JEE Main 2022 July Session – July 29, Shift 1 Analysis, Reaction
Bengaluru, July 29: JEE Main July Session Day 5 Shift 1 has ended just some time back. The exam timings were from 9 AM to 12 PM. Day 5 Shift 2 will be conducted from 3 PM to 6 PM. This page brings to you the LIVE exam analysis of JEE Main July 29 Shift 1 exam session which will help you get through the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main exam. The exam paper was reviewed to be moderate.
For every exam day, candidates were asked to bring one photo ID evidence and their JEE Main 2022 admit card. If a candidate is discovered without the JEE Mains 2022 exam hall ticket, they will not be permitted to enter the exam room. Candidates must adhere to all COVID-19 regulations in accordance with NTA JEE Main 2022 directions. Candidates must arrive at the JEE Main exam 2022 location 60 minutes prior to the start of the test. Keep reading to know more!
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JEE Main July 29, Shift 1 Paper Analysis
Subject-wise difficulty level bifurcation is given here in the table below:
Name of Subject
JEE Main All India Test Series (AITS) 2022
Candidates must pay special attention to all of the significant topics, curricula, or subjects specified in the JEE Main syllabus in order to succeed on the exam. In order to increase their speed and accuracy, students can ace the JEE Main 2022 exam by taking the All India Test Series (AITS) listed below. Candidates can enroll in the AIT series by taking the following steps:
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The subject-wise question paper difficulty-level analysis is given here:
Physics: Physics was off a moderate difficulty level. Questions came in from the NCERT textbooks and the questions were formula-based. Questions from Semiconductors were hard to attempt.
Chemistry: Questions came in from the Inorganic Chemistry section mostly.
Mathematics: It was moderate to challenging in this portion. Questions pertaining to hyperbola, parabola, integration, statistics, limits, and mathematical reasoning were also posed.
JEE Main July 29 Question Paper Analysis
Additionally, Embibe offers Paper 1, Paper 2A, and Paper 2B shift-wise memory-based question papers in PDF format so that applicants can quickly gauge the degree of difficulty of the exam. To raise their scores on the JEE Main July Session exam, aspirants should start working on JEE Main Practice Papers.
The table given below highlights the JEE Main July Session Memory-based Solution: