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JEE Advanced Registration 2023 (Apr 30): Application Link, Last Date, Fee, Steps to Apply

JEE Advanced Registration 2023 is scheduled to be conducted from April 30, 2023. Candidates can apply for JEE Advanced 2023 at till May 7, 2023. The last date to pay the fee for registered candidates is May 8, 2023. JEE Advanced Registration Fees for females and other reserved categories is INR 1400 while general and OBC (male and transgender) candidates have to pay INR 2800. Applicants with a rank within the top 2,50,000 in JEE Main 2023 across all categories are eligible to apply for JEE Advanced 2023. Check JEE Advanced 2023 Eligibility Criteria

  • IIT Guwahati is going to start JEE Advanced 2023 Direct Registrations for Foreign Nationals on April 24, 2023. Candidates who have studied Class 12th or equivalent outside India are eligible for direct registrations. 
  • JEE Advanced Admit Card can be downloaded post the release from the official website using your registration number, date of birth (DD-MM-YYYY), mobile number, and email address.
  • There is going to be reservations for General EWS, OBC-NCL, SC, ST, and PwD category candidates. A valid proof of eligibility must be submitted in order to avail JEE Advanced Reservation 2023
Direct Link for JEE Advanced 2023 Registration (Soon)
JEE Advanced Registration Dates

JEE Advanced Registration 2023 Dates

Event Dates
Start of JEE Advanced 2023 Registration April 30, 2023
Last Date to Register for JEE Advanced 2023 May 7, 2023
Last Date for Payment of JEE Advanced 2023 Application Fee May 8, 2023
JEE Advanced 2023 Admit Card Availability May 29 – June 4, 2023
Choosing of scribe for PwD candidates June 3, 2023
JEE Advanced 2023 Exam Date June 4, 2023
Declaration of JEE Advanced 2023 Result June 18, 2023
AAT 2023 Registration Start Date June 18 – 19, 2023
Tentative Start of Joint Seat Allocation (JoSAA) 2023 Process June 19, 2023
AAT 2023 Exam Date June 21, 2023
AAT 2023 Result Declaration June 25, 2023
JEE Advanced Registration Steps

JEE Advanced 2023 Registration Steps

JEE Advanced 2023 Registration for Indian students is going to start on April 30, 2023. Foreign candidates are not required to write JEE Main and may register for JEE Advanced 2023 directly. Partly filled application forms are rejected summarily by the authorities. Check the following steps to apply for JEE Advanced 2023:

Step 1: JEE Advanced 2023 Registration

  • Visit the official website of JEE Advanced 2023.
  • Enter JEE Main 2023 Roll Number and Password.
  • Select a new password.
  • You will be redirected to a new page containing personal and academic details.
  • Provide basic data such as the language of question paper (English or Hindi), cities for the examination, etc.
  • Provide 6 preferred cities/towns where you would want to take the exam. 
  • Save and move to the next step.

Step 2: Upload Documents

Documents required must be kept handy prior to filling the application form. Once the JEE Advanced application form is filled correctly, upload the required set of documents with the specifications.

Particulars Minimum Size Maximum size
Photograph 4 KB 40 KB
Signature 1 KB 30 KB
Other documents 50 KB 300 KB

Step 3: Payment of Application Fee

JEE Advanced Registration Fee is neither refundable nor transferable. Pay the application fee and take the printout of the duly filled application at the end for further use. Note that JEE Advanced 2023 Application Form cannot be withdrawn after completion of registration.

Note: No separate facility will be provided for JEE Advanced Form Correction after the closure of the registration window.

Step 4: Printing of Confirmation Page

After the payment of fees, aspirants can submit the application form and save the confirmation page containing all the details for future references.

Documents Required

JEE Advanced Registration 2023: Documents Required

Given below is a list of certificates and other documents that are to be uploaded at the time of filling JEE Advanced Application Form:

Documents Required For All Candidates

  • In case the name is not the same as in the Class 10 certificate, gazette notification is required showing the change of name.
  • Class 10 certificate if the Date of Birth is mentioned in it OR birth certificate.
  • Class 12 (or equivalent examination) certificate

Additional Documents (if applicable)

  • OBC-NCL Certificate should have been issued on or after April 01, 2022 as per the latest guidelines and updates on Click Here for the format
  • Caste Certificate for SC/ST category, as per the latest guidelines of the Government of India. Click Here for the format
  • Certificate for PwD category: Physical Disability certificate (FORM-PwD II/III/IV whichever is applicable]) issued by the notified medical authority. Click Here for the format
    • Dyslexic candidates need to submit FORM-DYSLEXIC 1 and 2 instead of FORM-PwD. The certificate must mention ‘SEVERE’ to enable the candidate to get the benefit of PwD category.
    • Individual IITs may constitute a medical board at the time of admission to test the candidate’s level of disability.
  • For candidates needing the services of a scribe: Request letter to the Chairman of IIT Roorkee (Form – Scribe).
  • For candidates seeking admission under DS category: Certificate (FORM-DS) issued by a competent authority in the Directorate of Resettlement and Rehabilitation, New Delhi under the Ministry of Defence
    or the Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India. Click Here for the format
  • For PIO/OCI Card Holders: PIO/OCI Certificate, as applicable.

Documents Required For Foreign Candidates

  • Birth certificate for age proof
  • Class XII marksheet/certificate for 75% cut-off (if available at the time of registration)
  • Identity proof of the candidate
  • Citizenship certificate/Passport of both the parents
  • Testimonial (if required)
JEE Advanced Registration Fee

JEE Advanced 2023 Registration Fee

Candidates can pay registration fee through online (debit card & net banking) or offline (SBI Challan) mode. The fee is neither refundable nor transferable. The fee details are given below:

Registration Fee for Examination Centers in India
Indian Nationals (including PIO/OCI) Female Candidates (all categories) INR 1400
SC, ST, PwD Candidates INR 1400
All Other Candidates INR 2800
Foreign Nationals Candidates from SAARC countries USD 75
Candidates from Non-SAARC countries USD 150
Registration Fee for Examination Centers outside India
Indian Nationals (including PIO/OCI) All India Nationals USD 75
Foreign Nationals Candidates from SAARC countries USD 75
Candidates from Non-SAARC countries USD 150

Payment by SBI Debit Card/Internet Banking

At the time of payment of Application Fee, the option of “Pay Registration Fee” will be displayed. Click on it and the system will automatically redirect to the State Bank Multi Option Payment System (MOPS) page.

As per the candidate’s convenience, they may select any of the available options such as SBI Debit Card or Internet Banking. After successful payment, candidates will be able to print the completed Registration Details page with UNIQUE Registration Number.

Payment by Cash using SBI Branch Option

In case of Cash payment, select “SBI Branch” and the system will automatically generate a bank challan. Take a printout of it and pay the application fee in cash at any SBI branch.

After successful payment, candidates will be able to print the complete registration details page with Unique Registration Number.

Payment for Exam Centres Outside India

Candidates seeking Exam centres outside India are required to pay the registration fee as mentioned above through International Debit or Credit Card issued by Foreign Banks and issued outside India. Payment in US $ (dollar) is not allowed through Debit or Credit Cards issued in India. After successful payment, candidates will be able to print the completed Registration Details page with Unique Registration Number.

Retrieving JEE Advanced Login Credentials

Retrieving JEE Advanced 2023 Application Number and Password

In case candidates forget their application number and password, there is an option of retrieval by performing the steps given below. Steps to reset the password and retrieve application number are:

  1. Applicants can use the security question and its answer chosen during the filling of JEE Advanced 2023 registration form.
  2. The verification code sent via text message to registered mobile number of candidate
  3. A reset link sent via Email to the registered Email address of candidate

Mistakes to avoid during JEE Advanced Registration

  • Candidates must ensure that they have paid JEE Advanced application fee successfully before the last date. If the transaction remains incomplete, the application form will not be accepted.
  • Do not upload the required documents in any format other than the format or size specified above.
  • Do not opt for test centers that are distant. Choose your JEE Advanced test centres that are nearby to your residence.

Documents to be kept after JEE Advanced Registration

After the completion of the application process of JEE Advanced, candidates are requested to keep the following documents safe:

  • JEE Advanced registration confirmation mail
  • Passport size photographs,similar to the one used while filling JEE Advanced application form.
  • A printed JEE Advanced 2023 Admit Card
  • In case of any technical error, candidates must have proof of registration.
JEE Advanced Important Guidelines

Important Guidelines for International Applicants

Important information for foreign candidates who wish to apply for JEE Advanced are:

  • Candidates who are not citizens of India (by birth or naturalized), do not belong to OCI category, and whose parents are not citizens of India and do not come under OCI category at the time of registering for JEE Advanced 2023 are treated as foreign nationals.
  • Supernumerary seats are allotted to foreign nationals with a cap of 10% of the total number of seats in every course.
  • Foreign nationals are not eligible for the reservation of seats under the OBC‐NCL, SC, ST and PwD categories as mandated by Govt. of India.
  • These candidates are not required to write JEE Main and may register for JEE Advanced 2023 directly subject to fulfilment of other eligibility criteria.
  • Identity Proof: Identity proof of both the parents is required in the form of citizenship certificate/Passport
JEE Advanced Registration FAQs

JEE Advanced 2023 Registration FAQs

Ques. When can we expect JEE Advanced 2023 Registration to begin?

Ans. JEE Advanced 2023 Registration will start on April 30, 2023. Eligible candidates can now fill JEE Advanced 2023 Application Form. This is the last final deadline to register for the exam and therefore the authorities have advised candidates to complete their registration and upload the required documents by the deadline at

Ques. If I  enter the wrong contact details while filling my JEE Advanced  2023 Application Form. How can I correct it?

Ans. No form correction facility is provided for JEE Advanced Registration 2023. So, details once entered, cannot be rectified. Candidates may still directly contact the concerned authorities for such requests.

Ques. Can I pay my JEE Advanced 2023 application fee by credit card?

Ans. No, credit card payment for JEE Advanced 2023 application fees is not accepted for Indian nationals. There are other ways to pay the application fee such as net banking, debit cards and SBI challan.

Ques. If I don't receive the email intimation for successful JEE Advanced 2023 registration. What should I do?

Ans. The login credentials are sent by auto-response confirmation emails. Delivery of these emails depends on the following factors:

  • Correctness of email ID provided,
  • Policy of your Email Service Provider to accept and divert such emails under Bulk or Spam Mails.
  • In case of Govt./official /company email Ids, delivery is controlled by your Company Policies.

You can also contact the examination authority of the respective Zonal IIT or contact the helpline.

Ques. What are the reasons for rejection of JEE Advanced 2023 Application Form?

Ans. Due to any of the following reasons, JEE Advanced 2023 application form might get rejected:

  1. An incomplete application form in any respect without uploading photo and signature
  2. An incomplete application form in respect of without fee payment
  3. If case the photograph or signature is unclear in the application

Ques. How do I recover my password for accessing JEE Advanced 2023 login account?

Ans. The password can be retrieved by following the steps:

  1. Use the security question and its answer chosen during filling JEE Advanced 2023 registration form.
  2. The verification code sent via text message to registered mobile number of candidate
  3. A reset link sent via Email to the registered Email address of candidate

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.

JEE Advanced 2023 : 11 answered questions

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Ques. Which date should I chose for the BITSAT: before the JEE (Advanced) or after JEE (Advanced)?

● Top Answer By Saarthak Rai on 01 Feb 21

Many aspirants go through the same conflict. The preference depends on your career priorities and aim. Some points are discussed below which may be helpful in deciding.  If you are solely focused on JEE Advanced and have a decent score in JEE Main, then it is better to take the date after JEE Advanced. A good score in JEE Main will give you a backup and you can completely focus on JEE Advanced this way. If you didn’t do well in JEE Main and have lesser hope to score good marks, then you can take BITSAT before JEE Advanced. It is because delaying will increase the pressure. If your priority is BITSAT then it is better to be fully focused on this exam and go for the 3rd or 4th day of the exam. It will give you sufficient time to review the previous paper. If you are not sure about your preference then it will be better to attempt the exam prior to JEE Advance. For most exam aspirants, JEE Advanced is the dream from the beginning and it will be better to end the journey with your initial aim. Thus, you should choose the date as per your priority and comfort. Decide by judging your nervousness, preparation and then give priority to your choice....Read more

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Ques. What is the key difference in the preparation of the JEE Main and Advance?

● Top Answer By Piyush Raj on 16 Feb 23

To join a reputed college, Indian students are required to give JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced. Cracking these exams with a top rank gives you the opportunity to join top National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Admission into such reputed colleges, kickstart your Engineering career. Although both JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced are Engineering entrance exams, both have severe dissimilarities. The aspects of these dissimilarities have been discussed below. Level of difficulty: JEE-Advanced is far more difficult than JEE-Main. The primary focus of JEE-Main is to evaluate the candidates' knowledge of their class 11th and 12th syllabus while JEE-Advanced is taken to evaluate the analytical and problem-solving skills of the students. Syllabus: The JEE Main syllabus is similar to the one prescribed by CBSE whereas JEE-Advanced has a different syllabus. Various topics covered in JEE Main are not included in JEE Advanced. Eligibility: A good JEE Main rank will open doors for admission to NITs and IITs. But with a good JEE Advanced rank, one can get admitted into the most coveted IITs. Qualification: JEE Main required a student to have completed his Class 12th only. Whereas JEE Advanced has set certain minimum cutoff criteria in JEE Main and also meets minimum board exam criteria. Examination pattern: JEE Main exam comprises one paper only while JEE Main comprises 2 papers. The former consists of objective and single-answer questions while the latter consists of a variety of problems including multi-right, matrix match, comprehension types, and much more. The pattern of the former hardly changes while the pattern of the latter is modified every year. I hope such a detailed comparison has cleared your doubts and clarified the doubts regarding both the entrance exams....Read more

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Ques. What is the best chemistry book for IIT JEE mains and advance?

● Top Answer By Gunjan Gupta on 16 Feb 23

Before choosing the best book I think it is very important to know your syllabus. Only then you can identify your weak and strong points from the syllabus and focus more on your weaknesses. The most important topics that are covered are Mole Concept Atomic Structure Periodicity Chemical and Molecular Bonding States of Matter Electrochemistry and Redox reactions Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium General Organic Chemistry Hydrogen Solutions and Colligative Properties Chemical Kinetics Coordination compounds P block, D&F block elements Metallurgy You can start preparing for these topics from class 11 itself. The books that are considered Bibles of Chemistry and are highly recommended for JEE Main and JEE Advanced aspirant include Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations: This book by RC Mukherjee is the best book out there for Physical Chemistry  Numerical Chemistry: This book by P Bahadur is recommended by many top tankers Organic Chemistry : This book by Robert Thornton Morrison is the best book for Organic Chemistry. Concise Organic Chemistry: This book by JD Lee is a great book for inorganic chemistry. It will make you fall in love with the subject rather than rote learning. Other than books you can resort to Video lectures, question papers, and a doubt solving forum. Most importantly Chemistry is a subject that requires tremendous concentration and consistency. You can go for frequent mock tests to test your knowledge....Read more

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Ques. Which books are best for JEE Main and Advanced exam preparations?

● Top Answer By Chaitali Ghosh on 18 Dec 21

The best books for JEE Main and Advanced exam preparations include the following: Maths: NCERT. Cengage by G.Tewani, Playing With Graphs Cengage and TMH for JEE Advanced. Algebra by Amit M. Aggarwal, Trigonometry by Amit M. Aggarwal for JEE Main and Advanced. For sequence and series refer to Hall and Knight. Physics: NCERT. HCV for all JEE aspirants. DC Pandey all series for JEE Main and Advanced. Archive, especially for Modern Physics, as subjective questions of IIT get repeated in objective pattern with a slight change. Chemistry: NCERT is mandatory for Inorganic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry by VK Jaiswal. Organic Chemistry by MS Chauhan and Himanshu Pandey. Physical chemistry from GRB. From all these books study the important parts and actions, mark and make notes on them. But make sure to study NCERTs thoroughly....Read more

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Ques. Has anyone made it to the JEE Advanced extended merit list after not clearing the previous cutoff?

● Top Answer By Aditi Banerjee on 17 Apr 23

My friend missed the cutoff by just 6 marks. She scored 120 marks and her JEE rank was a decent 4582. She knew that even if she managed to qualify which was difficult, she would not be given the opportunity to opt for a stream of her choice. However, she suffered a setback when she wasn’t even able to qualify for the cutoff. She lost all hope. After a few days, she was notified that the updated l JEE Advance rank list has been released. On checking the portal she was giddy to see that she had qualified!  She knew the rank would offer her almost nothing but the mere fact that she had qualified for one of the most difficult exams in India motivated her a lot....Read more

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