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JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis and Cutoff by Aakash Institute – Candidates who appeared in the national-level entrance exam will be able to check the JEE Advanced analysis and cutoff 2019 by Aakash Institute. The institute will release the JEE Advanced analysis and cutoff for both Paper I and II. By referring to the JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis and Cutoff by Aakash Institute, candidates will be able to get perspective into the exam like difficulty level, types of questions asked, weightage of questions. The institute will release branch-wise cutoffs of JEE Advanced for all categories. It is important that the candidate meets the cutoff of the course to which admission is sought, as otherwise, chances of admission can be low. For preparing the JEE Advanced 2019 analysis and cutoff, Aakash Institute will consider factors like number of seats available, applications received for admission, and also difficulty level of the exam. To learn more about JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis and cutoff by Aakash Institute, go through the rest of the article.Latest: JEE Advanced 2019 result announced in online mode on June 14
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Given below are some of the key factors that are considered when deciding JEE Advanced cutoff 2019.
The difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2019 exam
Total number of candidates appearing in the exam
Number of seats available in the discipline to which admission is sought
Applications received for admission
Cutoff trend of previous years
JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis by Aakash Institute
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The analysis of Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2019 by Aakash Institute will throw light into the following areas.
Which of the two papers was more difficult - Paper 1 or Paper 2
What type of questions were asked - Integer type or the three column matrix match
The difficulty level of the exam
What were the topics that were covered in all the three subjects in both the papers
Subject-wise difficult level
Which topics were given more weightage
The marking scheme of Paper 1 and Paper 2
Whether the questions were straight forward, conceptual or analytical
Whether the question papers were lengthy
The overall difficulty level of the exam
The analysis for this year’s exam will be updated once the institute release it post completion of JEE Advanced exam. In the mean time, candidates can check the analysis of JEE Advanced by Aakash Institute for the previous year.
Previous year JEE Advanced Analysis
JEE Advanced 2017 Analysis of Paper 1
The subject wise analysis of paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2017 is given below:
The total number of questions that were asked was 18
There were no lengthy questions
Total marks for the paper was 61
Most questions were asked from heat & thermodynamics and magnetism
The paper was of moderate difficulty level
Most questions were asked from the NCERT syllabus with only a few outside NCERT syllabus
Questions were conceptual in nature
There were 18 questions of 61 marks
Out of the 18 questions asked, 8 were from physical chemistry, 6 from organic and 4 from inorganic
67% of the questions were of moderate difficulty level
Basic understanding was enough to solve most questions
Matrix match involving three column was introduced
The questions were moderately difficult
There were six questions each that were asked from calculus and 2D-Geometry, while 5 questions were asked from Algebra and 1 from probability
JEE Advanced 2017 Analysis of Paper 2
In paper 2, there was negative marking in two of the sections. In all there were 18 questions per section and the total marks was 183. The subject wise analysis of JEE Advanced Paper 2 is given below.
The physics section was more difficult than paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2017
There was ambiguity in one of the questions on rotational mechanics
Questions were asked from the difficult chapters of Physics and they sought to understand the analytical skills of the students
There were nine questions which were asked from mechanics, while 7 from electromagnetism and 1 each from Modern Physics and Optics
The physics section was 56% moderately difficult, 39% difficult and 5% easy
In paper 2, chemistry section was difficult
Conceptual knowledge was required to answer questions from organic chemistry
Questions from Physical chemistry required critical thinking of the basic concepts
It was a low scoring section
39% of the questions were difficult, while 33% were moderately difficult and 28% were easy
Six questions each were asked from organic, inorganic and physical chemistry
Questions were mostly asked from topics like integral calculus, 3D, Vector
The mathematics section was easy to moderately difficulty level
There was an ambiguity in one of the questions
There were 8 questions that were asked from Algebra, 7 from calculus and one each from probability, geometry and trigonometry
18 were asked of 61 marks
78% of the questions that were asked were moderately difficult, 17% were easy while 5% of them fell in the difficult category
Candidates can check the opening and closing rank of the top 5 IITs for the year 2016 in the table that is given below.
Opening & Closing Ranks of IITs for 2016
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JEE Advanced Qualifying Marks
To be considered for admission at an IIT, the candidate has to score a minimum percentage of marks overall and also in the individual subjects depending on his or her category. Candidates can check the minimum percentage of marks for JEE Advanced 2019 from the table below.
Minimum Percentage of Marks Prescribed for Inclusion in the Rank List
Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject
Minimum Percentage of Aggregate Marks
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Okk I'll suggest down some of the books that will help you prepare a bit well for JEE exams...
For physics, go with HC VERMA of course and alongside solve either of the two - DC pandey OR IRODOV.
For Maths, RD SHARMA is the best possible book.
And for chemistry, again you've 3 options and you can solve any one or two as per your requirement. The books are Arihant, GRB, and Pradeep.
Along with this books, do give mock tests too as they will help you prepare more accurately.
Best wishes. Thank-you.
Hope you are doing well.
Though there is no pattern that JEE Main is following here but you can see that topics like Modern Physics, Optics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Magnetism & Magnetic Effects of Current, EMI & AC Circuits, and EM Waves have been scoring topics in decreasing order.
On average, General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group I has most questions (avg=5.5) but AIEEE 2011 had only 2 questions from this topic, apart from this Coordination Compunds, Atomic structure, Chemical Thermodynamics, Organic Chemistry Functional Group III, Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium, States of Matter, Biomolecules, Chemical Bonding, Functional Group III are topics in decreasing importance according to the data.
In Mathematics, Application of Derivatives, Indefinite Integrals, Definite Integrals & Area Under The Curve, Matrices and Determinants, Probability, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Progression are important topics in decreasing importance.
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