JEE Main Paper 1 analysis
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On the second day of JEE Main Exam 1 for B.E and B.Tech courses, candidates found that the difficulty of the questions was easy to moderate. The JEE main exam began on September 1st with B.Arch and B.Planning papers (paper-2). The exam ends on September 6th. The first shift test ended at 12 noon. The exam was conducted following all precautions, including social distancing, use of masks and disinfectants. The temperature of the students was checked before entering the examination room.

Questionnaire template:

There were a total of 75 questions and the total score of JEE Main Paper-1 was 300.

The paper had three parts and each part had two sections:

• Part I – Physics with a total of 25 questions – Sec-I had 20 multiple-choice questions with single correct answers and Sec-II had 5 numerical questions. The scoring scheme for multiple choice questions was +4 for correct answer, -1 for incorrect answer, 0 if no attempt was made. The scoring scheme for numerically based questions was +4 for the correct answer and 0 for all other cases.

• Part II – Chemistry with a total of 25 questions – Sec-I had 20 multiple-choice questions with single correct answers and Sec-II had 5 numerical questions. The scoring scheme for multiple choice questions was +4 for correct answer, -1 for incorrect answer, 0 if no attempt was made. The scoring scheme for numerically based questions was +4 for the correct answer and 0 for all other cases.

• Part III – Mathematics with a total of 25 questions – Sec-I had 20 multiple-choice questions with single correct answers and Sec-II had 5 numerical questions. The scoring scheme for multiple choice questions was +4 for correct answer, -1 for incorrect answer, 0 if no attempt was made. The scoring scheme for numerically based questions was +4 for the correct answer and 0 for all other cases.

The questions covered almost all chapters of the CBSE board of grades XI and XII in all three subjects.

The level of difficult after student re-registration on September 3, 2020:

• Math – easy to moderate. Questions were asked from almost every chapters of coordinate geometry, calculus, and algebra. Some numerical questions required tedious calculations.

• Physics – intermediate level. Number-based questions were more difficult compared to MCQs. A question from AC Circuits required lengthy calculations.

• Chemistry – intermediate level. Questions were asked consistently from physical, inorganic and organic chemistry. The students stated numerical questions as tedious, especially in a question from the chapter Electrochemistry. Some fact-based questions were asked directly by NCERT.

In terms of order of difficulty, physics was the most difficult of the three subjects. According to the students’ statements, this paper was of intermediate level.

Today’s JEE Main (Paper-1) Forenoon Session Paper was difficult compared to the Jan Session according to the students.

Students were given simple hard work papers.

There was strict supervision according to the students.

No errors were reported in the questionnaires.

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