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# JEE Main Student Reaction 2024: Session 1 and 2 Review

JEE Main Student Reaction 2024: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is conducting the JEE Main 2024 exam in two sessions this year. Session 1 started on January 24, 27, 29, 30, and 31 and ended on February 1, 2024, while Session 2 will take place from April 1 to 15, 2024. We have provided the exam reviews given by the students after the conclusion of the exam. The JEE Main 2024 students’ reactions help candidates figure out the subject-wise analysis, i.e., which section of the question paper included difficult or lengthy questions and which was quite moderate or easy.

As soon as each shift-wise exam of JEE Main 2024 for Paper 1 and Paper 2 is concluded, candidates can check subject-wise difficulty level analysis along with the student’s reactions to the 2024 January and April sessions in this post. Students’ reactions for all the consecutive days of the exam will be updated here as soon as the shift-wise exam is over. Read further for the most recent updates on live students’ reactions to the JEE Main 2024 exam.

JEE Main Session 1 is over. We have updated the shift-wise analysis PDFs on JEE Main Analysis 2024 for JEE Main 2024 Session 1 was conducted from January 24 to February 1, 2024. Along with that, student reactions have been added below. Stay tuned to learn more.

## JEE Main Student Reaction 2024

This section includes the student reactions for all JEE Main 2024 shifts, namely shift 1, shift 2:

### JEE Main February 1 Shift 2 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

The overall difficulty level of the question paper was moderate. Let’s take a look at the JEE Main Feb 1 Shift 2 student reactions:

• Mathematics: This section was moderate to difficult, tricky and lengthy. Most questions were asked about Algebra and Calculus. Co-ordinate Geometry also had questions from chapters like Circle, Parabola, Ellipse & Hyperbola. There were also questions from Matrices & Determinants, Probability, Statistics, Complex Numbers, Progressions- 2 questions, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, etc.
• Physics: Physics was moderate and had numerical-based questions. The weightage was given on chapters like Current Electricity and Magnetism. The question paper was lengthy. There were questions from chapters like Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & Waves, Gravitation, etc.
• Chemistry: Chemistry turned out to be easy and NCERT-based. Student reactions suggested that both Inorganic and Organic Chemistry had more weightage. The question paper had questions from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl and Alkyl Halides, and other chapters.

### JEE Main February 1 Shift 1 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

The overall difficulty level of the question paper was easy to moderate. Let’s take a look at the JEE Main Feb 1 Shift 1 student reactions:

• Mathematics: Maths was moderate in terms of difficulty but lengthy. There were no questions from the deleted syllabus. Questions were from Integer, Vector 3-D, Conic section, Differential, etc. Calculus had lengthy questions. The questions were tricky and lengthy, etc.
• Physics: This section was easy. The questions were from Capacitor (2 Ques), Unit Dimension, Mechanics, etc. It was a formula-based paper.
• Chemistry: This was easy, too, but theoretical. The questions were asked from Salt, Biomolecule, Amino Benzene, Aniline, Assertion & Reasons (around 4 to 5 Q), Organic Chemistry, etc. There were fewer questions about Inorganic Chemistry and direct questions based on NCERT.

### JEE Main January 31 Shift 2 Student Reactions

The overall difficulty level of the question paper was easy to moderate. Let’s take a look at the JEE Main Jan 31 Shift 2 reactions of students:

• Mathematics: This section was easy but lengthy. The questions were from chapters like Conic Section, Vector 3D, etc.
• Physics: This was easy with NCERT-based questions. The questions were from Modern physics, Nuclear physics, Ray optics, Mechanics, Circular motion, Rotation, Wave optics, etc.
• Chemistry: This section was easy to moderate and formula-based. Most questions were asked from Organic Chemistry, d and f block, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, Physical chemistry, etc.

### JEE Main January 31 Shift 1 Student Reactions

The overall difficulty level of the question paper was moderate. Let’s take a look at the JEE Main Jan 31 Shift 1 reactions of students:

• Mathematics: This was very difficult and lengthy, said some students. Experts suggested that the difficulty level increased in the JEE Main Jan 31 exam. The questions were asked from Probability, Vectors, Determinants, Quadratic Equations, etc.
• Physics: The Physics section was of moderate level but tricky. The questions were put up from Gravitation, Newton’s laws of motion, kinematics, current electricity, modern physics magnetism, etc.
• Chemistry: It was easy to moderate with NCERT-based questions. The questions were from organic and inorganic chapters like hydrocarbons, alcohol, phenol and ethers, general organic chemistry, d-block elements, chemical bonding, etc.

### JEE Main January 30 Shift 2 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

The overall difficulty level of the question paper was moderate. Let’s take a look at the JEE Main Jan 30 Shift 2 reactions of students:

• Mathematics: The Mathematics section was difficult. Students expressed that the questions were challenging and were asked about vectors, 3D geometry, complex numbers, matrices, determinants, etc.
• Physics: Physics was moderate to difficult; it had formula-based questions. The questions were from topics like Kinematics, work energy and power, current electricity, modern physics, magnetism, electrostatics, thermal physics, etc.
• Chemistry: This section was moderate and the questions were from D-block, chemical bonding, the periodic table, carboxylic acids, ketone, coordinate bonding, hydrocarbons, etc.

### JEE Main January 30 Shift 1 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

Based on student reactions, the overall difficulty of JEE Main Jan 30 Shift 1 was rated moderate. Here is the section-wise review:

• Mathematics: Students found the Mathematics segment moderate to difficult and lengthy. Some students said that it had formula-based questions. Questions were put up from topics like Calculus, vector, geometric progression, matrix, determinant, 3D geometry, integration, permutations and combinations, etc.
• Physics: This section was moderate, as per students’ reactions. There were questions about Modern physics, kinematics, current electricity, the magnetic effect of current, etc.
• Chemistry: This segment turned out to be easy to moderate. Questions were about Salt analysis, practical organic chemistry, biomolecules, alkyl halide, etc.

### JEE Main January 29 Shift 2 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

The overall difficulty of JEE Main Jan 29 Shift 1 has been rated moderate to easy by the students. Here is the section-wise review:

• Mathematics: Students found the Mathematics section moderate and a bit lengthy and tricky, too. They found the questions challenging. The questions were about Permutation and Combination, Vectors and 3D, Sequence Series, Vectors, Integration, Straight lines, Parabolas, Circles, etc.
• Chemistry: Chemistry was easy to moderate. The questions were about Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Atom, Periodic, Electrochemistry, Mole concept, Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Titration, Chemical bonding, etc.
• Physics: This section was rated easy to moderate by students. They expressed that the Physics section was formula-based. Questions included in the question paper were about Magnetism, Rotation, Numerical Formula, Kinematics, Logic Gate, Diffraction, Heat, SHM and Young double slit experiment, Work, Power and Energy, etc.

### JEE Main January 29 Shift 1 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

NTA concluded the JEE Main Jan 29 Shift 1 successfully. It was Day 3 and students found the overall question paper as moderate. Here are the section-wise reactions from students:

• Mathematics: This time, the Mathematics section turned out to be difficult. The following topics had the highest weightage in the question paper: Matrices and Determinants, 3D geometry, Vectors and Straight lines, Permutation and Combination, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability, and more.
• Physics: Physics was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty. The questions were asked about Electrostatics, Kinematics, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, SHM, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, etc.
• Chemistry: Again, Chemistry was easy to moderate too, with questions put up from topics like Metallurgy, Aromatic, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Bonding, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Atomic Structure, etc.

### JEE Main January 27 Shift 2 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

Students found the overall difficulty of the question paper as ‘easy to moderate’. Here are the detailed reactions:

• Mathematics: Students found that this section was a bit lengthy but comparatively easy. However, they found the questions from integers slightly challenging. There were questions about Vector, 3D, Functions, Circles, Hyperbola, Elipse, etc.
• Chemistry: The overall difficulty of the Chemistry section turned out to be easy. Students suggested that there were questions from deleted syllabus–also like polymers. Some questions were about D block, Electrochemistry, Assertion, Physical Chemistry, etc.
• Physics: Students found the Physics segment of the question paper easy. Questions were about Mechanics, Semiconductors, Electrostatic, etc.

### JEE Main January 27 Shift 1 (B.Tech/B.E) Student Reactions

Here are the student reactions for JEE Main 2024 Jan 27 Shift 1, with the overall difficulty of the question paper as easy to moderate:

• Mathematics: Most students–like Aamir–said that they found the Mathematics section moderate to difficult. They further added that the questions were asked from sections like Calculus, 2-D Matrix and Determinants, Complex Numbers, etc.
• Chemistry: Students reacted as if the question paper was almost based on NCERT books. Most questions were theoretical and asked about Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, Thermodynamics and Aldehyde, Ketone, Carboxylic Acids, etc.
• Physics: This section was considered easy to moderate by students and questions were based on Mechanics, Current electricity, etc.

### JEE Main January 24 Shift 2 (B.Arch) Student Reactions

The JEE Main 2024 Shift 2 exam has been conducted for B.Arch, and we have updated the student reactions in this section. For upcoming updates, keep an eye on this space to stay in touch.

• Rajeev: According to Rajeev, the Mathematics section of JEE Main Jan 24 Shift 2 was easier.
• Sonali: Sonali said that she found the Aptitude segment of the question paper easy to moderate in terms of difficulty.
• Vinith: Vinith joined the conversation with us and said that he found the drawing section pretty straightforward.

## JEE Main Previous Year Student Reactions

The following section highlights the reactions of students to the JEE Main exams in the past, i.e., JEE Main 2023, JEE Main 2022, JEE Main 2021, etc.

### JEE Main Student Reaction 2023 (1st Session)

Observing students’ reactions—those who took the test—is a great way to figure out which section of the question paper was lengthy, difficult, or easy instantly. This is done based on students’ initial reactions, feedback, or suggestions. Find the students’ reactions for JEE Main Session 1 2023 below:

• Shaam: Shaam said the Mathematics section was lengthy and formula-based.
• Maheshwari: Maheshwari said that the Chemistry section was easy and had many questions from the NCERT.
• Divya: Divya said she found the Organic Chemistry section difficult.
• Gautam: Gautam was having his exam centre at IET Lucknow, and he reported that the exam paper was moderately easy. He attempted almost 60-70 questions. Mathematics was the most difficult as per his statement, and Chemistry was the easiest among all the subjects in the Paper 1 exam.
• Shubh: As per Shubh, Mathematics was much more difficult for him to solve. Most questions came in from the previous year’s papers that he has practised. Furthermore, he also reported that for him, Inorganic Chemistry questions were easier to solve in the entire paper.
• Abhavya: Abhavya said that the JEE Main 2023 Shift 2 exam was similar to the previous year’s JEE Main exams. He said that people who had solved previous years’ JEE Main question papers would have answered the questions better.
• Saif: Saif found out that the majority of questions were from NCERT, and he could answer most questions in shift 2.
• Sakshi: For her, the Mathematics section was moderately easy yet lengthy; however, she managed to do it quickly.
• Swapnil: According to him, the Maths section was lengthy, not tough, though. He said the question paper was easier than last year’s, and the Physics and Chemistry sections were easier. A lot of questions were asked from the Class 12th syllabus. Many questions were based on vector 3D this year.
• Mukul: As per his review, questions in the Mathematics section were lengthy and calculative. There were a lot of formula-based questions Physics section. Chemistry was the easiest. More questions from physical and organic chemistry. The question paper was easier than last year’s JEE Main question paper.
• Rahul: According to Rahul, the questions asked were easier. The Chemistry section was the easiest, and the Mathematics questions were calculative. There were a lot of questions from organic chemistry this year, and very few questions were asked from NCERT books.
• Qadil: Math was difficult, and Physics and Chemistry were very easy sections to attempt with. Physics was much easier than expected. He is expecting a score of 200+ for the JEE Main 2023 B.Tech paper.
• Kanishk: Kanishk was very sad as his paper didn’t go as well as he expected. He attempted only 27 questions. His Mathematics section was very bad.
• Pranav: Pranav said that the paper was comparatively easy. The Mathematics section was a bit difficult to attempt, and the questions were time-consuming to solve.
• Aliya: Aliya said that the JEE Main Paper 2 was quite lengthy.
• Vinod: Vinod said that the Mathematics section was moderate and had questions about circles, limits and more.
• Advait: Advait felt the Physics section to be the toughest. He said he is expecting a good score of 100+ for this paper.
• Shikha: Shikha said that she found the Physics questions to be quite conceptual and tricky. The mathematics section took longer to solve.
• Raman: The mathematics component was lengthy and formula-based, according to Raman.
• Mukhesh: Mukhesh claimed that the Chemistry section was simple and contained many NCERT-based questions that were easier to solve. His overall paper was good.

### JEE Main Student Reaction 2023 (2nd Session)

Below we have shared the JEE Main student reactions— students who appeared in JEE Main 2023 Session 2—revealing details on the question types, difficulty, and more:

• Prashant: NCERT-based questions constituted the majority of the questions asked in the April 15 Shift 1 paper.
• Devyansh Chaudhary: While Physics and Chemistry were good in the Shift 1 paper (April 15), the questions in Mathematics involved lengthy calculations that consumed the majority of the time.

### JEE Main 2023: Memory-Based Questions and Solutions

We have added JEE Main question paper analysis with solutions prepared exclusively by the Embibe Academic Team and Subject Matter Experts here! Check out shit-wise question papers and solutions, along with the YouTube videos below:

Check the shift-wise exam analysis for JEE Main April session 2023 given here in the table below:

Check the shift-wise exam analysis for JEE Main session 1 2023 given here in the table below:

#### JEE Main July 29 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reactions

Check the shift-wise details of JEE Main July session students’ reactions in the following sections:

• Shalini: Shalini’s review hinted at the comparison of this question paper with that of Session 1. She said this question paper was more difficult than Session 1.
• Pooja: Pooja found the overall question paper moderate. She further added that questions were asked about current electricity and semi-conductor as far as the Physics section is concerned.
• Sahil: Sahil did not have any problem-solving Chemistry questions as it was the easiest section for him. However, he had to skip some Mathematics questions as they were reportedly tricky and lengthy.

#### JEE Main July 29 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reactions

Check the shift-wise details of JEE Main July session students’ reactions in the following sections:

• Raj Pandey: Raj found the question paper moderate. His review suggested that the Mathematics section was a little difficult.
• Amit Mishra: Amit found the Chemistry section of the question paper easy, whereas he had a little difficulty solving the Mathematics section. He further added that Mathematics required more calculations.

#### JEE Main July 28 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reactions

Students’ reaction to JEE Main July 28 Shift 2 is given here:

• Satyam: Satyam found the paper was comparatively easy than the JEE Main Session 1 exam. He reported that the Chemistry section was easier to attempt, and he is expecting good scores from Mathematics and Chemistry section this time than before.
• Hitanshu Singh: Hitanshu reported that he found the paper quite a bit lengthy. The paper had a moderate difficulty level.

#### JEE Main July 28 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reaction

Students’ Reaction to JEE Main July 28 shift 1 is given here, which aspirants may check:

• Saloni: Saloni found the Mathematics section a little confusing and lengthy, although she managed to solve almost all the questions. Her reaction suggested that the question paper was of moderate difficulty.
• Rashmi: Rashmi reported that questions in the Chemistry section were asked from Alcohols, Phenols, and Amines, whereas Mathematics included mixed questions from Ellipse, Straight Line, and Parabola. She found the overall difficulty level of the question paper as ‘moderate’.
• Diksha: Diksha did not have any problem-solving in the Chemistry section and reported that it was easier than other sections; however, she did find the Mathematics section tricky, lengthy, and most difficult. Physics was moderate for her.

#### JEE Main July 27 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reaction

The JEE Main July 27 Shift 2 students’ reaction is given here:

• Ananya Bhardwaj: Ananya rated the exam’s overall difficulty as moderate. She said that the questions in the Chemistry portion were straight questions from the NCERT textbook. The Mathematics segment was lengthy, while the Physics section had several reasonably challenging problems.
• Abhirup: Abhirup’s first impression was that the paper was generally of moderate difficulty. The Mathematics component was, nevertheless, a little challenging, although the Physics and Chemistry sections were manageable.

#### JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reaction

Below are the responses from students to JEE Main Shift 1 on July 27:

• Sreehari: Sreehari thought that the exam’s overall level of difficulty was moderate. He said that the questions in the Chemistry portion were taken directly from the NCERT Textbook. The Mathematics segment was lengthy, and the Physics problems were not too difficult.
• Akash: Akash initially thought the paper was only moderately difficult. But whereas the Physics and Chemistry sections were respectively moderately and easily difficult, the Mathematics section was.

#### JEE Main July 26 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reaction

Here is the reaction from the students who have appeared for the JEE Main July 26 Shift 2 exam paper:

• Shiksha: According to Shiksha’s assessment of the exam difficulty level, the JEE Main shift 2 question paper as a whole was moderate.
• Rahul: Rahul particularly struggled with the Mathematics section of the JEE Main test during the second shift. He clarified that this portion was difficult in comparison to other segments because it had difficult mathematical issues.

#### JEE Main July 26 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reaction

Below are the responses from students to JEE Main Shift 1 on July 26:

• Badal Mishra: Badal is a student in Class 12, said the exam’s level of difficulty was moderate. He added that there were direct questions from the Chemistry portion and that this was his first time taking the JEE Main June Session. He found that physics was the most challenging subject.
• Rahul: In the JEE Main June Session, Rahul received a score of 93. He claimed that the order of subject difficulty was Mathematics>Physics>Chemistry. The topics from Class 12 were the source of the majority of the questions. Rahul claimed that among the three subjects, mathematics was the most challenging.

#### JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reaction

Students’ Reaction to JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 is given here, which aspirants may check:

• Sahil Singh: Sahil stated that he was a dropper student, and on the first attempt, he scored 97.5 marks. He mentioned that he found Physics and Chemistry questions quite easy, and the Mathematics section was moderately easier than the June session exam.
• Vivek Yadav: Vivek is a Class 12 PCM subject, and he said that his exam went well. He is expecting to score good marks since he has practised the previous year’s questions well. He also mentioned that Physics and Mathematics questions took a long time to solve and Chemistry was the easiest of all.

JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 Analysis

#### JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Students’ Reaction

Students’ Reaction to JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 is given here:

• Aryan Srivastav: As per the statement given by Aryan, it was found that the exam difficulty level was moderate. It was similar to the June Session exam, and today, he observed that this session was a better attempt for him than the previous one. The subject-wise difficulty level was found as Mathematics> Physics> Chemistry.
• Saras Sharma: Saras also stated that he found both the session’s question papers in the same difficulty level. For him, Mathematics went easier than the previous attempt since he practised the previous year’s question papers well.

JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 Analysis

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### JEE Main 2022 Students’ Reaction (June Session)

Since the JEE Main June session, students can find the JEE Main students’ reactions to Paper 1 and Paper 2 (Paper 2A and Paper 2B) on this page. Furthermore, since Paper 1 and Paper 2 included different sections (subjects), students’ reactions will most likely include a discussion about Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry (for Paper 1), Mathematics, Aptitude Drawing (for Paper 2A), and Mathematics, Aptitude, and Planning (for Paper 2B). Students’ reaction to JEE Main 2023 is as follows:

#### JEE Main June 29 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

Students’ reactions to JEE Main June 29 Shift 2 are given here:

• Pushkar Bhardwaj: Pushkar found that the Mathematics section was the most difficult in the entire exam paper. Chemistry was the easiest since the maximum questions came from the NCERT textbooks and previous year’s papers. Physics questions were mostly formula-based and conceptual.
• Sintu Kumar: Sintu found that his paper was neither too good nor too bad. The Mathematics section was the most difficult and strenuous to attempt, and he answered almost about 70 questions. However, his Physics and Chemistry sections went well.

JEE Main June 29 Shift 2 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 29 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

JEE Main June 29 Shift 1 exam difficulty level was considered to be ‘moderately difficult’. Some of the students’ reactions are as follows:

• Aman: Aman found that the exam paper was too difficult. He found the Mathematics section to be the toughest amongst all and Chemistry to be the easiest. Physics was moderate, but he couldn’t attempt much since he couldn’t remember many formulas while attempting the questions.
• Komal Raj: According to Komal, the exam difficulty level was moderate. Chemistry questions were easy and NCERT-based. Physics questions were direct and formula-based. The Mathematics section was the most difficult and lengthy since solving each of the questions took her 7-8 minutes.

JEE Main June 29 Shift 1 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 28 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

The June 28 Shift 1 exam difficulty level was reviewed as ‘easy to moderate’. Some of the students’ reactions are given as follows:

• Megha: As per her statement, the paper difficulty level was considered to be moderately easy. Questions in Mathematics were easy for her since she prepared well; however, she found the Physics questions to be quite conceptual and difficult to attempt. She further stated that she had attempted 75 questions from the entire question paper.
• Pritha: Pritha said that the Mathematics question section was moderate for her to attempt. However, she found that Physics questions were more based on formulas, especially numerical-answer questions.

JEE Main June 28 Shift 1 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 28 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

June 28 Shift 2 difficulty level analysis as per the students’ reaction are given as:

• Ubaid Ahmed: According to Ubaid, the paper difficulty level was moderate. Physics questions were formula-based, and he found them quite conceptual and time-taking to solve. On the other hand, he found that the Chemistry section was difficult and his Mathematics section had gone well.
• Firhid Tandon: Firhid said that he has got many common questions from the previous year’s papers. His statement suggested that questions from the Chemistry section were based on NCERT.

JEE Main June 28 Shift 2 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 27 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

The live students’ reaction to JEE Main 2022 June 27 Shift 1 exam is given here below:

• Akash: According to Akash’s statement, it is said that the question paper’s general degree of difficulty was fairly low. The math test was challenging but easier for him to attempt. Additionally, he advised studying the question papers from the previous year because many of the answers were repeated there.
• Tarun: Compared to the other topics, Tarun thought the physics component was a bit challenging. He found the Organic and Inorganic Chemistry sections of the exam to be much simpler to complete.

JEE Main June 27 Shift 1 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 27 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

The live students’ reaction to JEE Main 2022 June 27 Shift 2 exam is given here below:

• Aviral: Aviral found that the exam difficulty level was moderate. The mathematics part was quite difficult for him to attempt, and he further mentioned that he would prepare well for the next year since he is going to be a repeater and crack JEE Mains to get into his dream IIT College.
• Charu: Charu’s response to the question paper indicated that the exam’s overall difficulty was “moderate to difficult,” although she found the Mathematics portion somewhat challenging. She further stated that the Chemistry section was of moderate complexity.

JEE Main June 27 Shift 2 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 26 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

Based on students’ reactions, shift 1 of JEE Main June 26 exam has been rated as ‘moderately difficult’. The question paper included questions based on NCERT, especially for the Chemistry section.

• Vinay Kumar: Vinay found the Mathematics section of JEE Main June 26 exam quite ‘difficult’. He further explained that questions from Physics and Chemistry segments were moderate and easy in difficulty, respectively.
• Aditi: Aditi found the Mathematics section a bit lengthy. He told us that the question paper required extra calculations and that it took much of her time. As for the Chemistry section, she added that it had questions about inorganic chemistry.
• Sahil: Sahil was one of those students who appeared for shift 1 of JEE Main June 26 exam. His review suggested that questions from the Chemistry section were based on NCERT. Also, there were questions about biomolecules, polymers, and ‘Chemistry in Everyday Life’.

JEE Main June 26 Shift 1 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 26 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

NTA conducted JEE Main shift 2 on June 26, and an immense number of students gathered to take the test. This was day 4 of the JEE Main exam, conducted for B.E./B.Tech. Based on students’ reactions and reviews, the question paper difficulty was ‘moderately difficult’. Here are the students’ reactions to the question paper:

• Abhay Kumar: Abhay found the Mathematics section a bit tricker than it usually is. His review also suggested that the Physics section was quite easy; however, some numerical problems were time-consuming. He added that the Mathematics segment also included questions about coordinate geometry and vectors.
• Satnam Singh: Satnam rated the Mathematic section a bit time-consuming, but he solved the Chemistry segment easily. Most of the Chemistry section included questions based on NCERT textbooks. The Physics section was also easy, and most questions were asked from the Mechanics segment.

JEE Main June 26 Shift 2 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 25 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Feedback

The overall difficulty of the JEE Main question paper of June 25 (shift 1) was ‘moderate’. However, students found the ‘Mathematics’ section a bit difficult.

• Kavya: Kavya found the Mathematics section a bit difficult and lengthy.
• Neeta: Neeta’s review suggested that the question paper was easy. Even though the Mathematics segment was a bit lengthy, she could solve it without taking much time.
• Rahman: Rahman found the Mathematics section difficult. He further added that Physics was moderate, whereas Chemistry was easy for him.

JEE Main June 25 Shift 1 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 25 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reviews

The June 25 exam of JEE Main 2022 was conducted for B.E./B.Tech. It was day 4. Students’ reviews suggested that the exam difficulty was easy. Here is what students said:

• Anand Gupta: Anand found the question paper quite easy, especially the Pseghysics segment. He also found the Chemistry segment a little time-consuming and lengthy. Questions in Mathematics were asked from the calculus section and were tricky.
• Ojaswa Makhija: Ojaswa found the Physics section manageable; however, he had to spend more time on the Chemistry portion of the question paper. As usual, Mathematics turned out to be tricky for him, but he added that if students prepared well, it was easier for them to complete the questions within the allotted time.

JEE Main June 25 Shift 2 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 24 Shift 2 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

The exam difficulty level was reviewed as moderate. Most of the questions came from the NCERT textbooks as per the students’ feedback. Here are some of the students’ reaction-based live updates who have appeared for the June 24 Shift 2 exam paper:

• Naveen– Paper was moderate in difficulty level. The mathematics exam was way too difficult for him to solve and took a longer amount of time throughout the exam. Questions in the Mathematics section came from Co-ordinate Geometry, Probability, and Calculus chapters. The chemistry section was very much easy for him to solve since most questions came from the NCERT textbooks.
• Nitya– Nitya found the paper moderate. Concept-based questions were there in Mathematics and Physics, whereas Chemistry was easier to attempt. It took her a long time to complete the Mathematics and Physics sections.
• Sudhanshu– Sudhanshu explained that the paper was moderate as per the difficulty level. Sudhanshu also mentioned that he couldn’t complete the entire exam paper on time since solving the Mathematics questions took him a lot of time.

JEE Main June 24 Shift 2 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 24 Shift 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Student Reaction

The overall exam difficulty level was moderate to easy. Candidates who have practised the previous year’s question papers have got some similar questions in the engineering entrance test. Here are some of the live updates from the students who have appeared for the exam:

• Sumit Singh- The chemistry paper was moderately easy. Questions appeared more from the physical chemistry section, and in the organic chemistry part, questions in reference to IUPAC naming and structures were asked. The physics paper had questions from SHM and Mechanics sections. Maths paper was quite difficult; questions were asked from Coordinate Geometry and Matrices.
• Vivek Shukla- Paper was quite similar to that of the previous year. Questions in physics were mostly formula-based, and modern physics questions were also there in the exam paper. NCERT questions appeared in the Chemistry section. Conditional probability questions came under the Mathematics section.

JEE Main June 24 Shift 1 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 23 Shift 2 (B.Plan) Student Reaction

The question paper’s difficulty level was moderately difficult. The Maths section was too much difficult. Questions were asked from the complete conics, 3D, reasoning stats, and more. The aptitude section was easy, while the drawing section was way too moderate.

JEE Main June 23 Shift 1 Analysis

#### JEE Main June 23 Shift 1 (B.Arch) Student Reaction

The paper difficulty level was moderate. As per the statement given by Shivangshu, it was found that the question paper pattern was a lot the same as the previous year’s, but the data numbers asked in the questions were different. The B.Arch paper contained some easy questions which students had to draw.

JEE Main June 23 Shift 2 Analysis

### JEE Main Previous Years’ Student Reactions

The exam analysis of the 2021 JEE Main exam is as follows.

### JEE Main Session 4 Student Reaction 2021 – Shifts 1 and 2

JEE Main May/August (4th) session exam was conducted on August 26, 27, 31, and September 1, 2, 2021, in CBT mode in 2 shifts. Candidates can check the students’ reactions for JEE Main Session 4 Shifts 1 and 2 in the below-mentioned section.

#### JEE Main September 2 Shift 2 Student Reaction

The difficulty level of the exam was moderate to tough. Some candidates reported that the Physics section was quite more difficult than the others.

#### Student Reactions of JEE Main 2021 Paper 2 (B.Arch) on September 2 Shift 1

As per students’ reactions, the overall difficulty level of Shift 1 September 2, Paper 2 (B.Arch) exam was moderate. The overall paper was moderate in terms of difficulty level.

• Mathematics: The difficulty level of the paper was moderate to tough. The high-weightage topics include Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Sets, Relations and Functions, Three Dimensional Geometry, Coordinates, and Straight Lines.
• General Aptitude: The paper was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level. The types of questions include Mirror Image, Orthographic Projection, Hidden Figures, and Odd One Out.
• Drawing: The paper was moderate in difficulty level. The questions on drawing include a portrait of Sardar standing at the Golden Temple, a view of a traditional market, and corporation-decode the image and drawing an aesthetic composition.

#### JEE Main September 1 Shift 2 Student Responses

As per the students’ reactions, the JEE Main September 1 Shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Many of the questions were asked from NCERT books. The difficulty level of the 1 September Shift 2 paper was more or less the same as the previous JEE Main sessions. Please find more details below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate, and the paper felt too lengthy. The questions were calculative and very time-consuming. There was no question from Mathematical Reasoning. The high-weightage chapters were Calculus, Algebra, and Coordinate Geometry. The questions were asked from Calculus, Mathematical Reasoning, Algebra, Statistics, Vector- 3D, Binomial, Permutation and Combination, Coordinate Geometry, etc.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry weightage was more than Physical chemistry. Physical chemistry questions were mostly integer-based. Some questions were directly from the NCERT textbook. Questions were asked on topics such as Environmental Chemistry, Polymers, Biomolecules, Solutions, p-block Elements, Name Reactions, Oxidation State, Chemistry in Everyday Life, etc.
• Physics: The difficulty level was from easy to moderate. Numerical questions were direct formula-based. However, calculations in some questions were lengthy. Questions were asked from chapters like Gravitation, Mechanics, EM Waves, Current Electricity, Kinematics, Modern Physics, Electromagnetism, etc.

#### JEE Main September 1 Shift 1 Student Responses

NTA did not conduct the September 1 Shift 1 exam.

### JEE Main August Student Responses 2021

Candidates can check the information below to know how the candidates reacted to the paper of each shift conducted in August 2021.

#### JEE Main August 31 Student Reaction – Shift 2

The student reaction for JEE Main August 31 Shift 2 has been released. The overall difficulty level of the paper was similar to the Shift 1 paper. Check the subject-wise Shift 2 student reaction below.

• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate. Questions were asked on topics like Gravitation, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Semiconductors, Modern Physics, Communication in Physics, etc.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Questions were mostly NCERT-based. Organic Chemistry had a higher weight than Inorganic Chemistry. Physical Chemistry dominated the integer-based question section. Questions were asked on topics like Ionic Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Polymers, p-block, Biomolecules, Coordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday Life, etc.
• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate but lengthy. Question paper covered topics like Mathematical Reasoning, Integral Calculus, Probability, Statistics, 3D-Vector, Algebra, etc.

#### JEE Main August 31 Student Reaction – Shift 1

The student reaction for JEE Main August 31 Shift 1 has been released. The overall paper was moderately difficult.

• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate. Questions were asked on topics like Gravitation, Current Electricity, Semiconductors, Modern Physics, etc. The paper was balanced and covered all major topics of Physics.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Questions were mostly NCERT-based. Organic Chemistry had high weight than Inorganic Chemistry. Physical Chemistry questions were more in the numerical value-based section. Questions were asked on topics like p-block, Biomolecules, Coordination Compounds, Polymers, Chemistry in Everyday Life, etc.
• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate and lengthy. Topics like Integral Calculus, Probability, Statistics, 3D-Vector, Algebra, etc., were asked in the paper.

#### JEE Main August 27 Student Responses – Shift 2

JEE Main August 27 Shift 2 student reaction has been released. The Shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Please find more details below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate to difficult and a bit lengthy. Questions were asked from 3D, Hyperbola, Coordinates, Parabola, etc.
• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate, and the numerical were simple formula-based. Questions were asked about modern Physics, Energy, Electrostatic, Wavelength, Semiconductor, etc..
• Chemistry: The difficulty level of the exam was easy. Questions were mostly from NCERT books. Organic Chemistry had more weightage in the exam.

#### JEE Main August 27 Student Responses – Shift 1

JEE Main student reaction for the August 27 Shift 1 has been released. The difficulty level of the paper was moderate. The Class 12 syllabus topics had more weightage in the question paper. Please find more details below:

• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate and had formula-based questions. Questions were asked on topics like Gravitation, Optics, Current Electricity, Semiconductors, Heat and Thermodynamics, EM Waves, Photoelectric, Magnetism, Modern Physics, etc. The weightage was more or less the same for the Classes 11 and 12 syllabi.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Questions were mostly NCERT-based and theoretical.  Physical Chemistry dominated the numerical value-based section. Questions were asked on topics like Electrochemistry, Biomolecules, Coordination Compounds, Polymers, and Chemistry in everyday life.
• Maths: The difficulty level of the paper was moderate and a bit lengthy.

#### JEE Main August 26 Shift 2 Student Reaction

The student reaction for JEE Main August 26 Shift 2 was released. The overall paper for Shift 2 was moderately difficult. Please find more details below:

• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate. Numericals were formula-based. The questions were asked on the topics like Semiconductors, Modern Physics, EM Waves and others.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Questions were mostly NCERT-based and theoretical. Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry had high weightage.
• Maths: The difficulty level of the paper was moderate and lengthy.

#### JEE Main August 26 Shift 1 Student Reaction

The student reaction for JEE Main August 26 Shift 1 was released. The overall paper was moderately difficult. Please find more details below:

• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate and formula-based questions. Questions were asked on topics like Gravitation, Optics, Current Electricity, Semiconductors, Heat and Thermodynamics, EM Waves, Photoelectric, Magnetism, Modern Physics, etc. The weightage was more or less the same for Classes 11 and 12 syllabi.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Questions were mostly NCERT-based and theoretical. Physical Chemistry dominated the numerical value-based section. Questions were asked on topics like Electrochemistry, Biomolecules, Coordination Compounds, Polymers, and Chemistry in Everyday Life.
• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate and lengthy. Questions were asked on topics like Gravitation, Optics, Current Electricity, Semiconductors, Heat and Thermodynamics, EM Waves, Photoelectric, Magnetism, Modern Physics, etc. The weightage was more or less the same for Classes 11 and 12 syllabi.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Questions were mostly NCERT-based and theoretical. Physical Chemistry dominated the numerical value-based section. Questions were asked on topics like Electrochemistry, Biomolecules, Coordination Compounds, Polymers, and Chemistry in Everyday Life.

#### JEE Main July (Session 3) Student Responses 2021

JEE Main April (third) session exam was successfully conducted on July 20, 22, 25, and 27, 2021, in CBT mode in 2 shifts. Candidates can check the student reaction for JEE Main April (third) session Shifts 1 and 2 below.

#### JEE Main July 27 Shift 2 Student Responses

As per the students’ feedback, the JEE Main 27 July Shift 2 paper was moderate to tough. The difficulty level of the Shift 2 paper on July 27 paper was almost similar to the previous session of exams. Please find more details below:

• Maths: Moderate to tough, lengthy, and calculative in nature.
• Chemistry: Easy, NCERT-based questions.
• Physics: Moderate.

#### JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 Student Reaction

JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 paper was overall moderate in difficulty level. This time, the paper was completely NCERT based. Please find more details below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate. The paper was lengthy and calculative. The section was the same in difficulty level as the previous sessions.
• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate. The paper was balanced. Theoretical Questions were asked from Semiconductors, Kinematics, and Communications. Numerical questions were formula based.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. This section was completely NCERT-based. Organic Chemistry weightage was less compared to previous sessions.

#### JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 Student Responses

JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 student reaction is available now. As per the students’ feedback, the Shift 2 paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT. More details are given below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was easy. There were 3-4 questions from Vector 3D. The section was easier than in previous sessions.
• Physics: The difficulty level was easy to moderate. The paper was balanced, and 5 questions were asked from Kinematics.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Most questions were NCERT-based. Physical Chemistry questions were asked as Integer-based.

#### JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 Student Responses

JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 student reaction is available now. As per the students’ feedback, the Shift 1 paper was moderate. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT. More details are given below:

• Maths: The paper was moderate to difficult. The paper was calculative and lengthy.
• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate. The paper was balanced, and questions were asked from both the Class 11 and 12 syllabi. Integer-based questions were tricky and time-consuming.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. 70-80% of questions were NCERT-based. Equal weightage was given to Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry. Questions from Polymers and Biomolecules were asked in the paper.

#### JEE Main July 22 Shift 2 Student Responses

As per the student feedback, the JEE Main 22 July Shift 2 paper was moderate. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT. The difficulty level of the paper was almost similar to the previous session of exams. The subject-wise details are given below:

• Maths: The paper was a bit tricky, lengthy, and calculative in nature.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy.
• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate.

#### JEE Main July 20 Shift 2 Student Responses

As per the students’ reactions, the JEE Main July 20 Shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Many questions were asked from NCERT books, and some questions were from JEE Main’s previous year’s question papers. The difficulty level of 20 July Shift 2 papers was more or less the same as the JEE February and March sessions. The subject-wise details are given below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate to tough and lengthy. Questions were calculative and time-consuming. No question was asked from Mathematical Reasoning. The high-weightage chapters were Calculus, Probability, Matrices and Determinants, Binomial, and Coordinate Geometry.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Organic Chemistry weightage was more than Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. Physical Chemistry questions were mostly integer-based. Some questions were directly from the NCERT textbook.
• Physics: The difficulty level was easy to moderate. Most questions were theoretical, and the numerical questions were direct formula based. However, calculations in some questions were lengthy. As per the students’ feedback, questions were asked from chapters like Gravitation, EM Waves, Current Electricity, Kinematics, Modern Physics, and Semiconductors.

#### JEE Main July 20 Shift 1 Student Reaction

As per the students’ reactions, the JEE Main July 20 Shift 1 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Questions were asked from NCERT books, and some questions were from JEE Main’s previous year’s question papers. The difficulty level of the 20 July 20 Shift 1 paper was almost similar to previous JEE Main sessions. Please find the subject-wise details below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was tough and lengthy. The weightage of the Class 12th syllabus questions was slightly more. No question was asked about Statistics, Height, and Distance.  The high-weightage chapters were Matrices and Determinants, Progressions, Binomial, Co-ordinate Geometry, and Calculus. The Maths section was overall a bit calculative and time-consuming.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry weightage was more or less the same in the overall section. Integer-type questions were from Physical Chemistry and directly picked from the NCERT textbook.
• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate. Questions were asked on all the major topics. Numerical question calculations were lengthy but formula based. Theoretical questions were mostly asked from the Class 12th NCERT textbook.

### JEE Main March Student Reaction 2021

JEE Main March session exam was conducted on March 16, 17, and 18, 2021, in CBT mode in 2 shifts. Candidates can check the student reaction for JEE Main March session 2021 Paper 1 shift-wise here.

#### JEE Main March 18 Shift 2 Student Reaction

As per the student reaction, The JEE Main March 18 Shift 2 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Questions were asked from NCERT books. The difficulty level of the 18 March Shift 2 paper was almost similar to the February exam. Please find the subject-wise details below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate and lengthy.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy.
• Physics: The difficulty level was moderate.

#### JEE Main March 18 Shift 1 Student Reaction

As per the student reaction, The JEE Main March 18 Shift 1 paper was moderately difficult. Most of the topics were from NCERT. More questions were theory-based. The numerical questions in the Physics and Chemistry sections were doable. The expected number of good attempts can be 72 to 75. Please get more details regarding each subject below:

• Maths: The difficulty level was moderate and lengthy.
• Chemistry: The difficulty level was easy to moderate and theoretical.
• Physics: The paper was moderate, time taking, and theoretical.

#### JEE Main March 17 Shift 2 Student Reaction

As per the students’ reactions, the difficulty level of JEE Main March 17 Shift 2 paper was moderate. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT textbooks, and a lot of numerical questions were asked. JEE Main March 17 shift 2 paper was tougher than the February exam. Please find more details below:

• Physics: The paper was moderate.
• Maths: The paper was moderate to difficult but time-consuming.
• Chemistry: The paper was moderate.

#### JEE Main March 17 Shift 1 Student Reaction

As per the student reaction, JEE Main March 17 Shift 1 paper was moderate in difficulty level. Most of the questions were asked from NCERT and the Class 12th syllabus. JEE Main March 17 Shift 1 paper was tougher than the February exam. Please find the subject-wise details below:

• Physics: The paper was moderate to difficult.
• Maths: The paper was moderate but lengthy.
• Chemistry: The paper was easy.

#### JEE Main March 16 Shift 1 and 2 Student Reaction

JEE Main March 16 Shifts 1 and 2 were moderate in difficulty level. Most of the topics were from NCERT textbooks. Class 11th and 12th topics were equally distributed and well balanced. Mathematics was lengthy in both shifts. The Mathematics section was tougher in Shift 2 than in Shift 1. The difficulty level of the Physics and Chemistry sections were the same in both shifts.

As per the feedback received from students, the following points can be summarised:

• The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate.
• The Chemistry paper was the easiest when compared to Physics and Mathematics. Inorganic Chemistry had more weight, followed by Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry.
• Some students said the Physics section had more conceptual questions and fewer problems. The difficulty level of the Physics paper was moderate.
• The Mathematics paper was of moderate difficulty level.

#### JEE Main 2021 Student Reactions Paper 1 – February 25 Shift 1

JEE Main February 25 Shift 1 Paper 1 exam was conducted last year. Check the first reactions of students who appeared for the JEE Main Feb 25 Shift 1 exam below.

As per our discussion with students, the following points can be summarised:

• The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate.
• Students find Chemistry to be easy.
• The Physics paper had many questions that were formula based. The difficulty level of the Physics paper was found to be from easy to moderate.
• The Mathematics paper was of moderate difficulty level, and many questions turned out to be formula based.
• Some students also said that the paper was easy to solve if candidates were thorough with the fundamentals.

#### JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 Student Reaction – February 24 Shift 2

JEE Main February 24 Shift 2 Paper 1 exam was conducted, and our team has interacted with students to know their responses to the exam.

As per the students’ feedback, the following points can be summarised:

• The overall difficulty level of JEE Main February 24, Shift 2 exams were of easy to moderate level.
• Students found the Maths section to be lengthy in nature. The time that was taken to solve the Maths papers was comparatively higher.
• The Physics paper was of easy to moderate level. The Chemistry paper was easy.

#### JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 Student Reaction – February 24, Shift 1

JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 February 24, Shift 1 exam was conducted last year. Candidates can check the previous year’s JEE Main student reactions on the JEE Main Paper 1 exam below:

As per the feedback from students, the following points can be summarised:

• The overall paper was of easy to moderate level.
• Maths was lengthy, and few questions were comparatively difficult. Otherwise, the Maths paper is easily solvable.
• The Chemistry paper was easy. However, some candidates find Chemistry papers to be tricky.
• Students found the Physics papers to be easy. Some questions were tricky.

#### JEE Main Student Reaction Paper 2 Conducted on February 23, 2021

The February 2021 session of JEE Main Paper 2 exam was conducted on February 23, 2021. Check the first reactions from students who appeared for JEE Main Architecture (B. Arch) and Planning (B. Planning) paper.

As per the feedback from our team’s students, the Mathematics paper was tricky, especially the calculus part. Besides that, the Aptitude section and Drawing paper were easy.

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### FAQs on JEE Main Student Reaction 2024

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Q. How to get JEE Main 2024 solutions?

Ans. The subject-matter experts on Embibe will provide memory-based questions and solutions for JEE Main 2024. The direct link will be attached to this article. Besides that, on Embibe, you will get the detailed JEE Main shift-wise question paper analysis too once the exam is over for the particular shift.

Q. What is my application status for JEE Main 2024 exam?

Ans. To check the JEE Main 2024 status, candidates have to log in to the NTA official website with their application number and password. If the application form is complete, the acknowledgement will be displayed to the candidate on the screen.

Q. How was the JEE Main 2024 B.Arch paper?

Ans. As per the students’ reaction, the JEE Main June 23 Shift 1 exam’s overall difficulty was moderate.

Q. Will JEE Main happen twice this year?

Ans. The NTA officials will conduct the JEE Main 2024 twice this year — first in January and second in April.

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