NTA conducted the last shifts of the second session of the country’s largest engineering entrance exam- JEE Main 2021 (March Attempt) for BE/ B.Tech on 18th March 2021 (Thursday).
The exam was conducted in two shifts in computer-based mode. Based on the students’ feedback and the feedback received on CSAT, Brajesh Maheshwari Sir, Director of ALLEN Career Institute, concluded that the paper in the morning shift was easy and the evening shift was average. But this time, NTA asked the questions related to Reason Assertion and questions of Match the Column relatively more.
Chemistry Paper Analysis – JEE Main 2021 March Attempt
All questions in Physical Chemistry were asked as numerical in the Integer section, except for Solid State’s one question. In which the weight of the ionic equilibrium was high. The order, liquid solution, was covered in Kinetics. In organic Chemistry, questions were asked from azo coupling, organic oxidation from KMNO4, structural isomerism. In Inorganic Chemistry, questions were asked about S-block from block chemistry and oxoacids of phosphorus from the nitrogen family. In chemical bonding coordination chemistry and metallurgy, questions related to the extraction of aluminium were asked. The Topic Environmental Key of JEE Main was also covered. In the evening shift, questions were asked from Reason Assertion. The evening shift paper was comparatively better than the morning. Many questions in Physical Chemistry were asked in Numerical Type. Objective-type questions were asked in organic chemistry and organic chemistry. There were questions in Physical Chemistry from chemical kinetics, solid-state, thermodynamics, thermochemistry, mole concept, etc. Organic Chemistry had questions about the aromatic compounds, oxidation of compounds, environmental chemistry, and in Inorganic Chemistry, questions from catenation compounds, organic chemistry, P-block, and chemical bonding were asked.
Physics Paper Analysis – JEE Main 2021 March Attempt
In both morning and evening shifts, most of the questions were numerically based. There were one to two questions from gravitation, four to five questions from mechanics. Apart from this, students’ basic knowledge was tested by asking questions about error nuclear physics, optics, etc. There was equal weightage of the 11th and 12th syllabus. In both shifts, the paper was based on simple concepts.
Maths Paper Analysis – JEE Main 2021 March Attempt
In the evening shift, the paper of Maths was similar to the previous paper, but in the morning shift, the paper was quite easy. Many students are likely to score 100 out of 100 in this paper. A question was asked along the lines of Mental Ability. Which was a bit difficult, but students did not have problems due to the option of salvaging 5 questions in 10. In both the papers, the JEE Mains topics were quite low, but the weightage of 3D, integration, and straight-line topics was high.