JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017

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JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017

JEE Advanced Exam AnalysisJEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 is now available here as JEE Advanced 2017 has now concluded. Detailed analysis of the examination including the subject wise and overall difficulty level along with the expected cutoff has been compiled and updated in the article. The offline examination of JEE Advanced 2017 was held on May 21, 2017. JEE Advanced 2017 is the gateway for admissions to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and consists of two papers which was held from 9 am to 12 pm (Paper I) and 2 pm to 5 pm (Paper II). Different coaching institutes have also released JEE Advanced 2017 exam analysis. There is no set examination pattern for JEE Advanced and most of the questions lean towards being more subjective or analytical. Negative marks will also be allotted to the candidates for incorrect responses. Last year, Paper I and Paper II had an allocation of 186 marks each; this year Paper I and Paper II was conducted for a total of 183 marks each. The grand total, therefore, for JEE Advanced 2017 including Paper I and Paper II is 366 marks. The candidates can check the full article for detailed JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017.

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Only the top 2,20,000 JEE Main 2017 qualifiers will be allowed to attempt the JEE Advanced 2017 examination. Those candidates who have not qualified JEE Main 2017 will not be allowed to participate in the admission process for IITs.

 

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017

 

The overall and subject wise exam analysis of JEE Advanced 2017 for both the papers have been updated. The analysis released by the individual coaching institutes will also be available in this article. The expected cutoff of JEE Advanced 2017 will also be announced soon

 

JEE Advanced 2017 Section Wise Breakdown

 

 In terms of the format of JEE Advanced 2017 Paper I, the question paper for the present session differed significantly from the previous year. There were differences in the section-wise distribution and nature of questions present in the various sections:

 

Section 1: Consisted of seven questions which had four options each. One or more of these four options were correct. 4 marks will be awarded if all the correct options are selected while 2 marks will be deducted if incorrect questions are chosen. Partial mark of 1 will be given to each correct option in case the incorrect option is not selected.

 

Section 2: The section consisted of five questions. The answer to the question will be a single digit integer ranging from 0 to 9, both inclusive. Full 3 marks will be awarded for the correct answer and there will be no negative marking.

 

Section 3: Six questions of the matching type were present in this section. Three questions based on the two tables, each having 3 columns and 4 rows will be there in the section. Each question had will have four options out of which only one will be correct. 3 marks will be given for the correct answer whereas 1 mark will be deducted for in the correct response.

 

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 by Coaching Institutes

 

The coaching institutes will analyse the question paper of JEE Advanced 2017 in three levels - easy, moderate and difficult. To help candidates the question paper of JEE Advanced 2017 will be analysed on overall basis and subject basis too. Candidates can find the overall analysis and subject wise analysis - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the table below.

 

Analysis of JEE Advanced 2017 by Coaching Institutes

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Coaching Institutes

Overall Analysis

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by FIITJEE

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Resonance

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Vidyamandir

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by IIT-ians PACE

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Aakash

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Allen Kota

For Paper I, the examination has more questions of an easy level.There were more multiple correct answer type questions followed by comprehension and numerical questions were less in number.

Paper II: Chemistry was the most difficult section, followed by Physics and Mathematics respectively. Multiple Correct Answer Type questions carried the highest marks -84. Single Correct Answer Type and Single Correct Answer Type (Comprehension) contributed 63 and 36 marks respectively.  

Paper I - 30 easy, 27 moderate and 4 difficult questions were present in the question paper.

Paper II - Questions to the tune of 55 marks were marked easy to moderate. 6 marks were tagged difficult. 

Paper I - There was 20 easy questions, 20 moderate and 21 difficult questions. 

Paper II -  Out of maximum 61 marks in this section, 24 marks tagged difficult, 24 moderate, and 13 easy. 

Paper I - In Mathematics, the candidates had to attempt 37 easy, 16 moderate and 8 difficult questions. 

Paper II - Easy and moderate level questions contributed 27 marks each, with remaining 7 marks marked difficult.

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Super 30

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Career Point

Paper I: A total of 54 questions were asked -18 each from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The difficulty level was average. 40% of the questions were Multiple Correct Answer type. There were also 5 Numerical Response type questions carrying 3 marks (no negative marking). Difficulty in increasing order: Mathematics, Physics, Mathematics

 

Paper II: 18 questions asked from the three subjects for a total of 54 questions. Paper II was lengthy and difficult compared to Paper I. Also, like Paper I, it included 40% Multiple Correct Answer type questions. Difficulty in increasing order: Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry.

 

Paper I: Questions were concept-based and innovative. The overall difficulty level is average. Breakdown of questions based on their difficulty level: Easy (2), Average (5), Above Average (7), and Difficult (4)

 

Paper II: The difficulty level is higher than Paper I. Breakdown of questions based on difficulty level: Easy (2), Average (5), Above Average (6), and Difficult (5)

 

 

Paper I: The difficulty level is above average. Most of the questions were concept-based. Inorganic Chemistry also included fact-based questions. Breakdown of questions based on difficulty level: Easy (1), Average (3), Above Average (7), and Difficult (7)

 

 

Paper II: Compared to Paper I, this paper was more difficult. Physical Chemistry, in particular, was quite difficult. Inorganic Chemistry also had two difficult questions. Breakdown of questions based on difficulty level: Easy (1), Average (4), Above Average (6), and Difficult (7)

 

Paper I: Compared to last year, this year's paper was easy. Also, it was the easiest of the three subjects. This year no questions were asked from Vector and 3D. Breakdown of questions based on difficulty level: Easy (3), Average (6), Above Average (5), and Difficult (4)

 

Paper II: Paper II was a difficult compared to Paper I, as it was more concept-based and involved long, complicated calculations. Breakdown of questions based on difficulty level: Easy (2), Average (5), Above Average (5), and Difficult (6)

 

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Plancess

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Career Launcher

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Vidyalankar

As per the experts of Vidyalankar, the examination had more easy and moderate level questions. The Mathematics section had more difficult questions. Each section had 18 questions. 

Paper I - The difficulty level of Physics was much lower. Most of the questions were on the easier side.

Paper I - Chemistry had a moderate level question and there were some difficult questions in the section too. 

Paper I - Mathematics section had an almost similar number of moderate and difficult questions.   

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Sri Chaitanya

Paper I: It had three sections: Multiple Correct Answer type of 4 marks each (-2 for the wrong answer), Single Digit Integer type questions of 3 marks (no negative marking), and Single Answer type questions (+ 3 for correct and -1 for the wrong answer). Maths paper was relatively easy, compared to Physics and Chemistry.

Paper II: Chemistry was on the difficult side with most questions concept-based. Physics was moderate, with some questions concept-based that could be time-consuming. Also, all questions in Physics are within the syllabus. Mathematics was easiest. Three types of questions were asked: Questions with Multiple Correct Choice, Questions with Integer Answer Type, Questions with Single Answer Type  

Paper I: There were two ambiguous questions, one from Ray Optics and another Thermal Radiation. Heat and Thermodynamics had the maximum representation with total 20 marks.

 

Paper II: Physics questions were a bit harder and a few time consuming especially concept-based ones. Questions were asked from the syllabus.

 

Paper I: Chemistry included 2-3 ambiguous questions. To answer all the questions on this subject, candidates need in-depth knowledge. Questions worth 23 marks was asked from Physical Chemistry, 20 from Organic Chemistry, and 18 from Inorganic Chemistry  

Paper II: All questions were concept-based requiring thorough knowledge to successfully attempt them. A majority of the questions were. in fact multi-conceptual, Physical Chemistry in particular. Inorganic Chemistry was of moderate difficulty level, while Organic Chemistry was easy.  

Paper I: Mathematics is easy, but there are a number of questions that may consume time. Also, to answer all the questions, the candidate needs to prepare thoroughly. 21 marks are from Algebra; 2-D Geometry and Calculus contributed 20 marks each.

 

Paper II: Easier than Physics and Chemistry. There are two questions that are lengthy. Calculus has maximum weightage with 30 marks, Algebra second with 15 marks.  

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JEE Advanced Analysis 2017 by Motion Education

Paper I - The examination was of moderate level. There were relatively less difficult questions in the examination and easier ones were present in the question paper. There was 50-50 weightage from 11th and 12th standard syllabus.

Paper I - This section had 50% of easy questions. 39% were of a moderate level while 11% were difficult. Equal weightage was given to both 11th and 12th standard syllabus. Questions from Thermal Physics was predominant while an equal number of questions were asked from Modern Physics and Optics.

 

Paper I - Questions for the Chemistry section were of moderate level. They were comparatively less easy questions in this section. Again, equal weightage was given to the syllabus of the 11th and 12th standard. The candidates saw more questions from Physical Chemistry while Inorganic and Organic Chemistry had an almost similar amount of distribution.

Paper I - 44% of moderate level questions were present in the Mathematics section and there were fewer questions which were on the easier side. 50-50 syllabus weightage was present in the section of Mathematics. The topics of Algebra and Coordinate Geometry had more distribution in the section as compared to Integral and Differential Calculus. 

 

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 Paper I by Students

 

 

Paper I of JEE Advanced 2017 has concluded and the exam analysis from the students who attempted the examination is now available. According to the students, there were 10 sets of question papers which ranged from Code 0 to Code 9. The marking scheme and pattern of the exam were similar to the previous year. A total of 54 questions were present in the question paper. Each section consisted of 18 questions. The section of Mathematics was easy, Chemistry was more conceptual and Physics was tricky. The total marks of the JEE Advanced 2017 Paper I was 183.

 

We at Careers360 were present at the examination venue and spoke with some of the students who attempted the examination:

 

According to Rajan, the exam was overall tough and objective. Chemistry was difficult, Mathematics and Physics were of moderate difficulty. 12th standard syllabus had more weightage in the exam. Conic section from Mathematics and the Mechanical section from Physics had more questions. It was Rajan’s first attempt and he has not attended any coaching. Rajan attempted almost 50% to 60% of the questions.

 

Yash Goyal claimed that the paper was easier than last year.

 

Sunny, who had taken coaching from Resonance, answered that the questions were objective based. Chemistry section was tough. Overall, Paper I of JEE Advanced 2017 was moderate.

 

It is Arfat’s first attempt of JEE Advanced 2017. Having taken coaching, she found the paper easy as compared to the last two years. Arfat does not have a clear idea about the subject wise difficulty level. According to her, there were more matrix style questions on Thermodynamics in both Chemistry and Physics section.

 

Harsh, who prepared through VMC, attempted 35 questions out of the total 54. He found Physics section the toughest, Chemistry and Mathematics were comparatively easier. Harsh will also be attempting BITSAT.

 

According to Shikha, Chemistry was the easiest, Mathematics toughest and Physics was moderate. The paper was found to be easier than the previous year. The section of Mathematics had more questions from Chronic section and in Physics, more questions were from Magnetic Field.

 

JEE Advanced 2017 Student Reaction

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 Paper II by Students

 

Paper II of JEE Advanced 2017 has concluded. There was a total of 54 questions for Paper II and it was found to be generally tougher than Paper I. Physics seemed to be the toughest section in Paper II, The question paper was objective and the pattern of the examination was similar to the morning paper. Here are some of the candidates' reaction to the examination.

 

Ankur, a candidate of JEE Advanced 2017, found the paper more difficult than Paper I. Physics was the toughest according to him while Mathematics and Chemistry were of moderate level.

 

According to Pushkar, the Mathematics questions were lengthy and took more time than what was allotted. The Chemistry section was balanced and tricky. Another candidate, Anish, also agreed that the paper was tougher than Paper I. 

 

Tathagat spoke to us as he expressed his opinion that the examination was tougher than the previous year. He found the Mathematics section tough while Chemistry was easy.

 

JEE Advanced 2017 Student Reaction

 

Important Points of JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017

  • Expert analysis of the examination, as well as the reaction of the candidates who appeared for the examination, is now available.

  • Both the papers of JEE Advanced 2017 are compulsory. The analysis of both the papers will be available.

  • The analysis will give information about the difficulty level of the exam as well as which subject had more weightage and the overall composition of the exam pattern.

Minimum percentage of marks required for qualifying JEE Advanced 2017

The candidates who manage to secure the minimum prescribed marks in each subject and in aggregate will be included in the rank list of JEE Advanced 2017 which will be available on June 11, 2017.

 

Minimum percentage of marks required by the candidates for qualifying JEE Advanced

S.No

Rank List

Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject

Minimum Percentage of Aggregate Marks

1

Common Rank List (CRL)

10.0

35.0

2

OBC-NCL Rank List

9.0

31.5

3

SC Rank List

5.0

17.5

4

ST Rank List

5.0

17.5

5

Common – PwD Rank List (CRL-PwD)

5.0

17.5

6

OBC-NCL-PwD Rank List

5.0

17.5

7

SC-PwD Rank List

5.0

17.5

8

ST-PwD Rank List

5.0

17.5

9

Preparatory Course Rank List

2.5

8.75

Exam Analysis of JEE Advanced 2016

 

JEE Advanced 2016 consisted of ten different sets – 0 to 9. The partial marking for multiple correct answers was brought back in the previous year’s examination. The paper was more logical than calculative and the difficulty level was moderate. The section of Physics was the toughest in the previous year and Chemistry was found to be the easiest. The syllabus from 12th standard had more weightage in the examination.

 

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First Published On : 20 May 2017 03:59 PM IST
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