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  • Last Modified 25-06-2022

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2022: Shifts 1 & 2 Exam Analysis

JEE Main Analysis 2022: National Testing Agency, along with JEE Apex Board (JAB) has successfully conducted the JEE Main 2022 on June 23 and June 24 in both the shifts- morning (9.00 AM to 12.00 PM) and evening (3.00 PM to 6.00 PM). Aspirants preparing for JEE Mains should check the JEE Main June 23 and June 24 paper analysis from this page. This page also includes the previous year’s JEE Main paper analysis from which students can know about the question paper format, actual difficulty level, and other important information.

The addition of June 23 and June 24 for both the shifts as per the paper difficulty level is given here in this article. Various coaching institutes like Resonance, Allen, and FIITJEE will also release JEE Main analysis after the exam is concluded. Candidates planning to appear for the exam should check the detailed insights of the question paper format which is coming in the exams. Continue reading to learn more about JEE Main Exam Analysis.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2022

Aspirants looking for an in-depth review of JEE Main 2022 analysis of session 1 should bookmark this page. Apart from that, we will also add the JEE Main paper analysis for the session 2 exams. Those who will appear for JEE Main 2022 may also check previous year’s students’ reactions and experts’ reviews.

Paper (Shift)Question Paper and Solution PDFSolution Video Link
24th June Shift 1Link to Memory-Based Questions with SolutionLink
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JEE Main June 24 Shift 2 Difficulty Level

Aspirants can check the subject-wise analysis of JEE Main June 24 exam conducted in shift 2 below:

SubjectsDifficulty Level
PhysicsModerate
ChemistryEasy
MathematicsDifficult

JEE Main June 24 Shift 1 Difficulty Level

As per the feedback given by the students, the question paper level was moderately difficult. Most of the questions were somewhat similar to that of the previous years. The detailed analysis is given here in the table below:

SubjectsDifficulty Level
Physics Moderate to Difficult
ChemistryModerate to Difficult
MathematicsDifficult

JEE Main June 23 Shift 2 Difficulty Level

The overall difficulty level was easy to moderate. Aspirants can check the subject-wise analysis of JEE Main June 23 exam conducted in shift 2 below:

SubjectsDifficulty Level
MathematicsModerate
AptitudeEasy to Moderate
DrawingEasy

JEE Main June 23 Shift 1 Difficulty Level

Based on the feedback shared by Ramesh Batlish, the head of FIITJEE Noida, the overall JEE Main 2022 B.Arch paper conducted on June 23, 2022, was of moderate difficulty level. Take a look at the table to find out subject-wise difficulty level:

SubjectsDifficulty Level
MathematicsModerate to Difficult
AptitudeEasy to Moderate
DrawingEasy

Mathematics:

The mathematics section of JEE Main has turned out to be moderate to difficult. There were some numerical questions that were quite lengthy and involved more calculations, as reported by the students. The geometry chapter seemed to have more weightage.

Aptitude:

This section carried most questions from 3-Dimensional figures and the overall difficulty level of this section was easy to moderate.

Drawing:

This section was easy. One of the questions asked the students to draw and colour the scene of Holi festival, while another included the concept of the colour scheme of the Burger King logo, and there was a question based on which students had to redraw a given figure following the correction proportions.

Students’ Feedback on JEE Main June Exam Session

The shift-wise student’s reaction along with the detailed analysis has been added up in the following table:

Shift-wise PapersAnalysis Links
JEE Main June 24 Shift 2 Analysis JEE Main June 24 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech)
JEE Main June 24 Shift 1 Analysis JEE Main June 24 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech)
JEE Main June 23 Shift 2 Analysis JEE Main June 23 Shift 2 (B.Plan)
JEE Main June 23 Shift 1 Analysis JEE Main June 23 Shift 1 (B.Arch)

JEE Main September 2021 Session Analysis 

The overall paper was moderate in difficulty level. The number of good attempts for this shift can be 55+.

  • Mathematics: Moderate to Tough. The high weightage topics were Three Dimensional Geometry, Calculus, Sets, Relations & Functions, Co-ordinates & Straight Lines
  • General Aptitude: Moderate. Questions were based on the topics like Mirror images, odd one out, orthographic projection, and hidden figures.
  • Drawing: Easy to Moderate. Drawing questions include a portrait of Sardar standing at the Golden Temple, a View of a traditional market, Corporation- Decode the image and draw an aesthetic composition

JEE Main Paper Analysis for September 1 Shift 2

JEE Main 2021 September 1 shift 2 paper was moderately difficult. Questions were majorly asked from the NCERT syllabus. The very good attempts for this shift can be 60+.

  • Mathematics: This section was again moderate and a bit lengthy. Questions were asked from Calculus, mathematical reasoning, Algebra, statistics, vector- 3D, binomial, Permutation and Combination, coordinate geometry, etc. The high weightage topics were Calculus, Algebra, and Coordinate Geometry.
  • Physics: This section was moderate to easy. The question paper covered topics like Gravitation, Modern Physics, Electromagnetism, Electrostatics, Semiconductors, Communication, Mechanics, AC, Optics, Thermodynamics, etc., The topics like Electrostatics, Electromagnetism, Modern physics and Optics had high weightage. Class 12 Chapters had more weightage. Some numerical questions were time-consuming.
  • Chemistry: This section was easy and NCERT-based. Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry had more weightage than Physical Chemistry. Questions were asked about p-block elements, environmental chemistry, polymers, biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday Life, etc. Numericals from Physical Chemistry dominated the integer-based value questions.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 1 September 2021 – Shift 1

As per the reports, no exam was conducted in shift 1 of September 1, 2021.

JEE Main September 1 Solution PDF by Embibe

The table below includes the subject-wise paper analysis of JEE Main conducted on September 1, 2021. Browse direct PDFs to know more:

SubjectsShift 1 Question Paper with Solution by EmbibeShift 2 Question Paper with Solution by Embibe
ChemistryExam Not ConductedDownload
PhysicsExam Not ConductedDownload
MathematicsExam Not ConductedDownload

JEE Main August 2021 Session Analysis 

JEE Main Paper Analysis 31 August 2021

The JEE Mains 2021 August 31 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Students find the JEE Main Aug 31 (shift 1, shift 2) exam easy compared to previous sessions. The number of very good attempts is expected to be 60+. Check JEE Mains 2021 shift 1 and shift 2 subject-wise analysis below:

  • Mathematics: Moderate. Questions were asked from Coordinates, Statistics, Probability, Integral calculus, vector, 3D, Algebra, Coordinate geometry, etc.
  • Physics: Moderate to Easy. The question paper covered topics like Gravitation, Modern Physics, Current Electricity, Kinematics, Electrostatics, Thermodynamics, Mechanics, etc.
  • Chemistry: Easy, NCERT-based. Questions were asked about biomolecules, p-block, polymers, chemistry in everyday life, organic chemistry, physical chemistry etc.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 27 August 2021

JEE Main 2021 August 27 paper was moderately difficult similar to the Shift 1 exam. Questions were majorly asked from the NCERT syllabus. The very good attempts for this shift can be 60+.

  • Mathematics: This section was again moderate to tough and a quite bit longer. Questions were asked about mathematical reasoning, Algebra, Calculus, 3D, parabola, complex numbers, Coordinate geometry, etc. Integral Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, and Differential Calculus had high weightage.
  • Physics: This section was moderate to easy. Questions were covered on topics like Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Gravitation, Modern Physics, Electrostatics, Semiconductors, Communication, etc., Mechanics and Modern Physics had high weightage. Some numerical questions were time-consuming.
  • Chemistry: This section was easy and NCERT-based. Organic Chemistry had more weightage than Inorganic Chemistry. Questions were asked about Hydrocarbons, polymers, biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday Life, etc. Numericals from Physical Chemistry were time-taking.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 26 August 2021 

The JEE Mains 2021 August 26 paper was moderate in difficulty level. The number of very good attempts is expected to be 55+.

Mathematics: The mathematics section was moderate and quite lengthy.

MathematicsShift 1Shift 2Total
Algebra111021
Calculus91019
Coordinate347
Trigonometry336
Vector & 3D437
Total303060

Chemistry: The Chemistry section was easy to moderate; the Paper was theory-based, and the questions were majorly from NCERT. Questions from topics like Biomolecules, Polymers and Chemistry in Everyday Life in Chemistry.

ChemistryShift 1Shift 2Total
Organic Chemistry12921
Inorganic Chemistry101222
Physical Chemistry8917
Total303060

Physics: The Physics section was moderate in difficulty level. Numericals were formula-based. The question paper covered topics like gravitation, semiconductors, optics, modern physics, EM waves etc.

PhysicsShift 1Shift 2Total
Electrodynamics549
Fluid Mechanics235
Heat & Thermodynamics437
Mechanics10919
Modern Physics5611
Ray Optics & Wave Optics224
Waves235
Total303060

JEE Main Paper Analysis 26 August 2021

Based on the student reactions, the JEE Mains 2021 August 26 paper was moderate in difficulty. It was a bit easier than July 20 shift 1 exam. The number of very good attempts is expected to be 55+.

  1. Mathematics: The mathematics section was moderate to difficult and lengthy. Questions were asked about probability, mathematics reasoning, statistics, differential equation, Calculus, Vector & 3D, matrices, etc.
  2. Chemistry: The Chemistry section was easy; theoretical questions were more. The Paper was NCERT-based. Organic & inorganic chemistry topics had high weightage. Questions were asked about s-block & p-block elements, polymers, biomolecules, chemistry in everyday life, organic chemistry, physical chemistry etc.
  3. Physics: The Physics section was moderate in difficulty level, questions were from Mechanics, Semiconductor, optics, Communication System, Modern Physics, and Kinematics. Numerical in the section were formula-based.

JEE Main July 2021 Session Analysis

NTA has successfully conducted JEE Mains 2021 April (Third) session on July 20, 22, 25 & 27, 2021. A total of 7,09,519 candidates have registered for the JEE Main April 2021 session. Candidates can check the shift-wise JEE Main Session 3 Analysis 2021 below.

Exam DateShift 1 Question Paper with Solution by Allen InstituteShift 2 Question Paper with Solution by Allen Institute
July 20Physics
Maths
Chemistry
Physics
Chemistry
Maths
July 22Exam Not ConductedPhysics
Chemistry
Maths
July 25Chemistry
Physics
Maths
Physics
Maths
Chemistry
July 27Chemistry
Maths
Physics
Chemistry
Physics
Maths

JEE Main Analysis 27 July 2021 – Shift 2

The overall difficulty level of JEE Mains July 27 shift 2 paper was moderate to tough. JEE Mains July 27 shift 2 paper was more or less the same in difficulty level compared to the previous sessions. This time, the overall paper was NCERT based and balanced.

  1. Physics: This section was moderate in difficulty level. The physics section in JEE Mains 2021 July 27 shift 2 was balanced. Questions were asked from Semiconductor, KTG & Thermodynamics.
  2. Chemistry: The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was easy. Questions were NCERT based. Organic chemistry had significant weightage. Physical Chemistry questions were integer-based.
  3. Maths: This section was moderate to tough and lengthy. The calculations were tricky which consumed time in many questions. Questions were asked from Mathematical reasoning, calculus, statistics, Coordinate Geometry and Trigonometry.

JEE Main Analysis 27 July 2021 – Shift 1

The difficulty level of shift 1 JEE Mains 27 July paper was moderate to tough. JEE Mains July 27 shift 1 paper was more or less the same in difficulty level compared to the previous sessions. This time, the overall paper was NCERT based and balanced.

  1. Physics: This section was moderate in difficulty level. The physics section in JEE Mains 2021 July 27 shift 1 was balanced. Questions were asked about semiconductors, kinematics, and communication. Numerical questions in the section were formula-based.
  2. Chemistry: The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was easy. Questions were NCERT based. The weightage given to organic chemistry was less compared to previous sessions. One question was asked about polymers, biomolecules, and chemistry in everyday life.
  3. Maths: This section was moderate to tough and lengthy. The calculations were tricky which consumed time in many questions. One question was asked from mathematical reasoning, statistics, and coordinate geometry.

JEE Main Analysis 25 July 2021 – Shift 2

  1. Physics was easy in difficulty level. 5 questions from Kinematics, 2 questions from Semiconductors, 1 question from Communication, were asked in the paper.
  2. Chemistry was easy. Most of the questions were NCERT based. The weightage was given more to Physical Chemistry. Equal weightage was given to organic and inorganic chemistry had equal weightage. Numerical Questions were asked from  Physical Chemistry. 
  3. Mathematics was easy to moderate. 2-3 questions from Vector 3d, 1 question from mathematical reasoning, and 1 question from statistics were asked in the paper. Calculus questions were less compared to previous sessions.

JEE Main Analysis 25 July 2021 – Shift 1

The difficulty level of shift 1 JEE Mains 25 July paper was moderate. JEE Mains July 25 shift 1 paper was more or less the same in difficulty level compared to the previous sessions. Overall, the paper was balanced, with chapters/topics from both classes 11 and 12.

  1. Physics was moderate in difficulty level. The weightage of the questions were balanced. The JEE Mains 2021 July 25 shift 1 Physics paper was calculative. Integer-based questions were tricky and time-consuming. The dominating topics were Mechanics, Current electricity, Modern Physics, and Thermodynamics.
  2. Chemistry was easy. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT. This time equal weightage was given to Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. Questions were also asked from polymers and biomolecules.
  3. Mathematics was moderate to difficult and lengthy. Calculations were time-consuming in many questions.

JEE Main Analysis 22 July 2021 – Shift 2

The difficulty level of JEE Main July 22 shift 2 paper was overall moderate. However, some students found it to be lengthier than previous JEE Main 2021 sessions.

  1. Physics: This section was easy to moderate in difficulty level. The physics section in JEE Mains 2021 July 22 shift 2 was much more calculative as compared to previous sessions.
  2. Chemistry: The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was easy. Most of the questions were directly picked from NCERT books. The equal weightage was given to both organic and inorganic chemistry.
  3. Maths: This section was moderate to tough and lengthy. The calculations were time-consuming in many questions.
SectionLevel of Difficulty
MathsModerate to Difficult
PhysicsModerate
ChemistryEasy
Overall PaperModerate

JEE Main Analysis 22 July 2021 – Shift 1

As per the reports, the July 22 morning shift exam has not been conducted.

JEE Main Analysis 20 July 2021 – Shift 2

The difficulty level of JEE Main July 20 shift 2 paper was overall moderate to tough. The shift 2 paper difficulty level was more or less the same as the morning shift and previous JEE Main 2021 sessions. Some questions asked were from JEE Main previous year’s question paper.

  1. Physics: This section was moderate in difficulty level. The weightage of questions was balanced from all the prime topics. Questions were asked from Modern Physics, EM waves, Gravitation, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Sound, Vector, and Work Power Energy.
  2. Chemistry: The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was easy. Most of the questions were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. The weightage of organic chemistry was more compared to inorganic chemistry. Physical Chemistry questions were mostly integer-based. Questions were asked from Chemical Bonding, Atomic Structure, D & F block, Electrochemistry, Hydrogen Bonding, and Environment Chemistry.
  3. Maths: The Maths section was tricky and lengthy. The calculations were time-consuming in many questions. Most of the questions were asked on the topics like Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, and Algebra. Questions were asked from Definite Integration, Binomial Theorem, Matrices and Determinants, Parabola, Function, Permutation and Combination, Complex numbers and 3D Geometry.

JEE Main Analysis 20 July 2021 – Shift 1

The difficulty level of JEE Main July 20 shift 1 paper was overall moderate. The questions were mostly asked from the Class 12th NCERT syllabus. The shift 1 paper was quite the same in difficulty level compared to previous JEE Main 2021 sessions. Some questions asked were from JEE Main previous year’s question paper.

  1. Physics: This section was moderate in difficulty level. The weightage of questions was balanced from all the prime topics. Around 15 questions were there from NCERT in physics. Questions were asked from Kinematics, EM waves, Optics, Magnetism, Gravitation, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Resistance, Heat and Thermodynamics.
  2. Chemistry: The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was easy. Most of the questions were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. The weightage given to the organic and inorganic sections was more, and the questions from these topics were mostly asked in the MCQs section. Physical Chemistry questions were mostly integer-based.
  3. Maths: The Maths section was tough and lengthy. Most of the questions were asked on the topics like Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, and Algebra. The weightage of questions was more from Matrices and Determinants, Arithmetic Progressions, Binomial and Calculus. The calculations were time-consuming in many questions. The questions were slightly more from the class 12th syllabus.

JEE Main March 2021 Session Analysis

JEE Main March Paper Analysis 2021

JEE Mains 2021 March session conducted from March 16, 17 & 18, 2021 at 792 test centres. For JEE Main March 2021 session, a total of 6,19,638 candidates have registered. The March session exam was held in 334 cities, including 12 cities outside India in Baharain, Kathmandu, Kualalumpur, Sharjah, Lagos, Dubai, Colombo, Doha, Muscat, Riyadh, Singapore, and Kuwait. Candidates can check the March paper analysis for JEE Mains 2021 Shift 1 and 2 given below:

JEE Mains Dates – March 2021Session 2 Shift 1 Question Paper with Solution by Reliable InstituteSession 2 Shift 2 Question Paper with Solution by Reliable Institute
March 16 Question PaperChemistry, Physics & MathsChemistry, Physics & Maths
March 17 Question PaperMaths, Chemistry & PhysicsChemistry, Maths & Physics
March 18 Question PaperPhysics, Chemistry & MathsPhysics, Chemistry & Maths

JEE Main March 18 Shift 2 Paper Analysis 2021

JEE Main March 18 shift 2 paper was moderately difficult. More questions were asked from the NCERT syllabus. The difficulty level was almost similar to the Feb session exam. Several good attempts can be 70 to 75 questions.

  1. Physics: This section was moderate in difficulty level. Questions were from Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Optics, etc.
  2. Chemistry: The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was easy to moderate. Most of the questions were theoretical based and more weightage on Inorganic Chemistry. Most of the questions in Physical Chemistry were integer-based.
  3. Maths: The Maths section was moderate and lengthy. Questions were asked from Coordinate Geometry, Statistics, Matrices, etc.

JEE Main March 18 Shift 1 Paper Analysis 2021

The difficulty level of JEE Main March 18 shift 1 paper was moderate. Most of the questions were from NCERT. The numerical questions were doable. Most of the topics were asked from the Class 12th NCERT syllabus. The paper was easier than the February session. The number of good attempts can be 72 to 75 questions.

  1. Physics: This section was moderately difficult and time taking. The Physics section was a bit difficult as compared to Maths and Chemistry sections. In the Physics paper, there were more theory-based questions.  Questions were from Modern Physics, Optics, etc.
  2. Chemistry: This section was easy to moderate in difficulty level. The chemistry section included most of the questions directly from NCERT. More questions were from Physical Chemistry. Most of the questions asked in the Chemistry section were theoretically based. 
  3. Mathematics: This section was moderate in difficulty level and quite a bit longer again. Maths section included questions from Circle, Coordinate Geometry, Differential Equation, Calculation of Perpendicular Distance, Functions, Straight line, Statistics, etc.

JEE Main March 17 Shift 2 Paper Analysis 2021

JEE Main March 17 shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Most of the queries were asked from NCERT books and equally distributed among classes 11th & 12th syllabus. The Maths section was moderate and quite a bit lengthy. The difficulty level of the Physics and Chemistry sections was moderately difficult. JEE Mains March 17 shift 2 paper was tougher than the February session paper.

  1. Mathematics: This section was time-consuming and tougher than the previous session (February exam). Most questions were from Algebra, Calculus, Integral, Differential, Conic section, Functions, Straight line, etc.
  2. Chemistry: More questions were from Physical Chemistry followed by Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. However, questions were asked from the NCERT. Some of the topics are Polymers, Reaction Balance (Integer), Halogen, Functional group, etc.
  3. Physics: Questions were asked from Modern Physics, Rotational, Logic Gates, NLM, Thermodynamics, Gravitation, Distance, Work, Power and Energy, etc.

JEE Main March 17 Shift 1 Paper Analysis 2021

The difficulty level of shift 1 JEE Main March 17 paper was moderate. Some of the questions were deemed to be confusing by the students. Most of the questions were from NCERT. The Maths section, in particular, was a bit lengthy. The difficulty level of Physics was tough, while the Chemistry section was easy. Most of the questions were asked from the class 12th syllabus. JEE Mains March 17 shift 1 paper was a bit difficult as compared to the February session.

  1. Mathematics: Most questions were from 3D, conic section, Circle, Complex Number, Probability, Coordinate Geometry, and Matrices topics. The paper was lengthy.
  2. Chemistry: More questions were from Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from Physical and Nuclear Chemistry were from NCERT.
  3. Physics: Questions from Optics, Rotational, Modern Physics, Electrodynamics, etc. The distribution of the Physics questions was balanced.

JEE Main March 16 Shift 2 Paper Analysis 2021

The difficulty level of shift 2 JEE Main paper 1 was moderate to difficult. The Maths section was tough and time-consuming, while Physics & Chemistry sections were easier. The paper was comparatively more difficult than the February session. Overall, the paper was a balanced paper, with chapters from both classes 11th and 12th.

  1. Mathematics: Most of the questions were asked from chapters of Limit, Probability, Coordinate Geometry, Binomial Theorem, Complex numbers, Calculus, Algebra, Quadratic equations, Matrices, and Determinants. There were a few questions about Trigonometry, Vector and 3D Geometry, etc. The numerical-based questions were quite lengthy.
  2. Chemistry: The questions were asked about Electro Chemistry, Molar Conductivity, etc. More weightage was given to Inorganic Chemistry. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT books.
  3. Physics: Most of the questions were asked on topics such as Radioactivity, Modern Physics, Electrodynamics, etc.

JEE Main March 16 Shift 1 Paper Analysis 2021

JEE Mains March 16 paper analysis for shift 1 is available now. As per the student’s reaction, the paper was moderately difficult. Out of all 3 subjects, Physics was the toughest section, and Chemistry is the easiest. The mathematics section was lengthy compared to JEE Main February attempt, while Physics & Chemistry sections were at the same level. Most of the topics were from NCERT books.

  1. Physics – Overall difficulty level for Physics was moderate. Questions were asked from Modern Physics, Logic gates, Mechanics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Heat and Thermodynamics, optics, etc. There was at least one question from each of the chapters.
  2. Chemistry – The chemistry section was easy. Questions from Acidity-Basicity, Polymers, Aldehydes Metallurgy, Biomolecules, Ketones & Carboxylic Acids, and Co-ordination Compounds were asked. There were a lot of questions from NCERT books. Organic Chemistry was sufficiently asked followed by Physical and Inorganic Chemistry.
  3. Mathematics – The Mathematics section was moderate in difficulty level. Questions from Algebra, Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Vector & 3 Dimensional Geometry, Sequences and Series, Matrices and Determinants, Common Tangents, Definite and Mathematical Reasoning were asked.

JEE Main February 2021 Session Analysis 

JEE Mains 2021 Feb session was held on February 23, 24, 25 & 26, 2021. Candidates can check the February paper analysis for JEE Mains 2021 given below.

JEE Mains Dates – February 2021Shift 1 Question Paper Session 1 (Answer Key by Reliable Institute)Shift 2 Question Paper Session 1 (Answer Key by Reliable Institute)
23 Feb Question paperDownload PDFDownload PDF
24 Feb Question paperPhysics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Maths
25 Feb Question paperPhysics
Chemistry
Maths
Physics
Chemistry
Maths
26 Feb Question paperPhysics
Chemistry
Maths
Physics
Chemistry
Maths

JEE Main February 26 Shift 2 Paper Analysis 2021

  1. The overall difficulty level of the shift 2 paper was moderate.
  2. The mathematics section was moderate to difficult. Questions were asked on topics such as Coordinate Geometry, Calculus, Vector, 3-D, etc.
  3. In the Chemistry section, more weightage is given to Inorganic Chemistry.
  4. In the Physics section, questions were from Electrostatic, AC Circuit, Current, Semiconductor, Communication System, etc.

JEE Main February 26 Shift 1 Paper Analysis 2021

As per the students’ reaction, the shift 1 exam was easy to moderate difficulty level. Maths and Physics sections were a bit tough, but the Chemistry section was easy. The majority of questions were from organic and inorganic chemistry. Most of the questions were from NCERT textbooks of Class 11th and 12th. Check below the section-wise analysis of JEE Mains shift on February 26.

JEE Main Physics Paper Analysis Shift 1 Feb 26

TopicsNumber of Questions
Mechanics2 to 3
Electrostatics and Magnetism5 to 6
Current Electricity and EMI4 to 5
Heat and Thermodynamics3 to 5
Optics and Modern Physics4 to 5

JEE Main Mathematics Paper Analysis Shift 1 Feb 26

TopicsNumber of Questions
Algebra8 to 9
Calculus7 to 8
Trigonometry2 to 4
Coordinate Geometry5 to 7

JEE Main Chemistry Paper Analysis Shift 1 Feb 26

TopicsNumber of Questions
Organic Chemistry10 to 12
Inorganic Chemistry8 to 10
Physical Chemistry5 to 7

JEE Main February 25 Shift 2 Paper Analysis 2021

Based on the student reactions, February 25 shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty level. The mathematics section was moderate to difficult. The Physics and Chemistry sections were easy to moderate.

There were questions asked in Maths from Integration, Probability, Matrices, etc. Questions were asked in Chemistry from the Organic Chemistry. Numeral questions were a bit tough. In Maths, the questions were distributed from all topics of the class 11th & 12th NCERT syllabus.

JEE Main February 25 Shift 1 Paper Analysis 2021

Based on the student reactions, February 25 shift 1 exam was moderate in difficulty level. Most of the questions in shift 1 were asked from NCERT books. In chemistry, more topics were asked from class 11. In maths, more questions were from class 12th topics. Physics subject was uniformly divided. The question was asked on the following topics:

  1. Mathematics – Probability, Matrices, Determinant Factors, Co-ordinate Geometry, Algebra, Complex numbers, Vectors, etc.
  2. Physics – Modern physics, Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Wave and ray optics, Gravitation, Current Electricity, AC Circuits, etc.
  3. Chemistry – Solutions, Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry, etc., from Physical Chemistry. In Inorganic Chemistry, most questions were from NCERT. More weightage to Organic Chemistry

JEE Main February 24 Paper Analysis 2021 [Shift 2]

The overall difficulty level of JEE Main shift 2 was moderate. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT books.

  1. Mathematics – Easy to Moderate
  2. Chemistry – Easy to Moderate
  3. Physics – Moderate to Difficult

The questions asked in the Physics section were from Optics, electricity, and thermodynamics.

Most of the questions in Maths were asked from Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Algebra, Vector and 3D Geometry. The numerical based questions were lengthy.

The chemistry section was moderate. There was an equal number of questions from physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry. 

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2021 [Shift 1 Feb 24]

  1. JEE Main Paper 1 was moderate in difficulty level.
  2. In the Chemistry sections, questions were asked about polymer, biomolecules and mixed concepts, everyday life, substitution reaction
  3. Questions in all 3 sections were within the syllabus
  4. Choices within the questions were very helpful
  5. In the Physics section, there were many questions from atoms, nuclei
  6. In the Chemistry section, there were more questions from the organic part.
  7. The questions from integration & complex numbers were difficult
  8. Most of the questions were from the class 11 syllabus.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2021 for Shift 1 February 24 (Paper 1) from Kota

JEE Main Physics Shift 1 Analysis 2021

Topics Number of Questions
Mechanics 2 to 3
Electrostatic & Magnetism 5 to 6
Current Electricity & EMI4 to 5
Heat & Thermodynamics3 to 5
Optics & Modern Physics4 to 5

JEE Main Maths Shift 1 Analysis 2021

TopicNumber of Questions
Algebra7 to 9
Calculus 7 to 8
Trigonometry 2 to 4
Coordinate Geometry5 to 7

JEE Main Chemistry Shift 1 Analysis 2021

TopicNumber of Questions
Organic Chemistry8 to 10
Inorganic Chemistry8 to 10
Physical Chemistry7 to 8

JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis 2021 Shift 1 and 2

Candidates can check the shift 1 and shift 2 JEE Main Paper 2 analysis 2021 below:

JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis – February 23 Shift 1 & 2 – B.Arch/ B.Planning (Paper 2A & 2B)

Moderate Difficulty

“The exam was moderate to easy, in terms of the difficulty level. There were 10 numerical questions in the Maths section, out of which we had to attempt 5. General Aptitude and Drawing Questions were also easy. My exam went really well, and I am expecting a high score. However, I appear May 2021 attempt as well, says Radhika from New Delhi.”

Expecting a High Cut-off Score

Embibe spoke to one of the students, Ritwik Jain, who appeared on February 23, 2021. “My exam went really well. The questions were quite easy; in fact, the Maths section was straightforward and not lengthy. I had appeared in 2020 as well, but due to lockdown and Corona fear, I had not prepared well and couldn’t score well to get admission to a decent college. However, my preparation level was good; hence, the exam went great, says elated Ritwik. Check below the expected cutoff for JEE Main Paper 2 for the February session:

  1. General: 90-95 
  2. General (EWS): 70-75
  3. OBC NCL: 70-75
  4. SC: 50-55
  5. ST: 40-45

As per the media reports, here is an overview of the exam:

  • a) Overall difficulty – Moderate to difficult.
  • b) Mathematics – Difficult and easy. Consisted of 10 numerical questions. More focus was on Vector Algebra and Coordinate Geometry
  • c) General Aptitude – Difficult and tricky. This section did not have tricky questions.
  • d) Drawing- Easy, some questions were related to Corona Vaccine as well.

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JEE Main Paper Analysis 2021 for Paper 2

SpecificationPaper 2 Analysis Details
Difficulty Level of Drawing TestModerate
Difficulty Level of General Aptitude TestEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of MathsEasy to Moderate
Difficulty Level of Numerical QuestionsModerate
No. of Good Attempts (B.Arch) – Expected65 to 70
Overall Difficulty Level of the Paper 2 ExamModerate
Topics with More Weightage in MathsVector Algebra, Probability, Calculus, Conics
Topics with Most Weightage in Aptitude TestPatterns and Sequence, Coordinate Geometry

JEE Main Paper 2 Section-wise Difficult Level Shift 1

Paper 2 Difficulty LevelMathematicsGeneral Aptitude Test
Easy Questions1630
Average1213
Difficult27

JEE Main Paper 2 Section-wise Difficult Level Shift 2

Difficulty levelMathematicsGeneral Aptitude TestPlanning based test
Easy Questions143015
Medium10156
Hard654

Total JEE Main Paper 2 Registrations (February 2021)

The total number of JEE Mains February 2021 registrations (Paper 2A & 2B) is as follows –

CategoryMaleFemale
General1324915262
Gen-EWS22102095
OBC- NCL (Central List)988810910
SC37142521
ST11772039
PwD11255
Total31,10031,965

JEE Main Paper Analysis: Previous Years’ JEE Main Analysis

Here, we have compiled the paper analysis of JEE Main for the previous years. Candidates can check the day-wise analysis of both sessions of the exam for 2020 and 2019 here. The JEE Main analysis includes the difficulty level, student reviews, memory-based questions, topics asked in the exam and much more.

Candidates can go through the detailed previous year’s JEE Main paper analysis and review it in the next section.

JEE Main Analysis 2020: September 6 (Afternoon Session)

Physics was difficult, and Maths and Chemistry papers were easy.

As per the reports, JEE Main for the afternoon session was easy to moderate regarding the difficulty level. “My twin and I appear for the section time. Last time we had cleared JEE Mains but couldn’t clear JEE Advanced, so we appeared again. This time exam was on the same lines as Physics was the toughest section while Maths and Chemistry were easy. We had prepared well, and the exam went great too”, says elated Ridhh from Mumbai.

Expecting a higher cut-off claims student

Since this time exam was conducted five months later and was quite easy compared to the last few years, candidates and their parents expect the cut-off score to be much higher. “I had prepared and revised well and was all set to attempt in April; however, due to the pandemic, it happened now, and our preparation level was the highest. I am sure everyone must have done well; in fact, the exam was easy. That is why I expect a higher cut-off score this time, says Rohit from Mumbai.”

Here is an overview of the exam:

  • a) Overall difficulty – Moderate to difficult.
  • b) Mathematics – Difficult and lengthy. The questions in this section were from Vectors, 3D, coordinate geometry, algebra, differentiation, calculus, parabola and limit.
  • c) Physics – Difficult and tricky. This section did not have tricky questions.
  • d) Chemistry – Easy. The organic section was tough, but the inorganic was easy. Physical chemistry questions were mainly from acid and base.

JEE Main Analysis 2020: September 6 (Forenoon Session)

Physics was the difficult section, whereas Maths and Chemistry were easy.

Soon after JEE Main 2020 September 6’s first shift, the student’s reactions started to come. As per the reports, the toughest section was Physics and while Chemistry and Maths were moderate. “I appear for JEE Main for the section-time, but the difficulty level was similar to last year’s. Physics was the toughest section ad Maths and Chemistry were easy. I hope for a good rank this time”, says Varun from Mumbai.

70% to 80% of questions from NCERT

Candidates are also claiming that the maximum number of questions were from the Class 11 and 12th syllabus. “JEE Main 2020 forenoon session consisted of many questions from NCERT Books. I think as many as 80% of questions were from the Class 11 and 12th syllabus. If one has studied NCERT books thoroughly, they will surely fetch good marks”, says Rohit from New Delhi.

Here is an overview of the exam:

  • a) Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam – Moderate
  • b) Difficulty Level of Mathematics – Difficult
  • c) Difficulty Level of Physics – Moderate to Difficult
  • d) Difficulty Level of Chemistry – Easy

JEE Main Analysis 2020: September 5 (Afternoon Session)

Difficulty Level – Easy to Moderate

After the second shift of JEE Main 2020 got over at 6:00 PM, the student’s reactions started to come in. Many students are claiming that exam was of easy to moderate difficulty level. “I am appearing for JEE Main 2020 for the second time; this time exam was quite easy. Though Physics was the toughest section and Chemistry and Maths were easy. Further, many questions were straightforward to attempt. My exam went well, says Rakshita from New Delhi.”

Expecting a higher cut-off claims candidates

Since the exam was easy, candidates are expecting higher cut-off marks. “The exam was scheduled to be conducted in April 2020; however, due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, it is now conducted from September 1 to 6, 2020. We had almost 5 extra months to prepare, I think everyone’s preparation level was high, and the icing on the cake was that the exam was quite easy. Everyone must have done well; that is why cut-off scores must be high, says Ishan from Kolkata.”

Here is an overview of the exam:

  • a) Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam – Moderate to difficult
  • b) Difficulty Level of Mathematics – Lengthy with moderate difficulty
  • c) Difficulty Level of Physics – Difficult and tricky
  • d) Difficulty Level of Chemistry – Easy

Detailed Paper Analysis of JEE Main 2020 September 5 – Shift 2

✏ Physics

1 – Overall questions level were at a Moderate level

2 – The physics portion overall was calculative and time taking

3 – More questions were from Class 11th than 12th Syllabus

4 – Almost every chapter of physics was covered on paper

5 – Mechanics was given more weightage in this paper

6 – A couple of questions had been asked from SHM and Modern physics.

Chemistry

1 – Equal weightage of all topic Questions with the majority of the portion from organic chemistry

2 – Overall Paper level was moderate level questions

3 – Few questions cover the inorganic chemistry portion

4 – Major portion of questions were from class 12

5 – A couple of questions from atomic structure surface chemistry and chemical kinetics

6 – Some of the questions were slightly time-consuming as usual

Mathematics

1 – In Math’s section, weightage was in 60:40 ratio from class 11th and 12th

2 – More questions were asked from class 11th

3 – Questions were slightly lengthy and time taking

4 – A couple of the questions were directly NCERT Based

5 – A couple of questions were from quadratic equation statistics and matrix and determinant

6 – Math Questions were in the Moderate to Difficult level range.

7 – Major portion was from Calculus Questions

8 – Tricky Questions were also there

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020 – September 5 (Forenoon Session)

Physics was the toughest section, Maths and Chemistry moderate

After the exam’s conduction, students’ reactions started to pour in that Physics was the toughest section, whereas Chemistry and Maths were moderate. “I have tried to attempt all the questions I knew; however, for me, Physics was the toughest section among all, while questions in Chemistry and Maths were easy”, says Komal From New Delhi.

60% to 70% exam from NCERT

Candidates also claim that the maximum number of questions was from the NCERT Class 11th and 12th syllabus. “If one had studied NCERT Class 11 and 12th Books thoroughly, he/she must have attempted the questions well as maximum questions in all the sections were based on them”, says Rahul from Mumbai.

Section-wise JEE Main Analysis 2020 September 5 – Shift 1

✏ Physics

1 – Overall Level of Questions was moderate to difficult

2 – The physics portion overall was calculative and time taking

3 – Equal questions were from the 11th and 12th syllabus

4 – Almost every chapter of physics questions were covered on paper

5 – Mechanics was given more weightage in this paper

6 – A couple of question has been asked from waves and sound

Chemistry

1 – Equal weightage of all topic questions was given with the majority of the portion from organic chemistry

2 – Overall Paper level was easy to moderate with more moderate level questions

3 – Few questions cover the inorganic chemistry portion

4 – Major portion of questions were from class 12

5 – A couple of the Questions from solid-state surface chemistry and biomolecule

6 – Few questions were time-consuming questions than usual

7 – Some of the questions were slightly time-consuming as usual

Mathematics

1 – In Math’s section, weightage was in 55:45 ratio from Class 11th and 12th

2 – More of the questions were from class 11th

3 – Questions were slightly lengthy and time taking

4 – A couple of the Questions were directly NCERT based

5 – Few are time-consuming questions than usual

6 – A couple of questions were from probability and matrix and determinant

7 – All Maths Questions are in the Moderate to Difficult Level range.

8 – Major portion from Calculus Questions

9 – Few of the tricky questions were also asked

JEE Main Analysis 2020 – September 4 (Afternoon Session)

Level- Easy to Moderate

As per the reports, on September 4, 2020, JEE Main 2020 for the second shift was of moderate difficulty level. Physics was the toughest section of all, and Maths and Chemistry were easy. “My Physics is good, but I think the questions were difficult. However, I found Chemistry and Mathematics easy. My exam went great, says elated Harshit from New Delhi.”

Most of the questions from NCERT

As per the student’s reaction, questions in JEE Main 2020 were straight from NCERT Books. “All sections in my series had questions from NCERT Class 11 and 12 Books. If one has studied NCERT thoroughly, they will be able to fetch good marks, says Ankita from Mumbai.”

Expecting a Higher Cutoff claims students.

Since the exam was of easy to moderate difficulty, candidates claim that the cut-off score would be high this time. “JEE Main 2020 is scheduled to be conducted in April; however, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the exam is being conducted in September, which means everybody had got extra 5 months to prepare. Further, the exam was easy to moderate so that everybody would have prepared and attempted better. That is why cut-off scores would be high, says Amandeep Singh from Chandigarh.”

Section-wise JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020 September 4 – Shift 2

✏ Physics

1 – Overall level of questions was comparative moderate to difficult level

2 – The physics portion overall was on the moderate side, but some questions were difficult

3 – Equal questions are from both class 11th and 12th Syllabus

4 – Almost every chapter of physics questions was covered in the exam

5 – Mechanics was given more weightage in this paper

6 – A couple of questions are from unit and dimension gravitation and sound

Chemistry

1 – Equal weightage to all topic questions

2 – As usual, the majority of the portion was from organic chemistry.

3 – Paper level was moderate in comparison to other sections

4 – Weightage of questions are in 40-60 ratios from Class 11th and 12th

5 – More questions were from class 12

6 – Some of the questions from the periodic table and colligative properties

7 – Some questions were slightly time-consuming as usual

Mathematics

1 – In Math’s section, weightage was in 45-55 ratio from Class 11th and 12th

2 – Questions were slightly difficult and time taking

3 – Few of the questions were very simple

4 – Few are time-consuming questions than usual

5 – Each topic covers equally with a couple of questions from probability and matrix and determinant

6 – All Math Questions were in the Moderate to Difficult level range

JEE Main Analysis 2020 – September 4 (Forenoon Session)

Difficulty Level- Moderate to Difficult

The student reactions have started to come for JEE Main 2020 on September 4, forenoon shift. The first reaction suggests that the exam was moderate to difficult, and many expected questions had come. “My exam went well as there were many questions from Class 11 and 12 syllabi, and I am also expecting higher cut-off marks”, says Nitika Sharma from Delhi.

Lengthy exam, many calculations based on questions

As per the student’s reaction, Physics and Chemistry section was quite lengthy as many questions were based on calculations, thus, taking a lot of time to complete. “For me, the exam was easy, but calculation-based questions were quite lengthy. Also, for me, Physics was the toughest section and Maths, and Chemistry was moderate.”

Section-wise JEE Main Exam Analysis 2020 September 4 – Shift 1

✏ Physics

1 – Overall Level of Questions was comparatively easy to moderate

2 – 60% of questions were from the Class 12th Syllabus

3 – Every topic of the syllabus had a question related to it

4 – Mechanics was given more weight-age in this paper

5 – Some of the questions were based on waves and sound

✏ Chemistry

1 – Equal weightage of all topic Questions were given with a majority of the portion from organic chemistry

2 – More questions were asked from Class 12th

3 – Questions were directly based on NCERT

4 – This section was comparatively time-consuming

✏ Mathematics

1 – This section consisted of a 60-40 ratio from Classes 11th and 12th

2 – Slightly more questions were from class 11th

3 – This section was slightly lengthy and time taking

4 – Some of the questions were directly NCERT Based

5 – A couple of questions were from probability and matrix and determinant

6 – All Math Questions were in the Moderate to Difficult level range

7 – Major part of the question paper was from Calculus Questions

8 – Consisted of quite a few tricky questions as well

JEE Main Analysis 2020 – September 3, Afternoon Session

Difficulty Level- Moderate to Difficult

As soon as the exam got over at 6:00 PM, the student’s reactions started to pour in. Embibe has spoken to many candidates from different exam centres, and most of the students’ echoed in the same voice that Physics was the toughest section of all. However, compared to the last few years, this time, JEE Main was comparatively easier. “As soon as I started reading the question, I learned that Physics is the most difficult section. I have attempted as many questions as I was confident about. Chemistry and Maths were easy but lengthy, says Varun Kapoor from Chandigarh.”

Most of the questions from NCERT

As per the student’s reaction, most of the questions from all the sections were from NCERT. “Since maximum questions from all the sections were from Class 11 and 12, NCERT, my exam went well. If one has studied it thoroughly, they will be able to fetch good marks, says Rohit from Mumbai.”

Some Tricky Questions Based on Calculation

As the candidates reported, some Physics and Math questions were quite tricky and purely based on calculations. Also, the exam was a bit lengthy. ” Many questions were based on calculations and were also tricky; if I hadn’t done the good revision, I wouldn’t have cleared; however, due to extra time we had got because of COVID-19, my exam went well, says elated Rahul from New Delhi.

Detailed JEE Main Exam Analysis 2020 September 3 – Afternoon shift

✏ Physics

1 – Overall Level of Questions was comparatively difficult

2 – 60 to 65% of questions were from the Class 11th Syllabus

3 – Questions covered almost every chapter of the physics

4 – Mechanics was given more weightage in this paper

Chemistry 

1 – The paper was quite balanced, covering the entire syllabus

2 – At least one question from each chapter was asked

3 – Questions were slightly more from the class 12 syllabus

4 – Most of the questions were of easy or moderate level

Mathematics

1 – In Math’s marks weightage are in 40-60 ratio from 11th and 12th

2 – The majority of questions were lengthy and time taking

3 – Time-consuming questions than usual

4 – Three questions from coordinate geometry 

5 – Seven questions from the complete Calculus

6 – Algebra has an equal weightage of all topics

7 – Three questions from vector and 3-dimensional geometry.

8 – All Math Questions are in the Moderate to Difficult Level range.

9 – Tricky Questions from more topics

JEE Main Analysis 2020 – September 3 (Forenoon Session)

Overall Difficulty Level- Moderate to Difficult

As per the student’s reaction, the forenoon shift exam on September 3 is moderate to difficult. “I had appeared in JEE Main 2019 too, this time Physics section was comparatively easy but was quite lengthy. Chemistry and Maths were moderate too. If one has studied well, they would be able to score well. I am also expecting high cut-off marks”, says Riddhi from Nagpur.

More Calculation-Based Questions

Candidates claimed that many questions in the Physics and Maths sections were calculation-based, though taking a lot of time to complete. Also, the difficulty level was moderate. “In my series, most of the questions in Physics and Maths were based on calculations. Though these questions are easy to attempt, however, took a lot of time. The overall exam was not that difficult”, says Shreya from Patiala.

Expecting a Higher Cutoff claims students.

Since the exam was of moderate difficulty level for most students, candidates expect a higher cutoff. “I had been preparing for this exam for last one year, and I had got additional 5 months because of COVID-19, so my preparation level was at peak along with the revision. As everyone had extra time to prepare, cut-off marks should be higher this time than last few years”, says Vaibhav from Mumbai.

Section-wise JEE Main Analysis 2020 – September 3 (Forenoon Shift)

✏ Physics

1 – Overall Level of Questions was comparatively moderate in comparison to last year’s

2 – This section was moderate; however, many questions were based on calculations

3 – 60% of questions were based on the Class 12th syllabus

4 – Questions were based on every topic

5 – Modern physics was given more weightage

6 – No questions were from waves and sound

Chemistry 

1 – Equal weightage was given to all the topics

2 – Difficulty level was moderate

3 – Questions were based on the Class 12th syllabus

4 – Maximum questions were based on NCERT

Mathematics

1 – Weightage was in 40:60 ratio from the classes 11th and 12th syllabus

2 – The majority of questions were lengthy and time taking

3 – Some of the Questions were directly NCERT Based

4 – Some questions were very time-consuming

5 – A couple of questions were based on probability, sequence & series, and matrix and determinant

6 – Some questions were based on Calculus

7 – This section consisted of many tricky questions

JEE Main Exam Analysis 2020 – September 2 (Afternoon Session)

Overall Difficulty Level- Easy To Moderate

The exam difficulty level is considered easy to moderate. However, the Physics section was comparatively tougher than the other two subjects. Furthermore, Maths was easy but quite lengthy, and Chemistry was the easiest section of all. “I found Physics toughest and Maths moderate but lengthy. I easily attempted most of the exams and expected the cutoff score between 85% to 90%, says Abhimanyu, a JEE Main aspirant from Patna. “

Some Tricky Questions But Most Calculation Based

As per the student’s reaction, JEE Main 2020 on September 2, the afternoon session was easy but consisted of many tricky questions and was purely based on calculations. ” My series was easy but had a lot of tricky questions. If one had studied well, one would have easily attempted all the questions. However, questions were also based on calculations; hence, it took 3 hours to complete the exam, says Riddhi from Jammu.

60 to 70% of Questions were From NCERT

Candidates also claim that as many as 60% to 70% of the exam was based purely on NCERT books. “If one has studied NCERT thoroughly, they would have solved the exam with ease. I had revised NCERT books at least 3 times and the extra books, so my exam went great. I am also expecting a higher cut-off this time since the exam was easy to moderate”, says elated Harshit from Delhi.

Subject-wise JEE Main Exam Analysis 2020 – September 2 (Afternoon Shift)

Candidates can check below for the detailed JEE Main analysis 2020

✏ Chemistry 

1 – Equal weightage of questions from all topics but the majority from 12th-based syllabus

2 – Majority of NCERT-Based Questions

3 – Questions from Organic Chemistry were moderate

4 – The chemistry section was less time consuming

Mathematics

1 – In Math’s question, weightage is in 40-60 ratio from the 11th and 12th syllabus

2 – Lengthy and time-taking questions had come

3 – Weightage to Calculus was given

4 – Tricky and calculative Questions

Physics

1 – The overall difficulty level was easy in comparison to the previous year’s

2 – The physics portion was moderate but calculative

3 – More Questions were from the Class 12th Syllabus

4 – Major portion of Electrodynamics Questions had come.

5 – This section was also a little bit time-consuming.

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JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020 – September 2 (Forenoon Session)

Paper Was Moderate to Difficult, Reports Candidate

Candidates found the overall exam to be moderately difficult. Physics was the toughest, followed by Mathematics & Chemistry. The mathematics section was thoroughly divided, having questions from Complex numbers, sequences, and series (1 from GP and one from AP). However, questions from numerical values were straightforward.

Physics was the toughest, Maths and Chemistry Moderate.

The student reactions have started to come, and most candidates have found physics the most difficult section. “There were a lot of tricky questions, says Navneet from Delhi.” However, Maths and Chemistry were of moderate difficulty level. “Some questions were quite easy in Maths and Chemistry, but some were really challenging; the exam was neither tough nor easy, reports Akanksha from Kota.”

Chemistry had mostly theoretical Questions.

As per the reports, the Chemistry section consisted of maximum theoretical questions, which were lengthy and gruelling. “I have appeared in JEE Main 2019 as well, but this time, Chemistry was quite a demanding section. I took maximum time in this section only”, says Amandeep Chaddha from Mumbai.

JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis 2020

JEE Main Slot 1 Paper 2 Was of Moderate to Difficult

The student reactions have started to come for JEE Main B.Arch Examination. The first reaction suggests that the exam was moderate to difficult and expected questions had come.

Maths Portion Was Difficult, and Aptitude Was Unchallenging

As reported by the candidates, the Maths section was difficult, and at least 10 to 15 questions were quite lengthy. However, the Aptitude section was easy and somewhat expected.

Students Expecting Higher Cut-off Score

Since the JEE Main Paper 1 was easy, candidates can expect a higher cutoff this time. ” The exam was supposed to be conducted in April, straight after the board exams; however, this time, we had extra 5 months to study well. Also, the exam was moderate, and many students must have attempted maximum questions, so I think the cut-off will be higher in comparison to last year”, Says Anukriti, JEE Main Aspirant.

The difficulty level of the JEE Main Paper 2 April/September session was easier than that of the January session. Overall, Paper-2 can be considered the “Moderate”. The total marks of the JEE Main Paper-2 were 400. All the other details related to paper-2 are given in the table below:

ParticularsDetails
Part-I: Mathematics Section 
Total questions25
Multiple choice questions (MCQs) with a single correct answer20
Numerical answer type (NAT) questions5
Marking schemeMCQs: +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response. 0 if not attempted
NAT: +4 for correct response and -1 for incorrect response. 0 if not attempted
Total marks100
Difficulty levelTough
Topics with higher weightageHyperbola, Measurements, 3-D Geometry
Part-II: Aptitude Section 
Total questions50
Multiple choice questions (MCQs) with a single correct answer50
Marking schemeMCQs: +4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response. 0 if not attempted
Total marks200
Difficulty levelEasy
Topics with higher weightagePatterns and Sequence, Top view, Front view, Architecture-related questions
Part-III: Drawing Section 
Total questions2 (50 marks each)
Total marks100
Difficulty levelEasy

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020: January 9

JEE Main Analysis for January 9, Shift 1 released as PDF. Check from the link given below. (Note that the analysis is based on the JEE Main Jan 9, memory-based questions)

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020 – January

Here is the JEE Main analysis for January 2020 from experts of Embibe. Candidates who appeared for JEE Main 2020 can check the shift-wise analysis of the examination here.

JEE Main Analysis 2020: 9th January (Shift 2)

  1. There was an equal weightage of questions from the 12th and 11th classes.
  2. In Mathematics, the important topics were Algebra and Continuity & differentiability and Trigonometry, Vector, 3D, Probability, and AP.
  3. Chemistry had questions from the Anti-Markovnikov reaction, Markovnikov reaction, Ideal gas equations, Thermal Expansion, etc.
  4. In Physics, some questions were asked about the Wheatstone bridge and resistance.
  5. Overall, the paper was a moderate difficulty.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020: 9th January (Shift 1)

Physics

  1. Grade-wise Weightage: 11th class (44%) and 12th class (56%)
  2. More than one question was asked from chapters like Laws of Thermodynamics, Work, Power & Energy, EMI, Rotation, Photoelectric Effect & EMW, Wave Optics, and Magnetism.
  3. No Questions were asked from Kinematics, Semiconductor Devices, Communication, Nuclei, and Sound Wave.
  4. Two questions are conceptual with a high difficulty level
  5. Questions are lengthy with calculations
  6. Overall paper is easy to moderate
  7. A student with full coverage of the syllabus can score good marks

Chemistry

  1. Grade-wise Weightage: 11th (52%), 12th (48%)
  2. Chapters with more than one question: Carbonyl Compounds (2), Solutions and Colligative Properties (2), Mole Concept (2), Coordination Chemistry (2)
  3. No questions were asked on topics including Surface Chemistry, Solid State, Ionic Equilibrium, Gaseous State, Salt Analysis, Polymers and
    Carboxylic Acids.
  4. Difficulty Level: Average (4.36), Standard Deviation (0.70)
  5. Three questions are conceptual with a high difficulty level
  6. Overall paper was moderate
  7. Questions were more numerical as compared to the previous two days’ papers

Mathematics

  1. Grade-wise Weightage: 11th (48%), 12th (52%)
  2. Section with more than one question: Application of Derivative (2), Definite Integration (2), Vectors and 3D (2), Matrices and Determinants (2)
  3. No question was asked from Area under Curves, Parabola, Sets and Relations, Heights and Distances, Mathematical Induction
  4. In most of the questions, the calculation was very less.
  5. Overall mathematics paper was easy to moderate level.

JEE Main Exam Analysis 2020: 8th January (Shift 2)

Chemistry:

  1. There are mostly Theory-Based questions
  2. Overall, Chemistry is a moderate-level paper. A Good level of questions from organic chemistry
  3. Twelve questions were asked from the 11th class syllabus and 13 questions from the 12th standard
  4. No question from solid-state, surface Chemistry, solutions, redox reactions, etc.
  5. There is a direct question from Polymer and Biomolecules topics
  6. Most questions are asked from NCERT books.
  7. All Chemistry Questions are in Moderate Level and Less Time Consuming

Mathematics:

  1. In Maths equal questions from the classes 11th and 12th Syllabus
  2. Questions from Trigonometry were a very simple question
  3. All maths Questions are at Moderate Level.
  4. Somehow Lengthy & Little Time Consuming (As like Every Year)
  5. One tricky question from the ITF topic
  6. P&C Quadratic Equation Function and ITF have 1 tough question
  7. There are Differential & Quadratic equations Questions
  8. No question from straight-line LCD, Indefinite Integration and Sets Relation

Physics:

  1. In the physics section, most questions covered from all the topics of the syllabus
  2. The paper level was moderate but higher than all to date also lengthy among the past three papers
  3. Two questions from current electricity, electrostatics, modern physics, and the centre of mass.
  4. No questions from the projectile, NLM, Friction, WPE, SHM, Communication, and AC
  5. All Physics Questions are at Moderate Level and less time consuming

JEE Main Analysis 2020: 8th January (Shift 1)

Here is the JEE Main Paper Analysis for January 8, 2020, according to Embibe’s experts:

Physics:

  1. 48% of the questions were asked from the 11th class while 52% were from the 12th class.
  2. More than one question was asked from some chapters like Geometrical Optics (3 Questions), Electrostatics, Current Electricity, and Center of Mass (2 Questions).
  3. There were some chapters from which no questions were asked, these were Communication, Nuclei, Circular Motion, NLM, SHM, and AC.
  4. The difficulty level on the score of 10 was 4.08 (which is moderate).
  5. Two questions were conceptual with a high difficulty level
  6. Overall speaking, the paper was easy to moderate.
  7. A good number of questions are based on graphs on different topics.
  8. The question of the Gauss theorem is conceptually difficult.
  9. Most of the questions were lengthy where calculations were required.
  10. An average of 90.6 seconds was required to solve each question.
  11. A student with full coverage of the syllabus can score good marks

Chemistry:

  1. 48% of the questions were asked from the 11th class while 52% were from the 12th class.
  2. More than one question was asked in some chapters like Mole Concept, General Organic Chemistry, and Ionic Equilibrium.
  3. There were some chapters from which no questions were asked, these were Chemical Equilibrium, Solid State, Gaseous State, Redox Reactions, Hydrogen, Aldehyde & Ketone, and Metallurgy.
  4. The difficulty level on the score of 10 was 4.32 (which is moderate).
  5. Three questions are conceptual with the high difficulty level
  6. Overall speaking, the paper was moderate.
  7. Most of the questions were theoretical. An average of 64.2 seconds was required to solve each question.
  8. A student with full coverage of the syllabus can score good marks.M

Maths:

  1. 44% of the questions were asked from the 11th class while 56% were from the 12th class.
  2. More than one question was asked in some chapters like the application of Derivative (3 Questions), Matrices and Determinants (2 Questions), Vectors and 3D (2 Questions), and Sequence and Series (2 Questions)
  3. There were some chapters from which no questions were asked, these were Circle, Hyperbola, Definite Integration, Sets and Relations, Heights and Distances, and Mathematical Induction.
  4. The difficulty level on the score of 10 was 3.88.
  5. The trigonometry Unit is completely missing except for a portion of Inverse Trigonometric Functions.
  6. Overall speaking, the paper was of a moderate level.

JEE Main Analysis 2020: 7th January (Shift 2)

Mathematics:

  1. The Mathematics paper was also tough because it involved most of the calculations.
  2. Around 12 questions were asked from the 11th class syllabus.
  3. questions were asked from the 12th class 12 syllabus.
  4. About eight questions were asked from Calculus and Algebra section.
  5. While about three questions were asked from Coordinate Geometry, two from Vector 3D and one from Trigonometry.

Physics:

  1. In Physics, the number of questions asked in classes 11th and 12th was almost the same.
  2. The calculations part was the maximum in the paper.
  3. One of the semiconductor topics asked in the paper was incomplete or out of the syllabus.
  4. Questions related to the Carnot engine were also asked in both shifts.
  5. Overall the paper was lengthy and moderate level.

Chemistry:

  1. Almost 14 to 15 questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus.
  2. Organic chemistry has given weightage.
  3. The no. of questions from Physical Chemistry was comparatively lesser than Organic and Inorganic Chemistry.
  4. No questions were asked from the Topical Environmental Chemistry and F Block.
  5. Everyday Life was asked on the other hand questions from Chemistry
  6. Overall Chemistry was the easiest section when compared with the other two sections.

JEE Main Analysis 2020: 7th January (Shift 1)

Here is the JEE Main Paper Analysis for January 7, 2020, according to Embibe’s experts:

Physics:

  1. 44% of the questions were asked from the 11th class while 56% were from the 12th class.
  2. More than one question was asked from some chapters like Laws of Thermodynamics (3 Questions) Work, Power & Energy, EMI, Rotation, Photoelectric Effect & EMW, Wave Optics, Magnetism (2 Questions)
  3. There were some chapters from which no questions were asked, these were Kinematics, Semiconductor Devices, Communication, Nuclei, and Sound Wave.
  4. The difficulty level on the score of 10 was 4.04 (which is moderate).
  5. Two questions were conceptual with a high difficulty level
  6. Overall speaking, the paper was easy to moderate.
  7. Most of the questions were lengthy where calculations were required.
  8. An average of 94.2 seconds was required to solve each question.
  9. A student with full coverage of the syllabus can score good marks.

Chemistry:

  1. 40% of the questions were asked from the 11th class while 60% were from the 12th class.
  2. More than one question was asked from some chapters like Coordination Compounds, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Atomic Structure, and Carboxylic Acids.
  3. There were some chapters from which no questions were asked, these were Chemical Equilibrium, Solid State, Surface Chemistry, Polymers, and Chemical Kinetics.
  4. The difficulty level on the score of 10 was 4.48 (which is moderate).
  5. Three questions are conceptual with the high difficulty level
  6. Overall speaking, the paper was easy to moderate.
  7. Most of the questions were theoretical. An average of 86.4. seconds were required to solve each question.
  8. The student with full coverage of the syllabus can score good marks.

Maths:

  1. 44% of the questions were asked from the 11th class while 56% were from the 12th class.
  2. More than one question was asked from some chapters like Application of Derivative (3 Questions), Matrices and Determinants (2 Questions), Vectors and 3D (2 Questions), and Sequence and Series (2 Questions)
  3. There were some chapters from which no questions were asked, these were Circle, Hyperbola, Definite Integration, Sets and Relations, Heights and Distances, and Mathematical Induction.
  4. The difficulty level on the score of 10 was 3.88.
  5. The trigonometry Unit is completely missing except for a portion of Inverse Trigonometric Functions.
  6. Overall speaking, the paper was easy to moderate.

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Tabulated below are all the 8 papers of the JEE Main 2019 January session for you to solve as you prep for JEE Main other sessions as well.

JEE Main 2019 9th Jan- Shift 1 Take Test
JEE Main 2019 9th Jan- Shift 2 Take Test
JEE Main 2019 10th Jan- Shift 1 Take Test
JEE Main 2019 10th Jan- Shift 2 Take Test
JEE Main 2019 11th Jan- Shift 1 Take Test
JEE Main 2019 11th Jan- Shift 2 Take Test
JEE Main 2019 12th Jan- Shift 1 Take Test
JEE Main 2019 12th Jan- Shift 2 Take Test

JEE Main Analysis 2019 – January Session

Embibe has a large repository of student attempt data. This data was collected on our platform over many years. Embibe’s Knowledge Graph gives us insights into the paper on various dimensions – difficulty, time to solve, important concepts and chapters, concepts and chapters where students are likely to make mistakes, etc.

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2019 (January): Were There Concepts That Were Asked For the First Time?

Though JEE Main Syllabus has over 15000 concepts, only 30% of concepts are typically covered in the exam. So, were there new concepts that were never asked in the exam before? Let’s examine.

PaperNew Concepts% New Concepts
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 1472.69%
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 2402.29%
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 1482.74%
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 2593.37%
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 1301.71%
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 2432.46%
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 1522.97%
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 2573.26%

As can be seen, very few new concepts were added in JEE January 2019 papers.

JEE Main Exam Analysis 2019 (January): Which Are The Concepts Where Students Will Not Do Well?

We have granular data on all of the concepts, so we can likely analyse how students will perform certain concepts and make mistakes.

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Top 5 Concepts Where Students Will Make Careless Mistakes

Concept NameWasted Attempts (%)
Special Diodes65.03
Circumcentre of a Triangle in Coordinate Geometry54.33
Skip Distance in Communication System45.71
Silicones44.15
Examples of Work Done in Isothermal Process43.31

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Top 5 Concepts Where Students Will Go Overtime

Concept NameOvertime Attempts (%)
Definition of Complex Numbers73.78
Discovery of inert gases64.08
Addition of Complex Numbers60.84
Angle Bisector between two Planes (3D)58.55
First Derivative Test54.85

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Top 5 Concepts Where Students Will Make Incorrect Attempts

Concept NameIncorrect Attempts (%)
Adsorption of Gases on Solids85.54
Nucleophilicity of Haloalkanes83.33
Skip Distance in Communication System81.90
Special Diodes79.90
Geometrical Meaning of Derivatives75.29

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2019 (January): Were There Important Chapters That Appeared Across All Papers?

20 chapters appeared in all 8 papers. Most of these chapters have regularly appeared in the previous year’s exams as well.

Important Chapters For Chemistry:

  1. Solutions and Colligative Properties
  2. Nuclear and Surface Chemistry
  3. Chemical Thermodynamics
  4. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals (Metallurgy)
  5. Practical and Environmental Chemistry

Important Chapters For Mathematics:

  1. Binomial Theorem
  2. Complex Numbers
  3. Matrices and Determinants
  4. Probability
  5. Application of Derivatives
  6. Indefinite Integration
  7. Definite Integration
  8. Point and Straight Line
  9. Circle
  10. Three-Dimensional Geometrical System
  11. Statistics

Important Chapters For Physics:

  1. Electrostatics
  2. Current Electricity
  3. Ray Optics
  4. Photoelectric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves

JEE Main Analysis 2019 (January): How Did Embibe’s Predicted Paper Do?

Every year Embibe publishes a predicted paper for students to practice. Every year the predicted paper has an excellent number of common chapters with the actual test. This year was no different.

ExamPercentage of Common Chapters
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 195.52
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 294.44
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 189.55
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 292.54
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 192.54
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 294.20
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 193.44
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 298.33

JEE Main Exam Analysis 2019 (January): Do Specific Skills Matter?

The following chart shows the break-up of skills required to solve JEE Main 2019 January papers. Memory, Analytical, and Calculation are the most important skills for students.

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Skills Required

JEE Main Analysis 2019 (January): Was Any Paper Particularly Difficult?

The following is the overall difficulty level of all 8 papers, with the average difficulty being 4.01, similar to the difficulty level of 4.22 of the predicted paper by Embibe. The paper on 10th January Slot 2 was the toughest with a difficulty level of 4.54, whereas the paper on 12th January Slot 2 was the easiest with a difficulty level of 3.67.

PaperDifficulty Level
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 13.88
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 23.92
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 13.82
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 24.54
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 13.9
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 24.04
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 14.32
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 23.67
Jan 2019 JEE Main Predicted4.22

The distribution of difficulty across 8 papers can be seen as follows:

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Difficulty Distribution Across Papers

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2019 (January): Was Any Paper Lengthy?

Time to solve for an exam is the sum of the time required to solve all the questions in a paper. In terms of time required, 9th January – Slot 1 paper was the longest, with 111 minutes needed to finish it. The paper of 12th January – Slot 2 was the shortest at 84 minutes.

PaperTime to Solve (Minutes)

Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot

111
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 2 102
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 187.7
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 290.9
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 188.8
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 288.7
2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 191.5
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 284
Jan 2019 JEE Main Predicted120

Distribution of Idea Time to solve, across different papers, looks like this:

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Ideal Time Distribution Across Papers

JEE Main Analysis 2019 (January): What Is The Time Distribution Section-wise?

Let’s examine the section-wise time needed for each of the papers. Chemistry requires the least time of all papers, whereas Physics or Mathematics is the most time-consuming depending on the paper.

Chemistry:

ExamChemistry (% Time Needed)
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 121.19
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 226.89
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 123.69
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 225.85
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 127.23
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 232.61
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 129.96
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 227.94

Physics:

ExamPhysics (% Time Needed)
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 142.46
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 236.43
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 131.04
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 236.48
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 135.59
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 234.96
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 128.05
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 231.64

Mathematics:

ExamMathematics (% Time Needed)
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 136.35
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 09 Slot 236.67
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 145.26
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 10 Slot 237.67
Jan JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 137.18
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 11 Slot 232.42
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 141.99
Jan 2019 JEE Main Online – 12 Slot 240.42

So, with this JEE Main exam analysis, you have a clear idea about JEE Main examination. You know how difficult the paper was across slots and the type of questions asked.

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FAQs on JEE Main Analysis

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Ans: Aspirants can analyse their JEE Main exam using the shift-wise and paper-wise analysis provided by Embibe in the article above. We will add the detailed shift-wise analysis of JEE Main session-1 for all days after the commencement of the exam.

Q.4: When will NTA conduct JEE May session?
Ans: NTA has changed the schedule for JEE Main Session 1. Now, the session-1 will be conducted on 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 June 2022, while the session-2 will be conducted on 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 July 2022.

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