JEE Advanced Toughest Questions in 5 years (For Maths, Chemistry and Physics)

Meritnation|May 8th, 2015 04:02pm

JEE Advanced 2015 is scheduled to be conducted on the 24th of May, 2015. Post the JEE Main 2015 result, online registration for JEE Advanced 2015 started on 2nd May 2015. While candidates appearing for JEE Advanced usually spend a major portion of their senior school years preparing for the entrance exam, apart from other similar tests, the last one or two months are spent in searching for clever tips and more effective ways to boost preparation.

With the advent of the internet into the academic sphere in recent years, there has been an increase in opportunities for students to find better and more comprehensive study material for JEE Advanced preparation. One of the best resources for JEE Advanced, if students have the facility of the internet or access to a good set of bookstores, is going through previous years’ questions and solutions.

Experts at Meritnation have compiled a list of the toughest questions ever asked in the past 5 years’ JEE Advanced question papers. Students can take a look at these in order to support their last minute preparation and revision for the upcoming JEE Advanced 2015.

Here are some of the most complex questions JEE Advanced examinees were asked in the last few years, from Maths, Physics, and Chemistry!


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JEE Advanced is the most crucial exam for IIT aspirants. JEE Advanced 2015 is being conducted by IIT Bombay, which will also release the results and distribute merit lists to colleges. The JEE Advanced result for 2015 is expected to be released on 18th June, 2015 post which qualifying candidates will be able to fill their choices online from 26th June 2015 to 30th June 2015.


Good Luck for JEE Advanced 2015!


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