JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2019

The Joint Entrance Examination  (JEE) Advanced forms the basis for admission to the courses in Engineering, Science and Architecture in all the IITs. JEE Advanced Examination is conducted by one of the participating IITs on a rotational basis. The JEE Advanced 2019 is organized by IIT Roorkee.
 
This article explains the question pattern followed in the JEE Advanced Examination for the examination Papers 1 and 2. The JEE Advanced syllabus covers the topics and concepts in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.  

JEE Advanced 2019 Overview

The table below presents an overview of the JEE Advanced 2019.
 

Conducting Body

IIT Roorkee

Official Website

https://jeeadv.ac.in

Purpose of Examination

Admission to courses in Engineering, Science and Architecture in all IITs

Time Duration of each Paper

3 hours

Mode of Exam

Computer Based Test (CBT)

Language

English and Hindi (Preference of Candidate)

Number of Papers

2

Number of Subjects

3

Types of Questions

Multiple Choice and Non-Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ and Non-MCQs)

 

JEE Advanced 2019 Total Marks

The JEE Advanced 2019 exam will have two papers. Both the papers are compulsory. Each paper is of 3 hours duration and will have questions in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
 
The total number of questions asked in each section of Paper I and 2 are given below.
 

Paper

Section

No. of Questions

Mark Per Question

Total Marks

Negative Marking

1

A

5

3

15

-1

B

8

4

32

-2

C

5

3

15

-1

2

A

6

3

18

-1

B

8

4

32

-2

C

4

3

12

0

 
A total of 3 marks is awarded for sections A and C and a total of 4 marks is awarded for section B for both the papers. If there is incomplete marking on the right answer, 1 mark is awarded. A negative marking of 1 and 2 is given if a wrong answer is specified for sections A and B respectively for both the papers. However, there is no negative marking for section C.
The total number of questions do not remain the same and hence, the total marks have fluctuated over the years. For instance, the total marks were 180, 183 and 186 in 2018, 2017 and 2016 respectively.
 

JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2019

The JEE Advanced Examination follows a question pattern comprising of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) – Single Answer, More than one Correct Answer, Comprehension Type and Numerical Answer Type Questions – Single Digit Integer.
 
The JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 1 is divided into three sections and the details of each section are given below.
 
  • Part-A contains 5 MCQs. Each question has 4 options with only one correct answer.
  • Part-B contains 8 MCQs. Each question has 4 options with one or more correct answers.
  • Part-C contains 5 questions with a single digit integer ranging from 0 to 9.
 
Paper 2 is divided into three parts, details of which are given below.
 
  • Part-A contains 6 MCQs. Each question has 4 options with one correct answer.
  • Part-B contains 8 MCQs. Each question has 4 options with one correct answer. The questions will comprise of four paragraphs that include data interpretation, practical aspects as well as a thesis. Each paragraph will have 2 questions.
  • Part-C contains 4 different matching type questions. The matching options will be coded as a, b, c and d. The applicant has to choose the correct codes based on the questions asked.
 

Previous years pattern of JEE Advanced 2019 Exam

 An analysis of previous year question papers is given below.
 

Year

Question Type

No of Questions

Marks Per Question

Negative Marking

Total Marks

Partial Marks

2018 - Paper 1

Section A

6

4

-2

24

3 (If three correct options are chosen but all four options are correct)

2 (If two correct options are chosen but three or more options are correct)

1 (If one correct option is chosen but two or more options are correct)

Section B

8

3

0

24

Not Applicable

Section C

2

3

-1

12

Not Applicable

2018 - Paper 2

Section A

6

4

-2

24

3 (If three correct options are chosen but all four options are correct)

2 (If two correct options are chosen but three or more options are correct)

1 (If one correct option is chosen but two or more options are correct)

Section B

8

3

0

24

Not Applicable

Section C

4

3

-1

12

Not Applicable

2017 - Paper 1

Section A

7

4

-2

28

1

Section B

5

3

0

15

Not Applicable

Section C

6

3

-1

18

Not Applicable

2017 – Paper 2

Section A

7

4

-2

28

1

Section B

7

3

-1 (Single Correct)

21

Not Applicable

Section C

4

3

0 (Paragraph)

12

Not Applicable

2016 – Paper 1

Section A

8

4

-2

32

1

Section B

5

3

0

15

Not Applicable

Section C

5

3

-1

15

Not Applicable

2016 – Paper 2

Section A

8

4

-2

32

1

Section B

6

3

-1

18

Not Applicable

Section C

4

3

0

12

Not Applicable

2015 – Paper 1

Section A

10

4

-2

40

-

Section B

8

4

0

32

-

Section C

2

3

-1

6

-

2015 – Paper 2

Section A

8

4

-2

32

-

Section B

8

4

0

32

-

Section C

4

4

-2

16

-

 

JEE Advanced AAT 2019 Pattern 

The JEE Advanced Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) is the examination conducted for the admission into B.Arch. course by seven participating IITs. The AAT examination is conducted after successfully qualifying in the JEE Mains examination.

Exam Details

The exam is conducted in the venue of seven IITs and the duration of the examination is 3 hours. The cut-off score for qualifying in the AAT will be decided by the Joint Implementation Committee of the JEE Advanced Examination. The questions are asked in English and the questions cover topics such as Architecture Awareness, 3-D Perception, Geometry, etc.
 

AAT 2019 Syllabus

The syllabus includes Freehand Drawing, Geometrical Drawing, 3-D Perception, Imagination, and Aesthetic Sensitivity and Architectural Awareness.
 
  • Freehand Drawing – Objects and their right form and proportion, surface texture, relative location and details of component parts in appropriate scale, common domestic or day-to-day life usable objects like furniture, equipment, etc. from memory
  • Geometrical Drawing – Lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, etc., study of the plan (top view), elevation (front or side views) of simple solid objects like prisms, cones, cylinders, cubes, splayed surface holders, etc.
  • 3-D Perception – Understanding and appreciation of 3-D forms with building elements, color, volume and orientation, visualization through structuring objects in memory
  • Imagination and Aesthetic Sensitivity – Composition exercise with given elements, context mapping, creativity check through the innovative uncommon test with familiar objects, the sense of color grouping or application
  • Architectural Awareness – Contains questions from General interest and awareness of famous national and international architectural creations, places, and personalities like renowned architects, designers, etc. in a related domain
 
 JEE Advanced Syllabus 
 

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