Detailed JEE Advanced Analysis 2021: IIT Delhi is conducting the JEE Advanced 2020 exam on 27th September 2020. Experts at Embibe have analyzed the JEE Advanced online question paper. The JEE Advanced analysis 2020 will give detailed information about the difficulty level of each section as well as the overall difficulty level of the exam. Information regarding the distribution of questions, type of questions asked in the paper, etc. will also be provided.
The JEE Advanced analysis will give students an idea about how they have performed in the exam. They will also get an idea about the likelihood of them cracking the exam. It will be helpful even for students appearing for JEE Advanced 2020. Read on to find out the detailed JEE Advanced analysis 2020.
Detailed JEE Advanced Analysis 2020
The JEE Advanced analysis provided here is based on the memory-based questions shared by students who appeared for the exam this year. Let us now look at what Experts at Embibe think about Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2020.
JEE Advanced Subject-Wise Analysis 2020 Paper 2
JEE Advanced Paper 2 was overall difficult in nature and calculative due to pattern change. Out of total registered candidates, 96% have appeared for the exam.
- JEE Advanced Paper 1: 1,51,311
- JEE Advanced Paper 2: 1,50,900
JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 2 – Pattern:
- Total Questions in the exam: 54 (18 in each section)
- Integer type of questions: 6 (with negative marking)
- Multi-correct answer: 6 (with negative marking)
- Numericals: 6 (answer up to decimal without negative marking)
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 Paper 2 – Physics
- Physics was calculative and lengthy.
- Most of the syllabus was covered.
- Marks were distributed equally in Class 11 and Class 12 syllabi, with Electromagnetism, Heat and Thermodynamics and Mechanics covering major portion.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 Paper 2 – Chemistry
- JEE Advanced Paper 2 of Chemistry was easy to moderate
- It was calculative.
- Physical and Organic chemistry sections had more questions.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 Paper 2 – Mathematics
- The Maths section was Moderate to difficult.
- Questions were asked within the syllabus.
- Multi-correct type of questions consumed time due to calculations.
JEE Advanced Subject-Wise Analysis 2020 Paper 1
Candidates can find the JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 1 Subject-wise analysis here. Paper 1 is considered to be easy to moderate. The overall JEE Advanced Paper 1 question paper was lengthy. The questions required thinking ability to be solved.
JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 1 – Pattern:
- Total questions in Physics, Chemistry and Maths were 54.
- 6 Single Choice questions were asked.
- There were 6 numerical questions from each subject.
- 6 SAMCQs (+3, -1).
- 6 MAMCQs (+4, -2).
- 6 Numeric value type questions (+4, 0).
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 Paper 1 – Physics
- Physics section of JEE Advanced 2020 question paper was of moderate level with lengthy calculations.
- The questions asked were within the syllabus.
- In Physics, almost all questions were asked from Class 11 and 12 syllabi.
- Chapters like Rotation, Work Power Energy, magnetism and Thermodynamics had more questions.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 Paper 1 – Chemistry
- JEE Advanced Chemistry section was easy to moderate level.
- All the questions asked were within the syllabus.
- Physical chemistry had a little higher percentage of questions as compared to Organic & Inorganic chemistry.
- Some tricky questions were asked from Inorganic chemistry.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2020 Paper 1 – Mathematics
- JEE Advanced Analysis Paper 1 (Maths): The Maths part of the paper was a “little calculative and lengthy”.
- Most of the questions were asked from Algebra and Calculus.
- JEE Advanced 2020 Mathematics part was the toughest of all.
- Candidates who are good at Mathematics found this section easier.
- 5 -6 questions were asked from Calculus. Questions were also asked from Continuity and Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Probability, Complex Numbers, Determinants and 3D Geometry.
Previous Years’ JEE Advanced Analysis – 2019
Check out JEE Advanced paper analysis for the year 2019:
JEE Advanced Analysis 2019 For Paper 1
The JEE Advanced 2019 analysis for Paper 1 is as follows:
- Compared the previous year, candidates found Paper 1 difficult.
- Most of the questions were tricky in nature.
- The difficulty level of Mathematics ranged from moderate to tough.
- Mathematics questions were calculative and tricky in nature.
- Chemistry section was relatively easier.
- Physics was moderate.
- In Physics, most of the questions were from the syllabus of Class 12.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2019 For Paper 2
The JEE Advanced 2019 analysis for Paper 2 is as follows:
- Mathematics was the toughest part of JEE Advanced Paper 2.
- Questions from Matrices and Differential Equations were asked in the Mathematics section.
- Physics section was moderate in nature.
- Chemistry section was the easiest.
- There were fewer questions from Physical Chemistry.
- Organic and Inorganic Chemistry had balanced questions.
JEE Advanced Analysis 2018, 2017 and 2016
Candidates appearing for JEE Advanced 2020 can also check the detailed JEE Advanced analysis for 2018 to get an idea about the trends of the paper.
Embibe has large amounts of student attempt data collected on our platform over many years. This along with Embibe’s Knowledge Graph gives us insights into the paper on various dimensions – difficulty, time to solve, important concepts and chapters, and chapters and concepts where students are likely to make mistakes, etc. As you can see, Embibe has the ability to perform a unique analysis of the JEE Advanced 2018 Paper.
Let us first look at the distribution of questions in JEE Advanced for 2016, 2017 and 2018:
More Than One Correct
Single Option Correct
JEE Advanced Analysis: Important Insights
Some of the most important insights on JEE Advanced paper are as under:
- The total number of questions per exam has remained constant across the 3 years.
- Matrix Match Type Questions and Numerical Type Questions were introduced in 2018 while Integer Type and Single Option Questions were discontinued in 2018 across all subjects
- More than One Correct Type questions have been the most important with the maximum number of questions being asked from this type across all 3 years
- Students have given most of the Correct Responses in Matrix Match questions followed by Single Option Correct Questions.
- Students have given most of the Wrong Responses in Integer Type questions followed by Numerical Type questions.
- Students have not attempted questions with More than One Correct Answer the most.
What Skill Types Did The Questions Test For?
Any particular question on an exam paper will require the application of different skills to be able to correctly solve it within an acceptable amount of time. We tag every question with the specific skill type that it tests for. The figure below shows the distribution of skills that were covered by the questions in this year’s paper. We can see that Analytical and Application-based questions accounted for over 85% of the questions asked. Synthesis skill is also tested in 10% of the questions.
At Embibe, we have always believed that good data coupled with smart algorithms are the key to personalizing education at scale and enabling students to achieve their learning outcomes. The final section in our analysis drives from this point. It may not be possible for all students to love the entire syllabus as a whole and prepare with equal fervour across all content.
However, one must prepare for the exam in the smartest possible manner. Using Embibe’s data-driven insights and preparation strategies makes it possible for anyone to make the best use of the limited time available when preparing for some of the toughest exams in the world. You can also get free JEE Advanced study material, JEE Advanced practice questions, and JEE Advanced mock tests on Embibe.
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