JEE Advanced FAQs 2019

Frequently Asked Questions about IIT JEE Advanced for 2019

Every JEE aspirant preparing for the final phase should possess clear knowledge regarding the JEE Advanced exam for 2019. They must clarify all of their doubts, if any, beforehand and be assured to be on the right track.

A single step taken wrong may also cause a lot of trouble and confusions. Therefore, one has to know the essential JEE Advanced FAQs and get answers instantly.

Special Notice* - As the dates of the JEE Advanced 2019 and the last segment of the General Elections were clashing previously; the exam date has been rescheduled to May 27th, 2019 (Monday).

Moving on, read up the following 2019 FAQs on JEE Advanced

Q1. Is there any pattern for the JEE Advanced in 2019?

Answer: The JEE Advanced in 2019 will be a completely computer-based exam. It shall comprise 2 papers – I and II. Both of these will have objective oriented and also multiple choice questions. Duration for Paper 1 and 2 shall be 3 hours respectively. These papers will be based on Physics, Chemistry and Math. The question papers will be available in Hindi or English as candidates prefer.

Q2. What is the exam syllabus for JEE Advanced 2019?

Answer: The syllabus for JEE Advanced 2019 comprises Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and lastly Architecture.

PhysicsMechanics, Optics & Modern Physics. Electricity and Magnetism
MathematicsAlgebra, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Trigonometry, Vectors and Analytical Geometry
ChemistryPhysical Chemistry, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry
AAT ExamFreehand and Geometrical Drawing. 3-dimensional perception, architectural awareness and aesthetic sensitivity,

It will be an aptitude test illustrated in a PDF format which will be easy to comprehend.

Q3. What are important dates for JEE Advanced 2019 examination?

Answer: Following is a table covering answers to one of the most pertinent JEE Advanced 2019 FAQs.

Important EventsDates to Know (Tentatively)
Registration date onlineMay, 1st week
Registration closing dateMay 3rd
Admit Card issue20th May to 27th May
Exam Date27th May 2019
Response sheet of exam to be send29th May – 1st June
Fee payment last date10th of May
Answer key releaseJune 4th
Objections (if any) receive date4th June to 5th June
Result AnnouncementJune 14th
AAT registration onlineJune 2nd week, 14th - 15th
Result declarationJune 3rd week, 21st June

Q4. What are the age limits for IIT Aspirants?

Answer: For General and OBC candidates, there is a specified age limit to be eligible. They must be born after 1st October 1994. SC, ST and PwD candidates must be born either on or after October 1st, 1989. If candidates meet these age requirements, they can appear for the exam.

Q5. How do I apply for the application form of JEE Advanced 2019?

Answer: You must follow certain procedures to complete your application process without any difficulty. 

  • • Go to the official website, jeeadv.ac.in to register yourself.

  • • Once the registration process is complete, you need to fill out all the necessary details including your name, father and mother’s names, your date of birth, email ID, contact number. Preferred centre of exam and educational details.

  • • Pay the fees as recommended on the site which shall be prescribed as per your student category.

  • Q6. What is the fees structure for JEE Advanced 2019?

    Answer: Another important of the many JEE Advanced FAQs, given below is the fee structure for candidates. 

  • • For general candidates, the stipulated fee is Rs. 2600 + GST.

  • • For female candidates, the fee is Rs. 1300 + GST.

  • • In case of SC, ST or PwD candidates, the fee for the examination is Rs. 1300 + GST.

  • • It’s USD 75 for SAARC applicants and USD 150 for non-SAARC students.

  • Q7. What documents do I need to upload while filling out my application form?

    Answer: The documents you need to upload along with the application include – 

  • • Your Class X board exam certificate.

  • • The Class XII or equivalent exam certificate

  • • In case you belong to a reserved category, documents of proof have to be provided.

  • • PwD Certificate if it is applicable

  • • Certificate of OCI or PIO card if applicable

  • Q8. What is the eligibility criterion for 2019 JEE Advanced?

    Answer: Candidates need to qualify for the exam if they adhere to the following criteria – 

  • 1. You must be having an authentic identity such as Indian National/OCI/PIO or Foreign national.

  • 2. You have to appear for the JEE Main 2019 exam to appear for the Advanced examination.

  • 3. A rank amongst the top 2,45,000 (including all categories) must be achieved in the Main exam Paper 1.

  • 4. You must appear for your Class 12 exam either in 2018 or 2019 for the first time.

  • 5. In case, a board has declared the Class 12 or equivalent exam for the academic session of 2016-17 after June 2017, then those students are also allowed to sit for this exam.

  • 6. General category students must acquire at least 75% in their 12th board exam. For SC/ST/PwD students, their cut off percentage for Class XII must be a minimum of 65%.

  • 7. Students attending the preparatory courses in IITs 2018 for the first time are also entitled to sit.

  • [Note: In case a student had paid the fee for 2018 exam and did not report to the centre or withdrew before seat allotments’ last round, they are also eligible to appear for the exam.]

    Q9. What is the timing of both papers of JEE Advanced in 2019?

    Answer: Paper I will take place from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. For Paper II, the timing is from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

    Q10. Where to find the JEE Advanced information brochure for 2019?

    Answer: You can download the JEE Advanced information brochure of 2019 by visiting the zonal portals such as – 

  • a) IIT Delhi – http://jeeadv.iitd.ac.in

  • b) IIT Bombay – http://jeeadv.iitb.ac.in

  • c) IIT Madras – http://jeeadv.iitm.ac.in

  • d) IIT Kanpur – http://jeeadv.iitk.ac.in

  • e) IIT Kharagpur – http://jeeadv.iitkgp.ac.in

  • Q11. How do you confirm your registration status?

    Answer: Your registration status shall be published along with your payment receipt details. Within a span of 72 hours shall you get to see your confirmation status. In case it does not appear on the website, then immediately contact the admission consultants.

    Q12. How do I get my admit card?

    Answer: A significant one amongst all other JEE Advanced 2019 FAQs, this query regarding admit cards has been a constant throughout the years. Your admit card will be available from May 2nd week onwards via online from the official website.

    [Keep in mind that you are not allowed to enter the exam hall without your admit card. Keep it safe as it contains your identity details. Do bring an original ID proof additionally with your admit card.]

    Apart from the above mentioned JEE Advanced FAQs, here are a few last minute additional queries that students generally ask:

    Question – Do you need to download a separate admit card for your AAT 2019?

    No, you will only have to carry your original JEE Advanced admit card.

    Question – Is there a separate merit list for AAT?

    No, architectures will just have to qualify AAT. The seat allocation shall be done on the basis of AIR that you obtain in your exam.

    Question – How is the Top 20 percentile calculated?

    The aggregate marks of all the subjects are calculated. The Boards in India shall provide the cut off marks for Top 20 percentiles of all the categories. It shall be published on the websites of all zonal IITs.

    Now that all the crucial frequently asked questions on JEE Advanced 2019 are covered, we wish that you achieve your dream of becoming an IITian successfully.

    A few prep tips for you – 


  • • Do practice the mock tests as they are the best way to get familiarized with the exam pattern.

  • • Solve as many previous year question papers as possible.

  • • Make a fixed routine so that you do not neglect any particular topic.

  • As you gear up for one of the most challenging exams in the world, it is obvious to get a bit afraid. However, to resist any misleading information, the above JEE Advanced FAQs have been provided.

    Worry not for only the timid at heart win half a battle. All the best!