JEE Main Analysis 2020
JEE Main Analysis 2020 - Candidates can check the JEE Main 2020 analysis on this page after the conclusion of exam. The analysis of JEE Main 2020 will be available for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 as and when the exam gets concluded. JEE Main analysis 2020 carries details like how the exam was conducted, difficulty level of each paper, students review, types of questions asked etc. Moreover, the analysis of JEE Main 2020 also consists of subject wise expert analysis of the entrance exam. As JEE Main is conducted in multiple sessions, the candidates will be able to check date-wise JEE Main analysis 2020. Going through JEE Main 2020 analysis will enable candidates to get an idea about their performance in the examination. Candidates can meanwhile refer to the previous year JEE Main analysis to prepare themselves in the better way for the upcoming exam. From this session, JEE Main 2020 is being conducted in computer-based test mode twice a year - January and April. Read complete article to check the JEE Main Analysis 2020.
Latest: JEE Main 2020 exam dates revised; to be held between September 1 to 6.
Important: JEE Main 2020 application form correction facility is now available till July 15. Candidates can also change exam centres of JEE Main 2020 during the facility.
JEE Main 2020 for January session was conducted from January 6 to 9, 2020. JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 was held on January 6 for B.Arch/B.Plan courses, while Paper-1 was conducted from January 7 to 9, 2020 for admission to B.E./B.Tech.
JEE Main Analysis 2020
Candidates who appeared for JEE Main 2020 can check the paper and session wise analysis of the entrance exam here. Careers360 has updated this JEE Main 2020 analysis on the basis of student reviews.
JEE Main 2020 Analysis for January Exam
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 9 (Afternoon Shift)
- Moderate difficulty.
- According to students, Physics was the most difficult subject and Mathematics & Chemistry were moderate in difficulty level.
- In Chemistry, questions were asked from Markovnikov reaction, Anti-Markovnikov reaction, Ideal gas equations, Thermal Expansion, etc.
- Physics section had questions from Wheatstone bridge and resistance.
- Questions in Mathematics had more weightage from Trigonometry, Algebra and Continuity & differentiability was dominant.
- Equal weightage of questions from Class 11th and 12th syllabus
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 9 (Forenoon Shift)
- The exam was of moderate difficulty.
- Physics was found to be the toughest subject by many students.
- Chemistry was the easiest section and most of the questions were NCERT based.
- Mathematics had questions from balanced topics.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 8 (Afternoon Shift)
- The paper was of moderate difficulty.
- The paper was based on NCERT.
- Physics and Chemistry was easy while Mathematics was tough. Mathematics was lengthy.
- There were more formula based questions in Physics.
- Mathematics section included questions from co-ordinate geometry.
- In chemistry, three questions were from co-ordination compounds.
- Very less questions were asked from Modern Physics and Optics.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 8 (Forenoon Shift)
- Moderate difficulty level.
- Most students found Mathematics as the toughest section.
- The questions based on calculus were quite easy, while the questions on algebra were tough.
- Many students also found Physics to be a tough section. There were questions from Ray Optics and Waves in Physics.
- The questions from 12th class syllabus were difficult in Physics as compared to questions from class 11th syllabus.
- The question paper was from simple topics but had tricky and time-consuming questions.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 7 (Afternoon Shift)
- The paper was of moderate level.
- There were more questions from 12th syllabus and NCERT based questions.
- Five numerical questions were present from each subject.
- Some students felt there was some time constraints.
- Mathematics was a difficult section while Chemistry was the easiest.
- Physics was also a tough section.
- There were mostly inorganic questions in the Chemistry section. Questions regarding reactions were also there.
- Around one or two questions were from Thermodynamics.
- Numerical questions took time to solve.
- Mathematics had more integration and differentiation questions.
- In Physics section, there were questions on electric fields. Both 11th and 12th standard syllabus questions were present in Physics.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 7 (Forenoon Shift)
- According to the students who appeared for the examination, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
- Many students found Mathematics and Physics difficult while Chemistry was comparatively easier.
- There were total five numerical value questions.
- Integer questions were also present in the question paper.
- Chemistry section had 6 to 7 questions from Organic Chemistry and 5 to 6 from Inorganic.
- In Physics, there were more questions from Circles, Thermodynamics.
- Mathematics also had questions from co-ordinate geometry.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Analysis: January 6 (Afternoon Shift)
- As per the students who attempted the afternoon shift, the exam was of moderate difficulty.
- The aptitude questions mainly consisted of designs which the candidates had to see and say how it looks like from different views.
- Drawing sections had questions like drawing of portrait and aesthetic values of equilateral triangles.
- Mathematics was tough.
- There were four numerical questions.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Analysis: January 6 (Forenoon Shift)
- According to the students who attempted the examination, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
- There were more questions from 11th standard syllabus and Mathematics was of average difficulty.
- In the General Aptitude section, there were questions such as explaining 3D image, viewing the structure of a building from the top and having to match it with the options.
- Mathematics was a bit tricky but not tough. Coordinate Geometry and Sets & Probability questions were there in the paper.
- General aptitude had questions on mental ability and there were only a few questions from theories.
- Numerical value questions were not very tough
- In the drawing section, the students had to draw a gymnast and then use cylinders to make a composition.
- Drawing section had landscape related questions.
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JEE Main Analysis 2020 by Super 30
Previous Years’ JEE Main Analysis
According to previous year’s JEE Main analysis, the examination was moderate in difficulty level.
The overall paper was of moderate difficulty.
Mathematics section was the most difficult out of all the sections. Physics was of moderate difficulty and chemistry was easiest but bit tricky.
Questions were simple and straightforward, however, tricky questions were also asked
Most of the questions were NCERT based.
In Chemistry section, Organic Chemistry included a few logical questions and was the difficult part.
Questions on Coordinate geometry in Mathematics were lengthy in nature
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JEE Main Analysis 2019 by Allen Kota
JEE Main Analysis 2019 by Motion IIT-JEE
JEE Main Analysis 2019 by Rao IIT Academy
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JEE Main Analysis 2019 (April) by Coaching Institutes
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - JEE Main Analysis 2020
Question: What was the difficulty level of JEE Main 2020 January session?
The January session of JEE Main 2020 was of a moderate difficulty level.
Question: Which was the subject wise difficulty level of JEE Main January 2020?
As per the students reaction, Mathematics and Physics was of moderate to difficult level while Chemistry was comparatively easier.
Question: What are the exam dates of JEE Main 2020 second session?
JEE Main 2020 second session will be conducted between September 1 to 6.
Question: Was Chemistry easy in JEE Main 2020 January session?
Yes, as per the students reaction, questions asked in Chemistry were easy as compared to that of Mathematics and Physics.
Questions related to JEE Main
can I get cs branch with 98 percentile in jeemains in nsit
Yes you would surely get computer science and engineering in NSIT ,as your percentile is nice,but in a later counselling round ,if you not get cse then go for information technology .They both are almost same and covers same scope in industry
can we get cbit hyd admission through jeemains nd if yes what is the cutoff rank for sc canditate
Yes, you can get into CBIT through jee main score.
There is a round called B category admission in which you can have the opportunity to grab the
You can also try for Spot round too. As the cut off decreases you will have more chances to get the seat if your rank is below 50k.
Only a few seats are offered through Jee Mains in Chaitanya Bharathi Institute Of Technology, Hyderabad. So the cutoffs will be quite high . you must have a rank within 15,000 to 20,000 if you want to get into CSE
For other branches the cutoffs can go up to 50,000 rank.
Hope it helps.
All the best
Is it possible to get under 50 in jee advanced for jee advanced 2021 if I start preperation from now New answwr needed
Hey aspirant !
Getting a rank under 50 in jee advanced is way too tough. You need to be so determined and hard working for that . One cannot crack Jee Advanced with studying two -three hours a day . Coming to under 50 rank you need to study 10-12 hours a day. Just study for a year nothing else then you will be able to crack it up . So start studying from today and you will definately reach your goal.
Will COMEDK, VITEEE, Srm exams will also get postponed similar to jee mains (September)?
SORRY, BUT IS DIFFICULT AS THESE INSTITUTIONS like VIT,SRM opt for many examination centre ,almost 3 examination centres on the outskirts of one major city,so due to covid these institutions will opt more centres this time and would conduct examination till mid August according to sources,but it may vary if those m outskirts of those major cities are in red zone, most of outskirts are in orange zone,so shifting of exams a bit difficult
rank to score in mains for jee advance
There will be certain cut off marks for the JEE main exam for each category and it will vary each and every year once the exams got over. So, if you clear the particular cut off for your category, then you will be eligible for the JEE Advance exam. And if you score well in Advance then surely you can get into top reputed IIT's. Since you haven't mentioned the category in which you belong, I will post a link. It is an expected cut off range for this year. Check it out :
Hope this info helps you!
All the Best for your exam!! :)