IIT JEE Advanced Study Materials

VSAT 2022

Study Materials for IIT JEE

The syllabus of JEE Advanced 2021 has topics from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The free online study materials available for JEE Advanced include all the important concepts, theorems, related derivations, and numerical from all three subjects.

Best Books For JEE Advanced

Here is a list of books that every student attempting for JEE Advanced must solve-

Subject: Physics

All the NCERT Textbooks

Theories and concepts from the HC Verma Textbook (Both Volume I and II)

The Fundamentals of Physics authored by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

Problems in General Physics 

IIT Physics wrote by D.C. Pandey

Problems in Physics written by S.S. Krotov

Subject: Chemistry

All the NCERT Textbooks

Organic Chemistry is written by O. P. Tandon

Organic Chemistry is written by Peter Sykes

Organic Chemistry is written by M. S. Chauhan

Organic Chemistry is written by Morrison and Boyd

(This is a very crucial book that covers all the required topics in detail. You must read it thoroughly and highlight all the essential points during your preparation)

Physical Chemistry is written by O. P. Tandon

Concise Inorganic Chemistry is written by J. D. Lee

Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations written by R. C. Mukherjee (for practice)

Subject: Mathematics

R.D. Sharma textbooks for classes 11 and 12

Plane Trigonometry Part 1 written by S.L. Loney

Plane Coordinate Geometry (Coordinate Geometry) written by S.L. Loney

Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight

Maths XI & XII by R.D. Sharma

Problems in Calculus of Variables written by I.A. Maron

Differential Calculus the aspirants must know. Das Gupta.

Course in Mathematics for IIT-JEE written by Tata McGraw-Hill publications. (practice)

The major differences between the examinations- JEE Mains and JEE Advanced

Apart from the books mentioned, the aspirants must know the crucial points about the syllabus for both examinations. There is a minor difference between the two syllabuses. JEE Advanced contains several extra topics as compared to JEE Main. JEE Main mostly deals with topics up to the NCERT level. On the other hand, the JEE Advanced course outline covers deep inside the topics. This leads to the preparation of JEE Advanced being tougher as well as cumbersome.

Important tips for JEE Examinations

For enhancing your preparation and getting deep knowledge of the concept knowledge get to follow the below-mentioned tips for tackling JEE Advanced-

  • Make use of proper summary notes while you are using the books to study. This will give you an upper hand and help you from wasting time while reading topics that are not very important.

  • Remember to solve every MCQ after you are done with the chapters so that you know how much you have understood the topic.

  • Do not forget to take mock tests and always solve previous year's papers. One key advantage is that you will have confidence and it will prepare you for the final examination.

JEE Advanced Question Pattern 

The entrance exam of JEE Advanced 2021 is going to be conducted online. The multiple-choice questions are given with four different options and aspirants are supposed to select the correct one. Candidates will have to enter the answers for the numerical value-type questions from the keyboards.

More about JEE Advanced 2021

It is recommended for students to go through the JEE Advanced 2021 official exam pattern as published online, by IIT Kharagpur. It will help them get a better idea of the question pattern and marking scheme of the entrance examination. Aspirants will be awarded partial, zero as well as full marks in JEE Advanced. The IIT JEE advanced study material pdfs, available online covers all the important topics such as,

  • Thermodynamics,

  • Modern Physics Mechanics

  • Current Electricity and Magnetism

  • Trigonometry 

  • Differential Calculus

  • Integral Calculus

  • Vector Algebra

Aspirants are suggested to practise multiple test papers from the JEE Advanced material pdf as possible. Also, taking a greater number of mock tests will help them cope better with the exam pattern and time management skills.

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FAQs on IIT JEE Advanced Study Materials

1. What subjects are taken into consideration while checking if I qualify for admission in IITs?

Each subject is very crucial for ensuring that you make it to the IITs. Every student must pass in five subjects for the qualification purpose. These are-

  • Physics

  • Chemistry

  • Mathematics

  • A language paper

  • Any subject other than the above four

Students must give equal time and weightage to each subject, and weak subjects must be given even more time because at the end of the day, if a student performs well in every subject, except one, he or she may not qualify for the IITs.

2. How many attempts do I have to clear IIT JEE?

Every IIT JEE aspirant can write IIT JEE a maximum of two times in two consecutive years. However, every student must put in all their hard work and consistency in the first attempt, instead of trying to give multiple attempts. This is because multiple attempts do not just waste the time of the student, but also bring down their confidence levels. This is also essential so that they have time for the preparation of the next level, JEE Advanced and that they do not feel left out from the students who have known.

3. I am a NO-NCL candidate. But, my caste is appearing in the state list and not in the Central list, as mentioned under www.ncbc.nic.in. Will I be eligible for the reservation?

There is a reservation for the other backward classes, scheduled tribes, and scheduled castes. 27%, 7.5%, and 15% are the reservation rates as given by the guidelines of the Indian Government. Apart from that, the Government keeps 5% seats for the PWD category. However, you will not be eligible for availing reservation in case your name appears in the state list. For the purpose of claiming such benefits, your name must be updated in the Central list of OBCs. 

4. I have filled the Step 1 and 2 of the JEE Advanced Examination process, but I have not paid the registration fees. Can I write the JEE Examination?

Payment of registration fees is a must for all students who wish to appear for the JEE Examinations. Your registration process will not be completed unless you pay the fees, therefore your admit card will not be generated, and you will not be able to appear for the JEE Examinations. Students must also keep a check on the eligibility criteria, and verify if they are fulfilling all the criterias for ensuring they are eligible for appearing in the JEE Examinations.

5. Can I change the language of the questions during the CBT of JEE (Advanced) Examinations?

The questions will appear in the default language chosen by the aspirant. At the beginning of the paper, before 15 minutes of the start of the exam, students have to choose the medium in which they will appear for the examination. However, even while solving in the middle of the paper, the student has the option to change the language as there is an option However every that is available during the examination.