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Mock Test for JEE Advanced: Physics
Paper I

Maximum marks: Time allowed: 1 hr
Instructions: The paper has three sections: Section I, Section II and Section III.
1. Section I contains 10 single correct answer type objective questions. Each question has 4 choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D), out of which only one is correct.
2. Section II contains 5 multiple (one or more) correct answer choice type questions. Each question has
4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which One or More may be correct.
3. Section III contains 5 integer (subjective) type questions. Each question has an integer answer lying
between 0 and 9.


SECTION - I
SINGLE CORRECT ANSWER TYPE
This part contains 10 multiple choice questions with single correct answer. Each question has 4 choices
A, B, C & D, out of which Only One is Correct.
1. The diagram shows a concavo-convex lens of refractive index
2
. What is the condition on the
refractive indices
1 3
and so that the lens is diverging?
(A)
3 1 2
2 < + (B)
3 1 2
2 > +
(C) ( )
3 1 2
2 > (D)
3 1 2
> +
Paragraph for Question 2
A Youngs double slit experiment is performed in a
medium of refractive index 4/3. A light of 600 nm
wavelength is falling on the slits having 0.45 nm
separation. The lower slit S
2
is covered by a thin glass
plate of thickness 10 4m . and refractive index 1.5.
The interference pattern is observed on a screen
placed 1.5 m from the slits as shown in the figure. (All
the wavelengths in this problem are for the given
medium of refractive index 4/3, ignore absorption.)
2. Find the light intensity at point O relative to maximum fringe intensity.
O
S
1
S
2
S

y

R



2R

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(A)
max
1
4
I (B)
max
5
4
I (C)
max
1
2
I (D)
max
3
4
I

3. A semicircular wire of radius R, carrying current I, is
placed in a magnetic field as shown in the figure. On left
side of XX ' , magnetic field strength is
0
B , and on right
side of XX ' , magnetic field strength is
0
2B . Both fields
are directed inside the page. The magnetic force
experienced by the wire would be
(A)
0
3IB R (B)
0
2IB R
(C)
0
10 IB R (D)
0
5 IB R

4. An semi infinitely long wire carrying current I is along Y-axis
such that its one end is at point A (0, b) while the wire
extends up to +. The magnitude of magnetic field strength
at point ( ) 0 a, is:
(A)
0
2 2
1
4
I b
a
a b

t
| |
+ |
|
+
\ .
(B)
0
2 2
1
4
I b
a
a b

t
| |
|
|
+
\ .

(C)
0
2 2
4
I b
a
a b

t
| |
|
|
+
\ .
(D) None of these


5. An inductor L and a resistor R are connected in series with a direct current source of emf E.
The maximum rate at which energy is stored in the magnetic field is
(A)
2
4
E
R
(B)
2
E
R
(C)
2
4E
R
(D)
2
2E
R

6. In the circuit shown, key (K) is closed at t = 0, the
current through the key at the instant
3
(10 ln2) s t

= is
(A) 2 A
(B) 3.5 A
(C) 2.5 A
(D) 0

7. In the circuit of Figure the source frequency is
2000 rad/s = . The current in the circuit will be

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(A) 2A
(B) 3.3 A
(C) 2 / 5 A
(D) 5 A

8. If S is stress and Y is Youngs modulus of material of a wire, the energy stored in the wire per unit
volume is
(A)
2
2S Y (B)
2
2
S
Y
(C)
2
2Y
S
(D)
2
S
Y

9. A thermodynamic process is shown in the figure. The pressures and
volumes corresponding to some points in the figure are:
4 4
A B
3 10 Pa 8 10 Pa p p = , =
3 3 3 3
A D
2 10 m 5 10 m V V

= , =
In process AB, 600 J of heat is added to the system and in process BC,
300 J of heat is added to the system. The change in internal energy of
the system in process AC would be

(A) 660 J (B) 800 J (C) 600 J (D) 640 J

10. In a meter bridge experiment, null point is obtained at 20 cm from one end of the wire when
resistance X is balanced against another resistance Y. If X < Y, then where will be the new
position of the null point from the same end, if one decides to balance a resistance of 4X against
Y?
(A) 50 cm (B) 80 cm (C) 40 cm (D) 70 cm

SECTION - II
MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE
This section contains 5 objective type questions with one or more correct answers. Each question has 4
choices A, B, C & D, out of which One or More Choices may be Correct.
11. A charged particle of unit mass and unit charge moves with velocity (8 6 ) m/s v i j = + in a
magnetic field of 2 T B k = . Choose the correct alternative(s).
(A) The path of the particle may be
2 2
4 21 0 x y x + =
(B) The path of the particle may be
2 2
25 x y + =
(C) The path of the particle may be
2 2
25 y z + =
(D) The time period of the particle will be 3.14 s.


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12. In the diagram shown, a light ray is incident on the lower medium boundary at an angle of 45
with the normal. Which of the following statements is (are) true?
(A) If
2
2 > , then angle of deviation is 45
(B) If
2
2 < , then angle of deviation is 90
(C) If
2
2 < , then angle of deviation is 135
(D) If
2
2 > , then angle of deviation is 0
13. A transparent slab of thickness t and refractive index is inserted in front of upper slit of
Youngs double slit experiment apparatus. The wavelength of light used is . Assume that there
is no absorption of light by the slab. Mark the correct statement(s).
(A) The intensity of dark fringes will be 0, if slits are identical.
(B) The change in optical path due to insertion of plate is t .
(C) The change in optical path due to insertion of plate is ( 1)t
(D) For making intensity zero at centre of screen, the thickness can be
5
2( 1)



14. A driver in a stationary car blows a horn which produces monochromatic sound waves of
frequency 1000 Hz normally towards a reflecting wall. The wall approaches the car with speed of
3.3 m/s. Speed of sound is 340 m/s.
(A) The frequency of sound reflected from wall and heard by the driver is 1020 Hz.
(B) The frequency of sound reflected from wall and heard by the driver is 980 Hz.
(C) The percentage increase in frequency of sound after reflection from wall is 2%
(D) The percentage decrease in frequency of sound after reflection from wall is 2%

15. A spring of spring constant k stores 5 J of energy when stretched by 25 cm. It is kept vertical with
one end fixed. A mass m is attached to the other end. It makes 5 oscillations per second. Then
(A) m = 0.16 kg (B) m = 0.32 kg (C) k = 160 N/m (D) k = 320 N/m

SECTION - III
INTEGER (SUBJECTIVE) TYPE
This section contains 5 integer (subjective) type questions. Each question has an integer answer
between 0 and 9.
16. A cylindrical tube of length 6.93 cm and inner and outer radii of 2.5 cm and 5 cm respectively
are covered with two identical hemispherical lids of same inner and outer radii. The materials of
lids and the tube is same of thermal conductivity of 0.5 cal/s-mK. An
energy source radiating 1256 cal/s is placed inside. The steady state
inside temperature is ( ) 10 in C u and surrounding temperature is 30 C .
Find the value u , given ln2 0.693 and 3.14 = t =

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17. Two wires are made of the same material and have the same volume. However, wire 1 has cross-
sectional area A and wire 2 has cross-sectional area 3A. If the length of wire 1 increases by x on
applying force F and force nF is needed to stretch wire 2 by the same amount, find n.

18. The reading of a spring balance when a block is suspended from it in air is 60 N. This reading is
changed to 40 N when the block is submerged in water. Find the specific gravity of the block.

19. Two coils, 1 and 2 have a mutual inductance M = 5 H and resistance R = 10 each. A current
flows in coil 1, which varies with time as:

2
1
2 I t = ,
where t is time. Find the total charge (in C) that has flown through coil 2 between t = 0 s and t =
2 s.

20. A solid sphere of radius R has a charge Q distributed in its volume with a charge density
a
kr = ,
where k and a are positive constants and r is the distance from its center. If the electric field at r
= R/2 is 1/8 times that at r = R, find the value of a.

Mock Test for JEE Advanced: Physics
Paper II

Maximum marks: Time allowed: 1 Hr
Instructions: The paper has three sections: Section I, Section II and Section III.
1. Section I contains 8 single correct answer type objective questions. Each question has 4 choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D), out of which only one is correct.
2. Section II contains 6 multiple (one or more) correct answer choice type questions. Each question has
4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which One or More may be correct.
3. Section III contains 6 multiple choice questions based on a paragraph. Each question has 4 choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which only one is correct.

SECTION - I
SINGLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE
This part contains 8 multiple choice questions with single correct answer. Each question has 4 choices A,
B, C & D, out of which Only One is Correct.
1. A glass sphere of radius R = 10 cm is kept inside water. A point object O is placed at 20 cm from
A as shown in the figure. Find the position and nature of the image (from B) when seen from
other side of the sphere. Given
g w
3/ 2 and 4 / 3 = = .
A
O
10 cm
B
20 cm

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(A) 200 cm, virtual
(B) 100 cm, real
(C) 100 cm, virtual
(D) 300 cm, virtual

2. A luminous object and a screen are at a fixed distance D apart. A converging lens of focal length
f is placed between the object and screen. A real image of the object is formed on the screen for
two positions of the lens separated by a distance d, then the ratio of the two image sizes for
these two position of the lens is:
(A)
2
2
2
(
(
+

D d
D d
(B)
2
( +
(


D d
D d
(C)
2
2
2
(
(
+

D d
D d
(D)
2
2
2
( +
(


D d
D d


3. Refractive index of a prism is 7 3 / and the angle of prism is 60 . The minimum angle of
incidence of a ray that will be transmitted through the prism is
(A) 30 (B) 45 (C) 15 (D) 50

4. In a Youngs double-slit experiment, the slit separation is 0.5 mm and the screen is 0.5 m away
from the slit. For a monochromatic light of wavelength 500 nm, the distance of third maxima
from the second minima on the other side of central maxima is
(A) 2.75 mm (B) 2.5 mm (C) 22.5 mm (D) 2.25 mm
5. A particle of charge q and mass m is projected with a velocity
0
v towards a circular region having
uniform magnetic field B perpendicular and into the plane of paper from point P as shown in
figure. R is the radius and O is the centre of the circular region.

If the line OP makes an angle u with the initial line of motion then the value of
0
v so that particle
passes through O is:
(A)
qBR
msinu
(B)
2
qBR
msinu
(C)
2qBR
msinu
(D)
3
2
qBR
msinu



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6. A particle of charge q and mass m starts moving from the origin under the action of an electric
field
0 0
and E E i B B i = = with a velocity
0
v v j = . The speed of the particle will become
0
2v
after a time:
(A)
0
2mv
t
qE
= (B)
0
2Bq
t
mv
= (C)
0
3Bq
t
mv
= (D)
0
3mv
t
qE
=

7. An electron is accelerated from rest through a potential difference V. This electron experiences a
force F in a uniform magnetic field. On increasing the potential difference to V' , the force
experienced by the electron in the same magnetic field becomes 2F. Then, the ratio ( ) V / V ' is
equal to:
(A) 1/4 (B) 2 (C) 1/2 (D) 4

8. A uniform current carrying ring of mass m and radius R is connected by
a mass less string as shown in figure. A uniform horizontal magnetic
field
0
B exists in the region to keep the ring in horizontal position, the
current in the ring is:
(A)
0
mg
RB t
(B)
0
mg
RB

(C)
0
3
mg
RB t
(D)
2
0
mg
R B t


SECTION II

MULTIPLE CORRECT ANSWERS TYPE
This section contains 6 objective type questions with one or more correct answers. Each question has 4
choices A, B, C & D, out of which One or More Choices may be Correct.
9. A smooth track in the form of a quarter circle of radius 6 m lies in the vertical plane. A particle moves
from P
1
to P
2
under the action of forces 1 2 , F F , and 3. F Force 1 F is always toward P
2
and is always 20
N in magnitude. Force 2 F always acts horizontal and is always 30 N in magnitude. Force 3 F always acts
tangentially to the track and is of magnitude 15 N. Select the correct alternative(s):


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(A) Work done by
1 F is 120 J
(B) Work done by
2 F is 180 J
(C) Work done by
3 F is 45t J
(D)
1 F is conservative in nature

10. A ball A collides elastically with an identical ball B with velocity 10 m/s at an angle of 30 from the
line joining their centers C
1
and C
2
. Select the correct alternative(s):

(A) velocity of ball A after collision is 5m/ s
(B) velocity of ball B after collision is
5 3
m/s
(C) both the balls move at right angles after collision
(D) kinetic energy will not be conserved here, because collision is not head on

11. For two satellite at distance R and 7R above the earths surface, the ratio of their:

(A) total energies is 4 and potential and kinetic energies is 2

(B) potential energies 4

(C) kinetic energies 4

(D) total energies is 4

12. White light is used to illuminate the two slits in a Youngs double slit experiment. The separation
between the slits is b and the screen is at a distance d (> b) from the slits. At a point on the screen directly
in front of one of the slits, certain wavelengths are missing. Some of these missing wavelengths are:

(A)
2
b
d
=
(B)
2
2b
d
=
(C)
2
3
b
d
=
(D)
2
2
3
b
d
=
13. Water flows in a river with a speed of 9 km/hr at the surface of a 3 m deep flow. The coefficient of
viscosity is 10
3
N. sec.m
2
. Then:

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(A) The viscous force is 10 N (B) The velocity gradient of flow is 0.83 s
1

(C) Shearing stress is 83 10
5
N/m
2
(D) Normal pressure is 83 N/m
2


14. An ideal gas is taken from the state A (pressure, P volume V) to the state B (pressure P/2, volume 2V)
along a straight line path in the PV diagram. Select the correct statement(s) from the following:

(A) The work done by the gas in the process A to B exceeds the work that would be done by it if the
system were taken from A to B along the isotherm

(B) In the TV diagram, the path AB becomes a part of a parabola

(C) In the PT diagram the path AB becomes a part of a parabola

(D) In going from A to B, the temperature T of the gas first increases to a maximum value and then
decreases


SECTION - III
COMPREHENSION TYPE

This section contains 2 groups of questions. Each group has 3 multiple choice questions based on a
paragraph. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B) , (C) and (D) for its answer, out of which ONLY ONE is
correct.
Passage for Questions Nos. 15 To 17
A cylindrical gas vessel is thermally insulated on all sides except for face A which is perfectly
conducting. The vessel is immersed inside a liquid bath maintained at a uniform temperature T
o

Inside the cylinder it is divided into two chambers A and B by a smooth, non-conducting piston which
is attached to face A by means of a spring of force constant k
0
. Initially monoatomic gas is filled in
each chamber such that the piston is in equilibrium at a mid-position of the cylinder and the spring is in a
relaxed state. The pressure, volume and temperature of gas in each of the chambers is recorded to be P
0
,
V
0
and T
0
respectively.
Now, the gas in the chamber B is gradually heated till the spring is compressed by an amount
0
4
l | |
|
\ .

, where
0
l is half the length of the full cylinder. The heating is discontinued at the instant the piston
attains equilibrium at its new position of
0
4
l | |
|
\ .
, to the left of the mid-position.

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From a detailed analysis of the different thermodynamical processes taking place in each of the two
chambers, answer the following questions

15. The work done by the gas in chamber B in order to move the piston by the distance
0
4
l | |
|
\ .
is equal to
(A)
2
0 0
32
k l

(B)
2
0 0 0 0
32 4
k l PV
+
(C)
2
0 0
0 0
4
log
32 3
e
k l
PV
| |
+
|
\ .

(D)
2
0 0 0 0
32 4
k l PV



16. The total heat supplied to the gas in chamber B is equal to

(A)
2
0 0
0 0
4
log
32 3
e
k l
PV
| |
+
|
\ .

(B)
2
0 0 0 0
1 4
1 log
2 3
e
k l PV
( | |
+ +
| (
\ .

(C)
2
0 0
0 0
4
1 log
32 3
e
k l
PV
( | |
+ +
| (
\ .

(D)
2
0 0 0 0
1 4
log
2 3
e
k l PV
| |
+
|
\ .


17. The total work done by the gas in chamber A plus the gas in chamber B is equal to
(A)
2
0 0
1
2
k l

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(B)
2
0 0
32
k l

(C)
2
0 0
0 0
4
log
32 3
e
k l
PV
| |
+
|
\ .

(D) Zero


Passage for Questions Nos. 18 to 20

All energies in this question are expressed in MeV (million electron volts) One MeV = 1.6 10
13
J, but it
is not necessary to know this to solve the problem. The mass M of an atomic nucleus with Z protons and
N neutrons (i.e. the mass number A = N +Z) is equal to sum of masses of the free constituent nucleons
(protons and neutrons) minus the binding energy B/c
2
.
2 2 2
p n
Mc Zm c Nm c B = +
The graph shown below plots the value of B/A for a given value of A, vs. A. The greater the value of B/A,
the more stable is the nucleus.


18. The energy released when two nuclei, each of mass number A = 15 are fused to form a heavier
nucleus of mass number A = 30, is

(A) 30 MeV (B) 24 MeV (C) 16 MeV (D) 8 MeV


19. Assume the part of the curve from A = 100 onwards to be a straight line. From the given data, for A>
100 the equation of B/A versus A is (choose the most appropriate option)

(A)
0.4
9.6MeV
50
B
A
A

= +
(B)
3.2
9.6MeV
200
B
A
A

= +
(C)
0.4
8.0MeV
50
B
A
A
= +
(D)
3.2
8.0MeV
200
B
A
A
= +


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20. The total binding energy of the alpha-particle is given by 25MeV
A
B = (this cannot be read off the
graph).Above a certain mass number A
o
, nuclei have binding energies which are always small enough to
allow the emission of alpha particles (A = 4). The equation of alpha-decay is

4 4
2 2
He
A A
Z Z
X Y

+
Use the equation derived in previous question, to estimate
A
o
.

(A) A
o
= 250
(B) A
o
= 211
(C) A
o
=120
(D) A
o
=160