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JEE Main Paper Analysis 2017

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2017
2nd April 2017, is the date which will decide the fate of many aspirants who wish to become an IITian. Whether it is before, during exams or after exams; students always feel the anxiety and the gravity of clearing the exam with flying colors. Once the exams are over, the tension about the rank and the score starts lingering in the mind of students. A complete paper analysis of JEE Main 2017 is available now.


JEE Main 2017 (Paper 1) exam was held in the pen-and-paper based mode or offline mode on April 2nd, 2017 - from 9 am to 12:30 pm – for admission to BE and B.Tech courses in the participating colleges. This exam is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) every year. About 10 lakh students are scheduled to take the exam this year across India.

According to the askIITians experts, the paper was of ‘moderate’ level, which means that it was neither too easy nor too difficult. The paper consists of 3 parts - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Ayush Arora, an IIT JEE 2017 aspirant, said "Chemistry paper was the easiest and Mathematics was the toughest". There were 90 questions in the JEE Main paper which were of 360 marks in total. Four marks are allotted for every correct answer.

This is how our students have rated different sections of JEE Main, April 2nd paper:

  • In Physics, all questions were easy and straight forward. Students found the paper as expected and did’t find anything irrelevant.

  • Mathematics section was lengthy and tough too, espacially for those student who restricted themselves to NCERT and related text books.

  • Chemistry was the easiest paper that students came across. All three section of Chemistry – Physical, Organic and Inorganic carried equal weightage.

Overall, the JEE Main 2017 (offline) exam was just as expected.