JEE ADVANCED 2023 Concluded

# Jun 05, 2023 by Harshita Nandal

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JEE ADVANCED 2023 Concluded

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati conducted Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2023 on June 4. The entrance exam was held in two shifts – first paper ended at 12 pm and the second one at 5:30 pm.

Candidates had to bring their JEE Advanced admit card and other required documents to the exam venue. Specific instructions for the exam day were given on admit cards which can be downloaded . Official answer keys of JEE Advanced will be issued on June 11 and candidates responses will be uploaded on June 9.

JEE Advanced 2023: Maths moderate in shift 2

Maths questions were moderate in terms of difficulty level. Topic-wise number of questions:

• Vector & 3D: 1 question

• Area Under Curve: 1

• IC: 1

• Differential Equation: 2

• Matrices: 2

• Probability: 1

• Function: 1

• Inverse Trigonometry: 1

JEE Advanced paper analysis: Chemistry above medium in paper 2

• The Chemistry part was above medium.

• Topic-wise number of questions:

• Organic Chemistry : 7 to 8 (more weightage to Organic this time)

• Inorganic: 5 to 6 (more focus on Class 11 topics)

Physical: 3 (Thermodynamics: 1, Electrochemistry: 1, Physical Chemistry: 1)

JEE Advanced 2023: Physics difficult in shift 2

Physics part of the second shift paper (paper 2) has been rated difficult by Saurabh Kumar, Chief Academic Officer, Vidyamandir Classes, who analysed the paper based on students’ feedback.

Here’s topic-wise number of questions asked:

• Electrostatic: 1 question

• Rotational Energy: 2

• Waves: 1

• Thermodynamics: 1

• Kinematic: 1

• Units and Dimensions: 1

• Liquids: 2

• EMI: 1

• Modern Physics: 1

• Optics: 2

JEE Advanced 2023: 180 marks in paprr 1

Total marks in JEE Advanced 2023 paper 1 was 180. The paper had 51 questions with 17 questions from each subject.

The Paper-1 had three parts- Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Maximum marks for each part was 60.

In each part, there were four sections:

• Sec-I (Max. Marks-12)

• Sec-II (Max. Marks-12)

• Sec-III (Max. Marks-24)

• Sec-IV (Max. Marks-12)


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Harshita Nandal
Harshita Nandal

Harshita Nandal has worked as a Creative head in Mitrakshar, University of Delhi. She has done her Graduation from the University of Delhi in English Honours. In her free time, she prefers to play the guitar, take short walks in between work and loves to watch Korean dramas. Currently, she is an author at Educere India to fulfil the desire of her passion for writing.