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  • Last Modified 22-08-2022

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

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JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018: On August 22, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay will release the JEE Advanced 2022 admit card at jeeadv.ac.in. Only registered candidates can access the JEE Advanced 2022 admit card. JEE Advanced registration for 2022 was open from August 8 to August 12.

IIT Bombay previously announced the JEE Advanced 2022 exam dates on their official website, jeeadv.ac.in. The JEE Advanced 2022 exam will occur on August 28, 2022. The JEE Advanced exam 2022 will consist of two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Like every year, Embibe released the JEE Advanced predicted paper a week before the actual exam. Let us now see the comparison between our predicted paper for JEE Advanced and the actual paper.

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

This section will provide you with JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018. You can also see the detailed JEE Advanced 2018 analysis

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Overall Difficulty Level

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis

The actual average difficulty level is slightly less than the predicted papers.

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis

We can see that the distribution of difficulty levels is very similar to that of the predicted paper for paper 1. For paper 2, the difficulty level range is smaller than the predicted paper.

It’s important to see the difficulty level distribution across the subjects.

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Subject-wise Difficulty Level distribution

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

Our prediction of Chemistry being the toughest was reflected in the actual paper.

Next, let’s look at the ideal time.

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Predicted Vs Actual Ideal Time

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

The average time spent solving each question is slightly longer in the actual JEE advanced paper 1 than in the predicted paper. Paper 2 is much longer than the predicted paper.

It’s important to see the ideal time distribution.

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Ideal Time Distribution

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

As seen from the above plot, the paper had many questions that took more than 3 minutes to solve, even for the brightest students.

Next, let’s see the distribution of skills required to solve the question paper by comparing predicted vs actual papers.

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Skill Distribution

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

The skill distribution of actual papers is similar to the predicted paper, with the Application and Analysis type of questions dominating both papers. However, the actual paper had much fewer comprehension-type questions than predicted.

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Question Category Distribution

JEE Advanced Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

We had predicted 60 questions in both paper 1 and paper 2, which is very close to the actual value of 54 questions each. As predicted, we can find a fair share of Multiple Choice, Numerical, Linked Comprehension and Matrix types of questions. However, there was no Single Choice type of questions in the actual paper.

Conclusion:

Based on the above analysis, we can conclude that JEE Advanced 2018 actual paper is very similar to Embibe’s JEE Advanced predicted paper in terms of average difficulty level, ideal time, skills distribution, etc. 

FAQs on JEE Advanced Predicted vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018

Read some of the most frequently asked questions about JEE Advanced Predicted vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 below,

Q.1: What type of questions are there in JEE Advanced?
Ans: The exam pattern for JEE Advanced Paper 2 is the same for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. There are three sections which carry 6 questions. The type of questions is MCQs with one or more correct answers, Numerical value answer type questions and Single-digit integer answers (0-9).

Q.2: Is JEE Advanced a difficult exam?
Ans: The JEE Advanced exam is one of the country’s most difficult to pass. Only JEE Main qualifiers with the highest rank can take the exam. The exam is considered difficult due to its testing structure. It assesses a candidate’s analytical thinking.

Q.3: How many seats are available at IIT?
Ans: The total number of undergraduate seats available at all IITs is 16,234. 

Q.4: Is JEE written or MCQ?
Ans: Every year, JEE Advanced occurs online, which means it is a computer-based exam (CBT). All registered students must take both papers, paper 1 and paper 2.

Q.5: Can I purchase IIT seats?
Ans: No, You can not buy an IIT seat if you want to get into B.Tech, you must pass the jee main exam and then the jee main paper 2. Scholarships are available for economically disadvantaged candidates.

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