IIT-Delhi releases JEE Advanced Brochure; know the latest updates
The JEE Advanced 2020 brochure has been released by IIT Delhi on March 6. The authorities have announced the important dates of JEE Advanced 2020 in the prospectus along with other details related to the application process, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, syllabus, exam centres, and admit card etc.
Changes in JEE Advanced 2020
JEE Advanced has witnessed some changes regarding fee hike and exam centre. In 2019, the application fee for females and SC/ST/PwD was Rs. 1300. However, this year, the fee for JEE Advanced 2020 application form has been increased by Rs. 100. Also, Candidates belonging to other categories need to pay Rs. 2800 instead of Rs. 2600. There has been no change in the application fee for foreign-nationals. Candidates can refer to the table below to know the registration fee.
IIT-Delhi JEE Advanced fee update:
Females (All categories)
Candidates under SC/ST/PwD
Citizen of SAARC country
Citizen of Non-SAARC country
JEE Advanced Exam Centres 2020- Know the Changes
As far as JEE Advanced 2020 exam centres are concerned, centres like Panipat in Haryana, Faizabad in UP, etc. have been removed from the list of domestic centres. Also, there has been some additions in the domestic exam centres such as Belgavin in Bombay, Sambalpur in Kharagpur, etc. have been added to the list.
Candidates can refer to the list below in order to know which all exam centres have been added/removed.
JEE Advanced Newly Added Exam Centres 2020 (Domestic)
IIT Bombay Zone:
IIT Guwahati Zone:
IIT Kanpur Zone:
IIT Kharagpur Zone:
IIT Madras Zone:
IIT Roorkee Zone:
JEE Advanced Removed Exam Centres 2020 (Domestic)
Some of the exam centres which have been removed for foreign-nationals are mentioned below:
JEE Advanced Removed Exam Centres 2020 (Abroad)
Finally, JEE Advanced 2020 will be held at 167 domestic exam centres and 4 of them will be abroad. IIT Delhi will conduct JEE Advanced 2020 exam on 17 May. It is advised that candidates must bring their admit card along with their coloured passport sized photograph and a valid photo identity proof (Adhaar card, voter ID. etc.) on the day of JEE Advanced 2020.
Category-wise distribution of top 2,50,000* candidates
Number of “Top” candidates
*The total number of candidates can be slightly greater than 2,50,000 in the presence of “tied” ranks/scores in any category.
Questions related to JEE Advanced
How to get top10 rank in jee advanced if I start preperation from the remaining months ? New answer needed
Getting top 10 in JEE ADVANCED with a few months preparation is a very difficult task infact it is almost impossible. But, if you really want to crack JEE ADVANCED then I would highly suggest you to drop a year and work really hard on your problem solving skills and be crystal clear with your concepts.
TIPS TO CRACK JEE ADVANCED-
how is the book problems in physics for iit jee advanced by shashi bhushan tiwari
Hello student Physics book by Shashi bhushan tiwari is good for conceptual problems but not very recommended by teachers and toppers. You should prefer NCERT to build your basic concept and make sure you do each and every example and exercise questions of Ncert before jumping to a reference book after completing ncert thoroughly refer to your coaching material or any reference book as mentioned below -
Concept of physics by HC VERMA
IIT Jee physics 35 year chapter wise - DC Pandey.
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Can I start preparing for Jee in class 12? cause I wasnt that awareof this exam when i was im 11. first off we give 12 exam then Jee mains and then jee advance after a break of one or two months, Is this how it goes? tell me this is a big doubt to me.
JEE MAINS and JEE ADVANCED is an all India level exam so should have started preparing for it from your 11 11th standard itself but don't worry you still have funniest time left to prepare for JEE mains and advanced. First Things First utilise this locked period to strengthen your class 11 concepts and start practicing problems in the same. Dedicate at least 12 to 14 hours of your day for your preparation if you really want to crack JEE Mains.
REMEMBER IT'S NEVER TOO LATE!!!
Tips to crack JEE MAINS-
what should I do to get air1 in jee advanced by only the preparation of 8 months for jee advanced 2021 if I start preperation from August .New answer needed.
Getting an AIR 1 in Jee- Advanced in just 8 months of studying is going to be very tough. You must prepare very hard for the exam. You should focused on study and study only.
You should start by revising all the chapters in three-four months after that practise as much sample question papers and past year papers you can . You can opt for online test series which will be very beneficial. After two months practising you must be very confident of cracking it. Then for the rest two months revise every concept again and again. Don't practise heavily in the last two months, focus on clearing concepts more. Then by the end of it you will be able to score a very decent score.
What should I do to get top10 rank in jee advanced if I start preperation from now for jee advanced 2021 by only the preparation of 8 months?New answer needed.
Getting an AIR under 10 requires a lot of effort and also a lot of luck is required.
Focus more on clearing your concepts, not only clear but crystal clear, and keep on attempting problems as much as you can. Practice is the key. The more you solve the problems better will be your confidence level. Keep a study plan and stick to it. Don't work hard work smart. Know the exam syllabus and pattern and make plan according to it.