JEE Advanced Chemistry is an important subject because it is considered to be one of the most scoring sections in the exam. Paper Analysis for the previous years reveals that it was the easiest section in the past years’ questions papers. Most of the questions are NCERT Based. Check JEE Advanced Paper Analysis
JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus consists of Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. The exam will consist of multiple choice questions, Numerical Aptitude Questions and Match the cases. There is no fixed exam pattern, and candidates will be able to see the marking scheme on the instructions at the time of the examination. Check JEE Advanced Exam Pattern
JEE Advanced Chemistry Chapter Wise Preparation Tips
JEE Advanced Physical Chemistry
|Stoichiometry||This chapter is extremely important. It is important to focus on topics like Mole fraction, Normality, Morality, Molality, %(w/w), %(w/v), etc|
|Chemical Bonding||This is a foundational topic. Important topics include moment, coupling and VSEPR theory.|
|Chemical Equilibrium||Important topics include Chatelier’s principle (effect of temperature, concentration, and pressure)|
|Atomic structure||Commonly asked questions include Quantum numbers, de Broglie Hypothesis, Heisenberg’s indeterminacy principle and Spectrum of an atom.|
|Chemical kinetics||Pay special attention to first-order reactions.|
|Thermodynamics||It is important to pay attention to the signs.|
|Electrochemistry||Topics to note include Nernst equation, its relation and its numerous applications like electromotive force series, E.M.F of Galvanic cells, Faraday’s laws of electrolysis, Electrolytic electrical phenomenon, Kohlrausch’s law|
|Surface Chemistry||To ace this section, memorise and understand the NCERT chapter on Surface Chemistry.|
|Numericals||Memorize all the formulas of the Mole construct, Chemical dynamics, Equilibrium, and chemical science etc.|
JEE Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
|Coordination compounds||Stereoisomerism of coordination compounds, Werner Theory, pure mathematics and shapes of Tetrahedral and Octahedral complexes, Crystal theory and its applications|
|Metallurgy and ores||Most of the questions are asked from NCERT. Important topics include Carbon reduction technique (tin and iron), Self-reduction technique (lead and copper), Electrolytic reduction technique (aluminum and magnesium), industrial process ( gold and silver)|
|P block||Study this chapter from NCERT only.|
JEE Advanced Organic Chemistry
|General Organic Chemistry, IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Molecules & Isomerism||Memorise the nomenclatures using flash cards and other memory devices|
|Hydrocarbons||Learn the basic Formula Learn classification, Properties, Preparation, and uses from NCERT and other sources|
|Haloalkanes and Haloarenes|
|Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers|
|Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids|
JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation: Time Table Wise Preparation
The below mentioned time table is the one-month preparation plan for JEE advanced Chemistry:
|Day 1||Concept of atoms and molecules, Mole concept; Chemical formulae; Balanced chemical equations|
|Day 2||Gaseous and liquid states|
|Day 3||Atomic structure and chemical bonding|
|Day 5||Chemical equilibrium|
|Day 7||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 8||Chemical kinetics|
|Day 10||Solutions, Surface chemistry|
|Day 11||Nuclear chemistry|
|Day 12||Isolation/preparation and properties of the following non-metals|
|Day 13||Preparation and properties of compounds|
|Day 14||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 15||Transition elements|
|Day 16||Ores and minerals|
|Day 17||Extractive metallurgy|
|Day 18||Principles of qualitative analysis|
|Day 19||Concepts of Organic Chemistry|
|Day 20||Preparation, properties and reactions of alkanes|
|Day 21||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 22||Preparation, properties and reactions of alkenes and alkynes|
|Day 24||Carbohydrates, Amino acids and peptides|
|Day 25||Properties and uses of some important polymers, Practical organic chemistry|
|Day 28||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 29||Practice Mock Test|
|Day 30||Practice Mock Test|
JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation: Mark Weightage (Subject Wise)
|Topic||Mark weightage (in %)|
|Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers||9-10%|
|Equilibrium in Physical and Chemical Processes||6-7%|
|Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||6-7%|
|Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen||9-10%|
|Some P-Block Elements||6-7%|
|Study of the First Element: Hydrogen||4-5%|
JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation: Last Minute Preparation
The below-mentioned tips will be very useful to the students in the last minute before your JEE Advance Examination:
- Make sure that your basics are clear.
- Go through the formulas daily. Revise multiple times a day when there is less than one week left.
- Revise all the basic formulas for the organic compounds, and make sure you are not confused.
- Revise all the topics: after completing your preparation you have to go through all the topics in repeated mode, revise thoroughly. Spend at least your last 3 to 4 days for revision. Kindly don’t start any new topic at the last minute, if you do so it will confuse you and it takes your time off.
- Solve previous year question paper and take mock tests:
- Time management: Time management is more important while solving problems. Never spend too much time on a particular question then it can affect your timings for other questions. Firstly start with easy questions and then move on to difficult questions.
- Here are some important topics to focus on while preparing for JEE Advanced Chemistry:
|Physical Chemistry||Mole Concept Atomic Structure Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry|
|Organic Chemistry||General Organic Chemistry Named Reactions Organic Synthesis|
|Inorganic Chemistry||P-block elements Properties of atoms|
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JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation: Important Books for Preparation
|Name of the books||Author|
|Physical chemistry|| |
|Organic Chemistry|| |
|Inorganic Chemistry|| |
|General Chemistry|| |
|Numerical Chemistry|| |
JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation: Online Resources
There are many online resources available for students to prepare for JEE advanced chemistry some of them are mentioned below:
- Etoos Education
- M Learning India
- Rao IIT Academy
- Khan Academy
- Ajnish Gupta
JEE Advanced Chemistry Sample Questions
- Which of the following liberates O2 upon hydrolysis?
Answer: (B), KO2 Superoxides liberate oxygen with water.
- Aluminium reacts with sulfuric acid to form aluminium sulfate and hydrogen. What is the volume of hydrogen gas in litres (L) produced at 300 K and 1.0 atm pressure, when 5.4 g of aluminium and 50.0 mL of 5.0 M sulfuric acid are combined for the reaction?
(Use the molar mass of aluminum as 27.0 g mol−1, ???? = 0.082 atm L mol−1 K−1)
Answer: 2Al + 3H2SO4 → Al2(SO4)3 + 3H2
Mole of Al taken = 5.4 / 27 = 0.2
Mole of H2SO4 taken = 50 X 5 / 1000 = 0.25
As 0.2 / 2 > 0.25 / 3, H2SO4 is limiting reagent
Now, moles of H2 formed = 3 / 3 X 0.25 = 0.25
Therefore Volume = 0.25 x 0.082 x 300 / 1 = 24.6 / 4 = 6.15 L
- Na and Mg crystallize in BCC and FCC type crystals respectively. Then the number of atoms of Na and Mg present in the unit cell of their respective crystal is (2002)
- 4 and 2
- 9 and 14
- 14 and 9
- 2 and 4
Answer: (D), no of atoms per unit cell= 8*1/8+6*1/2=4
- How many unit cells are present in a cube shaped ideal crystal of NaCl of mass 1.00 g? (Atomic masses: Na = 23, Cl = 35.5)
- 5.14 x 1021 unit cell
- 1.28 x 1021 unit cell
- 1.71 x 1021 unit cell
- 2.57 x 1021 unit cell
Answer: (D), no of unit cell= 1.0*6.02*1023/58.5*4= 2.57*1021
- Which one of the following statements is NOT true about the effect of an increase in temperature on the distribution of molecular speeds in a gas?
- The most probable speed increases
- The fraction of the molecules with the most probable speed increases
- The distribution becomes broader
- The area under the distribution curve remains the same as under the lower temperature
Answer: (B), most probable velocity increases and a fraction of the molecule possessing the most probable velocity decreases.
- The formation of gas at the surface of tungsten due to adsorption is the reaction of order?
Answer: (A), it is a zero-order reaction.
- The internal energy change when a system goes from state A to B is 40 kJ/mol-1 if the system goes from A to B by a reversible path and returns to state A by an irreversible path. What would be the net change in internal energy?
- > 40 kJ
- <40 kJ
- 40 kJ
Answer: (C), for a cyclic process the net change in the internal energy is zero because the change in internal energy does not depend on the path.
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JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation FAQs
Ques. Which is the best book for JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation?
Ans. The best books for JEE Advanced Chemistry Preparation are NCERT books for Chemistry Part 1 and Part 2.
Ques. How much time does it require to complete JEE Advanced Chemistry Syllabus?
Ans. Depending on the candidates preparation the syllabus for JEE Advanced Chemistry can be finished within 6 to 7 months with other subjects.
Ques. Which are some other books to refer to for JEE Advanced Chemistry?
Ans. Some books apart from NCERT that candidates can refer for JEE Advanced Chemistry are as follows:
- Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
- Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by R.C. Mukherjee
- Organic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon
- Organic Chemistry by Paula Bruice Yurkanis
- Organic Chemistry by Morrison & Boyd
- Inorganic Chemistry by J.D Lee
- Inorganic Chemistry by O P Tandon
Ques. How many questions will be asked for JEE Advanced Chemistry?
Ans. Physics and Chemistry sections of JEE Advance will contain 16 questions. Part 1 contains 8, part 2 contains 6 and part 3 contains 2 questions respectively.
Ques. What is the marking scheme of JEE Advanced Chemistry?
Ans. The marking scheme for JEE Advanced Chemistry is varied. For part 1, correct answers can fetch a maximum of 4 marks. For part 2 and part 3, candidates will get 3 marks for the correct answer.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.