Good attempts as per the experts:
|Subject||No. of questions||Good attempts|
|Maths||25||14 – 16|
|Physics||25||15 – 17|
|Overall||75||42 – 47|
The overall Physics paper was easy and out of 25 questions 20 questions were based on theory and concepts and five questions were numerically based. The difficulty level of the Physics paper was quite similar to JEE Main held in January.
The paper was however lengthy and calculation based. Integer types of questions were calculation based.
Physics, however, as per analysis, was moderately difficult. Students found this section time-consuming. “Scoring well in this section will be the key to a good percentile. The number of good attempts for this section is 14-16.
Chemistry paper was moderate with mostly memory based questions. Theoretical questions were more than practical ones. The numerical value-based questions were a little confusing due to the mixing of concepts and data-based.
Chemistry, as per the expert analysis, was easy, and round five to seven questions were theory-based. Physical Chemistry was lengthy and calculative in nature. “This section was less time consuming as compared to others. The number of good attempts for this section is 15-17,” said the Expert statement.
Overall Mathematics paper of the JEE Main held on the first shift of September 2 was easy and out of 25 question, 20 questions were multiple-choice questions and five were numerical based. As compared to JEE January attempt, one could complete on time as the paper was balanced and comfortable. Numerical value-based type questions were easy.
Mathematics was moderate and the number of good attempts for this section is 13-15.
According to another expert analysis, the weightage of questions was more from Class 11 than Class 12 for all the three sections — Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The first BTech paper had “easy to moderate” difficulty level according to students, with no reported errors.
Initial Reaction of Students:
- SOPs were all maintained. Students said they felt safe inside the centers.
- Talking about the numerical value type questions, then these questions were most difficult in physics, moderate in Chemistry, and simple in Maths.
- The weightage of class 11 and 12 syllabus was equal.
- Most of the questions were Numerical based in Physics.
The overall paper of BTech was of moderate level as compared to the one held in January. The JEE Main BTech paper comprised three subjects — Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each subject had 25 questions each for 4 marks each and a negative mark of one for wrong answers marked.However, the numerical value-based question had no negative marks attached.
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