PHYSICS- a cakewalk as compared to other two sections.
CHEMISTRY- Tricky some questions were out of regular curriculum being taught to students.
MATHS- most difficult of the three.Toughest paper after 2008.
Physics- Tougher than paper 1 as multiple correct are always tough to handle.
Chemistry- easier than paper 1 organic and inorganic dominated.
Maths- again a tough nut marginally better than paper-1 .
Detailed Analysis of Physics:
The Physics overall was the easiest to score in the paper. In paper 1 equal number of questions were asked from XI and XII syllabus. In paper 2 this was 60:40 in favour of XII syllabus.
The Paper 1 was quite easy. 5 out of 10 single option correct questions were easy while rest were just a bit moderate to tough. The vernier one was the pick of them.The multiple correct were also regular style questions, Integers except the nuclear decay one were mere basic questions.
The Paper 2 had 4 easy matching questions.The comprehensions:
Nuclear physics question was calculative but basic.
Work energy one was a regular question for IIT aspirants.
The transformer question was straight from description provided in NCERT.
The EMI one was the pick of the question.
The multiple correct questions were very well aptly designed. Even the major institutes are making mistakes in giving answers so what can we expect from a student.
Overall if some one scores more than 70 in physics it will be a good score.
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