JEE Main 2022 July 29, Shift 2 Session 2 Question Paper Analysis (Live)
Bengaluru, July 29: National Test Agency (NTA), in line with JEE Apex Board’s (JAB) guidelines, has conducted JEE Main 2022 July 29 exam in shift 2. Today was day 5, and students’ question papers were taken at 5:00 p.m. sharp—the time when the exam concluded. In this article, we have brought all live updates for the JEE Main July 29, shift 2 question paper that began at 3:00 p.m. and ended at 5:00 p.m. Read further to learn about the overall exam difficulty level, i.e., whether it was ‘easy’, ‘moderate’, or ‘difficult’.
Students were asked to follow all COVID-19 guidelines issued earlier on the official portal of NTA. Many aspirants were seen following all such protocols strictly, and those who didn’t were not allowed to sit in the exam hall. NTA also concluded shift 1 of JEE Main July 29 question paper at 12:00 p.m. Based on students’ initial reactions and experts’ feedback, July 29 shift 1 and 2 question papers turned out to be ‘moderate to difficult’.
July 29, 2022 | 09.48 p.m. — An All India Mock Test Series (AITS) has been added to the table on this page to help aspirants improve their test-taking skills for all sections, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Candidates can take AITS for free for JEE Main 2022 and improve their accuracy and speed.
July 29, 2022 | 08.58 p.m. — We have added a PDF of a memory-based question paper for JEE Main July 29 shift 1 in the table below. Check out the answers and solutions to the questions asked.
July 29, 2022 | 08.36 p.m. — The names of chapters of all three subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) from which questions were asked have been added to the subject-wise analysis of JEE Main July 29 shift 2 (see table).
July 29, 2022 | 08.30 p.m. — Stay tuned with us on this page to get the questions asked from Chemistry section shortly.
July 29, 2022 | 08.20 p.m. — Supreme Court directed the exam-conducting authority, NTA, to allow 15 aspirants who faced technical glitches while taking the session 1 exam of JEE Main 2022. They shall participate in the additional session scheduled for tomorrow, i.e., July 30, 2022. The plea was filed by an aspirant named Gaurav Bhairava and several other contending applicants.
July 29, 2022 | 08.02 p.m. — Based on students’ reviews, Physics section was a scoring one; however, some found it somewhere ‘easy to moderate’. Questions were put up from chapters like Electricity, Optics, AC Circuits and Communication Systems, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Kinematics, Thermodynamics, and more (see subject-wise analysis below).
July 29, 2022 | 08.02 p.m. — We have added a subject-wise question paper analysis for Phycis, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Check out what type of questions were asked in each question.
July 29, 2022 | 07.09 p.m. — Students reported that most Chemistry questions were based on Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. Also, the Mathematics section included questions on limits, mathematical reasoning, integration, statistics, calculus, algebra, etc. As for Physics, questions were based on semi-conductor, communication, current electricity, etc.
July 29, 2022 | 06.19 p.m. — The overall exam difficulty of the question paper was ‘moderate’. The Physics segment was ‘easy to moderate’, whereas Chemistry was ‘easy’, and Mathematics, as usual, turned out to be ‘difficult’.
July 29, 2022 | 06.00 p.m. — The JEE Main 2022 July shift 2 is over. We will shortly add the question paper difficulty level, types of questions asked, which section had more weightage and more. Stay tuned!
July 29, 2022 | 03.00 p.m. — Shift 2 of JEE Main July 29 has started.
July 29, 2022 | 12.10 p.m. — NTA-JAB concluded the shift 1 exam of JEE Main 2022 July 29 exam and the overall difficulty of the question paper, as suggested by students and experts, was ‘moderate to difficult’.
JEE Main July 29 Question Paper Analysis
Using the question paper analysis of JEE Main July 29 (Day 5), aspirants can figure out how difficult the question paper was, which section of it required more calculations, which section was lengthy, and which one included more questions from NCERT.
JEE Main July 29, Shift 2 Analysis
Candidates who took the JEE Main July 29 shift 2 question paper can check out the subject-wise difficulty level of the exam using the subsequent table:
Name of Subject
East to Moderate
JEE Main July 29, Shift 1 Analysis
Aspirants appearing for shift 2 can also check the shit 1 difficulty level of question paper for each subject, namely Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
Name of Subject
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JEE Main 2022 July 29, Shift 2 Question Paper Analysis
Embibe’s subject-matter experts also prepare JEE Main July session question paper with solutions and answers so that aspirants who took the test from July 25 to 30, 2022, can get the correct solution to the questions they attempted in the exam. Here are the memory-based questions in PDF for all JEE Main conducted so far:
JEE Main July 29 Shift 2, Question Paper Subject-wise Analysis
Here is the subject-wise analysis of JEE Main July 29 shift 2 question paper:
JEE Main July 29 Shift 2 – Physics
The overall difficulty of the Physics section of JEE Main July 29 shift 2 question paper was ‘easy to moderate’. Although, some students’ reviews suggested that this section was ‘easy’.
Overall, it was a scoring section. The questions were asked from Laws of Motion, Fluids, Gravitation, Work, SHM, Rotational Motion, Power and Energy, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Kinematics, Current Electricity, AC Circuits and Communication Systems, and Magnetism.
One question was asked from Optics, and one was from Electricity.
It has been reported that the Numerical-based questions were quite easy.
JEE Main July 29 Shift 2 – Chemistry
As usual, the Chemistry section of JEE Main July 29 turned out to be ‘easy’; therefore, most aspirants could solve the questions easily.
Inorganic and Physical Chemistry had more weightage when it came to the number of questions asked.
Organic Chemistry included some mixed questions, especially from Phenols and Alcohols(in chain reaction form), Biomolecules, and GOC. Students reported that this section was tricky and comprised lengthy questions.
Insofar the Physical Chemistry is concerned, questions put up in the paper were from Mole Concept, Chemical Equilibrium, Ionic Equilibrium, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry- 2 questions, and other chapters.
Numerical questions have been reviewed as easy and time-consuming.
For the Inorganic portion in the Chemistry section, the questions were based on Chemistry in Everyday Life, Co-ordination Compounds, Ores and Metallurgy, p Block, Environmental Chemistry,
JEE Main July 29 Shift 2 – Mathematics
Mathematics was reported as the most difficult section of the question, as it usually is. People found the questions very difficult; some students even reported that the questions were lengthy.
Questions were asked from all sections; however, the weightage was given to Calculus and Algebra chapters. Some students also reported the Mathematics section was tricky.
Also, there were mixed questions from chapters like Circle & Ellipse. The paper also comprised questions from Permutation, Probability-2, Combination, Quadratic Equations, Matrices-3, and Complex numbers in Algebra.
As for the Calculus, there were around 2 to 3 questions about Differential Equations, whereas 3 questions were about 3D Geometry and Vectors.
Speaking of the lengthy or time-consuming questions, that credit goes to Numerical-based questions.
JEE Main July 29 (Shift 2) — Students’ Reactions
Shalini: Shalini reported that the question paper was more challenging than the session 1 question paper. While she could solve all questions from the Chemistry section without difficulty, Mathematics questions had her thinking and consumed most of her time.
Pooja: Pooja found the overall question paper as ‘Moderate’. Her review suggested that questions from the Physics section were asked about current electricity and semi-conductor. She, just like other students, found the Mathematics section difficult.
Sahil: Sahil attempted all questions from the Chemistry segment. He explained that most Chemistry questions were from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, although he skipped some Mathematics questions as they seemed time-consuming, i.e., required lengthy calculations.