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JEE Main 2015 Chemistry Paper Analysis: Question Pattern

JEE Main 2015 question paper is divided into 3 sections - Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. Analysis of JEE Main 2015 April 4 paper shows that Maths paper was quite easy but lengthy this year while Physics paper was more difficult than last year. Let’s dig in the Chemistry section of the paper and see how difficult or easy it was this year:

Students’ Reactions

Chemistry Section had 30 questions, worth 4 marks each. In total, Chemistry questions in JEE Main 2015 were worth 120 marks. AskIITians students who appeared for JEE Main 2015 exam told us that the JEE Main 2015 Chemistry paper (one in offline mode) had medium-level toughness (neither too difficult nor too easy). This is what they said about the Chemistry section in the JEE Main paper 2015:

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Detailed Analysis of Chemistry paper by AskIITians Experts

JEE Main 2015 Chemistry Paper Class-wise Distribution of Questions

There were 16 questions from Class XII whereas 14 questions were asked from Class XI syllabus. So, Class XII Chemistry syllabus had slightly more weightage in the April 4 paper. JEE Main online paper to be held on April 10 and 11 may have slightly different weightage system – so do not skip any topics during revision.

Class

Questions

Maximum Marks

Class XI

14

56

Class XII 

16

64

JEE Main 2015 Chemistry Paper Class-wise Distribution of Questions

 

JEE Main 2015 Chemistry Paper Topic-wise Distribution of Questions

There were 10 questions each from Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry.

Topic

Questions

Maximum Marks

Physical Chemistry

10

40

Inorganic Chemistry

10

40

Organic Chemistry

10

40

here were 10 questions each from Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry

There are about 18 chapters in the syllabus and questions were asked from almost each topic. From most of the topics, only 1 question was asked.

Topic

Questions

Maximum Marks

Alkyl Halide, Alcohol& Ether, Carbohydrate, Amino Acids & Polymers

4

16

P-Block & S-Block 

3

12

Transition Elements &Co-Ordination

3

12

Carboxylic Acid & Their Derivative, Aldehydes & Ketones

3

12

Chemical Bonding

2

8

Goc-2

2

8

Equilibrium

2

8

Periodic Table & Periodicity

1

4

D-Block& F Block

1

4

Practical Organic Chemistry

1

4

Atomic Structure

1

4

Mole Concept

1

4

Gaseous State

1

4

Thermodynamic & Thermo Chemistry

1

4

Electrochemistry

1

4

Chemical Kinetic

1

4

Solid State

1

4

Solutions

1

1

Total

30

120

Important Topics: As many as 4 questions were asked from 'Alkyl Halide, Alcohol& Ether, Carbohydrate, Amino Acids & Polymers'. 3 questions each were asked from 'P-Block & S-Block', 'Transition Elements & Co-Ordination', and 'Carboxylic Acid & Their Derivative, Aldehydes & Ketones' chapters. In all, these topics alone carried 52 marks in the paper.

Less important Topics: There were questions on all the topics in the April 4 exam. So, you shouldn’t skip any of the topics.

JEE Main 2015 Chemistry Paper Toughness Level

There were 30 questions in the section of chemistry out of which, 13 were easy, 13 were of moderate level and 4 were quite difficult and time-consuming.

Level

Questions

Maximum Marks

Easy

13

52

Medium 

13

52

Difficult

4

16

JEE Main 2015 Chemistry Paper Toughness Level

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