JEE Main 2018 Question Paper

JEE Main 2018 Question Paper with Solutions

JEE Main 2018 Question Paper Questions with Solved Answers

Utopper provides solutions to JEE Advanced Paper 1 and Paper 2. These solutions come in PDF format with the free download option. These can also be availed online at Utopper’s learning portal. Both the Question Papers for JEE Advanced are compulsory for the students who clear JEE Main. These solved Paper 1 and Paper 2 have solutions of all the three sections each, which are Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. JEE Advanced doesn’t have a fixed exam pattern. The number of questions asked in the exam paper varies every year with a surprise element. Variations of the questions remain almost the same and practising these solved papers will help you understand various types of questions asked.

Best Way to Prepare is by Trying to Solve JEE Main 2018 Question Paper

What could be better to get a readymade JEE main 2018 online question paper with solution pdf download is for free? It is highly advised that you try solving these questions on your own just as you would do on the D-day within a given amount of time.

In this way, you will be well aware of your own progress and current capacity for this very exhaustive syllabus. Analyze your weak and strong areas and work on them. This will help you exert your mind more and more resulting in increased efficiency along with adding to your knowledge of the topics. 

Apart from the knowledge provided by previous years’ exam papers with solutions, you need to prepare for JEE Mains needs in a more holistic way. A great level of effort and commitment for in-depth studying time for maths, physics, chemistry, logical reasoning and other crucial topics that make up the JEE syllabus is required. After all, one needs to keep in mind that this is one of India’s toughest exams and should be prepared accordingly.

JEE Main 2018 Qualifying Cut off

Category

Qualified

Max Marks

Min Marks

Common Rank List

111275

350

74

OBC-NCL

65313

73

45

SC

34425

73

29

ST

17256

73

24

PwD

2755

73

-35

TOTAL

231024

  

Ascertain Factors of JEE Main Cutoff 

Cutoff marks will be decided on various factors. The few factors which are mainly considered are mentioned below

  • Total number of seats available
  • Average score obtained by the applicants in JEE Main 
  • Total number of candidates appearing for JEE Main
  • The difficulty level of JEE Main 
  • Number of candidates applying for a particular course
  • Previous year cutoff also plays a major role.
  • Highest score obtained by the aspirants in JEE Main 
  • The lowest score obtained by the students in JEE Main 

JEE Main Cutoff for NIT

The National Institute of Technology (NITs) are autonomous institutions and they are public institutes for the level of higher education. They are under the control of National Institutes of Technology Act,2007, which declares them as institutions of national importance along with the IITs. There are a total of 31 NITs across India and each one of them is funded by the Government of India. These institutes are one among the top-ranked technical institutes for Engineering, of around 2 to 3 %, which are considered as the second only to the Indian Institutes of Technology(IITs) in India. 

JEE Main Cutoff for IIIT

IIITs are a set of institutions for the level of higher education in India. Indian Institutes of Information Technology concentrate mainly on Information technology. On the whole, there are 23 IIITs in India, and out of which 5 are established, funded and administered by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). The remaining IIIT’s are set up on a public-private partnership (PPP) model. 

JEE Main Cutoff for GFTIs

The Government Funded Technical Institutes are around 23 which are funded by Government of India. Inaugurated by the Central Seat Allocation Board, these are taken care by Joint Seat Allocation Authority and they handle the intake process of the Government Funded Technical Institutes, which is conducted in multiple rounds.

JEE Main 2018 Solutions Paper Analysis

Physics

Physics was the toughest paper amongst the three subjects surprisingly. The questions asked were a mix of theory and calculative based. This was not a long section. There were on the whole 17 questions asked from the Class 12 syllabus and 13 questions from Class 11 syllabus. This section had 4 difficult level questions, 20 questions were moderate and 6 questions were easy. 

Below Table is a Breakup of Chapters Which Had the Toughest and Easiest Questions Asked in the Exam: 

Tough Questions

Easy Questions (11th Standard)

Easy Questions (12th Standard)

Capacitors

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

Electromagnetic Waves

Electrostatics

Kinematics

Measurement and Errors

Electromagnetic Induction

Electronic Devices

Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism

Below Table is the Breakup of Marks Between Different Topics of the Physics Section Asked in the Exam:

Topics

Marks Allotted

Mechanics

44

Electrodynamics

48

Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory

8

Optics and Wave Optics

8

Modern Physics and Nuclear Physics

12

From the above table in which the distribution of marks ensured that the overall paper was moderately easy.

Chemistry

This subject was moderately easy amongst the three other subjects. The questions asked were a mix of theory and calculations together, which ensured that students saved time for the other two sections in the paper. This section was longer when compared to the other sections. There were 14 questions asked from Class 12 syllabus and 16 questions from Class 11 syllabus. This section had on the whole 3 difficult questions, 17 were moderate questions and 10 questions were easy. 

Below Table is a Breakup of Chapters Which had the Toughest and Easiest Questions Asked in the Exam:

Tough Questions

(Standard 12 only)

Easy Questions Standard 11

Easy Questions Standard 11

Alcohols

Phenols and Ethers

Coordination Compounds

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Thermodynamics

Hydrocarbons

P-block Elements

Purification and Characteristics of Organic Compounds

Biomolecules

Chemistry in Everyday Life

Electrochemistry

Solid state solutions

Below Table is the Breakup of Marks Between Different Topics of the Chemistry Section Asked in the Exam:

Topics

Marks Allotted

Organic Chemistry

44

Inorganic Chemistry

28

Physical Chemistry

48

From the above table in which the distribution of marks ensured that the overall paper was easy.

Mathematics

Mathematics was the easiest paper amongst all the three subjects. Most questions were calculative. There were 10 questions asked from Class 12 syllabus and 20 questions were from Class 11 syllabus. This section had on the whole 3 difficult questions, 14 were moderate questions and 13 questions were easy.

Below is a Breakup of Chapters Which had the Toughest and Easiest Questions Asked in the Examination:

Tough Questions

Easy Questions (11th Standard)

Easy Questions (12th Standard)

Hyperbola

Parabola

Sets

Relations and Functions

Mathematical Induction and Reasoning

Parabola

Permutations and Combinations

Quadratic Equations

Sequences and Series

Statistics

Trigonometry

3D Geometry

Determinants

Differential Equations

Below Table is the Breakup of Marks Between Different Topics of the Maths Section Asked in the Exam:

Topics

Marks Allotted

Algebra

56

Calculus

28

Trigonometry

8

Conics

16

Vector Algebra

12

From the above table in which the distribution of marks ensured that the overall paper was tough.

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