The JEE Advanced 2023 concludes today with the Paper-II examination. The exam was conducted from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Generally, the top 2.5 lakh candidates from the JEE Main are eligible for the Advanced, however, only 1.96 lakh students had registered for Advanced 2023. Out of these, around 44,000 candidates are female.
Earlier today, IIT Guwahati conducted Advanced Paper 1 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. Students found Paper-I to be well-balanced and moderate. mathematics was lengthy and challenging as compared to Physics and Chemistry.
As per the initial reactions coming from the students after the JEE Advanced Paper-II, the overall paper was moderate to difficult. Compared to Paper-I, the second paper was tricky and challenging.
JEE Advanced 2023 Paper-II: Section-wise difficulty level
One of the students coming out of the examination centre says that there were a total of 51 questions. Physics and Chemistry were moderate but Mathematics was challenging.
Another student Akash says, “Chemistry was moderate and most of the questions were from the Class 11 syllabus. While in Mathematics, most of the questions were from the 12th syllabus.”
“Paper-I was easy as compared to Paper-II. Mathematics and Chemistry were moderate, while Physics was easy. I am expecting between 90-100,” says another student.
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