The admission to the 23 IITs in India is on the basis of a Joint Entrance Exam called JEE ADVANCED which was formerly called as IIT-JEE from 1961 to 2012. The student has to first clear the JEE MAINS exam to be eligible to appear for the JEE ADVANCED exam. From 2006 onwards, the JEE ADVANCED is a machine-gradable Objective exam and no longer the Subjective exam that IIT-JEE was from 1961 to 2005. From 2018 onwards, the JEE ADVANCED exam has become ONLINE too.
The JEE ADVANCED exam pattern is not declared before the exam and hence the student needs to be trained for various different patterns that may appear. The JEE ADVANCED exam is a multi-pattern exam and its syllabus is 90% of the JEE MAINS syllabus. However, the difficulty level of the questions and the exam pattern is significantly more challenging than the JEE MAINS. So, a higher degree of problems solving ability and Test strategy is necessary to crack the JEE ADVANCED as compared to JEE MAINS. It is needless to mention that the JEE ADVANCED is the toughest Entrance exam in the world since 1961.
A score of 35% marks in JEE ADVANCED typically corresponds to an All India Rank (AIR) of 30,000 and a score of 50% marks implies a Top 7500 AIR, a score of 70% marks implies a Top 1000 AIR and a score of 80% marks implies a Top 100 AIR. However, this may vary as per the difficulty level of the JEE ADVANCED paper.


Test Series package Tests Duration Per Test Qs per Test Amt (Rs.)
Full Portion Tests 5 3 + 3 hours Varies 1000
For detailed information like Syllabus, Schedule and any other updates, please refer the official website of the respective examination from time to time.
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