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JEE Advanced 2018 is just a few days away! With so much effort and time spent to turn the IIT dream into reality, the day of JEE Advanced is one which is very much looked forward by engineering aspirants. Most of you have been burning the midnight oil trying to give your best efforts so that you emerge out in flying colours. At present, however, the stakes are too high and mistakes cannot be afforded as you write JEE Advanced - one of the toughest engineering entrance exams at the undergraduate level. It is a competition everyone has been preparing for to give their best shot. It is important that you should be equipped with a strategy for the exam that includes a knowhow of Dos and Don’ts during JEE Advanced 2018. We at Careers360 have compiled a list of Dos and Don’ts for JEE advanced 2018 that should not just help you know all rules and guidelines but also help you execute a good exam plan.
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JEE Advanced 2018, will be conducted by IIT Kanpur on May 20, 2018. For the first time, JEE Advanced will be conducted in online mode i.e., it will be a Computer Based Test. The exam has two papers and candidates will have to appear for both. The two papers will be held on the same day in two shifts – one for each paper.
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JEE Advanced Exam Day Schedule
9: 00 PM - 12: 00 PM
2: 00 PM- 5:00 PM
List of items prohibited in the JEE Advanced exam hall
Know your JEE Advanced Exam Centre- Visit your designated exam centre for JEE Advanced a day or two in advance so you know its exact location. It will allow you to have an idea of the time it takes to reach the centre from your home as well as the time when you should start on the exam day.
Exam Day Check List- Make a checklist and use it to assemble your exam day kit. Ensure you carry your JEE Advanced Admit card 2018 and original Photo ID on the day of the exam. Keep this ready a day before the exam so that you don’t forget anything.
Report well on time at the exam centre- Reach the test centre of JEE Advanced 2018 by 7:30 a.m. Latecomers will not be allowed to write the exam and you don’t want that to happen.
What are you allowed to carry to the exam hall? The admit card and photo identity proof (Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, School/College ID, Driving License, Voter ID and Passport) will be allowed inside the examination hall
What are you allowed to wear to the exam? Wear open footwear like sandals or slippers to the examination hall. Wear half sleeved clothes
Keep your finger clean – Since your fingerprints will be taken before the exam to be matched during admissions, make sure they are clean, non-greasy or sticky.
Do not impersonate – Impersonation will result in immediate disqualification so avoid it.
Don’t carry the following items- Know what items will get you disqualified and leave them at home.
Electronic and other gadgets
Jewellery and clothing
Written or blank white paper/ piece of paper
Geometry or pencil box
No high heels or shoes
Big buttons on clothes
Any type of study material
Long sleeved clothes
Blue tooth devices
Henna on hands
Don’t wear- Clothes with big buttons, full-sleeved clothes, shoes or high heels.
Do’s for JEE Advanced 2018
Do arrive at the examination centre by 7:30 a.m
Do keep your admit card on your desk
Do listen to the instructions given in the examination hall carefully
Do check for your name, photograph and JEE Advanced 2018 roll number in front of the computer system assigned to you.
Do read the instructions given in the computer system carefully
Do read all the questions carefully
Do all of your rough work in the provided scribble pad.
Do remain in the examination hall during both the papers
Do sign the attendance sheet at the correct place
Do clear your doubts if any
Do cooperate with the authorities, while they frisk you before you enter the examination hall
Do remember to collect your JEE Advanced admit card once the exam is over.
Don’ts during JEE Advanced 2018 exam
Don’t rush through the guidelines that are given in the allotted computer
Do not indulge in any unfair practice in the exam hall
Do not misbehave with the invigilator at any point of time
Do not hurry while answering the questions
Do not disturb other candidates
Don’t answer in a hurry. On the other hand, don’t waste time also
Don’t spare more than the required amount of time on an answer.
Don’t answer questions simply as you could lose marks if you answer negatively marked questions.
What happens at the JEE Advanced Centre?
You will be frisked and your admit card along with photo ID will be checked.
After you get into the exam hall, your fingerprints will be recorded for admission purposes.
It is imperative that you be alert and ensure every formality is completed.
Note-If the invigilators have any doubt about your identity then you may not be allowed to write the exam. Since this is completely at the discretion of the authorities concerned, they may provisionally allow you to write the exam on completion of certain formalities.
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JEE Main and JEE Advanced are 2 examination to get admission in various prestigious engineering colleges in India.
Coming to jee main, from 2019 onwards jee main is conducted by NTA twice in a year in January and April. It consist of 2 papers. Paper 1 is held for BE / B.Tech admissions and Paper for B.Arch / B.Planning. JEE Main is a critical criterion for admission in India’s most prestigious and elite universities like the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IITs) and the National Institute of Technology (NIT).
You can take jee main once( i.e in jan or april ) or both. Best of the two percentile will be considered for evaluation. The candidates qualifying the cutoff marks will be eligible for JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced is conducted once every year in the month of May for admissions in IITs all over India. It is conducted by an IIT which changes every year. It consist of 2 papers:Paper1 and Paper 2 to be conducted in 2 shifts. The students who qualify the exams are considered for admissions into IITs.
Both JEE Main and Advanced are CBT(Computer Based) examinations. The syllabus is also similar except the difficulty level is higher in JEE Advanced.
JEE main is about:
JEE advanced is about:
For syllabus and further information you can refer the NTA and JEE advanced websites.
Hope this helps.
No, to appear in jee advanced 2020, you need to pass jee main 2020. The score of jee main 2019 is is invalid for 2020.
So, you need to pass jee main once again to appear for jee advanced 2020. Hope it helps
The candidates who want to give Joint entrance examination should have passed 10+2 level or any equivalent exam and are eligible to write Joint entrance examination for 2 years. For example for year 2020 joint entrance examination the candidates who have passed 10+2 level or any equivalent exam in the year 2018 and 2019 are eligible to give the exam. Please click the below link for the eligibility criteria
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