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JEE Advanced Paper Analysis 2024: Check Section-wise Paper Analysis


JEE Advanced Analysis 2024: The Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, will conduct the JEE Advanced 2024 exam on May 26, 2024. While Paper 1 of JEE Advanced is to be conducted between 9:00 a.m. and 12 noon, Paper 2 will take place from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Candidates longing for a thorough JEE Advanced analysis 2024 can find the same in this article.

This article will help candidates understand the exam level difficulty analysis for the JEE Advanced exam. It also assesses the question and answers which were asked in the exam. Embibe’s subject matter experts have shared the paper analysis of JEE Advanced 2024, which includes the types of questions that appeared in the exam, how difficult the questions were, and the possible cut-off.

JEE Advanced Question Paper Analysis 2024

The experts will analyse the JEE Advanced 2024 and concluded which section of the question paper was difficult and which was easy. Our subject matter experts have provided section-by-section paper analysis, in which the difficulty level of the papers has been assessed based on candidates’ exam experience.

JEE Advanced paper analysis will be added here after the exam is over. Keep checking this page for latest news and updates!

JEE Advanced Analysis 2023: Paper 1, Paper 2

The table below highlights the section-wise difficulty of JEE Adv. for Paper 1 and Paper 2:

JEE Advanced 2023 SubjectPaper 1 Difficulty LevelPaper 2 Difficulty Level
PhysicsModerateModerate to Difficult

JEE Advanced 2023 Question Paper

Take JEE Adv. 2023 question paper for to prepare for JEE Advanced 2024 exam:


JEE Advanced Paper 1 – 2023 Practice Now
JEE Advanced Paper 2 – 2023 Practice Now

JEE Advanced Previous Years’ Exam Analysis

Take a look at the subject-wise analysis of the previous year’s JEE Advanced 2022 question paper, i.e., Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics:

JEE Advanced 2022 SubjectPaper 1 Difficulty LevelPaper 2 Difficulty Level
PhysicsModerate to ChallengingModerate

JEE Advanced 2022 August 28 Physics

The difficulty level of this section was ‘moderate.’ However, the Physics section was rather lengthy and included questions based on the 10 and 12 curricula.

JEE Advanced 2022 August 28 Chemistry

This segment was reviewed as ‘lengthy’ and included questions from ‘organic’ chemistry.

JEE Advanced 2022 August 28 Mathematics

The difficulty level of this section was ‘difficult’, and it was a ‘lengthy’ question paper.

JEE Advanced High Weightage Chapters for Paper 1 and Paper 2

Difficulty level of high weightage for JEE Advanced 2022 exam Paper 1 and Paper 2 are given below:

SectionPaper 1- High Weightage ChaptersPaper 2- High Weightage Chapters
PhysicsElectromagnetic Induction
Fluid Mechanics
Modern Physics
Heat and Thermodynamics
Rotational Motion
Current Electricity
Ray Optics
Electromagnetic Induction
ChemistryAldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Atomic structure
P block elements
Organic chemistry
Mole Concept and Electrochemistry
P-block Elements and Atomic Structure
Organic Chemistry
Liquid Solutions
MathematicsApplication of Derivatives
Definite integral
Geometry & Calculus

JEE Advanced 2021 Paper Analysis

Candidates can check the subject-wise JEE Advanced 2021 exam analysis in the following table:

JEE Advanced 2021 SubjectPaper 1 Difficulty LevelPaper 2 Difficulty Level
PhysicsModerate to ChallengingModerate
ChemistryEasy to ModerateEasy to Moderate
MathematicsModerateModerate to Challenging

JEE Advanced Subject-wise Analysis 2020 Paper 1

JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 1 was considered to be easy to moderate. The overall JEE Advanced Paper 1 question paper was lengthy. The questions required thinking ability to be solved.

Previous Year JEE Advanced Paper 1 Pattern

  1. The total number of questions in Physics, Chemistry and Maths was 54.
  2. 6 single-choice questions were asked.
  3. There were 6 numerical questions for each subject.
  4. 6 short answer MCQs (+3, -1).
  5. 6 medium answer MCQs (+4, -2).
  6. 6 numeric value type questions (+4, 0).

Previous Year JEE Advanced Analysis Paper 1 – Physics

  1. The Physics section of JEE Advanced 2020 question paper was of moderate level with lengthy calculations.
  2. The questions asked were within the syllabus.
  3. In Physics, almost all questions were asked from the Class 11 and 12 syllabi.
  4. Chapters like Rotation, Work Power Energy, magnetism and Thermodynamics had more questions.

Previous Year JEE Advanced Analysis Paper 1 – Chemistry

  1. JEE Advanced Chemistry section was easy to moderate level.
  2. All the questions asked were within the syllabus.
  3. Physical Chemistry had a little higher percentage of questions as compared to Organic and Inorganic chemistry.
  4. Some tricky questions were asked in Inorganic Chemistry.

Previous Year JEE Advanced Analysis Paper 1 – Mathematics

  1. Analysis of Paper 1 (Maths): The maths part of the paper was a “little calculative and lengthy”.
  2. Most of the questions were asked in Algebra and Calculus.  
  3. JEE Advanced 2020 Mathematics part was the toughest of all.
  4. Candidates who are good at Mathematics found this section easier.
  5. Around 5 -6 questions were asked from Calculus. Also, questions were asked about Continuity and Differentiability, Application of Derivatives, Definite Integrals, Probability, Complex Numbers, Determinants and 3D Geometry.

JEE Advanced Analysis 2023: Important Insights

Some of the most important insights on JEE Advanced paper are as under:

  1. The total number of questions per exam has remained constant for 3 years.
  2. The ‘Matrix Match Type’ and ‘Numerical Type’ questions were introduced in 2018, while ‘Integer Type’ and ‘Single Option Questions’ were discontinued 2018 across all subjects.
  3. ‘More Than One Correct’ question types used to be part of the paper across the three years.
  4. Students have given most of the ‘Correct Responses in Matrix Match’ questions followed by ‘Single Option Correct Questions’.
  5. Students have given most of the ‘Wrong Responses in Integer Type’ questions followed by ‘Numerical Type’ questions.
  6. Most students have not attempted questions with ‘More than One Correct Answer’.

FAQs on JEE Advanced Analysis 2024

Here are a few most frequently asked questions regarding JEE Advanced 2024 paper analysis:

Q: Who releases the analysis of JEE Advanced 2024?

Ans: Experts at different coaching centres will release the JEE Advanced 2024 exam analysis. These experts have domain-specific knowledge and analyse the question paper more deeply. Therefore, the analysis will not have much chance of mistakes or errors.

Q: When is JEE Advanced 2024 scheduled, and who will conduct it?

Ans: IIT Guwahati will conduct the JEE Adv. exam on May 26, 2024.

Q: What will JEE Advanced 2024 paper analysis include?

Ans: Using the paper analysis of JEE Advanced for both shifts, aspirants can get their hands on the difficulty level of JEE Advanced, the type of questions asked in the exam, etc. Aspirants can also understand from which topics the questions were asked in the test and whether their difficulty level of JEE Advanced was moderate, hard, or easy. 

Q: How was JEE Advanced 2023 in terms of being competitive?

Ans: The overall difficulty of the JEE Advanced 2023 question paper was ‘moderate’.

Q: When will IIT Guwahati release JEE Advanced 2024 answer keys?

Ans: IIT Guwahati will release the answer key after the exam gets conducted.

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JEE Advanced ResultJEE Advanced Cut-off
JEE Advanced Rank ListJEE Advanced Toppers

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