## JEE Mains and Advanced Syllabus Weightage 2022

## FAQs on JEE Main and JEE Advanced Chapter-Wise Weightage 2022

1. Will studying from NCERT books of Classes 11 and 12 be beneficial for JEE Mains?

Yes, the syllabus of JEE Main 2022 comprises topics of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics from the NCERT textbooks of Classes 11 and 12. They comprise an equal weightage of 33.33% for each section of the JEE Main question papers. However, along with studying the NCERT textbooks, candidates should also practise JEE Main previous years’ question papers, sample papers, and solved papers available at Vedantu to understand the type of questions, paper patterns, and topics from which questions are asked often.

2. List a few important topics from Mathematics that appeared previously in JEE exams.

Although it is most advisable that students do not skip chapters and stay well prepared, having an idea of the important chapters and high weightage chapters for JEE Mains always comes in handy. Given below is a list of topics that have often appeared in JEE Mains and JEE Advanced exams.

Coordinate Geometry

Continuity/Differentiability, Limits

Complex Numbers

Quadratic Equations

Integral Calculus

Sequences and Series

Trigonometry

3. Provide a brief analysis of the JEE Advanced 2022 exam.

Though all the subjects hold equal importance in JEE Advanced 2022, either of them seems a bit tough as per the analysis of previous years’ JEE Advanced question papers and feedback from the candidates. The JEE Advanced 2022 was moderately difficult. The Chemistry section included topics from Class 11 and 12 in equal weightage, while Physics had more questions from Class 11. Maths was the most difficult section with maximum questions from Class 11.

4. How many questions will be there in JEE Advanced 2022?

Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2022 each consist of 54 questions, making it a total of 108 questions. Each paper contributes 188 marks, taking the total marks for the complete JEE Advanced 2022 exam to 376.