JEE Main Paper Analysis 2024 Session 2 (OUT): Subject-wise Difficulty level, Expected Cutoff, Chapterwise Weightage

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JEE Main 2024 Paper Analysis: NTA has conducted the JEE Main 2024 April 9 Shift 1 and 2 Paper. Candidates can check here JEE Main 2024 Paper Analysis by subject experts and students who had appeared in the exam. Candidates can also check here JEE Main April 8 shift 1 and 2 exam analysis. As per per initial reactions from students who appeared in the exam, JEE Main April 8 Shift 1 Paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level. Physics and Chemistry questions were easy whereas the Mathematics part was easy to moderate. The detailed JEE Main 2024 April 8 Shift 1 Paper analysis can be checked below.

JEE Main April 6 Shift 1 and 2 exam analysis is also available. JEE Main April 6 shift 1 and 2 paper analysis is available now. The JEE Main April 5 paper analysis shift 1 and 2 is also available. According to the students, the JEE Main 5 April paper was of moderate difficulty. The paper was comparatively easier than the JEE Main 2024 Janaury session. In the paper, the Physics section was easy while Mathematics was lengthy and of moderate difficulty. The Chemistry section had more theoretical questions and the maximum number of questions asked were from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Coaching institutes such as FIITJEE and Aakash have released the JEE Main 2024 April paper analysis.

Candidates can also check here the JEE Main April 4 Shift 1 and 2 paper analysis. According to the paper analysis, the JEE Main April 4 2024 paper was moderate in difficulty. The Mathematics section was lengthy and tough, and Chemistry and Physics were comparatively easier. In the Chemistry section, Organic Chemistry questions were dominant. Overall, JEE Main 2024 paper for April 4 Shift 1 and 2 was of the same difficulty level. 

The JEE Main paper analysis 2024 is provided by the subject experts based on students who will appear for the JEE Main 2024 exam. It will help students to know the difficulty level of questions and topics with weightage. NTA is conducting the JEE Main 2024 session 2 exam on April 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 for BE/BTech papers in two shifts (9 am to 12 pm and 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm). The BArch/Bplan paper will be held on April 12 in one shift (9 am to 12 pm). 

Until the session 2 exams are held, candidates can check here the JEE Main 2024 Paper Analysis for the exam held on January 27, 29, 30, 31, and February 1. In JEE Main session 1, as per the JEE Main 2024 exam analysis by subject experts, the overall difficulty level of the exam was easy to moderate. Questions from Mathematics were lengthy in most shifts/days, Physics was moderate while Chemistry was easy. The exam was held in two daily shifts: the morning shift from 9 am to 12 pm and the evening shift from 3 pm to 6 pm.

In this article, candidates can check below JEE Main 2024 January session live paper analysis videos which include question-solving, paper analysis, chapter-wise weightage, subject-wise, and overall exam difficulty level. 

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The official JEE Main answer key 2024 session 2 has been released. NTA JEE Main 2024 Answer Key session 2 is available on the official website jeemain.nta.ac.in. Candidates can login to the website and download their NTA answer key 2024 session 2. Coaching institutes have released the JEE Main 2024 Session 2 Answer key on memory-based question paper and the same can be checked here. 

 

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JEE Main 2024 question paper PDF are available now for April 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 exams. The JEE Main April Question Paper PDF has been released by coaching institutes on memory-based questions from students who appeared in the exam. The official JEE Main question paper 2024 session 2 will be released by the NTA on the official website jeemain.nta.ac.in.

 

JEE Main 2024 Paper Analysis Session 2 (April)

JEE Main 2024 April 9 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

Mathematics: Moderate in difficulty. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Algebra. Questions asked from Matrices -2 ques, 3 D Geometry & Vectors-4 ques, Permutation & Combination, Probability-2 ques, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Composite Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle, Ellipse amongst Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Algebra. A few questions were reported as Lengthy & Tricky.
 
Physics: Easy to Moderate. Questions were asked from Kinematics, SHM, Work, Power & Energy, Gravitation, Laws of Motion,  Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Magnetism, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, , Atoms & Nuclei. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Numerical based questions were Lengthy and Easy
 
Chemistry: Easy. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry were given more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Chemical Bonding, d & f Block elements, Stoichiometry, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Carboxylic Acids, with mixed concept questions. Some fact-based questions from NCERT were asked.
 

JEE Main April 8 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

Mathematicc: Easy to Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Matrices -2 ques, 3 D Geometry, Vectors-2 ques, Permutation & Combination, Probability-2 ques, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function-3 ques, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle ,  Hyperbola amongst Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Algebra. A few questions were reported as Lengthy & Easy.
 
Physics: Easy . Questions were asked from Kinematics, Centre of Mass, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Optics, Capacitance, Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical based questions were Lengthy and Easy. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked.
 
Chemistry: Easy. Organic Chemistry were given more weightage compared to Physical &Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Periodic Table, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Chemical Bonding, d & f Block elements, Stoichiometry, Chemical Kinetics, Thermodynamics, General Organic Chemistry- 4 questions, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Carboxylic Acids, with mixed concept questions. Some fact-based questions from NCERT were asked.

JEE Main 2024 April 6 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

Overall difficulty  Moderate
Physics difficulty level Easy and Formula based
Maths difficulty level Moderate and Lengthy
Chemistry difficulty level Easy. Numerical questions from Physical Chemistry. Overall balanced
Topics asked in Maths

Vectors 3D
Calculus
Probability
Complex Numbers
Functions
Limits
Differential Equation

Topics asked in Physics

Motion and time

Mecahnics

Modern Physics (2 to 3 ques)

Topics asked in Chemistry Chemical Bonding
d & f Block elements
Coordination Compounds
p-block elements
Chemical Kinetics, etc.

JEE Main 2024 April 6 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

Overall difficulty  Moderate
Physics difficulty level Easy to Moderate
Maths difficulty level Doable and Lengthy
Chemistry difficulty level Easy, Questions asked from Physical Chemistry was less, Organic and Inorganic was balanced
Topics asked in Maths To be updated
Topics asked in Physics

Kinematics, Gravitation, Circular Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, Semi-Conductors

Topics asked in Chemistry Chemical Bonding, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides, Coordination Compounds, Stoichiometry, Periodic Table, Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure

JEE Main 2024 April 5 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions from Circle, Parabola & Hyperbola with mixed concept questions in Coordinate Geometry.  In Calculus, questions were asked on Limits, Application of Derivative, Indefinite Integral, Differential Equations, and Area. In Algebra, questions asked from Complex Numbers, Progressions, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants- 2 ques Probability, Vector-2 ques & 3D Geometry- 2 ques. Few MCQs and numerical-based questions had lengthy calculations and were tricky.
  • Physics – This section was easy. Questions were asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters on Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Gravitation, SHM & waves, Heat & Thermodynamics,  Rotational Motion, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Induction, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical-based questions were easy. Physics was balanced and easy.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more weightage as compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Physical Chemistry had questions from Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry & Chemical Equilibrium.  Inorganic Chemistry had questions from Coordination Compounds, d & f -block elements & Chemical Bonding. Some NCERT fact-based questions were asked which made it easy for students.

JEE Main 2024 April 5 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – The section was moderately tough. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on the chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Matrices & Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle, Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as lengthy and tricky. Few students reported errors in 2 questions with insufficient data.
  • Physics – This section was easy. Questions were asked from Kinematics, Gravitation (2 Questions), Rotational Motion (2 Questions), Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical-based questions were lengthy but easy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked.
  • Chemistry – Easy. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, d & f Block elements, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, General Organic Chemistry (4 questions), Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides with mixed concept questions. Some fact-based questions from NCERT were asked.

JEE Main 2024 April 5 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL)

  • Mathematics - This section was moderate to difficult based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus were dominant followed by Vectors & 3D, Matrices and Determinants. Questions were also asked from Quadratic Equations and Binomial Theorem in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The quality of the questions was good and the paper was a bit lengthy because of the Maths part. In comparison to the 11th and 12th class syllabi, most of the questions were from the 12th syllabus only.
  • Physics - According to the feedback received from students, the Physics part was easy. Questions from Thermodynamics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Modern Physics and Electrostatistics were duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy. 
  • Chemistry - Most of the questions were theoretical with a maximum number of questions asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Electrochemistry, Equilibrium, and Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, p-block were asked. Overall, the coverage of the chapters was uniform. Almost all the questions are more or less related to or asked from NCERT only.

JEE Main 2024 April 4 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – The section was moderately tough. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions from Circle, Parabola & Hyperbola with mixed concept questions in Coordinate Geometry. In Calculus, questions were asked from Limits, Application of Derivative, Definite Integral, Differential Equations, Area. In Algebra, questions asked from Complex Numbers, Progressions- 2 ques, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants, Probability & Vector & 3D Geometry-. Few MCQs & numerical based questions had lengthy calculations and were tricky.
  • Physics – This section was easy. Questions were asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters on Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Rotational Motion, Optics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical-based questions were easy. The Physics section was balanced and easy.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more weightage as compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Physical Chemistry had questions from Atomic Structure, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry & Chemical Equilibrium. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from d & f -block elements, Coordination Compounds & Chemical Bonding. Some NCERT fact-based questions were asked which made it easy for students.

JEE Main 2024 April 4 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – The section was moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on the chapters of Calculus & Algebra. More than one question was asked from Vectors, 3 D Geometry, Differential Equations & Conic Sections. In Calculus, questions were asked about Functions, Continuity & Differentiability, Definite Integral, Area, and Differential Equations. In Algebra- Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Permutation & Combination, Statistics, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants. In Coordinate Geometry, questions are asked from Parabola, Ellipse & Hyperbola with mixed concepts. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. A few questions were reported as lengthy and tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from Kinematics, Gravitation, Circular Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism-2 questions, Wave Optics, Current Electricity-2 questions, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, and Semiconductors. Both MCQs & Numerical-based questions were lengthy and easy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt the Physics section was balanced as per the coverage of chapters.
  • Chemistry – Easy. Organic & Physical Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding- 2 questions, General Organic Chemistry-2 questions, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides mixed concept type questions, Coordination Compounds, Stoichiometry, and Periodic Table. Some questions were directly asked from the NCERT Textbook, which made this section easy.

JEE Main 2024 April 4 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL)

Overall, NTA followed the same level of difficulty of JEE Main 2024 Session 2 as Session 1. The paper was of moderate level due to the lengthy questions in Maths. In this paper, Physics was on the easier side whereas Chemistry was on the easy to moderate side. Mathematics was moderate to difficult and lengthy with calculative questions.

  • Chemistry - The paper was more or less balanced in terms of difficulty level as well as the number of questions from the three sections. Questions from prominent chapters like Chemical Kinetics, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, Electrochemistry, and Thermodynamics were asked. P-block chemistry was dominant in the paper. Overall, the coverage of the chapters was uniform. Among the 11th and 12th class topics, there were more questions from the 12th class syllabus. The paper was by and large based on NCERT books.
  • Physics - This section was on the easier side and the questions from almost all the chapters were asked. Questions from Modern Physics, Mechanics, Electrostatics and Current electricity were there in the paper. The coverage of the questions was almost equal with more number of questions asked from the 12th class.
  • Mathematics - The Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult level. A good number of questions were asked from Calculus. Integer-type questions were lengthy in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Questions were both lengthy and calculative which took a lot of time to solve.

JEE Main 2024 April 4 Shift 1 Paper Analysis (Student Reactions)

  • Moderate difficult paper
  • Maths - Lengthy and difficult. There were more questions on Statistics, 3D and Vector.
  • Physics - Moderate and a bit lengthy.
  • Chemistry - Easy. There were more questions from Organic Chemistry.

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JEE Main 2024 Session 1 Paper Analysis

JEE Main 1 February Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics: This section was of moderate difficulty. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Co-ordinate Geometry had questions from Circle, Parabola, Ellipse & Hyperbola. In Algebra, questions were asked about Matrices & Determinants, Probability, Statistics, Complex Numbers, Progressions- 2 questions, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Vector- 2 questions, and 3D Geometry- 3 questions. In Calculus, questions were asked about Continuity and Differentiability, Differential Equations, Definite Integral & Area. Few MCQs & numerical-based questions had lengthy calculations and were tricky.
  • Physics: This section was easy to moderate. Questions were asked from almost all chapters. Weightage was given to Current Electricity and Magnetism. Some good questions from chapters on Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Gravitation,  Electrostatics, Optics, Modern Physics, and Semiconductors. Numerical-based questions were lengthy but easy. The Physics section had more questions from the 12th standard.
  • Chemistry: The section was easy. Inorganic and Organic Chemistry had more weightage. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Biomolecules.  Physical Chemistry had questions from Mole Concepts, Thermodynamics & Chemical Kinetics.  Inorganic Chemistry had questions about Coordination Compounds, Chemical Bonding, d & f block elements & Periodicity. Some direct NCERT fact-based questions were asked. 

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JEE Main 1 February Shift 2 Paper Analysis by Aakash

  • Mathematics - This section was moderate to difficult level. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors and 3D. Integer-type questions were lengthy. Almost all the topics were covered. Questions were both lengthy and tricky which took a lot of time to solve.
  • Physics - This section was of moderate level as some good questions were present in the paper. Questions from Modern Physics, Mechanics, Electromagnetism and Current electricity were present in the paper. Current electricity was prominent in the paper. The coverage of the questions was almost equal in the 11th and 12th standard.
  • Chemistry - Very few questions in this shift were asked from Physical chemistry. Most of the questions were from Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Coordinate Bonding, coordination compounds and d-block were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Among the 11th and 12th standards, more questions are asked from the 12th class syllabus.

JEE Main 1 February Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on chapters on Calculus & Algebra. More than one question was asked from Vectors, 3D Geometry, Differential Equations & Conic Sections. In Calculus, questions asked from Continuity & Differentiability, Area, and Differential Equations. In Algebra- Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Permutation & Combination, Statistics, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants. In Coordinate Geometry, questions were asked from Circles, Ellipse & Hyperbola with mixed concepts. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. A few questions were reported as lengthy and tricky.
  • Physics – Easy to Moderate. Questions were asked from Kinematics,  Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Gravitation, Circular Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism-2 questions, Wave Optics, Capacitance, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Semi-Conductors. Both MCQs and Numerical-based questions were lengthy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt the Physics section was balanced as per the coverage of the chapters.
  • Chemistry – Easy. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding- 2 to 3 questions, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides mixed concept type questions, Coordination Compounds- 2 to 3 questions, Periodic Table. Some questions were directly asked from the NCERT Textbook, which made this section easy.

JEE Main January 31 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

  • Overall, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
  • Mathematics was difficult and lengthy.
  • Physics was easy and formula-based.
  • Chemistry was easy and NCERT-based. Most questions asked were from Physical and Organic Chemistry.

JEE Main January 31 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – This section was of moderate difficulty. Weightage was given to chapters of Co-ordinate Geometry & Calculus. Co-ordinate Geometry had questions from all chapters- Straight Lines, Circle, Parabola, Ellipse & Hyperbola. In Algebra, questions asked from Matrices & Determinants, Probability, Complex Numbers, Progressions, Permutation & Combination- 2 questions, Binomial Theorem, Vector, and 3D Geometry. In Calculus, questions asked from Set, Relation & Functions- 02 ques, Limits, Continuity, Differential Equations, Definite Integral. Few MCQs and numerical-based questions had lengthy calculations and were tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions were asked from almost all the chapters. Weightage was given to Current Electricity & Magnetism. Some good questions from chapters on Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Gravitation,  Electrostatics, Optics, Modern Physics, and Semiconductors. Numerical-based questions were easy. The Physics section had more questions from Class XII.
  • Chemistry - This section was easy. Organic Chemistry had around 10 questions. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Biomolecules.  Physical Chemistry had questions from Mole Concepts, Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics & Ionic Equilibrium.  Inorganic Chemistry had questions about Coordination Compounds, Chemical Bonding & Periodicity. Some NCERT fact-based questions were asked in the paper.

JEE Main January 31 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

  • Overall, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
  • Mathematics was difficult and tricky.
  • Physics was easy and tricky.
  • Chemistry was easy and NCERT-based.

JEE Main January 31 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – This section was moderate in difficulty level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on chapters of Calculus. More than one question was asked from Matrices and Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors and Circle. Other chapters included Permutation & Combination, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Indefinite Integration, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle, Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as lengthy and tricky.
  • Physics – Easy to Moderate. More weightage was given to Electrostatics & Current Electricity. Other chapters included Kinematics, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, SHM, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Modern Physics, Work Power & Energy, and Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical-based questions were Lengthy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. 
  • Chemistry – This section was easy. Organic & Physical Chemistry were given more weightage compared to  Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Chemical Bonding, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Solutions, Atomic Structure, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides. Numerical questions were based mostly on Physical Chemistry. 

JEE Main January 31 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash

  • Mathematics - This section was of a difficult level based on the student’s feedback. Questions from Calculus were dominant in the paper. Questions were also asked from Probability, Vectors, Determinants and Quadratic Equations. Almost all the topics were covered. The quality of the questions was good and the section was a bit lengthy.
  • Physics - According to the feedback received from a good number of students, the Physics part was of moderate difficulty. Questions from Gravitation, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Kinematics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics and Magnetism were duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy to solve the questions.
  • Chemistry - Most of the questions were theoretical with the maximum number of questions asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Physical chemistry questions were present less in the exam. In Physical Chemistry, the questions were asked from chapters like Chemical Kinetics and Structure of Atom. Questions from prominent Organic and Inorganic chapters like Hydrocarbons, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, General Organic chemistry, d-block elements and Chemical Bonding were asked. Almost all the questions are more or less related to or asked from NCERT only.

JEE Main January 30 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

  • Overall, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
  • Mathematics was easy to moderately difficult.
  • Physics was of moderate difficulty and formula-based questions were asked.
  • Chemistry was easy and NCERT-based.

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – This section was easy to moderately difficult. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra. In Algebra, questions asked from Matrices & Determinants. In Probability more than three questions were asked. Complex Number, Progressions, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, 3D Geometry & from Vector two questions asked. In Calculus, questions asked from Functions, Limits, Continuity, Differential Equations, Definite Integral. Co-ordinate Geometry had questions from Parabola & Hyperbola. Few MCQs & numerical based questions had lengthy calculations but Easy.
  • Physics – This section was of moderate difficulty. Questions were asked from almost all the chapters. Weightage was given to Current Electricity & Magnetism. Some good questions from chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Gravitation, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, Semiconductors were asked. Twpo questions were asked from Optics. Numerical based questions were Easy. Overall, Physics was balanced section.
  • Chemistry - This section was easy. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more questions as compared to Physical Chemistry. Questionwere asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions and of Biomolecules. Physical Chemistry had questions from Mole Concept, Thermodynamics, Solutions & Chemical Equilibrium. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from p-block elements, Coordination Compounds & Periodicity. Around three questions were asked from Chemical Bonding. Some NCERT fact-based questions were also asked.

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by Aakash

  • Mathematics - This section was of moderate to difficulty level. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors, 3D and Conic sections, Complex numbers and Matrices and Determinants. 11th-class questions were dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The main thing is questions were both lengthy and tricky which took a lot of time to solve. 
  • Physics - This section was of easy to moderately difficult as some good questions were there. Questions from Modern Physics, Mechanics, Electromagnetism and Current electricity were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the XII Class syllabus. 
  • Chemistry - This section was moderately difficult. Very few questions in this shift were asked from Physical chemistry. Most of the questions were asked from the Organic Chemistry part. Two to three questions were asked from p-block elements. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Coordinate Bonding and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Among XI and XII classes, more questions are asked from the 12th class syllabus. The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. 

JEE Main January 30 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

  • Overall, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
  • Mathematics and Physics were moderately difficult.
  • Chemistry was easy and NCERT-based.

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – This section was moderately difficult. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Algebra. More than one question was asked from Vectors, 3-D Geometry, Matrices, Limits and Differential Equations. In Calculus, questions asked from Continuity & Differentiability, Indefinite Integrals, Area, and Differential Equations. In Algebra- Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Matrices & Determinants. In Coordinate Geometry questions were asked from Circle and Ellipse. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as lengthy.
  • Physics – This section was moderate. Questions asked from Kinematics,  Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism,  Optics- 2 questions, Capacitance, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, and Semiconductors. Both MCQs & Numerical-based questions were Lengthy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt more weightage given to XII Class chapters.
  • Chemistry – This section was the easiest as compared to other sections. Organic & Physical Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Ionic Equilibrium, Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding had match list type questions, Mole Concept, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry- 2 questions, IUPAC names,  Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides, Coordination Compounds, d & f block elements, Periodic Table. Some questions were directly asked from the NCERT textbook, which made this section easy.

JEE Main January 29 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – The section was of moderate difficulty. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions from Straight Lines, Circle in Coordinate Geomtery. In Calculus, questions are asked from Functions, Differential Equations, Application of Derivative, Definite Integral. In Algebra, questions asked from Complex Number, Progressions-2 ques, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants, Probability & Vector-2 ques, 3D Geometry. Few MCQs and numerical-based questions had lengthy calculations and were tricky.
  • Physics – The section was easy . Questions asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Rotational Motion, Optics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical based questions were easy. Physics was balanced and easy.
  • Chemistry - Easy to Moderate. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more questions as compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Physical Chemistry had questions from Mole Concept, Electrochemistry & Chemical Equilibrium.  Inorganic Chemistry had questions from d-block elements, Coordination Compounds & Chemical Bonding. Some NCERT fact-based questions asked which made it easy for students.

JEE Main January 29 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

  • The overall paper was moderate to easy.
  • Maths was lengthy, tricky and also difficult in shift 1.
  • Physics was easy and formula-based.
  • Chemistry was NCERT-based and easy. Students mentioned that it was of CBSE Board exam level. 
  • Most of the questions in Chemistry came from organic chemistry. Physical chemistry was not lengthy. Questions came from metallurgy, ores, d block, bromination, and biomolecule.
  • In Mathematics, many questions were asked about vectors, 3D, integration, differential, limits, sequence and series, matrices, and functions.
  • In Physics questions came from all topics equally. Semiconductors, Modern Physics, Atomic structure, galvanometer, thermodynamics, and photoelectric effect were asked. Most questions were from the 12th syllabus rather than the 11th syllabus.

JEE Main January 29 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash

  • Mathematics - The section was moderate to difficult based on the students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus were dominant followed by Vectors & 3D, Matrices and Determinants. Questions were also asked from Probability and Binomial Theorem in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The quality of the questions was good, and the section was a bit lengthy. In comparison to the 11th and 12th class portions, most of the questions were asked from the 12th syllabus only.
  • Physics - According to the feedback received from a good number of students, the Physics part was of a moderate to difficult level. Questions from Thermodynamics, Semiconductors, Current Electricity, Modern Physics and Magnetism were duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy. In comparison to last year's Physics papers, Physics questions were of a good standard in this shift.
  • Chemistry - Most of the questions were theoretical with the maximum number of questions asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Structure of Atom, Equilibrium, and Biomolecules were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Almost all the questions are more or less related to or asked from NCERT only.

JEE Main January 29 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – This section was of moderate difficulty. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on the chapters of Algebra and Calculus. More than one question was asked from Matrices & Determinants, 3-D Geometry, Vectors and Straight Lines. Other chapters included Permutation & Combination, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Indefinite Integration clubbed with trigonometry, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle, Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The numerical section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as lengthy and tricky.
  • Physics – The Physics section was moderately tough. More weightage was given to Electrostatics. Other chapters included Kinematics, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, SHM, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Fluids with an assertion reasoning question, and Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical-based questions were tough and lengthy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt more weightage given to XII Class chapters.
  • Chemistry – This section was easy to moderate. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry were given more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Chemical Bonding, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Atomic Structure, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides.

JEE Main January 27 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

As per the initial reaction of the students, the JEE Main 27 January 2024 Shift 2 exam was easy, and Physics and Chemistry were easy. Maths was lengthy but the questions were easy. There were no questions asked from the deleted syllabus.

  • Topics mostly asked in maths are Vector, 3D, functions, straight lines, circles, hyperbola, ellipse, calculus, limit, conic section, matrices, and complex numbers.
  • Topics mostly asked in physics are Mechanics, semiconductors, electrostatic, current, rydberg constant, wave, and modern physics.
  • Topics mostly asked in chemistry are: In Chemistry most questions were from Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. Inorganic was less. The questions came from D block, electrochemistry. Physical chemistry questions were asked in integer type.

JEE Main January 27 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by Aakash

  • Mathematics - The section was moderate to difficult just like the Shift-1 paper. Questions from Algebra were dominant in the paper. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors, 3D and Limits, Continuity and Differentiability. Questions from Integration and Matrix and Determinants were there in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered.
  • Physics - This section was of moderate to difficult level as some good assertion-reasoning questions were there. Questions from Modern Physics, Work Power and Energy, Fluids and Thermodynamics were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. If somebody has gone through the PYQs of the previous year's papers, he/she will have an upper hand in the paper.
  • Chemistry - The section was by and large based on NCERT books. Very few questions in this shift were asked from Organic chemistry. Most of the questions were from the Physical Chemistry part. 2-3 questions were asked from d-block elements. Questions from prominent chapters like Thermodynamics, Bonding Alkyl and Aryl halides were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

JEE Main January 27 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – Easy. Weightage was given to chapters of Coordinate Geometry and Calculus. Questions from Circle, Ellipse & Hyperbola, Functions, Limits & Continuity, Differentiability, Differential Equations, Definite Integral, Differential Equations, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants, Probability & Vectors. The numerical-based section had lengthy calculations but was easy.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions were asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters on Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Rotational Motion, Optics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical-based questions were Easy. This section was balanced and easy.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Organic Chemistry had more questions as compared to Inorganic & Physical Chemistry. Some good questions from Colloids, GOC, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Phenol & Ethers, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, d-block elements. Mostly NCERT fact-based questions were asked which made it easy for students.

JEE Main January 27 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash

Mathematics - The section was moderate to difficult based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus, Complex Numbers, 2-D Matrix and Determinants were present in the paper. 2D and calculus were dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests held the key to solving the paper. Overall, it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the stipulated time. 

Physics - According to a large number of students, the Physics part was of easy level to moderate level. Questions from Mechanics and Current Electricity were duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 11th class syllabus. PYQ were also present in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Most of the questions were theoretical. A few questions were based on memory-based data and were confusing. Questions from prominent chapters like Chemical Kinetics, Biomolecules, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, Thermodynamics and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

JEE Main January 27 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

  • The overall exam was moderate to easy in difficulty level.
  • The paper was the same as last year, with no change in pattern.
  • Maths was lengthy as always.
  • Students say Physics was very easy.
  • Chemistry was moderate.
  • In Physics most of the questions came from modern physics.

Numerical-based questions were easy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt more weightage given to XII Class chapters.
Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Organic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Coordination Compounds, Atomic Structure, Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, General Organic Chemistry, Biomolecules, Amines, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides. In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderate while Physics was Easy Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students. Students were given a booklet for rough work. There was tight invigilation as per students. No errors were reported in the question papers.      

JEE Main 2024 Paper 2  Analysis (January 24)

The detailed JEE Main 2024 Paper 2 analysis by FIITJEE is given below.

  • Mathematics - Easy to Moderate. Important topics were Quadratic Equations, Progression & Series, Inverse Trigonometric Equations, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Probability, Permutation & Combination, Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Limits & Continuity, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations.
  • Aptitude- Easy to Moderate. Important topics were 3-dimensional figures, architecture aptitude, and monumental details, with some logic-based questions.
  • Drawing - Easy. Important questions were copying a picture from the screen as per own perception in black and white. The second question involved two options out of which one option had to be attempted - View of a football stadium as a spectator OR Abstract Art using a musical instrument in 3D and naming the texture and shadow effect.
  • Planning - Easy. Important topics were National Commission, Town Planning and Planning-based questions. General Knowledge questions consisted of the names of the architects of some important monuments.

JEE Main 2023 April Session Paper Analysis

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JEE Main Paper Analysis April 13 Shift 1

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Questions were asked from all chapters with more weightage given to coordinate geometry & Algebra. Mixed Concept Questions were asked from Parabolas, Circles, Ellipses, and Hyperbola. In Algebra, the chapters covered were Complex Numbers, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Vectors (2 questions), 3 D Geometry (3 questions). In Calculus - Functions, Indefinite Integrals, Application of Derivative, Area, Differential Equations. The numerical Section had lengthy calculations. A few questions were reported as tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from Kinematics, Gravitation, Fluids, Heat & Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Communication Systems, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Error Analysis, Work Power & Energy, SHM & Waves, Modern Physics & Wave Optics. Numerical-based questions were lengthy but easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics, and Ionic Equilibrium. Questions were also asked from s & p block, Coordination Compounds, Surface Chemistry, Ores & Metallurgy. Some mixed-concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry involving Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl & Alkyl halides, GOC, and Polymers. Some students reported Chemistry as time-consuming and tricky.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 12 Shift 1

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on chapters on Coordinate Geometry & Calculus. Mixed Concept Questions were asked from Circles, Ellipse, and Hyperbola. In Algebra chapters covered where Vectors (2 questions), 3-D Geometry (3 to 4 questions), Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics (2 questions), Permutation & Combination, and Probability. In Calculus- Functions (3 questions), Definite Integrals (2 questions), Area, Differential Equations. The numerical section had lengthy calculations. A few questions were reported as tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from Kinematics, Fluids, Heat & Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Semiconductors, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Modern Physics & Ray Optics. Numerical-based questions were easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, and Ionic Equilibrium. Questions were also asked from Chemistry in Everyday Life, p & d block, Phenols, and Coordination Compounds. Some mixed-concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry involving Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, and Polymers. Some students reported matching the following questions in Inorganic Chemistry as time-consuming and tricky. Organic Chemistry was reported as tricky.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 11 Shift 2

  • Mathematics - Moderate. Weightage was given to chapters of Conic Sections and Calculus. Questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse Hyperbola & Circle, Definite Integrals, Limits & Continuity, Area under curves, Matrices, Vectors, and 3D Geometry. Few good questions also from Binomial Theorem and Permutation & Combination. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was also tricky for a few students.  
  • Physics - Easy to Moderate. Weightage was given to chapters on Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, SHM & Waves, Current Electricity, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Gravitation and Modern Physics. Numerical-based questions were reported as easy to moderate. The physics overall section was balanced.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry were asked equally and had more questions as compared to Physical Chemistry. The Numerical Section had questions from chapters like Chemical Kinetics, and Electrochemistry. There were mixed concept questions from Alcohols, Ethers & Phenols, and Aryl & Alkyl halides in Organic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from s-block, p-block, Chemical Bonding, Co-ordination Compounds and Metallurgy.   

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 11 Shift 1

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on chapters on Algebra & Calculus. Questions were asked from Vectors & 3 D Geometry (4 to 5 questions), Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Permutation & Combination & Probability, Straight Lines & Circle, Parabola, Definite Integrals had 3 questions, Area, Differential Equations (2 questions). The numerical section had lengthy calculations. Mixed concept questions were asked in Conic Sections. Few questions were reported as tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics (3 to 4 questions), Kinetic Theory of Gases, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Modern Physics & Ray Optics. Numerical-based questions were easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Mole Concepts, Ionic Equilibrium, and Solid state. Questions were also asked from Environmental Chemistry, p & d block, Phenols, Chemical Bonding, and Coordination Compounds. Some mixed-concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry from Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, and Polymers.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 10 Shift 2

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Weightage was given to chapters of Conic Sections and Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Ellipse, Circle, Parabola, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Functions, AOD, Areas, and Differential Equations. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was also tricky for a few students.
  • Physics – Easy. Weightage was given to chapters on Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Magnetism, SHM & Waves, Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Ray Optics, Wave Optics, Semiconductors and Modern Physics. Numerical-based questions were reported as Easy. Chapters of XII Class had more weightage. Assertion -Reasoning questions had mixed concepts.
  • Chemistry - Easy to Moderate. Physical & Inorganic Chemistry had more weightage. Questions were asked from Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Polymers, Alcohols, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides in Organic Chemistry. Ionic Equilibrium, Solid State, Surface Chemistry, Coordination Compounds, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, Atomic Structure, Chemical Kinetics. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from p-block and d-block, Ores & Metallurgy.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 10 Shift 1

  • Mathematics: Easy to Moderate level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, Vectors, 3 D Geometry, Straight Line, Parabola, Circle, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Complex Numbers, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations. The Numerical Section had few lengthy calculations but were easy.
  • Physics: Easy level. Questions asked from Gravitation, EM Waves, Wave Optics, Ray Optics, Electrostatics, Magnetism & Matter, Current Electricity & Modern Physics, Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Semi-Conductors, Communication Systems. MCQs were relatively easy. Some assertion reasoning questions were also asked. Overall a Balanced section.
  • Chemistry: Easy level. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Questions asked from Electrochemistry, Ores & Metallurgy, Chemical Bonding, Mole Concept, d – block & f- block, Qualitative Chemistry, Coordination Compounds. Organic Chemistry had some easy questions from Amines, Alcohols, Phenols. Some questions from Polymers & Environmental Chemistry were NCERT Based.
    In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Easy to Moderate while Physics & Chemistry were Easy amongst the three subjects. Overall, this paper was of Easy level as per students.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 8 Shift 2

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Mixed Concept questions were asked. Questions asked from Straight Lines, Parabolas, Circles, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Differential Equations, Area, Matrices, Binomial Theorem, Probability, Statistics, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Mathematical Reasoning, Complex Numbers, and Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was lengthy and tricky for a few students. some students also reported this section as tough.
  • Physics – Easy. Weightage was given to chapters on Kinematics, Circular Motion, Rotational Motion, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, SHM, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Error Analysis, Semi-Conductors and Optics. Numerical-based questions were reported as easy. It was a balanced section.
  • Chemistry- Moderate. Physical Chemistry was given less weightage as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from p-block elements, Qualitative Analysis, Titrations, Biomolecules, General Organic Chemistry, Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Solutions, and Chemical Kinetics. MCQs were tricky compared to Numerical Section. More weightage was given to class XI chapters.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 8 Shift 1

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on Chapters on Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Progressions, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, Differential Equations, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Parabola & Circle. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions in MCQs were reported as lengthy but not tough.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions were asked about Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Error Analysis, Capacitance, Magnetism, Semi-Conductors, Current Electricity, Communication Systems, Modern Physics, and Electrostatics. Numerical-based questions were easy. Overall, the students felt this section was Balanced and Easy.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry had questions directly from NCERT Books. Less weightage was given to Physical Chemistry that too in Numerical Section. In Physical Chemistry, questions were asked about Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Equilibrium and Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Aldehydes & Ketones, Atul & Alkyl Halides, Amines, Alcohols, Biomolecules and General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic had questions from Co-ordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Group-18. A few questions from Organic Chemistry were tricky but not tough.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 6 Shift 2

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Straight Lines, Parabolas, Circles, Definite Integrals, Limits, Differential Equations, Area, Matrices, Binomial Theorem, Probability, Statistics, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Complex numbers, and Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was slightly lengthy as per a few students.
  • Physics – Easy. Weightage was given to chapters on Kinematics, Circular Motion, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, SHM, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Error Analysis, Semi-Conductors.  Numerical-based questions were reported as easy. More weightage was given to class XII chapters.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Physical Chemistry was given less weightage as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from d & f Block elements, Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Biomolecules, Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Solutions,  Chemical Kinetics. MCQs were tricky compared to the Numerical Section.

JEE Main Paper Analysis April 6 Shift 1

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on Chapters on Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Progressions, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Parabola & Circle. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions in MCQs were reported as Tricky & Lengthy.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions were asked about the Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Simple Harmonic Motion, Error Analysis, Capacitance, Magnetism, Semi-Conductors, Current Electricity, Communication Systems, Modern Physics, Centre of Mass, and Electrostatics. Numerical-based questions were easy. Overall, the students felt this section was Balanced and Easy.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate level. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry had questions directly from NCERT Books. Less weightage was given to Physical Chemistry that too in Numerical Section. In Physical Chemistry, questions were asked about Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Equilibrium and Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Alcohols, Phenols, Biomolecules and General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic had questions from Co-ordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Group-18. A few questions from Organic Chemistry were reported as slightly tricky.

JEE Main 2023 January Session Paper Analysis

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JEE Main 1 February 2023 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

  • Mathematics - Difficult
  • Physics - Moderate
  • Chemistry - Easy

JEE Main 1 February 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

  • Mathematics - Moderate to Easy
  • Physics - Moderate to Easy
  • Chemistry - Easy

JEE Main 31 January 2023 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

According to the experts of FIITJEE, Mathematics was moderately tough, Chemistry was easy to moderate and Physics was easy.

  • Mathematics - Moderately Tough. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Coordinate Geometry. Questions were asked from Circles, Hyperbola,  Definite Integrals, Limits, Differential Equations, Matrices, Binomial Theorem, Probability, Statistics, Permutation & Combination, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Complex numbers, Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was lengthy and tough as per students.
  • Physics - Easy. Weightage was given to chapters on Kinematics, Circular Motion, Laws of motion, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Communication Systems, and Semi-Conductors.  Numerical-based questions were reported as easy. This section was balanced overall.
  • Chemistry - Easy to Moderate. Physical Chemistry was given less weightage as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from,  d & f Block elements, Ores & Metallurgy, Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Biomolecules, Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Solutions,  Chemical Kinetics. MCQs were tricky compared to Numerical Section.

JEE Main 31 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

As per the FIITJEE experts, the JEE Main 31 January 2023 Shift 1 paper was moderately tough.

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse, Definite Integrals, Area, Matrices, Probability, Statistics, Permutation & Combination, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Complex numbers, and Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was lengthy and tricky as per few students.
  • Physics – Easy level. Weightage was given to chapters on Kinematics, Rotational Motion, SHM & Waves, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Communication Systems, and Semi-Conductors.  Numerical-based questions were reported as easy. This section was balanced overall.
  • Chemistry – Moderate Level. Physical Chemistry was given less weightage as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Qualitative Analysis. d & f Block elements, Quantitative Analysis of Compounds, Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Biomolecules, Hydrocarbons, Amines, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics. MCQs were tricky compared to Numerical Section.

JEE Main 31 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

  • Mathematics - Moderately Tough
  • Physics - Easy
  • Chemistry - Moderate

JEE Main 30 January 2023 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

According to the experts of FIITJEE, JEE Main 2023 30 January Shift 2 was above moderate difficulty. Maths was moderately tough while Physics was moderate and Chemistry was easy to moderate level. 

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough level. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse, Definite Integrals, Area, Differential Equations, Matrices, Probability, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Binomial Theorem, Complex numbers, Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was lengthy and tricky as per a few students.
  • Physics – Moderate level. Weightage was given to chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, SHM & Waves, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Semi-Conductors and Magnetism Numerical based questions were reported as Easy. This section was balanced but had many tricky questions.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate level. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more compared to Physical Chemistry. Weightage is given to Alcohols, Ethers & Phenols, and Aryl & Alkyl halides in Organic Chemistry. Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from Chemistry in Everyday Life, Environmental Chemistry, Chemical Bonding and Metallurgy.

JEE Main 30 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

Candidates can check the subject-wise paper analysis of JEE Main 30 January 2023.

  • Physics: Moderate to tough
  • Chemistry: Difficult
  • Maths: Easy to moderate

JEE Main 29 January 2023 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

As per the experts, the paper was moderate. Maths was Moderate while Physics & Chemistry were Easy to Moderate.

  • Mathematics: Moderate Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse, Definite Integrals, Area, Differential Equations, Matrices, Probability, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Binomial Theorem, Complex numbers, Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was lengthy and tricky as per a few students.
  • Physics: Easy to Moderate level. Weightage was given to chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, SHM & Waves, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Semi-Conductors and Magnetism Numerical based questions were reported as Easy. This section was balanced but had many tricky questions.
  • Chemistry: Easy to Moderate level. Physical Chemistry was given more weightage in Numerical Section as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Weightage is given to Alcohols, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides in Organic Chemistry. Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from s-block, p-block, Chemical Bonding and Metallurgy.

JEE Main 29 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

As per the experts of FIITJEE, JEE Main 29 January 2023 Shift 1 was moderately difficult. Mathematics was moderately tough while Physics was the easiest amongst the three subjects. 

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Conic Sections & Algebra. Some good questions asked from Straight Lines, Circles, Hyperbola, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Mathematical Reasoning, Probability, Matrices, Progressions, 3 D Geometry, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Differential Equations. Few questions in MCQs were reported lengthy and tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from Kinematics, Friction, Laws of Motions, Heat & Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Surface Tension, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, Friction, Wave Optics, Semiconductors & Communication Systems. Few Numerical based questions were Easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. More weightage was given to Inorganic & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry - Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Ionic Equilibrium. Questions covered Chemistry in Everyday Life, Environmental Chemistry, Co-ordination Compounds, Aldehydes & Ketones, Hydrocarbons, Biomolecules, Chemical Bonding, Solutions, Atomic Structure. Fact based questions from NCERT were easy.

JEE Main 29 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Few questions in MCQs were reported lengthy and tricky.
  • Physics - Easy. The section was balanced .
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic and Organic Chemistry had a higher weightage.

JEE Main 28 January 2023 (BArch/BPlan) Paper Analysis

According to the students who attempted the exam, the paper was easy to moderate. However, only two drawing questions were given and there was no choice. Usually, 4 questions are given every year. The paper was lengthy this year.

  • Aptitude section: Paper Folding - 2 Questions, Orthographic Projection, Mirror Image - 3 Questions, Series Completion - 4 Questions
  • General Aptitude: Match the following on Monuments, A question related to Patronous Tower
  • Mathematics: Series, Determinants, 3D, Limits, Circle, Hyperbola

JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 2 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

According to the FIITJEE experts, JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 2 paper was of medium difficulty. Mathematics was moderate, Chemistry was easy to Moderate, and Physics was reported to be the easiest among the three subjects. The subject-wise analysis is given below.

  • Mathematics – Moderate Difficulty. Weightage was given to chapters of Calculus & Algebra. In Algebra- questions asked from Permutation & Combination, Progression & Series, Statistics, Complex Numbers, Binomial Theorem, Matrices, Determinants, Vectors & 3D Geometry. In Calculus – Limits & Continuity, Application of Derivatives, Area, Differential Equations, Definite Integral & Functions. In Co-ordinate Geometry questions asked from Straight Lines, Circles & Hyperbola. Few Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was also lengthy as per students.
  • Physics – Easy level. Questions were asked from almost all chapters with few good questions from Gravitation, Rotational Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Wave Optics, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, Units & Dimensions, Semiconductors, Magnetism, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical-based questions were easy.  It was a balanced section.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate level. Weightage was given to Inorganic & Organic Chemistry. In Physical Chemistry, questions were asked about Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, and Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Phenols, and General Organic Chemistry.  Inorganic Chemistry was mostly from NCERT. Overall, this section was easy to moderate.

JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

  • Mathematics – Moderately Difficult. Most of the questions were from Vectors, 3D and the 11th standard syllabus.
  • Physics - Moderately Difficult. Prominent questions were from Modern Physics.
  • Chemistry – Easy. Organic Chemistry had a higher weightage.

JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash

As per the experts, the paper was overall moderate. Mathematics was lengthy but not difficult. The Physics and Chemistry sections were easy.

  • Physics: According to a large number of students, the Physics part was easy. Questions were spread in all topics like Mechanics, Waves and Modern Physics. The optics part had less contribution in this shift. Match-type questions were also there. The paper was formula based and students were able to do questions easily.
  • Chemistry: Overall paper was of a moderate level. Study of NCERT books and mock tests based on NCERT holds the key to getting good marks. Physical Chemistry questions were fewer as compared to Organic Chemistry. Questions from chapters like Co-ordination Chemistry, Atomic Structure, Thermodynamics, Redox reactions, Chemical Kinetics, Hydrocarbon and Aldehyde and Ketones were there while questions from chapter Chemistry in Every-day life were conspicuously absent.
  • Mathematics: The Mathematics paper was calculative and lengthy. Questions were spread around Calculus, Co-ordinate Geometry, 3D and Algebra. Around 4 to 5 questions were from Calculus, 3 to 4 questions from Co-ordinate Geometry and Binomial Theorem. Students were able to attempt question practice through mock tests holds the key.

JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by FIITJEE

According to the FIITJEE experts, JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 1 paper was moderate in the level of difficulty. Mathematics was Moderately Tough, Chemistry was Easy to Moderate, and Physics was Easy. The subject-wise analysis is given below.

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough Level. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on chapters on Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Hyperbola & Circle. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions in MCQs were reported as tricky and lengthy.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions were asked about the Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Carnot Engine, Work, Power & Energy, Simple Harmonic Motion, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Magnetism, Semi-Conductors, Communication Systems, Modern Physics, Centre of Mass, Electrostatics. Numerical-based questions were easy. Overall, the students felt this section was balanced and easy.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate level. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry had questions directly from NCERT Books. Less weightage is given to Physical Chemistry that too in Numerical Section. In Physical Chemistry, questions were asked about Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Solutions, Ores & Metallurgy and Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Carboxylic Acids, Phenols and General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic had questions from Co-ordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Group-18. A few questions from Organic Chemistry were reported as slightly tricky.

JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

  • Mathematics: Moderate difficulty. Questions were more from Class 11. Prominent questions were from 3-D, vector, and integration.
  • Physics: Moderate difficulty. One question from gravitation in physics. Modern physics had more weightage. Some questions were about electricity. 
  • Chemistry: Easy: Organic chemistry had high weightage. Today, chemistry had fewer questions from NCERT.

JEE Main 24 January 2023 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

Candidates can check the detailed JEE Main 24 January 2023 Shift 2 paper analysis below.

  • Mathematics - Moderate Difficulty but Lengthy. Many questions were asked from Integration and Probability.
  • Chemistry - Moderate Difficulty
  • Physics - Moderate Difficulty

JEE Main 24 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis 

According to the experts, the paper was of easy to moderate level. The Physics section was the easiest, Whereas Chemistry was of easy to moderate levels. Mathematics was moderate. Chemistry was memory based while Maths was calculative but students were able to complete the paper in a given time. Practising a lot of mock tests would be a good strategy for the preparation of this paper.

  • Physics: Questions were set from covering all the topics. Students were tested on the simple level of applicability of concepts. Numericals were more in numbers than theoretical questions. Questions were from Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Optics, Magnetism, Modern Physics and other chapters. Those students who have thoroughly covered the syllabus of XI and XII along with sufficient problem-solving through similar types of practice tests will score nicely in this paper.
  • Chemistry: The chemistry part was on predicted lines. It was observed by students that the physical portion was less as compared to Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. All the questions from Organic Chemistry were asked in MCQ form. The whole paper was NCERT based. Chemistry in everyday life, GOC, Aldehydes, Ketones and Biomolecules are the chapters from which a significant number of questions were asked. A thorough study of NCERT books, solving NCERT examples and practising through mock tests holds the key to success in this paper.
  • Mathematics: Mathematics part was a bit lengthy but moderate. 5 to 6 questions from Calculus were the mainstay of the paper. There were not less than 5 questions from Algebra, 2 questions from Coordinate Geometry and 2 or 3 questions from Trigonometry. Chapters like Vectors, 3D Geometry and Probability too found representation in this paper.

JEE Main 24 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

According to the experts of FIITJEE, the paper was overall of moderate difficulty. Mathematics was Moderate, Chemistry was Easy to Moderate, and Physics was Easy.

  • Mathematics – Moderate Level. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Functions, Limits & Continuity, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Parabola, Ellipse & Circle. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions in MCQs were reported as lengthy.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity & Modern Physics, EM Waves, Laws of Motion, Semiconductors, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical-based questions were easy. A few fact-based questions from the 12th standard chapters of NCERT were also asked.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate level. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry had questions directly from NCERT Books. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Co-ordination Compounds, Environmental Chemistry, Ionic Equilibrium. A few questions from Organic Chemistry were reported as slightly tricky.

JEE Main 24 January 2023 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

The paper analysis of JEE Main 24 January 2023 Shift 1  as per the student feedback is given below.

  • Mathematics - Tough. 
  • Chemistry - Easy. Major questions were from the Inorganic Chemistry section.
  • Physics - Moderate. Some questions were repeated from the previous year's paper. Some of the important topics were Semiconductors, Integration, Hyperbola, Vectors.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2022 July Session

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JEE Main 29 July 2022 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

The detailed paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 29 July Shift 2 is given below.

  • Mathematics - Difficult. Questions asked were from limits, integration, mathematical reasoning, statistics.
  • Physics - Easy to Moderate. Questions asked were from communication, semi conductor, current electricity.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Most questions were asked from inorganic and organic chemistry.

JEE Main 29 July 2022 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash

According to Aakash, the paper was of moderate difficulty level. Questions were asked from the whole syllabus and all the important chapters were covered. The paper contained some challenging questions on all the subjects.

  • Mathematics - For a large section of students, the Mathematics part was moderate. It was assessed as difficult by some students because of the calculations involved in some of the questions. There were 7 to 8 questions from calculus. Questions on relation, function, continuity and differentiability, and application of derivatives were asked in good measure as also questions from integral calculus and differential equations besides area under curves were all asked. There were not less than 7 questions from algebra, about 3 questions from coordinate geometry and about 4 questions from vectors and 3-dimensional geometry, there were about 2 questions from trigonometry as well. Mathematical reasoning and probability were also included. Regular practice and solving mock tests would be of great help in scoring well on such a paper.
  • Physics - For many students, the Physics paper was of easy to moderate difficulty level. Questions were asked from almost all chapters -not less than 8 questions from Mechanics,  about 4 questions from Heat and Thermodynamics,3 or 4 questions from electricity and magnetics, and 2 or 3 questions asked from modern physics. There were questions on Semiconductors and communications in the numerical section of the paper. There were questions about waves and oscillations, units and measurements and experimental physics. As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula-based questions. Practising a sufficient number of similar tests would keep students in good stead.
  • Chemistry - This paper was easy to moderate and NCERT based. An almost equal number of questions were asked from the Physical, Inorganic and Organic branches of Chemistry. The majority of questions in the numerical value section were from Physical Chemistry. The whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its Examples would be the key to scoring good marks. Chapters like Biomolecules, Environmental chemistry, qualitative analysis and chemistry in everyday life besides regular topics found due represented in the paper. Questions on electrochemistry, redox reactions, volumetric analysis, equilibrium and thermochemistry were asked in good measure. Questions from S block,p block, and coordination compounds were also set. All the main chapters from organic chemistry were duly covered.

JEE Main 29 July 2022 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

The detailed paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 29 July Shift 1 is given below.

  • Maths - Moderate to Tough. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were Mathematical reasoning, limits, integration, statistics, hyperbola and parabola.
  • Physics - Moderate. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were Semi conductor, communication, current electricity and PN Junction.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Most questions were asked from inorganic chemistry.

JEE Main 28 July 2022 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

Students can check the paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 28 July Shift 2 below.

  • Mathematics - Lengthy and tough. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were sets, relations, functions, limits, statistics
  • Physics - Moderate. 
  • Chemistry - Moderate. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were inorganic and organic chemistry, polymer, bio-molecules, etc. Many easy questions came from physical chemistry.

JEE Main 28 July 2022 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash

According to Aakash, JEE Main 2022 28 July Shift 1 paper was of easy to moderate level. Chemistry was the easiest of the lot whereas Mathematics because of some lengthy calculations were considered to be difficult by many students.

  • Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books and examples. The majority of the numerical-based questions were from Physical Chemistry and the remaining from inorganic and inorganic Chemistry. Overall the questions from the Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were more or less evenly distributed. Questions from environmental Chemistry, polymers and chemistry in everyday life were included in the paper. Questions from prominent chapters like coordination compounds,p block, equilibrium, thermodynamics and as also from redox reactions, chemical bonding and chemical kinetics were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. A thorough study of the NCERT books, solving NCERT examples and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests.
  • Physics - According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was also of easy level. No less than 6 questions from electricity and magnetics a good number of questions (6 or 7)from mechanics were asked, a question from units and dimensions, and 2 or 3 questions from heat and thermodynamics were asked. Questions from  Optics, Waves and Sound and Modern physics were duly represented in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerical which were largely formula based. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.
  • Mathematics - The Mathematics paper was moderate but slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. About 7 Questions were asked from Calculus, 5 questions from Coordinate Geometry, not less than 4 from Vectors & 3D and not less than 5 questions from Algebra were there. Almost all the topics were covered. Again practice through mock tests holds the key.

JEE Main 28 July 2022 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

Students can check the paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 28 July Shift 1 below.

  • Mathematics - Difficult. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were mathematical reasoning, statistics, coordinate geometry, limit and functions, hyperbola and more.
  • Chemistry - Moderate. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were Polymer, Chemistry in everyday life, organic chemistry and more.
  • Physics - Easy. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were semi-conductor, electricity, communication systems and more.

JEE Main 27 July 2022 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

Students can check the paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 27 July Shift 2 below.

  • Mathematics - Lengthy and moderately difficult. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were Mathematical reasoning, calculus, hyperbola, parabola and more.
  • Physics - Difficult. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were modern physics, photoelectric effect, EM waves, semiconductors, current electricity and more.
  • Chemistry - Moderate. Some of the important topics asked in the paper were Biomolecules, polymers, chemistry in everyday life and more.

JEE Main 27 July 2022 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash

According to Aakash, the paper was of moderate difficulty level. Topic coverage in all three subjects was judicious. The paper contained some good questions. Overall, Mathematics was the toughest while Physics and Chemistry were easier in comparison. 

  • Mathematics - For a large section of students, the Mathematics part was moderate. As anticipated, some questions involved lengthy calculations. There were not less than 8 questions from calculus, not less than 7 questions from Algebra and 3 to 4 questions from Vectors and 3 Dimensional  and4 questions from Coordinate Geometry and trigonometry too found a place in this section Regular practice and solving mock tests would be of great help in scoring good in these types of papers.
  • Physics - For many students, the Physics paper was on expected lines as many students found it to be easy. Questions were asked from all the prominent chapters - 2 questions from Optics, not less than 5 questions from Mechanics,  2 or 3 questions from Thermodynamics and one each from communication systems, experimental physics and units and measurements among others are worth mentioning .6 questions were asked from electricity and magnetics. Questions about waves and oscillations and modern physics were also asked. As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula-based questions. Practising a sufficient number of similar tests would keep students in good stead.
  • Chemistry - This paper was easy to moderate and NCERT based. An almost equal number of questions were asked from the Physical, Inorganic and Organic branches of Chemistry. The majority of questions in the numerical value-based section were from Physical Chemistry. The whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its Examples would be the key to scoring good marks. Chapters like Biomolecules, Polymers, Chemistry in everyday life and environmental chemistry besides regular topics found due representation in the paper.

JEE Main 27 July 2022 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

Students can check the paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 27 July Shift 1 below.

  • Mathematics - Difficult and lengthy. Some of the topics that were asked in the question paper are coordinate geometry, parabola, hyperbola, mathematical reasoning, statistics and more.
  • Physics - Easy. Some of the topics that were asked in the question paper are communication, semiconductor, current electricity, capacitors, communication systems and more.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Some of the topics that were asked in the question paper are polymer and biomolecules. Organic Chemistry had a good weightage in the paper.

JEE Main 26 July Shift 2 Paper Analysis

  • Mathematics – Moderate level. Questions covered almost all chapters with weightage to Coordinate Geometry which had mixed concepts questions from Parabola, Ellipse & Hyperbola. Questions also asked from Sequence & Series, Binomial Theorem, Probability, Matrices, Quadratic Equations, 3 D Geometry & Complex numbers in Algebra. In Calculus- Indefinite & Definite Integration had 4 questions. Numerical Based question had lengthy calculations as per students. Few students also reported it was tricky. 
  • Physics – Easy to Moderate level.Overall, a balanced section. Some good questions were asked from Mechanics, Wave & Sound, Rotational Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, Kinematics, Electrostatics, EM Waves, Current Electricity, AC Circuits, & Communication Systems. Few Numerical based questions were easy. 
  • Chemistry –Easy level. Physical Chemistry had more weightage compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry.  Weightage was given to Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry &Thermodynamics. Numerical Based questions from Physical Chemistry were easy. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from Ores & Metallurgy and Environmental Chemistry. Organic Chemistry had questions from Phenols, Amines & Biomolecules mostly from NCERT. 

JEE Main July 26 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

A large number of students found this paper to be of a moderate to easy level. There were a few questions with lengthy calculations in the Mathematics section which took more time than usual to answer. Questions covered almost all the chapters from classes XI and XII. A detailed analysis of the paper is given below.

Mathematics

A few students found the Mathematics section difficult as quite a few questions involved lengthy calculations. Adequate importance was given to Calculus & Algebra. About 7Questions from algebra included Chapters of Binomial Theorem, Permutation & Combination sequences and series, as well as complex numbers. There were not less than 7 questions from calculus which included questions from Definite Integral, Differential equation, continuity and differentiability and functions. Questions from Coordinate Geometry were also present in adequate numbers. Three to four questions were from vectors and three-dimensional geometry and 2 from matrices and determinants. Questions generally involved the intertwining of two concepts. To score well on such a paper, a student should practise regularly and solve mock tests.

Physics

The Physics paper was considered to be easy by a large number of students. This paper was quite balanced as questions from class XI and class XII were equally distributed. Some numerical-based questions were involving elaborate calculations. A few students also reported that some questions were a bit tricky. About 6 questions from mechanics, at Atleast 2 from Heat and Thermodynamics, about 3 from electricity and magnetics and a good number of questions from  Modern Physics and Waves and Sound were the mainstays of the physics portion. Students with a thorough understanding of the ‘Concepts of Physics by HC Verma' along with NCERT should be able to score well in this paper. Solving Mock tests as the last leg of preparation is the key to a high score for this section

Chemistry

This paper was of a moderate to easy difficulty level. The distribution of questions from the three branches was nearly equal with a slight edge to organic chemistry. Questions were asked from chapters like Chemistry in Everyday life, Biomolecules& p-block elements. Chapters like Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids and alcohols, phenols and ethers found good representation. Some of the questions from Physical Chemistry were considered difficult by a section of students, and questions from Inorganic Chemistry were of moderate levels As mentioned previously, students with a good understanding of NCERT books should be able to do well in this paper.To conclude, it was an easy to moderate paper that involved a few lengthy calculations here and there. The subject-wise difficulty level can be assumed as

Mathematics > Chemistry >  Physics

JEE Main 2022 25 July Shift 2 Paper Analysis 

Students can check the paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 25 July Shift 2 below.

  • Mathematics - Moderate to Difficult.
  • Physics - Easy. Most of the questions were formula based. Some of the topics that were asked in the paper are Logic Gates, Communication systems and Capacitors.
  • Chemistry - Moderate Difficulty. 

JEE Main 2022 July 25 Shift Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute

According to the Aakash Institute, the paper was of moderate difficulty level. Topic coverage in all three subjects was extensive. The paper contained some challenging questions. 

  • Mathematics - For a large section of students, the Mathematics part was moderate. As usual, some questions involved lengthy calculations. There were 7 to 8 questions from calculus, not less than 6 questions from Algebra and 3 to 4 questions from Vectors, and 3 Dimensional not less than 4 questions were from Coordinate Geometry another noteworthy aspect was that there were 2 to 3 questions from differential equations, trigonometry and probability too were found represented in the paper. Regular practice and solving mock tests would be of great help in scoring well on such a paper.
  • Physics - For many students, the Physics paper was of easy to moderate difficulty level. Questions were asked from almost all chapters -not less than 6 questions from Mechanics,  2 or 3 questions from Heat and Thermodynamics,5 or 6 questions from electromagnetics, and questions were also asked from modern physics. There were questions on Semiconductors and communications in the numerical section of the paper. There were a couple of questions taken directly from the NCERT book As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula-based questions. Practising a sufficient number of similar tests would keep students in good stead.
  • Chemistry - This paper was easy to moderate and NCERT based. An almost equal number of questions were asked from the Physical, Inorganic, and Organic branches of Chemistry. The majority of questions in the numerical value-based section were from Physical Chemistry. The whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its examples would be the key to scoring good marks. Chapters like Biomolecules, Environmental chemistry besides regular topics found due represented in the paper.

JEE Main 2022 25 July Shift 1 Paper Analysis 

Students can check the paper analysis of JEE Main 2022 25 July Shift 1 below.

  • Mathematics - Difficult. Some of the topics that were asked in the paper are Mathematical Reasoning and Statistics.
  • Physics - Lengthy. Most of the questions were formula based. Some of the topics that were asked in the paper are Semiconductors, AC, Communication systems and other JEE Main specific topics.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Some of the topics that were asked in the paper are Polymer, Chemistry in Everyday Life, block Chemistry, and Chain chemistry. 

JEE Main 2022 Paper Analysis June Session

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JEE Main 29 June 2022 Shift 2 Analysis 

  • Physics - Easy. Some of the topics that were covered are Semiconductors, Communication and Wavelength.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Some of the topics that were covered are Polymers, Biomolecular, Block Chemistry, P Block and Organic Chemistry.
  • Mathematics - Moderate. Some of the topics that were covered are Relations and Function, Vector, Limits, Algebra, Sequences and Series. 

JEE Main 29 June 2022 Shift 1 Analysis 

  • Mathematics - Moderately Difficult. Some of the topics that were covered are
  • Physics - Easy. Some of the topics that were covered are Mathematical reasoning, Limit, Integration, Statistics and Probability. 
  • Chemistry - Easy. Some of the topics that were covered are OH Bonds, Block Chemistry, Polymers and Biomolecules.Most of the questions were NCERT based.

JEE Main 28 June 2022 Shift 2 Analysis

Overall, the paper of JEE Main 28 June 2022 Shift 2 was moderate in difficulty level. 

  • Mathematics - Moderately difficult with lengthy questions.
  • Physics - Moderately difficult with more numerical questions.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Most of the questions were NCERT based.

JEE Main 28 June 2022 Shift 1 Analysis

  • Mathematics- Difficult. Some of the topics that were covered are Chapters of Algebra & Calculus, Matrices, 3 D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Functions, Limits, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Ellipse & Circle.
  • Chemistry- Easy. Some of the topics that were covered are Amines, Electrochemistry, Colloids, Environmental Chemistry, Titration, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Mole Concept, s – block & p- block, and Coordination Chemistry.
  • Physics-  Moderate. Some of the topics that were covered are Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity & Modern Physics, EM Waves, Laws of Motion, Semiconductors, Rotational Motion, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics.

JEE Main June 27 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

As per the initial reaction of students who had appeared in the exam, the question paper was moderate in difficulty level but Mathematics part was tough. The subject-wise difficulty level of the exam is

Mathematics- Difficult

Chemistry- Easy

Physics- Easy to Moderate

Detailed paper analysis will be available soon.

JEE Main June 27 Shift 1 Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute

Mathematics: For a lot of students, the Mathematics part was moderate. AS anticipated, some questions involved calculations. There were 7 to 8 questions from calculus, not less than 6 questions from Algebra and 2 questions from Vectors and 3 Dimensional  and about 5 questions  from

Coordinate Geometry. Regular practice and solving mock tests would be of great help in acing these papers.

Physics: For many students, the Physics paper was also of an easy level. Questions were asked from almost all  chapters - 2 questions from Optics, not less than 5 questions from Mechanics,  2 questions from Thermodynamics and questions from waves and Sound, Semiconductors  and optics among others are worth mentioning

As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula-based questions. Practising a sufficient number of similar tests would keep students in good stead.

Chemistry: This paper was easy and NCERT based. Questions from physical, organic and inorganic portions were evenly distributed Whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its Examples would be the key to scoring good marks. Chapters like Polymers and Chemistry in everyday life, Biomolecules and environmental chemistry besides regular topics found due to representation in the paper.

All in all, it was an easy to moderate paper which can be solved in 3 hours. The subjectwise difficulty level can be assumed as Mathematics >Chemistry >Physics

JEE Main 27 June 2022 Shift 1 Analysis

  • Mathematics- Moderate to difficult. Most of the questions were about Trigonometry, Circles, Conic section, Ellipse, Straight Lines.
  • Physics- Easy to moderate. Most of the questions were about Current Electricity, logic Gates, Semiconductor, Transistors, Communication Systems, Electrostatic, Potential Difference.
  • Chemistry- Easy. Most of the questions were about Inorganic section s & p block, Metallurgy, Biomolecules, Polymers and Chemistry in Everyday Life

JEE Main 27 June 2022 Shift 1 Students' Reaction

  • Shikha- The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. Mathematics was moderate to difficult while Physics was easy to moderate. Chemistry was mostly NCERT based.
  • Mayank- Paper was easy. Only the Maths section was a little difficult but Physics and Chemistry were easy.

JEE Main 26 Jun 2022 Analysis For Shift 2 - Available!

Difficulty level:

  • Maths was moderate but lengthy.
  • Physics was moderate.
  • Chemistry was easy.
  • Overall the paper was easy as compared to the previous shifts of the exam.

Distribution of questions:

  • In Chemistry, the maximum weightage was of inorganic chemistry, then organic and lastly physical. Most questions were mostly NCERT based.
  • Physics questions were asked from Semiconductor and Communication Devices.
  • Maths was tough with many questions from Algebra and Limits.  

JEE Main 26 Jun 2022 Analysis For Shift 1 - Available!

Check the initial student reaction to JEE Main 2022 for the June 26 shift 1 exam:

Difficulty level:

  • Maths was the Moderate to tough. Maths was lengthy too.
  • Physics was also moderate.
  • Chemistry was easy.
  • Overall the paper was moderate.

Distribution of questions:

  • In Maths, many questions were from AP/GP.
  • In Physics, many questions were from Thermodynamics, Electrostatics
  • In Chemistry, many questions came from Polymers and Organic Chemistry had less weightage. Questions were from NCERT.

JEE Main 25 June Shift 2 Paper Analysis

As per the feedback of students, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. The subject-wise difficulty level is

  • Physics: Moderate
  • Chemistry: Easy
  • Mathematics: moderate to difficult

As per the analysis of the paper, it can be deduced that Mathematics questions were tough in both the shifts while Chemistry was easy as usual. The Physics part was moderate in difficulty level in both the shifts. The detailed paper analysis by experts will be available soon. 

JEE Main June 25 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

As per the initial reaction from students who had appeared in the exam, the paper was moderate in difficulty level. Chemistry was the easiest, Mathematics was tough and lengthy while Physics was moderate.

Mathematics- The Mathematics section in JEE Main shift 1 June 25 paper was lengthy and difficult. Many questions were asked from mathematical reasoning, relation & function, matrices & determinants. More questions were asked from the class 12 syllabus than from the class 11 syllabus. 

Physics- As per the students who had appeared in the shift 1 exam, the Physics Paper was NCERT based. Many questions were asked from Rotational Mechanics, Work Energy and Optics. The paper consisted of mostly numerical questions and less theory part.  

Chemistry- Most students who had appeared in the JEE Main shift 1 paper of June 25 found Chemistry to be the easiest of all three subjects. Questions were NCERT based and easy. Many questions were asked from surface chemistry, organic chemistry, Biomolecules and chemistry in everyday life. Inorganic has higher weightage in comparison to physical chemistry and Organic.

JEE Main June 24 Paper Analysis Shift 1 by FIITJEE

Immediate reaction from students after the exam

  1. There were total 90* questions and Total marks of JEE Main Paper-1 was 300.

(* 5 out of 10 questions were to be attempted from Numerical Based section in each subject)

(2)        The paper had three parts & each part had two sections:

  • Part-IPhysics had total 30*questions – Sec-I had 20 Multiple choice questions with Single correct answers & Sec-II had 10 Numerical based questions out which only 5 had to be attempted. Marking scheme for multiple choice questions was +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response, 0 if not attempted. Marking scheme for numerical based questions was +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response and 0 in all other cases. Total marks of this section were 100.

  • Part-IIChemistry had total 30*questions – Sec-I had 20 Multiple choice questions with Single correct answers & Sec-II had 10 Numerical based questions out which only 5 had to be attempted. Marking scheme for multiple choice questions was +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response, 0 if not attempted. Marking scheme for numerical based questions was +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response and 0 in all other cases. Total marks of this section were 100.

  • Part-IIIMathematics had total 30*questions – Sec-I had 20 Multiple choice questions with Single correct answers & Sec-II had 10 Numerical based questions out which only 5 had to be attempted. Marking scheme for multiple choice questions was +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response, 0 if not attempted. Marking scheme for numerical based questions was +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response and 0 in all other cases. Total marks of this section were 100.

(3) Questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. Students reported Paper was balanced.

(4)         The level of difficultly as per feedback from students on 24th June,2022 (Forenoon Session).

    • Mathematics – Moderate level. Questions were asked from chapters majorly from Calculus, Co-ordinate Geometry, Algebra, Vector & 3D Geometry. Few Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. Weightage was given to Calculus. & Vectors. Numerical Based Questions were reported lengthy by few students.

    • Physics – Easy to Moderate level. Questions asked from Kinematics, Optics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Communication Systems, Heat and Thermodynamics, Modern Physics. Few Numerical based questions had lengthy calculations but were easy. Few Theory Based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were asked.

    • Chemistry – Easy level. Questions covered chapters like Mole Concept, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Chemical Bonding, Co-ordination compounds. Heat & Thermodynamics. Physical Chemistry mostly asked in Numerical based Questions. More Weightage given to Inorganic Chemistry amongst the rest and questions were NCERT Based.

(5)        In terms of order of Difficulty – Maths was Moderate level while Chemistry was easiest amongst the three subjects. Overall, this paper was Moderate level as per students.

(6) Students were given a Booklet for rough work.

(7) There was tight invigilation as per students.

(8) No errors were reported in the question papers.

(9) Proper social distancing was followed at the exam centre.

JEE Main 24 June Shift 1 Analysis by Akash Institute

A significant fraction of students found this paper to be of a moderate to easy level. There were a few questions with lengthy calculations in the Mathematics section. Questions covered almost all the chapters from classes XI and XII. A detailed analysis of the paper is given below.

Mathematics

A few students found the Mathematics section difficult as quite a few questions involved lengthy calculations. Adequate importance was given to Calculus & Algebra. Questions from Chapters of Binomial Theorem, Permutation & Combination, Probability as well as Limits, Definite Integral, Differential equation in Calculus were also present, and questions from Coordinate Geometry were also present in adequate numbers. To score well on such a paper, a student should practise regularly and solve mock tests.

Physics

The Physics paper was considered to be easy by a large number of students. This paper was quite balanced as questions from class XI and class XII were equally distributed. Some numerical-based questions were found to involve elaborate calculations. A few students also reported that some questions were a bit tricky. Students with a thorough understanding of the ‘Concepts of Physics by HC Verma' along with NCERT should be able to score well in this paper. Solving Mock tests as the last leg of preparation is the key to a high score for this section

Chemistry

This paper was of a moderate difficulty level and a few questions could be answered by applying the knowledge of NCERT books. Inorganic Chemistry had a slight edge over Organic and Physical Chemistry in terms of the distribution of questions. Questions were asked from chapters like Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday life, & p-block elements. Some of the questions from Physical Chemistry were considered difficult by a section of students, and questions from Inorganic Chemistry were of moderate levels As mentioned previously, students with a good understanding of NCERT books should be able to do well in this paper.

To conclude, it was an easy to moderate paper that involved a few lengthy calculations here and there. The subject-wise difficulty level can be assumed as

JEE Main 23 June 2022 Paper Analysis Shift 1

As per the JEE Main Today Paper Analysis, the question paper was moderate in difficulty level. Most students who appeared in the exam found the question papers easy to moderate in difficulty level. Many questions were NCERT based.

Most candidates have stated that the Paper 2A was moderate in nature with the difficulty level of the questions falling in mid-range. While some students said that they found a few questions from the Mathematics section to be difficult, they would still solve them in a given time. Expert analysis of JEE Main 2022

The detailed paper analysis will be available soon.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2021

JEE Main Paper Analysis 1 September 2021 Shift 2

The overall difficulty level of JEE Main 2021 Session 4 Shift 2 paper was moderate. The paper was well set and balanced. It was easiest as compared with the previous JEE Main 2021 sessions. Chemistry was quite straightforward and easy. Physics was a moderate difficulty, maths was a bit difficult. In chemistry, more weightage was given to organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. In physics, there were questions from electricity and magnetism, while in maths, questions on the topics of calculus, geometry, trigonometry and basic algebra were asked.

JEE Main Paper Analysis- August 31 Shift 2

The second shift of JEE Main 31 August 2021 paper was moderate to difficult, as reported by most students who had appeared in the exam. In terms of subject-wise difficulty, Maths was most difficult, followed by Physics and Chemistry. The detailed subject-wise JEE Main 31 August 2021 shift 2 paper analysis can be checked below.

Physics: Electrostatic, Alternating current, Thermodynamics, Semiconductors, Magnetism, EM Waves, Thermal conductivity 

Chemistry: Organic, name reaction, p-block, Equilibrium, Metallurgy, 

Mathematics: Calculus, integration, reasoning, differential equation.

JEE Main Paper Analysis- August 31 Shift 1

As per the initial reaction from students who appeared in JEE Main 31 August shift 1 paper, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. In the Physics section, questions were asked almost from all topics of class 11 and 12. Chemistry was easy and many questions were asked from the Organic and Inorganic parts while the Physical part was less asked.

Physics: NCERT based questions - Electrostatic, logic gate, transistor, modern physics.

Chemistry: Organic have high weightage, p-block, name reactions, polymers 

Mathematics: Calculus, Integration, Parabola, Binomial 

JEE Main Paper Analysis- August 27 Shift 2

As per today JEE Main paper shift, 2 reviews from students who appeared in the exam, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. Most students found Mathematics difficult with lengthy questions. In Chemistry, the Organic part was more while the numerical was there from the Physical part. Physics was moderate in difficulty level and many questions were asked from Mechanics and Magnetism. Detailed subject wise analysis of JEE Main today paper shift 2 can be checked below. 

  • Chemistry: The chemistry part was the easiest of all three sections. Most questions are from Organic Chemistry. Questions were asked from topics such as chemistry in everyday life, polymers, etc. Questions came mostly from organic chemistry.
  • Physics: This subject was moderate in difficulty level. Magnetism and Mechanics questions were asked. Questions asked from topics like modern physics, electrostatic, energy, wavelength, semiconductor etc.
  • Mathematics: Most students found Mathematics tough. This section was time-consuming and lengthy. There were many questions from Algebra. Some of the topics were Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, 3D, parabola, hyperbola, coordinates, etc.

JEE Main Paper Analysis- August 27 Shift 1

As per the initial reaction from students who appeared in the shift 1 exam, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Physics was easy in comparison to yesterday paper and was moderate to easy. The chemistry section was easy while Mathematics was moderate with lengthy calculations. Questions in Mathematics were asked from Vector, 3D and Coordinates. In Physics, there were questions from Electrostatistics and Thermodynamics while Organic and Inorganic, Majority NCERT based were asked in Chemistry. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below-

Chemistry- The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Six of the numerical based questions were from Physical Chemistry and two from inorganic Chemistry. Overall, the questions from Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were evenly distributed. A thorough study of the NCERT books, solving NCERT examples and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests.

Physics- According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was moderately difficult of the lot. 5 to 6 questions from Electromagnetics about 8 questions from mechanics, 2 from units and dimensions,4 questions from optics were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerical which were largely formula based. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be a better strategy.

Mathematics- Mathematics paper was easy but slightly time taking due to lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. 7 Questions were asked from Calculus, 5 questions from Coordinate Geometry, 4 from Vectors & 3D and not less than 5 questions from Algebra were there. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

Overall, it was a balanced paper that can be solved in the stipulated time. The difficulty level wise order is Mathematics > Physics> Chemistry.

JEE Main Shift 2 Analsysis August 26

Shift 2 of JEE Main 26 August 2021 is over. As per the initial reaction from students who appeared in the exam, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate in terms of difficulty. The Chemistry part was, as usual, the easiest with most questions from NCERT. The mathematics part was lengthy while the Physics was moderate to difficult. The detailed subject-wise analysis for JEE Main 26 August 2021 shift 2 paper can be checked below.

Physics: Questions from Physics in shift 2 were moderate in difficulty level. There were questions from EM waves, semiconductors and modern Physics. 

Chemistry: In the Chemistry section, more weightage was given to theory-based questions. The majority of the questions were from the Organic part while some questions were also from Inorganic and Physical. 

Mathematics: Questions from Mathematics were lengthy requiring large calculations. Many questions from Maths were difficult.

JEE Main August 26 Shift 1 Paper Analsysis

JEE Main 26 August 2021 shift 1 paper has been concluded. As per the initial student's reaction, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Check subject-wise weightage of topics for all three subjects.

Physics- Paper was moderate to difficult. 6 questions were asked from Semiconductor. 10-15 questions were formula based. Physics paper was moderate to difficult. Questions were calculative. 6 questions were from Semiconductor and were lengthy. Questions were asked from p-n type doping in Semiconductor. 2 questions were asked from optics.

ChemistryMost questions were NCERT based. The chemistry section was easy. Most questions were from the Organic and Inorganic parts. Questions were from Phenol and Formaldehyde. Around 4-5 questions were statement based questions. Inorganic, many questions were reaction based.

Mathematics- The mathematics part was difficult and lengthy. 4 questions were asked from Vector and 3D. Questions were also asked from Matrices and Determinants, a system of linear equations, Mathematics Reasoning, Stats and 4 questions from Differential equations. 5 questions from conic sections were asked. 

JEE Main 2021 August 26 Shift 1 Students Reactions

Harjeet: Overall the paper was easy to moderate. Physics was tough but Chemistry and Mathematics were moderate in terms of difficulty. In the Physics section, there were more questions from basic chapters such as measurement and dimensions. Chemistry had equal questions from inorganic and organic sections. 

Tanmay: The paper was moderate. As compared to the previous session, it was easier. Physics was tough and Chemistry has more questions from the inorganic section. Mathematics had balanced questions. 

Udit: Chemistry was easy but Mathematics was tough. Most of the questions were NCERT based. Electricity chapter questions were more in Physics and Mathematics had limits, integration and calculus questions. 

Saurabh: The paper was moderate but lengthy. It had more questions that required calculations. The Chemistry section had more inorganic questions. Maths was tough as usual.  

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JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis Session 3

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JEE Main July 27 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

As per the initial reaction from students who appeared in the exam, the paper was of moderate difficulty level. Mathematics was the toughest among all three sections while Chemistry was NCERT based. 

Physics- The Physics sections was well balanced. Questions in JEE Main 2021 July 27 shift 2 were asked from Fluids, EMF, Alternating Currents, Semiconductors and Electrostatics topics. 

Chemistry- Students found the chemistry section easy to moderate. All the questions asked in the chemistry section were from NCERT. Some questions were asked from Metallurgy, Coordination compounds, Polymers, Biomolecules topics. 

Mathematics- Most students found the Mathematics section tough and lengthy. 

JEE Main July 27, 2021, Shift 1 Analysis

As per the student's reviews on July 27 JEE Main 2021 exam, most questions were NCERT based. As per the students, those who had fully prepared NCERT, JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 paper would have been easy for them.

  • Physics- Questions from semiconductors and communication were asked. Questions in the section were formula-based.
  • Chemistry- Questions from polymer, biomolecules, chemistry in everyday life were asked one from each chapter. The weightage of organic chemistry was less in today's JEE Main paper for shift 1.
  • Mathematics- Maths was difficult. Questions were asked from Parabola, Hyperbola, Statistics, Curves, among others. 

JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 Paper Students Reaction

Mudit: Overall paper was of moderate level. Mathematics was lengthy but was not very tough. Chemistry and Physics were of moderate level. Physics had questions from Semiconductors and Communication while Chemistry had a balanced number of questions from Inorganic, Organic and Physical.

Vicky: The paper was easy to medium in difficulty level. However, Maths was lengthy and tough. The physics section had questions from Semiconductor. Chemistry had more questions from Organic and less from Physics. For students who are going to attempt the exam, revise NCERT for Chemistry. The maths and Physics section is lengthy so time has to be managed well.

Vijay: The paper was easy to moderate. Compared to Physics and Chemistry, Maths was hard. All of the questions were balanced and most of them were from NCERT.

Aditya: The paper was of moderate level. However, Maths was tough and lengthy. Physics and Chemistry were easy. All of the questions in the sections were well balanced.

Divans: As compared to the February session, this paper was quite tough. Physics was quite complicated and tricky and Chemistry was of moderate level. Mathematics was very lengthy and tough.

JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 Paper Analysis

JEE Main today paper for shift 2 was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level. Most students found Mathematics to be comparatively difficult than Physics and Chemistry. In Physics, questions were asked from Kinematics and Semiconductor. Questions from 3D and Vector were asked in Mathematics. Chemistry was mostly NCERT based. 

JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 Paper Analysis

Students can check here an analysis of today's JEE Main paper as per initial reaction from candidates who appeared in the exam:

  • Overall Question Paper Difficulty Level: Moderately Easy
  • Mathematics Section difficulty Level: Moderate and lengthy
  • Physics Section Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
  • Chemistry Section Difficulty Level: Easy (NCERT-based)

JEE Main 22 July Shift 2 Analysis

JEE Main 22 July 2021 exam conducted was of Moderate Difficulty level with more application-based questions. Students who appeared in the exam can check important points related to JEE Main today paper analysis below:

Mathematics – Moderately to Difficult Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Coordinate Geometry, Calculus, 3D & Vector Algebra. There were questions from Binomial Theorem, Probability & Matrices in Numerical based section. Questions were of moderate level and lengthy. 

Physics – Easy to Moderate level. Questions asked from Gravitation, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Heat and Thermodynamics. Numerical-based questions had lengthy calculations but were easy. Questions covered all chapters of XI & XII classes. It was a balanced section.

Chemistry - Easy level. Organic Chemistry & Inorganic Chemistry had some tricky questions. Physical Chemistry was only in Integer Type. Overall this section was easy.

JEE Main 20 July Shift 1 and 2 Paper Analysis

Parameter

Analysis

Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam

Moderate

Difficulty Level of Mathematics

Moderate

Difficulty Level of Physics

Moderately Difficult

Difficulty Level of Chemistry

Easy

Topics with More Weightage in Mathematics

  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Differential Calculus

Topics with More Weightage in Physics

  • Mechanics
  • Modern Physics
                                                     Topics with More Weightage in Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry

Difficulty Level of NAT Questions

Easy

Expected Average Number of Good Attempts

45

Expected Number of Very Good Attempts

65

Difficulty Level Comparison

Tougher than March & February

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JEE Main 2021 July 20 Shift 1& 2 Analysis Based on Students Reaction 

  • Overall the level of question paper was from easy to moderate in both shifts
  • Chemistry was easier than Physics
  • Maths was lengthy
  • Basic questions from organic chemistry were asked
  • Formula based questions were asked in Physics and Maths
  • Most of the questions were from NCERT
  • 1 to 2 questions from Biomolecules
  • MCQs were asked from organic and inorganic chemistry
  • Numerical type questions from Organic Chemistry
  • No question was asked from Statistics
  • No question of vernier calliper
  • Questions of polymer in Chemistry

JEE Main 2021 July 20 Shift 1 Students Reaction 

Many students have called the difficulty level in line with the previous attempt papers of JEE Main. For today's paper, most students found the physics section to be the hardest. Many questions from Electromagnetism and Rotational motion were also said to be harder. The numerical section of the Mathematics section was said to be hard.

As for the Chemistry paper, most of the students reported it to be easy and largely from NCERT. Questions from Organic and Physical Chemistry were equally difficult. A few questions from Mole Concept were said to have lengthy calculations. But most of the students said that the paper was relatively easy. 

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JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis Session 2

March 16, 2021 (Morning Session)

Candidates can check here JEE Main analysis 2021 for February and March exams for BE/BTech paper. According to the aspirants who took the JEE Main March 2021 exam, the difficulty level of JEE Main question paper was easy to moderate. Aspirants can know about the topics from which the questions were asked in the examination from JEE Main paper analysis. Check more details related to JEE Main 2021 analysis Paper 1 March session below.

According to the students, JEE Main Paper-1 of March 16 first shift can be considered a balanced one as there were questions from almost every chapter of all three subjects.  According to the students who appeared on March 16, found JEE Main 2020 Paper-1 was easy to moderate as compared to last year. JEE Main Paper-1 comprised three sections - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The exam in total was three hours long with each section being allotted 60 minutes. Each section had 25 questions. Most of the students found the Mathematics section of the question paper difficult than the rest of the paper and also stated that the questions were the tricky ones in this section.

JEE Main 2021 Analysis by FIITJEE 

Mathematics Section:

  • Overall the paper was of a moderate level.
  • Questions were asked from chapters majorly from Co-ordinate Geometry and Algebra 
  • Few Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations
  • Weightage was given to Chapter like Vectors, Matrices, Complex numbers in Algebra

Physics Section:

  • Easy to Moderate level.
  • Questions asked from Gravitation, Current Electricity and AC Circuits
  • Few numerical based questions had lengthy calculations but were easy  
  • Theory-Based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were asked

Chemistry Section:

  • Chemistry paper was easy
  • Questions covered chapters like Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry in Physical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry was given more weightage
  • Inorganic Chemistry had mostly questions from NCERT

JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis Session 1

JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 (BE/BTech) Day 3 shift 1 exam got over. According to the students who appeared on February 25, found JEE Main 2021 Paper-1 for shift 1 to be moderate. JEE Main Paper-1 comprised three sections - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. JEE Main Paper-1 of the February 25 first shift can be considered a balanced one as there were questions from almost every chapter of all three subjects.  

The following topics from JEE Main February 2021 paper 1 syllabus were mainly asked:

Mathematics

  • Matrices
  • Determinant Factors

Physics

  • Modern physics, 
  • Kinematics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Wave and ray optics

Chemistry

  • Solutions

JEE Main Analysis 2021 (Paper-1 for BE/BTech) February Session 

According to the students, JEE Main Paper-1 of February 24 first shift can be considered a balanced one as there were questions from almost every chapter of all three subjects.  According to the students who appeared on February 24, found JEE Main 2020 Paper-1 was easy to moderate as compared to last year. JEE Main Paper-1 comprised three sections - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The exam in total was three hours long with each section being allotted 60 minutes. Each section had 25 questions. Most of the students found the Mathematics section of the question paper difficult than the rest of the paper and also stated that the questions were the tricky ones in this section.

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JEE Main 2021 Paper 2 Analysis February Session

According to the students, the level of questions was less than or equal to the questions asked in JEE Main February 2021 session. According to the students who appeared on February 23, found JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 was moderate as compared to last year. The aspirants who appeared for JEE Main 2021 Paper 2 shared that JEE Main 2021 Paper 2 was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level. JEE Main Paper-2 comprised three sections - Aptitude, Mathematics, and Drawing. The exam in total was three hours long with each section being 60 minutes. While the Mathematics section had 25 questions, the Aptitude and Drawing section had 50 and 2 questions respectively. Most of the students found the Mathematics section of the question paper difficult than the rest of the paper and also stated that the questions were the tricky ones in this section.

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JEE Main 2021 Analysis Paper 2 (February 23)

  • The drawing section was easy
  • Maths was difficult if compared to Aptitude
  • Questions from 3D Geometry were easy

JEE Main 2020 Paper Analaysis

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JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis

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JEE Main 2019 Question Paper Analysis Paper-1

Candidates can check the subject-wise analysis of JEE Main 2019 paper-1 conducted on January 9 below.

Physics

Topic

Questions

Percentage

Very Easy

Easy

Average

Difficult

Electrostatics & Capacitors

3

10 %

0

2

0

1

Magnetic Field

4

13.33%

0

3

0

1

Current Electricity

4

13.33%

0

0

4

0

Modern Physics

4

13.33%

0

0

4

0

Ray & Wave Optics

3

10%

0

0

2

1

Mechanics

9

30%

0

0

8

1

Heat & Thermodynamics

3

10%

0

0

3

0

Total

30

100%

0

5

21

4

Chemistry

Topic

Questions

Percentage

Very Easy

Easy

Average

Difficult

Inorganic

10

33.33%

2

2

5

1

Physical

10

33.33%

0

2

6

2

Organic

10

33.33%

0

1

5

4

Total

30

100%

2

5

16

7

Mathematics

Topic

Questions

Percentage

Very Easy

Easy

Average

Difficult

Calculus

9

23.33%

1

1

4

3

Vector, 3D

3

10%

0

0

2

1

Algebra

11

36.66%

0

2

8

1

Trigonometry

1

3.33%

0

0

1

0

Coordinate geometry

6

20%

0

2

3

1

Total

30

100%

1

5

18

6

 

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JEE Main 2018 Paper Analysis

Take a look at the exam analysis of JEE Main 2018 below. 

  • According to experts, there were no changes in the pattern of Paper -1 of JEE Main, 2018 compared to previous years. Take a look at JEE Main 2018 Exam Analysis by experts on Shiksha.
  • According to Brajesh Maheshwari, Director of ALLEN Career Institute, Pen and paper exam of JEE Main-2018 was of moderate difficulty level.
  • Physics and Maths will be scored for the students. Both the papers were neither too tough nor too difficult.
  • The best thing is all the questions are having a single solution and there are no doubts regarding the solution.

JEE Main 2018 by Allen Career Institute:

  • The paper was NCERT based, which comprised questions with easy, moderate and difficult questions in an equal ratio.
  • This year there was no equal distribution of topics.
  • There were some topics of which many questions were asked whereas there were some from which not a single question was included. For example, questions were not asked from Carbonyl Compound in Chemistry and Geometrical Optics in Physics.
  • The paper included 47 questions from the 12th standard syllabus.
  • Whereas 43 questions were asked from the 11th standard syllabus.
  • In total questions from 12th standard syllabus comprised 188 marks which included 16 questions of 64 marks, 15 questions of 60 marks and 16 questions of 64 marks.
  • While total questions from 11th standard syllabus comprised 172 marks which included 14 questions of 56 marks, 15 questions of 60 marks and 14 questions of 56 marks.
  • The paper comprised 30 questions from Chemistry, which carried total 120 marks. It had 5 difficult questions of 20 marks. 10 questions with a moderate difficulty level of 40 marks. Whereas 15 questions were of the easy level, comprising 60 marks.
  • Only 2 questions from Maths were difficult which carried 8 marks. The difficulty level of 11 questions was moderate, carrying of 44 marks. While 17 questions were of easy level comprising of 68 marks.
  • In Physics only 1 question of 4 marks was difficult.19 questions comprising of 76 marks had a moderate difficulty level. Whereas 10 questions carrying 40 marks were easy.

JEE Main 2018 Exam Analysis by FIITJEE

  • There were no changes in the pattern of Paper -1 of JEE (Main) compared to previous years.
  • JEE Main 2018, a three-hour exam, comprised 90 questions from Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. Each question will be 4 marks. 1/4 marks of total marks per question will be deducted in case of an incorrect answer, whereas no deduction if the question is left un-attempted. Take a look at JEE Main 2018 pattern and JEE Main syllabus on Shiksha.
  • The level of difficulty as per feedback of students:
  1. Physics - Medium
  2. Chemistry - Easy (Mostly NCERT based)
  3. Mathematics – Medium
  • Paper – I for BE / BTech courses in 2018 had a similar pattern like the past years 2014 to 2017.
  • The Paper was balanced & was set from the CBSE syllabus of Class XI & XII, however as expected many of the questions were conceptual with some needing analytical skills.
  • Prima facie 20 questions were easy; 55 questions appeared to be of moderate difficulty & 15 questions were relatively difficult.
  • In our opinion a Student who attempted the paper with a cool head, he could attempt the complete paper.
  • Overall difficulty level for the paper was like previous years however Chemistry was slightly tougher than last year.
  • A student who was focused & serious all through the two years in improving speed & accuracy by taking regular quizzes & mock tests on JEE Main pattern, would do reasonably well.
  • It is always a relative performance, which matters in such competitive examinations.

Comparison: JEE Main 2017 vs JEE Main 2018

1. Number of Questions: Class-wise Coverage

JEE Main 2017
Class XI Class XII
Physics  -14 Physics - 16
Chemistry- 13 Chemistry -17
Mathematics -12 Mathematics -18
JEE Main 2018
Class XI Class XII
Physics  -13 Physics - 17
Chemistry- 17 Chemistry -13
Mathematics -15 Mathematics -15

2. Difficulty Level (E/M/D) - Overall Difficulty Level

JEE Main 2017
Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Moderate Easy Difficult
JEE Main 2018
Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Moderate Easy Moderate

3. Percentage-wise Coverage of Topics in Each subject Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics respectively

Physics

BRANCH JEE Main 2017 JEE Main 2018
Mechanics 23% 30%
Heat & Thermodynamics 13% 7%
Electrostatics & Current Electricity 20% 17%
Magnetics & Electro-Magnetic Induction 7% 13%
Optics & Waves 7% 3%
Modern Physics 13% 10%
Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves & Elasticity 10% 7%
Semi-Conductor Devices, Electromagnetic Waves and Principles of Communication 7% 13%

Chemistry:

BRANCH JEE Main 2017 JEE Main 2018
Organic Chemistry 33% 30%
Inorganic Chemistry 30% 30%
Physical Chemistry 37% 40%

Mathematics:

BRANCH JEE Main 2017 JEE Main 2018
Co-Ordinate Geometry 13% 17%
Calculus 33.5% 27%
Algebra 33.5% 27%
Vector/3-D Geometry 10% 10%
Trigonometry 7% 6%
Sets & Relations, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics 3% 13%

 

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Answered 2 days ago

To get into NITs via JEE Mains, you'll need to have passed 12th grade with at least 75% marks (or be in the top 20% of your class). For SC/ST students, the minimum is 65%. There's no upper age limit.

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Kathankumar Patel

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Answered 2 days ago

It's impossible to say for sure, but your EWS rank should be significantly better than your CRL rank. Think somewhere in the ballpark of 10,000 to 20,000. This is just an estimate though, as the exact difference can vary each year.

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Kathankumar Patel

Beginner-Level 5

Answered 2 days ago

No, you can't change it for JEE Advanced after filling out the Mains form. Your category sticks from Mains to Advanced.

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Kathankumar Patel

Beginner-Level 5

Answered 3 days ago

NTA has releasef the official JEE Main Answer Key 2024 Session 2 on the website jeemain.nta.ac.in. To download the JEE Main 2024 Answer Key session 2, candidates will need to login on the website using their application number and date of birth. Candidates can calculate their expected score in the e

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Satyendra Singh

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 3 days ago

NTA will release JEE Main Session 2 Result 2024 on April 25. To check result, candidates need to login on the JEE Main official website jeemain.nta.ac.in using their application number and date of birth. JEE Main 2024 Result session 2 will have details of NTA percentile scores of Physics, Chemistry,

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Satyendra Singh

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 3 days ago

NTA will announce JEE Main 2024 Session 2 Result on April 25. JEE Mains result 2024 session 2 link will be activated on the website jeemain.nta.ac.in. Candidates will need to login on the website using their application number and date of birth to check their scorecard.

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Satyendra Singh

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 5 days ago

Yes, Chitkara University Himachal Pradesh grant admission to BE course through JEE Main. Apart from this, it is also necessary that the aspirants fulfil the eligibility criteria. The eligible students can visit the university official website to fill out the application form. Following application s

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Manori Sahni

Contributor-Level 9

Answered 5 days ago

Initially, congratulations on securing such good percentile in your first exam. Talking about the free courses for JEE Main session 2, so yes multiple websites and institutions are there which offer free online sessions for preperation for the same. You can visit this link to know more about the onl

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Saanya Kalra

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a week ago

Yes, there is a possibility that you can re appear for the improvement exam. But, it is to be noted that this will happen only if your board allows for it because second attempt of improvement exam is held at the same time of the general board exam. 

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Saanya Kalra

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a week ago

No there is no seperate cutoff list for categories of JEE Main in college selection. However NTA will declare the minimum cutoff percentile according to categories for qualifying JEE Advanced.

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