The Joint Admission Test for Masters (JAM) examination has been successfully concluded on February 13, 2022. For this year, the exam governing body was IIT Roorkee. Candidates who had appeared for the JAM 2022 Mathematics exams can check the unofficial answer keys that are released after exam. These answer keys provide an estimation of scores using which candidates can know whether they can get admission to their institute of choice.
As the examination has just been concluded, candidates can expect a week of time after which IIT Roorkee will release the official answer key. Along with this, IIT Roorkee will also release the question papers for each subject. Until this happens, candidates can make good use of the unofficial answer keys.
Where To Check JAM 2022 Mathematics (MA) Answer Key?
Candidates who appeared for the JAM Mathematics exam today and searched for examination answer keys are advised to go through the website of several subject experts online that provide their own version of the answer key along with the question paper analysis. These will be PDF-based answer keys
For video-based answer keys, YouTube and Telegram are the two most popular social media platforms where experts generally share the JAM exam answer keys. Candidates can get a rough idea of their actual scores by referring to these unofficial answer keys. Check out the links to a few YouTube channels in the table mentioned below:
|Released By||Direct Link|
|Mathematical Pathshala IIT-JAM/CSIR-NET/GATE||Click Here|
|Dr.Gajendra Purohit – GATE / IIT JAM / CSIR NET||Click Here|
|Unacademy Live – IIT JAM||Click Here|
Question Paper Pattern
The JAM Mathematics exam paper was completely based on the official question paper pattern which was released by IIT Roorkee. The paper was divided into three different sections, Objective-based Multiple Choice Question – MCQ, Multiple Select Questions – MSQ, and Numerical Answer Type – NAT.
The grand total of this examination was 100 marks which varied from section to section. The marking scheme that will be followed while evaluating the answer sheet is as follows: For questions having a weightage of 1 mark, ⅓ will be deducted for every wrong response whereas, for questions, weighing 2 marks, ⅔ will be deducted for every wrong response.
To know the detailed analysis of the question paper, follow the table mentioned below.
|Section||No of Questions||Marks||Negative Marking|
|A||10 MCQs||1 mark each||1/3|
|20 MCQs||2 marks each||2/3|
|B||10 MSQs||2 marks each||Not Applicable|
|C||10 NAT Questions||1 mark each||Not Applicable|
|10 NAT Questions||2 marks each||Not Applicable|
The examination was of a medium to the tough level of difficulty. The official made sure that the entire syllabus is covered. The highest weightage was carried by the “Real Analysis” topic. Candidates faced difficulty in tackling the Multiple Select Questions (MSQs).
To know the detailed weightage carried by each topic, follow the table mentioned below.
|Calculus of Single Variable||18%|
|Calculus of Two Variables||14%|