JEE Main 2022 June Session – June 28, Shift 1 Analysis, Reaction
BENGALURU, JUNE 28: JEE Main 2022, June 28, Shift 1 exam was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) authorities at 9 AM. The ongoing JEE Main exam is being conducted in 2 shifts, with shift 1 being held from 9 AM to 12 PM, and shift 2 being from 3 PM to 6 PM. The exam will be conducted until June 29, 2022 for the June session. Based on the difficulty level of the question paper, it is being reviewed as easy to moderate.
Candidates who had practiced the previous year’s question papers and the NCERT textbooks found the exam to be easy. NTA JEE Main 2022 exam is being hosted at various locations in 501 cities across the nation and 22 cities outside of India. The JEE Main 2022 paper analysis is made public based on student feedback, difficulty, and other factors. Candidates can access unofficial JEE Main 2022 memory-based questions’ solutions and answer keys too. Keep checking the JEE Main 2022 live updates for additional details.
The NTA JEE Main 2022 paper analysis has been made available here. The analysis takes into account topic weightage, memory-based questions, and candidate reviews. The JEE Main paper analysis 2022 gives a general understanding of the exam’s question format and degree of difficulty.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis- Physics
As per the feedback of the candidates who have given the June 28 Shift 1 exam, the difficulty level of the paper was easy. Most of the questions were formula-based and conceptual in nature.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis- Chemistry
The chemistry section was reviewed to be relatively easy. Questions were mostly asked from Organic, Inorganic, Coordination Compounds, and p- and d-block Elements section of the syllabus.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis- Mathematics
June 28 Shift 1 Mathematics section was difficult. The questions took a long time to solve. Many students faced difficulty in the numerical reasoning section of the question paper.
JEE Main June 28 (Shift 1)- Students’ Reaction
Some of the students’ reactions are as follows.
Mayank: As per the statement given by Mayank, it is being reported that the overall difficulty level of the question paper was quite easy. He found the Mathematics section to be tricky but easier to attempt. He further advised future JEE candidates to practice last year’s question papers since many questions are common.
Tarun: Tarun found the Physics section to be a little bit difficult compared to the other subjects. Inorganic and Organic Chemistry sections were easier for him to attempt in the exam hall.
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