JEE Main 2022 July 26, Shift 2 Question Paper Analysis, Reactions
Bengaluru, July 26: NTA, with success, organised shift 2 entrance test of JEE Main 2022 on July 26. It was the second day of JEE Main 2nd attempt (session 2) since the first exam took place on July 25, 2022. An immense number of aspirants who registered for the test were at different exam centres in 500 exam cities. The examination took place in the evening shift, viz. it began at 3:00 p.m. and ended at 6:00 p.m, and the overall difficulty level of the question paper was ‘moderate’.
Although NTA prepared a tricky question paper, especially the Mathematics segment, aspirants did not give in and put every possible effort while attempting all required questions in JEE Main paper 1, organised on July 26. NTA had also posted an advisory on its portal for aspirants so they could have a smoother exam-taking experience. Every aspirant—including management at different test centres—was required to follow the guidelines and maintain social distancing.
July 26, 2022 | 6:50 p.m. — Candidates appearing for JEE Main 2022 July attempt (session 2) are suggested to take JEE Main mock tests to improve their exam-taking skills.
July 26, 2022 | 6:30 p.m. — NTA is likely to issue the set-wise answer keys of the JEE Main July session in the first week of August 2022, tentatively. Aspirants who wish to challenge the answer keys will have to pay Rs.200/- for each question raised objection against.
July 26, 2022 | 6:14 p.m. — The overall difficulty of the JEE Main July 26 shift 2 question paper was ‘moderate’. Aspirants found ‘Mathematics’ section comparatively challenging as compared to Physics and Chemistry sections.
July 26, 2022 | 6:00 p.m. — NTA has successfully concluded shift 2 of JEE Main 2022 July 26 exam at 6:00 p.m. We will shortly add the JEE Main July 26 shift 2 paper analysis and students’ reactions on this page.
July 26, 2022 | 3:00 p.m. — NTA begins shift 2 of JEE July 26 exam for paper 1 (B.Arch and B.Plan).
July 26, 2022 | 2:30 p.m. — Students are recommended to strictly follow the COVID-19 and exam-day protocols to have a smoother experience while taking the test. NTA has suggested that aspirants wear face masks at all times.
JEE Main 2022 July 26 Shift 2 Analysis
As shift 2 of JEE July 26 is over, we have added detailed analysis of the test, shedding light on the subject-wise difficulty of JEE Main, types of questions asked, topics from which the questions were asked, students’ reactions, and more.
The subsequent table comprises the difficulty for all subjects, namely Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics:
Name of Subject
Easy to Moderate
What is the JEE Main 2022 Exam Date for Different Papers?
NTA—consistent with the JEE Apex Board (JAB’s) regulations—is conducting paper 1 from July 25 to 27 for the aspirants residing in India, whereas aspirants who opted for paper 1 and also live outside India will have to appear for the exam on July 28 and 29, 2022. Speaking of papers, another paper, i.e., paper 2A (for B.Arch) and paper 2B (for B.Planning), shall be carried out on the last date—July 30, 2022.
JEE Main All India Test Series (AITs)
Aspirants who registered for JEE Main July session should take the free mock test series added in the table below. Here is the step-by-step method for taking the mock tests:
JEE Main 2022 July 26 Shift 2 Analysis (Subject-wise)
Physics: As per students’ initial responses and experts’ feedback, the Physics segment has been reviewed as ‘easy to moderate’. The questions in the Physics segment were based on Mechanics, Waves, Sound, Thermodynamics, Communication Systems, Current Electricity, etc.
Chemistry: How challenging the Chesmitry segment of the second shift of JEE July 26 exam was will be updated right here after the test is over. Questions were asked from Organic and Physical Chemistry. Based on memory-based reviews, questions were also asked about Environmental Chemistry and Chemical Equilibrium.
Mathematics: This segment devotes to the difficulty of the JEE Main July 26 shift 2 question paper, especially for the Mathematics section. The question paper included questions based on Coordinate Complex, Vector 3D, Trigonometry, Algebra, Differential Equations, etc.
JEE Main July 26 Shift 2 Question Paper Analysis
Besides offering an in-depth analysis of JEE Main July 26 question paper, Embibe also provides shift-wise memory-based question papers, including paper 1, Paper 2A, and Paper 2B. These questions will help aspirants get their head around the variety of questions, and difficulty level, which—in turn—will allow them to forecast their result status since these question papers also include the answers and solutions to the questions asked.
The following table presents the PDFs of JEE Main session 2 memory-based question papers of the exams conducted so far:
JEE Main July 26 Shift 2 Question Paper—Students’ Reactions
Observing students’ initial reactions is one of the ways in which one can get to know the overall and subject-wise difficulty of the question paper, which, in this case, is JEE Main shift 2 question paper of July 26, 2022.
Different applicants shared different opinions. Some shared positive feedback, while others’ reviews suggested that the question paper was difficult. Take a glimpse to learn more about the students’ reactions to JEE Main question paper of July 26 shift 2:
Diksha: Diksha observed that the overall question paper of JEE Main July 26 shift 2 was moderate regarding the exam difficulty level.
Rahul: Rahul found the 2nd shift of JEE Main paper quite challenging, especially the Mathematics section. He explained that questions from Mathematics included tricky questions and that this segment was challenging compared to others.
Sakshi: Sakshi’s initial reaction suggested that the Chemistry segment was the easiest one in the JEE Main question paper, whereas Mathematics turned out to be ‘moderately difficult’.
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