JEE Advanced 2024: Question Paper and Analysis by ALLEN Experts

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JEE Advanced 2024 Question Paper and Analysis: The JEE Advanced Exam 2024 finally concluded on 26 May 2024 (Sunday) at various centres under the 7 IIT Zones. The exam was concluded in two shifts: 9 AM to 12 Noon (Paper I) and 2 PM to 5 PM (Paper II). Both papers were worth 180 marks each, which means that the entire paper was worth 360 marks.

As per the schedule shared by the IIT Madras, the JEE Advanced Provisional Answer Key will be displayed on the official website on 2 June 2024. This provisional answer key and response sheet will help the students calculate their scores and get an estimated idea.

In this blog, we have meticulously covered all the important details, from difficulty level to syllabus breakdown, marks vs. percentile to paper solution, and other information that will help the students calculate their marks and get an idea about their rank.

JEE Advanced 2024 Question Paper & Answer Key:

We understand you are eagerly awaiting the official answer key to the JEE Advanced 2024 to calculate your scores and chances of getting into your dream engineering college. To help you with this, experts from ALLEN Overseas prepared a highly accurate JEE Advanced 2024: Question Paper, Analysis and Solutions.

The ALLEN JEE Advanced 2024 answer key with paper solutions will help you calculate and estimate your JEE Advanced 2024 scores.

JEE Advanced 2024 Question paper and solution

JEE Advanced Marks VS Rank:

Many students get stuck in the dilemma of marks and rank. To help students, we are sharing the last ten years’ summary below in the table, which will help you understand how many marks you will score and which rank.

Rank Average % (2010-2016) Average % (2017-2023)
1 91.03 91.48
100 84.35 74.55
500 64.84 64.24
1000 60.24 59.12
3000 51.00 49.39
5000 45.93 44.18
7000 42.67 40.73
10000 39.42 36.97
Qualify 33.42 27.44

JEE Advanced 2024 Paper Analysis:

According to the students’ feedback, the difficulty levels for Paper I and Paper II were the same; that is, both papers were difficult. However, some students faced more difficulty solving Paper I. Let’s find out the difficulty level of the papers according to ALLEN Overseas Experts.

Subject Difficulty Level
Paper I Paper II
Physics Moderate to Difficult Difficult
Chemistry Easy to Moderate Easy to Moderate
Mathematics Moderate to Difficult Moderate to Difficult

Physics Paper Analysis:

Paper I and Paper II of Physics were moderate to difficult in the difficulty level. Questions from each unit were asked in both papers. Overall, the Physics section was well structured, containing a mix of hard and easy questions.

Paper I:

Of the 100%, 53% of questions were asked from Class XI Physics and 47% from Class XII. 64% of the question papers were moderately difficult, while around 17% (each) of the Physics section was considered easy and difficult.

Topics Class Easy Medium Difficult Total
Electromagnetism XII 0 4 0 4
Modern Physics XII 0 0 1 1
Optics XII 0 2 1 3
Mechanics XI 1 3 1 5
Heat & Thermodynamics XI 1 1 0 2
Oscillation & Waves XI 1 1 0 2
Total 3 11 3 17
Paper II:

Of the 100%, 41% of questions were asked from Class XI Physics and 59% from Class XII. 47% of the question papers were difficult, while around 41% of the Physics section was considered of moderate level and 11% questions were easy.

Topics Class Easy Medium Difficult Total
Electromagnetism XII 1 4 1 6
Modern Physics XII 0 1 0 1
Optics XII 0 0 3 3
Mechanics XI 1 2 2 5
Heat & Thermodynamics XI 0 0 0 0
Oscillation & Waves XI 0 0 2 2
Total 3 11 3 17

Chemistry Paper Analysis:

Papers I and II of Chemistry were easy to moderate in difficulty. Questions from Organic Chemistry have a higher weightage than the other two. Overall, the Physics section was well structured scoring.

Paper I:

Of the 100%, 76% of questions were asked from Class XI Chemistry and 24% from Class XII. 59% of the question papers were moderately difficult, while around 29% were difficult and 12% were easy.

Topics Easy Medium Difficult Total
Organic Chemistry 0 1 5 6
Inorganic Chemistry 2 4 0 6
Physical Chemistry 0 5 0 5
Total 2 10 5 17
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Paper II:

In JEE Advanced Chemistry Paper II, 76% of questions were asked from Class XII Chemistry and 24% from Class XI. 70% of the question papers were moderately difficult, while around 18% were difficult and 12% were easy.

Topics Easy Medium Difficult Total
Organic Chemistry 0 5 1 6
Inorganic Chemistry 1 2 0 3
Physical Chemistry 0 5 0 5
Total 1 5 2 8

Mathematics Paper Analysis:

Papers I and II of Mathematics were easy to moderate in difficulty. Questions from Organic Chemistry have a higher weightage than the other two. Overall, the Physics section had well-structured scoring.

Paper I:

In mathematics Paper I, 53% of the questions were asked by Class XII Mathematics and 47% by Class XI. 71% of the question papers were moderately difficult, while around 29% were a mix of easy and difficult level.

Topics Class Easy Medium Difficult Total
 Calculus XII 0 1 1 2
Algebra XII 0 1 1 2
Probability XII 0 1 1 2
3-D XII 0 1 1 2
Vectors XII 0 1 0 2
Trigonometry XI 0 1 0 1
Algebra XI 0 5 0 5
Coordinate Geometry XI 0 1 1 2
Probability XI 0 0 0 0
Total 0 12 5 17
Paper II:

In JEE Advanced Mathematics Paper II, 71% of questions were from Class XII Mathematics and 29% from Class XI. 70% of the question papers were moderately difficult, while around 24% were of difficult level, and 6% were easy.

Topics Class Easy Medium Difficult Total
 Calculus XII 0 1 1 2
Algebra XII 0 1 1 2
Probability XII 0 1 1 2
3-D XII 0 1 1 2
Vectors XII 0 1 0 2
Trigonometry XI 0 1 0 1
Algebra XI 0 5 0 5
Coordinate Geometry XI 0 1 1 2
Probability XI 0 0 0 0
Total 1 12 4 17

JEE Advanced 2024 Overall Analysis (Paper I & Paper II):

ALLEN Overseas experts have prepared a detailed JEE Advanced Paper I & II analysis to help students understand the difficulty level and syllabus covered from classes XI & XII.

Paper Difficulty Level (in %) Syllabus Covered (in %)
Easy Moderate Difficult XII XI
Paper I 9.8 64.7 25.5 68.6 31.4
Paper II 9.8 60.8 29.4 68.6 31.4

Note: The ALLEN Experts prepare the above paper analysis Experts.

JEE Advanced 2024 Paper Pattern:

Paper I:

The JEE Advanced Paper I was worth 180 marks. It had 51 questions, each divided into 17 questions, covering the three subjects of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The detailed paper pattern is mentioned below.

Section Type of Questions No of Questions Marks Negative Marking Total Marks
I Only one correct 4 3 -1 12
II One or more than one correct 3 4 -2 12
III Non-negative integer 6 4 0 24
IV Matching list sets 4 3 -1 12
Total Questions: 17 Total Marks: 60

Paper II:

The JEE Advanced Paper II was also worth 180 marks and a total of 51 questions, each divided into 17 questions, covering the three subjects of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The detailed paper pattern is mentioned below.

Section Type of Questions No of Questions Marks Negative Marking Total Marks
I Only one correct 4 3 -1 12
II One or more than one correct 3 4 -2 12
III Non-negative integer 6 4 0 24
IV Paragraph Based (2) 4 3 0 12
Total Questions: 17 Total Marks: 60

Seat Matrix: IITs (Indian Institute of Technology)

Every JEE Advanced exam student aspires to study at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). There are a total of 23 IITs offering engineering courses in various branches. To help students understand the seat matrix, we provide the total seats available at each IIT.

S.No Institute Name Total Seats
1 IIT Kharagpur 1860
2 IIT (BHU) Varanasi 1589
3 IIT Bombay 1356
4 IIT Roorkee 1353
5 IIT Kanpur 1210
6 IIT Delhi 1209
7 IIT Madras 1134
8 IIT Dhanbad (ISM) 1125
9 IIT Guwahati 952
10 IIT Patna 733
11 IIT Hyderabad 595
12 IIT Jodhpur 550
13 IIT Mandi 520
14 IIT Indore 480
15 IIT Bhubaneswar 476
16 IIT Ropar 430
17 IIT Gandhinagar 370
18 IIT Dharwad 310
19 IIT Jammu 280
20 IIT Bhilai 243
21 IIT Tirupati 244
22 IIT Palakkad 200
23 IIT Goa 157

This concludes the JEE Advanced 2024: Question Paper and Analysis. We hope the details we have covered will help you get into your dream college.

We wish you good luck for your future endeavours!

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