JEE Advanced Answer Key

About The JEE Advanced Exam

IIT JEE Advanced is the second section of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE). This exam has been hailed as one of the toughest and the hardest entrance tests to crack. From this year onwards, the IIT JEE Advanced will be held solely as a computer-based examination.

The registration for IIT JEE Advanced is expected to begin after the declaration of the IIT JEE Mains April 2019 results. The registration forms can be found on the official website.  

The IIT JEE Advanced will be held in May 2019. The registration process will likely begin some days after the release of results of the April IIT JEE Mains session. Once the exam is conducted, the JEE advanced 2019 answer key will be released any time after 15 days of the exam. Since the exam is yet to be held, the release date of the JEE advanced 2019 answer key is tentative.

Here is a table that gives information on some of the most important dates for the IIT JEE Advanced registration, exam dates, and release of answer key.

Events

Dates

Applications for JEE Advanced to be released in

May 2019

Last date to apply for the exam

May 2019

JEE Advanced Admit Card to be released

2nd Week of May 2019 (tentative)

Exam Date (announced)

19th May 2019

The release of JEE Advanced official answer key

June 2019 (1st week )

JEE Advanced 2019 declaration of results

June 2019 (2nd Week )

The release of Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) (online)

June 2019 (2nd Week )

Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) Exam 2019 to be held

June 2019 (2nd Week)

Result declaration of Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) Exam 2019

June 2019 (3rd Week)

Allotment of seats post result

June 2019 (3rd Week)

More than two lakh IIT JEE Mains AIR holders will be able to appear for this exam.

About JEE Advanced 2019 Answer Key

Since the JEE Advanced exam is yet to be held, there is no prior information on Advanced Paper 1 answer key and on  JEE Advanced Paper 2 answer key. However, it is expected that once the exam is concluded, the answer key will be released.

The JEE Advanced exam will be conducted in two sections:

  • The main exam will be held before, and
  • The Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) will be held after the exam on a later date.

However, the release of seat allotment will only happen once the results are available for the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT).

When the answer key is released, it will be released on the official website.  

Separate Lists Of All The Bonus And Incorrect Questions

As it is with any kind of exam, the JEE Advanced 2019 may have its fair share of wrong answers. However, to make sure that the wrong questions do not hinder the performance of the students, it is expected that the governing bodies will award full marks for such questions. This practice is common and is also seen in IIT JEE Mains exams.

When the JEE Advanced solutions and answers are released on the official website, the students will be notified of the questions that have been confirmed to be wrong.

Here is why some questions on JEE Advanced could be wrong:

  • The question has no correct answer, or
  • The question is completely wrong in concept.

How to Challenge the Answer Key

Once the  JEE Advanced official answer key is released, it must be noted that you can challenge the answers that you think are wrong. Some questions could have more than one correct answer. In order for you to make sure that your answers are correct and the answer key is released with correct answers, you can follow the steps given below to challenge the answers:

  • First, you will need to visit the official website once the JEE advanced 2019 answer key is released.
  • You will find a tab, challenge the answer key.
  • After clicking on this, you will need to log in with your log in details and password.
  • Once you log in, you will find the questions listed and the correct answers according to the NTA.
  • You can select the correct answers according to you in the checked boxes.
  • You should click on save claims and continue; you will find the link on the screen.
  • Once you click on the button, you will be taken to another page, wherein you will be asked to upload documents to support your claims.
  • You should upload a PDF document only, and add all the images in PDF.
  • Once you do that, you will have to pay for the request. INR 1000 will be deducted from your bank account, and the payment can be made through a debit card or credit card or through net banking.

You should remember that to make a challenge; you will need to pay for the request online. However, in certain cases, it is best to ask your seniors and teachers for advice before you actually submit a challenge.

Link To The Rank Predictor Tool To Calculate Approx AIR

The JEE Advanced tests can be nerve-wracking and hard to crack. However, once the answer key is released, it becomes easy for you to understand where your performance will take you. You could make use of the online rank predictor tool, which allows you to predict your rank.

For this, you will need to input the correct scores of your test. To come to the correct valuation of your scores, you will need to follow the marking scheme as released by the official website.

Once you have the correct scores, here is what you can do:

  • Go to an online rank predictor. You can make use of the rank predictor. (Link to be added by Neostencil)
  • Click on the link, and you will find that a new page.
  • Here you will find a section for entering your JEE Advanced scores.
  • Make sure that you enter the correct JEE Advanced scores.
  • Click on predict now, to find your rank.

It must be noted that the use of online rank predictors may help you out, but you still need to wait for the official release of ranks to know where you stand.

Difficulty Level Analysis Of The Exam

The 2018 JEE Advanced paper II was more difficult than paper I. The most difficult subject in Paper II was Mathematics and the most difficult subject in Paper I was Physics.

Paper I

  • Level of Difficulty for Paper I was deemed as moderate.
  • The options for numerical questions in the examination was in decimal points, which made it trickier and time-consuming for the students. Generally, the options are in whole numbers, which are easier to answer.
  • Chemistry had a lot of numerical questions involving time-consuming calculations.

Paper II

  • Level of Difficulty for Paper II was deemed as moderate, but a little tougher than Paper I.
  • Questions based on Integration were comparatively more in this year’s examination, as compared to the examination in 2017.
  • Matrices based questions made Mathematics a lengthy test.

Considering the above-mentioned points in mind, it is tricky to predict the level of difficulty that the students should expect this year. Since there is no fixed pattern to the exam, it becomes even harder to predict the difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2019.

Important Dates (Cutoff, Result, OMR availability, Rank List)

The important dates regarding cutoff, results, OMR availability and rank list are yet to be announced. The release of the cut-off scores, results, etc. may happen between May and June. For more details, it is essential that you check the official website for the same.

Marking scheme of the JEE Advanced 2019

The JEE Advanced 2019 is made up of two exams, Paper I and Paper II. The marking scheme of the exam is as follows:

  • Incorrect answers are subjected to negative marking,
  • For paper I, here is the marking scheme:
    • Single correct answer question type is awarded 3 marks for the correct answer and one mark is deducted for the wrong answer.
    • For 1 or more correct answer type questions are awarded 4 marks if all of the options that are correct are marked. And for incorrect answers, the student will be penalized with -2.
    • The single digit integer type questions will be awarded three marks for the correct answer, and there will be no negative marking.
  • Here is the marking scheme for paper II:
    • Single correct answer question type is awarded 3 marks for the correct answer and one mark is deducted for the wrong answer.
    • For 1 or more correct answer type questions are awarded 4 marks if all of the options that are correct are marked. And for incorrect answers, the student will be penalized with -2.
    • For comprehension type questions, correct answers will be rewarded 3 marks for the correct answer, and there will be no negative marking.

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