Resonance National Entrance Test (ResoNET) is conducted for the
admission into Yearlong Classroom Contact Programmes(YCCPs) of JEE(Main+Advanced)
courses at Resonance.
The duration of test is 3 hours & the questions asked are objective in nature.
Syllabus of the Test:
The syllabus for the test is the syllabus of last Class passed and questions are
asked from Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics (including Mental Ability). The syllabus
is also mentioned in the Sample Teat Paper set given with the admission packet (except
WINNER Course). The Sample Test Papers (STPs) for WINNER Course (JEE(Main+Advanced))
are available on demand at Resonance H.O. and Study Centre Offices. The same can
be downloaded 'free' from Resonance Website www.resonance.ac.in.
On the basis of performance in ResoNET students are admitted in YCCPs (Yearlong
classroom contact programmes) and outstanding performers are awarded scholarships
under the various scholarship programme of Resonance.
Test cities/Centres for ResoNET:
ResoNET is conducted in most of the major cities of the country which includes the
cities of Resonance Study centres and few more cities. The list of cities for ResoNET
is available on the Institute's website and the in the ResoGuide. (The Institute
reserve the right to include or exclude any of the test cities).
How to prepare for ResoNET:
- Go through the sample test Papers provided with Admission Packet for reference and
try to solve them.
- An additional set containing 10 Practice test Papers (PTPs) can be procured from
- The test centre and venue date & time etc. (as mentioned on ResoNET admit card)
will remain unchanged until communicated in writing from the Institute.
- A student has to make his/her own arrangements of conveyance, boarding & lodging
etc.to appear in ResoNET at any of the test centres and no reimbursement of any
expenses shall be made in this respect.
Result of ResoNET:
The result of ResoNET will be available on Institute's website-www.resonance.ac.in
and shall also be communicated to the parents on the mobile number given by them
in the application form. It shall not be available or communicated through the Institute's
notice board, on telephone (at reception) or in writing from Institute.
Any canvassing for admission may put the student/parents into legal and/or administrative
trouble. The Institute will not be held responsible for any financial loss or harassment
of any nature occurred to the student/parents because of the canvassing for admission.
Hence parents/students are advised to stay away from canvassing in any from.