In this article, students will find out how to be accepted into IIT. Students should learn all the tips and tricks that help students get into IIT.

**About IIT:**

Most students who wish to become engineers would like to study at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in India. There are a total of 23 IITs available in India, in order to gain admission IIT students must participate and cancel two Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) categories namely JEE Main and JEE Advanced. This JEE is run by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) and students must cancel the test on their first attempt. JEE is a very competitive test because a large number of students will come out of the test. Also, there are a limited number of seats to enter IIT.

**IIT entry process:**

There are two stages of JEE, students must appear and cancel both in order to gain admission to IIT.

**About JEE Main:**

From 2021, students may appear 4 times a year at JEE Main, and students may appear for 3 consecutive years from the year of Class 12 graduation at JEE Main. If students come out of the test more than once then the best marks for students by 2021 will be taken to improve the standard.

There are a total of 90 questions asked in JEE Main. out of 90, students must try 75 questions in the test. Physics, Chemistry, and Maths are three major subjects that students should focus on in the main JEE tests.

**About JEE Advanced:**

For students earning points above the minimum threshold set in JEE Main, those students can only appear in JEE Advanced. The National Evaluation Agency has set short cut points for JEE Main. There are two JEE Advanced question papers, both paper questions most frequently asked in subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Student comprehension, thinking and analytical ability will be assessed in the test so that the questions in the test will be asked based on that. 3 hours long for each JEE Advanced page.

**About All India Rank (AIR) and JoSAA:**

Students must obtain 10% of the minimum marks for each subject such as Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics in both I and II grades. Also, students must obtain a combined 35% marks in all three subjects and then be considered for a Vacancy List. If a student’s name is found on the All India Rank List, they must participate in the Joint Allocation Authority (JoSAA) process.

**Overview of JEE and JoSAA:**

To get a seat at IIT, students must appear in both the JEE Main and JEE Advanced exams. Students must cancel both tests and only their names will be on the All India Rank list. JoSAA will conduct the process of allocating seats to IIT.

**How to qualify for and accept IIT:**

After passing Grade 12, students are eligible to appear for the JEE Main and JEE Advanced exams.

**Students will need to satisfy at least one of the following criteria to enter IIT:**

- At least students get 75% of the combined marks in Class 12 or equivalent grades.

- Based on the Class 12 board test, a high 20 percent score will be announced after the JEE Advanced exam. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, A language, and any subject other than the above 4 are subjects considered for a combined 20% mark count.

**IIT entry preparation tips:**

**Exam preparation:**

Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics are the three main subjects you should prepare for the exam. Students should be strong in the basics of each lesson. It is not about memorizing formulas and all other concepts but it is about how students get into the concepts of their subjects and their academic ability.

Students should spend 6 to 8 hours daily learning the concepts and then digging deep into each lesson. So that they can have a solid solid knowledge of concepts. To achieve that, students have to work hard and have to sacrifice the pleasures in their lives to get into IIT.

Practice and review the concepts as much as possible so that students find the strength of knowledge in the concepts of each lesson that helps them to analyze the test. Also, students need to develop good analytical and psychological skills that help students dig deeper into the lessons and become stronger in their basic concepts.

Experts recommend the following reference books to prepare you for the test. Students should use NCERT textbooks for grades 11 and 12 in physics, chemistry, and Mathematics.

**Physics,**

Concepts of Physics – H. C. Verma

Understanding Physics – DC Pandey

JEE Main and Advanced Practice Book Physics – DC Pandey

Wiley’s Halliday / Resnick / Walker Physics Book for JEE Main & Advanced – Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

Problems in General Physics – I. E. Irodov

**For Chemistry,**

JEE (Main & Advanced) Physical Chemistry Issues – Narendra Awasthi

Organic Chemistry – Morrison and Boyd

Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J. D. Lee

Modern Chemical Statistics – RC Mukherjee

**Mathematically,**

- Cengage Maths – G TEWANI
- JEE Advanced Comprehensive Mathematics – books by Tata McGraw Hill
- Problems Plus in IIT Mathematics – A Das Gupta
- Arihant Problem Book in Mathematics for IIT JEE – SK Goyal

Once students are clear on their basic concepts, their self-esteem will be higher by emerging from such a competitive test. Practice and review ideas whenever you have time and students should learn all the concepts and should be experts in that.

**Conclusion:**

There is no magic and luck to getting into IIT. Students should be experts in an in-depth knowledge of the concepts of each subject. Also, remember to check out the list of IIT Colleges in India, to get the impression of what you intend to achieve. Students should study the concepts of each subject carefully and spend 6 to 8 hours a day preparing for the test. Also, analytical