JEE Main 2022 June Session – June 25, Shift 2 Analysis, Reaction
BENGALURU, JUNE 25: Day 3 of the JEE Main 2022 Session 1 exam concluded with the Shift 2 (evening shift) ending at 6:00 p.m. today. This year the JEE Main exam is being held in two sessions (June and July 2022) unlike last year. With the new rise in Covid-19 cases in states like Maharashtra and Karnataka, various examination centres throughout India have made face masks mandatory for the candidates. But this does not seem to stop the zeal of the candidates with a number of appearing candidates going past 1 lakh!
As Day 3 comes to an end, we bring to you live the JEE Main 2022 June 25, Shift 2 analysis and students’ reactions from different examination centres of the country. The JEE Main 2022 exam is being held in 22 centres outside India as well and we are here to update you on the latest development and the story so far!
The JEE Main 2022 June 25, shift 2 ended with many candidates reporting that the exam was slightly difficult, with students pointing out that the Chemistry section was lengthier than usual. The Mathematics and Physics sections were rated ‘easy to moderately difficult’ by a majority of engineering aspirants.
The Embibe Academic Team brings to you a LIVE question paper analysis with solutions. You can find all the related information in the table below:
JEE Main 2022 June 25 (Shift 2) Subject Wise Analysis
The JEE Main 2022 question paper for shift 2 was rated moderately easy by the students who appeared for the examination. The final verdict based on reviews of a large group of engineering aspirants is as follows:
JEE Main 2022 June 25 (Shift 2) Students’ Reactions
We asked a number of students about the overall difficulty level of the question paper and the sections they found tricky. Here are some of the views:
Anand Gupta:‘The Physics section seemed easier as what we heard about the other two days of the exam. Chemistry section was lengthy and time consuming, but the questions were still solvable. Mathematics section seemed a bit tricky with a majority of questions coming from calculus. Overall, I will say that the question paper was moderately difficult.’
Ojaswa Makhija: ‘I am glad that I referred to the NCERT textbooks for Physics section. Based on this, I can say that the Physics part was easily manageable and yes, Chemistry was time consuming. Mathematics was tricky, as usual, but I think if you have prepared well for the exam, the section was easier’
On being asked about the current Covid-19 situation, here is what the students had to say:
Tripti Singh:‘I think that the social distancing norms and Covid appropriate behavior are still being followed which is a good thing. We were asked to bring our face masks and use sanitizers regularly which is really important for us. JEE Main is a very important exam for me and I want to make sure that I take the exam safely’
Sibashis Mukherjee:‘I like that the people are more aware of the current pandemic situation. Face mask and sanitizers have become a normalcy and it is good that we are being socially responsible now. JEE Main exam is very crucial for my career, so I think that safety is important!’