This article includes :
 1 JEE Main 2018 Syllabus: Physics
 2 JEE Main 2018 SyllabusChemistry
 3 JEE Main 2018 SyllabusMathematics
 4 Important topics
 4.1 On average questions asked from the various important topics in Physics are:
 4.2 Chapter name
 4.3 Average number of questions
 4.4 Important topics in Mathematics:
 4.5 The average number of questions asked from important topics in the previous years:
 4.6 Topic name
 4.7 Number of questions
 4.8 List of important topics in chemistry with their weightage:
 4.9 Nature of Question
 4.10 Unit name
 4.11 Weightage
 4.12 The average number of questions asked from the important topics:
 5 Preparation tips
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JEE Main 2018 is the top level engineering entrance exam to admission in top engineering colleges in India. JEE Main 2018 Syllabus is derived 45% from class 11 syllabus and 55 % from class 12 syllabus as prescribed by the NCERT. All the basic concepts and formulas are written in the simple and clear language in the NCERT books prescribed by CBSE. JEE Main 2018 Syllabus is divided into 3 sections JEE Main Physics, JEE Main Chemistry, and JEE Main Mathematics syllabus. The syllabus changes according to that prescribed by CBSE board.
The best way to clear and complete the JEE Main 2018 syllabus is by consistent practice. Slow and consistent practice brings accuracy and leads to timesaving.
JEE Main 2018 Syllabus: Physics
There will be two sections in JEE Main 2018.
Section A is designed from the theoretical concept and section B is designed from the practical activity manual. Candidates must be familiar with the numeric theoretical observation and practical based observations. The implementation of the activity based numerical has made the section though.
Section A: JEE main 2018 syllabus from class 11 and class 12
 Physics and Measurement
 Kinematics
 Laws of Motion
 Work, Energy, and Power
 Rotational Motion
 Gravitation
 Properties of Solids and Liquids
 Thermodynamics
 Kinetic Theory of Gases
 Oscillations and Waves
 Electrostatics
 Current Electricity
 Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
 Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
 Electromagnetic Waves
 Optics
 Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
 Atoms and Nuclei
 Electronic Devices
 Communication Systems
Section B: Practical based learning
 Experimental Skills
The syllabus involves testing the activity based knowledge. The candidate just needs to revise all the activities they have done in class 11 and class 12. It is all designed on the basis of the class 12 syllabus. The activitybased question can come from Young’s modulus, heat capacity, the viscosity of liquids, etc.
JEE Main 2018 SyllabusChemistry
Chemistry section can bring goosebumps on your skin as the syllabus is vast, like an unending ocean. But in IIT you cannot miss a topic from the syllabus defined below, as everything becomes important. The difficulty level appears from moderate to tough depending upon the kind of questions. The practical questions designed for activity based modules are difficult. The syllabus is divided into following sections:
Section A: Physical Chemistry
 Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry
 The States of Matter
 Atomic Structure
 Atomic Structure
 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
 Chemical Thermodynamics
 Solutions & Equilibrium
 Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry
 Chemical Kinetics
 Surface Chemistry
Section B: Inorganic chemistry
 Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
 General Principles and Process of Isolation of Metals
 Hydrogen
 s – Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)
 p – Block Elements
 d – and f – Block Elements
 Coordination Compounds
 Environmental Chemistry
Section C: Organic Chemistry
 Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry
 Hydrocarbons
 Organic Compounds Containing Halogens
 Compounds(Organic) Containing Oxygen
 Carbon Compounds Containing Nitrogen
 Polymers
 BioMolecules
 Chemistry in Everyday Life
 Principles Related to Practical Chemistry
JEE Main 2018 SyllabusMathematics
JEE Mathematics syllabus is same as the class 11 and class 12 . The difficulty level of the exam loops in because of the tricky questions that involve the implementation of concepts from various chapters. The syllabus is as follows:
 Sets, Relations, and Functions
 Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations
 Matrices and Determinants
 Permutations and Combinations
 Mathematical Induction
 Binomial Theorem
 Sequences and Series
 Limit, Continuity, and Differentiation
 Integral Calculus
 Differential Equations
 Coordinate Geometry
 Three Dimensional Geometry
 Vector Algebra
 Statistics and Probability
 Trigonometry
 Mathematical Reasoning
Important topics
The list of important topics in the domain of physics, chemistry, and mathematics with percentage weightage is as follows:
Unit name  Percentage weightage  Expected number of questions 
Units and Dimensions  2  1 
Measurement of Errors  2  
Vectors  Not defined  
Kinematics  1  12 
Newton’s Laws of Motion  4  
Friction


Work, Energy and Power  5  Not sure about number of questions but it is easy to attempt these questions 
Electrostatics  6  
Current Electricity  7  
Wave Optics  5  
Ray Optics  6  
Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision  5  2 – 3 questions 
Rotational Dynamics  4  
Simple Harmonic Motion  5  
Fluid Mechanics  25  
Wave Motion and String Waves  5  
Magnetism  6  
Heat & Thermodynamics  5  
Nuclear Physic  5  
Modern Physics  5  
Circular Motion  1  34 questions with mix and match of formulae from these headings 
Gravitation  1  
Properties of Matter, Elasticity  2  
Sound Waves  
Electromagnetic Induction  3  
Alternating Current  Variable  
Heat Transfer  Variable  
Calorimetry  Variable  
Thermal Expansion  Variable  
ThermoElectricity  
Semiconductors and Electronic Devices  5  
Communication Systems  2 
On average questions asked from the various important topics in Physics are:
Chapter name 
Average number of questions 
Current Electricity  8 
Electrostatics  4 
Optics  3 
Heat and Thermodynamics  2 
Law of Motion  2 
Important topics in Mathematics:
Unit name  Percentage weightage  Expected number of questions 
Inverse Trigonometric Functions  2  12 
Circles and Family of Circles  6  
Sequence and Series  5  
Applications of Derivative  4  34 
Limit and Continuity  3  
Matrices and Determinants  4  
Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines  2  
3D Geometry  5  23 
Probability and Statistics  7  
Vector Algebra  5  
Integration  8  
Complex Numbers  5  
Parabola  3  
Trigonometric Ratios  3  
Logarithms  1  34 
Quadratic Equations  
Theory of Equations  5  
Sets, Relations, and Functions  4  
Differentiation  2  
Permutation and Combination  2  
Binomial Theorem  1  
Locus  
Hyperbola  2  
Ellipse  2  
Fundamentals of Mathematics  variable  
Solution of Triangle  1 
The average number of questions asked from important topics in the previous years:
Topic name 
Number of questions 
Coordinate Geometry  7 
Continuity/ Differentiability, Limits  3 
Complex No., Quadratic Equation  3 
Integral Calculus  3 
Sequence and Series  2 
Trigonometry  2 
Important topics for Chemistry in JEE Main Syllabus
Most important questions: These are forming the base of most of the questions, so they are the highlights of the syllabus.
 Chemical Bonding & the periodic table
 Carbonyl Compounds & their derivatives
 Redox reactions, Mole Concept & the concept of equivalents
 Solid state, solutions & gases theory
 Thermochemistry & the Second Law of Thermodynamics
List of important topics in chemistry with their weightage:
Nature of Question 
Unit name 
Weightage 
Fundamental Concepts  IUPAC Nomenclature  Variable 
Chemical Bonding  Variable  
Periodic Table  5%  
Important (high score areas)  Mole Concept  2 
Coordination Chemistry  5  
Alcohol, Phenols and Ethers  7  
pBlock elements  5  
Important (high weightage)  Atomic Structure  5 
Gaseous State  3  
Hydrocarbons  2  
Aldehydes and Ketones  5  
d & f Block Elements  5  
General Organic Chemistry  7  
Other topics (less important)  Chemical Equilibrium  3 
Ionic Equilibrium  3  
Thermodynamics  5  
Hydrogen and its Compounds  
sBlock Elements  5  
Isomerism of Organic Compounds  Variable  
Environmental Chemistry  Variable  
Solid State  Variable  
Chemical Kinetics  Variable  
Electrochemistry  2  
Solutions  Variable  
Qualitative Salt Analysis  Variable  
Alkyl Halides and Aryl Halides  Variable  
Carboxylic Acids and their derivatives  Variable  
Amines  2  
Biomolecules  1  
Polymers  Variable 
The average number of questions asked from the important topics:
Transition Element and
Coordination Chemistry 
3 
Periodic Table and Representative Elements  3 
Gaseous State  2 
Atomic structure  2 
Amines  2 
Solution and Colligative Properties  2 
General Organic Chemistry  2 
Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives  1 
Hydrocarbons  1 
Carbohydrate, Amino Acids and Polymer  1 
Best books to prepare for IIT JEE Main Exam: NCERT books of class 11 and class 12 are the best to start with the preparation. The indepth study of the concepts is done from the book and to learn formulae. The reference books best to study the syllabus are as follow:
Book name author  Publisher  ISBN code 
Concepts Of Physics 1 –HC Verma  Bharati Bhawan (P & D  8177091875 
Concepts Of Physics 2HC Verma  Bharati Bhawan (P & D)  8177092324 
Challenger Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics for JEE Main & Advanced (11th edition) Er. Deepak Agarwal, Dr. J. B. Yadav, Er. Anoop Srivastava  Disha Publication  9789385576492 
Understanding Physics Optics & Modern Physics for IIT JEE 1st Edition (English, Paperback Dc Pandey)  Arihant  9788188222131 
A Textbook Of Organic Chemistry For Jee Main & Advanced 8 Edition (English, Paperback, Dr. R K Gupta)  Arihant  9789352031184 
Wiley’s J.D. Lee Concise Inorganic Chemistry for JEE (Main & Advanced), 2017ed 1 Edition (English, Paperback, Sudarsan Guha  Wiley India Pvt Ltd  9788126548750 
modern approach to chemical calculations (English, Paperback, R. C. Mukherjee)  BHARATI BHAWAN PUB.& DIS.  9788177096415 
Objective Mathematics (Two Vol Set) 4/e PB (Sharma R D)  DHANPAT RAI PUBLICATIONS  9789383182169 
Preparation tips
Well, the best way to prepare for the JEE Main Exam is consistent practice. The performance can be enhanced by dedicating more hours to selfstudy. Some handy tips are:
 Make a timetable for selfstudy
 Start preparing immediately after class 10 boards are over.
 Start working within the time frame.
 Take help from the seniors in problemsolving.
 Make notes of all the important topics, especially which appear lengthy.
 Take breaks to keep yourself fresh.
 Analyse your strengths.
 Subscribe to a newsletter to get all updates on the paper trends.
Never get disheartened during practice time. Keep coming back to the practice.