JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis by Resonance: JEE Advanced Paper 1 and 2 has been conducted on 20 May.JEE Advanced analysis by Resonance has been released. Along with it, aspirants can also check the JEE Advanced 2018 analysis by the other coaching institutes and students who took the exam. JEE Advanced analysis by Resonance 2018 will provide the details of examination such as difficulty level, weightage given to each topic, sectionwise distribution of questions and other aspects. Along with the JEE Advanced 2018 analysis by Resonance, the experts will release the cutoff. JEE Advanced cut off by Resonance released is the minimum qualifying marks secured by aspirants for admission to 23 IITs and ISM Dhanbad. Below is the JEE Advanced 2018 analysis by Resonance for Paper 1 and 2.
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JEE Advanced 2018 Cut off  Expected
The cut off of JEE Advanced 2018 is the minimum qualifying marks secured by aspirants to be included in the common rank list. The cut off of previous year prepared by the analyst of Resonance has been provided in the table below. The expected JEE Advanced cut off 2018 will be released soon after the examination and will be made available here.
Category 
Cut off marks 
Cut off in % 
General 
126 
35.00% 
OBC 
113 
31.50% 
SC 
63 
17.50% 
ST 
63 
17.50% 
JEE Advanced 2017 Official Cut off
With the expected cut off, aspirants can also check the JEE Advanced official cut off released by the organising institute in the table below.
Category 
Cutoff Marks 
% Cutoff 
General 
128 
35.00% 
OBC 
115 
31.50% 
SC 
64 
17.50% 
ST 
64 
17.50% 
JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis by Resonance
As JEE Advanced Paper 1 and 2 was concluded on 20 May, the experts of Resonance has published the JEE Advanced analysis. Candidates can check the JEE Advanced analysis for Paper 1 and 2 below. This paper analysis includes the distribution of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Along with that, the level of difficulty among other sections, weightage to topics covered in the exam and other details will also be provided in JEE Advanced exam analysis by Resonance. The table below provides previous years’ JEE Advanced analysis by Resonance.
JEE Advanced Analysis by Resonance – Paper 1
 JEE Advanced Paper 1 was held from 09:00 am to 12:00 noon, while paper 2 was conducted from 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm
 A total of 54 questions were asked. 18 questions were asked from each subject
 Both paper 1 and 2 were of 180 marks. Overall each subject was of 120 marks
 Total marks for both papers were 360
JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis by Resonance  Number of questions
 Total 145 marks questions were asked from class 11 syllabus
 215 questions were asked from class 12 syllabus
JEE Advanced 2018 Paper Analysis by Resonance – Overall Marks Distribution
Subject 
Class 11 
Class 12 
Total 

No of Questions 
Total Marks 
No of Questions 
Total Marks 
No of Questions 
Total Marks 

Chemistry 
7 
23 
29 
97 
36 
120 
Paper One 
3 
10 
15 
50 
18 
60 
Paper Two 
4 
13 
14 
47 
18 
60 
Mathematics 
15 
49 
21 
71 
36 
120 
Paper One 
10 
32 
8 
28 
18 
60 
Paper Two 
5 
17 
13 
43 
18 
60 
Physics 
22 
73 
14 
47 
36 
120 
Paper One 
13 
43 
5 
17 
18 
60 
Paper Two 
9 
30 
9 
30 
18 
60 
Grand Total 
44 
145 
64 
215 
108 
360 
JEE Advanced 2018 Difficulty Level Analysis
In the JEE Advanced analysis by Resonance, the experts will check the difficulty level of the paper. In the JEE Advanced difficulty level analysis below, the experts of Resonance coaching institute has shared the number of questions under each level of difficulty and their marks. Check the JEE Advanced difficulty level analysis by Resonance from the table below.
The difficulty level of JEE Advanced
Subject 
Easy Level 
Medium Level 
Difficult Level 

No of Questions 
Total Marks 
No of Questions 
Total Marks 
No of Questions 
Total Marks 

Chemistry 
5 
16 
13 
44 
18 
60 
Mathematics 
13 
40 
11 
36 
12 
44 
Physics 
13 
44 
13 
43 
10 
33 
Grand Total 
31 
100 
37 
123 
40 
137 
JEE Advanced Difficulty Level Analysis  Highlights
 In Paper 1, Physics and Mathematics were easy compared to Chemistry
 In Paper 2, Mathematics and Physics paper was moderately easy, while Chemistry was considered difficult
 Overall, Resonance experts feels that the paper was relatively tougher than the previous year
 Chemistry was considered most difficult, Mathematics was considered moderate overall, while Physics was relatively easier than the other two subjects
 In total, easy questions comprised of 100 marks, moderate questions were of 123 marks, while difficult questions contained 137 marks
JEE Advanced Analysis by Resonance  Marking Pattern
Candidates can check the marking scheme of JEE Advanced 2018 Paper 1 and 2 below. With the help of marking scheme and answer key, aspirants can calculate their probable scores to be secured in the exam. The link to download JEE Advanced answer key by leading coaching institutes is provided below.
Marking Scheme in JEE Advanced Paper 1
Section 1: One or more than one correct answer  6 questions
 4 marks for all correct answers
 1 mark for each correct answer
 0 mark for no response
 2 for negative marking
 Total marks were 24
Section 2: Numerical value (correct numerical value to be rounded off to second decimal place)  8 questions
 3 for correct answer
 0 for unanswered
 No negative marking
 Total marks were 24
Section 3: Comprehension with two questions  2 paragraphs
 3 marks for correct answer
 0 marks for no responses
 1 for incorrect answer
 Total marks were 12
Marking Scheme in JEE Advanced Paper 2
Section 1: One or more than one correct answer  6 questions
 4 marks if all answers are correct
 +1 for each correct answer
 0 mark for the unanswered question
 2 for all other cases
 Total marks were 24
Section 2: Correct numerical (correct numerical value to be rounded off to second decimal place)  8 questions
 +3 for a correct answer
 0 marks in all other cases
 No negative marking
 Total marks were 24
Section 3: Single correct answer  4 questions
 +3 for a correct answer
 0 marks for no responses
 1 in all other cases
 Total marks were 12
JEE Advanced 2018 Subjectwise Paper Analysis by Resonance
Candidates can check the topicwise paper analysis of JEE Advanced 2018 from the table below.
JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis – Physics
Unit & topic name 
No of questions 
Total marks 
Electrodynamics 
8 
27 
Capacitance 
1 
3 
Electro Magnetic Field 
2 
7 
Electro Magnetic Induction 
1 
4 
Electrostatics 
3 
10 
Current Electricity 
1 
3 
Heat & Thermodynamics 
4 
13 
Heat Transfer 
1 
3 
KTG & Thermodynamics 
3 
10 
Mechanics 
15 
50 
Error in Measurement 
3 
9 
Gravitation 
1 
3 
Rigid Body Dynamics 
3 
10 
Surface Tension 
1 
4 
Work, Power & Energy 
1 
4 
Elasticity & Viscosity 
2 
7 
Unit & Dimension 
2 
6 
Circular Motion 
1 
4 
Mathematical Tool 
1 
3 
Modern Physics 
3 
10 
Nuclear Physics 
1 
4 
Photoelectric Effect 
1 
3 
Bohr Atomic Model 
1 
3 
Optics 
2 
7 
GeometricalOptics&PhysicalOptics 
2 
7 
SHM & Waves 
3 
10 
Sound Waves 
2 
7 
SHM 
1 
3 
Mathematical Tools 
1 
3 
Projectile Motion 
1 
3 
Grand Total 
36 
120 
JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis – Chemistry
Unit & topic name 
No of questions 
Total marks 
Inorganic ChemistryI 
3 
11 
Chemical Bonding 
1 
3 
pblock 
2 
8 
Inorganic ChemistryII 
7 
24 
Coordination Compounds 
5 
17 
Qualitative Analysis 
1 
4 
Metallurgy 
1 
3 
Organic ChemistryII 
12 
40 
Aromatic Compounds 
3 
11 
Carbonyl compounds 
1 
3 
Organic Reaction Mechanism 4 
2 
6 
Stereoisomerism 
1 
3 
Organic Reaction Mechanism 3 
1 
4 
Biomolecules 
1 
4 
Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives 
3 
9 
Physical ChemistryI 
7 
23 
Gaseous State 
1 
3 
Ionic Equilibrium 
2 
6 
Thermodynamics 
3 
11 
Equivalent Concept 
1 
3 
Physical ChemistryII 
7 
22 
Chemical Kinetics 
2 
7 
Electrochemistry 
2 
6 
Solid State 
1 
3 
Solution & Colligative Peroperties 
2 
6 
Grand Total 
36 
120 
JEE Advanced 2018 Analysis – Mathematics
Unit & topic name 
No of questions 
Total marks 
Algebra 
1 
3 
Binomial Theorem 
1 
3 
Complex Numbers 
2 
8 
Complex Numbers 
2 
8 
Coordinate Geometry 
5 
17 
Circle 
3 
10 
Hyperbola 
1 
3 
Ellipse 
1 
4 
Differential Calculus 
5 
17 
Functions 
2 
6 
Limit, Continuity & Differentiability 
1 
3 
Application of Derivatives 
1 
4 
Methods of Differentiation 
1 
4 
Integral Calculus 
8 
27 
Definite integration 
3 
9 
Differential equation 
5 
18 
Matrix & Determinants 
2 
7 
Matrices & Determinants 
2 
7 
Permutation & Combination 
2 
6 
Permutation & Combination 
2 
6 
Probability 
2 
6 
Probability 
2 
6 
Sequence & Series 
1 
3 
Sequence & Series 
1 
3 
Trigonometry 
3 
10 
Solution of Triangle 
1 
4 
Inverse Trigonometric function 
1 
3 
Trigonometric Ratio & identities 
1 
3 
Vector and 3D 
4 
13 
Vector 
4 
13 
Fundamentals of Mathematics 
1 
3 
Fundamentals of Mathematics 
1 
3 
Grand Total 
36 
120 
Latest Update: JEE Advanced Analysis 2018 Paper 1 and 2
Paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2018 has been conducted from 09:00 to 12:00 noon. JEE Advanced paper 2 has been over now. Given below is the JEE Advanced analysis by the students who appeared in the exam and other institutes as well.
 This year, the total marks of JEE Advanced Paper 1 and 2 have reduced from 183 to 180
 Thus, JEE Advanced was of 360 marks
 Equal weightage was given to class 11 and 12
 The paper was conducted in computerbased mode, therefore, neither printout of question paper nor the copy of response sheet was given to candidates
 Paper 1 was moderate, Physics was the toughest section of all three subjects
 Students found Paper 2 moderate. Mathematics section was the difficult one
 In comparison to Paper 1, JEE Advanced Paper 2 was relatively tough
JEE Advanced Analysis Paper 1
 Overall Paper 1 was moderate this year
 Section 1 of all the three subjects contained 6 questions
 Section 2 had 8 questions being the numerical value answers. For each question, the commercial value was to be rounded off to second decimal place (eg. 6.25, 7.00, 127.30)
 Section 3 had 2 paragraphs and each question had 4 options of which only one op[tion was correct
 Total maximum marks for paper 1 was 180
 Each Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics was of 60 marks and Section 1 and 2 in each subject was of 24 marks, respectively, while section 3 was of 12 mark
JEE Advanced Analysis Paper 2
 Overall Paper 2 was moderate for aspirants but in comparison to paper 1 it was difficult
 Section 1 had 6 questions with four options, of which one or more answers can be correct
 Section 2 consisting of 8 questions with correct response being the numerical value to be rounded off to be the second decimal place (eg. 6.25, 275.30)
 Section 3 has 4 questions. Each question had two matching list I and list II, only one of the four options was correct to correspond to the correct matching
 The total marks of paper 2 were 180