JEE Advanced 2017 answer key for paper 1 and JEE Advanced paper 2 answer key 2017 has been released now. JEE adv answer key can be checked below courtesy of Allen Kota, Resonance, Aakash institute and many more coaching centers. Check below for JEE advanced answer key of paper 1, paper 2, for all sets (0 to 9), subject-wise.
Update: So far, Allen has released JEE advanced paper 1 answer key 2017 along with question paper and solutions. Check them out below. Resonance and Motion IIT has also uploaded the answer keys and solutions online.
Update, May 22: Allen and Resonance, both institutions have uploaded JEE advanced paper 2 answer key and solutions now. Answer keys are below.
As much as 2.2 lakh candidates were invited to take the JEE Advanced 2017 selected on the basis of their performance in the JEE Main 2017 examination held in April. JEE Advanced answer key 2017 will be published online by some of the premier coaching institutions including Aakash, Allen, Resonance, FIITJEE, Rao IIT, Plancess, Vidyamandir to name a few. The paper solutions and expected cut off scores for getting admission into IITs will be updated here.
Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are the institutions of national importance and hence getting a chance to study in one of them is tough, real tough. First of all, an aspirant is required to take the Joint Entrance Examination – JEE Main and secure a spot among top 2,20,000 candidates, then there comes a final test in the form of JEE Advanced. The list of top 2,20,000 candidates includes 1,11,100 general, 59,400 OBC, 33,000 SC and 16,500 ST candidates.
The admission into various undergraduate programs across IITs is done through the Joint Entrance Examination – JEE Advanced only. Through the entrance exam, IITs offer admission into UG courses – Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s, Bachelor-Master Dal Degree in Engineering, Sciences, Architecture, and Pharmaceutics.
A total of 23 IITs will be using the JEE Advanced 2017 result, ranks for admission purposes, the institutes are located at Kharagpur, Bhubaneswar, Dhanbad, Kanpur, Bhilai, Varanasi, Indore, New Delhi, Jammu, Jodhpur, Guwahati, Patna, Roorkee, Mandi, Ropar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Palakkad, Tirupati, Mumbai, Dharwad, Gandhinagar and Goa. JEE Advanced 2017 is being conducted by the seven Zonal Coordinating IITs under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB) 2017 and this year, IIT-Madras is conducting the exam.
JEE Advanced 2017 comprises of two papers – both compulsory and each question paper is divided into three sections- Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. While JEE Main is conducted in both offline and online modes, the candidates are given Optical Response Sheets (ORS) to mark the answers in JEE Advanced. The ORS has two pages – first being the primary copy wherein the candidate has to mark the answers and the second being the candidate copy. After the completion of the exam, the second page is handed over to the candidates by the invigilator.
As the candidates will have the copy of ORS with them, it would be easy for them to match their answers with the ones available in the JEE Advanced 2017 answer key and analyse their performance. As per the information brochure of JEE Advanced 2017, the candidates will be able to view their OMR Sheets and scanned responses at the JEE Advanced online portal from May 31 onward. The official answer key of JEE Advanced 2017 will be published on June 4, however, the unofficial versions of it can be checked today itself.
JEE Advanced 2017 answer key by Allen (paper 1)
How to challenge JEE Advanced Answer Key
Once the JEE Advanced official answer key is published online, the candidates will be able to submit the challenges against it. The window for objection submission will remain open from June 4 to 6 and the same will be analyzed by the IITs to prepare the final answer keys. The results of the entrance test will be prepared on the basis of final answer keys and will be out on June 11.
As the display of OMR (ORS) sheets and scanned responses of all the candidates will begin from May 31, the candidates will also have to facility to review the questions and their answers. The review fee at the rate of Rs. 500 per question will be required to be paid by the candidates. More detailed instructions on this can be fetched from the JEE Advanced portal www.jeeadv.ac.in.
The candidates are required to score minimum marks in each subject (section) as well as in aggregate in order to secure a place in the rank list. For inclusion in the Common Rank List (CRL), the candidates are required to score minimum 10 percent marks in each subject and minimum 35 percent marks in aggregate in all the three subjects.
JEE Advanced 2017 Timeline
- JEE Advanced 2017 Exam – May 21
- Exam Timing – Paper 1 (9 am to 12 noon), Paper 2 (2 pm to 5 pm)
- Display of OMR sheets and scanned responses – May 31 to June 3
- JEE Advanced Official Answer Key – June 4
- Objection submission – June 4 to 6
- Result – June 11
Answer Keys courtesy of Allen.
#Article updated on May 22, 2017, 12:25 PM.