JEE Advanced Exam has been around the corner and with very less time remaining for the exam, it is important to check your preparation and see the level of JEE Advanced exam by solving the JEE Advanced Past Years papers. Here, you can see and download the JEE Advanced last 10 years papers in pdf format.
JEE Advanced Question Paper Pattern 2020
Last year, the JEE Advanced Question Paper Pattern was as given below:
|JEE Advanced Question Paper Pattern|
|Paper||Type||No. of Questions in|
|PAPER 1||Multiple choice questions||4|
|Multiple Select Questions||8|
|Numerical Answer Type||6|
|PAPER 2||Multiple Select Questions||8|
|Numerical Answer Type||6|
|List Match based with Multiple|
JEE Advanced Past Years Papers Download PDF
The topper of JEE (Advanced) 2019, Kartikey Gupta, scored a total of 346 out of 372 marks. He scored 113 marks in Physics, 112 marks in Chemistry and 121 marks in Mathematics (each of the subjects had 124 as the maximum marks).
The total seat capacity in IITs in 2019 was 12461. In addition to this, 1122 supernumerary seats for female candidates only were also on offer. In the seventh-round allotment, a total of 13604 seats were allotted to the candidates. Some of the candidates who were allotted seat in the seventh round did not eventually accept their allotted seats.
So, it is time for you to tighten your belt. Here are the last 12 years papers for JEE Advanced Exam. Practice these for getting the idea about the questions asked in the exam and the level of examination.
|Year||JEE Advanced Paper 1||JEE Advanced Paper 2|
|2007||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2008||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2009||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2010||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2011||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2012||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2013||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2014||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2015||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2016||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2017||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2018||Paper 1||Paper 2|
|2019||Paper 1 (English)|
Paper 1 (Hindi)
|Paper 2 (English)|
Paper 2 (Hindi)
Statistics of Candidates in Last Year JEE Advanced Exam
JEE (Advanced) 2019 was held in 600 centres across 164 cities in India and in 4 foreign countries, namely, Nepal (Kathmandu), Singapore,
Bangladesh (Dhaka) and UAE (Dubai). In Ethiopia (Addis Ababa) and Sri Lanka (Colombo), the examination could not be conducted as no registered candidate opted for that centre.
Computer Based Test (CBT): For the second time, the entire JEE (Advanced) 2019 was conducted on a Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. Each candidate had a choice to opt for question papers in both English and Hindi languages. Candidates had the option to choose (and also switch/toggle between) his/her preferred language (English or Hindi) during the entire period of the examination.
Candidates also had the option to change/modify answers already entered anytime during the entire duration of the examination. To help the candidates in understanding and getting used to the CBT, JEE (Advanced) 2019 created 2 Mock Tests. These mock tests and help videos were available 24×7 to all the prospective candidates, with no restriction on the number of attempts.
List Match Based with Multiple Choice Type Question:This time in JEE (Advanced), “List Match based with Multiple Choice” questions were introduced. In each subject, 4 out of a total of 18 questions were of List Match based with Multiple Choice type. The marking scheme for such questions was +3 marks for correct answer, 0 for not attempt and -1 for incorrect answer.
Qualifying Criteria: The criteria as advertised in the information brochure was lowered down to include candidates at least two times of the available seats in each category. A total No. of 38,705 candidates were declared qualified based on the lower down criteria which was : aggregate marks as 25% for CRL, 22.5% for GEN-EWS, 22.5% for OBC-NCL, 12.5% for SC/ST/PwD and 6.25% for Preparatory candidates.
The minimum subject criteria in each subject remained same as declared in the Information Brochure of JEE (Advanced) 2019 i.e., 10% for CRL, 9% for GEN-EWS, 9% for OBC-NCL, 5% for SC/ST/PwD and 2.5% for Preparatory candidates in each individual subject.
Institutes using JEE (Advanced) Ranks for Admission: In addition to all IITs, the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs), Indian Institute of Petroleum Energy (IIPE), Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) and Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT) entered into MoU with JEE (Advanced) 2019 for using JEE (Advanced) 2019 ranks for admission to their UG programs.