IIT JEE Advanced 2010 Question Paper with Answers: The Indian Institutes of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE) was a yearly engineering entrance examination in India. It was used as the sole admission test by the fifteen Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian School of Mines and IIT BHU. The examination was organised each year by one of the various IITs. It has now been replaced by JEE Advanced. IIT JEE Advanced 2010 Question Paper with Answers are given here. For more information, read this page further.
IIT JEE Advanced 2010 Question Paper with Answers
JEE Advanced Question Paper 2010 with Answrs are provided here. Previous Year Papers of IIT JEE Advanced Exam provides an insight of current year JEE Question Paper and also as a help to check your preparation level. Prepare for IIT Entrance Exam with Solved IIT Question Papers that have been provided here.
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IIT JEE Advanced 2010 Exam Pattern
The JEE (Advanced) had two objective type papers. Each paper consisted of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Duration of each paper was 3-hours. Question papers were in both English and Hindi. Admissions to IITs was based only on category wise All India Rank (AIR) in JEE (Advanced) subject to the condition that such candidates are in the top 20 percentile of successful candidates of their Boards in applicable categories.
JEE Advanced Question Paper 2010 Answer Key
IIT JEE Mains 2010Question Paper Key is given below for both Paper 1 and Paper 2. You can use this key to check your answers after solving the IIT JEE Mains 2010 Question Paper and calculate your score.
JEE Advanced Question Paper 2010 Answer Key for Paper 1
|9||B||37||C, D||65||A, D|
|10||A, C||38||B||66||A, C|
|11||B, D||39||A, C and D||67||A, C|
|12||A, B||40||B, C||68||A, B and C|
|13||C, D||41||A||69||A, B, C and D|
|14||A||42||D||70||B or C And B, C|
|24||Either 0 and 8||52||4||80||4|
JEE Advanced Question Paper 2010 Answer Key for Paper 2
|18||A – R and S|
B – T
C – P and Q
D – R
|37||A – Q and R|
B – P
C – P, S and T
D – Q, R and S, T
|56||A – P and R|
B – Q, S and T
C – P, R and T
D – Q and S
|19||A – P and S|
B – T
C – P, Q and R, T
D – P
|38||A – T|
B – P and R
C – Either Q or (Q and S)
D – R
|57||A – R, S and T|
B – Q, R and S, T
C – P and Q
D – Q, R and S, T
How to use JEE Advanced 2010 Question Paper for Preparation?
The question papers of previous years serve as one of the most important resource while preparing for the exam. Solving JEE Advanced 2010 question paper can help the aspiring candidates in several ways to boost their preparation. You can download these from the links given above on this page and start solving them.
Analysis: These can be used by the aspirants to check the type of questions and topics that are usually asked in the exam. Depending on the frequency of questions and topics asked, you can devote your time accordingly to various sections. One can also check the difficulty level of the questions from JEE Advanced 2010 question paper.
Revision: You must solve as many previous year question papers as you can before taking the exam. This helps you prepare fully for the exam. Furthermore, you do not need to scroll through the textbooks again and again to revise the topics. Solving JEE Advanced 2010 question paper will help help you revise the topics you might have forgotten otherwise.
Time management: After completing your syllabus for the exam, sit down to solve previous year question papers. You are advised to solve the question paper in the same time as mentioned in the question paper, i.e., the time allotted while actually taking the exam. This will improve your speed and help you decide the order you need to follow while attempting different sections.
About JEE Advanced
JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Advanced is considered as one of the most challenging undergraduate admission tests in India. It is conducted by one of the zonal IITs every year, on a rotational basis. The performance of the candidate in the examination forms the basis for admission in Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs (entry at the 10+2 level) in all the IITs. Some other universities also accept JEE Advanced scores for their admissions. The exam consists of two papers both conducted for 3 hours each.
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