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April 20, 2019 • 2:34 pm

JEE Advanced FAQs- Questions to Help You Better Understand the Exam!

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JEE Advanced FAQs

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Generally, students are always surrounded by many questions despite having all the details. No matter how deep the details are given, one will always have a doubt. But that’s human nature, we can’t help it.

This is same in the case with JEE Advanced Exam as well. One will always remain confused. Obviously, no one wants to miss a chance to appear in the exam because of a single mistake. So, in order to clear all the doubts & queries, Eduncle has come up with the JEE Advanced FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions).

Here in this article, we have answered to the Most Asked Questions or we can say the FAQs regarding JEE Advanced Exam.

Please have a look at them.

 

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JEE Advanced FAQs- Answers to Your Questions!

 

Question 1: What is JEE Advanced Exam?

Answer: JEE Advanced is the second phase of the IIT JEE Exam which is conducted for providing admission in UG Engineering Courses in IITs and ISM Dhanbad.

 

Question 2: Who all are eligible for JEE Advanced Exam?

Answer: The JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria is based on the following factors:

JEE Advanced Qualification Marks

Age Limit

Number of Attempts

Educational Qualification for JEE Advanced

Eligibility Criteria for IITs Admissions

You can check the complete eligibility criteria here- JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria.

 

Question 3: When JEE Advanced 2019 Exam will be conducted?

Answer: JEE Advanced 2019 Exam will be conducted on 27th May 2019. It will be conducted in two shifts: Paper 1 (09:00 AM to 12:00 PM) and Paper 2 (02:00 PM to 05:00 PM).

 

Question 4: Is Aadhar Card compulsory for JEE Advanced Exam?

Answer: Yes, Aadhar card is a mandatory document for the JEE Aspirants. Without this document, candidates will not be considered eligible for the exam.

 

Question 5: Does the JEE Advanced Syllabus and Exam Pattern changed for the 2019 session?

Answer: No, the JEE Advanced Syllabus and JEE Advanced Exam Pattern will remain the same as it was.

 

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Question 6: What all documents are required during the online application process of JEE Advanced Exam?

Answer: While registering for the JEE Advanced Exam, you are required to upload the following documents:

Class 10th Mark Sheet.

Class 12th Mark Sheet.

Caste/Category Certificate.

Scribe form (for handicapped candidates).

 

Question 7. Can I use the calculator in the JEE Advanced Exam?

Answer: No, you are not allowed to bring the physical calculator in the exam hall. You will be provided with a virtual calculator during the exam.

 

Question 8. How can I apply for the JEE Advanced Exam?

Answer: First you should ensure whether you are eligible for JEE advanced Exam or not. After this, you need to fill the online application form. You can check the complete details and the process to fill the form here- JEE Advanced Application Form.

 

Question 9. Is there any dress code to appear in JEE Advanced Exam?

Answer: There is no dress code for JEE Advanced Exam. But you must not wear unnecessary things like earrings, chains, rings, bangles, etc. You are only allowed to wear a simple analog watch.

 

Question 10. I entered the wrong details in the JEE Advanced Application Form. Can I correct my details?

Answer: You can correct your details until the time it is submitted. After that, you will not be able to make corrections in your application form.

 

Question 11. When and how can I download my JEE Advanced Admit Card?

Answer: You will be able to download your JEE Advanced Admit Card from 20th to 27th May 2019. You can check the complete procedure to download your admit card here- JEE Advanced Admit Card.

 

Question 12. I took JEE Exam 2017 and 2018 both. Am I eligible for JEE Advanced 2019 Exam?

Answer: No, you are not eligible for the JEE Advanced 2019 Exam. You will only get two attempts for JEE Advanced Exam and that too in the consecutive years only.

 

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Question 13. I passed my Class 12th in 2017 with good marks. I did not appear in JEE 2017 and 2018 exam. Can I take JEE Advanced 2019 Exam?

Answer: No, you cannot take the exam. If you have passed your Class 12th board exams in 2018 or 2019 for the first time, only then you are eligible for the exam.

 

Question 14. Will the JEE Advanced Exam be conducted in the Hindi Language?

Answer: Yes, JEE Advanced Exam is conducted in two languages: English and Hindi.

 

Question 15. When will the result of JEE Advanced 2019 be declared?

Answer: JEE Advanced 2019 Result is expected to be declared on 14th June 2019.

 

Question 16. Is there any separate admit card for JEE Advanced AAT 2019?

Answer: No, for JEE Advanced AAT Exam you will have to carry the JEE Advanced Exam admit card.

 

Question 17. Will the JEE Advanced Exam be conducted online or offline?

Answer: JEE Advanced Exam will be conducted in Online mode.

 

Question 18. PIO/OCI holders eligible for JEE Advanced Exam 2019?

Answer: Yes, students with PIO/OCI card are also eligible for JEE Advanced Exam 2019.

 

Question 19. Are there any changes in the JoSSA Counselling Process?

Answer: JEE Advanced Counselling Procedure is the same as it was earlier.

 

Question 20. Is it compulsory to appear in the JEE Advanced AAT Exam?

Answer: No, it’s not. If you want to purse Architectural courses, only then you have to appear in the JEE Advanced AAT Exam. After qualifying the AAT Exam you will be admitted to 5 years B.Arch. program.

 

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So, with this we came to an end of this article. We have covered all the questions which almost every student asks for.

Still, if you think we are missing out on any question, you can mention it in the comments’ section below. We will try to answer your question as early as possible.

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