Anu Parthiban|Dec 2, 2023
JEE Advanced 2023 Shift 1 Analysis: Physics easy, maths difficult; check students reaction
The JEE Advanced 2023 exam in the morning shift had easy physics, difficult maths and moderate chemistry papers.
NEW DELHI: The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2023 exam is getting conducted today, June 4 as a Computer Based Test (CBT). JEE Advanced 2023 has two papers, namely Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 was held from 9 am to 12 noon and second Paper 2 is getting conducted now from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Students found the Shift 1 paper overall level moderate to difficult but not easy. JEE Advanced 2023 Exam Live
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The total marks of JEE Advanced Paper 1 was 180 and the duration to complete the paper was three hours. The paper had 51 questions with 17 questions in each subject. There were a total of three parts- physics, chemistry and mathematics. The maximum mark for each part was 60. In each part, there were four sections.
"Some students have found physics easy, chemistry moderate but mathematics relatively difficult", stated Ramesh Batlish Head, FIITJEE Noida.
JEE Advanced Paper 1 Analysis
As per Ramesh Batlish Head, FIITJEE Noida the JEE Advanced 2023 shift 1 paper analysis is as follows-
- Chemistry was not balanced.
- Inorganic chemistry had a few questions which were directly from NCERT.
- In physical chemistry, questions covered chapters on chemical kinetics, ionic and chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, atomic structure and thermodynamics (with more than one question).
- In organic chemistry, questions mostly asked about amines, polymers, biomolecules, oxygen-containing compounds, and some named reactions were also asked.
- Mixed concepts questions were asked.
- This section was reported moderate as per students.
- More weightage is given to organic chemistry.
- More weightage was given to chapters like kinematics, thermodynamics, modern physics, capacitors, current electricity, kinematics, gravitation, optics and electrostatics.
- Overall, physics was easy as compared to the other two subjects as per students.
- It was a balanced section.
- Maths was tricky and difficult.
- There were tricky and lengthy questions from vectors and 3D geometry.
- There were questions from functions, matrices, ellipse, statistics and probability.
- Some good questions were asked from chapters on probability, complex numbers, 3-D geometry and parabola.
- Students found this section the most difficult.
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