- JEE (Advanced) must be taken by a candidate to be admitted into IITs. JEE(Advanced) is administered by the zonal coordinating IITs under the guidance of Joint Admission Board (JAB) in the month of May. Click here to see list of JEE (Advanced) test centers.
- The exam consists of two papers 3 hours each, administered on a single day.
- Each paper contains 54 multiple choice questions covering Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
- Marks for questions vary and in some sections, points will be deducted for incorrect responses.
- A candidate can attempt JEE(Advanced) a maximum of two times.
Criteria for appearing in JEE (Advanced)
- The candidate must be in the top 2,20,000 rankers of JEE (Main).
- Age limit - Candidates should not be more than 25 years age when as of Oct 1st of current year. For candidates from SC, ST and PwD (Person with disabilities) criterion should not be more than 30 years.
- For a candidate to be admitted into any of the IITs whose admissions are based on the JEE(Main)/JEE (Advanced) performance, she should have secured at least 75% in the 12th class examination. SC/ST students should have secured at least 65% marks
- The candidate must have appeared for the 12th class examination and secured the above cut off marks within the last two years of the year of JEE (Main) exam. For example, if you are planning to appear for JEE(Main) 2017, then you should have cleared 12thclass in 2015 or 2016 or should be planning to clear it in 2017.
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