Similarly, chemistry was also moderate with eight easy, six moderate and four hard questions.
A total of 23 IITs will be using the JEE Advanced 2017 result, ranks for admission purposes, the institutes are located at Kharagpur, Bhubaneswar, Dhanbad, Kanpur, Bhilai, Varanasi, Indore, New Delhi, Jammu, Jodhpur, Guwahati, Patna, Roorkee, Mandi, Ropar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Palakkad, Tirupati, Mumbai, Dharwad, Gandhinagar and Goa. Both Papers (Paper 1 and Paper 2) of the examination are compulsory.
Further, students are expecting to score above 150 marks this year.
Paper 1 covered multiple answers correct type questions, integer type questions, as well as the newly introduced three-column matrix match. In this scheme, +4 marks will be awarded to fully correct answer; however +1 mark also will also be awarded to each correctly marked option, provided no wrong option is marked. They have continued the partial marking scheme in the section with one or more correct options type MCQ. There were table type questions, with only one correct answer that took extra time.
Total marks weightage of the exam was 183 and time allotted for the exam was 3 hours. It thoroughly covered all the expected hard portions in physics for JEE.
The paper was relatively easier than that of previous years. There were only 5 conceptual questions involving no calculation part. Even This paper was easier than Paper I. There was an equal weight-age has given to the class 11 and class 12. Also, from entire Mechanics part questions were asked mostly on rotational motion only. However, ambiguity in one question was observed, while a lot of them were found to be of an easy or moderate level.
Sashat Chahu, Mumbai, said, " Mathematics was hard.
Overall physics part in Paper 2 was slightly hard as compared to that in Paper 1.
The ORS will be graded and scrutinized by IIT Madras.
According to the reports, students who appeared for the JEE Advanced 2017 exam, found that the paper was of moderate level and students did not found any mistakes in the paper.
The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are institutions of national importance established through Acts of Parliament for fostering excellence in education. Through the entrance exam, IITs offer admission into UG courses - Bachelor's, Integrated Master's, Bachelor-Master Dal Degree in Engineering, Sciences, Architecture, and Pharmaceutics.