Now that engineering aspirants are through with their JEE (Mains) 2014, it is time for them to buckle up for the next step, i.e. JEE (Advanced) 2014 . The exam is going to be held on May 25, 2014.
The JEE (Advanced) question paper consists of questions from: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Students may find Physics as a daunting subject and see fear clouding their mind before the exam. So, to help these students we have complied a few helpful tips for which will them prepare for the subject.
The exam consists of two objective type (MCQ) question papers, designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates. Both the papers will be held for a duration of three hours and are made of three separate sections on Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
Candidates can answer the questions in English or Hindi. Negative making is applicable for every wrong answer.
Heat and Thermodynamics
Waves and Sound
Capacitors and Electrostatics
Optics and Modern Physics
Tips & Tricks :
1. Though not the most scoring, Mechanics is one topic which forms the major portion of the JEE (ADVANCED) in terms of marks. Hence students should not neglect the subject.
Students should concentrate on the scoring topics such as Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, etc.
2. Kinematics and Particle dynamics are very important topics of Mechanics that make regular appearance in the JEE papers.
3. According to the general trends, Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism are the most important topics in terms of the number of questions asked in JEE of previous years.
4. The following is a list of topics which have seen to carry the maximum weightage in the previous JEE Advanced exams:
Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism (Equal importance)
Heat and Thermodynamics and Waves and Sound
Measurement and errors
5. Thermodynamics is an important topic in both Physics and Chemistry so students should concentrate on that as well. It is wise to cover Wave Optics first in ‘Optics’ topic. The reason is that the portion is smaller compared to Ray Optics thus quick to cover.