🔥 JEE home paper analysis | This time the paper was easier than the January session, some find it easy while others find it easy, knowing what the students are about the exam between Corona | said The paper was simpler than the January meeting, questions had to be left out due to lack of time management. Find out what students said about the exam between Corona
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The candidates who took the exam were first thermally examined at the entrance to the exam center
- The B.Arch and B.Planning exam, conducted on the first day of JEE Main, began across the country on Tuesday
- Mathematics and proficiency tests in computerized mode for B.Arch
B.Arch and B.K. of JEE Main Paper 2 started on Tuesday between Corona. About one and a half lakh candidates showed up on the planning exam. According to the students who took the exam, the work was easier than the January exam. At the same time, according to some drop-year students, this year’s work was a bit difficult compared to last year.
Mathematics and proficiency tests for B.Arch were conducted in computer-aided mode. While b. Math, aptitude test, and planning for the plan, all three sections were done online.
The students seemed satisfied with the preparations
According to NTA officials, all seats were completely refurbished before the start of each shift and after the end of the last shift. Workstations and keyboards have also been cleaned up. Hand sanitizer should always be available at the entrance to the examination center and in the examination hall. The children were removed one by one. The students who showed up for the exam were satisfied with the preparations in the exam centers. All said there was adequate seating and better precautions were being taken for disinfection.
Logical questions asked in the exam
Pakhi Bhardwaj, who appeared in Bhopal for the JEE main exam, said the paper was simple. In addition to the formula, the exam also asked some logical questions. He also mentioned that the newspaper was a little more difficult this year than last year. Regarding the exam arrangements between Corona, Pakhi said that all SOPs in the exam hall and the exam center were respected. However, no guidelines were seen outside of the exam center.
Missed questions due to lack of time management
At the same time, Aksa Khan, who appeared in Kanpur’s exam, said she found the paper longer because of more questions in math. Due to a lack of time management, some questions had to be given up. While conducting the Corona exam, Aksa stated that all guidelines issued by the NTA at the exam center were fully followed. However, no guidelines were followed outside of the exam center.