XII exams in 2017 need not enter their roll no. They will be required to enter the details while downloading their admit card.
  • They must also choose the exam centres as per their preference from the given list. It must be noted that the list of exam centres is dependent on the mode of exam chosen – CBT or Pen & Paper.
Candidates are also required to upload their photograph, signature and left thumb impressions as per the below given specifications
DetailsFile FormatFile SizeDimensions
Photograph with name and date printed belowJPEG format4 KB3.5cm x 4.5cm
Signature1 KB3.5cm x 1.5cm
Thumb Impression (Left hand)
Note: Candidates who do not have left hand thumb can take and upload their right thumb impression while candidates who do not have both the thumbs can upload the impression of any finger
Fee Payment: Fees can be paid online through Credit or Debit Card plus service charges or Offline through by depositing fee in cash in the Syndicate/Canara/ICICI/HDFC bank through e-challan generated during the online filling of application form.
JEE Main 2017 Confirmation Page: After the submission of the application form, a confirmation page will be generated with the details of the candidates as in the application form. This page has to be kept safe by all applicants. They need not send this confirmation page to the JEE Main 2017 authorities.

Important Dates for JEE Main 2017

The important dates for JEE Main 2017 are as follows:
1Availability of Application FormDecember 2016
2Last Date for Application FormDecember 2016
3Download of Admit CardMarch 2nd Week, 2017
4Offline JEE Main 2017 ExamApril 02, 2017
5Computer Based ExamApril 2017
6Answer KeyLast Week of April 2017
7OMR Response Sheet availabilityLast Week of April 2017
8ResultApril 27, 2017
9Rank ListLast Week of April 2017
10Counselling through JOSAA 2017July 2017

What is the syllabus for JEE Main 2017?

JEE Main 2017 follows CBSE NCERT syllabus. Difficulty level will also be based around the same.
Maths :
    • Sets relation and functions
    • Complex numbers and quadratic equations
    • Matrices and determinants
    • Permutations and combinations
    • Mathematical induction
    • Binomial theorem and its simple applications
    • Sequences and series
    • Limits continuity and differentiability
    • Integral calculus
    • Differential equations
    • Co-ordinate geometry
    • Three dimensional geometry
    • Vector algebra
    • Statistics and probability
    • Trigonometry
    • Mathematical reasoning
Physics :
    • Physics and measurement
    • Kinematics
    • Laws of motion
    • Work power and energy
    • Rotational motion
    • Gravitation
    • Properties of solid and liquids
    • Thermodynamics
    • Kinematics of gases
    • Oscillations and waves
    • Electrostatics
    • Current electricity
    • Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
    • Electromagnetic induction
    • Alternative currents
    • Electromagnetic waves
    • Optics
    • Dual nature of matter and radiation
    • Atoms and nuclei
    • Electronic devices
    • Communication systems and Experimental skills.
Chemistry :
    • Some basic concepts in chemistry
    • States of matter
    • Atomic structure
    • Chemical bonding
    • Molecular structure
    • Chemical thermodynamics
    • Solutions
    • Equilibrium
    • Redox reactions
    • Electrochemistry
    • Chemical kinetics
    • Surface chemistry
    • Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
    • General principles and processes of isolation of metals
    • Hydrogen
    • S-block elements
    • P-block elements
    • D and F block elements
    • Co-ordination compounds
    • Environmental chemistry
    • Purification of organic compounds
    • Basic principles of organic chemistry
    • Hydrocarbons
    • Organic compounds containing halogens
    • Organic compounds containing oxygen
    • Organic compounds containing nitrogen
    • Polymers
    • Bio-molecules
    • Chemistry in everyday life
    • Principles related to practical chemistry.

What is JEE Main 2017 exam pattern?

    • Paper 1 is a 3 hours exam for admission in B.Tech/B.E courses consisting 30 objective questions from Physics, Chemistry & Maths each. Correct answer awards 3 Marks while a wrong answer penalizes -1 (Negative One) mark.
    • Paper 2 (optional) for admission in B.Arch/B. Planning courses. It is conducted only in offline mode consisting of  mathematics, aptitude ability and drawing skills of the candidate.
Medium for all exam centresEnglish and Hindi
Medium for exam centres in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar HaveliEnglish, Hindi and Gujarati
Duration of exam3 hours
Total No of questions90 with 30 questions for each section
Total No of Marks360
Sections in Question Paper3 – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
Marking Scheme4 marks for each correct answer and negative marking of ¼ marks for each incorrect answer
Important Guidelines:
  • Candidates appearing for the Pen & Paper exam must use only Blue/Black Ball Point Pen
  • There is only one correct response. More than one response to any question will be considered incorrect and marks deducted accordingly.
  • Electronic gadgets are not allowed in the exam hall.

How should I prepare for JEE Main 2017?

  • Practice is the key – Practice as much as you can. Toppr offers 1.5 Lakh questions for your unlimited practice to make your concepts in each chapter strong. 70% of JEE preparation is practice. Toppr offers 1.5+ Lakh questions to make your concepts in each chapter stronger.
  • Give mock tests at an All India level – Give timed tests in a complete real exam like environment to improve your efficiency of attempting questions. Toppr offers All India Test Series to compete with students all over India.
  • Clear all your doubts – Don’t get stuck at any doubt. Ask your doubts to the subject experts of Toppr to get an instant reply. You can disucss your doubts right over here.
  • It is not only about preparing hard for JEE Main 2017, but also applying certain tried and tested techniques. Depending on the location and on the basis of their previous results, students go to different  coaching classes like Allen, Bansals, Career Point and a few others. Find the complete list along with what they offer in top coachinclasseiIndia.
  • Study from the best sources – NCERT and recommended books for JEE are the minimum resources you need. Toppr offers the best study material from all over the web to help you prepare better.
  • Maintain revision notes as and when you go through a formula or a concept as bulletin points. This will be useful closer to the exam and will be a good revision pattern that takes lesser time. Normally without these notes, you would have to go through the entire chapter to understand the important points once again.
See how topper of JEE Main 2017 prepared, for securing the top position in JEE Main 2017.

From where should I study for JEE Main 2017?

Practicing the questions with the exact level of difficulty is required for JEE Main 2017 and Advanced. All the topics you need to cover for JEE preparation are curated in one place. Toppr has the largest question bank available which is enough for you to solve more and more questions and identify your strengths and weaknesses in topics. Students can refer to various books which are recommended for JEE preparation like H C Verma, D C pandey, M L Sharma, etc. Finally, you can give test series, to monitor your time, accuracy and compete with a large number of students to know where you stand. Here are some recommended books for preparation:
  1. Arihant Series – DC Pandey
    Books on – Mechanics – Part 1, Mechanics – Part 2, Waves and Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism, Optics and Modern Physics.
  2. Concepts of Physics (both volumes) by HC Verma.
  1. Inorganic Chemistry NCERT Text Book.
  2. Organic Chemistry Khan Academy Videos.
  1. RD Sharma – Objective Mathematics Part 1 and Part 2 (NCERT difficulty).
  2. Arihant Series – Dr. SK Goyal
Here are a few resources to help you secure a very good rank in JEE Main 2017 and Advanced, to help you learn, practice from Question banks, revise Concepts and formulas and find better Study materials.

Online exam for JEE Main 2017

You can appear for JEE Main 2017 through online and offline mode. Computer Based Exam (online exam) is conducted using the Local Area Network (LAN) and not on internet to make JEE Main 2017 safe, secure and uninterrupted. Candidates can apply for computer based exam through JEE Main website. The last date for application is tentatively in mid December based on the data from JEE Main 2017.

Where can I find previous years’ papers?

Previous year papers are important to practice because they help you simulate the real JEE. Toppr provides you with the complete set of all question banks from previous years which you can practice to sharpen your skills. You can find them all here:
  • JEE Advanced 2015
  • JEE Main 2017 2015 (Apr 11)
  • JEE Main 2017 2015 (Apr 10)
  • JEE Main 2017 2015 (Apr 04)
  • JEE Advanced 2014

When do I qualify?

A candidate need to clear  JEE Main 2017 cutoffs to appear for JEE Advanced. Only top 150,000 students are allowed  to give JEE Advanced based on JEE Main 2017 results. For admission in IITs, ISM Dhanbad, IISc Bangalore clearing JEE Advanced cutoffs is inevitable.
For admission in NITs, IIITs and other institute which consider JEE Main 2017 score, JEE Main 2017 AIR is calculated through a normalization procedure that encompasses students’ 12th board results and JEE Main 2017 score.

Which institutes come under JEE Main?

JEE Main 2017 score is used across all the NITs, IIITs, CFTIs and other central or government funded colleges. Some self-deemed universities or colleges also consider JEE Main 2017 score for admission purpose. Here’s a list of IIT colleges in India.
A list of Top engineering colleges which give admissions through JEE Main 2017 are listed in a detailed manner in our article over here. Visit the article to find out more about the institutes.

Discussions on JEE Main 2017 and Advanced

Asking doubts and clearing them is important while preparing for JEE. Toppr brings you a community who has survived the test of time and wants to help out a real JEE aspirant. When doubts arise, raise questions to your teachers and friends. It is always a good practice to share your doubts. You can also discuss on Toppr’s forum.

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