JEE Advanced is scheduled to be conducted on August 23 this year. JEE Advanced is a competitive entrance test which has to be compulsorily cleared by students in order to get admission in the IITs.
The revised dates for JEE Advanced have been announced, right few days after announcing the revised dates for JEE Mains. JEE Mains is also a competitive entrance exam compulsory for admissions in NITs.
It is a compulsion to clear JEE Mains in order to go for JEE Advanced. If you fail to get the desired score in JEE Mains, by no means you can be allowed to appear for JEE Advanced. The top 2,50,000 candidates who are successful in clearing the cut off in JEE Main exam are allowed to appear for the JEE Advanced exam.
The JEE Advanced exam has been postponed following the postponement of the JEE Main exam. All of these examinations are being postponed in the view of the COVID 19 outbreak. Previously, The JEE Advanced exam was scheduled on the 17th of May.
The JEE Advanced registration window will commence only after the declaration of the results of the second JEE Mains exam. The JEE Advanced registration window is usually open for a week’s time.
The second JEE Mains is scheduled to be held in July, between July 18 and July 23. Declaration of result can be expected in the weeks that follow.
The competitive entrance exam is held in computer based mode (CBT). It is conducted in two papers, that is, paper 1 and paper 2. The duration of the test is 3 hours for each paper.
The extended lockdown period amidst the corona virus outbreak can have proved to be a boon to the JEE aspirants. This period gives them ample time to gear up for the examination and come out with flying colours. Children have been awaiting the declaration of the examinations since long. Now that they have attained the same, they would be able to study and prepare accordingly with their utmost will.