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The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is an engineering exam used for entrance to various engineering colleges in India.
The syllabus of the two exams are given on the official websites of each.
For now, we refer you to the official website. Official website
Please note that to appear for JEE Advanced, you have to qualify in JEE Mains.
Most aspirants attend some kind of coaching classes to prepare for JEE. Additionally, the following are some useful resources.
NCERT Books are undervalued gems! As far as JEE is concerned, it is very important to know at least everything that is mentioned in the NCERT books.
The books of relevance are the class 11 and 12 textbooks of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Try to work with the English language textbooks.
Indian Government has an app to practice mock questions.
Past year questions
Past year papers will help you understand the level of questions and test your preparation.
For JEE Mains, papers are not available on their official website, but there are many other websites you can access to get these papers. Some of these are given below.
Embibe: They have a sponsored advertisement on the google search. But you have the option of simulating test conditions. Link to the website
For JEE Advanced, papers from 2007 to 2019 are available on their official website.
After the exam
For detailed information, please visit JoSAA Counselling
If an applicant is selected past both of the exams, they will spend a period in the counseling season trying to get a seat allocated in one of the colleges that might take them. This is a crucial period which may decide the rest of the career of any student. Therefore please take due care about making the right decisions!
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) is generally responsible for taking care of the seat allocations.