JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2021

Updated By Abhik Das on 12 Nov, 2020 18:44

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JEE Advanced 2021 Paper 1 and Paper 2 Analysis

The candidates will find out the detailed analysis of both Paper 1 and paper 2 exams of JEE advanced 2021. The following sections contain the detailed JEE advanced paper 1 and paper 2 exam analysis. 

JEE Advanced Previous Year Paper Analysis

The second paper of the JEE advanced 2020 exam has been conducted successfully between 02:30 HRS and 05:30 HRS. The detailed analysis of the JEE Advanced 2020 paper 2 exams can be accessed from the link provided below. 

JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 2 Exam Analysis available now! Click here for the detailed analysis of the second shift of JEE Advanced 2020. 

NTA has successfully conducted the first paper of the JEE Advanced 2020 exam on 27th September 2020 between 09:00 HRS and 12:00 HRS. Check out the detailed analysis of JEE Advanced Paper 1 2020 with the help of the link provided below along with some important updates. 

JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 1 Exam Analysis Available Now! Click here for the detailed analysis of the first shift JEE Advanced 2020.

JEE Advanced 2020 Pre-Exam Analysis

Candidates looking for the pre-exam analysis of JEE Advanced 2020, which is scheduled to be conducted on the 27th of September 2020, must go through the entire section in a very detailed manner. In the pre-exam analysis, we usually talk about the expected difficulty level of the question papers, exam pattern, marking scheme, expected cutoff scores etc. The pre-exam analysis for JEE Advanced 2020 is based on the previous year analysis and the candidates might find a slight difference between the pre-exam analysis and the post-exam analysis. 

JEE Advanced 2020 Paper-I Pre-Exam Analysis

  • Physics is expected to give some nervy moments to the candidates as usual 

  • The difficulty level of paper-I of JEE Advanced 2020 is expected to remain between moderate and difficult

  • Most of the questions in the Mathematics section are expected to be from Algebra and Coordinate Geometry

  • Physical and Inorganic Chemistry questions are expected to be dominant in the Chemistry section

JEE Advanced 2020 Paper-II Pre-Exam Analysis

  • The overall difficulty level of the IInd paper of JEE Advanced 2020 is expected to be between moderately difficult and highly difficult

  • Either between the Physics or Mathematics section is expected to be time-consuming due to the difficulty level of the section

  • The overall expected cutoff score for General category candidates will be in the range of 120 and 150 

The candidates can also check out the detailed previous year's JEE Advanced Paper-I and Paper-II analysis from the sections provided below.

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JEE Advanced Paper Analysis 2019

The JEE Advanced 2019 exam was conducted by IIT Roorkee on 27th May 2019 in two shifts. Candidates appearing for JEE Advanced 2019 had to appear in both the Paper I and Paper II for admission into various IITs and premier institutions in India. The JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I was conducted in the first shift, i.e from 9:00 am till 12:00 noon while the Paper II for JEE Advanced 2019 was conducted from 2:00 pm till 5:00 pm. CollegeDekho spoke to the students after the conclusion of JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I & Paper II and provided below is the paper analysis for the same.

Here is a quick look at the JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I and Paper II analysis.

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I Analysis

The JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I was conducted in the morning shift which consisted of a total of 54 questions. The Paper I was divided into three sections-Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and the candidates had a maximum of 180 minutes to try and attempt all the questions. The maximum marks for the JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I was 186.

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I Section 1 Analysis

  • This section had 4 questions and each question carried 3 marks

  • The maximum marks for this section were 12

  • For every correct answer, the candidates will be awarded 3 marks while for every incorrect entry 1 mark will be deducted

  • There will be no negative marking for the unattempted questions

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I Section 2 Analysis

  • This section comprised of 8 questions where each question carried 4 marks

  • The maximum marks for this section were 32

  • For every correct answer, the candidates will be awarded 4 marks

  • For every incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted and there will be no negative marking for the unattempted questions

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I Section 3 Analysis

  • This section consisted of 6 questions where each question carried 3 marks

  • The candidates will be awarded 3 marks for every correct answer while 1 mark will be deducted for a wrong entry

Overall Analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I

Students who took the Paper I of JEE Advanced 2019 felt the difficulty level of the paper was moderate to difficult. Physics, as usual, was the toughest section of all. Physics questions were based on Class XIth and Class XIIth syllabus while Algebra & Coordinate Geometry questions dominated the Mathematics section and the Chemistry questions were mostly related to Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. Except for the total marks of the JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I, which was changed from 180 to 186 this year, the rest of the paper was similar to previous year JEE Advanced paper.

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II Analysis

JEE Advanced Paper II for the year 2019 was conducted in the evening shift, i.e from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm by IIT Roorkee on 27th May 2019. IIT JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II was also conducted in online mode and it is estimated that over 1.73 lakh students appeared for the same. The total number of questions asked in the JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II was 54 which is the same as the previous year. The maximum marks of Paper II JEE Advanced 2019 were increased from 180 to 186 this year.

Provided below is the section-wise analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II.

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II Section 1 Analysis

  • This section was comparatively easy than Paper I Section 1

  • The questions asked in this section were mostly conceptual

  • The questions were based on Class XI and Class XII syllabus

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II Section 2 Analysis

  • The students, as usual, felt this section to be the easiest of all

  • Most of the questions asked in this section were from Inorganic and Physical Chemistry

  • This section also consisted of some tricky questions to assess the in-depth knowledge and logical concluding ability of the candidates

JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II Section 3 Analysis

  • The students reported that the difficulty level of this section was moderate to hard

  • The students felt that Section 3 was the lengthiest of all

  • Most of the questions in this section were from Algebra, Calculus and Coordinate Geometry

Overall Analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II

Students who appeared in the JEE Advanced 2019 paper II exam reported that the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to difficult. The students, however, felt that compared to JEE Advanced 2019 Paper I, Paper II was easier. While Physics was tough in Paper I, Paper II Mathematics section was lengthy. Compared to the previous year, the JEE Advanced 2019 Paper II was tougher and most of the students could not complete the paper within the stipulated time. Students who had a good hold over the concepts and better time management strategy fared well in the exams. The questions were in MCQ format which had either single or multiple correct answers. According to the experts, the overall difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2019 paper I and Paper II was moderately difficult. They feel this year's General category cutoff may hover between 127 and 142 which may be enough for securing a seat in the IITs and leading Institutes in India.

JEE Advanced 2019 Pre-Exam Analysis

JEE Advanced 2019 will be conducted by IIT Roorkee on 27th May 2019 in online mode, and the candidates aspiring for admissions into various IITs and premier Institutes in India will be taking the JEE Advanced 2019 examination. Only those candidates who will qualify the JEE Advanced 2019 examination, which consists of two papers-Paper I and Paper II will be offered admission into various JEE Advanced 2019 participating colleges. The candidates appearing for JEE Advanced 2019 must sit in both the papers and on the basis of their performance in both Paper I and Paper II, the JEE Advanced 2019 rank list will be prepared. JEE Advanced Paper I will be conducted in the first shift, i.e from 9 am to 12 noon while Paper II is scheduled to take place in the second shift, i.e from 2 pm to 5 pm. The JEE Advanced 2019 result will be declared on 14th June 2019 and the qualified candidates will be able to participate in the further admission process.

Both the JEE Advanced Paper I and Paper II will be divided into three sections, i.e Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics to assess the analytical, comprehension and reasoning skills of the candidates. Each paper in JEE Advanced 2019 examination will carry 54 questions based on the topics covered in Class XI and Class XII. Each paper will carry maximum marks of 183 and the candidates will have 180 minutes (3 hours) to complete the same. The candidates will have the liberty to answer in either Hindi or English in the JEE Advanced 2019 examination. The candidates will only be allowed to use a Blue or Black Ballpoint pen while answering the questions. There will be negative marking in JEE Advanced 2019 examination.

The following sections contain the JEE Advanced paper analysis of previous years which will help the candidates understand other peculiar details regarding the JEE Advanced 2019 entrance examination.

JEE Advanced 2018 Exam Analysis

JEE Advanced 2018 Paper 1 was conducted in the morning shift on 20th May from 9 AM to 12 PM. Paper 2 started at 2 PM and was conducted until 5 PM. Held annually in the month of May, JEE Advanced is a gateway for admission to the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). About 1,66,204 candidates are taking the JEE (Advanced) 2018 across India for a seat at the IITs. 

Based on their JEE Advanced 2018 ranks, test takers can get admission into the bachelor’s, integrated master’s and dual degree engineering courses (entry at the 10+2 level) offered at all the IITs. You can predict your rank using our JEE Advanced 2018 Rank Predictor.

Now that both Paper 1 & Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2018 have concluded, we bring to you the first reactions from students and experts, as well as a detailed insight into the JEE Advanced question paper. 

Click here for JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper I

Click here for JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper II

This is the first time when JEE Advanced is being conducted in online mode. As part of the JEE Advanced 2018 exam analysis, you will get details related to the distribution of questions and marks, overall as well as the subject-wise difficulty level of the exam, weightage given to 11th and 12th standard syllabus, etc.

The JEE Advanced question paper comprises of three separate sections including Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The questions asked in the paper are objective in nature (multiple choice and/or numerical answer type). 

The questions asked in the examination are designed to test candidates' comprehension, reasoning, and analytical abilities.

The JEE Advanced question papers are available in both Hindi and English languages.

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    First Reactions

    Candidates who appeared for JEE Advanced 2018 in the morning found the paper to be moderate in terms of difficulty level. The students found Maths and Physics more difficult as compared to Chemistry this year. While the total no. of questions remained the same as last year (which was 54), the maximum marks to be scored in Paper I this year has changed from 183 to 180. Since JEE Advanced was conducted in online mode this year, candidates had the freedom to change any option, or mark it for Review or Save and Next to proceed further. For Paper I, candidates had to report at 7:30 am to give biometric attendance. For Paper 2, students had to report at 12:45 pm.

      Detailed Analysis of JEE Advanced 2018 Paper I (9 AM to 12 PM)

      Section 1

      Physics

      Question Type

      Total Questions

      Marks per Questions

      Maximum marks

      Level of Difficulty

       

       

      Multiple Options correct

      6

      4

      24

      Difficult

       

       

      Typing Numerical Value

      8

      3

      24

       

       

       

      One option correct

      4

      3

      12

       

      Section 2

      Maths

      Multiple Options correct

      6

      4

      24

      Difficult

       

       

      Typing Numerical Value

      8

      3

      24

       

       

       

      One option correct

      4

      3

      12

       

      Section 3

      Chemistry

      Multiple Options correct

      6

      4

      24

      Moderate

       

       

      Typing Numerical Value

      8

      3

      24

       

       

       

      One option correct

      4

      3

      12

       

       

      Total

       

      54

       

      180

       

      The Paper I of JEE Advanced 2018 had a time duration of three hours. It had 54 questions in total and a maximum of 180 marks, which were distributed across three sections – Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. The maximum marks for each section was 60.

      Every section of the paper was divided into three parts:

      Part 1 comprised of six questions. Every question was followed by four options in which multiple options were correct. In case, all options marked are correct, +4 marks are awarded i.e. +1 for each correct response. No marks for the unanswered questions and -2 marks are deducted in all other cases. The maximum marks for a student to score in this part is 24.

      Part 2 comprised of eight questions. The correct response is a numerical value. For every question, the correct numerical value was to be rounded off to the second decimal place. The maximum marks for a student to score in this part is 24. For the correct answer, +3 marks are awarded and no marks are given in all other cases. 

      In Part 3, there were two comprehensions with two questions asked in each. Each question was followed by four options, out which only one was correct. For marking the correct option, candidates get a +3 and no marks are given if a question is not answered. For all other cases, candidates get -1. The maximum marks for a candidate to score in this section is12.

        Detailed Analysis of JEE Advanced 2018 Paper II (2 PM to 5 PM)

        Physics

        60

        18

        More than one correct answer

        6

        4

        24

        -2

         

         

         

        Numerical value answer

        8

        3

        24

        NA

         

         

         

        Single correct option

        4

        3

        12

        -1

        Chemistry

        60

        18

        More than one correct answer

        6

        4

        24

        -2

         

         

         

        Numerical value answer

        8

        3

        24

        NA

         

         

         

        Single correct option

        4

        3

        12

        -1

        Maths

        60

        18

        More than one correct answer

        6

        4

        24

        -2

         

         

         

        Numerical value answer

        8

        3

        24

        NA

         

         

         

        Single correct option

        4

        3

        12

        -1

        Total

        180

        54

         

        54

         

        180

         

        The format of Paper 1 and Paper 2 were almost same but Paper 2 was more lengthy as compared to Paper 1. Students found Paper 2 more difficult as compared to Paper 1.

        The good number of attempts in this paper was 40 to 45 at an accuracy of 85% to 90% and that would get a score of 115 plus out of 180, which is a decent score for getting into the top IITs.

        Questions were there from both 11th and 12th class syllabus in almost equal proportion in all the three subjects.

        Section 3 of each subject had 4 questions. Each question had 2 matching list, and only one out of the 4 options was matching.

        This section was relatively more tedious and difficult as it required a lot of precision.

          Overall Analysis of Paper I & II

          Overall score of 250 plus is a good score for securing a rank under 1500 and getting into the top IITs. At a combined score of 220 plus, one can expect a rank of 5000 plus. 

          A score of 280 plus will fetch a rank under 500 which will get sure shot admission in the top 2 IITs in the Computer Science.

          A score of 220 plus is also a decent score for getting a rank under 4000 and admission in the next 5 IITs.

          With a combined score of 200 plus, one can expect a rank of 6000 plus, and admission in other IITs.

            JEE Advanced 2017 Exam Analysis

            JEE Advanced 2017 examination took place peacefully on May 21, 2017. This year, around 1.7 lakh candidates appeared for the examination. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-Madras) conducted JEE Advanced 2017 examination that consisted of two papers, i.e., Paper I and Paper II.

            JEE Advanced 2017 Paper I Analysis: 

            • According to experts, the JEE Advanced 2017 was neither easy nor tough. The difficulty level was moderate.
            • Compared to the previous year, Paper I was easy.
            • The entire Paper I carried 183 marks with each subject having a weightage of 61 marks.
            • The paper had a mix of passage type questions, integer type questions and multiple correct choice questions.
            • On a whole, there were 18 passage questions for 54 marks, 15 integer type questions for 45 marks and 21 multiple correct choice questions for 84 marks.

            JEE Advanced 2017 Paper II Analysis: 

            • Experts felt that Paper II was easy this year and also as compared to Paper I.
            • It had a mix of passage type single choice questions, multiple correct choice and single choice questions.
            • Students will get 3 marks each for a correct single choice question while one mark will be deducted in case the answer is incorrect.
            • Coming to multiple-choice questions, students will get 4 marks for fully correct answers, one mark for partially correct answers while will have to bear a deduction of two marks for incorrect answers.
            • There will be no negative marking for passage type questions.
            • Paper II was for 183 marks.
            • It had 12 passage type single choice questions for 36 marks, 21 multiple-choice questions for 84 marks and 21 single choice questions for 63 marks.

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