JEE is Joint Entrance Examination. It is an entrance exam conducted for admission in undergraduate engineering and architectural courses.
JEE Exam is conducted in two phases: JEE Mains and JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced exam is the toughest engineering exam in India. So, candidates must prepare well for the exam.
JEE Advanced exam consists of two test papers: JEE Advanced Paper 1 and JEE Advanced Paper 2. Both consists three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. These two papers is conducted for admission to engineering courses.
For admission to architectural courses, candidates have to appear in JEE Advanced AAT exam.
JEE Advanced AAT Exam is conducted by IITs for the candidates who want to pursue B.Arch and B.Planning courses. AAT Exam can only be given by the candidates who have qualified JEE Mains and JEE Advanced Exam. AAT will be conducted only at the seven Zonal IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology).
JEE Advanced Architecture Aptitude Test consists of three sections: Mathematics, Aptitude Test & Drawing Test. Total 82 objective type questions will be asked which carries 390 marks.
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