JEE Advanced 2023

Check out the expert's analysis of the JEE Advanced 2023 paper below.

 

JEE Advanced 2023
JEE Advanced 2023



 JEE Advanced 2023 Paper Analysis by Expert: First Session

The first session of the JEE Advanced 2023, organized by IIT Guwahati for admission to the 23 IITs, took place on June 4th, 2023. This exam consists of two compulsory papers: Paper-1 and Paper-2. The second session (Paper-2) will be held from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

Morning Session Analysis: Paper-1 (9:00 am - 12:00 noon)

Total marks for Paper-1: 180

Paper-1 consisted of 51 questions, with 17 questions in each subject (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics).

Each part (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) carried a maximum of 60 marks.

Paper-1 had four sections in each part:

Sec-I (Maximum marks: 12)

Sec-II (Maximum marks: 12)

Sec-III (Maximum marks: 24)

Sec-IV (Maximum marks: 12)

Sec-I had three questions with four options, where ONE OR MORE THAN ONE option(s) could be correct.

 Marking scheme for this section:

Full marks: +4 for choosing only the correct options

Partial Marks: +3 for selecting all four options, but only three correct options

Partial Marks: +2 for choosing two correct options from three or more options

Partial Marks: +1 for selecting one correct option from two or more options

Zero Marks: 0 if none of the options are chosen

Negative Marks: -2 for all other cases

Sec-II had four questions with four options, where only ONE option was correct.

Marking scheme for this section:

Full marks: +3 for choosing the correct option

Zero Marks: 0 if none of the options are chosen

Negative Marks: -1 for all other cases

Sec-III had six numerical-based questions (Non-Negative Integer Type). Marking scheme for this section:

Full marks: +4 for the correct answer

Zero Marks: 0 for all other cases

Sec-IV had four questions of match list type. Each question required matching List-I with List-II. List-I had 4 questions to be matched with List-II, which had 5 options. One or more than one options could be correct.

Marking scheme for this section:

Full marks: +3 if all options are correct

Zero Marks: 0 if none of the options are chosen

Negative Marks: -1 for all other cases

Immediate student reactions to Paper-1:

Students found the overall level of the paper to be moderate to difficult, but not easy.

Some students reported that Physics was easy, Chemistry was moderate, but Mathematics was relatively difficult.

Chemistry was not well-balanced according to the students. Inorganic Chemistry had a few questions directly from NCERT. Physical Chemistry covered chapters on Chemical Kinetics, Ionic & Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Atomic Structure, and Thermodynamics (with multiple questions). Organic Chemistry mainly focused on Amines, Polymers, Biomolecules, Oxygen-containing Compounds, and included some named reactions. Mixed concepts questions were asked. This section was reported as moderate by students, with more weightage given to Organic Chemistry.

Physics had more weightage given to chapters like Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics, Capacitors, Current Electricity, Kinematics, Gravitation, Optics, and Electrostatics. Overall, Physics was considered easy compared to the other two subjects, and students found it to be a balanced section.

Mathematics was perceived as tricky and difficult by students. It included tricky and lengthy questions from Vectors and 3D Geometry, as well as questions on Functions, Matrices, Ellipse, Statistics & Probability. Some challenging questions were asked from Probability, Complex Numbers, 3-D Geometry, and Parabola. Students felt that this section was the toughest.

No mistakes have been reported yet, as the complete paper is yet to be analyzed.

Ramesh Batlish, the author of this analysis, is the Managing Partner of FIITJEE Noida Centre. The views expressed here are personal

  

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