The 5th Day Exam has the Lengthiest Paper Among JEE Main 2023 April Attempt So Far
Wednesday was the fifth day of the April session of JEE-Main, the country’s biggest engineering entrance exam being conducted by the National Testing Agency. On the basis of students’ feedback and responses received on CSAT, it can be said that even on the fifth day, Maths paper kept the students confused. It is being told that the Mathematics paper on Wednesday was the most difficult paper in the April session so far. However, there was no change in the paper pattern as well.
Physics shift paper was easy. Two-three questions remained statement based. Almost all the topics were covered from class 11th and 12th syllabus. Questions were asked from class 11th topics including Unit Dimension, Kinematics, WPE, Com-Collision, Rotation, Heat Transfer, KTG, Gravitation, Sound Wave and SHM. Similarly, in class 12th topics, questions were asked from Geometrical Optics, Electrostatics, Current Electricity, MEC, EMI, AC and EM Wave. A question also came from Magnetic Properties. Two-three questions came from Modern Physics. Transistor based question was asked in Semi conductor. There was also a question from the Principal of Communication.
The paper was of moderate level. In which almost equal number of questions were asked from organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. In Inorganic Chemistry, questions came from Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Chemistry, S-Block, P-Block, F-Block and Environmental Chemistry. In Organic Chemistry, questions came from Acid Base, POC, Carbonyl Compound, Amines, Biomolecule and Polymer. In Physical Chemistry, questions were asked from Atomic Structure, Liquid Solution, Chemical Kinetics, Thermodynamics, Ionic and Surface Chemistry.
Compared to the previous shifts, the Maths paper that came on Wednesday was the most difficult and lengthy. In terms of difficulty level, this paper can be given 4 out of 5 marks. There were 10 questions in Algebra in which questions came from Quadratic Equations, Sequence and Progression, P&C, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Metrics and Determinant topics. Seven-eight questions came from Calculus in which Function, Continuity, Maxima-Minima, Integration, Differential Equation, and Area Under Curve topics were covered.
Three questions came from Coordinate Geometry. In which questions were asked from Circle and Ellipse topics. Four-five questions were asked from Vector & 3D. One question each came from Trigonometry, Statistics, Relation and Reasoning. There also a question came from the complex number.
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