JEE Advanced Analysis 2020: Paper 1 and 2 Difficulty Level & Analysis
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020- Candidates can check JEE Advanced paper analysis on this page. IIT Delhi has successfully conducted JEE Advanced 2020 paper 1 and paper 2. Candidates are provided here the JEE Advanced paper analysis for both morning and evening shifts based on student reactions who appeared in exam. JEE Advanced analysis by Aakash Institute, Sri Chaitanya, Careers360 and FIITJEE is also available. JEE Advanced exam time for paper 1 was 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, while for paper 2 was 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM. JEE Advanced 2020 paper analysis helps the candidates to have an overview of the exam, difficulty level of each paper, types of questions asked, student reviews, and much more. Go through the complete article to know the detailed JEE Advanced analysis 2020.
Latest: JEE Advanced 2020 Result has been declared; Check JEE Advanced Cut off 2020
Important: JEE Advanced 2020 eligibility criteria has been revised, candidates who have passed class 12 irrespective of percentage can take admission.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 by Careers360 - Overall Paper 1 and 2
JEE Advanced Analysis (Paper 2)
According to student reactions after conclusion of JEE Advanced 2020 paper 2, the following can be concluded:
- JEE Advanced question paper 2020 was divided into 3 parts with 18 questions in each section. There will be a maximum score of 198 marks.
- Overall, JEE Advanced Paper 2 was more difficult as compared to the Paper 1.
- In Physics section, questions on integers involved lengthy calculations making it the most difficult.
- Chemistry section was also comparatively difficult than that of JEE Advanced 2020 paper 1
- Mathematics was equivalent to the difficulty level in paper 1 exam.
JEE Advanced 2020 Analysis by Sri Chaitanya
- For JEE Advanced exam 2020 conducted on September 27, both paper 1 and 2 were in same model.
- Both the JEE Advanced question papers consisted of 18 questions per section in total carrying 198 marks.
- In JEE Advanced paper 1, Physics was difficult, Mathematics was moderate, while Chemistry was relatively easy.
- As compared to paper 1, paper 2 was easy but lengthy
- Due to 2 integer/ numerical type questions, majority of candidates could not complete the paper 2 exam within 3 hours
- JEE Advanced cutoff is expected to be 35% for open category, 30% for OBC, 15% for SC and ST
JEE Advanced Paper 1 Analysis 2020
As the JEE Advanced 2020 paper 1 has been concluded, candidates can check the JEE Main paper 1 exam analysis here
Overall, the exam can be regarded as moderate to difficult. Chemistry section in JEE Advanced paper 1 was easy to moderate with some tricky questions in Inorganic chemistry. JEE Advanced 2020 Mathematics part was moderate with lengthy calculations. Candidates who are good at Mathematics found the section easier as well. Physics section in JEE Advanced 2020 question paper was most difficult with lengthy calculations.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 (Paper 1) by FIITJEE
According to the exam analysis for JEE Advanced paper 1 shared by FIITJEE, following can be concluded:
- There were total 54 questions carrying 198 JEE Advanced total marks 2020
- The JEE Advanced question paper was divided into 3 sections and maximum marks for each part were 66.
- Students found the paper moderate to difficult level
- Physics section was difficult and lengthy with more questions from chapters like Rotation, Work Power Energy, magnetism & Thermodynamics
- Mathematics section was moderate with 5-6 questions from calculus and others from Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals. There was one question each from Probability, Complex Numbers, Determinants and two from 3D Geometry
- Chemistry section in JEE Advanced paper 1 was easier.
JEE Advanced 2020 Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute
The authorities have successfully concluded JEE Advanced paper 1 held from 9 am to 12 noon. With the help of student reactions, Aakash Institute has released the JEE Advanced analysis as shared below:
- Number of questions asked in PCM - 54
- Total questions in each JEE Advanced 2020 paper - 18 questions
- As per JEE Advanced analysis by Aakash Institute, the exam was difficult than the previous year
- Questions in Physics section were somewhat lengthy due to which, it was difficult to attempt.
- In Chemistry, more questions were from physical chemistry than organic and inorganic
- Chemistry section was easy to moderate as questions based on NCERT were asked.
- Mathematics section was similar to the previous year with quite lengthy and calculative questions.
JEE Advanced 2020 schedule
JEE Advanced exam
September 27, 2020
JEE Advanced Paper 1 timings
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
JEE Advanced 2020 timings for Paper 2
2:30 PM to 5:30 PM
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020
Many coaching institutes such as Vidyalankar, Aakash, and Career Launcher will release the analysis of JEE Advanced 2020. Candidates will be able to check the JEE Advanced analysis on this page after the conclusion of the exam.
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Previous Year’s JEE Advanced Analysis
Candidates can check the previous year’s analysis of JEE Advanced to have an idea about the difficulty level of the exam and how the exam is conducted.
JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 1 Analysis by Students
According to the students who attempted JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 1, the examination was quite difficult.
The difficulty level of Mathematics ranged from moderate to tough
Mathematics questions were calculative and tricky in nature.
Chemistry was relatively easier.
Physics was moderate.
In Physics, most of the questions were from 12th standard syllabus.
Most of the questions were tricky in nature.
Compared the previous year, candidates found the paper difficult
JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 2 Analysis
The analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 2 is as follows:
Mathematics was the toughest part of the paper.
Questions from Matrices and Differential Equations were asked in the Mathematics section.
Physics was moderate in nature.
Chemistry was the easiest. There were less questions from Physical Chemistry. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry had balanced questions.
JEE Advanced 2018 Paper 1 Analysis
The paper was reported to be of moderate difficulty. Out of the three subjects, Mathematics was reportedly the easiest followed by Chemistry. Physics was the most difficult subject as compared to the other two.
JEE Advanced 2018 Paper 2 Analysis
Compared to Paper 1, the candidates found Paper 2 tougher. Equal weightage was given on both 11th and 12th standard syllabus. Candidates also exclaimed that the paper was tougher than the 2017 examination.
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Questions related to JEE Advanced
6 months is enough to get 250 marks in jee advanced exam from starting?
That is an interesting question, first of all.
I'll give the answer in one sentence then proceed to elaborate:
"It can be done, it just depends on the circumstances"
scoring high in an exam like JEE Advanced that tests a candidate's fundamental understanding of concepts and ability to apply those concepts in different situations depends upon
- The clarity with which you have understood the subjects : Some people begin clearing their fundamentals right from 8th standard some begin in class 11th alongside coaching, the amount of time you will need to finish your syllabus to JEE Advanced standards is up to you.
- Practice level - how good is your accuracy, speed of solving, creativity in solving one type of question by different methods, instincts that tell you which step to take next
- D iscipline: How good are you with your sitting capacity and target oriented syllabus planning?
- Support system: Do you have people to help you at a moment's notice while preparing for just 6 months?
Look at it this way,
- you can clear JEE Advanced (good enough to get some or the other IIT) in 6 months time if you already have a solid foundation of all 3 subjects prepared. you cannot expect to start from scratch and finish everything in 6 months then score good scores in such exams even if you are a great student.
- If you have nothing to do in those 6 months other than study for Advanced whole day long then you may just pull it off but I suspect that is not the case since you'd have other things to do, other exams to write, etc.
- Competition is a good way to speed up the process. if you have friends who are just as good or better than you then you can learn together, compete together and finish tasks in time.
- If you are a normal student then it's hard to maintain focus, dedication, consistency for 6 months straight. sometimes just getting into the flow takes a month or two. So it's wishful to think that anyone can utilize every hour of the 6 month deadline
Bottom line is,
Yes, you can do it if you are already thorough with most concepts from all 3 subjects, it will take consistency but it is possible. If you plan on going that way then I wish you the very best of luck.
hi when is jee advanced next year is it conducting or not
I believe JEE Advanced will be conducted as per scheduled time in May/June next year, conducted by IIT Kharagpur. However subjected to conditions of COVID, which has a good probability to neutralise by next March or April. We saw this year how successfully, JEE Main and Advanced were conducted in 2020 amidst COVID issues, so you can expect the 2021 exams to go as per schedule. For more information do follow the link below
How many mark are sufficient for jee advanced for get admission in iist For sc what is the cutoff
Hope you doing great. There are three factors you have to keep in mind when you talk about the cut-off marks for IIST
1–75% in class 12th
2–20% in jee advanced.
3-At least 5% per subject .
And it's also depend on the difficulty of jee advance paper. Some time when paper is easy you have to score around 200 above for IIST and if paper is difficult you have score 150 or above.
Further information you can check the link
Hope this help
Have a nice day
is it better to take IIT Jee coaching in FITJEE, Vijayawada ?
Fitjee is definitely one of the best option for preparation jee. They do have different type of schedule which Student can choose according to there will. But one thing for sure there should be proper passion and hardwork from your side which ever coaching you will choose. Hope this help.
Have a amazing future ahead
how to study for IIT jee from 9th std CBSE? What study pattern should be followed to achieve tha aim (Artificial intelligence)
As you are in 9 standard you have four years to prepare thoroughly .
So firstly in this long road you have two boards exams .
In class 11 you have to opt for pcm and in 12 you have to score atleast 50% to qualify in Engineering college.
After that you have two options two pursue Engineering .
1 would be direct entry by giving entrance test like JEE, VITEEE etc accordingly.
2 option would be going for three years of diploma and going for lateral entry .
As you have to choose artificial intelligence that comes under software engineering specialisation which is a very good choice.
As a fellow computer engineer i would definitely suggest you this very subject which has more scope and pay of course.
Starting your preparations early would definitely be best.
- Firstly start from your ncert as every test or entrance is based on this .
- Revise on daily basis not just before the exams.
- As Jee exams is toughest entrance you must study well if you don't understand something hire yourself a tutor.
- Next would be understanding each and every topic and doing as many questions you can .
- The JEE Advanced has two papers, and the pattern for the exam changes from year to year.
- Focus on solving questions fast rather than rote learning opt for understanding topics individually.