Year 2014 is the second year of the JEE Advanced, which is conducted by the CBSE for the admission in the IITs. JEE Advanced-2014 used the same format of the JEE Advanced-2013. No modifications were being made in the policies and procedures that were adopted in JEE Advanced-2013. JEE Advanced-2014 was conducted on the May 25th.
JEE (Advanced)–2014 was conducted under seven zones. The zones were decided on the basis of the seven IITs (Kharagpur, Kanpur, Roorkee, Mumbai, Delhi, Madras and Guwahati). The following post is about the relative performance of the candidates in the JEE MAIN-2014 and JEE Advanced 2014 exam. The data clearly indicates that how much the performance of a candidate has been improved in JEE Advanced than in JEE MAIN.
The following graphs represent the marks scored by the candidates in different subjects. From the graphs, it is very obvious that in all the three subjects the maximum number of candidates are between the marks slab of 10 - 80. There are also students who score more than 110 marks (Total marks per subject was 120), but the number of such students is very less.
From the following graph of total marks obtained in the exam, it can clearly be inferred that the maximum number of candidates belong to the marks slab of 10 - 190. There are also students who score more than 350 marks (Total marks of the paper was 360), but the number of such students is very less.
Such type of graphical analysis helps a candidate in preparing his/her strategy for the exam. Moreover one can know that, how much marks should be obtained to clear the exam of JEE MAIN in a way that one can appear in the JEE Advanced as well.