JEE Advanced Questions

JEE Advanced Important Questions 

The JEE Advanced Exam consists of three sections – Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. To ensure a high All India Rank in the examination, aspirants must pay attention to every minute aspect, and must practise questions from past JEE Advanced examinations. They will get an idea about the type of questions asked in the JEE Advanced examination. 

JEE Advanced Important Questions of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics 

Students should focus on every aspect of the question paper properly. It will help them in scoring good marks in the examination. They can also include JEE Advanced sample papers in their preparations to get a high All India Rank [AIR]. Additionally, it is recommended that candidates should follow NCERT textbooks to score good marks in all the three sections – Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. The course content of the NCERT books is designed in a way that can help the students in learning the basic concepts. Students should start practising at least 50-100 MCQs daily to understand the basis of the numericals and other related problems.  

JEE Advanced Important Questions

The list of the important questions for the JEE Advanced sections are mentioned below for all the three subjects – Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Candidates can refer them to start the preparation for the JEE Advanced examination. The important questions will help the candidates to understand the JEE Advanced examination pattern. Additionally, students should note that as per  the feedback collected from the experts and students there is no definitive pattern for the JEE Advanced examination. 

Physics is considered one of the toughest subjects in the examination. Students should refer to the JEE Advanced syllabus from the Extramarks website to initiate their preparations. The following is the list of topics that carry a high weightage. 

  • Condition 
  • Newton’s Law of Cooling 
  • Young’s Double Slit Experiment 
  • Stefan Boltzmann Law
  • Wave Optics 
  • Radiation 
  • Superposition of Waves 
  • Conservation of Momentum 
  • Gravitation 
  • Energy 
  • Rotational Motion 
  • Moment of Inertia 

Mathematics is one of the most challenging subjects in the JEE Advanced examination. Students should include the JEE Advanced mock test in their preparation to score good marks in the final examination. 

The list of the important topics in Mathematics is mentioned below. The questions are majorly asked from them. 

  • 3D Geometry 
  • Vector Algebra
  • Differential Equations 
  • Application of Integrals 
  • Integrals 
  • Differentiation 
  • Limits Continuity and Differentiability 
  • Matrix and Determinants 
  • Probability 
  • Binomial Theorem 
  • Permutations and Combinations 
  • Hyperbola 
  • Parabola 
  • Ellipse 
  • Circle 
  • Straight line 
  • Logarithms 
  • Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions 
  • Complex Numbers 
  • Quadratic Equations 
  • Sets Relations and Functions 

Chemistry is one of the most scoring sections in the examination. Students should start preparing for this section as early as possible to avoid any last-minute stress or anxiety episodes. The most important subjects for the Chemistry section are mentioned below. Usually the important questions are asked from these topics:

  • Practical and Environmental Chemistry 
  • Nuclear and Surface Chemistry 
  • Liquid and gaseous state 
  • Haloalkanes 
  • Alkanes, alkenes and alkynes 
  • Carboxylic acids and their derivatives 
  • Carbonyl Compounds 
  • Aldehydes and Ketones 
  • Covalent Bonds 
  • Coordination compounds 
  • Alcohol and ether 
  • Chemical Bonding 
  • Hydrogen Bonding 
  • Molecular Orbital Theory 
  • Hydrocarbon Hybridization 
  • d block elements and their properties 
  • Redox Reactions and Balancing of various  equations 
  • Inductive Effect and the Definitions 
  • Organic Chemistry and the respective forums 

IIT JEE Important Topics – Advantages

Students accessing the study materials for the JEE Advanced examination through the website of Extramarks will get certain specific advantages. The list of the advantages that students can get are mentioned below:

  • Candidates studying the important questions will get an idea about the JEE Advanced examination pattern
  • The concept of important questions will help you in understanding the shortcuts and tricks required to solve the questions with speed and accuracy
  • Students should refer to the JEE Advanced questions and solve them properly. Once they have properly solved the questions they should check and recheck with the solutions provided on the website of Extramarks
  • Applicants solving the important questions will get an approximate score while practicing. So they can expect and predict their overall marks in this national level competitive examination
  • Candidates will be able to improve their time management skills. They will learn how to solve the JEE Advanced questions with speed and accuracy

Some Good Books to Refer – JEE Advanced examination

The following books will help candidates in studying for JEE Advanced examination:


  • Algebra Textbook for Main and Advanced by Dr SK Goyal (Arihant Publications)
  • Calculus- Problems in Calculus of One Variable by IA Moron
  • Coordinate Geometry-Plane Coordinate Geometry by SL Loney
  • Course in Mathematics for IIT JEE Main and Advanced by Tata McGraw Hill Publications
  • Class 11 and 12 NCERT books
  • RD Sharma for Class 11 and 12
  • Differential Calculus by A Das Gupta
  • Algebra- Higher Algebra by Knight and Hall
  • Objective Mathematics book for JEE Main & Advanced and other Engineering Competitive Exams by RD Sharma
  • IIT JEE for Integral Calculus by Amit Agarwal (Arihant Publications)
  • Geometry and Trigonometry Plane Trigonometry Part 1 by SL Loney


  • Modern Approach to Chemical Equations by RC Mukherjee
  • Class 11 and 12 NCERT books
  • Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
  • Organic Chemistry by MS Chauhan
  • Organic Chemistry by Boyd and Morrison
  • Organic Chemistry by OP Tandon
  • Organic Chemistry by Paula Bruice Yurkanis
  • Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
  • Organic Chemistry by Peter Sykes


  • Class 11 and 12 NCERT textbooks
  • Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov
  • IIT Physics by DC Pandey
  • Volume 1 and 2 Concepts of Physics by HC Verma
  • Fundamentals of Physics by Walker, David Halliday and Resnick
  • Problems in Physics by SS Krotov
  • IIT JEE Physics by Arihant (Chapterwise Solved Papers)

About JEE Advanced

The JEE or Joint Entrance Examination is given by lakhs of students every year. The examination consists of 2 phases – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The JEE Main is given by students who are seeking admission in undergraduate programs in Architecture, Planning or Engineering. However, the JEE Advanced exam is given by students who want to get admission in Engineering, Architecture or Science undergraduate programs that are offered by one of the 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). 

Candidates must fill out the JEE Advanced application form through the official website to complete the registration process. They can refer to the website of Extramarks as well to check the JEE Advanced exam dates. Additionally, students must adhere to the JEE Advanced eligibility criteria to appear for the examination. 

The JEE Advanced examination is conducted by one of the 7 IITs every year. The paper is divided into three sections. These sections are Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Students must get high All India Rank [AIR] to make it in the league of IIT. The JEE Advanced examination is one of the toughest examinations conducted in the country. Students can refer to the website of Extramarks to access the required study material, revision notes, etc for the JEE Advanced examination. Students can also get the past question papers from Extramarks website and solve it. The answer key is also available which can be referred by the students as well. 

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Is Chemistry in JEE Advanced tough?

The section of Chemistry in JEE Advanced is easy as compared to the other sections. Students should note that they have to practise every aspect of the subject to score well. They can include past years’ question papers, JEE Advanced mock tests, etc. in their preparation to score well in the examination.  Additionally, according to the subject experts, students should start practising at least 100-120 MCQs daily to be consistent in their preparation. 

2. Should I practise all the important questions provided?

The questions that have been provided have been collected on the basis of past years’ question paper analysis, sample papers and weightage of questions mentioned in the syllabus. So students can practise all the important questions for practice as it will help them during the examination.