JEE Main Analysis 2017 by Plancess - The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main) was held in the pen and paper mode on April 2, 2017. The Paper I of JEE Main for BE/B.Tech was held from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and the paper 2 for B.Arch was conducted from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The overall JEE Main analysis 2017 by Plancess for Paper 1 has been released. The analysis of JEE Main Exam will provide the candidates, an idea about the level of difficulty, topics which were covered, topic-wise weightage, sectional and overall analysis and other information related to Paper I. Through the analysis of JEE Main 2017 by Plancess Institute, the candidates will be able to know how the JEE Main 2017 was conducted. On the basis of JEE Main Analysis 2017 by Plancess, they have also declared the expected cutoff of JEE Main. With the help of cutoff of JEE Main 2017 by Plancess, the candidates can check the minimum scores required to qualify the examination.
The JEE Main 2017 analysis by Plancess will also help candidates appearing for offline mode of JEE Main 2017 on April 08 & 09, 2017 to get a better understanding of the exam and enhance their preparation level. Interested candidates may read the article given below on this page to know the overall JEE Main analysis 2017 by Plancess. The Plancess has also released the answer key after the completion of the exam. The candidates qualifying JEE Main 2017 will seek admission in 31 NITs, 20 IITs and 18 GFTIs to fill around 25000 seats.
According to the experts of Plancess, the JEE Main 2017 Paper 1 was similar to the last couple of years, Maths was the simplest subject in JEE Main 2017, the winning point here was the time management. Since, the questions involved lot of calculations, the subject became lengthy and time-consuming.
When talking about Physics, the ratio of questions from class 11 and were almost equal. 16 questions were from class 12 and 14 questions were from class 11. The difficulty level of which can be classified as – simple-11, moderate-10 and difficult-9. The questions asked were very straight forward and did not include any complexity or different levels of calculations. The key in solving such question was proper practice of basic concepts and tricky approach to solve the numericals.
Lastly, from the Chemistry section, only 11 questions were covered whereas 19 questions came from class 12th. Chemistry was the most difficult to attempt in JEE Main 2017 but the twist here was that most of the questions were focused from NCERT basic syllabus and only theoretical knowledge was required to score well in this section. 12 questions in this section fall into the category of moderate difficulty level, 7 were difficult and 11 were relatively simple.
Candidates can check the question distribution of Paper 1 as prepared by plancess int he table given below:
Subject | Easy Questions | Moderate Questions | Hard Questions | Total | Difficulty Level* |
Physics | 11 | 10 | 9 | 30 | 4.8 |
Chemistry | 11 | 12 | 7 | 30 | 4.6 |
Mathematics | 12 | 11 | 7 | 30 | 4.5 |
The graphical representation of the subject wise difficulty level is provided below:
JEE Main 2017 Paper 1 Topic Wise Mark Distribution
As per the experts of Plancess, the most important deviation in Physics was that a significant amount of questions were asked from topics which usually don't carry as much weightage. For example, there were at least eight questions asked from Mechanics, which is slightly unusual. Also, there were not as many questions from Electrostatics which is also a huge chapter and usually has significant weightage.
Most of the questions in Mathematics were from Methods of Differentiation and Applications of Derivatives from class 12. 21 questions were from class 12 and 9 were from 11. Overall, 12 questions were very simple, 11 moderate and 7 fall into the category of difficult.
From Chemistry section, Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry from class 11 and Biomolecules and Polymers from class 12 were most covered topics.
Overall, 68 various topics from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics were covered. Paper was quite easy. Aspirants with sound knowledge of basic and theoretical concepts who have solved the paper calmly avoiding the silly mistakes are expected to have done wonders. Comparing the pattern of JEE Main in the last couple of years, tentatively, the experts of Plancess are assuming that for JEE Main 2018 aspirants, the difficulty level of Physics will be most and Maths shall be the simplest.
S.No. | Name of topic | Subject | Class | No. of questions |
1 | Calorimetry and Thermal Expansion | Physics | XI | 3 |
2 | Rotational Mechanics | Physics | XI | 2 |
3 | Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity | Physics | XI | 2 |
4 | Work, Energy and Power | Physics | XI | 2 |
5 | Gravitation | Physics | XI | 1 |
6 | Kinetic Theory of Gases and Thermodynamics | Physics | XI | 1 |
7 | Motion in a Straight Line | Physics | XI | 1 |
8 | Units, Dimensions and Errors | Physics | XI | 1 |
9 | Current Electricity | Physics | XII | 3 |
10 | Moving Charges and Magnetism | Physics | XII | 2 |
11 | Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity | Physics | XII | 2 |
12 | Semi-conductor and Communication System | Physics | XII | 2 |
13 | Wave Optics | Physics | XII | 2 |
14 | Atomic Structure | Physics | XII | 1 |
15 | Electric Charges, Forces and Fields | Physics | XII | 1 |
16 | Electric Potential and Capacitance | Physics | XII | 1 |
17 | Electromagnetic Induction | Physics | XII | 1 |
18 | Geometrical Optics | Physics | XII | 1 |
19 | Modern Physics | Physics | XII | 1 |
20 | Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | XI | 3 |
21 | Isomerism | Chemistry | XI | 2 |
22 | Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry | Chemistry | XI | 2 |
23 | Alkyl Halides and Aromatic Compounds | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
24 | Atomic Structure | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
25 | Chemical Bonding | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
26 | Chemistry in Everyday Life | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
27 | Ionic Equilibrium | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
28 | p-block Elements | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
29 | Periodic Table and Periodicity | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
30 | s-block Elements | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
31 | Stoichiometry and Redox Reactions | Chemistry | XI | 1 |
32 | Biomolecules and Polymers | Chemistry | XII | 2 |
33 | Aldehydes and Ketones | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
34 | Alkyl Halides and Aromatic Compounds | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
35 | Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
36 | Chemical Kinetics | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
37 | Co-ordination Compounds | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
38 | Electrochemistry | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
39 | p-block Elements | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
40 | Periodic Table and Periodicity | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
41 | Qualitative Analysis | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
42 | Solid State | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
43 | Solutions and Colligative Properties | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
44 | Surface Chemistry | Chemistry | XII | 1 |
45 | Basic Mathematics | Mathematics | XI | 2 |
46 | Quadratic Equations and Inequalities | Mathematics | XI | 2 |
47 | Binomial Theroem | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
48 | Complex Number | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
49 | Ellipse | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
50 | Hyperbola | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
51 | Parabola | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
52 | Probability | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
53 | Solutions of Triangle | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
54 | Straight Line | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
55 | Trigonometric Ratios, Identities and Equations | Mathematics | XI | 1 |
56 | Methods of Differentiation and Applications of Derivatives | Mathematics | XII | 3 |
57 | 3D Geometry | Mathematics | XII | 2 |
58 | Limits, Continuity and Differentiability | Mathematics | XII | 2 |
59 | Area Under the Curve and Linear Programming | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
60 | Basic Mathematics | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
61 | Definite Integration | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
62 | Differential Equations | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
63 | Indefinite Integration | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
64 | Inverse Trigonometric Functions | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
65 | Matrices | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
66 | Permutations and Combinations | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
67 | Straight Line | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
68 | Vectors | Mathematics | XII | 1 |
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Once the paper 1 gets over, the solutions to all the questions asked in the exam will be made available by Plancess. This will help the aspirants to use the questions attempted by them and estimate the probable JEE Main 2017 scores. The estimated scores will help the candidates to predict their rank in All India Merit List. Candidates can use a tool can use a tool known as JEE Main 2017 Rank Predictor to know their rank, colleges accepting their scores and their qualification status for JEE Advanced 2017.
Apart from the JEE Main analysis 2017, Plancess has also released the expected cutoff of JEE Main 2017 based on the JEE Main paper analysis. The cutoff has been released for different categories viz. General, OBC, SC and ST. Check the expected cutoff of JEE Main by Plancess in the table below:
S.No. | Category | JEE Main 2017 Expected Cutoff |
1. | General | 110 |
2. | OBC NCL | 72 |
3. | SC | 52 |
4. | ST | 46 |
Candidates who will secure at least the minimum JEE Main 2017 cutoff mark will qualify JEE Main for admission to the IIITs, NITs, GFTIs and other participating institutes. In addition, it will also be considered for shortlisting 2,20,000 candidates to appear for JEE Advanced 2017.
According to Mr. Anup Pandey, Vice President (Content), Plancess, the following are the salient features of the JEE Main 2016:
The Difficulty level of Paper: Overall, the difficulty level of the paper was moderate. As compared to JEE Main 2015, the overall difficulty level was more or less same, except there was a bit variance in the section-wise difficulty level. Chemistry section in the paper was the easiest one, however, the mathematics section was tougher than Physics section.
Distribution of questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Maths:
Sections | Distribution of the topics |
Physics | Maximum questions were asked from Mechanics. |
Chemistry | Questions were evenly distributed in this section. |
Mathematics | Algebra and Calculus were the topics from which maximum number of questions were asked, i.e. 10 and 9, followed by 5 questions from Co-ordinate Geometry, 3 from 3D Vector and 2 from Trigonometry. |
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