JEE Main 2014 was conducted on April 6, 2014. Students must be searching for the answer keys of JEE Main 2014. Meanwhile candidates can look here for JEE Main 2014 analysis provided by Allen Kota.
Sh. Brajesh Maheshwari, Director, Allen Career Institute, Kota shares the paper analysis of JEE Main 2014.
Read below the excerpts of the interview.
Question: JEE Main 2014 offline mode of exam is over now. What is your overall analysis of the paper?
Brajesh Sir: The JEE Main 2014 paper wise analysis is as below –
- Fundamental questions were asked.
- However no analytical questions were present.
- Questions composition was almost uniform from Class 11th and 12th.
- Questions from Mechanics found more representation.
- Physics was rated moderate but the questions were lengthy.
- Chemistry in general was considered to very easy and almost all questions were direct.
- Majority of questions were directly from the NCERT text books.
- Major questions were found to be from Physical Chemistry, followed by Organic and then Inorganic.
- No assertion-reason type questions were found as they were in last year.
- Many questions were repeated from IIT-JEE 2000-2001.
- The questions were comparatively easy from the last year’s pattern but were time consuming due to lengthy calculations.
- No assertion-reason type questions.
Moreover I would say that no new questions were provided and most of them repeated.
Question: Share a brief idea about the difficulty level of the exam? Which subject was the toughest vis-à-vis easiest?
Brajesh Sir: Students have marked Maths the toughest with Physics as moderate and Chemistry the easiest of all.
Question: How many students from your centre have opted for the JEE Main 2014 offline mode? What is their feedback on the exam?
Brajesh Sir: Approximately 40% of our enrolled students have opted for the offline mode. The examination was moderate. They have come up with positive reponses.
Question: What is the expected JEE Main 2014 Cutoff?
Brajesh Sir: Since the examination was moderately easier compared to JEE 2013. Cutoff mark for General may be raised up to 135.
Question: How should the test takers tackle the erroneous questions if they experience it during the Online JEE Main 2014 Exam?
Brajesh Sir: I shall advise the JEE Main aspirants to leave the erroneous, difficult and time consuming questions and concentrate only on the questions which they can calculate easily.
Question: Share some of the special points for JEE Main 2014.
Brajesh Sir: There were some questions which were either wrong or had wrong options provided in the JEE Main 2014 question paper. One question was wrong in Maths paper and one question from Physics paper was wrong and had misprints of units in two questions.