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JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis – The Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (JEE) Main Paper 1 has been held by CBSE toady, on April 02, 2017. Now, the candidates can check the Paper Analysis of JEE Main 2017 from this page. For now, the analysis has been only been provided by students. Check details on JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis from here.

JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis – Paper 1

The generic JEE Main Exam Analysis 2017 is as below:

  • Codes for Paper 1 are A, B, C, D
  • Overall, the examination was held moderate in level of difficulty
  • In comparison to last year, the JEE Main 2017 was much easier.
  • As always, the most difficult section was Physics but candidates agreed that none of the question was out syllabus.
  • Question in the examination were not also tricky or lengthy like last year.
  • More than 10 lakh candidates appeared for the exam.

JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis by Experts

Experts have released the paper analysis of JEE Main 2017, check it from below:

JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis of Mathematics Sections

Topics Question
Differential Calculus 6
Integral Calculus 4
Algebra 10
Coordinate Geometry 4
Trigonometry 2
3D and Vector 3
Reasoning and Statistics 1
Total 30

JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis for Chemistry

Topics Questions
Atomic Structure 1
Solid State 1
Surface 1
Chemical Kinetics 1
Solution 1
Thermodynamics 1
Stoichiometry 2
Equilibrium 1
Redox 2
Thermochemistry 1
Electrochemistry 1
Aromatic Isomerism 1
Polymers 1
Bimolecule 1
Hydrocarbon 2
Acid derivative 1
Environmental Chemistry 1
G.O.C 3
Carboxyl 1
Periodic Table 1
S­Block 1
Group-17 1
Coordination 1
Chemical Bonding 1
D­Block 1
Total 30

JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis for Physics

Topics No of Questions
Error and Sig. figure 1
1­D Moton 1
Work­Power and Energy 1
Momentum Collision 2
C.O.M and M.I 1
Rotational Mechanics 1
Gravitation 1
S.H.M 1
Elasticity 1
Heat 2
Wave and Sound 4
Current Electricity 2
Electrostatics 2
Capacitor 2
Electromagnetism 2
Geometrical Optics 1
Wave Optics 1
Modern Physics 4
Total  30 

JEE Main 2017 Exam Analysis by Students:

We talked to various students at the JEE Main 2017 Exam Center and this is what they have to say:

“The question paper was easy. If anyone has prepared well for class 11 and 12 then I am sure they will be able to score above 250. Since my physics is strong I did not had any difficulty in solving the questions but mathematics section was a little difficulty.” – Akhil Sharma

“Physics was the toughest section but non of the question was out of syllabus or too mind boggling. The level of the examination was also moderate. I gave JEE last year as well and this year it was mush easier” – Rajesh Kumar

JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis – Paper 2

The analysis will be uploaded in after 5:00 pm

Previous Year JEE Main Paper Analysis

The analysis of JEE Main last year is as given below. Candidates can have a look at it to understand the level of the upcoming examination.

Subject Wise Analysis of JEE Main

Physics was the toughest section and the easiest was chemistry. On the other hand, Mathematics, to everyone’s surprise, was a bit on the easier side.

According to the experts, the level of difficult  and easy questions in each subject and overall was as below:

Subject Easy Level Medium Level Difficult Level
No of MCQs Marks No of MCQs Marks No of MCQs Marks
Physics 13 52 12 48 5 20
Chemistry 10 40 15 60 5 20
Mathematics 14 56 13 52 3 12
Total 37 148 40 160 12 52

Topics with Most Weightage

Last year, the topics from which the maximum number of questions were asked were:

Subject Topics No of Questions Marks
Physics Modern Physics 8 32
Electrodynamics 6 24
Optics 3 12
Heat & Thermodynamics 3 12
SHM & Waves 3 12
Mathematics Coordinate Geometry 5 20
Differential Calculus 5 20
Integral Calculus 4 16
Circle 2 8
Matrix & Determinants 2 8
Co-ordinate Geometry (3-D) 2 8
Sequence & Series 2 8
Trigonometry 2 8
Chemistry Organic Chemistry-II 8 32
Inorganic Chemistry-II 6 24
Inorganic Chemistry-I 6 24
Physical Chemistry-I 4 16
Physical Chemistry-II 4 16
Hydrocarbon (Alkane, Alkene & Alkyne) 3 12


Note
: Candidates can refer to these topics during last minute preparation but should not devote their entire time on these only. There is no guarantee that even this year the same topics will be given the most weightage.

Getting a Good Score in JEE Main 2017

A good score is that which can land a student in top institutes like NIT and IIITs. But the question is, what is a good score for JEE Main?…Well, it has been observed that if a candidate manages to score around 250 to 260 marks their chances of getting admission in desired top college and branches increases.

To secure it, candidates must score between 80 to 90 marks in each subject. Now, we know that there is no sectional cutoff in JEE Main. Yet, keeping in mind that the average accuracy level will be somewhere around 70%,   this approx score will help candidates in setting a fruitful target.

Top Score in JEE Main

A good score, as explained above, will help candidates in securing a seat in a good college. However, a top score is that which will lead the race and will leave behind a benchmark for those who will participate next year.

The highest marks last year were 345, out of 360 and the same was the score in the year 2015 as well. This is how high the top score can be.

Category 2016 2015 2014 2013
General 100 105 115 113
OBC 70 70 74 70
SC 52 50 53 50
ST 48 44 47 45

JEE Main Analysis 2017

Nearly, 10,00,000 candidates apply for JEE Main every year. JEE Main answer keys, solutions, analysis, etc help these candidates to evaluate their performance in the exam. Another medium to keep check of competition is by knowing the statistics, which are:

Particulars JEE Main 2017 Statistics JEE Main 2016 Statistics
Number of Male Candidates 862526 (72% approx) 887432
Female Candidates 336460 (27% approx) 307502
Transgender 3 4
Online Mode 1015349 1022865
Offline Mode 183640 172069
Total 1198989 1194938

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2016

A detailed JEE Main 2016 analysis of the question paper, its difficulty level, the JEE Main answer keys and solutions are given here. The Joint Entrance Examination (Mains) organized by CBSE, is taken by more than 10,00,000 candidates every year.

An analysis of the JEE Main 2016 indicates how easy or tough the questions were, what cut off candidates may expect, and how to plan further for engineering admissions.

How much marks to score in JEE Main 2016 to get admission in a good engineering college?

Students who take the JEE Main exam, or any engineering entrance exam, often wish to know how much they should score to get admission in a good engineering college. To answer this subjectively, one must know the following points first.

  • To be eligible for JEE Advanced, candidate must be in the top 2,00,000 JEE Main 2016. Check details of JEE Advanced eligibility criteria to know more.
  • The JEE Main 2016 All India Rank is determined by taking into account score obtained in the entrance exam (60% weightage) and performance in board exams (40% weightage). Thus, the AIR which will ultimately decide chances of admission will depend heavily on candidate’s board exam performance also. Check the details of JEE Main Rank Predictor to get an idea of your rank based on both parameters.
  • A good engineering college could mean IITs for one candidate, top NITs for another, or a specific college that provides a specific branch of science of technology for another. Cut offs for each college being different, candidate must properly analyse the past year cut offs to know chance of admission in each. Past year NITs, IIITs cut off for every college is given here, JoSAA Cut Off.

Detailed JEE Main 2016 analysis

On 03.04.2016, JEE (Main) 2016 was conducted for engineering aspirants, in the offline mode. This is the fourth edition of the Joint Entrance Exam that has been introduced by the Central Board of Secondary Education. Both Paper 1 and Paper 2 are held offline. Whereas paper 1 is held from 9.30 AM to 12.30 PM for B.E. / B.Tech., the Paper 2 is held from 2 PM to 5 PM for B.Arch.

Analysis of JEE Main 2016 Paper 1 has been published at the moment for offline exam. Once all the exams are concluded it will be updated cumulatively for offline and online exams. The exam was held at various test centres in the test cities. Given below is a general analysis of the JEE Main exam held this year.

Difficulty Level

The paper was of overall of medium-hard difficulty level. Subject wise, break up of easy, medium, and hard questions can be said to have been as follows.

Level of difficulty Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Number of easy questions 12 11 12
Number of medium questions 12 12 11
Number of hard questions 6 7 7

Topic wise distribution of questions in JEE Main

The number of questions asked from class 11 and 12 physics, chemistry, and mathematics is elaborated in the tables below.

Physics of Class 11

Name of topic Number of questions
Properties of Solids and Liquids 3
Thermodynamics 3
Rotational Motion 2
Oscillations and Waves 2
Physics and Measurement 1
Kinematics 1
Laws of Motion 1
Work, Energy and Power 1
Gravitation 1

Physics of class 12

Name of topic Number of questions
Optics 3
Electrostatics 2
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism 2
Electromagnetic Waves 2
Atoms and Nuclei 2
Current Electricity 1
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents 1
Electronic Devices 1

Chemistry of Class 11

Name of topic Number of questions
Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry 3
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 2
States of Matter (Gaseous State, Liquid State) 1
Atomic Structure 1
Chemical Thermodynamics 1
Equilibrium 1
Redox Reactions 1
Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry 1

Chemistry of Class 12

Name of topic Number of questions
Electrochemistry 3
Organic Compounds containing Oxygen 3
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals 2
Co-ordination Compounds 2
Organic Compounds containing Halogens 2
Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen 2
Chemical Kinetics 1
Solid State 1
P-Block Elements 1
Polymers 1
Biomolecules 1

Mathematics of class 11

Name of topic Number of questions
Co-ordinate Geometry (Straight Lines & Circles, Conic Sections) 5
Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations 3
Sequences and Series 2
Statistics and Probability 2
Trigonometry 2
Binomial Theorem and its Simple Applications 1
Mathematical Reasoning 1

Mathematics of class 12

Name of topic Number of questions
Integral Calculus 3
Three Dimensional Geometry & Vector Algebra 3
Differentiation and applications 3
Matrices and Determinants 2
Sets, Relations and Functions 1
Limit, Continuity and Differentiability 1
Differential Equations 1

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