IIT JEE (Joint entrance examination) is a national level examination conducted in India as an esteemed engineering entrance examination. The sole aim of the aspirants appearing in the JEE exam is acquiring admissions in some of the top technical and engineering institutes across India. There are lakhs of students who register and write the JEE exam every year. But there are only thousands who crack the exam and acquire admission in some of the best technical and engineering institutions like IITs, NITs, CFITs, and various other premier institutes in the country.
Students start preparing for JEE at an early stage but the exam being technical in nature, it is not easy to clear IIT JEE. This exam is considered to be one of the most difficult, demanding, and challenging engineering entrance examinations in India because of the gigantic syllabus and the questions asked which are not only tricky but demand adept analyzing and problemsolving skills. The students who wish to give JEE in 2022 should not only be academically strong but also need to be analytically strong which requires strategic planning, determination, and enthusiasm to prepare all the concepts.
Everything you need to know about IIT JEE
1
. JEE 2022 Exam Categories
2.
Syllabus for JEE Main
3.
JEE Main Exam Pattern 2022
4.
JEE Main Exam Pattern Highlights
5.
JEE Advanced Syllabus
6.
Highlights of JEE Advanced Exam Pattern
JEE 2022 Exam Categories
JEE exam is conducted in two phases – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The first phase of the entrance exam is JEE Main and only those who crack the first phase of the exam will be eligible for the second phase which is JEE Advanced. Hence, it is equally important to clear both the examinations if one aims to get admission into the prestigious colleges and institutes.
JEE Main
National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the JEE Main exam as well as declares the results and administers the counseling process. JEE Main is considered to be the preliminary stage. Students who clear this stage are provided admissions in 20 IIITs, 31 NITs, and 18 other Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). It is essential for the candidates to clear the exam and score the top ranks. Only those who are in the top ranks are eligible to appear for JEE Advanced.
This exam is conducted twice a year. Hence, JEE Main 2022 will also be conducted in multiple sessions – one in January and the other in April. Students can appear for any of the two sessions. The best score out of the two exams of JEE Main will be considered for admissions or make the student eligible for JEE Advanced. The merit list of the JEE Main is based on percentile scores.
The exam is held online in a computerbased mode and consists of three papers.
 Paper 1 is for B.Tech
 Paper 2 for B.Arch programs
 Paper 3 will be for B.Planning courses.
 The major subjects included in the syllabus are Maths, Physics, and Chemistry.
Some of the important dates that students who want to appear in 2022 examinations are given in chronological order:
JEE Main 2022 Events 
Dates 
Application form availability 
September 2021 
Last date for online submission 
October 2021 
Application correction date 
October 2021 
Admit card 
December 2021 
Exam date 
January 2022 
Answer keys release 
March 2022 
Declaration of Result 
April 2022 
Counseling 
May 2022 
JEE Advanced
The second or final phase of JEE is JEE Advanced. This exam is conducted on a rotational basis every year by 7 different zonal IITs. Candidates who clear JEE Main and score the top ranks are eligible to write this exam.
This exam is a computerbased test (online) and comprises two papers i.e paper 1 and paper 2 which are mandatory papers The exam is carried out in two shifts on the same day and only those students who clear both the exam will make it to the merit list.
After clearing this exam, aspirants are provided admissions for B.E. or B.Tech. courses in 23 IIT and 9 Primer institutes.
Some of the important dates that students who want to appear in 2022 examinations are given in chronological order:
JEE Advanced 2022 Events 
Exam Dates 
Online Registration Opening 
April 2022 
Last Day for Submission 
May 2022 
Admit Card Download 
May 2022 
Exam Date 
May 2022 
ORS online display: 
June 2022 
Review of Responses: 
June 2022 
Online display of the Answer Keys: 
June 2022 
Candidates’ Feedback on Answer Keys: 
June 2022 
Result out: 
June 2022 
Syllabus for JEE Main
A subjectwise list of all the chapters covered in the syllabus is provided below. The topicwise weightage of IIT JEE is highly uncertain, therefore, the students are advised to prepare the entire syllabus without skipping any part or concept. JEE Main syllabus is plotted as per class 11 and class 12 NCERT textbooks to ensure uniformity across the country
JEE Main Physics Syllabus
Physics and Measurement 
Thermodynamics 
Kinematics 
Rotational Motion 
Gravitation 
Work and Energy 
Power 
Properties of Solids and Liquids 
Laws of Motion 
Electronic Devices 
Oscillations 
Waves 
Current Electricity 
Electromagnetic Waves 
Communication Systems 
Electromagnetic Induction 
Magnetism 
Alternating Currents 
Magnetic Effects of Current 
Kinetic Theory of Gases 
Dual Nature of Matter 
Radiation 
Atoms 
Nuclei 
Optics 
Electrostatics 
JEE Main  Chemistry Syllabus
Physical Chemistry 
Basic concepts in Chemistry 
States of Matter 
Chemical bonding 
Atomic Structure 
Solutions 
Solutions 
Redox Reactions 
Chemical Thermodynamics 
Equilibrium 
Electrochemistry 
Surface Chemistry 
Chemical Kinetics 
Organic Chemistry 
Polymers 
Principles of Practical Chemistry 
Organic Compounds – Characterisation and Purification 
Oxygen, Halogens, and Nitrogen Organic Compounds 
Hydrocarbons 
Biomolecules 
Basics of Organic Chemistry 
Chemistry in everyday life 
Inorganic Chemistry 
Hydrogen 
Classification of Elements 
Periodicity 
Alkali metals 
Group 13 to Group 18 Elements 
Alkaline earth metals 
D and f block elements 
Coordination compounds 
Environmental chemistry 
Isolation of metals 
All three sections of chemistry are interlinked with each other. Candidates can commence with the Physical Chemistry section before preparing for the other two parts. Practicing and solving different types of questions regularly like matching type, multiplechoice, and assertion reason type questions are vital to boost one’s reasoning skills.
JEE Main Maths Syllabus
Sets, Relations, and Functions 
Complex Numbers 
Determinant 
Quadratic Equations 
Matrices 
Permutations Combinations 
Mathematical Induction 
Sequence Series 
Binomial Theorem 
Limits and Continuity 
Differentiability 
Statistics 
Differential Equations 
Integral Calculus 
Trigonometry 
Vector Algebra 
Coordinate Geometry 
Mathematical Reasoning 
3D Geometry 
Probability 
Maths is easy to score if students keep on practicing and developing a good understanding of the basic concepts. Concentrating on the concept of building and enhancing numerical solving skills are vital for the topics covered in Maths which are a perfect blend of simple and complex topics.
JEE Main Exam Pattern 2022 – It is important to know the exam pattern by which the candidates can prepare accordingly.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) from 2019 onwards has been granted the authority to design and develop the JEE Main syllabus as well as set the exam pattern. Since 2019, a few modifications have been made to the exam pattern for the consecutive years. NTA has yet again introduced some changes. They are as follows.
 Three papers for JEE Main. Paper 1 for B. E/ B. Tech, Paper 2 for B.Arch, Paper 3 for B.Planning.
 Paper 1 will now consist of 77 questions where 25 questions will be asked from each section. Earlier the paper had 90 questions in total.
 Paper 2 is now only set for B.Arch courses. It will consist of 77 questions and the total marks allotted is 400.
 Paper 3 will consist of 100 questions and the paper will be out of 4oo marks.
JEE Main Exam Pattern Highlights
Particulars 
Paper 1 
Paper 2 
Paper 3 
Exam mode 
Computerbased test 
Both online and offline 
Computerbased test 
Number Of Sections 
Three sections comprising Physics, Maths, and Chemistry. 
Three sections consist
 Mathematics
 Drawing
 Aptitude.

Three sections consisting of
 Mathematics
 Aptitude
 Planning based tests.

Duration 
3 hours 
3 hours 
3 hours 
Number Of Questions 
75 questions out of which 25 questions are asked from each section. 
Total of 77 questions
Maths 25 questions Aptitude 50 questions Drawing 2 questions. 
Total of 100 questions where Mathematics 25 questions Aptitude 50 questions Planning test  25 questions 
Question Types 
Multiple Choice Questions as well as numerical based questions. 
Maths and Aptitude  Objective Type Questions
Drawing and sketching  Skill Based 
Objective types MCQs and 5 questions in Maths will have an answer that should be filled as a numerical value. 
Total Marks 
300 
400 
400 
Language Of Paper 
Hindi and English. Gujarati is also included for candidates from some states. 
English, Hindi, and Gujarati. 
English, Hindi, and Gujarati. 
JEE Advanced Syllabus
JEE Advanced 2020 syllabus comprises topics taught in class 11 and 12 Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
JEE Advanced  Physics Syllabus
Units 
Chapters 
General Physics 
Units and Dimensions 
Experimental Analysis 
Mechanics 
Laws of motion 
Kinematics 
Systems of particles 
Gravitation 
Harmonic motions 
Waves 
The pressure in a fluid 
Thermal Physics 
Inertia 
Momentum 
Electricity and magnetism 
Magnetic Fields 
Electric Fields 
Electric current 
Capacitance 
Electromagnetic Induction 
Optics 
Reflection 
Refraction 
Wave nature of light 
Modern Physics 
Atoms and Nuclei 
JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus
Physical Chemistry 
Basic Concepts 
Energetics 
Solutions 
Nuclear Chemistry 
Surface Chemistry 
Chemical Bonding 
States of Matter 
Electrochemistry 
Chemical Equilibrium 
Solid State 
Atomic Structure 
Chemical Kinetics 
Inorganic Chemistry 
Ores 
Minerals 
Transition Elements 
Extractive Metallurgy 
Properties of Nonmetals 
Qualitative Analysis 
Preparation of Nonmetals 
Preparation of Compounds 
Properties of Compounds 
Organic Chemistry 
Basic Concepts 
Properties, Reactions, and Preparation of Alkynes 
Properties, Reactions, and Preparation of Alkenes 
Phenols 
Reactions of Benzene 
Alcohols 
Ethers 
Aldehydes and Ketones 
Alkyl halides 
Carboxylic acids 
Carbohydrate 
Haloarenes 
Practical Organic Chemistry 
Amino acids and Peptides 
Properties and uses of polymers 
JEE Advanced  Maths Syllabus
Unit 
Chapters 
Algebra 
Quadratic Equations 
Complex Numbers 
Logarithms 
Sequence and Series 
Probability 
Matrices and Determinants 
Binomial Theorem 
Permutation and Combination 
Trigonometry 
Trigonometric and Inverse Trigonometric Functions 
Vectors 
Properties of Vectors 
Differential Calculus 
Functions 
Derivatives 
Limits 
Continuity 
Integral calculus 
Differential Equations 
Integration and its application 
Analytical geometry 
3 Dimensional Geometry 
2 Dimensional Geometry 
Highlights of JEE Advanced Exam Pattern
Some of the key highlights of the exam pattern are;
 The main exam will be conducted in computerbased mode.
 JEE Advanced comprises 2 papers (Paper 1 and Paper 2) and candidates have to appear for both the papers.
 The question paper consists of three subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
 Candidates have to attempt both MCQs and numerical answer type questions.
 JEE Advanced marking scheme comprises full, partial, and zero marks scheme.
JEE Advanced Paper 1 pattern (Same for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics)
Section 
Types of questions 
No. of questions 
Maximum Marks 
Section 1 
MCQs with one or more than one correct answer 
6 
24 
Section 2 
Numerical value answer type questions 
8 
24 
Section 3 
Paragraph based questions
(2 paragraphs, each having 2 MCQs with one correct answer only) 
4 
12 
JEE Advanced Paper 2 pattern (Same for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics)
Section 
Types of questions 
No. of questions 
Maximum Marks 
Section 1 
MCQs with one or more than one correct answer 
6 
24 
Section 2 
Numerical value answer type questions 
8 
24 
Section 3 
Matching type questions with 4 options 
4 
12 
Now as you know the syllabus gear up to prepare for JEE and take admission into your dream college.
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