JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017

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JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 – IIT Madras successfully conducted JEE Advanced 2017 Paper 1 on May 21, in the pen-paper based mode. Test takers can check JEE Advanced Exam analysis 2017 from this page. The JEE Advanced analysis 2017 has been prepared as per the candidates and expert reviews. The Paper 1 was held from 9:00 am to 12 noon, while the Paper 2 was held from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. According to many students, in Paper 1 the Mathematics paper was the easiest among the section while the questions in the Physics section were tricky and time-consuming. Some agreed that Chemistry section had questions based on concepts and were a bit difficult. The JEE Advanced Paper 2 was held today (May 20) from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Most students agreed that the JEE Advanced 2017 Paper 2 was tougher than Paper 1. The Physics section was the toughest while the difficulty level of Mathematics and Chemistry ranged between moderate and tough. Approximately 2,21,000 candidates have appeared for Paper 1 of JEE Advanced for admission to around 11,000 B.Tech seats of the 23 IITs. Read this article for complete and sectional JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017. Also check the expected JEE Advanced 2017 cutoff from this page.
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JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 – Institute wise

The table below provides the provides the Institute-wise JEE Advanced 2017 analysis –

JEE Advanced Institute-wise Exam Analysis 2017
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JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 – Quick Glance

JEE Advanced 2017 Paper 1 – As mentioned above, most students agreed that the Physics section was the toughest with tricky questions. According to few students, the questions in the Physics section consumed a lot of time. The problems in the Mathematics section needed in-depth calculation. However, candidates who had thoroughly practiced the problems from Class 11 and 12 syllabi were able to solve the questions without much difficulty. The difficulty level of the Mathematics section can be ranged between easy to moderate. Candidates found the Chemistry section to be of moderate difficulty level. In the first section of all the three parts, there were few questions which had multiple correct answers. A total of 4 marks will be awarded if candidates have darkened all the correct answers of a question. While the candidates will be awarded partial marks (+1 for each correct option), provided they don’t choose any incorrect option. For more details on JEE Advanced 2017 Paper 1 analysis, candidates can check the table below –

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis (Paper 1)
S.No. Subject No. of questions Marks Difficulty Level
1. Chemistry 18 61 Moderate
2. Mathematics 18 61 Moderate – Easy
3. Physics 18 61 Moderate – Tough
Total 54 183 Moderate to Tough

To check the section-wise distribution of marks of JEE Advanced 2017 (Paper 1), candidates can check the table below –

Section Question type Number of questions Full Marks Partial Marks Zero Marks Negative Marks Maximum Marks of the section
1 One or more correct option(s) 7 +4 (If only the bubbles corresponding to options is (are) darkened +1 (For darkening a bubble corresponding to each correct options provided no incorrect options is darkened) 0 (If none of the bubbles is darkened) – 2 (In all other cases) 28
2 Single Digit Integer (0-9) 5 + 3(If only the bubbles corresponding to options is darkened   0 (In all other cases)   15
3 Single Correct Option 6     0 (In all other cases) – 1(In all other cases) 18

 

JEE Advanced 2017 Paper 2 – The overall paper was tougher then Paper 1. Also, if compared to last year, the overall difficulty level can be tagged as moderately difficult. As mentioned above, the questions in the Physics part were the toughest. The answers in Mathematics were lengthy and consumed much time. Questions in Chemistry section were tricky but well balanced. The overall structure of the question paper was same as that of Paper 1.

To check the section-wise distribution of marks of JEE Advanced 2017 (Paper 2), candidates can check the table below –

Section Question type Number of questions Full Marks Partial Marks Zero Marks Negative Marks Maximum Marks of the section
1 Single correct option 7 +3 (If only the bubbles corresponding to correct options is darkened   0 (If none of the bubbles is darkened) – 1 (In all other cases) 21
2 One or more correct option(s) 7 + 4(If only the bubbles corresponding to all the correct option(s) is(are) darkened +1 (For darkening a bubble corresponding to each correct option provided no incorrect options is darkened) 0 (If none of the bubbles is darkened) – 2(In all other cases) 28
3 Comprehension 4 +3 (If only the bubbles corresponding to correct options is darkened   0 (In all other cases)   12

 

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 – Paper 1 Sectional Analysis

Physics – As mentioned above, this section was the trickiest and toughest among the others. There was a total of 18 questions and the total marks were 61. The questions in this section were mostly from Class 12 syllabus and few from Class 11. There were questions from the following topics –

  • Electrodynamics
  • Heat & Thermodynamics
  • Mechanics, Modern Physics
  • Optics and SHM & Waves.

The questions from Mechanics had more weightage than the other topics.

ChemistryIn Paper 1, most questions from this section were tricky and consumed much of the candidate’s time. Just like Physics, there were 18 questions in total and the maximum marks here was 61. There were no questions with multiple correct answers in this section. The section had questions from –

  • Inorganic Chemistry-I
  • Inorganic Chemistry-II
  • Organic Chemistry-I
  • Organic Chemistry-II
  • Physical Chemistry-I
  • Physical Chemistry-II

The Organic Chemistry II had the maximum number of questions and carried the highest weightage of marks.

Mathematics – Although this section had questions that required intensive calculations, the overall difficulty was between easy to moderate. The various questions in this section were from –

  • Binomial Theorem
  • Complex Numbers
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Differential Calculus
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics
  • Integral Calculus
  • Matrix & Determinants
  • Permutation & Combination
  • Probability
  • Quadratic Equation
  • Sequence & Series
  • Trigonometry
  • Vector & 3D.

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 – Marking Scheme

To understand the marking scheme of all the subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and their sections, read further –

Section – 1

  • There were seven questions
  • Each question had four options
  • One or more than one options were correct

For Example if A, C and D are all the correct for a question darkening all three will get +4 marks , darkening only A and D will get + 2 marks and darkening A and B will get – 2 marks as wrong options is also darkened.

For each question, marks will be awarded in one of the following orders:

Full Marks + 4 If only the bubbles corresponding to all correct options is (are) darkened
Partial Marks + 1 For darkening a bubble corresponding to each correct options provided no incorrect options is darkened
Zero marks 0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
Negative marking – 2 In all other cases

Section – 2

  • The answer of each questions is a single digit integer ranging from 0 to 9 both inclusive
  • For each correct question darken the bubble corresponding to the correct integer in the ORS

For each correct questions mark will be awarded in one the following categories

Full Marks + 3 If only the bubbles corresponding to the correct answer is darkened
Zero Marks 0 In all other section

Section – 3

  • This section contains 6 questions of matching style
  • This section contains 2 tables (each having 3 columns and 4 rows)
  • Based on each table there are three questions
  • Each question has four options (A, B, C and D) only one of these four options is correct
  • For each question darken the bubble corresponding to the correct options in the ORS

For each questions marks will be awarded in one of the following categories

Full Marks + 3 If only the bubbles corresponding to options is darkened
Zero marks 0 If none of the bubbles is darkened
Negative marking – 1 In all other cases

JEE Advanced Exam Analysis 2017 – Paper 2 Sectional Analysis

To be uploaded soon.

JEE Advanced 2017 Cutoff (Expected)

The candidates who appeared for JEE Advanced 2017 must make sure that they secure the minimum cut off marks to get shortlisted for the counselling rounds. The JEE Advanced cutoff 2017 marks will be prepared by IIT Madras and it will be available online. The cutoff scores will vary with the subject and category of the candidates. A General Category candidate must obtain minimum 10% in each subject while an aggregate of 35% to qualify JEE Advanced. The qualifying candidates will be shortlisted for admission to 11,000 seats (approx.) in B.Tech programmes of the 23 IITs. The expected cutoff scores of JEE Advanced are as follows –

JEE Advanced 2017 Cutoff
S.No. Category Cutoff Marks Cutoff Percentage (%)
1. Open Category 125 – 135 35
2. Other Backward Classes 115 – 120 31
3. Scheduled Caste 60 – 68 17
4. Scheduled Tribe 60 – 67 17

Note: The above data provided are subject to change.