JEE Advanced Previous Year Question Papers

JEE Advanced previous year question papers hold great significance for students who are currently preparing for the entrance exam. JEE Advanced 2019 is scheduled to be held on May 27th and IIT Roorkee is the institute in charge of conducting the exam. However, in the last few days leading up to the main exam candidates should go through the question papers to test their preparation level and practice solving questions. One of the top advantages of referring and solving these papers is that it will help students gain valuable insights about the types of questions, the pattern of the exam and more. We have put together a list of previous year questions along with their answer keys in the form of a pdf which are easily downloadable from this page.

The JEE Advanced past question papers available here are from the year 2016 to 2018 and students will also find all their answer keys and solutions. The question papers further cover all the three important sections of Maths, Chemistry and Physics.

JEE Advanced Question Paper For 2018

In 2018, the JEE Advanced question paper was kind of surprising for candidates where paper 1 was on a moderate difficulty level. However, paper 2 as per the feedback from the candidates was comparatively difficult. In paper 1, the maths section was easy while the physics section was considered moderate. Unexpectedly, chemistry featured some difficult questions. Likewise, in paper 2, the maths section had some tricky questions while physics had lengthy questions. Like paper 1, the chemistry section in paper 2 was said to be the most difficult one. Get a detailed analysis of JEE Advanced 2018 question paper by clicking on the given link.

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JEE Advanced Question Paper For 2017

JEE Advanced question paper for 2017 was significantly easier compared to the previous year papers. As per recorded feedbacks Chemistry was yet again a hurdle for many candidates with difficult questions whereas solving math questions were moderately easy and the physics section comprised of questions that could fetch high scores for the candidates. To know more about JEE Advanced 2017 Question Paper analysis visit the given link.

Students can download the question papers from the table given below.

 

JEE Advanced Question Paper For 2016

The question paper that was set for 2016 JEE Advanced comprised of a mixed set of questions in terms of difficulty. Looking at paper 1, the overall difficulty was on a moderate level. The maths section had some lengthy questions while the physics section featured tricky questions. The chemistry section, in general, was comparatively easy that the other two sections. Paper 2 was slightly difficult. The maths and physics section was longer than paper 1 but on a moderate level. The chemistry section in paper 2 was the most difficult section.

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Benefits Of Solving JEE Advanced Question Papers

Below we will look at some of the benefits of solving the question papers of JEE Advanced.

  • Candidates will get a clear idea about the real exam.
  • Know the important topics to focus on.
  • Develop better time management ability.
  • Practice and learn effectively.
  • Develop better problem-solving skills.
  • Identify one’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Test their preparation level.
  • Be well prepared to tackle any type of question that could be asked in the final exam.

Important Things To Know About JEE Advanced

Below students can read about some of the important things that are essential in order to prepare effectively and succeed in the JEE Advanced exams.

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Practise This Question

A circular hoop of mass m and radius R rests flat on a horizontal frictionless surface. A bullet, also of mass m and moving with a velocity v, strikes the hoop and gets embedded in it. The thickness of the hoop is much smaller than R. The angular velocity with which the system rotates after the bullet strikes the hoop is: