JEE Main 2022 June 26, Shift 1 Analysis, Students’ Reaction
  • Written By Saif_Ansari
  • Last Modified 30-06-2022
  • Written By Saif_Ansari
  • Last Modified 30-06-2022

JEE Main 2022 June 26, Shift 1 Analysis, Students’ Reaction

BENGALURU, JUNE 26: National Testing Agency (NTA), following the guidelines governed by JEE Apex Board (JAB), successfully conducted the JEE Main shift 1 entrance exam on June 26, 2022. The first shift of the exam was held from 9:00 am to 12 noon. Paper 1 of the JEE Main 2022 exam was conducted for B.E and B.Tech in an online mode.

Most students said that the overall difficulty level was moderate, and the pattern was similar to last year’s exam. The Chemistry section was relatively easy compared to the Physics section. This article explains the difficulty level of the JEE Main June 26 Shift 1 question paper, which also includes students’ reactions who have appeared for the exam. Read this article to learn more!

Live Updates:

  • June 26, 2022, 12:15 p.m. (IST): Based on the paper analysis of JEE Main June 26 question paper analysis, the Mathematics section was quite ‘difficult’, Physics was ‘moderate’, and Chemistry was ‘easy’. 
  • June 26, 2022, 12:00 p.m. (IST): NTA has concluded JEE Main June 26 shift 1 exam of B.Tech/B.E. (Paper 1). We will shortly add the paper analysis of the JEE Main on this page. Stay connected with us. 
  • June 26, 2022, 11:49 p.m. (IST): The last date to apply for JEE Main 2022 session 2 is June 30, 2022. Those interested should apply online for the July session and pay the application fee before the deadline at jeemain.nta.nic.in.

JEE Main 2022 June 26, Shift 1 Analysis

JEE Main 2022 June 26, Shift 2 paper has concluded. B.E./B.Tech (Paper 1) exam has been reviewed as ‘moderate to difficult’ in terms of exam difficulty level. We have attached the subject-wise analysis of JEE Main June 26 paper, based on students’ reactions and experts’ feedback below:

SubjectsDifficulty Level
MathematicsDifficult
PhysicsModerate
ChemistryEasy

JEE Main 2022 June 26, Shift 1 Question Paper Analysis

We have also added the memory-based question paper with solutions in PDFs in the table. These questions will be helpful for students in understanding the exam difficulty level.

Paper (Shift)Question Paper and Solution PDFSolution Video Link
June 24, Shift 1Memory-Based Questions with SolutionWatch Now!
June 24, Shift 2Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 25, Shift 1Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 25, Shift 2Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 26, Shift 1Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 26, Shift 2Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 27, Shift 1Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 27, Shift 2Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 28, Shift 1Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 28, Shift 2Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 29, Shift 1Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon
June 29, Shift 2Memory-Based Questions with SolutionComing Soon

JEE Main 2022 June 26 Memory-based Analysis

This section of the article will acquaint candidates with the memory-based analysis of June 26 Shift 1 JEE Main paper:

JEE Main Mathematics Section:

  • The mathematics section of the JEE Main 2022 June 26 was ‘difficult’ and questions were asked on topics like statistics (mode), mathematical reasoning etc.

JEE Main Physics Section:

  • Based on students’ reactions and expert analysis, the Physics segment of JEE Main 2022 June 26 shift 1 exam was ‘moderate’. The question paper had questions on topics like semiconductors, optical instruments, magnetism, 

JEE Main Chemistry Section:

  • Based on the memory-based analysis of JEE Main question paper, more weightage was provided to topics of Inorganic Chemistry than Organic or Physical Chemistry.

JEE Main JEE Main June 26 Students’ Reactions

Here are the students’ reactions to shift 1 of JEE Main June 26:

  • Vinay Kumar: Vinay Kumar: Vinay, JEE Main candidate who appeared for the exam said that the Mathematics section of the question was quite ‘difficult’ as compared to the other section.
  • Aditi: Aditi said that the paper was lengthy and questions required extra calculations. Also, there were more theoretical questions for inorganic chemistry. However, this could also be due to the fact that students prefer attempting inorganic chemistry questions.
  • Sahil: As per Sahil’s reaction, the questions from Chemistry were based on NCERT. There were questions based on Biomolecules and Polymers and Chemistry in everyday life.

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