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JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2023 - Important Dates and Syllabus

The JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2023 is released by the conducting authority. , IIT JEE Advanced 2023 will be going to conduct in the month of June by IIT Bombay. The authority will release application which will begin in the month of May. Students can easily register for the JEE Advanced 2023 examination by visiting the official website. The JEE Advanced admit card will also be release in the month of June. In this article, we will get all the crucial insights into the JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2023.

JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2023 - Overall Scenario 

Several candidates sit for the JEE Advanced Examination every year to get admission to one of the elite engineering institutes. The JEE Advanced phase is compulsory to secure a seat in one of the IITs. Hence, the level of examination in this examination remains highly competitive. It is, therefore, advisable for the students to be aware of the JEE Advanced syllabus and pattern before starting with their preparations. Read the entire article carefully to find out more information about the JEE Advanced important dates, syllabus, and exam pattern.

JEE Advanced Exam 2023 - Highlights

JEE Advanced exam is conducted every year by one of the seven conducting authorities, i.e., IIT Kharagpur, IIT Kanpur, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, IIT Guwahati, and IIT Roorkee or Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore under the aegis of the Joint Admission Board (JAB). Candidates who clear the JEE Advanced Exam are eligible to get admission for Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programmes in all the 23 IITs, including the Indian School of Mines (ISM).

JEE Advanced Highlights

JEE Advanced Full Form

Joint Entrance Exam Advanced

Conducting Body

Either of the seven IITs (Kharagpur, Kanpur, Madras, Delhi, Bombay, Guwahati, Roorkee) or IISc Bangalore

Level of examination

National Level Exam


English, Hindi

Mode of Application


Mode of JEE Advanced Exam


Number of Seats for JEE Advanced 2022

16,232 Seats

Courses Offered

4-year Bachelors - BTech, BS

5-year B.Arch

5-year Dual Degree - BTech, MTech, BS, MS

5-year Integrated Masters - MTech, MSc, Dual Degree

IIT JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2023 - Detailed Analysis 

The  IIT JEE Advanced 2023 will be conducted online in Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode. It will consist of two papers. It is compulsory for the candidates to appear for both papers to be eligible for the examination. Find the detailed examination pattern in the table below:

JEE Advanced 2023 Exam Pattern

Mode of Examination

It is a computer-based examination.

Question Format

The questions asked in JEE Advanced are objective type, i.e., MCQs

Total number of papers

JEE Advanced consists of two papers, each paper has three sections, i.e., Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Exam Duration

Both Paper I and Paper II are conducted for 180 minutes (3 hours) each and 4 hours for PwD candidates.

Marking Scheme

There will be a negative marking for each incorrect answer.

Medium of Language

English, Hindi

JEE Advanced 2023 Important Dates 

The NTA has announced JEE Advanced 2023 Dates. Aspirants can have a look at the dates below:

Exam Events


JEE Advanced Registration 2023 begins

Sunday, April 30, 2023

Application Deadline

Thursday, May 04, 2023

Last date for Payment of application fee

Friday, May 05, 2023

Admit card release

Monday, May 29, 2023

JEE Advanced 2023 exam date

Sunday, June 04, 2023

Candidates response sheet release

Friday, June 09, 2023

Provisional Answer Key

Sunday, June 11, 2023 

Final Answer Key/ JEE Advanced Result

Sunday, June 18, 2023

Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) registrations

June 18 to June 19, 2023

AAT 2023 Exam

Wednesday, June 21, 2023

AAT Result

Sunday, June 25, 2023

Candidates are advised to visit the official website regularly to know about any changes regarding the exam date or pattern.

JEE Advanced Exam 2023 - Marking Scheme

The JEE Advanced exam pattern 2023 is yet to be released by the exam conducting authority. Candidates can check the JEE Advanced total marks as per the previous year’s pattern. JEE Advanced will consist of two papers, paper-1 and paper-2. We have provided the exam pattern of JEE Advanced 2021 and 2022 for better understanding. 

Paper-I Marking Scheme

Given below are the marching scheme for JEE Advanced 2021 paper:


No. of Questions

Marking Per Question

Total Marks

Negative Marking
















Paper-II Marking Scheme


No of Questions

Marking Per Questions

Total Marks

Negative Marking
















JEE Advanced Exam Pattern - Previous Year Question Pattern 2020

JEE Advanced question paper pattern of 2020:

I. Paper-I

a. Section 1: Single Correct Answer

  • +3 awarded for a right answer.

  • -1 for a wrong response.

4 questions were asked in this section carrying 3 marks each with a total of 12 marks.

b. Section 2: Question Type – 1 or More Correct Answer

In this section, the questions had more than one possible correct answer. Depending on a candidate’s choice of answer, he/she was awarded suitable marks.

  • +4 if all the marked responses are correct.

  • +3, +2, +1 for partially correct answers, provided any incorrect option is not chosen.

  • -2 for Incorrect response.

  • No Negative marking for questions left unattempted.

A selection with all wrong options was negatively marked with 2. In 2020, this section had a total of 24 marks. There were 6 questions in this section.

c. Section 3:  Numerical Value Answer Questions

8 questions were asked in this section. Each question had a numerical value answer, with a +3 for every correct option and -1 for a wrong answer. No negative marking was there for the wrong response, with a total of 24 marks.


d. Section 3: Question Type –Numerical Value Answers

The total number of questions in this section will be 8, with +3 marks for every correct answer. No negative marking for wrong or unattempted response.   

II. Paper-II

a. Section I: Question Type – More than One Correct Options

With a total of 6 questions, this section followed the same pattern as that of section 1 in Paper-I. 

  • + 4 marks if all the marked responses are correct.

  • +3, +2, +1 for partially correct answers, provided any incorrect option is not chosen.

  • -2 for Incorrect response.

  • No Negative marking for questions left unattempted.

A total of 24 marks was securable in this section. You may expect something similar in the JEE Advanced 2021 exam pattern.

b. Section 2: Question Type – Numerical Value Answer Questions

A total of 8 questions appeared from section 2. Each question carries maximum marks of +3 with no negative marking. 

c. Section 3: Question Type – Matching List Questions

Section 3 offered candidates with a +3 score for a correct choice of matching. A -1 mark was deducted for incorrect questions. It carried a total of 12 marks.

JEE Advanced Syllabus 2023

JEE Advanced Syllabus for 2022 will mainly consist of the entire Class 11 and 12 science chapters. Candidates can find the detailed syllabus below:

1. Syllabus for B. Tech Aspirants

Here are the topics that aspirants must study for the test: 


  • General physics

  • Optics

  • Units & Dimensions

  • Mechanics

  • Electricity and Magnetism

  • Thermal physics

  • Modern Physics


Physical Chemistry

General Topics

Gaseous and Liquid States

Atomic structure & chemical bonding


Chemical Equilibrium


Chemical Kinetics



Surface Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry


Organic Chemistry



Characteristic reactions of Alkyl halides, Alcohols, Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones, Carboxylic acids, Amines, Haloarenes

Preparation, properties, and reactions of alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes

Amino acids & peptides

Properties and use of some important polymers


Practical Organic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Isolation, preparation, and properties of nonmetals

Preparation and properties of compounds

Transition elements 

(Three-dimensional based on series)

Ores and Minerals

Extractive Metallurgy

Properties of Qualitative Analysis


  • Differential calculus

  • Integral calculus

  • Analytical geometry

  • Trigonometry

  • Algebra

  • Vectors

  • Probability

  • Matrices

2. Syllabus for Architecture Aspirants

  • Free-hand drawing

  • Geometrical drawing

  • Three-dimensional Perception

  • Imagination and Aesthetic sensitivity

  • Architectural Awareness

Important Information for B.Arch Paper:

The Architect Aptitude Test follows a different exam format:

  • The examination will be conducted offline only.

  • The duration of the examination will be 3 hours.

  • Candidates will be tested on Freehand and Geometrical Drawings. Three Dimensional perceptions, Aesthetic sensitivity, and Imagination along with Architectural awareness are some of the other areas on which an aspirant will need to prove himself/herself.

A clear and in-depth understanding of all the above-mentioned topics will be necessary to crack the exam. 

Factors Affecting JEE Advanced Cutoff

The JEE Advanced cut off is determined by taking into account the following factors:

  • The number of students appearing for the exam.

  • The difficulty level of the examination.

  • Seating Matrix.

  • The cutoff trend from previous years.

  • JEE Advanced performance of candidates.

Guidelines for the JEE Advanced 2023 Exam 

  • Candidates must reach 20 minutes in advance to JEE Advanced Exam Centres.

  • Kindly read the exam day instructions written on the admit card and don’t carry any of the prohibited items to the exam hall.

  • Carry the admit card and ID proof along with you.

  • Do not leave the exam centre without submitting the ORS sheet and calculation sheet

  • Candidates must coordinate during the ID verification and biometric verification.

  • The computers will be assigned to you, your name shall be displayed on them. Check the details and login carefully when instructed to.

  • Rough should be done only on the pad provided. No extra scribble will be provided to the candidate, so use it properly.

  • No extra time shall be given to complete the exam, so candidates must keep a check on time and complete their exam. 

This was a detailed insight on the JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2023. Additionally, we have given a brief overview of the exam highlight, and important dates and the syllabus of JEE Advanced 2023. Take note of all the important updates given here and use them for your exam preparation wisely. 

FAQs on JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2023

1. What percentage is necessary For IIT?

The needed percentage for IIT is shown below.

  • 75% for applicants from the General and OBC-NCL categories.

  • Candidates from the SC, ST, and PwD categories will receive 65%.

This implies that applicants who wish to take the IIT JEE test must have a 12th-grade point average of 75% for the General and OBC categories, and a 65% cutoff for the other reserved categories such as SC, ST, and PwD. These, however, are not always fixed. Cutoffs and marks are subject to vary based on the needs of the exam authority and the college.

2. What should be the student's approach to crack JEE Advanced 2023?

The JEE Advanced study plan should be designed in such a way that the full test curriculum is covered on time. In addition, applicants must include adequate time for review in their preparation method. The Vedantu team has provided some ways to crack JEE Advanced 2023 in this post. Candidates are encouraged to follow these pointers to help them stand out from the crowd and ace the upcoming JEE Advanced exam.

  • Understand the syllabus and test format.

  • Planning to fail is the same as failing to plan.

  • Make good use of your time.

  • The distinction between ordinary and extraordinary is one of practice.

  • A self-Evaluation is a form of self-improvement.

  • The finest riches are good health.

  • The Devil enjoys the art of distraction.

  • Distractions come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Distractions such as social and entertainment media might be avoided. Consider the purpose and attempt to keep distractions to a minimum.

3. What should be the cut-off for IIT Kharagpur 2022?

The IIT Kharagpur cutoff 2022 for the B.Tech program will be announced by JoSAA Counselling after the JEE Main Result. Seats are assigned by IIT Kharagpur based on course selection and seat availability. Every year, seven rounds of JoSAA Counselling are held; however, owing to COVID-19 challenges, only six rounds were held in the last two years. IIT JEE 2022 Cutoffs will be released on the official website. Candidates can refer to IIT Kharagpur 2021 cutoff to get an understanding of the selection level. The IIT Kharagpur CSE cutoff 2021 began with a rank of 182 in the first round and ended with a rank of 293 in the final round.

4. What is the exam pattern of JEE advance 2023?

The following is most likely to be the pattern for the JEE Advanced Paper in 2023 based on the previous exam pattern (2022): 

There will be two objective type papers in the JEE advanced: Papers I and II. Each paper will be broken into three portions, which will be as follows:

Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

The question paper will be in either Hindi or English, depending on the language selected by the individual on enrolling for the test.

Paper I

The question paper is divided into three sections (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics). Each segment was divided into two sections.

Section I is made up of ten multiple-choice questions. Each question includes four possible answers (A, B, C, and D), only one of which is correct.

Section II was made up of six comprehension questions. There were a total of six questions relating to three paragraphs, with two questions on each paragraph. Each question contains just one right answer from the four possibilities (A, B, C, and D).

Section III Four matching list type (MRMT) questions were included in this section. Each question has two columns of statements. The statements in the first column must be matched with the statements in the second column.

There were 19 questions in each topic (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) for a total of 80 marks. The total number of questions from all subjects was 57, for a total of 240 marks.

5. Is JEE Advanced tough?

No. If you have the determination to learn from the prestigious IITs and work hard enough for it then you will crack it anyway. Below are some facts about JEE Advanced exam:

  • The exam isn't as challenging, but the competition is fierce.

  • In terms of the course, it is simple and not too demanding. All you need is an in-depth understanding of the subject at hand.

  • Never forget that JEE is all about quality, not quantity.

  • It also depends on the IQ of the pupils; some kids may grasp concepts quickly, while others may require more time/effort to grasp concepts.

  • Determine and strengthen your weak points. Get a tailored improvement plan and measure your progress.