Mathematics is the most vital part of the IIT JEE syllabus. It is in fact an indispensible part of human race. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics have equal weightage in the JEE but Mathematics has an edge over the other two as, in case of a tie in the overall score of two or more candidates, the score in mathematics is considered to be the deciding factor. Mathematics is like a kin of science which lays the foundation for Physics and Chemistry. Various topics like calculus, differential equations and quadratic equations are used in almost all the questions of physics and chemistry.
The syllabus of IIT JEE Mathematics is a perfect blend of easy and difficult topics. Topics like probability, differential calculus, trigonometry, straight lines and circles in coordinate geometry, permutations and combinations in algebra are always easy to crack in IIT JEE. The success mantra of the JEE is practice and hard work. Gone are the days when students used to spend hours in attempting one question. Now it is an era of multiple choice questions. The JEE Mathematics questions test a student’s acquired knowledge as well as his aptitude.