II PU students, in the state were all smiles with an easy mathematics paper. This was an analysis done by the Deeksha Network. Students breathed a relief today, to find the most dreaded mathematics examination to be easy yet lengthy.
Analysing the paper Dr. Milind, Vice-President, Deeksha Network said it was a lengthy paper but sure an easy one. Approximately around 70% were easy, 15% were moderate, 15% were difficult, which will lead to scoring of a centum a bit challenging otherwise it was easy and in line with the blue print, an average student will be able to score anything between 50 - 60 marks, he added.
Yashas N D - Deeksha Network
The paper was very easy. It was of the same standard as last year's paper, however I felt it was a bit lengthy. Overall most questions came from model question paper, only tough questions came from three-dimensional geometry and vectors unit. I'm expecting to get 100/100 and aspire to join IIT and pursue aeronautical engineering.
Nithin Ram G V -DCFL PU College
The paper was quite easy. I could complete it well before time. Few questions that came were from the question bank provided at campus. There were a few tricky questions, which could confuse and make you nervous, like one such was from three-dimensional geometry and another from linear programming.
Kruthika S - Deeksha Network
The paper was quite easy, however I felt it was slightly lengthy as I could not manage my time well. I felt it was of same difficulty level as last year's paper. Questions came from all chapters as per the blueprint given to us. I'm expecting to score somewhere around 95 marks and above.