The most special thing about this paper was the marking scheme. It truly tested the ability of a candidate of picking up the right questions. Paper was designed to test both the concepts and calculations of a candidate in a very appropriate manner.The 50 % negative marking scheme will make sure that unlike of last few years there wont be 18-20K candidates reaching 35% barrier and I strongly feel that in reserved categories there might be many seats which are going to fall vacant.
Physics and Maths very more tough. Both involved lengthy calculations. The questions asked were much much above the level of NCERT and boards .
|JEE ADVANCED 2015 ANALYSIS|
1. IIT-JEE aspirants feel the heat
2.Cut-offs for IIT admissions this year likely to slide
3. JEE: Students fret over pattern change
4. JEE Advanced: Tougher paper, new marking scheme stump students
5. JEE Advance: IIT dreams run into Maths wall
6.JEE Advanced: Tougher paper, new marking scheme stump students