JEE Main Paper Analysis 2022 by Aakash (Get PDFs) - Embibe
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  • Last Modified 12-08-2022
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  • Last Modified 12-08-2022

JEE Main Paper Analysis by Aakash 2022: June and July (Shift 1, 2)

JEE Main Paper Analysis by Aakash 2022: Aakash Institute has released JEE Main Analysis 2022 on its official website for both sessions: Session 1 and Session 2, including the subject-wise analysis, i.e., Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. JEE Main June session was held from June 23 to June 29, 2022, whereas the JEE Main July session took place from July 25 to 30, 2022, and the overall question paper difficulty for the June session was moderate. The shift-wise analysis is now available for all the exam days.

We have attached the PDFs of JEE Main paper analysis done by Aakash (Byjus) that aspirants can refer to for an idea about the type of questions asked, exam difficulty level, paper answers, and solutions for free and without requiring signup. JEE Main previous years’ paper analysis by Aakash will help candidates understand the exam’s difficulty level, the weightage of each unit, important topics, and the minimum marks required to get admission. Candidates can use the JEE Main paper analysis by the Aakash Institute being provided in this article to level up their preparations for the entrance exam.

Latest Updates:
– JEE Main 2022 analysis by Aakash is now available for Session 1 (June) and Session 2 (July) for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Check out the direct PDF links from the table below.
– JEE Main 2022 Exam city intimation slip is out on the official website of NTA. Applicants can log in using their registration number and password and check their exam centre city.
– NTA will release JEE Main 2022 Admit Cards for the June session soon on its official website.
JEE Main 2022 Session 2 Registration started on June 1, 2022. Interested candidates can fill out the application form at jeemain.nta.nic.in until June 30, 2022.

JEE Main 2022 Paper Analysis by Aakash

Candidates looking for JEE Main 2022 paper analysis by Aakash Institute for all sessions can bookmark this page to get all the updates regarding Aakash’s JEE Main Session 1 and Session 2 analysis. JEE Main Session 1 started on June 23 and ended on June 29, while JEE Main Session 2 commenced on July 25 and continues till July 30, 2022. Aakash Institute has released the analysis after conducting the exam.

JEE Main 2022 June 24 to 29 Paper Analysis by Aakash

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JEE Main 24 June 2022 Maths Shift 1Download PDF
JEE Main 24 June 2022 Chemistry Shift 1Download PDF
JEE Main 24 June 2022 Physics Shift 1Download PDF
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JEE Main 24 June 2022 Physics Shift 2Download PDF
JEE Main 25 June 2022 Maths Shift 1Download PDF
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JEE Main 25 June 2022 Physics Shift 1Download PDF
JEE Main 25 June 2022 Maths Shift 2Download PDF
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JEE Main 26 June 2022 Maths Shift 1Download PDF
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JEE Main 26 June 2022 Maths Shift 2Download PDF
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JEE Main 27 June 2022 Maths Shift 1Download PDF
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JEE Main 28 June 2022 Maths Shift 1Download PDF
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JEE Main 29 June 2022 Maths Shift 1Download PDF
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JEE Main 2022 July 25 to 30 Paper Analysis by Aakash

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JEE Main Session 2 Paper Analysis: 25 July 2022 Shift 1Download now
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JEE Main Previous Year Paper Analysis by Aakash

JEE Main 2022 paper analysis is yet to be released. Candidates can check Aakash’s JEE Main 2021 paper analysis to get an idea about this year’s question paper’s difficulty level. Before checking out the JEE Main Exam Analysis, let us have an overview of the exam:

Exam NameJoint Entrance Exam – Main
Commonly Known AsJEE Main
Exam LevelNational Level
Conducting BodyNational Testing Agency (NTA)
Programs CoveredAll BE/BTech, B.Arch, and B.Planning
Mode of ExamComputer-Based Test (CBT)
Official Websitejeemain.nta.nic.in


JEE Main Session 4 Analysis Aakash 2021 – Shift 1 & 2

In CBT Mode, the JEE Mains May exam was held on August 26, 27, 31, and September 1, 2021. Candidates can check the analysis for shift 1 and shift 2 by Aakash Institutes below:

JEE Main 4th Session Shift 2 Analysis Aakash – September 01

The JEE Mains 2021 September 01 Shift 2 paper was moderate to easy in difficulty. Similar to the previous papers, Mathematics and Physics were moderate, while Chemistry was the easiest to attempt.

JEE Main 4th Session Shift 2 Analysis Aakash – August 31

The JEE Mains 2021 August 31 Shift 2 paper was moderate to easy in difficulty. The Mathematics section was slightly longer for the candidates, The Physics section was moderate in difficulty level; questions on topics like semiconductors, Thermodynamics, etc., were important. Chemistry was the easiest since almost all the questions were from the NCERT textbook.

JEE Main 4th Session Shift 1 Analysis Aakash – August 31

The JEE Mains 2021 August 31 Shift 1 paper was moderate to easy in difficulty as compared the previous papers. The Mathematics section was lengthy for the candidates. The Physics section was moderate in difficulty level; questions on topics like current electricity, semiconductors, gravitation, modern physics, etc. were important. Chemistry was easy since most questions were from the NCERT textbook.

JEE Main 4th Session Shift 2 Analysis Aakash – August 27

The JEE Mains 2021 August 27 Shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty. The Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult for most candidates. The Physics paper was moderate in difficulty level. Chemistry was the easiest as questions were from the NCERT textbook, and Organic Chemistry had more weightage.

JEE Main 4th Session Shift 1 Analysis Aakash – August 27

The JEE Mains 2021 August 27 Shift 1 paper was moderate to easy in difficulty. The Mathematics paper was lengthy for most candidates. In contrast, the Physics paper was moderate to easy in difficulty level. Chemistry was easy since most questions were from the NCERT textbook and theoretical.

Note: Overall, the paper was balanced and was solved by most candidates in the stipulated time. Difficulty wise, the order was Mathematics > Physics > Chemistry.

JEE Main 4th Session Shift 2 Analysis Aakash – August 26

The JEE Mains 2021 August 26 Shift 2 paper was overall moderate to easy in difficulty. Many students felt that the Mathematics paper was moderate to easy. But, some of the questions had lengthy calculations. In comparison, Physics and Chemistry were easy.

JEE Main 4th Session Shift 1 Analysis Aakash – August 26

According to the experts at Aakash Institute, the August 26 Shift 1 paper was moderate in difficulty. Looking at individual subjects, Mathematics questions were lengthy in terms of the calculation required. Even in Physics, students encountered more numerical questions as compared to theoretical questions. Chemistry, in comparison, was easier and hugely reliant on NCERT for questions.

JEE Main May SessionJEE Main May Analysis
26 August 2021 Morning (Shift 1)To be Released.
26 August 2021 Evening (Shift 2)To be Released.
27 August 2021 Morning (Shift 1)To be Released.
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30 August 2021 Morning (Shift 1)To be Released.
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01 September 2021 Morning (Shift 1)To be Released.
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JEE Main April (Session 3) Analysis Aakash 2021 – Shift 1 & 2

In CBT mode, the JEE Mains April exam was held on July 20, 22, 25 and 27, 2021. Candidates can check below for shift 1 and shift 2 paper analysis by Aakash Institutes:

JEE Main April SessionJEE Main April Analysis
20 July 2021 Morning (Shift 1)Download Now
20 July 2021 Evening (Shift 2)Download Now
22 July 2021 Morning (Shift 1)Not Conducted
22 July 2021 Evening (Shift 2)Download Now
25 July 2021 Morning (Shift 1)Download Now
25 July 2021 Evening (Shift 2)Download Now
27 July 2021 Morning (Shift 1)Download Now
27 July 2021 Evening (Shift 2)Download Now


JEE Main July 27 Shift 2 Analysis Aakash 2021

The July 27, 2021, Shift 2 paper was moderately difficult. The questions from Mathematics were straightforward, but they were lengthy and time-consuming. The Chemistry section was easier than most of the NCERT textbook questions. The Physics questions were mainly based on implications and required time for the calculations.

JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 Analysis Aakash 2021

The July 27, 2021, Shift 1 paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level. Chemistry was easy to moderate. Most of the questions were based on NCERT concepts. The Mathematics section was moderate, lengthy and a bit tricky, and the Physics section was moderate.

JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 Analysis Aakash 2021

The July 25 Shift 2 paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level. Chemistry was easy to moderate. Most of the questions were based on NCERT concepts. This time Mathematics section was easy to moderate, and the Physics section was easy and the integer-based questions were a bit tricky.

  1. Mathematics- The Maths paper was easy to moderate in the difficulty level.
  2. Physics-  The Physics papers was moderate in difficulty level. Sone of the questions was asked from Kinematics.
  3. Chemistry- The Chemistry paper was the easiest of all. Most of the theoretical questions were directly from the NCERT textbook.

JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 Analysis Aakash 2021

The July 25 Shift 1 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Most of the questions were based on NCERT concepts. Overall, Mathematics was the most challenging section compared to Physics and Chemistry.

  1. Physics –  The Physics papers was moderate in the difficulty level.
  2. Mathematics – The Maths paper was moderate to tough in the difficulty level.
  3. Chemistry – The Chemistry paper was the easiest of all.

JEE Main July 22 Analysis 2021 Aakash – Shift 1 & 2

The July 22 Shift 1 and 2 papers were also moderate in difficulty level. Most of the questions were based on NCERT concepts. Overall, Mathematics was the toughest compared to physics and Chemistry.

  1. Physics – The Physics papers were moderate in difficulty level. The paper covered questions from all topics. Electrostatics was majorly asked. Integer type of questions was mostly from the chapter on modern physics.
  2. Chemistry – The Chemistry papers was of an easy difficulty level. Physical chemistry was mostly asked in integer type.
  3. Mathematics – The Maths paper was moderate to difficult in difficulty level. Questions asked were mostly from coordinate and integral calculus. Integer-type questions had lengthy calculations, and some were tricky to solve.

JEE Main July 20 Analysis 2021 Aakash – Shift 1 & 2

The July 20 Shift 1 and 2 papers were moderate in difficulty level. Most of the questions were based on NCERT concepts. Overall, Mathematics was the toughest compared to physics and Chemistry.

  1. Physics – The Physics papers were easy to moderate in difficulty level. Most questions were asked from Electrostatic, Mechanics, Optics & Modern Physics. Some of the questions had lengthy calculations.
  2. Chemistry – The Chemistry papers were easy compared to Physics and Mathematics. The chapters/topics of classes 11th and 12th were given almost equal weightage. More questions were from Organic Chemistry followed by Physical and Inorganic Chemistry.
  3. Mathematics – The Maths paper was moderate in difficulty level. Questions were mostly from vectors and 3-D. Few questions had lengthy calculations and some were tricky.

JEE Main March Analysis by Aakash 2021

The JEE Mains March exam was held on March 16, 17 and 18, 2021. Candidates can check below the 16, 17, and 18 March shift 1 and shift 2 paper analysis by Aakash Institute:

JEE Main March 16 Shift 2 Analysis Aakash

The March 16 shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Most of the questions were based on NCERT concepts.

  1. Physics – The shift 2 Physics paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level. Questions were asked about Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Mechanics, Magnetism, Heat & Thermodynamics, Optics, Radioactivity, Modern physics, etc. Some of the questions were lengthy calculations.
  2. Chemistry – The shift 2 Chemistry paper was easy to moderate. The chapters/topics of classes 11th and 12th were given almost equal weightage. Most questions were from Organic Chemistry, followed by Physical and Inorganic Chemistry.
  3. Mathematics –  The shift 2 Maths paper was moderate in difficulty level. Questions were from Algebra, Calculus, coordinate Geometry, Vector and 3-Dimensional Geometry. Few questions were lengthy calculations, and some were tricky.

JEE Main March 16 Shift 1 Analysis Aakash

The March 16 shift 1 paper was easy to moderate in difficulty and similar to JEE Main February session 2021. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT textbooks.

  1. Chemistry – The JEE Main March 16 shift 1 Chemistry paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level. Almost all the topics were covered. Topics from classes 11 and 12 were given almost equal weightage. Most of the topics were from NCERT content. Organic Chemistry was sufficiently asked, followed by Physical and Inorganic Chemistry.
  2. Physics – Overall, the Physics shift 1 paper was from easy to moderate level. Questions were asked about Magnetism, Current Electricity, Heat & Thermodynamics, Optics, Mechanics, Electrostatics, etc. Few questions were lengthy calculations.
  3. Mathematics – The Maths shift 1 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Questions were from Algebra, Co-ordinate Geometry, Calculus, Vector and 3 Dimensional Geometry.  Some of the questions from Numerical involved lengthy calculations and were a bit tricky.

The detailed JEE Main exam analysis by Aakash Institutes will be available soon. Candidates can check from the table given below.

JEE Main February Analysis by Aakash 2021

JEE Mains Feb exam was held on February 23, 24, 25 and 26, 2021, in CBT mode. The JEE Main exam analysis by Aakash Institutes is available in the table given below.

JEE Main Feb SessionJEE Main Feb Analysis
24th February 2021 Morning (Shift 1)Download now
24th February 2021 Evening (Shift 2)Download now
25th February 2021 Morning (Shift 1)Download now
25th February 2021 Evening (Shift 2)Download now
26th February 2021 Morning (Shift 1)Download now
26th February 2021 Evening (Shift 2)Download now

JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute – February 25 Shift 1

Candidates can check below the JEE Main February exam analysis Aakash for shift 1:

Mathematics

  • Overall, the shift 1 Maths paper was calculative, conceptual and a bit lengthy. The paper was moderate in difficulty level. More questions were from Calculus, Algebra, and Coordinate geometry.

Chemistry

  • The Chemistry section was moderate in difficulty level. More questions were from organic chemistry. Fewer number questions from physical chemistry, and also calculative. The numerical type of questions were easy. 

Physics

  • The difficulty level of the physics paper was easy (approximately 15 questions were basic). The numerical type of questions were not calculative. Questions from classes11th and 12th syllabus received equal weightage.

JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute – February 24 Shift 2

After the commencement of the 2nd shift of JEE Paper on February 24, Ajay Kumar Sharma, National Academic Director (Engineering), Aakash Educational Services Ltd. (AESL), said that “The new pattern of JEE Main 2021 is slated to pick better candidates by providing question paper in regional languages through multiple attempts thereby reducing the stress levels on them as well.” He also provided a brief textual analysis of the paper for all subjects, which is as mentioned below:

Physics

  1. The Physics paper covered almost all topics. Most questions came from Electrostatics, Mechanics, Optics, and Modern Physics.
  2. The questions related to integers were easy.

Chemistry

  1. The Chemistry paper was moderate.
  2. The paper was very well balanced, with an equal number of physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry questions.
  3. All topics were covered, though the integer-type questions of physical chemistry were calculative. 

Mathematics

  1. The difficulty level of maths was also moderate.
  2. Questions asked were mostly from Calculus, Algebra, and Coordinate geometry.

Concluding his paper analysis, he said, “Overall, the paper was quite balanced, and students could complete it under the given time frame”.

Previous Year JEE Main Exam Analysis Aakash

In the following table, candidates can check the analysis for JEE Main 2020 question paper from, solutions and paper analysis by Aakash Institute.

JEE Main Analysis Aakash for January Session 2020

Exam DateShift 1Shift 2
7th JanuaryDownloadDownload
8th JanuaryDownloadDownload
9th JanuaryDownloadDownload

JEE Main Paper Analysis 2019 By Aakash

The JEE Main 2019 Analysis by Aakash Institute is listed below:

1. The difficulty level of the Physics section was moderate. A total of 17 questions were asked from class 12 chapters and 13 from Class 11.

2. In Mathematics, the majority of questions were from Algebra and Calculus. Topics were equally covered from classes 11 and 12 syllabi with 15 questions from each. The difficulty level was high.

3. Questions from Physical Chemistry covered a major part of the Chemistry section. Preference to class 11 was given with 17 questions, while class 12 had only 13 questions. The Chemistry section was easier than the other two.

Check THE JEE MAIN Cutoff

We have tabulated the previous year’s cutoff below:

YearCutoff
2020Gen – 90.3765335
OBC NCL – 72.8887969
Gen-EWS – 70.2435518
ST – 39.0696101
SC – 50.1760245
PwD – 0.0618524
2019Gen – 89.7548849
OBC-NCL – 74.3166557
SC – 54.0128155
ST – 44.3345172
Gen-EWS – 78.2174869
PWD – 0.11371730
2018Gen – 74
OBC-NCL – 45
SC – 29
ST – 24
PWD – (-35)
2017Gen – 81
OBC-NCL – 49
SC – 32
ST – 27
2016Gen – 100
OBC-NCL – 70
SC – 52
ST – 48
2015Gen – 105
OBC-NCL – 70
SC – 50
ST – 44
2014Gen – 115
OBC-NCL – 74
SC – 53
ST – 47
2013Gen – 113
OBC-NCL – 70
SC – 50
ST – 45
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FAQs on JEE Main Paper Analysis by Aakash 2022

Here are some of the frequently asked questions related to JEE Main paper analysis by Aakash:

Q: Will JEE Main 2023 exam postpone?

Ans: If it is hard to predict this, however, if NTA decides to do so, we will keep this page updated.

Q: When will the answer key be released for JEE Mains 2022?

Ans: NTA released the provisional answer key days after the exam on its portal. The candidates could challenge their answer key, and authorities considered the candidates’ suggestions, and after evaluating their suggestions, they released the final answer key on their official website.

Q: How many Sessions does JEE Main 2022 have?

Ans: NTA decided to conduct JEE main 2022 in two phases. JEE Main Session one was conducted in June, while Session was conducted in July. Candidates had two attempts.

Q: What is the accuracy range of JEE Mains cut-off released by Aakash Institute?

Ans: Candidates can consider the JEE Mains cut-off of Aakash Institute for reference as it is one of the leading coaching centres in our country.

Q: Is the JEE Mains analysis of Aakash institute really helpful?

Ans: Yes, candidates can check the analysis released by the Aakash institute for reference and guess the chances of passing the examination along with the marks.

Q: Where can I find the JEE Mains analysis of Aakash institute?

Ans: Candidates can check the JEE Mains detailed analysis of Aakash institute on their official website or check out this page of Embibe.

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