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JEE Advanced 2024 Eligibility Criteria

The main eligibility criteria is the JEE mains. Yes, only applicants who have successfully qualified for JEE Mains 2024 and ranked below 2,50,000 are eligible to take JEE Advanced 2024. 


The candidate must be a class 12 student in the academic year 2024. Candidates in the special category are eligible for a 5-year relaxation.


The student must be in the science stream, which includes Math, Physics, and Chemistry as main subjects. In addition, pupils must take the 12th-grade exam in 2024.

JEE Main

As previously said, one must have taken the JEE Mains exam and received a higher ranking. Only then will he or she be entitled to sit for the Advanced. International students do not have to take JEE Mains. However, they must meet other criteria as well.
To know more, please click on this link:


Unlike JEE Mains, a candidate may only take JEE Advanced twice in two consecutive years. 

JEE Advanced 2024 Application Process

The application procedure starts on April 21st. To find links, simply go to the official website and click on resources. After that, you will be directed through the next steps. The application process is similar to JEE Mains 2024.


To register yourself for the JEE Advanced, click on this link:

To register yourself, you need to create a profile and set a password for future access.

Application Form

The next step is to fill out the application form. The students are required to provide details like ID, mark sheets, address proof, signature, and a photograph.

TIP: It is advisable to upload the documents in PDF format for convenience.


The dates regarding the corrections are yet to be declared. Keep an eye on this space for the update.

Admit Card

Later, you can download the admit card by logging into your account. You need to use the same credentials that you used while registering.

JEE (Advanced) 2024 Fee Structure

Now, let us discuss the fee structure. This would mark the end of your application procedure. Several factors influence the fees. Because people from all around the world take this exam, the criteria vary from one another. Please refer to the table for more information.













PIO/OCI Card Holders

1450 (GEN/PWD)

OPEN (GEN): 2900, OPEN (GEN-PWD):1450

Students from SAARC Countries



Students outside SAARC Countries



JEE Advanced 2024 Entrance Exam Important Dates

The preparation for this examination starts priorly. If you regularly follow the official website JEE Advanced 2024 which is,you will see that the notice of this examination is published in November only. The important dates are as follows:

Registration and Application Submission

The JEE advanced 2024 examination registration period begins on April 21st at 10 a.m. and closes on April 30th at 5 p.m. So you have around 10 days to register and complete the application form.

Fee Payment

The last date for paying the fees is 6th May end of the day. 

JEE Advanced 2024 Admit Card

As we all know, once the registration and fee payment process is completed, the admit card will be available. Students are meant to download it between May 17th and May 26th (2:30 pm). 

Scribe Choosing

PWD candidates, or those with physical disabilities who are unable to write at a regular pace must register before the examination. The date for this is May 25th.

Examination Date

JEE Advanced 2024 will take place on May 26, 2024. Remember that there are two papers. The timings for paper 1 is 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and for paper 2 is 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Candidate Response Sheet and Answer Key

On May 31st, the candidates' responses will be displayed. Moreover, the answer key will be released on June 2nd. Candidates can leave comments or feedback until June 3rd. The final answer key and results will be announced on June 9th.

Following that, eligible students are those who scored high enough to take the AAT exam.

AAT Registration

It starts on 9th June and ends on 10th June.  On the 10th, the JoSAA starts.

AAT Exam Date

12th June from 9 am to 12 pm.

AAT Result

15th June 2024 is when the entire journey ends.

JEE Advanced 2024 Exam Pattern

The exam format is slightly different from JEE Mains. It is simpler and shorter. The marking system also benefits students, increasing their chances of achieving high scores. The pattern for both papers is similar.

Exam Pattern for Papers 1 & 2

Mode of Exam: Computer Based Test

Total Marks: 306

Number of Questions: Total 54 (18 for each subject)

Language: English & Hindi

Time: 3 Hours

Subjects: Maths, Physics, Chemistry

Marking System: No negative marking. Half-marking present

Syllabus (JEE Advanced 2024)

JEE Advanced's official website has just published a brochure with information about the syllabus, which can be found on page Annexure 1. The syllabus is familiar and, with proper practice, should be manageable.

To get the brochure, click here.

Moreover, the AAT syllabus is not mentioned in that brochure. For the same, click here

JEE Advanced 2024 Exam Centres

You are well aware of the JEE Mains exam centres. The same procedure will be followed here.  The centres will be assigned according to the IIT zones. Students can choose their preferred examination centre. There is no need to worry because all of the Indian states are covered.

However, exam centres can be assigned under certain circumstances. Refer to the same booklet for additional information about the centres. Zones are as follows:

IIT Bombay Zone

  • Goa

  • Gujarat

  • Karnataka

  • Maharashtra

IIT Guwahati Zone

  • Assam

  • Bihar

  • West Bengal

  • Mizoram

  • Manipur

  • Meghalaya

  • Sikkim

  • Tripura

  • Nagaland

IIT Delhi Zone

  • Delhi-NCR

  • Jammu and Kashmir

  • Rajasthan

IIT Roorkee Zone

  • Punjab

  • Chandigarh

  • Himachal Pradesh

  • Haryana

  • Uttar Pradesh

  • Uttarakhand

  • Nepal

  • Madhya Pradesh

IIT Kanpur Zone

  • Uttar Pradesh

  • Madhya Pradesh

  • United Arab Emirates

IIT Kharagpur Zone

  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands

  • Andhra Pradesh

  • Chattisgarh

  • Jharkhand

  • Odisha

  • West Bengal 

  • Bangladesh

IIT Madras Zone

  • Kerala

  • Tamil Nadu

  • Andhra Pradesh

  • Puducherry

  • Telangana

Study Guide for JEE Advanced 2024

There isn't enough time to prepare for JEE Advance after the Mains. One must begin preparing for both simultaneously. However, the question format and everything else in JEE Advanced are different. However, the following items mentioned below can help you:

Sample Papers:

The very first step in preparing is to solve the previous year's question papers. If you are preparing with the help of a coaching institute, you will have access to these materials. Alternatively, the question papers are available on the official website. Visit the same page and navigate to the archive section. There you will find question papers from all years. Or else, you can click on this link:

Books to Read:

The subjects are the same. However, the emphasis will be on different chapters or topics only. In such a case, these books will help you:

  • DC Pandey and H.C Verma Physics books

  • NCERT Books

  • Pankaj Joshi and Vikas Gupta’s Math Book

  • Morrison and Boyd’s Organic Chemistry 

You can refer to any other book that you feel is helpful for you. 

JEE Advanced 2024 Mock Tests

Coaching students have easy access to mock tests. To score well, it is critical to learn time management, which can be achieved by giving a mock test.

You can use various study apps as well.

Study Guide for AAT Candidates

Candidates who want to take the AAT must first pass the JEE Advanced exam. The exam will last for three hours and will assess your abilities in freehand drawing, geometrical drawing, and aesthetic awareness, among other things. Books by P.K. Mishra can be useful.

JEE Advanced 2023 Cut-Offs

If a student is aware of the previous year's cut-offs, it gives a clear direction to the preparation. Here is the 2023 data for you: 


Minimum Cut-off











How Many Students Appeared for JEE(Advanced) 2023?

1,89,744 students appear for JEE Advanced 2023. If you compare the numbers of the Mains students and the advanced students, there is a huge difference but in 2024 the numbers are most likely to increase.

JEE Advanced 2024 Response Sheet

IIT Madras will be releasing the response sheet in June. Candidates need to log in to the official website for the same.

JEE Advanced 2024 Answer Key Challenge

Candidates will only receive the answer key on June 2nd. To obtain the same, they must login to their account by visiting the official JEE Advanced website and clicking on the "Challenge answer key" link. 

Questions with ID and answers will then be provided, and candidates must select an answer and upload supporting documentation to prove their answer. Following that, they may proceed with the payment.

JEE 2023 Toppers List

Here are the Top 10 performing students in JEE Advanced last year - 

AIR 1: Vavilala Chidvilas Reddy

AIR 2: Ramesh Surya Theja 

AIR 3: Rishi Kalra 

AIR 4: Raghav Goyal 

AIR 5: Addagada Venkata Sivaram 

AIR 6: Prabhav Khandelwal 

AIR 7: Bikkina Abhinav Chowdary

AIR 8: Malay Kedia

AIR 9: Nagireddy Balaaji Reddy 

AIR 10: Yakkanti Pani Venkata Maneendhar Reddy 

JEE Advanced 2024 Placement Process

After the results are out, the students will be placed in the IITs and other top Institutes according to rank. JoSAA again will be dealing with the seat allocation. So, to secure a seat in the IITs, one must register at JoSAA and keep an eye on the website for further details regarding seat allocation.

How to Get Admission to the IITs after JEE Advanced 2024

To get admission to IITs the students must score higher than the cut-off of 2024. The highest rank holders will get admission to the IITs. 

Best Institutes for JEE Advanced 2024 Preparation

You don’t need to change Institutes for JEE Advanced. The same Institutes that you chose for JEE Mains are enough for the Advanced as well. 

Be it Chandigarh or Mumbai, you can find the Institutes at StudyDekho.

Additional Tips

  • Begin the preparation of mains and advance simultaneously.
  • Begin with the previous year's question paper.
  • The idea is to give frequent mock tests.
  • Contact other IITians.

So, start planning, hustle hard, and check back here for any updates.





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