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WBJEE Analysis 2023: Paper-Wise Difficulty Level, Expected Cutoff

Updated By Ritoprasad Kundu on 27 Sep, 2023 15:48

Registration Starts On December 22, 2023

WBJEE Analysis 2023

WBJEE 2023 has been conducted for Paper 1 Mathematics from 11 am to 1 pm and paper 2 Physics and Chemistry from 2 pm to 4 pm. The complete paper analysis of WBJEE 2023 has been updated on this page after the conclusion of WBJEE 2023 exam. The WBJEE paper analysis can be checked by candidates to have an idea about the expected WBJEE cutoff 2023.

WBJEE 2023 Paper Analysis

The detailed paper analysis of WBJEE 2023 has been given for the assistance of the candidates in this section.

WBJEE 2023 Paper 1 Exam Analysis

Paper 1 consists of Mathematics section from which 75 questions has been asked divided in three categories. The detailed WBJEE paper analysis 2023 for paper 1 has been given in the following table.

Particulars

Analysis

Overall Difficulty Level of Exam

Easy to Moderate

Total Number of Difficult Questions

12 to 15

Total Number of Average Questions

30

Total Number of Easy Questions

25

Topics/ Chapters with Maximum Weightage

• Calculus

• Algebra

• Coordinate Geometry

Expected Number of Good Attempts

60+

Was the Paper Lengthy & Time-Consuming?

Some questions were considered lengthy

WBJEE 2023 Paper 2 Exam Analysis

Paper 2 of WBJEE 2023 comprises of the Physics and Chemistry section and the total number of questions asked was 80 which is divided into 3 categories as well. WBJEEB has asked 40 questions from each subject which was further divided into 30 questions from Category 1, 5 questions from Category 2 and 5 questions from Category 3. The detailed analysis of Paper 2 can be checked in the table below.

WBJEE 2023 Paper 2 Analysis (Physics & Chemistry)

Overall Difficulty Level of Physics

Moderate

Overall Difficulty Level of Chemistry

Easy to Moderate

Total No. of Difficult Questions (Physics + Chemistry)

25

Total No. of Average Difficult Questions (Physics + Chemistry)

30

Total No. of Easy Questions

25

Topics with Maximum Weightage in Physics

• Mechanical Properties of Fluid

• Magnetic Fields

• Electric charges & Fields

• Conductors

• Interference Patterns

• Wavelengths

Topics with Maximum Weightage in Chemistry

• p- Block Elements

• Ionic Equilibrium

• Redox Reactions

• Chemical Equilibrium

Expected No. of Good Attempts (Physics + Chemistry)

65+

Was the Paper Lengthy & Time Consuming?

Select questions were time consuming

WBJEE 2023 Expected Marks Vs Ranks

Candidates who have appeared in WBJEE 2023 can check their WBJEE score and the expected WBJEE rank in the table below.

WBJEE Marks (Expected)

WBJEE Rank Range

199-200

1 - 10

195-198

11 - 50

194-188

51 - 200

187 – 175

201 - 600

174 - 163

601 - 1000

162 – 150

1001 - 2500

149 – 138

2501 - 4000

137 – 125

4001 - 6000

124 – 100

6001 - 10000

99 – 75

10001 - 16000

74 - 63

16001 - 25000

62 - 50

25001 - 35000

Less than 50

35000+

Also Read: WBJEE Marks vs Rank Analysis 2023

WBJEE 2022 Paper Analysis

The detailed question paper analysis of WBJEE 2022 is available. You can check in the table below for Paper 1 (Mathematics), Paper 2 (Physics & Chemistry) question paper analysis.

WBJEE 2022 Paper 1 Exam Analysis

WBJEE 2022 Mathematics (Paper 1) was conducted on April 30 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, and the mode of exam is offline.

• The Mathematics question paper of WBJEE 2022 consists of 75 questions that are divided into three categories
• Category 1 has 50 questions and 1 mark is awarded for each correct attempt, Category 2 consists of 15 questions for 30 marks and Category 3 consists of 10 questions for 20 marks. The overall mark for Paper 1 of the WBJEE exam is 100
• So, the overall level of WBJEE 2022 Paper 2 (Mathematics) was moderate to tough

Aspect

Analysis

Overall Difficulty Level of Exam

Moderate and Lengthy

Total Number of Difficult Questions

27

Total Number of Average Questions

30

Total Number of Easy Questions

18

Topics/ Chapters with Maximum Weightage

• Calculus
• Coordinate Geometry
• Conics

Expected Number of Good Attempts

65+

Was the Paper Lengthy & Time-Consuming?

Yes, the paper was lengthy

WBJEE 2022 Paper 2 Exam Analysis

WBJEE 2022 Paper 2 (Physics & Chemistry) was conducted on April 30 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

• According to the exam pattern of WBJEE, Paper 2 consists of 40 questions each from Physics and Chemistry
• The questions are divided into three categories, viz., Category 1 (30 questions for 30 marks), Category 2 (5 questions for 10 marks) and Category 3 (5 questions for 10 marks)
• The total marks weightage of WBJEE 2022 Paper 2 is 100
• Difficulty level of Chemistry was moderate. Questions were standard and covered all the three parts Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry equally. Students with good preparation could easily attempt 35 to 40 questions.

Aspect

Analysis

Difficulty Level of Physics

Moderate to Difficult

Difficulty Level of Chemistry

Easy

Total Number of Difficult Questions

20

Total Number of Average Difficult Questions

30

Total Number of Easy Questions

30

Expected Number of Good Attempts

85+

Was the paper lengthy & time-consuming?

No

WBJEE 2021 Paper Analysis

WBJEE 2021 was successfully conducted and this year WBJEE Physics and Mathematics section will follow WBJEE 2022 Exam Pattern. While most of the students found Mathematics section tough, the Physics section was easy and the Chemistry section was moderate. We can predict the WBJEE 2022 Paper analysis by considering the 2021's analysis. The overall difficulty level of WBJEE 2021 was moderate. Check WBJEE Paper I and Paper II detailed Analysis here:

WBJEE 2021 Paper 1 Exam Analysis

WBJEE 2021 Paper was successfully conducted on July 17, 2021. More than 1 lakh students appeared in one of the most popular state level engineering entrance examinations . WBJEE 2022 will help students secure one of the seats out of 32,000 seats in West Bengal engineering colleges.

• The paper was conducted in two shifts. Paper I was Mathematics which was conducted in the morning shift between 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
• Most of the students found the Mathematics paper length and difficult to solve.
• Compared to Last year, the Mathematics paper was tougher. Most of the questions were application based.

According to students who attended the examination, section B was lengthy and its difficulty level was high while section A was moderate. Students found Section C easy to attempt.

Section

Maximum marks

Difficulty Level

Section A

50

Moderate but lengthy

Section B

30

Tough

Section C

20

Easy

So, the overall level of WBJEE 2021 Paper I (Mathematics) was moderate to tough.

WBJEE 2021 Paper 2 Exam Analysis

WBJEE 2021 Paper 2 was concluded at 4: 00 pm on July 17, 2021. Students who appeared in Paper II concluded that Physics paper followed the pattern of JEE Mains. Physics section covered questions from either syllabus. Most of the questions were asked from state board books.The overall Level of questions in Physics was easy.

Physics Section- Wise Analysis

Section

Maximum Marks

Difficulty Level

Section A

30

Easy

Section B

10

Moderate

Section C

10

Easy

Difficulty level of Chemistry was moderate. Questions were standard and covered all the three parts Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry equally. Students with good preparation could easily attempt 35 to 40 questions.

WBJEE 2020 Paper Analysis

The authorities conducted WBJEE 2020 in February 02, 2020. The overall difficulty level of WBJEE 2020 was moderate to difficult. Students found mathematics to be moderate to difficult. Whereas students found Physics and Chemistry to be relatively easy. The important topics were taken from board examination syllabus of West Bengal state. The syllabus was given equal importance and weightage in the question paper

SubjectDifficulty level
MathematicsDifficult and length
PhysicsModerate
ChemistryEasy

WBJEE 2019 Paper Analysis

WBJEE 2019 entrance exam has been conducted on 26th May 2019 for admission into UG programmes such as Architecture, Pharmacy, Engineering and Technology in various Government and self-financed Universities in the state of West Bengal. WBJEE 2019 was conducted in offline mode and candidates are evaluated on the basis of their Physics, Chemistry and Mathematical ability within the duration of 120 minutes (2 Hours).

SubjectsDifficulty level
MathematicsEasy to Moderate
ChemistryEasy
PhysicsEasy to Moderate

WBJEE 2018 Paper Analysis

Candidates the understand the paper difficulty of WBJEE 2018 analysing the question paper. In overall analysis, the exam was moderate to easy except for mathematics which was difficult in terms of time management.

• In the Chemistry Section, the level of difficulty was moderate and one could easily attempt 30 to 32 questions within a time frame of 60 minutes in this sections with decent preparation.
• In Physics the level of difficulty was moderate and one could easily attempt 31 to 32 questions within a time frame of 60 minutes in this sections with decent preparation. If the accuracy is good, one has a higher chance of scoring high marks in this section.
• In Maths, the level of difficulty was moderate and one could easily attempt 55 to 65 questions within a time frame of 120 minutes in this sections with decent preparation.

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FAQs about WBJEE Exam Analysis

How many students appeared for the WBJEE exam?

Almost 1 lakh students appeared for the exam

How many questions are asked for the WBJEE exam?

There are total of 150 questions asked for WBJEE exam

Were there any negative marks for wrong answers in WBJEE?

Yes, negative marks were there for wrong answers in WBJEE?

How many seats are available in B.Tech through WBJEE?

Almost 32,000 seats in West bengal engineering colleges are filled on the basis of WBJEE score and counselling'

Is WBJEE 2023 a difficult exam?

Keeping in view the competitiveness of WBJEE 2023, yes WBJEE 2023 is a difficult exam. However, with correct preparation strategy and dedication, candidates can easily clear the WBJEE 2023 exam.

Which subject has the highest weightage in WBJEE 2023?

Mathematics has the highest weightage among the other subjects when compared to physics and chemistry / biology.

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Related Questions

Please give cutoff details

-Ankan khanUpdated on June 26, 2023 01:44 PM
Aditi Shrivastava, Student / Alumni

Dear student,

The WBJEE cutoff 2023 has not been released yet. You can check out the Techno International New Town WBJEE cutoff for 2022 at https://admissions.nic.in/admiss/admissions/orcr by selecting the 'Joint Seat Allocation Authority' option and choosing the required institute and other details. You can also check out the cutoff highlights of TICT Kolkata for the 'WBJEE 2022 All India -open' category in the table below.

 Programme Cutoff (closing rank) Computer Science & Engineering 33042 Information Technology 29715 Civil Engineering 77792 Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning 40941

Can a Hyderabad student apply for the WBJEE exam?

-PradeepUpdated on February 07, 2022 12:34 AM
Diksha Sharma, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

As per the general eligibility criteria of WBJEE, the aspirants must have passed Class 12th in West Bengal and must be a permanent resident of West Bengal. So, if you or your parents have a domicile of West Bengal, then you can appear for the exam else you cannot.

You can also check WBJEE Eligibility Criteria to learn about the complete eligibility requirements for the exam.

You can also fill the Common Application Form on our website for admission-related assistance. You can also reach us through our IVRS Number - 1800-572-9877.

I am from Odisha General category, I will pass my 12th from CBSE board from a school in Odisha. Can I get admission to Jadavpur University for B.Tech?

-NeelUpdated on January 21, 2021 01:03 PM
Diksha Sharma, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

The admission to B.Tech program at Jadavpur University is done on the basis of the WBJEE entrance exam. However, in order to sit for the WBJEE exam, the candidate must have passed Class 12th from a school in West Bengal. So, we are sorry to say that you are not eligible for admission if you have passed your 12th from a school in Odisha.

You can check WBJEE Eligibility Criteria to learn more.

Meanwhile, you can also check the following article if you want to take admission to B.Tech program in Odisha:

Odisha B.Tech Admission Process

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