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JEE Advanced Paper Analysis 2017

Last Updated - May 23, 2017

The much awaited examination of JEE Advanced 2017 was held on May 21, 2017 at various centers across the country. JEE Advanced 2017 is the key for admissions to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). It consists of two papers which were held from 9 am to 12 pm (Paper I) and 2 pm to 5 pm (Paper II).

  • There is no set examination pattern for JEE Advanced and most of the questions are easy towards being more subjective or analytical.
  •  Negative marks are given to the candidates for an incorrect response to a question.
  • Last year, both Paper I and Paper II were of 186 marks each, this year Paper I and Paper II were conducted for a total of 183 marks each. Thus, grand total for JEE Advanced 2017 including Paper I and Paper II is 366 marks.

This exam is considered as one of, if not the toughest to crack in India. Paper is set at the order of examiners. Subject weightage, marking schemes, question formats and even total marks are unknown variables in this exam.


JEE Advanced Paper-1 Analysis

Paper 1 was found to be moderately difficult. The examination was conceived as  easier when compared to last year.

  • Multiple-correct choice questions awards students with 4 marks for fully correct answers, 1 mark for partially correct answers and deducted 2 marks for incorrect answers.
  • Integer type questions awarded students with 3 marks for each correct answer, with no negative marking. Passage type single choice questions awarded students 3 marks for each correct answer and deducted 1 mark for each incorrect one. The paper was worth a total of 183 marks.

Thus, the exam consisted of 21 multiple correct choice questions that constituted 84 marks of the examination, 15 integer type questions made up 45 marks and 18 passage type questions made up 54 marks.


JEE Advanced Paper-2 Analysis

  • Paper 2 was found to be relatively easy. Compared to last year, the paper was slightly easier.
  • It was comparatively easier than Paper 1. Single choice questions awarded students 3 marks for the correct answer and docked 1 mark for the incorrect one
  • Passage category single choice questions rewards the students with 3 marks for the correct choice, with no negative marks.
  • 21 single choice questions constituted 63 marks, 21 multiple correct choice questions constituted 84 marks, and 12 passage type single choice questions made up 36 marks.

Physics Analysis

Physics section of paper-1 was moderately difficult. Questions included in Physics were a mix of conceptual and formula-based. Mentioned below is chapter wise weightage of Paper-1 Physics section.

ChapterNumber of QuestionsMarks
Thermodynamics39
Electromagnetic Induction413
Optics27
Modern Physics413
Fluid Mechanics27
Sound Waves13
Center of Mass14
Alternating Current14
Wave, Motion and String Waves14
Heat Transfer14

Maximum questions were asked from Electromagnetic Induction and Modern Physics.

Physics was considered to be moderate in difficult. Compared to last year though, it was relatively easier. A majority of the questions were conceptual and needed students to be strong with basics. This year, 18 questions were asked from 12 chapters. Following is the analysis of chapter wise marking scheme as well as the number of questions:

ChapterNumber of QuestionsMarks
Alternating Currents14
Capacitors26
Current Electricity14
Electrostatistics14
Gravitation13
Kinematics13
Magnetism27
Measurement and Errors13
Modern Physics13
Rotational Dynamics517
Vectors13
Wave Optics14

Chemistry Analysis

Chemistry was moderately difficult. Compared to last year though, it was conceived slightly tougher. This exam had a mix of conceptual and calculation-based questions. Following is the analysis of chapter wise marking scheme as well as the number of questions:

  • There were 3 question of 9 marks from Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids.
  • There were 3 questions of 9 marks from Chemical Bonding.
  • There was 1 question of 3 marks from Atomic Structure.
  • There were 2 questions of 7 marks from Organic Chemistry.
  • There was 1 question of 3 marks from Solid State.
  • There was 1 question of 3 marks from Coordination Compounds.
  • There was 1 question of 3 marks from Electrochemistry.
  • There were 2 question of 8 marks from P-Block Elements.
  • There was 1 question of 4 marks from Thermodynamics.
  • There was 2 question of 8 marks from Hydrocarbons.
  • There was 1 question of 4 marks.

Thus, there were 18 questions of 61 marks. Above weightage is for Chemistry Paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2017. Chemistry Paper 2 was relatively easy to Paper 1, especially compared to last year. Questions coming from this topic were a combination of conceptual and formula-based. Following is the analysis of chapter wise marking scheme as well as the number of questions:

ChapterNumber of QuestionsMarks
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers26
Chemical Kinetics14
Electrochemistry13
Equilibrium in Physical and Chemical Processes14
Haloalkenes and Haloarenes14
Hydrocarbons14
Compounds Containing Nitrogen26
P-Block Elements116
Solutions14
Hydrogen13
Surface Chemistry14
Thermodynamics13

Mathematics Analysis

Mathematics was moderately easy this time. A lot of the questions asked in the exam required students to be strong with concepts to do well.

Following is the analysis of chapter wise marking scheme as well as the number of questions:

Chapter NameNumber of QuestionsMarks
Applicationof Derivatives39
Ellipse13
Circles26
Parabola27
Definite Integral27
Permutations and Combinations13
Sequence and Series13
Matrices27
Limit and Continuity14
Hyperbola14
Probability14
Complex Numbers14

Thus, there was a total of 18 questions of 61 marks in Paper 1 of Mathematics.

Mathematics was moderately difficult. It was easier comparing to what we saw last year. A majority of the questions in this subject were concept-based, while the rest required the use of facts and formulae. This year, 18 questions were asked from 11 chapters.Following is the analysis of chapter wise marking scheme as well as the number of questions:

  • There were 4 questions of 12 marks from 3D Geometry.
  • There were 3 questions of 11 marks from Application of Derivatives.
  • There was  1 questions of 4 marks from Area of Bounded Regions.
  • There were 2 questions of 8 marks from Definite Integrals.
  • There was  1 questions of 3 marks from Differential Equations.
  • There was  1 question of 4 marks  from Limits and Continuity.
  • There was  1 question of 3 marks from Matrices.
  • There was  1 question of 3 marks from Probability.
  • There was  1 question of 3 marks from Sets, Relations and Functions.
  • There were  2 question of 6 marks from Theory of Equations.
  • There was  1 question of 4 marks from Trigonometry.

Thus, there were 18 questions of 61 marks. Above constituted the completed analysis of Mathematics Paper 2.


JEE Advanced Expected Cut-off

Minimum percentage of marks required to be included in JEE Advanced Rank List 2017 is shown below that have been declared by IIT Madras. The candidate will be included or dropped from the All India Rank list based on this cut off.

S.No.Rank ListMinimum percentage of marks in each subjectMinimum percentage of aggregate marks
1.Common rank list (CRL)10.035.0
2.OBC-NCL rank list9.031.5
3.SC rank list5.017.5
4.ST rank list5.017.5
5.Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD)5.017.5
6.OBC-NCL-PwD rank list5.017.5
7.SC-PwD rank list5.017.5
8.ST-PwD rank list5.017.5
9.Preparatory course rank list2.58.75

JEE Advanced Result

JEE Advanced Result 2017 will be announced on June 11, 2017 (10 am) by Joint Admission Board (JAB). Candidates can check their result using JEE Advanced 2017 registration number, date of birth, mobile number and email ID.


JEE Advanced Counselling

Candidates need to fill-in their choices of academic programmes in participating Institutes on Fourth week of June 2017. Display of mock seat allocation based on choices filled-in by candidates on Last week of June 2017 . Reconcile the data, allocate seats, verify and validate on Last week of June 2017. Seat allocation (1st round) will be started on Last week of June 2017.


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