EXAM ANALYSIS of JEE MAIN & ADVANCE

EXAM ANALYSIS of JEE MAIN & ADVANCE
30 July 2019

EXAM ANALYSIS - JEE MAIN

Candidates who appeared for the exam said that questions were of moderate difficulty level with Physics section being tougher than Mathematics & Chemistry sections.

WHAT STUDENTS SAY

"The paper was good. However, I found the Mathematics section lengthy. Questions from Physics were analytical in nature. Chemistry section comprised questions from organic Chemistry mainly"

 

The JEE Main 2015 Question Paper had four different sets namely- Set A, Set B, Set C and Set D.

JEE Main 2015 Exam Pattern 

Sections   

Total number of Questions

Marks per Questions

Total Marks

Physics

30

4

120

Chemistry

30

4

120

Mathematics

30

4

120

Total

90

 

360

The JEE Main 2015 Question Paper was of multiple choices with one correct answer from a choice of four answers for each question. Students were given three hours to complete the paper. There was negative marking in the question paper. One mark would be deducted for every wrong answer. However, no marks will be deducted for not attempting a question.The JEE Main 2015 Question Paper was of multiple choices with one correct answer from a choice of four answers for each question.

 

Coaching experts from various leading institutes also agreed, They are also in view that Chemistry section was the easiest. Mathematics section consumed a lot of time of candidates as the questions were very lengthy. Questions from Physics section were the toughest in JEE Main 2015 Question Paper.

 

EXAM ANALYSIS - JEE ADVANCED

Candidates who appeared for the exam said that questions were of moderate difficulty level with Physics section being tougher than Mathematics & Chemistry sections.

WHAT STUDENTS SAY ?

"The paper was good. However, I found Physics section comparatively lengthy. Questions from Mathematics were analytical in nature"

 

The JEE Advanced 2015 Paper 1 and 2 had ten different sets- o to 9.

JEE Advanced 2015 Question Pattern:

There were a total of 18o questions of 504 marks. Candidates can check below Exam Pattern of JEE Advanced 2015 Paper 1 and 2 in detail-

JEE Advanced 2015 Paper i - Total 6o questions of 264 marks

Sections 

Section I

Section II  

Section III

Physics

8 Questions

10 Questions

2 Questions of Match the Following type

Chemistry

8 Questions

10 Questions

2 Questions of Match the Following type

Mathematics

8 Questions

10 Questions

2 Questions of Match the Following type

 

Marking Scheme-

Sections 

Section I

Section II  

Section III

Correct Answer

4

4

2

Incorrect Answer

0

-2

-1

Not-attempted

0

0

0

 

Coaching experts from various leading institutes also agreed, Chemistry and Physics section easy. The questions were designed to test the knowledge.
According to experts, the Mathematics section was lengthy.

 

JEE Advanced 2015 Paper 2 - Total 60 questions of 240 marks

Sections

Section I

Section II  

Section III

Physics

8 Questions

8 Questions

2 Questions of Paragraph type

Chemistry

8 Questions

8 Questions

2 Questions of Paragraph type

Mathematics

8 Questions

8 Questions

2 Questions of Paragraph type

 

Marking Scheme-

Sections                    

Section I

Section II  

Section III

Correct Answer

4

4

4

Incorrect Answer

0

-2

-2

Not-attempted

0

0

0

 

JEE Advanced 2015 exam kicked off with Paper 1 beginning at 9.00 AM at different centres across the country on May 24. The 3-hour exam ended at 12.00 PM. After the Paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2015, Paper 2 was held between 2 PM and 5 PM.

Candidates, who will qualify in JEE Advanced 2015, will get admissions in 20 IlTs and ISM Dhanbad, which are considered as the best engineer­ing colleges of India.

JAB will announce the JEE Advanced 2015 All India Ranks of candidates on June 18. Candidates can start filling-in their choices of academic pro­grams in the participating Institutes from June 25 onwards till June 29. They can check the result of first round of seat allocation (to be con­ducted by JoSAA this year) on July 1.

From 2015 onwards, Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) has been formed that consists of representatives from JAB 2015 and CSAB 2015. The authority will conduct joint seat allocation procedure for qualifying candidates of JEE Main and Advanced.

This year, as many as 13.05 lakh candidates appeared for JEE Main. Top 1.5 lakh candidates were shortlisted from these, out of which nearly 1.25 lakh candidates applied to appear for JEE Advanced 2015.

 

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