This is a very unique feature of our questions and examinations available and developed by Examinations Hub. Levels of difficulty is maintained by our QA representative. Levels of difficulty of are derivatives of subject and academic level. In English language, for example, these will be the categories of questions:
Easy questions: Simple nouns and first form of verbs will make easy questions.
Moderately difficult questions: Sentences with present tense or present continuous tense will make sentences of moderate difficulty.
Difficult questions: Questions involving active & passive voice, direct & indirect speech and sentences with past participle form of verbs will make difficult questions.
In Physics, for example these will be the categories:
Easy questions: Questions pertaining to molecular arrangements, levels of energy, conductors, semi-conductors and insulators and introduction to direct current will be easy questions.
Moderately difficult questions: Introduction to electrostatics and magnetism, Newton’s laws, alternate current, transformers, principles of generators and motors will make questions of medium difficulty.
Difficult questions: Questions involving circular & rotational motions, gravitation, oscillations, wave motion, wave theory of light and kinetic theory of gases & radiations will be difficult questions. Also addition of mathematical calculations of various natures will make physics questions to be difficult.