JEE Syllabus For JEE Advanced 2020

JEE Advanced is the second and final leg of IIT-JEE. Aspirants who score high marks and secure a good rank in JEE Main are eligible to answer JEE Advanced. Students who clear this exam will be eligible to apply for admissions to the top engineering colleges and IITs.

Starting 2020, JEE Advanced has become computerised and has two papers. Both papers are conducted on the same day. And students who do well in both these papers make it to the merit list.

To successfully crack IIT-JEE, students must have a thorough conceptual understanding of the topics included in the syllabus. However, simply getting familiar with the topics is not enough; students must also be aware of the weightage of the topics. Teaming up smart work with dedication is the best way to go about such entrance exams.

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  • Chemistry  |  View Syllabus

    • Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry

      • Stoichiometry
      • Chemical Equation

      States of Matter

      • Solid State
      • Ionic Equation
      • Gaseous State

      Atomic Structure

      • Atomic Structure

      Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

      • Chemical Bonding

      Chemical Thermodynamics

      • Thermodynamics
      • Thermo Chemistry

      Solid State

      Solutions

      • Liquid Solution

      Equilibrium

      Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry

      • Redox Reaction
      • Electrochemistry

      Chemical Kinetics

      • Chemical Kinetics

      Surface Chemistry

      • Surface Chemistry

      Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

      • Periodic Properties
      • P Block
      • D Block

      General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals

      • Metallurgy

      Hydrogen

      s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)

      • Block chemistry

      p-Block Elements

      d - and f - Block Elements

      Co-ordination Compounds

      • Isomerism
      • Coordination Compound

      Environmental Chemistry

      Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds

      Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry

      • IUPAC
      • General Organic Chemistry

      Hydrocarbons

      • Polymer
      • Hydrocarbons
      • Carbene
      • Aromatic Compounds
      • Acid Derivatives

      Organic Compounds Containing Halogens

      • Halide

      Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen

      • Alcohol
      • Carboxylic Compounds
      • Phenol

      Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

      • Amine

      Polymers

      Biomolecules

      • Biomolecule

      Chemistry in Everyday Life

      Principles Related to Practical Chemistry

      • Salt Analysis
      • Carbonyl Compound
  • Mathematics  |  View Syllabus

    • Sets, Relations and Functions

      • Basic Maths
      • Function
      • SET and Relation
      • Relation

      Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations

      • Quadratic Equations
      • Inequality
      • Complex Numbers

      Matrices and Determinants

      • Matrix
      • Determinant

      Permutations and Combinations

      • Permutations

      Mathematical Induction

      Binomial Theorem and its Simple Applications

      • Binomial Theorem

      Sequences and Series

      • Progression

      Limit, Continuity and Differentiability

      • Tangent and Normal
      • Polynomial
      • Monotonocity
      • Maxima and Minima
      • Logarithm
      • Limits
      • Differentiation
      • Differentiability
      • Continuity

      Integral Calculus

      • Integration
      • Indefinite Integrals
      • Definite Integrals
      • Area Under Curves

      Differential Equations

      • Differential Equation

      Co-ordinate Geometry

      • Hyperbola
      • Circle
      • Conics
      • Coordinate Geometry
      • Straight Line
      • Parabola
      • Ellipse

      Three Dimensional Geometry

      • Three Dimension Geometry
      • Vector

      Vector Algebra

      Statistics and Probability

      • Variance
      • Statistics
      • Probability
      • Mean Deviation
      • Mean and Variance
      • Mean

      Trigonometry

      • Trigonometry
      • Solution of Triangle
      • Inverse Trigonometric Function
      • Height and Distance

      Mathematical Reasoning

      • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Physics  |  View Syllabus

    • Physics and Measurement

      • Units and Dimension
      • Error Analysis

      Kinematics

      • Vector
      • Kinematics
      • Circular Motion

      Laws of Motion

      • Newtons Laws of Motion

      Work, Energy and Power

      • Work Energy and Power

      Rotational Motion

      • Rotational Motion

      Gravitation

      • Gravitation

      Properties of Solids and Liquids

      • Thermal Expansion
      • Surface Tension
      • Heat
      • fluid
      • Elasticity

      Thermodynamics

      • Thermodynamics

      Kinetic Theory of Gases

      Oscillations and Waves

      • Simple Harmonic Motion
      • Sound Wave
      • Wave

      Electrostatics

      • Electrostatics
      • Capacitance

      Current Electricity

      • Electric Current

      Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism

      • Magnetism
      • Electromagnets

      Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

      • AC

      Electromagnetic Waves

      Optics

      • Geometrical Optics
      • Wave Optics

      Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

      • Modern Physics

      Atoms and Nuclei

      Electronic Devices

      • Semi Conductor
      • EMI

      Communication Systems

      • Communication Systems

Strategies to Tackle IIT-JEE Syllabus 2020

The IIT-JEE Advanced syllabus is vast, no doubt, but you are already familiar with it. The IIT-JEE Advanced 2020 syllabus mostly overlaps with the Class 12 board exam curriculum, i.e. including the chapters from the NCERT textbooks. So, while you may refer to NCERT solutions, cracking JEE Advanced 2020 is not the same as clearing the Class 12 board exams. It is way tougher and more competitive. So, what should you do differently?

First of all, approach your syllabus from the JEE Advanced 2020 perspective.

Second, get accustomed to the questions and the difficulty level of the exam.

And third, follow these quick tips and tricks below:

  • Get familiar with the IIT-JEE study material 
  • Divide the topics into three parts—strong areas, weak areas and moderate areas
  • Count your strong areas to fetch more marks, but don’t leave out the rest entirely
  • Refer to solved examples and previous years’ papers 
  • Take at least 3–6 full-length mock tests 
  • Analyse your mistakes and learn from them

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