JEE Main 2017 Examination, which was most awaited engineering entrance exam for this year concluded on 9 April 2017 in both online and offline mode. According to the feedback received from aspirants the paper was easy as compared to the last year and this year cutoff for JEE Advanced 2017 may go up. Most students found the level of paper as average. The only thing they complained about the paper was that it was bit lengthy.
JEE Main 2017 section-wise analysis
The level of this paper was average. The examination included almost all chapters of Physics. According to experts 50% of JEE Main 2017 Physics paper was average and covered CBSE board syllabus as well. It is predicted that cut off can go bit high this time in this section.
This section was NCERT based and well balanced. Roughly 10 questions were from Organic, 10 from Inorganic, and 10 were from Physical. This section too was easy and cut off could go high this time.
Among all the three sections, this section was bit difficult. Around 10-12 questions were of NCERT level. 4-5 questions were difficult and remaining was average. This section was calculative but balanced.
JEE Main 2017 Examination was held in two modes – Online and Offline. There were buffer computers available at the examination centres to take care of the technical glitches during Online Examination. Instruction page were also displayed before the actual test begins. This time of reading of instructions was not the part of examination duration.
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