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JEE Advanced Paper Analysis

JEE Advanced 2015 Paper Analysis will offer important pointers for the single-step entrance exam for all government-run engineering colleges in India , including IITs, which will be held from next year.

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Here are some important points of IIT JEE 2015 paper analysis that we already know about:

  • Category-wise MQMR or JEE Cutoffs to be included in IIT JEE 2015 Merit List

IIT JEE 2014 Cut-Off

Besides, detailed JEE Advanced 2013 paper analysis revealed some clues to the paper pattern and types of questions you can exam this year.

  • Subject-wise Marks Distribution in Paper 1 & Paper 2 (Based on 2013)

JEE Advanced 2014 paper analysis

  • Weightage to Different Types of Questions in Paper 1

JEE Advanced 2014 paper analysis (Paper 1)

  • Weightage to Different Types of Questions in Paper 2

JEE Advanced 2014 paper analysis (Paper-2)

  • Both in Paper 1 and Paper 2, in sections which have negative marking, there is a penalty of -1 mark for wrong answer.

Out of 1,50,000 students shortlisted last year, only about 1.25 lakh students took JEE Advanced exam on June 2, 2013. Have a look at other details 2013 analysis reveals:

  • Question and Marks Distribution across Class 11 and Class 12 Syllabus in Paper 1 & Paper 2

JEE Advanced 2014 Question and Marks Distribution

JEE Advanced 2014 Question and Marks Distribution

  • Combined Difficulty Level Analysis for both Paper 1 & Paper 2

JEE Advanced 2014 Difficulty Level Analysis

JEE Advanced 2014 Difficulty Level Analysis

Subject-wise and Topic-wise Analysis of 2013 IIT JEE Paper (Combined for both Paper 1 & Paper 2)

  • Physics

Topics

No. of Questions

Total Marks

% Weightage

Nuclear Physics 

4

13

11%

Electro Magnetic Field

4

13

11%

Work, Power and Energy

4

12

10%

Modern Physics

3

9

8%

Electro statistics

2

7

6%

Geometrical Optics and Physical Optics

3

7

6%

Alternating Current

2

6

5%

Center of Mass

2

5

4%

Error in Measurement

2

5

4%

Heat Transfer

2

5

4%

KTG & Thermo Dynamics

2

5

4%

Fluid Mechanics & Properties of Matter

1

4

3%

Circular Motion

1

4

3%

String Wave

1

4

3%

Capacitance

1

4

3%

Rigid Body Dynamics

1

4

3%

Unit and Dimension

1

3

3%

Sound Waves

1

3

3%

Gravitation

1

3

3%

Elasticity and Viscosity

1

2

2%

Wave Optics

1

2

2%

Total

40

120

100%

  • Chemistry

Topics

No. of Questions

Total Marks

% Weightage

Transition Elements and Co-ordination Chemistry

3

10

8%

Gaseous State

3

10

8%

Qualitative Analysis

4

10

8%

P Block

3

9

8%

Aromatic Compound

3

9

8%

Bio Chemistry

2

8

7%

Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives

2

7

6%

Chemical Kinetics

2

6

5%

Electro Chemistry

2

6

5%

General Organic Chemistry II

2

6

5%

Metallurgy

2

5

4%

Colligative Properties

1

4

3%

General Organic Chemistry I

1

4

3%

Chemical Equilibrium

1

3

3%

Chemical Bonding

1

3

3%

Ionic Equilibrium

1

3

3%

Atomic Structure and Nuclear Chemistry

1

3

3%

Hydro Carbon

1

3

3%

Carbonyl Compounds

1

3

3%

Reaction Mechanism

1

2

2%

Thermo Dynamics and Thermo Chemistry

1

2

2%

Solid State

1

2

2%

Surface Chemistry

1

2

2%

Total

40

120

100%

  • Mathematics

Topics

No. of Questions

Total Marks

% Weightage

Application of Derivatives

7

22

18%

Complex Numbers

5

14

12%

Probability

4

12

10%

Co Ordinate Geometry

4

12

10%

sVectors

3

9

8%

Parabola 

2

6

5%

Inverse Trigonometric Function

2

5

4%

Binomial Theorem

1

4

3%

Permutations and Combinations

1

4

3%

Sequences and Series

1

4

3%

Matrix and Determinants

1

4

3%

Methods of Differentiation

1

4

3%

Solution of Triangle

1

3

3%

Fundamentals of Mathematics

1

3

3%

Circle

1

3

3%

Limit of Function

1

3

3%

Differential Equation

1

2

2%

Straight Line

1

2

2%

Definite Integration

1

2

2%

Area Under Curve

1

2

2%

Total

40

120

100%

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