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IIT JEE 2015 Paper Analysis

IIT JEE 2015 Paper AnalysisaskIITians experts, being ex-IITians themselves, are always excited about IIT JEE paper analysis. Till 2012, Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) used to conduct their own entrance exam known as the IIT Joint Entrance Examination (IIT JEE). For admission to rest of the engineering colleges, students had to appear for AIEEE conducted by the CBSE or state-level entrance exams. The common single-window entrance test for all engineering colleges, which is known as JEE, was introduced in 2013. It has two steps:

  • JEE Main, which is a modified version of AIEEE, and
  • JEE Advanced, conducted only for admission to the IITs and ISM Dhanbad.

Close analysis of JEE Main 2015 and JEE Advanced 2015 analysis reveals important clues to the new paper pattern of the exams, types of questions asked in the exam, and difficulty level of these questions. Our experts also paid attention to marks distribution between topics taught in Class 11 and in Class 12 for different subjects.

Check out JEE Main 2014 Paper Analysis here

Important Points of IIT JEE 2015 Analysis

  • Subject-wise Marks Distribution in Paper 1 & Paper 2

  • Category-wise Minimum Qualifying Marks for Ranking (MQMR) or JEE Cutoffs to be included in IIT JEE 2015 Merit Lists

Subject-wise Marks Distribution in Paper 1 & Paper 2 (Based on 2014)

IIT JEE Paper Analysis 2014

Weightage to Different Types of Questions in Paper 1

IIT JEE Paper Analysis 2014

Weightage to Different Types of Questions in Paper 2

IIT JEE Paper Analysis 2014

Note: All questions with negative marking will carry a penalty of -1 mark for wrong answer.

Check out complete JEE Advanced 2014 Paper Analysis here

Category-wise MQMR or JEE Cutoffs to be included in IIT JEE 2014 Merit Lists

IIT JEE 2014 CUT OFFS

Merit List for Preparatory Course will only be declared if number of eligible SC, ST and PwD candidates is less than 1.4 times the seats reserved for them at the IITs and ISM Dhanbad.

 

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