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JEE Main Syllabus 2023 Released: Check Latest Changes

JEE Syllabus is out for 2023 and with a revised edition. To know more, tap for the details.
JEE MAIN Syllabus has been released. The syllabus can help get candidates get the insight and understanding of what to prepare for the exam. Here are few JEE Main syllabus and subjects.
JEE Syllabus
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Physics and Measurement, Rotational Motion, Thermodynamics, Kinematics, Work, Energy and Power, Gravitation, Laws of Motion and many more.
Physics Syllabus: Section A
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The section is experimental skills where practical analysis is important along with theoretical concepts.
Physics Syllabus: Section B
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It is divided into three sections: Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry.
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States of Matter, Atomic Structure, Solutions, Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Chemical Thermodynamics, etc.
Chemistry: Physical Chemistry
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Hydrocarbons, Chemistry in Everyday life, Polymers, Biomolecules, Organic Compounds and many more.
Chemistry: Organic Chemistry
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Hydrogen, Block Elements, Co-ordination compounds, Environmental Chemistry, d- and f- block elements, and many more.
Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry
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Sets, Functions, relations, mathematical induction, vector algebra, sequence and series and differential equations are some of the subjects in the math's syllabus for JEE.
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The syllabus is divided into three parts that focuses on awareness, 3D technical drawing, modelling, critical thinking, analytical skill, and many more.
B.Arch/B.Planning for Paper 2
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Changes in Math's, Solution of Triangle has been replaced by Statistics and in Physics, Semi Conductors have been replaced and new topics are: EM Waves, Polarization and Forced and Damped Oscillations.
Changes in Syllabus
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Keep yourself updated with JEE MAIN 2023's latest information by visiting the GMU page.
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