IIT JEE Main and Advanced previous year question papers with solutions
JEE Main and Advanced previous year question papers with solutions
So, you are preparing for JEE Main? Are you ready to take on the challenge? What is it that makes JEE Main so difficult anyway? Maybe, it’s the competition: 1 million+ students appear for JEE Main every year. Or maybe, it's the vast syllabus. Whatever the reason, JEE Main, conducted by CBSE, is rated among the toughest entrance exams at the undergraduate level. To crack JEE Main, you must start studying right now, but remember to base and build your efforts on a sound strategy.
While preparing for JEE, previous years' question papers are a good place to start. The syllabus for JEE Main is the same as the CBSE syllabus for Physics, Chemistry and Maths of Class 11 and 12. While referring to the previous years' question papers for JEE, make sure you refer to the solutions. Studying the solutions will not only give you an idea of the paper pattern for JEE Main but will also help you understand how to apply your knowledge to answer questions correctly.
Once you clear JEE Main, you are eligible to apply to JEE Advanced based on your rank. Students who aim to get admission to IITs or ISM Dhanbad appear for JEE Advanced. JEE Advanced is a tad more difficult to crack than JEE Main. Here, students must have in-depth knowledge and profound conceptual understanding. Just like JEE Main, for JEE Advanced too, start preparations by taking a close look at the previous years' question papers.
Why refer to Previous Years' Papers for JEE ?
- For competitive exams like JEE the previous years' papers are the best way to get exam ready.
- Past years' question papers give you a first-hand idea of the question paper pattern and the allotment of marks.
- If you analyse past years' question papers closely, you will see trends and patterns which will help you to get more marks, as the questions are as close as the questions you can get in the exam.
- You may also expect questions to repeat from past years' question papers. So, if you are lucky, you may get a familiar question or two in your exam from a past years' question paper.