AMITY JEE Paper Analysis; Know the important topics

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The Amity JEE is one of the most crucial entrance examinations, conducted by Amity University that deems the eligibility for candidates who seek admission in the engineering courses conducted by the university. For all the candidates who wish to avail admission to B.Tech courses of Amity University are mandatorily required to qualify Amity JEE paper. The examination is a computer-based test conducted across various campuses in India and abroad.

Pertaining to its level of difficulty and its crucially from the examination point of view, garnering an insight about the previous year papers and analyzing the same will help aspirants gain a stronghold in the exam. Below listed a complete analysis of JEE paper that would comprise of overall understanding of the subjects, the difficulty level and types of questions asked in the paper.

Analysis of Amity JEE Paper

Types of questions asked – The Amity JEE stands for Amity Joint Entrance Examination which is a necessary criterion for availing admission to B.Tech courses. The questions asked in the entrance test are completely objective based along with options to choose from.

Sections covered             

The total weightage of Amity JEE paper is 90 objective type questions. The paper comprises of 4 sections consisting of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology and English with a total of 25, 25, 25 and 15 questions each respectively. Candidates are rendered the option to attend either PCME (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English) or PCBE (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English).

Duration of Exam and Marking scheme

The duration of the exam is 120 hours for solving 90 Objective Type Questions. There is a negative marking for wrong answers. Candidates will be awarded 4 marks for correct answers and will be deducted a total of 1 mark for each negative answer. However, no marks will be deducted for questions that are unanswered.

Difficulty Level

The difficulty level of the paper is not too high. The online test is set in such a manner wherein the candidates can easily complete all the four sections within the stipulated time frame. However, it is immensely necessary for the candidate to attempt all the four sections of their chosen test i.e. either PCME or PCBE, failing which or leaving any section unattempted will not be eligible for admission.

Section wise analysis of Amity JEE Paper

The paper will be divided into 4 sections comprising of English, Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry. Presenting you an in-detail analysis of each section which is as follows:


The paper will be divided into 4 sections comprising of English, Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry. Presenting you an in-detail analysis of each section which is as follows:

  1. English – There are a total of 15 questions asked from the English section that comprises of topics including Verbal and Logical Ability, Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension.
  2. Physics – Much of the questions are asked from Class 12th in comparison to Class 11th syllabus. The major topics covered in the exam include Vector Algebra, Newton’s Law of Motion, Current Electricity, Wave Motion, Heat, Thermodynamics, Current Electricity, Energy & Power, Kinematics of a particle amongst others. The paper is a balanced mix between calculation questions and theory-related questions.
  3. Chemistry – The Amity JEE paper chemistry section comprises of major questions from class 12th and few from class 11th. The topics comprise of Redox Reactions, Electro Chemistry, Surface Chemistry, States of Matter, Hydrogen, Solutions, Atomic Structure, Biomolecules, chemistry in everyday life and much more. Candidates are advised to revise their class 11 syllabus well and be well abreast with the class 12th exam.
  4. Mathematics – Considered one of the toughest and most scoring section of any entrance exam, the mathematics section comprises of a total of 25 questions. However, the level of difficulty for Amity JEE is kept on par with the level of student’s knowledge and that which can be completed within 2 hours of the time limit. The topics that are majorly asked comprise of Algebraic problems and simplified formulae questions from the chapters of Limits and Continuity, Properties of Triangle, Area, Parabola, Circle, Functions, Eclipse & Hyperbole, Probability, Quadratic Equation, Straight line and much more.
  5. Biology – Candidates who have selected Biology in place of Mathematics, are advised to concentrate more on the syllabus of class 12th. The difficulty level is not too high for the biology section. All questions are objective based. Most of the topics covered include the latest and major syllabus from Class 12th and few from class 11th.

Now, gaining an overall understanding of the examination, its difficulty level, types of questions asked, markings and topics asked, the candidates are advised to get themselves well abreast with the class 12th syllabus entirely and revise in gist from class 11th syllabus. They can also take up mock tests that will acquaint them to the examination and help them in gaining insight about the topics that are frequently asked and which topic to give more weightage during preparation.