The question papers were objective in nature and had 54 questions each. the types of questions included multiple options, numerical value where students had to round off the answer to upto two decimal places, and match the following type questions.
Students were divided about the difficulty level of questions. While some found the Mathematics questions easy, others thought that Mathematics was tough while Chemistry and Physics was easy. Most students also found paper 2 to be lengthy.
According to Mr Venkata Ramana, Head of JEE exam, Hyderabad, T.I.M.E., the Paper 1 was moderate this year.
Prof. Udaynath Mishra has also predicted that candidates would need 125+-5% to make it to the common rank list.
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