IIT-JEE 2009 Paper 1
Total Marks: 240
Here, we present the distribution of marks among various topics within the subject. The following pie-charts will help you to understand the relative importance of the various subject areas in this years IIT-JEE.
Also, we are presenting an overall EMD (Easy, Medium and Difficult) analysis. The definitions of EMD are given below. You will find that even if you were not able to solve some of the Difficult questions, it would still leave you enough scope to obtain a net score to get a very good All India Rank.
Easy: Easy questions are defined as those questions that can be answered by a student who knows the concept under question. It is a direct application of the concept. A student is expected to have attempted all the Easy category questions.
Medium: Medium difficulty questions are those questions that may involve more than one concept. A well-prepared student should be able to identify at least 75% of these and solve them correctly.
Difficult: Difficult questions are
those which will definitely involve multiple concepts and are tricky. The
students may be led to think away from the ideal method of problem solving. It
will require good effort even from the well prepared student to identify the
Difficult ones and categorise them accordingly.
DIFFICULTY LEVEL ANALYSIS - CHEMISTRY
AREA WISE DISTRIBUTION - CHEMISTRY
DIFFICULTY LEVEL ANALYSIS - MATHEMATICS
AREA WISE DISTRIBUTION - MATHEMATICS
DIFFICULTY LEVEL ANALYSIS - PHYSICS
AREA WISE DISTRIBUTION PHYSICS
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