## JEE Advanced Maths Question Paper-1 Year 2013 with Answer Keys - Free PDF Download

## FAQs on JEE Advanced 2013 Maths Question Paper-1 with Answer Keys

**1. How can I prepare for IIT JEE maths well?**

Collect 4–5 excellent maths resources, including books, test series, or a coaching module. For each chapter, determine which one you would solve first. Continue to improve chapter by chapter. Make it a goal to solve at least 40 math problems per day. If you stick to it for ten months, you'll do well. You'll finish by resolving all of the resources. Consistency is the key. Before the exam, write a lot of practice papers. This improves your capacity to perform well under stress.

**2. What are the best books to prepare for JEE Advanced Maths?**

Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma, Plane Trigonometry by S L Loney, The Elements Of Coordinate Geometry by S L Loney, Algebra by Dr. S K Goyal Arihant Publications, Play with Graphs by Amit M Agarwal (Arihant Publications), Differential Calculus by Amit M Agarwal (Arihant Publications) are some of the good books to prepare for JEE Advanced Maths.

**3. Is JEE Advanced Maths hard?**

JEE Advanced is neither a difficult nor a simple test. Mathematics is a middling subject for JEE Advanced, but you may have an excellent grasp of it if you have solved papers and practice papers, as well as a strong concentration on your school textbooks, particularly the NCERT mathematics textbook. It all ultimately boils down to your preparation and grasp of concepts. If you are strong in both these aspects it will be achievable.

**4. Which are the most important chapters in JEE Advanced Maths?**

Quadratic Equations and Complex Numbers; Sequence and Series; Probability; Permutations and Combinations; Matrix and Determinants; Definite Integration; Differential Equations; Application of Derivatives; Trigonometry; Conic Sections in 2D; Vector and 3D are some of the do or die chapters for JEE Advanced Maths. However, JEE Advanced tests your analytical skills and all chapters are important.

**5. Can I crack JEE Advanced Maths by self-study?**

Yes, self-study is a way to crack the exam. The number of hours doesn't matter; it varies from person to person but what has to remain consistent in your effort and practice. You must set your schedule and stick to it - as simple as it may sound this is truly a key to giving your preparation a direction. You should look at the previous year’s Maths question papers for JEE Advanced on Vedantu as it will help to identify the weakness in your preparation and strategize accordingly.