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Let's take a look at the CBSE-recommended syllabus for the Joint Entrance Examination (Main).
Detailed syllabus for JEE Main 2018
The official JEE information bulletin is released on the CBSE website every year. The extensive syllabus for the upcoming JEE Main can be checked in the prospectus issued on the CBSE website. The aspirants can, however, take a look at the curriculum that we have compiled according to the prospectus released last year. Not too many changes are expected in the same.
The aspirants should keep in mind that the curriculum consists of vital topics that are included in several national-level and state-level boards. It comprises topics that students have studied in Grades 11 and 12. The aspirants should also take into consideration the streams they study during Classes 11 and 12. Those who wish to opt for JEE Mains should opt for subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the senior secondary level.
JEE (Main + Advanced) syllabus
The curriculum for JEE Advanced is almost the same as that of JEE Mains. The only distinguishable factor that should be taken into consideration is the distribution of topics in the paper scheme. The aspirants can check the curriculum of JEE (Main + Advanced) provided here for referral purposes. The aspirants must have a good grip on the basics of each subject and they should solve as many exercises as possible to be able to get the hang of each topic. The Mathematics and Physics sections generally consist of calculation-based problems. In addition to NCERT books, the aspirants should refer to previous years' JEE papers to be able to have better clarity regarding the actual exam.
A topic wise break up for class 11 and 12 topics for the syllabus of JEE Main is given below.
Class 11 topics for JEE Main 2018 syllabus
|Unit, dimension, measurement||Periodic table and properties||Logarithms and related expressions|
|Kinematics||Mole concept||Compound angles|
|Newtons laws of motion||Nomenclature of organic compounds||Quadratic equations and expressions|
|Circular motion||Chemical bonding||Sequence and progression|
|Work, power, energy||Gaseous state||Trignometric functions,equations,inequations|
|Momentum and collision||Electronic displacement effect||Solutions of triangle|
|Centre of mass and Inertia||Atomic structure||Straight line and pair of lines|
|Elasticity, Calorimetry, Thermal expansion||Redox and equivalent concepts||Permutation and combination|
|Ktg and thermodynamics||Chemical and ionic equilibrium||Binomial Theorem|
|Simple Harmonic Motion||Chemical kinetics||Sets, relations, functions|
|Mechanical Waves||Nuclear chemistry (radioactivity)||Mathematical induction and reasoning|
Class 12 topics for JEE Main 2018 syllabus
|Geometrical Optics||Halogen Derivative||Limit, Continuity, Derivability|
|Wave Optics||Co-ordination Compounds||Method of differentiation|
|Electrostatics||Aliphatic Hydrocarbons||Indefinite Integral|
|Gravitation||Aromatic Hydrocarbons||Definite Integral|
|Current Electricity||Liquid Solution & Surface Chemistry||Application of Derivatives|
|Capacitance||Metallurgy||Determinant & Matrices|
|Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism||Alcohol & Ether||Vectors|
|Electromagnetic Induction & AC||Phenol||3-dimensional geometry|
|Nuclear physics and radioactivity||Solid State||Probability|
|Dual nature of matter and radiation||Qualitative Analysis||Differential Equation|
|Electronic devices||Carbonyl compounds||Area under curve|
|Communication systems||s, p, d & f block elements||Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola|
|Errors in Measurements & Instruments||Thermodynamics & Thermochemistry||Complex Number|
|Carboxylic acids & its derivative|
|Practical Organic Chemistry|
|S. No.||Description||Day, Date and Time|
|1||JEE (Main) 2019||April 2019|
|2||JEE (Advanced) 2019||May/June 2019|