Analysis of JEE Main Paper 2016 By Different Institutes,Newspapers,Magazines etc

With JEE Main paper  over on 3rd April 2016 we need to analyse question paper to get an insight of difficulty level and topic wise distribution of question of JEE Main 2016.Here  we do Analysis to get the deep understanding of the JEE Main Paper 2016.We are providing you with analysis from some of the premier institutes of the country including  the likes of top Magazines,Newspaper etc


 

 

 

Analysis and Expected Cut-Off for JEE Main 2016  PAPER BY PLANCESS:

JEE Main 2016 Paper Analysis by Plancess: Know How was the Paper

We know you are done with JEE Main 2016 and eagerly looking for JEE Main 2016 Paper Analysis. Not just you, there are students targeting the next year exam also wait for the analysis – the difficulty level of the paper,  the ratio of easy, moderate and difficult questions in the exam, common areas where students may have committed mistakes and others. Understanding this, Plancess has released the complete analysis of the paper

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ANALYSIS OF JEE MAIN 2016 PAPER BY RAO IIT:

 

The overall difficulty level of the paper was normal as compared to the last three years’ JEE Mains question papers. In this year’s JEE exam, we observed that there were 2 to 3 questions in the Physics section which could have more than two correct answers from the given options. We haven’t observed any such errors in the other two sections.

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Analysis and Expected Cut-Off for JEE Main 2016 Paper by Resonance:

On 3-April-2016, JEE (Main) 2016 was conducted for students opting to take this exam by offline mode. This is the fourth edition of this Exam after wide ranging changes were introduced in year 2013 by CBSE and Ministry of HRD. Around 12 Lakh students are slated to appear for this exam in offline and online modes.

JEE (Main) 2016 was conducted in two parts (Paper 1 and Paper 2). Paper 1 was conducted from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and Paper 2 for B. Arch. Aspirants was conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Paper 1 was for students applying for engineering seats in engineering colleges, while paper 2 was for students applying for B. Arch degrees

The analysis below pertains to only Paper 1, which was for engineering aspirants.

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Analysis of JEE Main 2016 Paper by Hindustan Times:

Around 12 lakh students took the JEE Main 2016 examination on Sunday in over 2000 centres in 129 cities in India and abroad.

 Aspirants had the choice of appearing in any one of the two types of papers or both. Paper I was for BE/BTech courses while Paper II was for BArch/BPlanning. Paper I was pen and paper based and on April 9 and 10, it will be online or computer based.

Paper I for BE/B Tech courses in 2016 was similar to the pattern in the past years – from 2011 to 2015. It had objective type questions with multiple choice with one out of four correct answers with equal weightage to physics, chemistry and mathematics.

There were 30 questions each in physics, chemistry and mathematics with four marks for a right answer and for each incorrect response, one-fourth of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted from the total score.

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ANALYSIS OF JEE MAIN 2016 PAPER By Indian Express

JEE Main 2016 examination has been conducted today at over 2000 centres across India and abroad. About 12 lakh students have appeared for Paper – 1  and Paper – 2 off-line mode. Aspirants had the choice to appear in any one of the two types of papers or both.

The Question Paper – I for B.E. / B.Tech courses in 2016 is similar to pattern of 2011 to 2015. Paper has objective type questions multiple choice with one out of four correct with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

There are 30 questions each in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with four marks for right answer and for each in-correct response, one-fourth of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted from the total score.

Paper is balanced and is set from CBSE syllabus of Class XI and XII, however as expected many of the questions is conceptual with some needing analytical skills. About 27 questions are easy, 48 questions are of moderate difficulty and 15 questions are of relatively higher difficulty.

 

 

Amardeep Tulla is currently pursuing B-Tech in Electronics and Communication.He is really motivated by Steve Jobs philosophy of creating great end to end products.The only thing that matters to him is Perfection.
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