JEE Main 2022 June 24, Shift 1 Question Paper Analysis, Students’ Reaction
BENGALURU, JUNE 24: National Testing Agency (NTA), along with JEE Apex Board (JAB), has conducted JEE Main 2022 Paper 1 shift 1 on June 24, 2022. The exam authorities have also successfully conducted the JEE Main June 24 Shift 2 for which detailed solution to memory-based questions is released by the top-notch subject-matter experts at Embibe. Along with that, here you will find a detailed paper analysis and students’ reaction who have appeared for the exam.
The question paper included a total of 90 questions. We have added a detailed subject-wise JEE Main June 24 shift 1 and shift 2 analysis of the question paper in this article based on experts’ and students’ feedback and suggestions. Find out the question paper and solutions brought to you exclusively by the Embibe Academic Team below!
08:00 p.m. IST|June 24, 2022: Embibe’s Analysis for the afternoon shift of JEE Main 2022 B.E./B.Tech is Live Now! Watch the full analysis by Akash Tyagi on YouTube!
03:00 p.m. IST | June 24, 2022: The afternoon shift of JEE Main 2022 B.E./B.Tech (Paper 2) has started at 3:00 p.m. and the exam will conclude at 6:00 p.m.
02:15 p.m. IST | June 24, 2022: JEE Main 2022 is being conducted at 501 different exam centres throughout the country, while 22 centres are located abroad.
01:15 p.m. IST | June 24, 2022: As per a larger number of students, the overall difficulty of the exam was ‘moderate’. The Mathematics segment was difficult and Calculus and Coordinate Geometry had more weightage. As for the Physics section, more weightage was given to Electrodynamics and Modern Physics concepts. Also, questions were asked from Organic Chemistry.
12:00 p.m. IST | June 24, 2022: The JEE Main 2022 June 24 Shift 1 exam for B.E./B.Tech concluded.
JEE Main 2022 June 24, Shift 1 Analysis
JEE Main Shift 1 June 24 (Session 1) exam has been concluded and the overall exam difficulty of the entrance test—based on students’ reactions, experts’ feedback, and suggestions—has been reviewed as ‘moderate’ in difficulty. Find out the analysis of JEE Main 2022 June 24 shift 1 and shift 2 which are LIVE NOW! Check the table below:
JEE Main 2022 June 24, Paper 1: Subject-wise Analysis
Take a glimpse at the table below to understand which section of the question paper was difficult and which one was easier:
Moderate to Difficult
NTA also introduced negative marking to both segments of the question paper: section A and section B. Therefore, students paid close attention while attempting MCQs and numerical value questions.
The overall exam duration of JEE Main June 24 B.Tech/B.E. paper was 3 hours, except for PwD candidates—they were given an extra hour to complete the test.
JEE Main Part 1 Mathematics (B.E./B.Tech):
The Mathematics section of JEE Main for Paper 1 for B.E./B.Tech included a total of 30 questions—out of which, 20 questions were multiple-choice questions (MCQs), whereas test 10 were numeral value questions. The difficulty level of the Mathematics section was moderate to difficult.
JEE Main Part 1 Physics (B.E./B.Tech):
The questions in the JEE Main Physics section were well-divided and based on the NCERT syllabus. The section has been reviewed as ‘moderate’.
JEE Main Part 1 Chemistry (B.E./B.Tech):
The concept in the chemistry section was similar to the one in the previous question paper. Most questions were about Chemistry in Life, Sets, Units, Mole Concepts, etc. Based on the experts’ feedback and students’ reaction, the overall difficulty of the Chemistry section was ‘easy’.
JEE Main 2022 June 24, Shift 1 (Paper 1) — Students’ Reaction
Based on the student’s reaction, the JEE Main 2022 June 24 Shift 1 analysis is as follows:
Raghav: Raghav explained that the Mathematics section was difficult and required many calculations. He further added that questions were asked from Vectors and Induction. When it comes to exam difficulty, the Physics and Chemistry sections were moderate.
Parth: Parth suggested that the paper was moderately difficult, whereas the Mathematics section was lengthy and took most of his time. He further explained that he found Chemistry easier than the other two subjects.
Latika: Latika found the paper quite ‘difficult’. It took her a long time to complete the Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry sections.