AIEEE 2007 Mathematics Paper Analysis
AIEEE 2007 Mathematics Paper Analysis
Following table shows you the number of questions and marks distribution across various topics of AIEEE syllabus that were asked in AIEEE 2007 exam.
This table would be helpful for those who would appear in AIEEE 2008 and AIEEE 2009. This will give them idea of the topics that were important in AIEEE 2007 exam.
There is no certainty that this pattern will repeat in AIEEE 2008 or AIEEE 2009.
If you look at the table and the pie shown below, you can see maximum questions were asked from Algebra. But if you look at other topics, marks are well distributed across various topics. As always trigonometry is asked less and there are just 2 questions based on trigonometry.
Paper is definitely not difficult. Even average students can solve most of the questions. As time is less and there are 40 questions, it is very important that you skip those questions whose idea does not click immediately or in 30 sec.
Better time management and reducing your mistakes would be a key to success in AIEEE 2008 exam.
Note there are 3 questions based on Statics and Dynamics in AIEEE 2007. Statics and Dynamics is no more the part of NCERT syllabus and hence out of AIEEE 2008 syllabus.
AIEEE 2007, Mathematics Paper Analysis

Number of Questions

Marks


Topics


Marks

% age

Algebra

9

27

22.5

Set Theory

1

3


Miscellaneous Equations

1

3


Complex Numbers

1

3


Progressions

1

3


Permutation and Combinations




Binomial Theorem

2

6


Matrices and Determinant

2

6


Infinite Series

1

3


Inequalities




Trigonometry

2

6

5

Trigonometry Identities




Trigonometry Equations




Inverse Trigonometric Equatiions

1

3


Height and Distances

1

3


Vectors

2

6

5

Coordinate Geometry

6

18

15

Differential Calculus

6

18

15

Functions

1

3


Limits and Continuity

1

3


Differentiation




Application of Derivatives

4

12


Integral Calculus

6

18

15

Indefinite Integration

1

3


Definite Integration and Area

3

9


Differential Equations

2

6


Statistics and Probability

3

9

7.5

3 Dimensional Coordinate Geometry

3

9

7.5

Statics and Dynamics

3

9

7.5

Total

40

120

100

Source: 100percentile.com