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JEE Advanced 2024 Analysis: JEE Advanced 2024 exam was held today. Candidates can now find below the JEE Advanced 2024 exam analysis and student reaction for paper 1 and paper 2. JEE Advanced 2024 paper 1 and paper 2 analysis includes the difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2024, topics asked in the exam, weightage of topics, etc. As per the experts and students, the JEE Advanced Paper 1 and Paper 2 were moderate. The paper was very doable and candidates could complete the paper on time. In both the papers, Maths was difficult, Physics was moderate and chemistry was the easiest. Both paper 1 and paper 2 had 180 marks each and each paper has 51 questions. Each paper had three sections - Maths, Physics and Chemistry and each section had 17 questions.

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JEE Advanced 2024 Analysis - Paper 1 & 2 OUT

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JEE Advanced 2024 paper 2 Analysis by FIITJEE experts

Check below JEE Advanced 2024 paper 2 analysis:

  1. Total Marks of Paper 2 was 180 & Duration: 3 hrs.
  2. The Paper had (51) questions with 17 questions in each subject.
  3. Total no. of questions in Paper-2 were 51 .
  4. Total Marks of Paper-2 was 180 which is same as last year.
  5. The Paper-2 had (03) three parts- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
  6. Max. Marks for each Part was 60.
  7. In each part there were Four sections:
    • Sec-I (Max. marks-12)
    • Sec-II (Max. Marks-12)
    • Sec-III (Max. marks-24)
    • Sec-IV (Max. marks-12)
  8. Sec-I had (04) Four Questions with four options in which only ONE option was correct. Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +3 If only the correct option is chosen
    • Zero Marks:: 0  If none of the options are chosen
    • Negative Marks: -1 In all other cases
  9. Sec-II had (03) Four questions with four options in which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE option(s) were correct. Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +4  If only (all)  the correct options are chosen
    • Partial Marks: +3 If all the four options are correct but ONLY three correct options are chosen
    • Partial Marks: +2 If three or more options are correct but only two correct options are chosen
    • Partial Marks: +1 If two or more options are correct but only one correct option is chosen
    • Zero Marks:: 0  If none of the options are chosen
    • Negative Marks: -2 In all other cases
  10. Sec-III had (06) Six questions of Numerical Based (Non-Negative Integer Type). Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +4 for the correct answer
    • Zero Marks: 0 in all other cases
  11. Sec-IV had (04) Four questions based on Two Paragraphs with (02) Two questions in each paragraph (Numerical based Decimal Type with answer correct to 2 decimal places). Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +3 for the correct answer.
    • Zero Marks:: 0 in all other cases.

Paper-2:   Immediate reaction of students :

  • Students found the overall level of paper Moderately Tough. Tougher than Paper-1.
  • Some students have reported Physics and Chemistry were Moderate, but Maths was relatively Tough. 
  • Chemistry was a Tricky as per students. Equal weightages given to Organic, Inorganic & Physical Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry had few questions of p-block, Chemical bonding, Coordination compounds which were directly from NCERT. In Physical Chemistry questions covered Electrochemistry, Ionic & Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry & Surface Chemistry. In Organic Chemistry, questions mostly asked from Aldehyde & Ketones, Polymers, Biomolecules, Mixed concepts questions were asked. Qualitative Analysis was asked in Comprehension based type questions. This section was reported Moderate as per students.
  • Physics. Questions were asked from Chapters of Waves & Sound, Ray &Wave Optics, Fluids, EM Waves, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics had more weightage, Kinematics, Gravitation & Electrostatics. Overall, Physics was Moderately Tough as per students. Students felt this section was not balanced. Some questions had tricky & Lengthy calculations.
  • Mathematics was Toughest as per students. There were questions from Functions, Limits, Application of Derivatives, Definite Integrals, Area under Curve, Inverse Trigonometric functions, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Circle, Parabola, Quadratic Equations, Permutation & Combination and Probability. Students felt this section was the Toughest.
  • No mistakes reported till now as complete paper is yet to be analysed.
  • As the Test was Computer Based students had the option to Clear Response to change any option, they could mark it for Review, Save and next to proceed further.
  • Scribble Pads were given to students during the exam for rough work.

JEE Advanced 2024 paper 1 Analysis by FIITJEE experts

Check below the JEE Advanced 2024 paper 1 analysis:

  1. Total Marks of Paper 1 was 180 & Duration: 3 hrs
  2. The Paper had (51) questions with 17 questions in each subject.
  3. The Paper-1 had (03) three parts- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
  4. Max. Marks for each Part was 60.
  5. In each part there were Four sections:
    • Sec-I (Max. marks-12)
    • Sec-II (Max. Marks-12)
    • Sec-III (Max. marks-24)
    • Sec-IV (Max. marks-12)
  6. Sec-I had (04) Four Questions with four options in which only ONE option was correct. Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +3 If only the correct option is chosen
    • Zero Marks:: 0  If none of the options are chosen
    • Negative Marks: -1 In all other cases
  7. Sec-II had (03) Three questions with four options in which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE option(s) were correct. Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +4  If only (all)  the correct options are chosen
    • Partial Marks: +3 If all the four options are correct but ONLY three correct options are chosen
    • Partial Marks: +2 If three or more options are correct but only two correct options are chosen
    • Partial Marks: +1 If two or more options are correct but only one correct option is chosen
    • Zero Marks:: 0  If none of the options are chosen
    • Negative Marks: -2 In all other cases
  8. Sec-III had (06) Six questions of Numerical Based (Non-Negative Integer Type). Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +4 for the correct answer
    • Zero Marks: 0 in all other cases
  9. Sec-IV had (04) Four questions with each question of Match List type i.e. Match List-I to List-II. List-I had 4 questions to be matched to List-II which had 5 options. One or more than one options were correct. Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +3 in case all options are correct,
    • Zero Marks: 0 if none of the options are chosen
    • Negative Marks: -1 In all other cases

Paper-1:   Immediate reaction of students: Students found the overall level of paper Moderate to Difficult level but not easy. Students have reported Maths was Easy to Moderate, Chemistry was Moderate, but Physics was relatively difficult.

  • Chemistry was a not balanced as more weightages given to Organic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry had few questions which were directly from NCERT. In Physical Chemistry questions covered chapters of Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure& Thermodynamics. In Organic Chemistry, questions mostly asked from Amines, Polymers, Biomolecules, Oxygen containing Compounds, some named reactions were also asked. Mixed concepts questions were asked. This section was reported Moderate as per students.
  • Physics. More weightage was given to chapters like Kinematics, Rotational Motion, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Modern Physics, Capacitors, Current Electricity, Optics, Electrostatics, Electromagnetic Induction. Overall Physics was reported Tough as compared to the other two subjects as per students. This was a Balanced Section as per students.
  • Mathematics was Easy to Moderate as per students. There were questions from Functions, Limits, Definite Integrals, Matrices, Statistics & Probability. Some good questions were asked from chapters of Permutation & Combination, Probability, Complex Numbers, 3-D Geometry, Circles and Ellipse.  Some questions were reported Lengthy.

No mistakes reported till now as the complete paper is yet to be analysed. As the test was Computer-based students had the option to Clear Response to change any option, they could mark it for Review, Save and next to proceed further. Scribble Pads were given to students during the exam for rough work.

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JEE Advanced 2023 Paper 2 Analysis OUT

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Quick Analysis of JEE Advanced (Paper-2) Afternoon Session: 2:30 pm -05:30 pm

  • Total Marks of Paper 2 was 180 & Duration: 3 hrs
  • The Paper had (51) questions with 17 questions in each subject.
  • The Paper-2 had (03) three parts- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
  • Max. Marks for each Part was 60.
  • In each part there were Four sections:
    • Sec-I (Max. marks-12)
    • Sec-II (Max. Marks-12)
    • Sec-III (Max. marks-24)
    • Sec-IV (Max. marks-12)

Sec-I had (04) Four Questions with four options in which only ONE option was correct. Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +3 If only the correct option is chosen
  • Zero Marks: 0  If none of the options are chosen
  • Negative Marks: -1 In all other cases

Sec-II had (03) Four questions with four options in which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE option(s) were correct. Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +4  If only (all)  the correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +3 If all the four options are correct but ONLY three correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +2 If three or more options are correct but only two correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +1 If two or more options are correct but only one correct option is chosen
  • Zero Marks: 0  If none of the options are chosen
  • Negative Marks: -2 In all other cases

Sec-III had (06) Six questions of Numerical Based (Non-Negative Integer Type). Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +4 for the correct answer
  • Zero Marks: 0 in all other cases

Sec-IV had (04) Four questions based on Two Paragraphs with (02) Two questions in each paragraph (Numerical based Decimal Type with answer correct to 2 decimal places). Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +3 for the correct answer.
  • Zero Marks: 0 in all other cases.

Paper-2: Immediate reaction of students: Students found the overall level of paper Moderate to Difficult level but not easy. Some students have reported Physics and Chemistry were Moderate, but Maths was relatively difficult.

Chemistry was Tricky as per students. More weightage was given to Organic & Physical Chemistry as compared to Inorganic. Inorganic Chemistry had a few questions which were directly from NCERT. In Physical Chemistry, questions covered Chemical Kinetics, Ionic & Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, and Thermodynamics (with more than one question). In Organic Chemistry, questions are mostly asked from Aryl & Alkyl halides, Amines, Polymers, Biomolecules, and Oxygen-containing Compounds. Mixed concepts questions were asked. This section was reported Moderate as per students.

Physics had more weightage for chapters like Wave & Sound, Wave Optics, Fluids, EM Waves,  Thermodynamics, Modern Physics, Current Electricity, Kinematics, Gravitation, and Electrostatics. Overall, Physics was Moderate as per students. Students felt this section was not balanced. Some questions had tricky & Lengthy calculations.

Mathematics was unbalanced & tricky as per students. There were questions from Functions, Differential Equations, Inverse Trigonometric functions, Differentiability, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Application of Derivatives, Complex Numbers, Matrices, Circle Permutation & Combination and Probability. Students felt this section was the Toughest.
No mistakes reported till now as the complete paper is yet to be analysed.

The total no. of questions in Paper-1 was 51. Total Marks of Paper-2 was 180 which is the same as last year. As the Test was Computer Based students had the option to Clear Response to change any option, they could mark it for Review, Save and next to proceed further. Scribble Pads were given to students during the exam for rough work.

JEE Advanced 2023 Paper 1 Analysis OUT

 The below analysis is as per the experts of FIITJEE:

Analysis of JEE Advanced (Paper-1) Morning Session: 9:00 am -12:00 noon: The total no. of questions in Paper-1 was 51. The total Marks of Paper-1 were 180 which is the same as last year. As the Test was Computer Based students had the option to Clear Response to change any option, they could mark it for Review, Save and next to proceed further. Scribble Pads were given to students during the exam for rough work.

  • Total Marks of Paper 1 was 180 & Duration: 3 hrs
  • The Paper had (51) questions with 17 questions in each subject.
  • The Paper-1 had (03) three parts- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
  • Max. Marks for each Part was 60.
  • In each part there were Four sections:
    • Sec-I (Max. marks-12)
    • Sec-II (Max. Marks-12)
    • Sec-III (Max. marks-24)
    • Sec-IV (Max. marks-12)

Sec-I had (03) Three questions with four options in which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE option(s) were correct. Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +4  If only (all)  the correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +3 If all the four options are correct but ONLY three correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +2 If three or more options are correct but only two correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +1 If two or more options are correct but only one correct option is chosen
  • Zero Marks: 0  If none of the options are chosen
  • Negative Marks: -2 In all other cases

Sec-II had (04) Four Questions with four options in which only ONE option was correct. Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +3 If only the correct option is chosen
  • Zero Marks: 0  If none of the options are chosen
  • Negative Marks: -1 In all other cases

Sec-III had (06) Six questions of Numerical Based (Non-Negative Integer Type). Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +4 for the correct answer
  • Zero Marks: 0 in all other cases

Sec-IV had (04) Four questions with each question of Match List type i.e. Match List-I to List-II. List-I had 4 questions to be matched to List-II which had 5 options.  One or more than one options were correct. Marking scheme in this section. 

  • Full marks: +3 in case all options are correct,
  • Zero Marks:: 0 if none of the options are chosen
  • Negative Marks: -1 In all other cases

Paper-1: Immediate reaction of students:

Students found the overall level of paper Moderate to Difficult level but not easy. Some students have reported Physics was Easy, Chemistry was Moderate, but Maths was relatively difficult.

Chemistry was not balanced as per students. Inorganic Chemistry had a few questions which were directly from NCERT. In Physical Chemistry, questions covered chapters of Chemical Kinetics, Ionic & Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, and Atomic Structure. Thermodynamics (with more than one question). In Organic Chemistry, questions mostly asked from Amines, Polymers, Biomolecules, Oxygen-containing Compounds, and some named reactions were also asked. Mixed concepts questions were asked. This section was reported Moderate as per students. More weightage is given to Organic Chemistry.

In Physics, more weightage was given to chapters like Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics, Capacitors, Current Electricity, Kinematics, Gravitation, Optics, and Electrostatics. Overall, Physics was Easy as compared to the other two subjects as per students. This was a Balanced Section as per students.

Mathematics was tricky & difficult for students. There were tricky and lengthy questions from Vectors and 3D Geometry. There were questions from Functions, Matrices, Ellipse, Statistics & Probability. Some good questions were asked in chapters of Probability, Complex Numbers, 3-D Geometry, and Parabolas. Students felt this section was the Toughest.

JEE Advanced 2022 Analysis - Paper 2 (Available)

JEE Advanced 2022 exam analysis by Aakash BYJU'S

Format - Each subject had 18 Questions. Total 54 Questions.

Pattern

Section 1 -8 Que, Single digit integer  value based- +3, -1 - Maximum Marks- 24

Section 2 - 6 Que, More than one option correct, +4, partial negative marking. Maximum Marks- 24

Section 3-  4 Que Single option correct , +3, -1 Maximum Marks-12

Total maximum marks per subject 60 and overall paper 180

  • Physics: lengthy but Moderate, with balance of class 11th and 12th.
  • Chemistry: lengthy compared to paper 1 Moderate, with more weightage on organic and less on inorganic.
  • Maths: lengthy and Moderate, balanced between 11th and 12th.

Overall- Moderate but lengthy

Overall  JEE ADVANCED 2022 paper- paper was moderate with physics and maths being almost equally spreaded across complete Jee syllabus, with chemistry more biased for organic potion. Paper 2 was bit lengthy compared to paper 1

JEE Advanced 2022 exam analysis by FIITJEE

  • Total Marks of Paper 2: 180 & Duration: 3 hrs
  • The Paper had (54) questions in total with 18 questions in each subject.
  • The Paper had (03) three parts- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
  • Max. Marks for each Part was 60.

In each part there are three sections-

  • Sec-I (Max. marks- 24)
  • Sec-II (Max. Marks- 24)
  • Sec-III (Max. marks- 12)
  • Sec-I had (08) Eight questions- with integer type answers, the answer of which was a positive number only.

Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +3 for the correct answer
  • Zero Marks: 0 if unattempted
  • Negative Marks: -1 in all other cases

Sec-II had (06) Six questions with four options in which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE option(s) were correct. Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +4  If only (all)  the correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +3 If all the four options are correct but ONLY three correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +2 If three or more options are correct but only two correct options are chosen
  • Partial Marks: +1 If two or more options are correct but only one correct option is chosen
  • Zero Marks:: 0  If none of the options are chosen
  • Negative Marks: -2 In all other cases

Sec-III had (04) Four questions with four options in each in which ONLY ONE of the four options was correct. Marking scheme in this section:

  • Full marks: +3 if option chosen is correct
  • Zero Marks:: 0 if none of the options are chosen
  • Negative Marks: -1 in all other cases

 Paper-2:  Immediate reaction of students: Students found the overall level of paper to be Moderate & Lengthy. Paper-2 was Lengthy & but overall Easier compared to Paper-1 held in the 1st Shift. Chemistry was Easy, Physics & Mathematics was Moderate to Tough Level & Lengthy. Chemistry (Easy). Balanced Section. In Physical Chemistry, there were questions from Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Surface Chemistry, Thermodynamics & Chemical Kinetics. Organic Chemistry was well distributed with more mixed concept-based questions.  No direct questions in Inorganic Chemistry, there were questions from p-block specially reaction based.

Physics (Moderate & Lengthy) There were more concept based and covered all chapters.  Students reported this section to be Moderate. Questions were asked from Optics, Kinematics, Work Power & Energy, Rotational Motion, Thermodynamics mixed with Surface Tension, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Magnetism. Mixed concepts questions took more time, so some students found this section lengthy.

Mathematics (Moderately & Lengthy) There were more questions from Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. Questions were mixed concept questions clubbing two chapters asked from Functions & Progressions, Application of Derivatives clubbed with Differential Equation, Circle clubbed with Trigonometry, Vectors clubbed with Matrices, and some direct questions from Hyperbola, Ellipse, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Definite Integration with Inverse of function. Questions had lengthy calculations.

No mistakes reported till now as complete paper is yet to be analysed.

JEE Advanced 2022 Analysis - Paper 1 (Available)

  • Scribble pad was given at the centres.
  • The paper was easier than last year.
  • Maths was the toughest and lengthy.
  • The total marks were 180.
  • There were no single correct questions.
  • There were MCQs, Matrix, and integer-type questions in the paper.
  • There were no negative markings in integer-type questions, Rest questions has negative markings.
  • Physics was moderate and chemistry was the easiest.

JEE Advanced 2022 Paper 1 Analysis by Aakash BYJU'S

Format - Each subject had 18 Questions. Total 54 Questions.

Pattern

  • Section 1- 8 Que, Numerical value based- +3, no negative- Maximum Marks- 24
  • Section 2. 6 Que, More than one option correct, +4, partial negative marking. Maximum Marks- 24
  • Section 3. 4 Que, Matrix Match with options, +3, -1 Maximum Marks 12
  • Total maximum marks per subject 60 and overall paper 180

Physics: Moderate, with a balance of class 11th and 12th.

Chemistry: Moderate, with more weightage on organic and less on inorganic.

Maths: Moderate, balanced between 11th and 12th.

Overall - Moderate

JEE Advanced 2022 Paper 1 Analysis by FIITJEE Experts

  • Total Marks of Paper 1 was 180 & Duration: 3 hrs

  • The Paper had (54) questions with 18 questions in each subject.

  • The Paper-1 had (03) three parts- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

  • Max. Marks for each Part was 60.

  • In each part there are Three sections- Sec-I (Max. marks-24), Sec-II (Max. Marks-24), Sec-III (Max. marks-12)

  • Sec-I had (08) Eight questions of Numerical Based Decimal Type with answer correct to 2 decimal digits. Marking scheme in this section:

    • Full marks: +3 for the correct answer

    • Zero Marks: 0 in all other cases

  • Sec-II had (06) Six questions with four options in which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE option(s) were correct. Marking scheme in this section:
    • Full marks: +4  If only (all)  the correct options are chosen

    • Partial Marks: +3 If all the four options are correct but ONLY three correct options are chosen

    • Partial Marks: +2 If three or more options are correct but only two correct options are chosen

    • Partial Marks: +1 If two or more options are correct but only one correct option is chosen

    • Zero Marks:: 0  If none of the options are chosen

    • Negative Marks: -2 In all other cases

  • Sec-III had (04) Four questions with each question of Match List type i.e. Match List-I to List-II. List-I had 4 questions to be matched to List-II which had 5 options.  One or more than one options were correct. Marking scheme in this section:

    • Full marks: +3 in case all options are correct,

    • Zero Marks:: 0 if none of the options are chosen

    • Negative Marks: -1 In all other cases

Paper-1:   Immediate reaction of students :

  • Students found the overall level of paper Moderate to Difficult level but not easy.

  • Some students have reported Physics was Moderate, Chemistry was Easy but Maths relatively difficult.

  • Chemistry was a balanced section with questions covering chapter of 11th & 12th class equally. In Inorganic Chemistry questions were directly from NCERT. In Physical Chemistry questions covered chapters of Electrochemistry, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure. Thermodynamics (Kinetic Theory Gases). In Organic Chemistry, questions mostly asked from Amines, Polymers, Biomolecules, Oxygen containing Compounds, some named reactions were also asked.

  • Physics. Had more than one question from chapters like Rotational Motion- 3 questions, Thermodynamics-2 questions, Modern Physics-2 questions, Capacitors-2 questions, LC Circuits, Kinematics, Gravitation, Optics, Current Electricity. Overall, this section was moderate compared to the other two subjects as per students.

  • Mathematics, was tricky & difficult as per students. There were 2 questions from 3D Geometry. Some tricky questions from Functions, Matrices, Ellipse, Vectors, Probability, Harmonic Progressions, Trigonometric Equations. Some good questions were asked from chapters of Probability, Complex Numbers,3-D Geometry, Conic Sections. Students felt this section was the Toughest.

  • No mistakes reported till now as complete paper is yet to be analysed.

  • Total no. of questions in Paper-1 were 54 .

  • Total Marks of Paper-1 was 180 which is same as last year.

  • As the Test was Computer Based students had the option to Clear Response to change any option, they could mark it for Review, Save and next to proceed further.

  • Scribble Pads were given to students during the exam for rough work and were taken back after the Exam.

Previous Year JEE Advanced Exam Analysis

JEE Advanced Analysis 2021 for Paper 1

Students who appeared for the JEE Advanced 2021 Paper-1 can check the detailed analysis of today's JEE Main paper below:

  • Total Marks for Paper-1: 180
  • Overall Question Paper Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Mathematics Section Difficulty Level
    • Moderate, Tricky and Lengthy
    • Chapters with higher weightage were Calculus, Coordinate Geometry
  • Physics Section Difficulty Level
    • Easier than last Year
    • More questions from Class 12 the board syllabus.
    • Chapters with higher weightage were Electrostatics & Magnetism
  • Chemistry Section Difficulty Level
    • Easy to moderate
    • Chapters with higher weightage were Reaction Mechanism and Coordination Compound

JEE Advanced Analysis 2021 for Paper 2

Students who appeared for the JEE Advanced 2021 Paper-2 can check the detailed analysis of today's JEE Main paper below:

  • Total Marks for Paper-2: 180
  • Overall Question Paper Difficulty Level: Difficulty to Moderate
  • Mathematics Section Difficulty Level
    • Lengthy and Tricky. 
    • Chapters with higher weightage were Calculus Integration, Probability.
  • Physics Section Difficulty Level
    • Moderate Difficulty 
    • Well balanced paper
    • Chapters with higher weightage were Electrostatics.
  • Chemistry Section Difficulty Level
    • Moderate Difficulty
    • As compared to Paper-1, the section was tougher
    • Chapters with higher weightage were from Organic and Physical Chemistry

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IIT Jammu BTech cutoff 2024 has been released across multiple specialisations. Based on the Round 1 seat allotment, the BTech cutoff scores ranged between 5555 and, 14948 for the General AII India category students. Among all the BTech specialisations, BTech in CSE is the most competitive specialisa

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Yatendra Kumar

Contributor-Level 6

Answered 3 days ago

IIT Dharwad BTech cutoff 2024 has been released across multiple specialisations. Based on the Round 1 seat allotment, the BTech cutoff scores ranged between 5577 and, 15739 for the General AII India category students. Among all the BTech specialisations, BTech in CSE is the most competitive speciali

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Yatendra Kumar

Contributor-Level 6

Answered 3 days ago

IIT Dhanbad BTech cutoff 2024 has been released across multiple specialisations. Based on the Round 1 seat allotment, the BTech cutoff scores ranged between 3594 and, 14417 for the General AII India category students. Among all the BTech specialisations, CSE is the most competitive specialisation. S

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Yatendra Kumar

Contributor-Level 6

Answered 3 days ago

IIT Kharagpur BTech cutoff 2024 has been released across multiple specialisations. Based on the Round 1 seat allotment, the BTech cutoff scores ranged between 414 and, 19348 for the General AII India category students. Among all the BTech specialisations, B.Tech. (Hons.) in Computer Science and Engi

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Yatendra Kumar

Contributor-Level 6

Answered 6 days ago

IIT Tirupati cutoff 2024 for BTech courses has not been released yet. Canddiates can refer to the last year cutoff stats. The JEE Advanced cut off has been discussed below: 

Course20222023
B.Tech. in Civil Engineering1517616658
B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering40113701
B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering86008826
B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering1218712150
B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering1429014593

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Jagriti Shukla

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 6 days ago

Visit the official website of JEE Advanced 2024, jeeadv.ac.in. On the home page look for the result link. Enter roll number/application number, date of birth in DD/MM/YYYY format, and the 10-digit phone number used while registering for JEE (Advanced), and click on the 'Submit' button. JEE Advanced

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Mamona Majumder

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 6 days ago

The courses offered via JEE Advanced scores in the IITs are:

  • BTech
  • BS
  • BArch
  • BTech and MTech dual degree
  • BS and MS dual degree
  • Integrated MTech
  • Integrated MSc

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Mamona Majumder

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 6 days ago

Candidates can check the following details in the JEE Advanced 2024 scorecard:

  • JEE Advanced 2024 Roll Number
  • Candidate's Name
  • Qualifying Status
  • All India Rank secured by a candidate in the exam
  • Category-wise All India Rank (AIR) of the candidate (If applicable)
  • Physics score in paper 1 and paper 2
  • Physics

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Mamona Majumder

Contributor-Level 10

56 Institutes accepting JEE Advanced

B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering
  • 4.6

    Placements

    4.8

    Infrastructure

    4.5

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

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    4.6

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  • Total Fees: ₹ 8.00 Lakh
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  • 4 years
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B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering
  • 4.5

    Placements

    4.7

    Infrastructure

    4.5

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.5

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.4

    Value for Money

    4.6

    Learning Experience

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  • Total Fees: ₹ 8.00 Lakh
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  • 4 years
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B.Tech. in Aerospace Engineering
  • 4.5

    Placements

    4.0

    Infrastructure

    4.5

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.5

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.4

    Value for Money

    5.0

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

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  • Total Fees: ₹ 8.00 Lakh
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  • 4 years
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  • Full Time
B.Tech. (Hons.) in Agricultural and Food Engineering
  • 4.5

    Placements

    4.6

    Infrastructure

    4.5

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.1

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.7

    Value for Money

    4.4

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

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    (20)
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 8.00 Lakh
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  • 4 years
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