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Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is conducted for admission in various engineering colleges and courses across the country. **IIT**** Advanced** is conducted for admissions to all the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Only the candidates who have qualified JEE Mains are eligible for appearing in **JEE Advanced**. IIT Madras has been selected as the conducting body of JEE Advanced. Official notifications for JEE Mains and JEE Advanced 2017 were issued in November 2016.

A major part of JEE Advanced consists of questions related to physics, which makes it an important subject in terms of marks distribution. Here are few Physics preparation tips which may be helpful for candidate appearing for JEE Advanced 2017:

- Having cleared the basics of what a candidate studied in class 11th and 12th is the key to scoring great in
**IIT Advanced**. - Candidates should focus on scoring topics like Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, etc.
- Candidates should give extra attention to Kinematics and Particle dynamics. These are important parts of Mechanics and are regularly witnessed in JEE papers.
- According to the general trend, Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism are the most important topics in terms of the number of questions has been asked in JEE of previous years. Candidates should give ample amount of time to these topics.

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- Make the separate notes of all the formulas of Physics.
- In Physics, some calculation based questions are asked which require mathematical techniques, revise important mathematical formulae and have a grasp of class 10th Mathematics.
- Some of the Physics topics which were a part of previous year's papers are mentioned here:

- Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism (Equal importance)
- Modern Physics
- Optics
- Heat, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound
- Measurement and errors

- Solve practice questions or numerical related to the topics,
- Practicing as much the candidate can from the past year question booklets and sample papers available on the internet and bookstores can help a lot in understanding the format and get along with the questions of JEE.
- Candidate should practice questions given at the end of each chapter honestly and compare their responses with the solution given at the end of the book/chapter.
- Candidates should keep asking the doubts to their mentor or even friends but make sure no doubts shall remain unanswered.

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Candidates appearing for JEE Advanced have to be aware of the **JEE Advanced syllabus** for Chemistry so as to prepare well and secure high marks. Keeping the syllabus as the base of your **IIT JEE preparation** would help save time. Here are few basic preparation tips for Chemistry which may be helpful for candidate appearing for **JEE Advanced**:

- Candidate should improve his/her focus on conceptual clarity, application skills and awareness of the prescribed syllabus of JEE Advanced.
- Candidates should stress more on topics such as Mole concept, Chemical Equilibrium and Electrochemistry.
- Practising Organic Chemistry more while improving his/her hold on topics like Stereochemistry, GOC (General Organic Chemistry) and Functional Group Analysis will help aspirants do well in the Exam.
- Candidates should pay extra attention to topics like Chemical Bonding and Coordination Chemistry as they are highly conceptual topic and require Attention.
- Solve practice questions or numerical related to the topics.
- Note the chemical formula and reactions of Chemistry.
- In Chemistry, some calculation based questions are asked which require mathematical techniques, revise important mathematical formulae and have a grasp of class 10th Mathematics.
- Having cleared the basics of what candidate studied in class 11th and 12th is the key to scoring great in JEE.
- Practicing as much the candidate can from the past year question booklets and sample papers available on the internet and bookstores can help a lot in understanding the format and get along with the questions of JEE.
- Candidate should practice questions given at the end of each chapter thoroughly.

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Here are few basic preparation tips for Mathematics which may be helpful for candidate appearing for **IIT Advanced**:

- Candidates should brush up the basics to get a grip on the fundamental topics.
- Topics such as Vectors and 3D, Probability, Indefinite integration, Complex numbers, and Definite integral require a lot of attention.
- Differential calculus is another important topic, for which Candidate should specialize in solving roots of equations with the utilization of Rolle's and Lagrange's theorems.
- Candidates also need to excel in problems based on Permutation Combination and Probability, as they are essential topics in Algebra.
- Candidate should be able to Simplify Integral calculus by using some basic varieties of integrable functions.
- Candidate should try to keep the Integral calculus properties in mind while using them to complete solutions on time.

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- Candidates excellence in Coordinate Geometry depends on proper knowledge of parametric forms of various conic sections. Candidate should be highly capable of converting the tougher parts to these basic forms, which would help in simplification.
- Practice is the key to Mathematics, so candidates must practise as much he/she can from the past year question booklets and sample papers available on the internet and bookstores help a lot in understanding the format and get along with the questions of JEE.
- Candidate should practice questions given at the end of each chapter honestly and should also compare their responses with the solution given at the end of the book/chapter.
- Evaluate his/her responses thus identifying those topics he/she has to work on before proceeding to next chapter or section.
- Candidates should keep asking the doubts to their mentor or even friends but make sure no doubts shall remain unanswered.
- Candidate should take the test of the topics individually and evaluate his/her response, if performance is not good, again go through the topics.
- Revise and Re-revise, just a single revision is not enough to crack JEE Advanced exam. Candidates should at least revise 3 to 4 times before starting Mock Test.

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Here are few basic Revision Plans which may be helpful for candidate appearing for JEE Advanced:

- Concentration is important during JEE Advanced exam as the duration of paper is 3 hours. Candidates must develop the strategy for time management in between the sections i. e. Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
- Revise by Plan, not by the number of hours: Candidates need to measure their performance by his/her study plan for the day. They need to establish definite goals to be achieved in a day, in a week, and in a month.
- Their daily goals will need to include:

- Topics they will revise,

- Preparing notes for the topics they have studied,

- Solve practice questions or numerical related to the topics,

- Solve at least two practice papers, sample papers, mock tests, or IIT JEE past year papers a day.

- Early morning studies are better than late nights!
- Dare to take up the Challenge
- Many IIT JEE coaching service providers often offer 24X7 online support and problem-solving sessions with experienced and highly qualified faculty members.
- Take as many mock tests as possible in order to increase the speed by solving the maximum number of questions in a day. This can boost candidates confidence as well as let his/her have a planned preparation for the final exam.
- Keep fit, keep glowing
- Exercise daily.
- Find suitable study groups
- Prepare a list of points to remember for all concepts & topics in each subject and mark the ones that need more practice.
- Candidates must be careful to read the instructions while attempting the actual exam so that you are well aware of exam pattern and/or marking scheme.

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