JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper

JEE Advanced 2018 question papers for both paper 1 and paper 2 are available here. Along with the question papers, we have provided solutions and answer keys that will help students check and know what the correct answer is. However, we advise students to first try and solve the question paper on their own and later check the results. This will help them practice more effectively.

is an important exam as successful candidates will be eligible to get admissions into some of the top IIITs, NITs, and other GFTIs in the country.

JEE Advanced Question Paper 2018

Students can download the question papers and solutions from the links provided in the given table.

Students who practice using the JEE Advanced 2018 papers will be able to prepare effectively and at the same boost their confidence level. The will also be able to develop better time management skills and seemingly get familiar with the exam pattern as well as important concepts, marking scheme and more. Therefore, students are recommended to download the PDFs and start practising them before the final JEE Advanced exam.

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JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2018

In addition to the question paper, it is also important for candidates to understand and know the JEE Advanced exam pattern. For 2018, there were not many changes in the pattern and was almost similar to that of the last year. Let us look at the pattern below.

JEE Advanced Exam Pattern For Paper 1

Specifications JEE Advanced Question Paper Pattern 2018
Exam Mode Computer Based Online Test
Exam Duration 3 hours
Subjects Physics, Chemistry and Math (3 Sections)
Number of Questions 54
Total Marks 180 Marks
Question Type MCQs, Numerical Problems and Comprehension
For correct Answers +4 marks for all correct options, +1 for each correct answer, +3 in numerical and comprehension type questions.
For incorrect Answers -2 in MCQs, -1 mark in comprehension type questions

JEE Advanced Exam Pattern For Paper 2

Specifications JEE Advanced Question Paper Pattern 2018
Exam Mode Computer Based Online Test
Exam Duration 3 hours
Subjects Physics, Chemistry and Math (3 Sections)
Number of Questions 54
Total Marks 180 Marks
Question Type MCQs, Numerical Problems and Comprehension
For correct Answers +4 marks for all correct options, +1 for each correct answer, +3 in numerical and comprehension type questions.
For incorrect Answers -2 in MCQs, -1 mark in comprehension type questions

JEE Advanced Exam Architecture

Specifications JEE Advanced Question Paper Pattern 2018
Exam Mode Offline Test
Exam Duration 3 hours
Sections Mathematics, Aptitude Test & Drawing Test
Number of Questions 54
Total Marks 180 Marks
Question Type Objective Type
Math Question 30 questions / 120 marks
Aptitude Question 50 questions / 200 marks
Drawing Question 2 questions / 70 marks

JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper Analysis

JEE Advanced 2018 was conducted successfully on May 20th, 2018 and many had similar things to say about the question paper. One common statement was that the papers were difficult compared to last year. Mathematics and physics were moderately easy while chemistry seemed to be difficult for many.

In addition to this, some of our subject experts have also reviewed and provided in-depth analysis of the JEE Advanced 2018 Question papers. Let us understand what was the nature of the question paper, its difficulty level, and other details.

JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper 1

The overall difficulty of JEE Advanced 2018 Question paper 1 was moderate. Surprisingly the maths section was easy while chemistry consisted of difficult questions. The physics section was on the moderate side.

JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper 2

Many candidates were of the opinion that paper 2 was more difficult compared to paper 1. Here the maths section was a little tricky, physics was lengthy but easier while chemistry again was the most difficult.

Well, will look at the subject wise question below.

JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper Subject Wise Analysis

JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper Physics Section

In paper 1, the difficulty of physics was on a moderate level. The paper consisted of 11 easy questions while 5 were of a moderate level and 2 were highly difficult. In paper 2, seven MCQs with a single correct answer was asked. However, the total weightage for the section was 21 marks where 9 questions each were asked from the 11th and 12th standard syllabus.

JEE Advanced 2018 Question Paper Maths Section

The questions given in the paper 1 mathematics section was on a moderate level but they were quite tricky and conceptual. 16 questions were asked from the 12th standard syllabus. In paper 2, the questions were more conceptual and some were formula based. There were 6 questions based on the 11th standard syllabus while 12 questions were asked from 12th standard.

JEE Advanced Question Paper 2018 Chemistry Section

Chemistry section in paper 1 was somehow difficult among all the sections. In terms of weightage, Physical and Organic chemistry were given more importance in comparison to Inorganic Chemistry. Some questions were asked outside of the NCERT books or syllabus. In paper 2, some of the questions asked in the chemistry section had -2 marking for wrong answers. 6 questions were asked from 11th standard and 12 questions were asked from 12th standard.

JEE Advanced 2018 Paper Physics, Maths and Chemistry Chapterwise Questions

Below students will find the number of questions that were asked from the different chapters in the three sections and from the JEE syllabus.

Maths
Topics No of Questions Weightage of Marks
Integral Calculus 8 22.50%
Differential Calculus 5 14.17%
Coordinate Geometry 5 14.17%
Differential equation 5 15.00%
Vector 4 10.83%
Vector and 3D 4 10.83%
Definite integration 3 7.50%
Circle 3 8.33%
Trigonometry 3 8.33%
Complex Numbers 2 6.67%
Permutation & Combination 2 5.00%
Functions 2 5.00%
Complex Numbers 2 6.67%
Probability 2 5.00%
Matrix & Determinants 2 5.83%
Matrices & Determinants 2 5.83%
Algebra 1 2.50%
Binomial Theorem 1 2.50%
Hyperbola 1 2.50%
Ellipse 1 3.33%
Solution of Triangle 1 3.33%
Inverse Trigonometric function 1 2.50%
Trigonometric Ratio & identities 1 2.50%
Sequence & Series 1 2.50%
Fundamentals of Mathematics 1 2.50%
Limit, Continuity & Differentiability 1 2.50%
Application of Derivatives 1 3.33%
Methods of Differentiation 1 3.33%
Physics
Topics No of Questions Weightage of Marks
Mechanics 15 41.67%
Electrodynamics 8 22.50%
Heat & Thermodynamics 4 10.83%
SHM & Waves 3 8.33%
KTG & Thermodynamics 3 8.33%
Error in Measurement 3 7.50%
Electrostatics 3 8.33%
Rigid Body Dynamics 3 8.33%
Modern Physics 3 8.33%
Elasticity & Viscosity 2 5.83%
Unit & Dimension 2 5.00%
Electromagnetic Field 2 5.83%
Optics 2 5.83%
Geometrical Optics & Physical Optics 2 5.83%
Sound Waves 2 5.83%
Gravitation 1 2.50%
Surface Tension 1 3.33%
Work, Power & Energy 1 3.33%
Heat Transfer 1 2.50%
Circular Motion 1 3.33%
Mathematical Tool 1 2.50%
Current Electricity 1 2.50%
Nuclear Physics 1 3.33%
Photoelectric Effect 1 2.50%
Bohr Atomic Model 1 2.50%
Electromagnetic Induction 1 3.33%
Capacitance 1 2.50%
SHM 1 2.50%
Mathematical Tools 1 2.50%
Projectile Motion 1 2.50%
Chemistry
Topics No of Questions Weightage of Marks
Organic Chemistry-II 12 33.33%
Inorganic Chemistry-II 7 20.00%
Physical Chemistry-I 7 19.17%
Physical Chemistry-II 7 18.33%
Coordination Compounds 5 14.17%
Inorganic Chemistry-I 3 9.17%
Aromatic Compounds 3 9.17%
Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives 3 7.50%
Thermodynamics 3 9.17%
p-block 2 6.67%
Organic Reaction Mechanism 4 2 5.00%
Ionic Equilibrium 2 5.00%
Electrochemistry 2 5.00%
Chemical Kinetics 2 5.83%
Solution & Colligative Properties 2 5.00%
Chemical Bonding 1 2.50%
Metallurgy 1 2.50%
Qualitative Analysis 1 3.33%
Carbonyl compounds 1 2.50%
Gaseous State 1 2.50%
Equivalent Concept 1 2.50%
Biomolecules 1 3.33%
Organic Reaction Mechanism 3 1 3.33%
Solid State 1 2.50%
Stereoisomerism 1 2.50%

JEE Advanced 2018 Cutoffs

JEE (Advanced) 2018 Cut-off
Category Cut-off Marks % Reservation % Cutoff
General 126 50.50% 35.00%
ST 63 7.50% 17.50%
SC 63 15.00% 17.50%
OBC 113 27.00% 31.50%

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