JEE Main 2022 Session 2 – July 28, Shift 1 Question Paper Analysis
BENGALURU, July 28, 2022: National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted JEE Main July 28 exam for session 2 today. Today was the fourth day of the exam series that is being overseen by JEE Apex Board (JAB). The exams are to be organised in two meetings (shifts) today, i.e., morning and afternoon, and the morning shift is over. This year, NTA has allowed only two attempts, i.e., June and July attempts—unlike the previous year when candidates could appear for JEE Main four times. Read further to know how difficult the JEE Main July 28 question paper was, what type of questions it included, etc.
As per the official report published by NTA, a total of 6,29,778 registered for JEE Main for the 2nd attempt. NTA began the morning shift of JEE Main July 28 exam at 9:00 a.m., and the shift was over at 12:00 p.m., with the overall exam difficulty as ‘moderate’. After NTA concluded the test, the experts interviewed students who took the test in shift 1 today, and we have shared the same on this page. In addition, subject-matter experts analysed the JEE Main July 28 shift 1 question paper thoroughly and concluded whether the question paper was difficult, moderate, or easy.
July 28, 2022 | 12:50 p.m. — Various private coaching centres will release JEE Main July 28 shift 1 and shift 2 memory-based questions paper on their websites. Embibe’s subject-matter experts are working on the same and will add PDFs on this page.
July 28, 2022 | 12:40 p.m. — The Mathematics section was time-consuming, and questions were based on hyperbola, reasoning, coordinate geometry, statistics, limit and functions, and other JEE-specific chapters. Speaking of Chemistry, it was NCERT based most questions were asked from Polymer, Organic Chemistry, and Chemistry in Everyday Life topics. The Physical Chemistry portion included both MCQs and Numeral questions.
July 28, 2022 | 12:20 p.m. — As per some aspirants, some questions from Physics were based on semi-conductor, electricity, and communication systems.
July 28, 2022 | 12:15 p.m. — Students’ reviews suggest that the Maths section was tough, Chemistry was easy, and Physics was moderate.
July 28, 2022 | 12:10 p.m. — As per the initial reactions and responses of students, the JEE Main July 28 shift 1 question paper was ‘moderate’ in overall exam difficulty level.
July 28, 2022 | 12:09 p.m. — As per the NIRF 2022 rankings, IIT Madras topped the top 10 best engineering colleges list, followed by IIT Dehli, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT Guwahati, NIT Tiruchirapalli, IIT Hyderabad, and NIT Surathkal.
July 28, 2022 | 12:00 p.m. — NTA concludes the JEE Main July 27 shift 1 exam. A comprehensive question paper analysis will be added to this page as we seek students’ initial reactions and experts’ feedback.
July 28, 2022 | 11:40 a.m. — Candidates who took the JEE Main paper 1 on July 27 can download the memory-based questions with answers and solutions in PDF from the table added to this page.
July 28, 2022 | 11:40 a.m. — NTA will conclude the shift 1 exam of JEE Main 2022 on July 28 at 12:00 p.m. Keep an eye on this page to get a live question paper analysis.
July 28, 2022 | 11:00 a.m. — If test-takers can’t download their JEE 2022 hall tickets from the website, they must immediately reach out to the authorities at 011-40759000 between 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
July 28, 2022 | 09:00 a.m. — NTA begins shift 1 of JEE Main July 28 question paper, and immense numbers of aspirants were seen outside different exam centres throughout the country.
JEE Main 2022 July 28, Shift 1 Analysis
While around 6.29 lakh applicants forwarded their applications, not all of them will appear for the test due to unavoidable circumstances or personal reasons. JEE Main 2022 is being conducted in a total of 13 languages; however, the medium of instruction differs depending on the exam centres.
Take a glimpse at the table furnished below to know the subject-wise difficulty of the question paper, viz., whether Chemistry was easy, Mathematics was moderately hard, or Physics was comparatively more difficult.
Name of Subject
JEE Main 2022 All India Test Series (AITS)
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Knowing subject-wise analysis of JEE Main 2022 question paper will help aspirants be acquainted with the topics based on which questions paper was prepared, subject-specific difficulty, weightage, and more.
JEE Main July 28 Paper 1 Analysis — Physics
Physics section of JEE Main July 28 shift 1 question paper turned out to be ‘easy to moderate’. The question paper required lengthy calculations and was ‘tricky’.
Questions were asked from chapters like Current Electricity, Work, Power and Energy, Fluids, Rotational Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Optics, and Modern Physics.
Students’ reviews suggested that more weightage was given to topics of Class 11. Also, 4 questions were asked from Current Electricity.
JEE Main B.Tech/B.E question paper comprised 90 questions devoted to all three segments, including Physics. There were 30 questions from the Physics section in the paper—20 from Section A and 10 from Section B.
JEE Main July 28 Paper 1 Analysis — Chemistry
Students’ initial responses made it clear that Chemistry was easy (as it generally is). Physical and Organic Chemistry had more weightage as compared to Inorganic Chemistry.
Questions in the paper were put up from Environmental Chemistry and Coordination Compounds, whereas the Organic portion comprised questions from Alcohols, Phenols, Amines, and Polymers.
There were also numerical questions from Physical Chemistry that were easy, as reported by the students and experts. The Physical Chemistry included questions from Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium, Mole Concept, and Solutions.
As far as Inorganic Chemistry is concerned, it had most questions from NCERT.
The Chemistry section also comprised 20 questions in Section A, whereas Section B carried 10 questions. Both sections included negative marking.
JEE Main July 28 Paper 1 Analysis — Mathematics
As usual, the Mathematics section was comparatively the toughest section in the JEE Main July 27 question paper of shift 1; however, some students reported that it was ‘moderate’.
Questions from asked from different chapters, but there was emphasis on Co-ordinate Geometry and Algebra specifically.
There were mixed questions from Ellipse, Straight Line, Parabola, Circle, and Hyperbola.
Also, there were questions from Differential Equations, Definite Integral, Matrices, Binomial Theorem, Sequence and Series, Vectors, Probability, and Quadratic Equations.
Students’ initial reactions hinted that numerical-based questions were tricky and included some lengthy questions.
Mathematics, which has been reviewed as an all-time ‘difficult’ section, included 10 numerical type questions and 20 multiple-choice questions (MCQs).
JEE Main July 28 (Shift 1) — Students’ Reactions
Aspirants who took the JEE Main July 28 shift 1 question paper can also refer to some of the students’ reactions added underneath to have an idea about the overall exam difficulty level.
Saloni: Saloni explained that the Mathematics was a little perplexing to her and required more calculations, and yet she managed to solve almost all questions. Her review hited that the question paper was of moderate difficulty.
Rashmi: Rashmi’s initial reaction suggested that questions in the Chemistry section were asked from Phenols, Alcohols, and Amines, while Mathematics comprised mixed questions from Straight Line, Ellipse, Parabola, and others. She found question paper as ‘moderate’.
Diksha: Diksha spoke that she did not have any problem with the Chemisty section, i.e., it was easier for her than other sections; however, the Mathematics turned out to be tricky, lengy, and most challenging for her, and Physics was moderate.