JEE Advanced Solutions

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is one of the most eminent entrance examinations to secure admission into various prestigious engineering institutes in India. Students from all over India try their level best to crack this examination but it seems to be a tough nut to crack. In order to crack this examination successfully, one needs to score more than the cutoff marks of this examination. Upon successful completion of JEE Advanced only, a student will be called for counselling to get admission in IITs/ISM Dhanbad.

The JEE Advanced 2017 is to be conducted by IIT Madras under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB) 2017. Qualifying JEE Advanced allows aspirants to secure a place in IITs/ISM Dhanbad. This examination comprises of two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Each paper is of 3 hours duration. Both the papers are mandatory for the candidates. JEE Main serves as the qualifying exam for JEE Advanced.

For a well-rounded preparation of the exam, one needs to know the best books for in the market and they should also practice the previous year papers. As practising previous year papers provide a quick insight of the paper. Practising the questions from previous year papers will make you understand the pattern of paper in a more vigilant manner. Therefore, solving previous year question papers and sample papers is an important part of the preparation for competitive exams like JEE Main and JEE Advanced.

JEE Advanced 2016

IIT Guwahati conducted the JEE Advanced 2016 (Joint Entrance Examination) on May 22, 2016. Approx 2,20,000 lakh candidates appeared for JEE Advanced 2016. Like every year, JEE Advanced 2016 was challenging which required students to work explicitly on reasoning abilities with time management. Our experts at Byju’s have made a detailed analysis of JEE Advanced 2016.

JEE Advanced 2016 Analysis

The question paper was balanced and was based on CBSE syllabus of Class XI and XII. Many of the questions were conceptual which needed analytical skills to solve.

  • Physics section had a blend of easy, medium and difficult level questions. This section was conceptual and tight. Some of the questions involved lengthy calculations.

Students should prepare well Electromagnetism, Kinematics, Modern Physics and Optics for JEE Advanced 2017. Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma would be a good textbook for these topics.

  • Chemistry was relatively easier in comparison with Physics and Mathematics. This section had more medium level questions. Few questions were tricky, but students who were strong with fundamentals could easily solve the questions in Chemistry section. The majority of the questions from organic chemistry were conceptual and required a detailed knowledge of named reactions.

JEE Advance 2017 is expected to have questions on the similar pattern. Candidates should pay special attention to the named reactions in organic chemistry, mole concept and titrations. For inorganic chemistry, a thorough study of NCERT textbooks would be sufficient.

  • Regarding difficulty, Mathematics and Physics were necks to neck. Mathematics section was complicated and bit lengthy rather than difficult. So, candidates who knew the shortcuts for various problems would have worked well. There were no ambiguous questions. Questions from coordinate geometry, vectors and 3-D geometry were relatively simple compared to questions from probability and integral calculus.

Students can expect medium to moderately difficult questions in JEE Advanced 2017 in the mathematics section. Proper practice and coverage of the syllabus are important. Algebra is generally on the difficult side, practising problems from the book Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight would help a lot. Calculus and Coordinate too require regular practice as questions from these topics are frequently asked.

Our experts have come up with the answer keys and solutions with various shortcuts and detailed explanation for JEE Advanced 2016 paper. The JEE Advanced 2017 aspirants can check the solution with our JEE Main 2016 Solution provided on our website.

IIT aspirants who are preparing for JEE Main and JEE Advanced 2017 are advised to solve sample papers by creating actual examination conditions. By solving sample papers, you will gain confidence and will be prepared to face the actual exam without any fear.

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