5 Jee Advanced Important Insights A Candidate Must Remember

5 Jee Advanced Important Insights A Candidate Must Remember

Jee Advanced History

  • The first IIT was IIT- Kharagpur, which was established in 1951. For about 3 years, students were admitted to IIT – Kharagpur on the basis of their academic performance. As time passed and competition became a little difficult, management decided that now there will be admission in IIT through an entrance exam. In view of the success of the first IIT, a provision was made to introduce more such institutions in the country.
  • Starting from 1955, for the next 5 years, IIT Kharagpur began to admit the students through a National Level Entrance Examination. Initial this Entrance Examination was called CEE. Later in 1961, an Act was enacted which was related to all contemporary IITs. That Act was called the IIT Act – 1961.
  • 1 National Level Common Engineering Entrance Entrance Test was started in 2002. This test was called AIEEE but in 2012 the name of this test was changed to Jee Main and IIT Jee Entrance Exam changed to Jee Advanced. Another change was made in this Entrance Examination in 2018. After this change, only the top qualified students of Jee Main can appear in the JEE Advanced Examination.

JEE Advanced 2020 Important Dates


Online Registration Start Date (Foreign Aspirants)



Online Registration Start Date (JEE Main Qualified)



Last Date For Online Registration



Fee Payment Last Date


Jee Advanced 2020 Important Links


For Online Registration and Fee Payment

Link Will Be Active On 12/09/2020


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Jee Advanced 2020 Exam Date

The JEE Advanced 2020 will be organized in two shifts on 27 September 2020. The first shift will be from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, in which paper-1 will be conducted. The second shift will be from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm in which Paper 2 will be taken.

Jee Advanced 2020 Result Announcement

The JEE Advanced 2020 result will be announced on 5 October 2020. The seat allotment process will start from 6 October 2020. The closing date for the seat allotment process will be 9 November 2020.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • For foreign students studying in Abroad studied 10+2 or its equivalent.
  • Candidates who had qualified the JEE Main Exam and are among the top 1,50,000 students.
  • The maximum age limit for UR/OBC/EWS candidates is 25 years, as well as the maximum age limit for SC/ST/PH candidates, which is 30 years.
  • In order to appear in the JEE Advanced exam, the candidate must be in the top 20 percentile students of his or her respective Boards. Currently, this requirement is not implemented in 2020.

JEE Advanced Selection Procedure

The selection of the eligible candidates completely depends on their performance in the entrance exam. Candidates can see the opening and closing rank of the last few years by visiting the official website of Jee Advanced (jeeadv.ac.in). The opening and closing rank of each year is approximately equal to as compare to the previous year’s. By looking at the closing and opening ranks of the last 3 to 4 years. it can be estimated that the closing and opening rank of the JEE Advanced Exam in 2020.

JEE Advanced Preparation Tips

If we talk about preparation tips for JEE Advance 2020. We will find that the gap between JEE Main and JEE Advanced in 2020 is very less. It is almost a 20-day gap. Now a candidate has to fully utilize these 20 days. Students can follow the following steps to have a good performance.

  • First of all, candidates need to recognize their strengths. By identifying strength here it means that the candidate should know what category of student he is. Is the mediocre or brilliant?
  • Candidates should revise their short notes every day in the morning for at least 2 hours and work on the questioning solving strategy based on that.
  • Must have solved at least one mock test throughout the day. If they cannot solve the entire test at once, then they should make a maximum of three schedules for each subject such as Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics. Now they have to attempt that test schedule-wise for one hour each.
  • Along with attempting the mock test. The candidates should solve at least 60 questions regularly 20 on each subject. The difficulty level should be as per the JEE Advanced.
  • If the student is at the mediocre level then he should not attempt AITS of any coaching. Because in AITS if students do not perform well it also downgrades its confidence. At this time we should not do this at all. We should keep our morale high and our target should remain open, and we should dedicate towards our target.
  • If the student is brilliant and solves any AITS in the time limit, then only to engage with AITS.
  • If there is a person in the domain of a candidate who has cleared the JEE Advanced exam, then the candidate should not hesitate to ask for any kind of assistance from such a person.

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