JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Tests 2 & 3 Available Now
Candidates planning to appear in JEE Advanced 2018 can now take their exam preparedness a step further by taking the JEE Advanced Mock Test 2 & 3, which have been released on January 30 and February 1 respectively. IIT Kanpur, the exam conducting authority, had earlier released the JEE Advanced Mock Test 1 on December 19. No unique log-in id is required to take the JEE Advanced mock tests, as candidates simply need to click on the “Sign In” button to start the test. The JEE Advanced 2018 mock test 2 & 3 will help the candidate get acquainted with the entrance exam, which is scheduled to be conducted in computer-based mode for the first time. The mock tests have a countdown timer at the top right corner of the screen which keep updating the candidate about the time left in the exam. The questions that are included in the mock tests are taken from previous years’ question papers of JEE Advanced. The candidate must, however, be cautioned that the questions asked in and the marking scheme of the mock test are not indicative of the questions and marking scheme of JEE Advanced 2018.
JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test – Important Dates
Availability of JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test 1
December 19, 2018
Availability of JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test 2
January 30, 2018
Availability of JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test 3
February 1, 2018
JEE Advanced 2018 entrance exam
May 20, 2018
Key features of JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test
The mock tests will be available in online mode only
The mock tests will use questions from previous years’ JEE Advanced entrance exams
JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test 2 & 3 will help the candidate get an understanding of the entrance exam, which for the first time will be conducted in computer-based mode.
The marking scheme and type of questions asked are not indicative of the type and scheme of JEE Advanced 2018, something the candidate needs to note carefully.
Like JEE Advanced mock test 1, mock test 2 & 3 will also have a timer so that candidate knows how much time is left to complete the exam.
Also, the status of different questions will be indicated in different color palettes and symbols. Some of the color palettes used are:
Red- Not answered
Violet- Marked for Review
Light Grey- Not Visited
How to take the mock tests:
Candidates don’t need any unique log-in id to take the test. To take the test, the candidate has to:
Go to the JEE Advanced 2018 official website
Click on the Mock Test 2 or Mock Test 3 tab
The mock test log-in page will open. The log-in details will be set as default and the candidate isn’t required to enter any extra details.
Click on “Sign In” to start the test.
To take the JEE Advanced Mock Test 2 & 3 – Click Here
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Questions related to JEE Advanced
I passed 12 th in 2019, can I pass 12 th in again 2022 and sit in jee advanced
If you want to study class 11th and 12th again and if you have already passed once then you will have to do it from a different board and probably a state board.I believe this is not a good option because this will waste your 2 years. Instead you should give improvement exam and and enhance your marks.
Again the decision is yours, take wisely.
what is the syllabus jee advanced 2022?give me link
As of now there is no change in the syllabus for jee advanced 2022if there is any change it will be updated in the website.check the syllabus for jee advanced 2022:
hope this helps,
people say that jee advance have 2 attempts i passed 12 in 2020 and i am giving jee main in 2021 if i pass jee main then how much attempts can i give jee advance
One can attempt jee mains from three consecutive yeats and these years are counted from the time you were in class 12th and for jee advanced there are only two attempts starting in the same year in which you appeared for your boards. Therefore you were eligible for jee mains 2020 and will be eligible for all the sessions of jee mains 2021 and 2022. And for jee advanced you were eligible for jee advanced 2020 and will be eligible for jee advanced 2021. There you just have one attempt for jee advanced. For more info you may visit the following link:
i had already applied to jee mains 2021 in general category but my caste is Bc-e in caste certificate which percentage i got to select for jee advanced
Since you have filled your category as a general candidate therefore you will be considered a general student and you need to score marks in jee mains according to the general cut off to qualify for jee advanced. According to the previous year cut off a general candidate had to score at least 81 percentile to qualify jee mains and be eligible for jee advanced, however it was 49 for OBC-NCL, 32 for SC, 27 for ST, and 1 for PWD for the year 2020. Although the cut off may vary from year to year as it depends on various parameters like number of students attempting the examination, difficulty of paper, etc.
I HAVE DONE CLASS 10 IN YEAR 2017 FROM CBSE BOARD & APPEARING IN CLASS 12 FROM NIOS BOARD IN YEAR 2021 . As there is a year gap between class 10 & class 12. so I want to ask that can i fill jee advanced form and take admmission in IIT( as year gaps in class 10 &12) provided i clear advanced both ???
For appearing in criteria in jee 2021 it doesn't see that whether you have gap between your 10th and 12th std.
One of the major criteria for appearing in jee advanced is you should pass your 12th by 2021,2022 and 2023 .
Recently, education minister has waived off the 75% criteria for this year also.
For more information check out this link-