# JEE Advanced Syllabus

JEE Advanced syllabus 2019 for physics, chemistry and maths is declared by the examination authority. The top 2.24 lakh students from Mains are eligible to appear for Advanced. Based on their performance the students are shortlisted for counselling in IITs. Since the syllabus of JEE Advanced 2019 is vast, therefore, the students are advised to start their preparations as early as possible. However, before starting your preparations, have a proper understanding of all the concepts included in JEE Advanced 2019 Syllabus and allocate more time for preparing concepts that demand extra attention.

JEE Advanced syllabus 2019 is focused more on the applications of concepts, therefore, IIT aspirants need to set an appropriate time goal to complete the syllabus well in time. Preparation of JEE Advanced is demanding and is listed among the toughest competitive exams at the undergraduate level. Therefore, utilize a majority of your preparation time in practising and strengthening concepts specified in the syllabus of JEE Advanced 2019. For successful completion of this exam, the students are required to be more logistic, dedicated, and hardworking. In JEE Advanced 2019 syllabus, the topic wise weightage given for each unit changes and many more topics are included in comparison to Mains. The students need to make sure that all the concepts included in the syllabus are covered in time to avoid further clashes.

## JEE Advanced Syllabus 2019

Mentioned below is the subject wise list of all the topics included in the syllabus of JEE Advanced 2019. Similar to last year, the examination will be conducted in the online mode. Also, the syllabus and examination pattern of IIT JEE Advanced will remain unchanged. JEE Advanced syllabus sets a baseline for all IIT aspirants to prepare what all is necessary. The students are advised to prepare each subject with the same intensity in order to ensure a meritorious position in the examination. JEE Advanced 2019 syllabus comprises of topics taught in class 11 and 12 Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

### JEE Advanced Syllabus 2019 Physics

**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

Physics is challenging for many students. Therefore, the students are advised to be extra careful while preparing this subject. Practice different types of questions and lay a lot of stress on conceptual clarity rather than just learning.

### JEE Advanced 2019 Syllabus Chemistry

**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 Non-metals Qualitative Analysis

Preparation of Non-metals 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

For many students, chemistry is most scoring and easiest in comparison to physics and maths. To excel in this section, practice questions according to their difficulty and solve several JEE level problems from every chapter before your final examination.

### Syllabus of JEE Advanced 2019 Maths

**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

Maths is not difficult but the results won’t be favourable if your basics are not clear. The formulas are the backbone of Mathematics, hence, make proper notes and revise them regularly so that you can easily recall without forgetting during the examination time.

After going through the syllabus of JEE Advanced 2019, the students are advised to analyze the examination pattern through previous years question papers and formulate an appropriate study plan accordingly.

### Previous Year Question Paper Analysis

**Paper 1:** Physics was moderate in terms of difficulty. In comparison to the last year, the paper was easy. There was a mixture of both formulae based and conceptual questions. Chemistry was quite difficult and had a combination of both calculation and conceptual questions. Mathematics was moderately easy but several questions required a strong conceptual knowledge.

**Paper 2:** Physics was quite difficult, however, it was comparatively easier than last year. Most of the questions were based on a strong conceptual base. Chemistry was quite easy, especially when compared to the last year. The paper had both conceptual and formula-based questions. Mathematics was moderately difficult, however, it was comparatively easier than last year. Several questions were conceptually based and required the use of facts and formula.

From the overall analysis, Paper 2 was rated easier than Paper 1.

## JEE Advanced Books

Chemistry |
Mathematics |
Physics |
---|---|---|

NCERT class XI and XII books | IIT Mathematics by M.L Khanna | NCERT class XI and XII Textbooks |

Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee | Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight | JEE Physics by DC Pandey |

Numerical Chemistry by P. Bahadur | Tata McGraw Hill | HC Verma Part I and II |

Physical Chemistry by Wiley | Differential Calculus by A Das Gupta | Problems in Physics by S.S Krotov |

Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd | RD Sharma Class 11 and 12 | Physics by Resnick and Halliday |

Inorganic Chemistry by OP Tandon | Trigonometry by S.L Loney | Physics by IE Irodov |

## FAQs - JEE Advanced Syllabus

### Who Has set the syllabus for JEE Advanced 2019?

IIT Roorkee has prescribed the syllabus for 2019 JEE Advanced exam.

### Are there any changes to JEE Advanced Syllabus changed for 2019?

There are no changes in the syllabus for 2019 as well. It has remained the same for almost five years now. However, topics are usually different between JEE Main and Advanced. JEE Advanced has seen changes only in its exam pattern.

### The syllabus that should be focused more on – JEE Main or Advanced?

Since there are no major changes or differences between the syllabus of JEE Main and JEE Advanced candidates can focus on JEE Main syllabus first and once they qualifying for Advanced, they can prepare accordingly.