What to Expect from JEE 2015 Exam Papers ?
2015 is here and brings with it a whole lot of opportunities. For the students who have spent the better part of last 2 years studying for the JEE, this year brings a period of doubled efforts. While you are doing everything right and sticking to the plan that you made when you began with your preparations, it is also beneficial to know what is the pattern expected. Making sure that you know the pattern of questions expected from each topic in the IIT JEE will help you prepare for the exam in a more focused manner. Let’s take a look at the pattern expected to be followed for JEE 2015.
For physics, like always, the major contributor to the exam is expected to be mechanics, with the number of questions remaining approximately the same as last year’s exam. Students can expect a rise in the number of questions from last year in the topics Optics and Wave Optics, electromagnetism, modern physics and thermal physics. The topics that are expected to have lesser number questions as compared to the last year’s exam are fluid mechanics and waves and electrostatics and current electricity.
Coming to chemistry, the pattern is expected to be pretty much the same as that of last year, with the topics having pretty much the same number of questions as last year’s JEE. Organic Chemistry is expected to be the biggest contributor, followed by physical chemistry part 1 and 2 and inorganic chemistry part 1. The number of questions from inorganic chemistry part-2 is expected to rise from last year and the number of questions. On the other hand the contribution of organic chemistry-1 looks set to go down.
For Mathematics, the contribution of algebra is expected to remain the highest, just like it has been in the recent years. The number of questions from topics like trigonometry, vector and 3d geometry and coordinate geometry can be expected to remain the same. The only changes are expected for the topics integral and differential calculus, for which the number of questions is expected to increase and decrease respectively when compared to the JEE 2014.