JEE Main 2017 Paper I: Read Expert Analysis Here

JEE Main 2017 Paper I: Read Expert Analysis Here

JEE Main 2017: Read Expert Analysis Of Paper I Here

New Delhi:  Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2017's Paper I was held today at various centres across India. More than 10 lakh students attended the exam and the reaction from the students have been mixed. JEE Main exam results will help students to get admitted to the engineering colleges across the country. For some students, Chemistry was tricky, while some felt Mathematics was tough and some felt Physics questions were eazy. The experts suggests that there are a lot of similarities between this year's paper and last year's one.

Only the top 2,20,000 candidates will be shortlisted for the JEE Advanced examination,now  scheduled on 21st May, 2017.

"There have been a lot of similarities between this year's and last year's papers. JEE Main, 2017 seems to have been moderately easy yet lengthy, with questions from some subjects being even lengthier than last year. The weightage of marks tilted towards questions from the 12th standard syllab", said Mr. Rajshekhar Ratrey, VP Educational Content,

He expected cut off to lie between 97 and 102.

Aakash Chaudhry, Director, Aakash Educational Services Pvt. Ltd said that the JEE Main 2017 Paper I was overall moderate.

"Many of the questions in the paper were straight forward and could be solved by a student who has been preparing sincerely for the exam. But some tricky questions were there, which will play crucial role in distinguishing the top scorers. In all the three subjects, 5-6 questions were framed quite differently. However there was no ambiguous question in the paper this year", he said.

Here are some of the important observations from Mr. Rajshekhar Ratrey's analysis:

"Physics was considered to be moderate in difficulty and length, with most finding it easier than the last year. Students encountered more calculative questions than theory-based. The weightage of marks tilted towards the 12th standard syllabus with 19 questions, while 11 questions were picked from the 11th standard syllabus. Constitutionally, the paper had 11 questions from Mechanics, 8 questions from Electrodynamics, 3 questions from Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory, 2 from Optics and Wave Optics - which was a surprise for most - and 6 questions from Modern Physics and Nuclear Physics.

"Chemistry was considered the easiest of all three papers, with a difficulty curve similar to last year. The questions asked this year were more theoretical than calculative, making it the quickest subject to solve. The weightage of marks tilted towards the 12th standard syllabus, with 17 questions chosen from it and the remaining 13 chosen from the 11th standard syllabus. Constitutionally, the paper had 8 questions from Organic Chemistry, 11 from Inorganic Chemistry and 11 from Physical Chemistry.

"Mathematics was considered by most to be the most difficult of the three subjects, purely due to its lengthiness, despite being comparatively easier than last year. While questions were based on simple formulae, a lot of them were calculation-based. The weightage of marks was unequal with 20 questions chosen from 12th standard and 10 from 11th standard. Constitutionally, the paper contained 15 questions from Algebra, 6 from Calculus, 3 from Trigonometry, 3 from Conics and 3 from Vector Algebra", he said.

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The official JEE Main 2017 Answer Keys and images of OMR sheets of Pen and Paper based examination and Computer Based Examination will be available on the official website of JEE Main for display from April 18, 2017 to April 22, 2017.

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