CBSE conducted JEE Main 2018 on Sunday and the answer keys are expected to release by April 24. This year, nearly 10.43 lakh aspirants in 112 cities in India and abroad appeared for the exam. Every year, both offline and online exams are conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in 104 cities across 1,613 centers across the country and in eight centers in as many countries abroad.
Subject wise Analysis: The paper was moderate and based on NCERT.
JEE Mains analysis of Physics section: Moderate to difficult
- Questions in Physics section had a mix of theory and was oriented towards calculations.
- The section wasn’t long and consisted of 30 questions – 17 from Class 12 syllabus and 13 from Class 11 syllabus.
- There were 20 moderate-level, six easy and four difficult questions. However, it can be safely said that Physics was the toughest section among the three.
JEE Mains analysis of Chemistry section: Lengthy and moderate
- The difficulty level of this section was moderate but lengthy.
- this section had a mix of theory and calculation-based questions.
- Organic chemistry was found more difficult, physical chemistry was more numerical based, whereas, inorganic chemistry was easy.
- Out of the total 30 questions, 14 were from Class 12 syllabus and 16 from Class 11.
- Overall, the section had three difficult, 17 moderate, and 10 easy questions.
JEE Mains analysis of Mathematics section: Easy
- Easiest of the three sections, the paper had calculative questions.
- Out of 30, 10 questions were from the Class 12 syllabus and 20 questions from Class 11 syllabus.
- This section had 3 difficult, 14 moderate and 13 easy questions.
The cut-off for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2018 is expected to be between 95 to 105 this year, according to experts. The exam, which was held on April 8, was considered to be moderate, with difficulty level similar to the last two years.
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