JEE Main 2017 Paper analysis Pdf Download by the expert
JEE Main 2017 Paper analysis Pdf Download by the expert -The Join Entrance Exam (JEE) Main 2017 was successfully conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on April 2.
Around 10 lakh students appeared in the JEE Main 2017 examination today from over 2000 Centres in 109 cities in India and abroad. Aspirants had the choice of appearing in any one of the two types of papers or both.
Paper – I is for BE/BTech courses
Paper – II is for BArch/B Planning
Detailed paper analysis:JEE Main 2017 Paper analysis Pdf Download by the expert
- Question Paper – I for BE / BTech courses in 2017 was similar to pattern in the past years 2011 to 2016
- Paper had objective MCQs with one out of four options correct, with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
- There were thirty questions each in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. As per the marking scheme, for each correct answer, four marks would be given, and for each incorrect response, one-fourth of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted from the total score
- Paper was balanced and set from the Class 11-12 CBSE syllabus; however, as expected, many of the questions were conceptual with some needing analytical skills
- Further, 25 questions were easy, 53 questions were of moderate difficulty and 12 questions were of high difficulty
- In Set D, Q 34 and Q 54 of Physics were tough and needed analytical ability beyond what’s required while studying the NCERT book
In Chemistry, there were 2/3 Questions requiring deep conceptual understanding and application.
In Mathematics, Set-D Q 28 was controversial and few questions were lengthy. However serious students found paper relatively easy as compared to last year.
Overall difficulty level for paper was between easy to moderate. For a student who has been focused and serious all through these two years in improving heir speed and accuracy by taking regular quizzes and mock tests on the JEEM pattern, the test must have gone reasonably well. It is always relative performance which matters in such competitive examinations.
Last year’s cut-off:
- Cut-off for CML (Common Merit List) in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 was 113,115,105,100 respectively
- This year, the cut-off is going to be high, at around 115
A total of 9 states (Haryana, Uttarakhand, Nagaland, Gujarat, MR, MP, Odisha, Punjab, and Rajasthan) will also accept JEEM ranks to fill seats through their own seat allocation process.
Once the results are declared, the top 2, 20,000 candidates of JEE Main will be eligible to appear in JEE Advanced on May 21, 2017 to fight for one of 11032 seats in prestigious IITs.
Source – India today