JEE Main 2015 Paper 1 Physics Exam Analysis

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The first slot of biggest engineering entrance examination, JEE Main 2015, was written today, on 4 April 2015. The paper was held in offline mode, in 150 cities, across the nations. The aspirants were given 3 hours to solve three sections of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Overall questions in the exam were 90, and the paper was for 360 marks. According to the candidates who gave the examination, the most difficult section was of Physics. Our team of expert has analyzed the entire section thoroughly and below we have shared the data with our readers.

JEE Main 2015 Paper 1 Physics Exam Analysis

The analysis of the Physics section, is as presented below:

  1. The section had 30 questions.
  2. Each question was of 4 marks. Hence, the overall marks of the exams were 120.
  3. The questions were presented in such manner that, almost, all the topics in the syllabus were covered. Only topics, such as Communication Systems and Electronic Devices etc were left out.
  4. From class XI syllabus there were 13 questions. Whereas, from class XII there were 17 questions in the examination.
  5. The difficulty level was comparatively high. The distribution of questions, as per the level of difficulty is as below:
  • Number of Easy Questions: 6
  • Number of Moderate Questions: 11
  • Number of Difficult Questions: 8
  • Number of Very Difficult Questions: 5

Distribution of question, according to each topic is as given in the table below:

Table Stating JEE Main 2015 Paper 1 Physics Exam Analysis

Topics

No. of Questions Covered

Marks Allocate to the Topics

Units and Measurement

0

0

Kinematics

1

4

Laws of Motion

1

4

Work, Power and energy

2

8

Rotational Motion

1

4

Gravitation

1

4

Properties of Solids and Liquids

2

8

Thermodynamics

1

4

Kinetic Theory of Gases

1

4

Oscillations and Waves

3

12

Electrostatics

3

12

Current Electricity

1

4

Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism

2

8

Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

3

12

Electromagnetic Waves

3

12

Optics

2

8

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

1

4

Atoms and Nuclei

2

8

Electronic Devices

0

0

Communication Systems

0

0

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