JEE Advanced 2018 Exam has concluded successfully on 20th May 2018 (Sunday). Now, abide by the post-exam ritual of waiting for the reviews, you all might be craving to reel off the JEE Advanced 2018 Paper Analysis.
As per the students, this year they found the exam back with a boom. The level of paper was good compared to the last year’s paper that was set by IIT Madras.
This year the exam was conducted by IIT Kanpur and the institute was completely able to set the paper fulfilling the persona of IIT JEE Exam, one of the most difficult and competitive exams of the country.
Here, you will get a complete depiction of JEE Advanced 2018 reviews by the aspirants and the subject matter experts.
JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis and Aspects of the D-Day
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur has efficaciously carried on the responsibility of conducting the JEE Advanced 2018 Exam on 20th May. The exam was conducted in two sessions. Paper 1 was held from 9 am to 12 noon and Paper 2 was held from 2 pm to 5 pm.
The aspirants had to give biometric attendance, so they had to report at 7:30 am for paper 1 and at 12:45 pm for paper 2.
The candidates, who were not able to submit registration fee on time even after the extension of the last date, have been allowed to sit for the examination by paying the fee through a demand draft.
The candidates who will qualify the advanced exam will be able to get admission to the Top IITs for bachelor’s, integrated master’s and dual degree programmes.
In keeping with the recent JEE Advanced Notifications, the answer keys for the exam was released on 29th May 2018 and copy of candidate responses was sent to the candidates by 25th May 2018.
JEE Advanced 2018 Review by the Students and Experts
Based on the JEE Advanced 2018 paper analysis, it can be noted that the students compared the paper with the last year’s paper. The immediate reaction was quite different from the last year.
JEE Advanced 2018 Exam maintained the status of one of the toughest exams. You can check the JEE Advanced analysis with the help of the following reviews by JEE Aspirants.
The exam was carrying a moderate level.
Physics was relatively difficult from the other two subjects.
Chemistry was of moderate level.
Maths paper has given a relaxation by being easy from the others.
There was no difference in the JEE Advance Paper pattern if talk about the number of questions (54 questions) but the marks in each paper decreased to 180 from 183.
The exam was based on online mode, so aspirants were able to clear the response and mark the answer for review.
Major changes as per JEE Advanced Paper Analysis 2018
The students’ review of JEE Advanced 2018 exam states that there were some major changes in the JEE Advanced question paper. Let’s discuss them below.
This year rather than the integer type questions, the students faced some Numerical Type questions. They were 8 in each section.
The answer to these questions should be rounded off to nearest second decimal place.
The marking scheme for these questions was: +3 marks for each correct answer and there was no negative marking.
The student attempted the question as there was no fear of negative marking but the 2nd point made all of them getting worried. The reason was the answers to be marked in the form of a decimal.
For example – If the answer to a question is 3 then they had to mark 3.00 instead of 3. It made many candidates tensed about their marked answers.
You can have a look at the tweets from various students on this matter –
#JEEAdvanced many students didint marked integer like X.00 but just left at X. Because it was very confusing due to the word “round off to the second digit”. Please accept both X.00 and X as the correct answer.
JEE matters a lot to our lives
— Abhishek (@yabhi123401) May 20, 2018
#JEEAdvanced It’s my humble request to the panelists to judge both x.00 and x as the right choice. Since 3.00 is always 3 and it matters a lot to the students. The students who entered the right digits didn’t solve the questions wrong — Anuj Ojha (@AnujOjh80676854) May 20, 2018
#JEEADVANCED I would request the concerned authorities to consider X and X.00 as same because this should not determine the hard work that a student has put for two years. And a lot of good aspirants have done this mistake@narendramodi
— Alok Yadav (@AlokYad24654882) May 21, 2018
#JEEADVANCED whosever is saying x should be answer is one who didn’t solve question he was just reading instruction This is not a test of mind. They are one who want to kill future of others They know they will not gain rank so they want to destroy us for their benefit — Vishesh jain (@Vishesh93156878) May 21, 2018
#JEEAdvanced please accept both X AND X.00 AS CORRECT AS IT WAS A BIT CONFUSONG.. PLEASE IT MATTERS A LOT FOR US
— manas pachauri (@manaspachauri) May 20, 2018
Note: - Keeping in view the students’ reaction over the marking of Numerical-Answer-Type questions, the officials have released a satisfying clarification. You can see the notice as given below.
JEE Advanced 2018 Exam Reviews for all Subjects
After the overall JEE Advanced 2018 paper analysis, let’s analyze the paper subject wise. Below, you will see the reviews from students on Physics, chemistry, and mathematics.
You will be able to know the areas from where more questions were asked. Here we start with Physics section first.
JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis for Physics Paper
The questions were completely calculative.
Candidates also found questions that solved with a single formula.
Multiple correct type questions were easy and scoring.
The language of some questions was found to be quite difficult.
Questions from matrix matching were lengthy.
Important topics – Waves, Modern Physics, Wave Optics, Ray Optics, etc.
JEE Advanced 2018 Review for Chemistry Paper
Multiple correct type questions were moderate.
Questions were more from organic chemistry.
Numerical questions were time-consuming and based on lengthy calculations.
Matrix matching was not easy for everyone. It was quite conceptual.
Important topics – Stereo Chemistry, Magnetic Properties, Oxo Linkages, etc.
Review of JEE Advanced 2018 Mathematics Paper
Numerical type questions were easy to moderate.
Matrix match was again difficult in this section.
The language was not tricky.
Multiple correct type questions were quite difficult.
Important topics – Differential Calculus, Probability, Functions, Trigonometry, Algebra, etc.
Hope that you all must have satisfied with JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis and Exam Reviews. The overall analysis says that the exam was having a level up from the previous year.
As per JEE Advanced 2018 reviews by the students, the paper could be cleared if the basics are clear. The exam was surprising as usual. It was based more on concepts and calculations. There was no chance of fixing the guesswork.
The officials have released JEE Advanced result on 10th June 2018. For those students who want to appear in JEE Advanced AAT 2018 Exam, the online registration can be done on 10th and 11th June 2018. The AAT 2018 will be held on 14th June and the result for the same will get released on 18th June 2018.
JEE Advanced AAT Exam is conducted only for JEE Advanced qualified candidates for admissions into the B.Arch. courses offered by IIT Roorkee and IIT Kharagpur. The exam is conducted via offline mode.
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