JEE Main 30 Jan 2023 shift 1 over, check exam analysis, difficulty level, student reaction here

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Vishu Verma
Assistant Manager
New Delhi, Updated on Jan 30, 2023 13:04 IST

The first shift of JEE Main 2023 30 January exam concluded at noon. Read on to know about question paper difficulty level, type of questions, and other details.   

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has concluded the JEE Main 2023 January 30 shift 1 exam at 12 pm. The exam was conducted from 9 am to noon. JEE Main 2023 30 January Shift 2 will begin at 3 pm and end at 6 pm.  

As per the students who appeared for JEE Main 2023 30 January shift 1 exam, the difficulty level of JEE Main 30 Jan shift 1 paper was moderate. They said the exam was moderate in difficulty level with tricky questions in Mathematics section.  

JEE Main 30 January shift 1 exam: Section-wise difficulty level 


Difficulty level  


 Moderate to tough




Easy to moderate 

Students said lengthy calculations were required for both numerical and MCQs. More weightage was given to Algebra and Calculus. Questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse, Definite Integrals, Area, Differential Equations, Matrices, Probability, Permutation and Combination, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Binomial Theorem, Complex numbers, Progression Series.

JEE Main 29 January shift 1 and 2 paper analysis by experts and students feedback says Physics section was easy while Mathematics was moderate.   

The NTA will upload JEE Main 2023 question paper, responses of candidates and the provisional answer key once the JEE Main Session 1 is over. Candidates will be able to access these documents after February 1, 2023.   

Applicants appearing for the exam are advised to carry their JEE Main admit card 2023 along with one valid photo ID proof.  JEE Main 2023 Session 1 is being held on January 24, 25, 29, 30, 31 and February 1 for paper 1 (BE/Btech). On January 28, the BArch/BPlanning paper will be held in single shift.  

JEE Main 2023 exam day guidelines    

  • Candidates will be allowed entry or exit into/from the JEE Main 2023 exam centre only as per the schedule.    
  • Any conversation or gesture or disturbance in the exam hall will be deemed as misbehaviour. If a candidate is found using unfair means or impersonating, their candidature will be cancelled.    
  • Candidates wearing any special attire due to religious reasons are advised to reach the exam centers earlier in order to undergo thorough checking and mandatory frisking.    
  • Carrying the NTA JEE Main admit card 2023 clearly printed on A4 size sheets is mandatory. Candidates are also required to bring the following documents- self-declaration form/undertaking/proforma for printed on A4 size sheet, duly filled; valid photo ID proof; simple transparent ball point pen; a copy of same photograph that was used in application form to paste on attendance sheet; PwD certificate where applicable; documents related to scribes where applicable.    
  • Pen/Pencil and blank paper of rough work will be provided in the JEE exam hall. Candidates must write their name and roll number at the top of their sheet. This sheet will be returned to the invigilator before leaving the exam hall.    
  • Candidates will have to drop their JEE Main Hall Ticket 2023 and rough sheet in the box after displaying it to the invigilator.    
  • Additional items allowed in the exam hall are- personal hand sanitiser (50 ml), personal transparent water bottle, mask and gloves, sugar tablets/ fruits for diabetic candidates.  

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Vishu is a writer, an artist, a cat and an ardent music lover. She loves to read, sketch and explore new places in her leisure time. She has nine years of experience in print media.


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