JEE Advanced exam is an entrance exam conducted for admission in IITs to pursue undergraduate engineering courses. JEE Advanced Exam consists of two test papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the papers consists of three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The exam contains MCQ as well as NAT questions. The duration will be 3 hours for each test paper. JEE Advanced Exam is one of the toughest exams in India and candidates need to prepare well for the exam. Candidates who wish to pursue undergraduate architectural courses, have to appear in JEE Advanced AAT 2018 Exam. JEE Advanced AAT consists of three sections: Mathematics, Aptitude Test & Drawing Test. Total of 82 objective type questions will be asked which carries 390 marks. Below is the eligibility criteria to appear in the JEE Advanced AAT Exam: Qualify in both JEE Mains and JEE advanced. Have opted for appearing in the AAT exam during registration of JEE Advanced.