IIT-JEE Advanced and JEE Advanced Syllabus

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A joint engineering entrance exam IIT-JEE is conducted in India for the students those who all are planning to study in IIT’s and NIT and various other colleges. It is one of the toughest entrance examination held in India.

IIT-JEE Advanced and JEE Advanced Syllabus

What is the IIT-JEE Entrance?

Mainly it has two phases; IIT-JEE Main and IIT JEE Advanced. These two levels are the fence for the candidates to break for the successful completion of the examination. Candidates should pass the first phase IIT-JEE main and are then allowed for the second phase of the advanced exam.

IIT-JEE advanced is a national examination previously named as JEE advanced. This competitive examination is conducted to facilitate admission to IIT’s and many other colleges.

JEE Advanced Syllabus

The Jee advanced is one of the toughest competitive entrance examinations for the students who are seeking admission in the best colleges. JEE advanced syllabus helps students to cover all the important topics and concepts. It consists of sections of Physics, Chemistry and mathematics in a detailed version.

The subject list with topics of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics is given below.

Syllabus for Physics
General PhysicsUnits and DimensionsExperimental analysis
1. MechanicsLaws of motion
System of particles
Harmonic motions
The pressure in a fluid
Inertia
Kinematics
Gravitation
Waves
Thermal physics
Momentum
2. Electricity and magnetismMagnetic field
Electric current
Electromagnetic induction
Electric field
Capacitance
3. OpticsReflection
Wave nature of light
Refraction
4. Modern PhysicsAtoms and Nuclei
Syllabus for Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Basic ConceptsEnergeticsSolution
1. Nuclear Chemistry
2. States of matter
3. Solid-state
Surface Chemistry
Electro Chemistry
Atomic Structure
Chemical bonding
Chemical Equilibrium
Chemical Kinetics
Inorganic Chemistry
1. Ores
2. Extractive Metallurgy
3. Preparation of Non-metals
Minerals
Properties of Non-Metals
Preparation of Compounds
Transition Elements
Qualitative analysis
Properties of Compounds
Organic Chemistry
Basic ConceptsProperties, reactions and preparation of alkynesProperties, reactions and preparation of alkenes
Phenols
Ethers
Carboxylic acid
Practical Organic Chemistry
Reaction of benzene
Aldehydes and ketones
Carbohydrates
Amino acids and Peptides
Alcohol
Alkyl Halides
Haloarenes
Properties and uses of polymers
Syllabus for Maths
1. AlgebraQuadratic Equations
Logarithms
Probability
Binomial Theorem
Complex numbers
Sequence and Series
Matrices and Determinants
Permutation and Combination
2. TrigonometryTrigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions
3. VectorsProperties of VectorsDerivatives
4. Differential CalculusFunctions
Limits
Derivatives
Continuity
5. Integral CalculusDifferential EquationsIntegral and its Applications
6. Analytical Geometry3-dimensional geometry2-dimensional geometry

Each chapter consists of various questions and also referring the JEE advanced syllabus and making a basic knowledge of each concept from each chapter will make the students very easy those who are preparing for JEE exams.

Importance and Benefits of JEE Syllabus

  • Easy learning of concepts with examples and questions
  • Management of time and speed
  • Enable to find the knowledge scale by practising the answering of questions after each chapter
  • An idea of weightage of marks, question-answer samples is available in this syllabus.

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