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IIT JEE Main and Advanced are two different level of exams that students need to qualify in order to seek admission in various IIT’s, NIT’s and National technical institutes. Only those candidates who qualified in  IIT JEE Main will be able to attend the JEE Advanced level and to make sure you qualify you need to find the best IIT-JEE Exam Coaching. Here are a few things that you must consider while preparing for IIT JEE Advanced:

  • IIT JEE Mains first: Those who are aiming for IIT JEE advanced must crack IIT JEE Mains first. JEE Main should be your first goal and try to achieve it in the first attempt itself. Good amount of revisions and extra hard work is necessary to crack JEE Main.


  • Second goal-IIT JEE Advanced: After achieving your primary goal that is JEE Main, the next target should be JEE Advanced. JEE-Advanced is for those who wish to seek admission in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Indian School of Mines (ISM) (Dhanbad). Candidates opting for JEE Main can apply for JEE Advanced as well.


  • Know about JEE Advanced: Before you start your preparations, it is important to know everything related to the exam. Go through the exam pattern and syllabus first, so that you can plan your revision accordingly.


  • Find a good coaching centre: It is good to learn from some IIT JEE coaching institutes rather than self study. Because coaching institutes can provide you proper guidance and exam oriented training so that you will get a thorough understanding of all the subjects in a very short period of time.


  • Make a timetable: It is good to start your IIT JEE preparation from your XI standard itself. Create a complete timetable by understanding each subject and topics. Dedicate more time to tough subjects and start concentrating on them in the first year itself. Since both IIT JEE Main and Advanced syllabus are based on your class XI and XII subjects, it will be more easy for you to plan your revisions.


  • Remember the mistakes you did in JEE Main: Most students make lots of mistakes during the Main exam and they should be very careful not to repeat them during the Advanced level. Students does certain common mistakes like skipping easy questions to adjust their time on tough questions, misunderstanding questions and using wrong formulas, answering in the wrong order etc. All these mistakes must be identified and corrected before JEE Advanced exam.


  • Concentrate on AAT: Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) is the fourth subject in IIT JEE Advanced exam. It includes topics like Freehand Drawing, Geometrical Drawing, 3D perception, Imagination and Aesthetic Sensitivity and Architectural Awareness. Give more attention to this subject while writing JEE Advanced because this subject will help you to score good marks.


  • Practice more: No amount of coaching classes or preparation will help you to achieve your goals unless you practice more and more JEE Advanced questions. Try to solve as many old question papers and sample test papers as possible.