IIT Jee mains advance maths syllabus discussion over weight age and marks
Sets, relations, and functions
Sets, relations, and functions is the part of jee main syllabus its not a part of jee advanced.
IIT JEE Masters comments: An average of one question is asked from the of the topic of Sets, relations, and functions in the exam and it is usually the simple topic of maths syllabus.
The general complex algebra like multiplication addition etc. and modulus and argument triangle inequality etc.are commonly includes in both iitjee mains and advanced syllabus.
The topic of Geometrical representation is also included in both part iitjee syllabus.
polar representation cube root of unity and geometric interpretations of complex numbers and complex conjugation is mentioned in jee advanced syllabus and the square root is mentioned in jee main syllabus.
Most important to note that the quadratic equation in the complex number system. Complex conjugation not mentioned but it is a part of the common complex algebra.
IIT JEE Masters comment: complex number is asked almost every year in iitjee exams and it is a very good concept of quadratic equations and coordinate geometry is a must to do well on this topic. The questions are asked for this topic is not simple and geometrical interpretation topic is asked in last few years.
The complex number shares a 4% marks in iitjee maths paper.
The syllabus of Quadratic equations is same in both the exam of jee mains and advanced.
The weight-age of this topic is an average of 4% in iitjee maths paper and almost every year questions asked on this topic.
Matrices and determinants
The topic of determinants is not mentioned in jee advance syllabus but it covers all topics of matrices that is in jee mains syllabus.
The topic of evaluation of determinants and the area of a triangle using determinants is mentioned in jee mains syllabus only.
IIT JEE masters comment the topic of determinants is not mentioned in jee advanced syllabus, it is a part of it and one must learn properties of the determinant as well along with determinant of a square matrix as mentioned in jee main syllabus.
This topic shares an average of 4% marks in iitjee maths paper.
Sequences and series
The topic of Arithmetic and geometric progression is included in jee main syllabus not includes in jee advance syllabus.While all other topics are common in both jee mains and advanced syllabus.
IIT JEE masters comment For Arithmetico geometric progression just learn two formula of AGP, and it is a simple topic and its shares a 4% marks in iitjee maths paper.
The most important formula is AM > GM on which we need to master for iitjee advanced paper.
In jee mains and advanced syllabus the topic of the Binomial theorem and its applications is same.
The student must also learn binomial theorem for any index that is useful in many topics in maths and physics syllabus. It’s available in our iit jee video lectures for maths series.
Permutations and combinations
The syllabus of Permutations and combinations is same in both the exam of jee mains and advanced.
IITJEE matters comment Permutations and combinations is a small topic and one small problem can be expected or not in jee advanced and one problem may be asked in jee main. Students should not give much more time for this difficult time-consuming topic and just do basic things in it if time is less for exam.
Mathematical induction is the portion of iit jee mains syllabus not a part of jee advanced syllabus.
IIT JEE masters comment expect one problem from this in jee mains and try to do that with a numerical trick and not to waste time to solve it in the exam because the time for maths paper is always tight in exam hall.
jee syllabus calculus
Limit, continuity, and differentiability
Difference between jee mains and advanced syllabus L’ Hospital rule of evaluation of limits of functions.
jee advanced syllabus mentions the syllabus of continuity in more detail than jee the main syllabus.
See this part of jee advanced syllabus continuity of composite functions, intermediate value property of continuous functions.
This topic is covered in jee advanced syllabus.But jee advanced includes into onto and one to one function which is included in sets and the related topic of jee the main syllabus.
This is a big topic and on an avg. of 16% marks in iitjee maths paper.
This topic is fully concept based and simple if students have learned proper concepts on it then marks is no problem.
The topic of Integral calculus is same in both the exams of jee main and advance.
The weight-age of integral calculus is 10% in iitjee maths paper and it is the most beautiful topic, it requires a good brain to solve the puzzling problems of indefinite integral while definite integral requires concepts to solve its problems.Area problems require knowledge of coordinate geometry.
The topic of Differential equations is mentioned in both the exams of jee mains and advanced.the syllabus except term order and degree which is very small part and asked in jee main usually.
A differential equation is a small topic and the weight-age of the differential equation is 3% in iitjee maths paper.
iitjee syllabus 2d coordinate geometry
In jee mains and advanced the syllabus of coordinate geometry is too big and covers many topics.
In jee advance syllabus clearly mentioned about the equation of normal on circle and conics but it is not mentioned in jee mains syllabus.And jee advanced syllabus also mentioned parametric equations of circle and conics and many problems is asked on these topics.
Our teacher’s comment and viewed must be listened carefully to understand all this because it is big and simple topic which makes it scoring.
In jee syllabus the topic of a Parametric equation is most useful and important in many difficult problems.
The weight-age of Coordinate geometry is an avg. of 16% in iitjee and it is the most scoring and simple topic and one must do it very well because knowledge of coordinate requires in complex algebra, Area under the curve of integral calculus and limits and continuity.
The topic of the differential equation is covered at least 25% of marks in both iit jee main and advance syllabus.
iit jee syllabus of 3d and vector algebra
The visible difference in jee main and advance is as
In jee advance, the syllabus of 3d coordinate geometry is very small and not many questions asked in iitjee.
While jee main mention many small things in the syllabus and questions also asked on that topics.
In jee syllabus, the Problems of 3d portion is mixed with concepts of vectors and jee main syllabus must be done to cover all points. Even when the difference of syllabus is there but questions is asked on a basic common concept which is not mentioned clearly in jee advance syllabus.
The topic of vector triple product is not mentioned in jee advance syllabus but mentioned in jee main syllabus everything is same in jee mains and advanced syllabus.
This topic covers an average of 6% marks in iitjee maths paper and it is simple if concepts are cleared unless it is tough going.
Vector algebra is a concept based topic and many simple problems are asked in iitjee mains and advanced.
iitjee syllabus for probability and statistics
statistics is only the portion of jee main syllabus it is not a part of jee advanced syllabus.
Binomial distribution and Poisson distribution of a random variable is included in jee main syllabus but it is not a part of jee advanced syllabus.
This topic shares a 4% marks in maths paper and it is more time-consuming.
If a difficult question is asked then it will consume much more time in jee advanced, if a simple concept based problem comes across do not leave it in any case.
In jee advanced syllabus mentioned the topic of Solution of triangle its not mentioned in jee mains syllabus but it must be learned because problems from topic asked in jee main.The solutions of the triangle is also called as properties of a triangle.
The topic of Heights and Distances is not mentioned in jee advance syllabus it is only for the jee mains.
The weight-age of Trigonometric ratio and equation part is 6% and the weight-age of properties of a triangle is also the 6% in IITJEE.
Mathematical reasoning is only the part of jee mains maths syllabus is not a part of jee advanced syllabus.