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JEE ADVANCED 2014 Paper Analysis

JEE ADVANCED 2014 Paper Analysis


JEE Advanced 2014 Analysis - JEE Advanced 2014 threw average to difficult level of questions with candidates and experts suggesting Chemistry tougher and the remaining two subjects easier compared to last year.

The question paper had a total of 10 sets – 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.

Paper 1 analysis:

According toPraveen Tyagi, M.D. IITian's PACE, Paper 1 Chemistry was one of the most difficult amongst the papers conducted in last 10 years.

“In Mathematics Paper 1, the question paper involved many conceptual questions without any errors. The paper format made the paper little lengthy but easier than last year,” he said.

The Physics Paper 1 was lengthy and there were few speed breakers which were very lengthy, which could have been attempted later. Integer types Questions were decent as they were neither lengthy nor short. He rated the overall paper ‘good conceptual paper without errors’.

For any doubts and questions, call the JEE Advanced 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360.

Paper 2 Analysis:

According to R L Trikha, Director, FIITJEE, like last year, this year also Paper 2 was of 3 hours and has 60 questions. There were 3 passages each having 2 questions – multi-choice single correct. Last year there were 4 passages, each having 2 questions – multi choice single-correct. 

He said that students who would have been regular and focused on their studies with thorough practice of concepts would not have found the paper much difficult.

He added that overall the Paper 2 was easier than last year.

Student Reaction – “Average difficulty level”

Ravi Ranjan: The exam was not so difficult for me. The second paper of JEE Advanced 2014 was easy and the first paper was average in difficulty level. For me, Chemistry was the easiest section, while Maths was the toughest. There was no repetition of questions from previous years.

Samkit Jain: Paper 1 was average and Paper 2 was in the range of average to difficult.

Abhishek: Chemistry was tough and Mathematics and Physics were average in both the paper.

Subrato Chakraborty: The overall experience was good. Compared to last year the exam was easy, not only to me but to almost every friend of mine.  And, the questions in each section were divided equally. Although, the paper to me was a bit lengthy, but there was no foul question as such.  I found chemistry to be the easiest section and mathematics to be the toughest.

On the basis of JEE Advanced score, admissions will be made for about 10,000 seats available in 16 IITs and ISM, Dhanbad. Admissions to IITs and ISM Dhanbad will be based only on category-wise All India Rank (AIR) in JEE-Advanced, provided such candidates are in the top 20 percentile of their respective boards.

JEE Advanced 2014 -Question Paper Pattern:
Paper
Paper 1
Paper 2
Subjects
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
No of Qs
20
20
20
20
20
20
Total Marks
60
60
60
60
60
60
Question Pattern
10 Q with four multiple answer + 10 questions with integer answer options (0-9)
10 Qs with four multiple answer + 4 Qs on table matching with four answer options+ 6 Qs on paragraph with four answer options for each Qs
JEE Advanced 2014 Marking Scheme:

Both Paper I and Paper II carried 60 questions each. Both the Paper had 20 questions each from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.  Each question in both the papers carried 3 marks. Thus, the total marks for each paper was 180. The total marks for both paper combined was 360.

While Paper 1 did not have any negative marking scheme, there was a penalty of 1 mark for each wrong question in Paper 2.
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