JEE Main 2020 April/ September session papers were successfully conducted from September 1 – 6, 2020. JEE Main Paper Analysis shall highlight the difficulty level of the paper, section-wise analysis as per different slots, most asked topics, types of questions asked, and the reaction of the test takers and experts. Candidates can find the slot wise paper analysis here and determine the possible difficulty level of the remaining JEE Main September Session papers.
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JEE Main 2020 Paper Analysis (April/ September Session)
April/ September Session for JEE Main 2020 is scheduled for September 1 – 6, 2020. The B. Arch and B. Planning papers were held on September 1 and B.E./ B.Tech papers from September 2 – 6, 2020 in two shifts everyday. Candidates can check the day wise detailed analysis of JEE Main 2020 Question Papers here:
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 6 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
JEE Main September 6 morning session for BE/B.Tech was conducted successfully from 9:00 AM to 12: PM. Heres what test-takers said about the level of Paper-
Physics section was considered moderate to difficult and toughest in comparison to other two sections.
Questions from Optics, Modern Physics, Electrostatics and Magnetism, EMI and thermodynamics were asked in physics.
Numerical Questions in Physics were mostly asked from class 11th syllabus while theoretical portion was mainly from class 12th.
Mathematics section was moderate to difficult following the earlier trend. Questions were lengthy and that made the paper a bit tougher.
Questions from Calculus, Trignometry, Algebra and Geometry had more weightage. Conic section and 3-D had toughest questions.
Chemistry was again easiest of all the sections but had some tricky questions. NCERT based direct questions were asked.
Questions from Chemical bonding, Co-ordination compound, were asked majorly. Inorganic chemistry had most weightage.
An attempt of 38-42 questions will be considered safe score.
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 6 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
JEE Main 2020 September 6 Afternoon Session was held from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Opinions of the students are mentioned below.
Chemistry was easy just like all the previous sessions but organic chemistry was a little tough for most of the students. Questions from Physical chemistry were easy to moderate, Inorganic chemistry was easy.
Inorganic chemistry consisted of questions from Elements, Acid and Bases. In Physical Chemistry, questions from Enthalpy, thermodynamics, Mole concepts were asked.
Physics was considered to be tougher than maths and chemistry comparatively. Questions were conceptual and application-based just like the previous sessions. Numerical questions from mechanics were asked. No direct questions were asked.
Mathematics section was time-consuming therefore candidates believed it to be moderate to difficult level., No questions from integral calculus and circles were asked. Other sections of mathematics included questions from Vectors, Conic sections, Differential calculus, Algebra, etc.
An attempt of 40-42 questions in overall paper will be considered safe score.
JEE Main Sept 5 Analysis
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 5 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
B.E/B.Tech paper for morning shift of JEE Main September session Day 5 was conducted successfully from 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon.
Continuing with the trend for the current session so far, Physics came across as the toughest section to the candidates.
Most of the questions in Physics were application based and time consuming.
Numericals in the Physics questions were mostly from the syllabus of class 11th. Whereas, the theory based questions were from the syllabus of class 12th.
The initial reaction of candidates towards Mathematics was quite divided, some found it easy and for some, it was tougher than Physics as well.
Some questions in Mathematics were from the topics – Vectors, 3-D, Complex numbers, Integration, Calculus, Coordinate Geometry.
Chemistry had mostly factual questions, Chemical bonding and Coordination compounds proved to be important topics for the section.
As per the experts 36-40 questions with 90 percent accuracy can be counted as a good attempt.
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 5 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
JEE Main afternoon shift on September 5, 2020 was conducted as per schedule between 3.00 PM to 6.00 PM. Paper Analysis for the same is as follows:
Many candidates pointed out that questions specially from Chemistry and Maths were similar to NTA Abhyas app mock test questions, in terms of pattern and difficulty level.
Chemistry section had more questions from Inorganice chemistry than Organic.
As per experts, attempting 15-16 questions in Chemistry with 95% accuracy can be counted as a good attempt for the section.
Questions in the chemistry section were easy in terms of difficulty level, some candidates found the options to be very tricky.
Physics questions were found to be difficult and mostly calculative, electrostatics was given weightage.
Mathematics was scaled as easy to moderate as per difficulty level.
JEE Main Sept 4 Analysis
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 4 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
JEE Main B.E/B.Tech paper was conducted successfully from 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon, paper analysis for the same is as follows:
As per the intial reaction of the test takers, mathematics was easy to moderate, physics was moderate and chemistry was easy in terms of difficulty level.
Some candidates also observed that a lot of questions were quite similar to the mock tests of NTA Abhyas App.
Physics and Mathematics, both of these sections were found to be lengthy.
Molecular orbital theory was an important topic for the chemistry section.
Some topics from which questions were asked in Mathematics were calculus, measurements and 3-D geometry.
As per the experts, overall 35-45 questions with around 90% accuracy can be considered a good attempt for the paper.
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 4 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
Day 4 of JEE Main September session papers concluded successfully with the afternoon shift of B.E/B.Tech paper, the exam analysis as per the test takers is as follows:
The paper overall was found to be of easy to moderate difficulty level, physics being the most complex section.
Most of the candidates found mathematics easy surprisingly, length of the section of however was a concern for the candidates.
Chemistry overall was scaled easy in terms of difficulty level, specially questions from organic chemistry were found to be easy by candidates.
Organic chemistry contributed around 6-7 questions to the chemistry section.
There were a few tricky questions from chemistry in everyday life.
Physics sections had some questions from mechanics, magnetism, electrostatics etc.
Candidates who had also appeared for the January 2020 section found the paper much easier comparatively.
JEE Main Sept 3 Analysis
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 3 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
B.E/B.Tech paper for morning shift of JEE Main september session Day 2 was conducted successfully from 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon.
Mathematics was observed to be toughest section in terms of the difficulty level.
The paper was overall of a moderate difficulty level as per the initial reactions of the test takers.
Some candidates mentioned that more weightage was given to class 11th syllabus.
Numerical answer value based questions were particularly found to be lengthy.
Physics was scaled as moderate in terms of difficulty level, and chemistry the easiest of the 3 sections.
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 3 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
B.E/B.Tech Paper for the afternoon Shift was held successfully from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. This is how the exam was according to the examinees.
Mathematics Paper was lengthy and tricky just like the previous sessions. Questions from calculus had more weightage.
Vectors, 3-D Geometry, Complex numbers, Conic Sections questions were also asked.
Chemistry was again easiest of all sections. Direct questions from NCERT were asked.
Around 7 questions from organic chemistry were asked. Integer type questions were a little tough and lengthy. Physical Chemistry was easy.
Physics was considered moderate and based on the application of concepts.
Questions from Modern Physics, Electromagnetism, Electrostatics and Rotational motion, were asked in physics.
Overall Paper was moderate level, and easier in comparison to January session.
JEE Main Sept 2 Analysis
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 2 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
Morning shift on September 2 concluded between 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon. B.E/ B. Tech paper is divided into three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
The paper was overall of a moderate to difficult in terms of level of difficulty.
Physics was found to be the toughest section by the test takers.
Direct questions from NCERT were also spotted by candidates.
Mathematics was found to be of a moderate level but time consuming.
Some candidates pointed out that more weightage was given to class 12th syllabus.
Mathmatics section questions were observed to be well spread out among all the topics.
Chemistry was the easiest of the three sections. However some of the questions from the section were found to be tricky.
Numerical value answer based questions were difficult to solve, while the paper was seen as easier in comparison to January session.
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 2 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis for B.E/B.Tech
JEE Main Afternoon shift for B.E/B.Tech paper was conducted from 3.00 PM to 6.00 PM. Here is an analysis based on the reaction of the test takers:
The difficulty level of the paper was almost similar to the January session.
Mathematics was observed as the most difficult section out of the three. Around 12 questions were asked from Class 11th and 13 questions were asked from Class 12th syllabus.
A couple of questions in maths were from the topic Vectors, five questions from Coordinate geometry and 4 questions from Algebra.
Chemistry was found to be easy with direct questions from NCERT. Questions from Bio-molecule test were asked from Organic Chemistry.
Chemistry consisted of 12 questions from class 11th and 13 questions from class 12th syllabus. 8 questions were asked from Organic, 9 from inorganic, and 8 from physical chemistry.
The paper was time consuming. A lot of candidates complained about not being able to attempt the number of questions as they per their plan.
Physics section was scaled moderate in terms of difficulty level by the candidates.
In Physics around 11 questions were asked from Class 11th and 14 questions from Class 12th Syllabus. Five questions were asked from Mechanics and four from thermodynamics and three from Optics.
JEE Main Sept 1 Analysis
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 1(Morning Shift) Paper Analysis for B. Arch
The morning shift for JEE Main B. Arch Paper has been successfully concluded, it was held from 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon. Students have informed that the COVID-19 safety measures were followed well. As per the initial reaction of the test takers the paper was of a moderate difficulty level.
Mathematics, as expected was the toughest section, whereas Aptitude and drawing sections were easy.
Some topics from which questions were asked in Mathematics were hyperbola, measurements and 3-D geometry.
Aptitude section had questions from patterns and sequence, top view, front view
There were general knowledge questions as well.
Majority of the questions were from standard syllabus of 11th and 12th.
As for the drawing section, one question involved one of Highway scene or Potrait of your favourite teacher and the other question involved drawing an aesthetic composition using rectangles.
Numerical value answer based questions were found to be lengthy as compared to JEE Main B. Arch paper in the January session.
JEE Main 2020 – Sept 1(Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis for B. Arch and B. Planning
The afternoon shift was conducted from 3.00 PM to 6.00 PM.
The overall difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate.
Drawing section was quite easy and had questions involving tasks like making a composition out of a shape or drawing a building, top and front view.
Mathematics was a bit tricky, lengthy and involved questions from topics – integrations, area bounded, differentiation questions. Matrices' questions were easy, while questions from functions were moderate.
Aptitude section was found to be easy by a majority of the test takers.
B. Planning Mathematics was moderate level, while aptitude and planning were comparatively easy.
General knowledge questions were also asked, like- where is Notre Dame cathedral located?
JEE Main 2020 Jan Analysis
JEE Main 2020 Paper Analysis (January Session)
JEE Main 2020 January session was conducted between 6 – 9, 2020. Candidates appearing for thecoming session can check JEE Main Paper Analysis for B.E/ B. Tech, B. Arch and B. Planning papers for all the shifts of January 2020 session and previous year papers here. The overall analysis of JEE Main 2020 January B.E/ B.Tech Paper is tabulated below:
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 9 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis
January 9, 2020 was the last day for JEE Main 2020 January session, morning shift B.E/ B. Tech paper was successfully conducted between 9.30 AM to 12.30 PM.
Physics section was found to be the toughest by the test takers, with a lot of formula based questions.
Mathematics as per candidates was easy in terms of difficulty level but it was time consuming and thus attempting the desired number of questions over all in paper was challenging.
Chemistry questions were mostly from NCERT with some tricky portions.
There were 4-5 questions in Mathematics from Calculus.
Most asked topics in Physics were Thermodynamics, modern physics, resistance and fluids.
Chemistry had questions from Coordination compounds. There were about 6-8 questions from inorganic chemistry with a majority of questions from organic chemistry.
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 9 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis
B.E/ B.Tech paper on January 9, 2020 afternoon session was the last paper of January 2020 session. Afternoon paper was similar to the same day morning shift paper in terms of level of difficulty with physics being the toughest section.
Chemistry once again was observed to be the easiest section. A majority of Organic chemistry questions were from the exercises given in NCERT.
Mathematics was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level with high weightage given to class XII syllabus.
Physics was the most difficult section, and as per test takers more weightage was given to class XI syllabus in the physics section.
Most asked questions in mathematics were Vector, 3D, Probability, AP etc. Centre of mass and moment of inertia are some of the topics asked in Physics.
Numerical value based questions were conceptual and easy to solve, if candidates had a clear conceptual base.
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 8 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis
B.E/ B.Tech paper on January 8, 2020 was conducted as per schedule, despite of the Bharat Bandh strike. Candidates were advised to start early for the exam centers as finding transportation could have been an issue in the morning. Question paper was seen as of moderate difficulty level with mathematics being the most time consuming section.
Numerical value based questions for mathematics were found easy by the candidates, however most of the candidates suggest that test takers should save 90 minutes for the maths section as attempting the desired number of questions can be challenging.
Question paper was fairly spread put over the syllabus of Class XI and XII. For physics, some test takers had the opinion that class XII syllabus was given more weightage.
Chemistry section which is generally found easy in terms of difficulty level was surprisingly tough this time. Candidates weren’t expecting a lot of questions from inorganic chemistry, but there was a fair amount from the same.
A specific question from chemistry was from environmental chemistry regarding greenhouse gases. There were 2-3 questions from ionization enthalpy.
Mathematics had questions from Matrix and Determinants, Vector and 3D, Arithmetic Progression, Parabola, Calculus, Conic sections etc.
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 8 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis
JEE Main afternoon shift on January 8, 2020 was conducted as per schedule between 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM. Paper Analysis for the same is as follows:
Physics was seen as the toughest section by a majority of the test takers, with more of conceptual questions.
Chemistry was a relieving section as most of the chemistry section was from NCERT, and thus was not very time taking for candidates.
Candidates complained about not being able to solve the desired number of questions in mathematics. The section was of a moderate difficulty level but very time-consuming.
Candidates pointed out that class XI course was given more importance in mathematics.
Numerical Value based questions were overall easy in terms of level of difficulty.
Physics section had a lot of questions from electromagnetism. Chemistry section was dominated by organic chemistry questions.
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 7 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis
JEE Main 2020 January Session commenced on January 6, 2020. B.E/B. Tech papers are scheduled for January 7-9, 2020. Morning shift on January 7 concluded between 9.30 PM to 12.30 PM. B.E/ B. Tech paper is divided into three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Chemistry was observed as the easiest section out of all 3 sections. Some candidates found maths and others found physics to be the toughest.
Paper was seen as easier than last year’s JEE Main Question Papers.
Numerical value based questions were of a moderate difficulty level.
Some questions in mathematics were very high in terms of difficulty level and the section as a whole was found to be time consuming.
Most asked topics in Mathematics were Parabola, quadratic equations, circles, probability, permutation and combination etc. Questions from calculus were high in terms of difficulty level.
Most asked questions in Chemistry were quantum numbers, chemical bonds etc.
Wave optics, projectile, resistance, magnetic field, modern physics etc were the most asked topics in Physics.
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 7 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis
The timings for the afternoon shift were 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM. B.E/ B. Tech paper was again described as easier when compared with the previous year JEE Main Question Papers.
Physics was described as the toughest section conceptually. Mathematics was also high in terms of difficulty level and time-consuming at the same time, since most of the questions were from NCERT in chemistry, it was scaled easy in terms of difficulty level by the candidates.
Class XI and XII syllabus was distributed in a balanced way across the paper. However, mathematics section had more questions from Class XII syllabus.
Numerical value-based questions were tough for physics and easy for chemistry. But it got challenging to attempt these questions in mathematics as the section was lengthy and therefore time-consuming.
Mathematics had 3-4 questions from integrations and as shared by test takers, they were all easy to attempt. Probability questions in maths were also easy.
Weightage of organic chemistry was more in this year’s paper in comparison to the last year. Whereas, there were just 2-3 questions from inorganic chemistry.
There were a couple of questions from Newton’s law of cooling.
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 6 (Morning Shift) Paper Analysis
The morning shift of JEE Main 2020 January session successfully commenced on January 6, 2020. 1,38,409 candidates have registered for B. Arch paper and 59,003 have registered for B. Planning paper. B.Arch and B. Planning papers are being conducted in two shifts on January 6, 2020. As per the initial reactions of the candidates, mathematics section was found to be the toughest. Detailed JEE Main Paper Analysis is as follows:
JEE Main B. Arch Paper Mathematics
Candidates found the mathematics section to be high in terms of difficulty level. Questions were asked from both, maths syllabus of XI and XII. However, as per a lot of test takers, there was more weightage to class XI syllabus in mathematics. Most asked topics were 3D coordinate geometry, distance, etc. There were fewer questions from integration and differentiation.
JEE Main B. Arch Paper Drawing
Candidates had to answer 2 questions in the drawing section. The second question had 3 choices out of which, one had to be attempted by the candidate. Questions were based on topics like cylinder, school playground, gymnast, grandparents' face etc. Overall the drawing section was found to be difficult by most of the test takers.
JEE Main B. Arch Aptitude
In comparison to the mathematics and drawing sections, aptitude section was found to be comparatively easier by the test takers. Mirror image, 3D figures were some of the asked topics. Some specific questions from the Aptitude section were regarding the location of the Konark temple, correct size of a door, texture of a mirror etc.
JEE Main 2020 January Session- January 6 (Afternoon Shift) Paper Analysis
JEE Main afternoon shift is scheduled between 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM. For candidates taking both B. Arch and B. Planning, the exam will end at 6.00 PM. As expected, candidates found the mathematics section to be the toughest. Planning section was introduced for the first time and a majority of candidates found it easy.
Difficulty Level Analysis
Difficulty Level Analysis of JEE Main 2020 January Session
A basic distribultion of number of questions in terms of difficulty level of B.E/ B. Tech paper of JEE Main January session is tabulated below:
Distribution of marks in terms of difficulty level of B.E/ B. Tech paper of JEE Main January session 2020 is tabulated below:
Question Attempting Insights
Question Attempting Insights to Clear JEE Main Cut off
Candidates appearing for JEE Main must have certain strategies for time management, selection of questions and accuracy. All these factors are interdependent on each other and essential for a successful attempt. Candidates should have clarity on how many questions they aim to attempt. They should also have a rough picture on what topics they can or can not attempt.
With the increasing competition in JEE Main, it is a must for the candidates to set specific targets. Here are some section-wise tips which can assist you in finding the accurate paper attempting approach:
Mathematics: Mathematics level has been easy to moderate since 3 years and topics like Matrices, Vector 3D, Determinants are some of the high scoring topics. Questions from Height and Distance and Trigonometry have not been asked from these chapters in recent years.
A person is likely to score 45-50 marks if he/she attempts 20 questions in Mathematics with 60% accuracy provided the candidate attempts all integer questions(non-negative questions). More emphasis should be laid on attempting integer questions rather than single choice questions.
Physics: For the last 5 years, Physics has been the toughest section of all which includes a lot of lengthy questions. The numerical part of the paper is generally asked from 11th standard whereas the conceptual part is mostly from 12th standard. One must concentrate more on the latter as it is a comparatively scoring part.
With a 70% accuracy, if a candidate attempts 15 questions of Physics section, he/she can score more than 30 marks.
Chemistry: The Chemistry section is believed to be the easiest one where organic and inorganic questions are more of conceptual type. These questions should be given more focus due to direct correspondence with respective options.
If a candidate is able to attempt 22 Chemistry questions with 80% accuracy, he/she can score more than 60 marks.
Weightage and Topic wise Notes
JEE Main Weightage and Topic-wise Notes
After analysing the past year papers of JEE Main, we have come up with a list of most important topics for JEE Main. Candidates can also check the detailed topic wise notes which have been written with extensive research for all the 3 sections – Chemistry, Physics and Maths. Considering candidates are not being able to attend coaching classes, they can go through JEE Main topic-wise notes for better conceptual clarity.
Tabulated below are the notes for all the 3 sections along with the topic-wise weightage. Candidates can click on the links to access the notes:
A total of 9,58,619 students had registered for JEE Main 2019. However, more than 15% students dropped out from Paper 2. A total of 42,968 students availed the EWS reservation. All sections were conducted in online computer-based mode.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 12 – Evening Shift)
Chemistry section for most of the test takers was the easiest out of all the 3. Organic chemistry occupied a considerable position in the questions.
Physics questions were time-consuming and considered the toughest out of all the sections. Most of the questions were formula based, with less weightage to the theoretical bit.
Complex numbers and coordinate geometry were some of the highlights of the mathematics paper.
Question paper was fairly distributed covering most of the syllabus.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 12 – Morning Shift)
Difficulty level for morning shift was considered moderate.
Physics retained the tag of being the toughest among all the sections, most of the questions as expected were formula based.
A considerable number of questions in the mathematics section were from Calculus, the section was observed as lengthy by test takers.
Chemistry was a scoring paper with direct questions from NCERT Books of class 11 and 12.
Note: There was no exam on April 11 due to general elections in 20 states.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 10 – Morning Shift)
Physics was once again the toughest paper, rotational mechanics and dynamics were one of the few highlighted topics in JEE Main Question Paper.
Mathematics paper was of moderate difficulty level, compromising of most of the questions were from integration and circles.
Following the previous year trends, chemistry was again observed as the easiest out of the 3 sections.
Experts have predicted the cut off for common rank list to be between 70 – 75.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 10 – Evening Shift)
This slot paper was easier than the paper sets of previous slots.
Mathematics paper was comparatively softer to the students.
While Physics challenged their aptitude by various application-based questions.
Chemistry was easy, However, overall exam was lengthy.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 9 – Morning Shift)
Students referred to the overall paper as moderate to difficult.
There are mixed reactions for Chemistry paper. Some found it tougher than expected while others said it was easy as direct questions were asked from NCERT books.
Physics paper majorly followed NCERT syllabus and was lengthy.
Mathematics paper had moderate difficulty level with some tricky questions.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 9 – Evening Shift)
Following the exam trend, experts say that students should start the paper with Chemistry section to manage the time well.
A student said that Mathematics was the toughest, lengthy and time-consuming section having questions from Calculus and Trigonometry.
At the same time, Physics had a high complexity level with many application-based questions.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 8 – Morning Shift)
In shift 2, Mathematics surpassed the difficulty level of Physics paper.
Physics was moderate but a time-consuming paper, magnetics was an important topic in the paper.
Chemistry section was again the easiest section with direct questions from the book.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis (April 8 – Evening Shift)
Mathematics was moderate to difficult paper with a few repeated questions from previous year question papers.
Physic paper had most number of questions from Mechanics and Electrostatic and Magnetism topis.
Chemistry section: As expected by students, Chemistry was the easiest paper among the three as it had 5 to 6 direct questions from class 11 and 12 NCERT Books.
JEE Main 2019 Paper II Analysis
JEE Main Paper 2 was conducted on April 7, 2019 in two shifts. A total of 1,80,052 candidates registered for the paper.
Mathematics and General Aptitude section were conducted in CBT mode.
Mathematics section: Quesions from Calculus dominated this section, no question was similar to January paper. Test takers had mixed reactions as some found this paper difficult while others said it was expected.
General Aptitude section: Tricky questions on identifying the top view, front view of 3D objects and shapes were asked. Also, there were 10 – 15 questions on GK like full form of ISRO or NASA and also location of places with architectural importance.
Drawing section: the difficulty level was easy according to students.
In first question, students were asked to make something out of a cube with their creativity and imagination.
In the second question, they were given a flower which had to be replicated.
While in the third question, students had to draw a rear view of professor teaching a class of students.
JEE Main offline and online exam was successfully conducted in 2 shifts in India and abroad on April 8 & 15 respectively. The paper analysis intends to help candidates understand what the academia thinks of the question paper. At the JEE Main exam center, metal detectors were used to ensure candidates were not carrying any unfair material. The candidates were even asked to remove their belt and shoes. Check the analysis of JEE Main Paper 1 below-
JEE Main 2018 Paper was tougher than JEE Main 2017.
The most difficult section in the exam was Physics. Candidates had a tough time to solve few of the questions.
Easiest of all was Chemistry section. Candidates did not have to think out of the box to solve it. Many of the questions were direct.
Mathematics section was moderate in level of difficulty. But many students found Mathematics as tough and a lengthy paper.
This time, the distribution of questions from class 11 was comparatively higher than class 12 for Mathematics.
Topics that were found easy: Integration, Conic Sections, Semi-Conductor, Optics.
Electrodynamics and Mechanics flooded the questions in Physics.
JEE Main 2017 Paper Analysis
JEE Main 2017 was conducted on April 2 for offline mode and April 8 & 9 for online mode.
Paper 1 had 90 questions distributed equally among 3 sections – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Candidates with good preparation found the exam to be of moderate difficulty.
The difficulty level of Mathematics was maximum followed by Physics and Chemistry.