JEE ADVANCED 2017
JEE Advanced 2017 or Joint Entrance Exam (Advanced) will be conducted by IIT Madras on 21st May 2017. The entrance test will be conducted from 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm. All candidates must appear for both the papers. Students who aspire to enrol in courses like B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc. integrated courses from top engineering colleges like IIT have to take this exam.
What makes JEE Advanced so important for Engineering aspirants?
JEE Advanced 2017 is the second state of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and provides admissions to eligible candidates into the B.Tech programmes offered by 23 Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). IIT or Indian Institute of Technology are prime institutes for engineering in India. These institutes are government operated and are most sought after by students for engineering in India. It is mandatory for any aspiring engineers to write and qualify this test. Candidates who were amongst the top 2,20,000 students in India in JEE (Main) 2017 are eligible to write this exam.
JEE ADVANCED 2017 ANSWER KEY
These answer keys are prepared by Avanti’s subject experts and will help the students to check their performance in JEE Advanced 2017. Students can check the detailed solutions from here as well. It is not only important for the students who wrote the test but also for the students who are aspiring for JEE Advanced in the coming years. These answer keys and solutions will help you to become better at problem-solving and understanding the concepts well.
JEE ADVANCED 2017 ANALYSIS
JEE Experts at Avanti have worked to create this JEE Advanced 2017 paper analysis. This analysis will help all the students who will be taking JEE Advanced in 2018 or 2019.
Highlights of the analysis
Pattern of the paper was similar to that of previous years’ except for a few differences such as:
- Matrix match type: Usually matrix match type of questions consist of two columns, but this year, it had three columns.
- Partial marking: There was no partial marking until last year(2016). Partial marks are awarded for getting just fewer options correct in a multiple answer type questions
- There is a bonus question in Paper 2 Maths section. None of the options match the correct answer.
- Paper 2 was tougher than Paper 1. Usually, the difficulty levels of both the papers are similar.
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