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The registration for JEE Advanced 2017 examination starts from April 28, 2017. JEE Advanced exam is going to be held on May 21, 2017. JEE Advanced 2017 is comprised of three different sections named as Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry.

The examination will be conducted in both online and offline modes. Mathematics is one of the difficult and time-consuming sections because candidates have to remember formulas.

**JEE Advanced **is organised by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and for the year 2017 JEE Advanced examination will be conducted by IIT Madras. It is a national level examination opens for both the Indian and Foreign national candidates. Only those candidates are eligible to apply for JEE Advanced who have cleared JEE Mains examination.

The examination pattern of JEE Advanced 2017 keeps on changing every year. The paper will be conducted in two forms i.e. Paper I and Paper II with two different time slots. The time duration to complete the paper is 3 hours. The JEE Advanced 2017 examination is comprised of 90 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). The questions will be asked from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

The following is the explanation of both the Paper I & Paper II examination pattern:

Paper I is divided into three sections contains questions of 264 marks. 8 Mathematical questions asked in the first section, 10 questions asked in the second section, and 2 Mathematics questions asked in the last section.

Paper II is comprised of 60 questions and it is also divided into three sections. This paper begins at 2 PM and ends at 5 PM. This paper contains questions of 240 marks. The first and second sections of this paper contain 8 Mathematical questions and 2 paragraphs based mathematical questions asked in the last section.

The JEE Advanced syllabus covers all the Mathematical topics so that candidates can secure good marks in the examination. The Mathematical syllabus for **JEE Advanced 2017 **are explained as below:

- Algebra
- Integral Calculus
- Trigonometry
- Analytical Geometry
- Differential Calculus
- Vectors

Both the papers i.e. Paper I and Paper II has different marking scheme which is explained as below:

In this paper for every correct answer candidates will be awarded by 4 marks but for every incorrect answer no marks will be deducted in the first section. Whereas second and last section 2 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.

In Paper II for every correct answer candidates will be awarded by 4 marks but 2 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer in second and last section. No marks will be deducted for an incorrect answer in the first section.

The following table shows the important topics of Mathematics along with their weight age:

Topics | Weight age |
---|---|

Probability | 7% |

Definite Integration | 6% |

Circles | 5% |

Vectors | 5% |

Theory of Equations | 5% |

Sequence and Series | 5% |

Complex Numbers | 5% |

3D | 5% |

Matrices and Determinants | 4% |

Differential Coefficient | 4% |

Seta Relations and Functions | 4% |

Application of Derivatives | 4% |

Trigonometry | 5% |

Parabola | 3% |

Limits | 3% |

Heights and Distances | 2% |

P & C | 2% |

Straight Lines | 2% |

Areas | 2% |

Differential Equations | 2% |

Continuity and Different Ability | 2% |

The following table shows the names of Mathematics books along with their author names that are required for the JEE Advanced preparation:

Name of the Books | Author Name |
---|---|

Maths XI & XII | R.D. Sharma or R.S. Agarwal |

Higher Algebra | Hall Knight or Bornard and Child |

Problems in Calculus of One Variable | I.A. Maron |

Algebra | Arihant Prakashan |

Differential Calculus | Arihant Prakashan |

Integral Calculus | Arihant Prakashan |

Plane Trigonometry Part I | S.L. Loney |

Plane Co-ordinate Geometry | S.L. Loney |

Vector | Shanti Narayan |

Introduction Probability & its Applications | W. Feller |

Vector and 3D Geometry | Arihant Prakashan |

Mathematics | Tata McGraw Hill |

Calculus | J. Edward |

Problems in Mathematics | V. Govorov, P. Dybov, and S. Smirnova |

Co-ordinate Geometry | Dr. Gorakh Prasad |

Elementary Maths | Patapov, DoroFeev |

Problem in Mathematical Analysis | G.N. Berman |

Complete course IIT Mathematics | Tata McGraw Hill |

IIT Mathematics Plus | A Dasgupta |

A good preparation increases the chances of cracking the JEE Advanced entrance exam. Given below are the preparation tips required for the Mathematics section:

- Candidates are advised to practice a maximum number of mock test or previous year question papers every day. They should solve at least 3 question papers on the daily basis.
- They have to start solving an easy set of questions and then attempt medium questions and finally solve difficult level of questions. They are advised to solve questions in a short period of time.
- Students need to manage their time in such a way that they should solve mathematics problem within 1 hour 20 minutes.
- Candidates should not start revising new topics at the last moment of examination. They should aware about the examination pattern and marking scheme.
- The Mathematical section is time-consuming and difficult that’s why candidates need to increase their speed of solving questions.

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