The National Testing Agency has commenced the JEE Main examination 2020 for JEE-Main BE and B.Tech course from Tuesday. The examination is conducted on computer-based mode and will continue until the 9th of January in two shifts.
Brijesh Maheshwari, the director of the Allen Career Institute, said that according to the feedback received by the students on Allen’s CSAT app, the JEE Mains paper conducted on Tuesday was of a moderate level. The pattern of JEE Main has changed for this year and now instead of 30 questions, 25 questions are asked per subject. In which 20 questions are based on the single correct answer and 5 questions are integer based. Even though the number of questions asked in the paper was lesser but due to numerical value-based questions, the paper was of a moderate level. Students did not have much problem in solving the paper because the questions asked in all the three papers were included in the Allen Modules. The paper was based on the NCERT syllabus. The paper of Mathematics and Physics was comparatively difficult while on the contrary Chemistry was somewhat easy. The paper is for a total of 300 marks. The evening shift paper was easier than the morning shift.
JEE Main Chemistry Paper Analysis for 7th Jan Exam
According to the feedback received from the students, almost 14 to 15 questions that were asked were a part of the class 12th syllabus. The paper gave more weightage to Organic chemistry. The number of questions from Physical Chemistry was comparatively lesser than Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. In both the shifts, there were no questions asked from the JEE Mains Topical Environmental Chemistry and F Block. On the other hand questions from Chemistry Everyday Life were asked. The Chemistry paper was overall easier than the other two subjects.
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JEE Main Physics Paper Analysis for 7th Jan Exam
In Physics, the number of questions asked from 12th and 11th grade was almost the same. On the basis of the feedback received from the students, the paper was lengthy. The calculations part was the maximum in the paper. The topics which were not a part of advance were also covered in the paper. One of the semiconductor topics asked in the paper was incomplete or out of the syllabus. The paper created a state of confusion. Questions related to the Carnot engine were asked in both shifts.
JEE Main Mathematics Paper Analysis for 7th Jan Exam
Just like the physics paper, the Mathematics paper was also tough because it involved more of calculation. Around 12 questions that were asked were from class 11 syllabus and 13 questions were asked from class 12 syllabus. Around 8 questions were asked from Calculus and Algebra section. While about 3 questions were asked from Coordinate Geometry, 2 from Vector 3D and 1 from Trigonometry.