IIT / NIT / IIIT / GFTI Admission - JEE Main / Advanced 2018

JEE (MAIN) 2018 Syllabus

We have 42 boards like CBSE, ICSE, and Other State Boards across India. All the boards follow the same syllabus as per the National Curriculum Framework framed in 2005 by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).

Most of the All India Level Examinations consist of 50% of XI Subjects and 50% of XII Subjects. Physics and Chemistry subjects and syllabus are common for any All India Level Examinations like NEET, AIEEA, JEE Advanced, BITSAT. Student needs to concentrate both XI and XII equally for preparation.

  • I am interested in NEET and Medical alone, do I have to apply for JEE Main?
  • Does the syllabus differ for JEE Main / JEE Advanced?
  • Is JEE Main really tough to crack?
  • How does JEE Mains mark impact JEE Advanced 2018?
  • Do I need to really worry about JEE Main / Advanced Ranking?
D Nedunchezhizan Educational Expert says about the Entrance Examination

There is a general perception among most students that “All India Entrance Examinations” are very tough to prepare for. But this is not true! While board examinations are descriptive in nature, all entrance examinations are only objective and hence require a basic conceptual understanding of the subjects involved.

At TICF we practice some unique methods of self-study, whereby students learn to internalize important concepts in all their subjects with the help of their peers. We have arrived at this method after conducting detailed analysis of various entrance examinations over the last several years.

We believe that with the right preparation and clear mind-set any student can perform very well in objective-type entrance examinations.

Nedunchezhian D


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