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JEE Main Analysis 2024 (OUT) - Subject-wise Paper Review, Difficulty Level

JEE Main Analysis 2024 (OUT) - Subject-wise Paper Review, Difficulty Level

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JEE Main Analysis 2024 - Candidates can check the JEE Main 2024 April 9 shift 1 exam analysis on this page. The analysis of JEE Main 2024 has been released by experts based on the student's reactions. Candidates appearing for the JEE Main 2024 April session can check the JEE exam analysis to know the difficulty level of the exam, important topics, the distribution of marks, and more. Moreover, the coaching institutes have released the unofficial JEE Main question paper and answer key after the exam. The National Testing Agency is conducting the JEE Main exam on April 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 12. JEE Main 2024 exam will be held in two shifts online mode.
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JEE Main Analysis 2024 (OUT) - Subject-wise Paper Review, Difficulty Level
JEE Main Analysis 2024 (OUT) - Subject-wise Paper Review, Difficulty Level

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JEE Main 2024 April 9 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 1)

JEE Main 2024 April 9 Shift 1 Analysis: Maths, Physics moderate, Chemistry easy

Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Algebra. Questions asked from Matrices -2 ques, 3 D Geometry & Vectors-4 ques, Permutation & Combination, Probability-2 ques, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Composite Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle, Ellipse amongst Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Algebra. A few questions were reported as Lengthy & Tricky.

Physics – Easy to Moderate . Questions were asked from Kinematics, SHM, Work, Power & Energy, Gravitation, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Magnetism, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, , Atoms & Nuclei. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Numerical based questions were Lengthy and Easy

Chemistry – Easy. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry were given more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Chemical Bonding, d & f Block elements, Stoichiometry, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Carboxylic Acids, with mixed concept questions. Some fact-based questions from NCERT were asked.

In terms of order of Difficulty –Mathematics was Moderate while Chemistry were Easy . Overall, this paper was of Moderate Level as per students.

JEE Main 2024 April 8 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

NTA has followed the same difficulty level for April 8, 2024 (Evening Shift) paper as it was for April 8, 2024 (Morning Shift). In this paper, Physics was the easiest followed by Chemistry. Mathematics questions were the lengthiest which makes it the most difficult part among the three. A detailed subject wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry: Questions in chemistry were mostly straightforward and but few confusing questions were asked from Organic chemistry. Most of the questions were theoretical in nature. Questions from prominent chapters like Electrochemistry, Biomolecules, Equilibrium and Organic chemistry-Some basic principles and techniques were asked. Almost all the chapters were equally covered in the paper. Physical chemistry had a good portion in this paper. NCERT was the key to solving chemistry questions in the paper.

Physics: A good number of students shared that Physics part was the easiest in the paper. Questions from Mechanics were mainly dominant in the paper. Apart from mechanics, Waves, Magnetism, Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests and Archive Tests would prove to be an effective strategy. In comparison to morning shift paper, Physics questions were relatively easy and most of the questions were asked from XI class syllabus.

Mathematics: Mathematics paper was lengthy and difficult based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus were less in this shift. Vectors & 3D was dominant in the paper. Questions were also asked from Matrices and Determinants, Quadratic equations, Coordinate geometry, Binomial theorem in the paper. The quality of the questions is almost similar to the morning shift paper. In comparison to 11th and 12th class portion, most of the questions were asked from 12th syllabus only.

Overall, average students found Mathematics way too lengthy. Overall difficulty level of the paper can be said to moderate. The difficulty level wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main 2024 April 8 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Easy to Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Matrices -2 ques, 3 D Geometry, Vectors-2 ques, Permutation & Combination, Probability-2 ques, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function-3 ques, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle , Hyperbola amongst Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Algebra. A few questions were reported as Lengthy & Easy.

Physics – Easy . Questions were asked from Kinematics, Centre of Mass, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Optics, Capacitance, Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical based questions were Lengthy and Easy. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked.

Chemistry – Easy. Organic Chemistry were given more weightage compared to Physical &Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Periodic Table, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Chemical Bonding, d & f Block elements, Stoichiometry, Chemical Kinetics, Thermodynamics, General Organic Chemistry- 4 questions, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Carboxylic Acids, with mixed concept questions. Some fact-based questions from NCERT were asked.

In terms of order of Difficulty –Mathematics was Easy to Moderate while Physics & Chemistry were Easy . Overall, this paper was Easier than earlier sessions as per students.

JEE Main 2024 April 6 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices &Determinants, 3-D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as Lengthy &Tricky.

Physics – Easy. Questions were asked about Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical based questions were Lengthy but Easy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked.

Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Organic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Inorganic & Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, d & f Block elements, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Chemical Kinetics, Thermodynamics, Stoichiometry, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides with mixed concept questions. Some fact-based questions from NCERT were asked.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderate while Physics was Easy. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

JEE Main 2024 April 5 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 2)

Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions from Circle, Parabola & Hyperbola with mixed concept questions in Coordinate Geometry. In Calculus, questions asked from Limits, Application of Derivatives, Indefinite Integral, Differential Equations, Area. In Algebra, questions asked from Complex Number, Progressions, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants- 2 ques Probability, Vector-2 ques & 3D Geometry- 2 ques. Few MCQs & numerical based questions had lengthy calculations and were Tricky.

Physics – Easy. Questions asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Gravitation, SHM & waves, Heat & Thermodynamics, Rotational Motion, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Induction, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical based questions were Easy. Physics was balanced and Easy.

Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more weightage as compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Physical Chemistry had questions from Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry & Chemical Equilibrium. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from Coordination Compounds, d & f -block elements & Chemical Bonding. Some NCERT fact-based questions asked which made it Easy for students.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Overall, this paper was of Moderately Tough level as per students in all three subjects. The level was better than the January Session as per students.

JEE Main April 5 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

NTA has changed the difficulty level of Shift-2 as compared to the one asked in shift-1. The evening shift (shift-2) paper was a bit more difficult as compared to the one asked in Shift-1. The JEE MAIN paper of April 5, 2024 (Evening Shift) was of Moderate level. In this paper, Physics was the easiest among the three whereas Chemistry was on the moderate side. In this paper, Mathematics was both tricky and lengthy. A detailed subject wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry: As compared to Phase-I of JEE Main, here a greater number of questions were asked from Physical chemistry. Most of the questions were from the Inorganic Chemistry part. 3-4 questions were asked from Electrochemistry chapter. Questions from prominent chapters like d-Block Elements, Coordination compounds, Biomolecules, p-block and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Among 11th and 12th classes, a greater number of questions are asked from 12th class syllabus. The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. However, 4-5 confusing questions were there in the paper.

Physics: The physics part was very easy as mentioned by a good number of students. Current electricity questions were in good number in the paper. Questions from Modern Physics, Semiconductors, EMI, Electrostatistics, Units and Dimensions, Mechanics and Magnetism were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus.

Mathematics: The mathematics paper was moderate to difficult level. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors, 3D and Calculus. Questions from Calculus part was not that tough while some good questions were there from Conic section. Complex number and Matrices and Determinants were there in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The main thing is questions were both lengthy and tricky which took a lot of time to solve.

In short, it was a challenging paper with Mathematics being the toughest among all. Most of the students found Mathematics difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main 2024 April 5 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Matrices &Determinants, 3 D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle , Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as Lengthy &Tricky. Few students reported Errors in 2 questions with insufficient data.

Physics – Easy . Questions were asked from Kinematics, Gravitation- 2 ques, Rotational Motion-2 ques, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical based questions were Lengthy but Easy. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked.

Chemistry – Easy. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry were given more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, d & f Block elements, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept , Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, General Organic Chemistry- 4 questions, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, , Aryl & Alkyl halides with mixed concept questions. Some fact-based questions from NCERT were asked.

In terms of order of Difficulty –Mathematics was Moderately Tough while Physics & Chemistry were Easy . Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

JEE Main April 5 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

NTA has increased the difficulty level of April 5, 2024 (Morning Shift) paper in comparison to the one conducted on 4th April 2024 (Morning Shift). In this paper, Physics was easiest of the three whereas Chemistry was moderate, and Mathematics had tricky and lengthy questions and can be considered to be moderate to difficult by many students. A detailed subject wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry - Most of the questions were theoretical in nature with maximum number of questions asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Electrochemistry, Equilibrium, and Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, p-block were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Almost all the questions are more or less related to or asked from NCERT only.

Physics - According to the feedback received from students, Physics part was easy and straightforward. Questions from Thermodynamics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Modern Physics and Electrostatistics were duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy. In comparison to Phase-I Physics papers, Physics questions are on the same side.

Mathematics- Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus were dominant followed by Vectors & 3D, Matrices and Determinants. Questions were also asked from Quadratic Equations and Binomial Theorem in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The quality of the questions was good and the paper was a bit lengthy because of the Maths part. In comparison to 11th and 12th class portion, most of the questions were asked from 12th syllabus only.

Overall, average students found Mathematics difficult, and the overall difficulty level of the paper can be said to moderate to difficult. The difficulty level wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main April 4 Shift 2 Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions from Circle, Parabola & Hyperbola with mixed concept questions in Coordinate Geometry. In Calculus, questions asked from Limits, Application of Derivative, Definite Integral, Differential Equations, Area. In Algebra, questions asked from Complex Number, Progressions- 2 ques, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants, Probability- 2 ques & Vector &3D Geometry- 3 questions. Few MCQs & numerical based questions had lengthy calculations and were Tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Rotational Motion, Optics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical based questions were Easy. Physics was balanced and Easy.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more weightage as compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Physical Chemistry had questions from Atomic Structure, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry & Chemical Equilibrium. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from d & f -block elements, Coordination Compounds & Chemical Bonding. Some NCERT fact-based questions asked which made it easy for students.
  • In terms of order of Difficulty – Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students in all three subjects.
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JEE Main April 4 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

NTA has kept the difficulty level almost same as that of Shift-1. The evening shift (shift-2) paper was slightly The JEE MAIN paper of April 4, 2024 (Evening Shift) was of Easy to Moderate level. In this paper, Physics were on the easy to moderate side whereas Chemistry was easiest among the three. Maths was not that tricky but was a bit lengthy. A detailed subject wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. There was an almost equal distribution of all the three parts of chemistry i.e. Physical, Organic and Inorganic. Questions were mainly straightforward. Questions from prominent chapters like Equilibrium, Bonding, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics and Alkyl and Aryl halides were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics - The physics part was of easy to moderate level and questions were mostly straightforward. Questions from Modern Physics, Work Power and Energy, Thermodynamics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics and Electrostatics were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus in. If somebody has gone through the PYQs of the previous year papers, he/she will have an upper hand in the paper.

Mathematics - Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult just like the Shift-1 paper. Questions from Algebra and Calculus were dominant in the paper. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors and 3D. Questions from Binomial Theorem, Sequence and Series, and Statistics were there in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered.

In short, it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the given time. Most of the students found Mathematics a bit lengthy. The difficulty level wise order according to a large section of students is Mathematics > Physics > Chemistry

JEE Main April 4 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

NTA has followed the same level of difficulty of Phase-2 as compared to the one asked in Phase-1. The JEE MAIN paper of April 4, 2024 (Morning Shift) was of Moderate level due to the lengthy questions in Maths. In this paper, Physics was on the easier side whereas Chemistry was also on the easy to moderate side. In this paper, Mathematics was on moderate to difficult side with lengthy and calculative questions. A detailed subject wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry

The chemistry paper was more or less balanced in terms of difficulty level as well as the number of questions from the three sections. Questions from prominent chapters like Chemical Kinetics, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, Electrochemistry, and Thermodynamics were asked. P-Block chemistry was dominant in the paper. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Among the 11th and 12th classes, more number of questions were asked from 12th class syllabus. The paper was by and large based on NCERT books.

Physics

The physics part was on the easier side and questions from almost all the chapters were asked. Questions from Modern Physics, Mechanics, Electrostatics and Current electricity were there in the paper. The coverage of the questions was almost equal with more number of questions asked from the 12th class.

Mathematics

The mathematics paper was moderate to difficult level. A good number of questions were asked from Calculus. Integer-type questions were lengthy in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The main thing is questions were both lengthy and calculative which took a lot of time to solve.

In short, it was a decent paper with Mathematics being the toughest among all due to the lengthy part. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main April 4 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Algebra. More than one question was asked from Vectors, 3 D Geometry, Differential Equations & Conic Sections. In Calculus, questions asked from Functions, Continuity & Differentiability, Definite Integral, Area, and Differential Equations. In Algebra- Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Permutation & Combination, Statistics, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants. In Coordinate Geometry, questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse & Hyperbola with mixed concepts. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. A few questions were reported as Lengthy & Tricky.
  • Physics – Easy. Questions asked from Kinematics, Gravitation, Circular Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism-2 questions, Wave Optics, Current Electricity-2 questions, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, Semi-Conductors. Both MCQs & Numerical based questions were Lengthy but Easy. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt Physics section was Balanced as per Coverage of Chapters.
  • Chemistry – Easy. Organic & Physical Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding- 2 questions, General Organic Chemistry-2 questions, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides mixed concept type questions, Coordination Compounds, Stoichiometry, Periodic Table. Some questions were directly asked from the NCERT Textbook, which made this section Easy.
  • In terms of order of Difficulty –Mathematics was Moderate while Physics & Chemistry were Easy . Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.
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JEE Main 2024 Analysis January Session

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JEE Main January 2024 Session 1 Analysis by Sri Chaitanya: Shift Wise Difficulty Level

Date & ShiftMathematicsPhysicsChemistryOverall

(Difficulty Level Out of 3)(Difficulty Level Out of 3)(Difficulty Level Out of 3)(Difficulty Level Out of 3)
27th Jan Shift 11.81.431.71.64
27th Jan Shift 22.11.461.91.82
29th Jan Shift 121.421.81.74
29th Jan Shift 21.851.41.851.7
30th Jan Shift 11.91.61.61.7
30th Jan Shift 22.31.71.91.96
31th Jan Shift 12.41.61.951.98
31th Jan Shift 22.251.71.851.93
1st Feb Shift 11.91.81.81.83
1st Feb Shift 22.21.61.951.91

JEE Main February 1 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

Chemistry - Very few questions in this shift were asked from Physical chemistry. Most of the questions were from Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Coordinate Bonding, coordination compounds and d-block were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Among the 11th and 12th classes, more questions are asked from the 12th class syllabus. The paper was by and large based on NCERT books.

Physics - The physics part was of moderate level as some good questions were there. Questions from Modern Physics, Mechanics, Electromagnetism and Current electricity were there in the paper. Current electricity was prominent in the paper. The coverage of the questions was almost equal in the 11th and 12th classes.

Mathematics - The mathematics paper was moderate to difficult level. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors and 3D. Integer-type questions were lengthy in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The main thing is questions were both lengthy and tricky which took a lot of time to solve.

In short, it was a challenging paper with Mathematics being the toughest among all. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main February 1 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus & Algebra. More than one question was asked from Vectors, 3 D Geometry, Differential Equations & Conic Sections. In Calculus, questions asked from Continuity & Differentiability, Area, Differential Equations. In Algebra- Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Permutation & Combination, Statistics, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants. In Coordinate Geometry, questions are asked from Circle, Ellipse & Hyperbola with mixed concepts. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. A few questions were reported as Lengthy & Tricky.

Physics – Easy to Moderate. Questions asked from Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Gravitation, Circular Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism-2 questions, Wave Optics, Capacitance, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Semiconductors. Both MCQs & Numerical based questions were Lengthy. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt Physics section was Balanced as per Coverage of Chapters.

Chemistry – Easy. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding- 2 to 3 questions, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides mixed concept type questions, Coordination Compounds- 2 to 3 questions, Periodic Table. Some questions were directly asked from NCERT Textbook, which made this section Easy.

In terms of order of Difficulty –Mathematics was Moderate while Chemistry was Easy . Overall, this paper was of Easy to Moderate level as per students.

JEE Main February 1 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. All the chapters were duly represented in the paper. A few questions were based on memory-based data and were confusing. Questions from prominent chapters like Electrochemistry, Nomenclature of organic compounds, p-block, d-block and Thermodynamics were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics - According to a good number of students, the Physics part was of easy level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity was duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 11th class syllabus. PYQ were also there in the paper.

Mathematics- Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult based on students’ feedback. The questions were not that difficult but a bit calculative. Questions from Probability, Matrices, Vectors and 3D were there in the paper. Coordinate Geometry and calculus were dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key. Overall, it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the stipulated time. Average students found Mathematics a bit lengthy. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main 31 Jan Shift 2 Analysis by FIITJEE

Mathematics –Moderate. Weightage was given to chapters of Co-ordinate Geometry & Calculus. Co-ordinate Geometry had questions from all chapters- Straight Lines, Circle, Parabola, Ellipse & Hyperbola. In Algebra, questions asked from Matrices & Determinants, Probability, Complex Numbers, Progressions, Permutation & Combination- 2 questions, Binomial Theorem, Vector, 3D Geometry. In Calculus, questions asked from Set, Relation & Functions- 02 ques, Limits, Continuity, Differential Equations, Definite Integral. Few MCQs & numerical based questions had lengthy calculations & Tricky.

Physics – Easy. Questions were asked in almost all chapters. Weightage was given to Current Electricity & Magnetism. Some good questions from chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Gravitation, Electrostatics, Optics, Modern Physics, and Semiconductors. Numerical based questions were Easy. Physics had more questions from Class XII.

Chemistry - Easy. Organic Chemistry had around 10 questions. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Biomolecules. Physical Chemistry had questions from Mole Concepts, Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics & Ionic Equilibrium. Inorganic Chemistry had questions about Coordination Compounds, Chemical Bonding & Periodicity. Some NCERT fact-based questions were asked. This was an Easy Section.

Order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderate while Physics & Chemistry were Easy. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students in all three subjects.

JEE Main 31 Jan Shift 2 Analysis

NTA concluded the JEE Main exam January 31 shift 2 at 6 PM. The exam was held for three hours. JEE exam centre gate closed at 2:30 PM. As per the candidates, the JEE Main 31 Jan shift 2 exam was moderate. Chemistry was easy compared to Physics and Mathematics. The paper was balanced. No question was asked from JEE Main deleted syllabus.

JEE Main 31 Jan Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Calculus. More than one question was asked from Matrices &Determinants, 3 D Geometry, Vectors and Circle. Other chapters included Permutation & Combination, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Indefinite Integration, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle, Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as Lengthy &Tricky.
  • Physics – Easy to Moderate. More weightage is given to Electrostatics & Current Electricity. Other chapters included Kinematics, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, SHM, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Modern Physics, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical based questions were Lengthy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked.
  • Chemistry – Easy. Organic & Physical Chemistry were given more weightage compared to Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Chemical Bonding, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Solutions, Atomic Structure, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides. Numerical based were mostly from Physical Chemistry.
  • Order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderate while Chemistry was Easy. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.
  • No errors were reported in the question papers.

JEE Main 31 Jan Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

NTA has increased the difficulty level of the January 31, 2024 (Morning Shift) paper in comparison to the one conducted on 30th January 2024 (Morning Shift). In this paper, Chemistry was somewhat of the easy to moderate level with some confusing questions in Inorganic Chemistry whereas Mathematics had tricky and lengthy questions and can be considered to be moderate to difficult level by many students. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry -Most of the questions were theoretical with the maximum number of questions asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Physical chemistry was asked very less in the exam. In Physical Chemistry, questions were asked from chapters like Chemical Kinetics and Structure of Atom. Questions from prominent Organic and Inorganic chapters like Hydrocarbons, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, General Organic chemistry, d-block elements and Chemical Bonding were asked. Almost all the questions are more or less related to or asked from NCERT only.

Physics - According to the feedback received from a good number of students, the Physics part was of moderate level. Questions from Gravitation, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Kinematics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics and Magnetism were duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics -The mathematics paper was of a difficult level based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus were dominant in the paper. Questions were also asked from Probability, Vectors, Determinants and Quadratic Equations were there in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The quality of the questions was good and the paper was a bit lengthy because of the Maths part.

Overall, average students found Mathematics difficult and Chemistry confusing because of Inorganic chemistry. Overall difficulty level of the paper can be said to be moderate to difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main 2024 January 31 Shift 1 Analysis

National Testing Agency has concluded the JEE Main January 31 shiddt 1 exam. Students sharing their reactions have stated that the difficulty level of the exam is moderate. Chemistry was the easiest paper following Physic and Mathematics.

Maths - Lengthy & Difficult. Questions were based on differentiation, integration, limits, probability, Vector 3D.

Physics - Easy & formula based. The question was asked on the Lyman series, nuclear physics, ray optics, circular motion, and rotation.

Chemistry - Easy. Direct question from NCERT.

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JEE Main 2024 January 30 Analysis by Aakash Byjus (Shift 2)

NTA has changed the difficulty level of Shift-2 as compared to the one asked in shift-1. The evening shift (shift-2) paper was a bit more difficult as compared to the one asked in Shift-1. The JEE MAIN paper of January 30, 2024 (Evening Shift) was of Moderate to difficult level. In this paper, Physics was on the easy to moderate side whereas Chemistry was on the moderate side. In this paper, Mathematics was both tricky and lengthy. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry - Very few questions in this shift were asked from Physical chemistry. Most of the questions were from the Organic Chemistry part. 2-3 questions were asked from p-block elements. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Coordinate Bonding and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Among 11th and 12th classes, more questions are asked from the 12th class syllabus. The paper was by and large based on NCERT books.

Physics - The physics part was of easy to moderate level as some good questions were there. Questions from Modern Physics, Mechanics, Electromagnetism and Current electricity were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus.

Mathematics - The mathematics paper was moderate to difficult level. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors, 3D and Conic sections, Complex numbers and Matrices and Determinants. 11th-class questions were dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The main thing is questions were both lengthy and tricky which took a lot of time to solve.

In short, it was a challenging paper with Mathematics being the toughest among all. Most of the students found Mathematics and Chemistry moderate to difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Shift 2 Analysis

National Testing Agency has concluded the JEE Main January 30 shift 2 exam. The duration of the test was three hours. As per the exam difficulty level was moderate. JEE paper was balanced. Below is a detailed JEE Main exam analysis.

  • Maths -Difficulty level was moderate. The paper was lengthy and tricky. Questions were based on 3D, differential equation, integrations, calculus, coordinate geometry, and statistics.
  • Physics - Formulas based.
  • Chemistry - Easy. Direct question from NCERT. Questions were based on d-block, blocks, chemical bonding, and the periodic table. More, weightage was given to organic chemistry.

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Shift 1 Analysis

NTA conducted the JEE Mains 2024 January 30 shift 1 from 9 AM to 12 PM. As per the candidates, the JEE Main 2024 January 30 shift 1 exam was of moderate difficulty level. Below is the section-wise analysis for the JEE Main exam January 30 shift 1.

Mathematics - This section had formula based questions. The paper was lengthy. Questions were asked on topics such as integration, sequential series, vector 3D and probability.

Chemistry - The Chemistry section was easy. Physical, organic and inorganic chemistry had equal weightage, numerical questions were asked from physical chemistry.

Physics - Candidates found this section moderately challenging. 2 -3 questions were asked from vector.

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

The JEE MAIN paper of January 30, 2024 (Morning Shift) was of Easy to Moderate level. In this paper, Chemistry and Physics were on the easy to moderate level whereas Mathematics can be considered to be on the moderate side in comparison to past shifts. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Most of the questions were from Organic chemistry in the paper. A few questions were based on Physical chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Organic Chemistry Basic Principles and Techniques, d-block elements, p-block elements and Thermodynamics were asked. Around 5 to 6 Statement types of questions were asked in the paper. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics - According to a large number of students, the Physics part was of easy to moderate level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Thermodynamics and Semiconductors were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. PYQ were also there in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics - Mathematics paper was the easiest of all the Mathematics papers conducted in this session based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus, Vectors and 3D, Coordinate Geometry and Probability were there in the paper. The questions were straightforward and not too tricky. Almost all the topics were covered. It was a paper where Mathematics can be completed in 1 hour to 1.1 hours.

Overall, it was an easy-to-moderate paper where only some confusing chemistry questions were there. Average students found Mathematics not that difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Chemistry > Mathematics >Physics

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 1)

FIITJEE experts have released the analysis for JEE Main on January 30, Shift 1. According to feedback from both FIITJEE experts and students, the overall difficulty level of the paper was considered to be moderate. Here is a comprehensive breakdown of the JEE Main 2024 January 30, Shift 1 exam.

Mathematics – The difficulty level was moderate, covering various chapters with a focus on Calculus and Algebra. Multiple questions were posed on Vectors, 3D Geometry, Matrices, Limits, and Differential Equations. Calculus questions delved into Continuity & Differentiability, Indefinite Integrals, Area, and Differential Equations. Algebra topics included Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, and Matrices & Determinants. In Coordinate Geometry, questions were centered around Circle and Ellipse. The Numerical Section involved extensive calculations from both Calculus and Coordinate Geometry, with some questions noted for their lengthiness.

Physics – The difficulty level was moderate, with questions spanning Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism, Optics (2 questions), Capacitance, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, and Semi-Conductors. Both Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and Numerical-based questions were noted for their lengthiness. Additionally, a few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were included, leading students to perceive a higher weightage for these chapters.

Chemistry – The difficulty level was deemed easy, with a noticeable emphasis on Organic and Physical Chemistry over Inorganic Chemistry. Topics covered included Ionic Equilibrium, Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure (with a match list type question), Chemical Bonding, Mole Concept, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry (2 questions), IUPAC names, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides, Coordination Compounds, d & f block elements, and Periodic Table. Some questions were directly drawn from the NCERT Textbook, contributing to the overall ease of this section.

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Analysis by Aakash Byjus (Shift 1)

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Most of the questions were from Organic chemistry in the paper. A few questions were based on Physical chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Organic Chemistry Basic Principles and Techniques, d-block elements, p-block elements and Thermodynamics were asked. Around 5 to 6 Statement types of questions were asked in the paper. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics - According to a large number of students, the Physics part was of easy to moderate level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Thermodynamics and Semiconductors were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. PYQ were also there in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics - Mathematics paper was the easiest of all the Mathematics papers conducted in this session based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus, Vectors and 3D, Coordinate Geometry and Probability were there in the paper. The questions were straightforward and not too tricky. Almost all the topics were covered. It was a paper where Mathematics can be completed in 1 hour to 1.1 hours.

Overall, it was an easy-to-moderate paper where only some confusing chemistry questions were there. Average students found Mathematics not that difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Chemistry > Mathematics >Physics

JEE Main 2024 January 30 Shift 1 Analysis by Vora Classes

The overall students reaction for January 30 shift 1 exam was moderate. Students found Chemistry easy while Maths formula-based lengthy and physics was moderate.

Mathematics - The difficulty level of the Maths paper was lengthy.

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JEE Main 2024 January 29 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 2)

Mathematics – Moderate. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions from Straight Lines, Circle in Coordinate Geomtery. In Calculus, questions asked from Functions, Differential Equations, Application of Derivative, Definite Integral. In Algebra, questions asked from Complex Number, Progressions-2 ques, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants, Probability & Vector-2 ques, 3D Geometry. Few MCQs & numerical based questions had lengthy calculations and were Tricky.

Physics – Easy . Questions asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Rotational Motion, Optics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical based questions were Easy. Physics was balanced and Easy.

Chemistry - Easy to Moderate. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more questions as compared to Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from GOC, Alcohols, Ether & Phenols, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Physical Chemistry had questions from Mole Concept, Electrochemistry & Chemical Equilibrium. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from d-block elements, Coordination Compounds & Chemical Bonding. Some NCERT fact-based questions asked which made it easy for students.

Order of Difficulty – Overall, this paper was of Easy to Moderate level as per students in all three subjects. Few Students felt it was similar to Jan 29 Morning Shift Paper.

JEE Main 2024 Janaury 29 Shift 2 Analysis

NTA conducted the JEE Mains 2024 January 29 shift 2. The duration of the test was three hours. JEE Main shift 2 exam was held from 3 to 6 PM. As per the candidates, JEE Main 2024 Janaury 29 shift 2 exam was of moderate difficulty level. Below is the analysis for JEE Main exam.

Maths: This paper was of tough and lengthy. Questions were based on sequence series, Vector, integration, and probability.

Chemistry: Chemistry was easy. More questions were from Organic chemistry. Less weightage was given to Physical chemistry.

Physics: Questions were formula-based.

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JEE Main 2024 January 29 Analysis by Aakash Byjus (Shift 1)

Chemistry - Most of the questions were theoretical with the maximum number of questions asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Hydrocarbons, Structure of Atom, Equilibrium, and Biomolecules were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Almost all the questions are more or less related to or asked from NCERT only.

Physics - According to the feedback received from a good number of students, the Physics part was of a moderate to difficult level. Questions from Thermodynamics, Semiconductors, Current Electricity, Modern Physics and Magnetism were duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy. In comparison to last year's Physics papers, Physics questions were of a good standard in this shift.

Mathematics - Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus were dominant followed by Vectors & 3D, Matrices and Determinants. Questions were also asked from Probability and Binomial Theorem in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. The quality of the questions was good and the paper was a bit lengthy because of the Maths part. In comparison to the 11th and 12th class portions, most of the questions were asked from the 12th syllabus only.

Overall, average students found Mathematics and Physics difficult and the overall difficulty level of the paper can be said to be moderate to difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Physics > Chemistry

JEE Main 2024 January 29 Shift 1 Analysis by Vora Classes

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JEE Main 2024 January 29 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 1)

The JEE Main analysis for January 29, Shift 1 has been released by FIITJEE experts. According to both FIITJEE experts and student feedback, the overall difficulty level of the paper was considered easy. Here is a detailed analysis of the JEE Main 2024 January 29, Shift 1 exam.

Mathematics - This section was relatively manageable, with an emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. More than one question asked from Matrices &Determinants, 3 D Geometry, Vectors and Straight Lines. Other chapters included Permutation & Combination, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Progressions, Quadratic Equations, Function, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Indefinite Integration clubbed with trigonometry, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations, Area, Straight Line, Circle , Conic Sections with mixed concept questions. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations from chapters of Calculus & Coordinate Geometry. A few questions were reported as Lengthy &Tricky.

Physics - Candidates find the Physics section to be moderately tough, with a significant emphasis on Electrostatics. The covered chapters included Kinematics, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, SHM, Laws of Motion, Magnetism, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Fluids, including an assertion-reasoning question, and Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical-based questions were both challenging and lengthy. Additionally, there were a few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT, leading students to perceive a higher weightage for these chapters.

Chemistry - The difficulty level of the Chemistry paper was easy, with a significant emphasis on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry compared to Physical Chemistry. The covered topics included Chemical Bonding, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Coordination Compounds, p-block elements, Atomic Structure, Chemical Kinetics, General Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, Biomolecules, Amines, Aryl & Alkyl halides.

JEE Main 2024 Janaury 27 Analysis by Aakash Byjus (Shift 2)

NTA has changed the difficulty level of Shift-2 as compared to the one asked in shift-1. The evening shift (shift-2) paper was a bit more difficult as compared to the one asked in Shift-1. The JEE MAIN paper of January 27, 2024 (Evening Shift) was of Moderate level. In this paper, Physics were on the moderate to difficult level whereas Chemistry was on the easier side. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Very few questions in this shift were asked from Organic chemistry. Most of the questions were from the Physical Chemistry part. 2-3 questions were asked from d-block elements. Questions from prominent chapters like Thermodynamics, Bonding Alkyl and Aryl halides were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics - The physics part was of moderate to difficult level as some good assertion-reasoning questions were there. Questions from Modern Physics, Work Power and Energy, Fluids and Thermodynamics were there in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 12th class syllabus. If somebody has gone through the PYQs of the previous year's papers, he/she will have an upper hand in the paper.

Mathematics - Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult just like the Shift-1 paper. Questions from Algebra were dominant in the paper. A good number of questions were asked from Vectors, 3D and Limits, Continuity and Differentiability. Questions from Integration and Matrix and Determinants were there in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered.

In short, it was a balanced paper which could be solved in the given time. Most of the students found Mathematics and Physics difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Physics > Chemistry

JEE Main 2024 January 27 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 2)

The experts of FIITJEE have released the JEE Main Janaury 27 shift 2 analysis. As per the experts of FIITJEE and students, the overall difficulty level of the paper was easy. Below is the detailed analysis of the JEE Main 2024 Janaury 27 shift 2 exam.

Mathematics – Easy. Weightage was given to chapters of Coordinate Geometry and Calculus. Questions from Circle, Ellipse & Hyperbola, Functions, Limits & Continuity, Differentiability, Differential Equations, Definite Integral, Differential Equations, Permutation & Combination, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Statistics, Matrices & Determinants, Probability & Vectors. The numerical based section had lengthy calculations but was Easy.

Physics – Easy. Questions asked from almost all chapters. Some good questions from chapters on Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics, Sound & waves, Rotational Motion, Optics, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Atoms & Nuclei. Numerical based questions were Easy. This section was balanced and Easy.

Chemistry - Easy. Organic Chemistry had more questions as compared to Inorganic & Physical Chemistry. Some good questions from Colloids, GOC, Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Phenol & Ethers, Aryl & Alkyl Halides mixed concept questions, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, d-block elements. Mostly NCERT fact-based questions were asked which made it easy for students.

JEE Main 2024 January 27 Shift 2 Analysis

As per the candidates, JEE Main Janaury 27 Shift 2 exam difficulty level is easy. Chemistry and Physics were easy compared to Mathematics. JEE questions in Physical chemistry were theory-based questions.

Chemistry: This section was easy. More weightage was given to inorganic chemistry.

JEE Main 2024 Janaury 27 Analysis by Aakash Byjus (Shift 1)

The JEE Main paper of January 27, 2024 (Morning Shift) was Easy to Moderate level. In this paper, Chemistry and Physics were on the easy to moderate level whereas Mathematics had tricky questions and can be considered to be moderate to difficult by many students. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Most of the questions were theoretical. A few questions were based on memory-based data and were confusing. Questions from prominent chapters like Chemical Kinetics, Biomolecules, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, Thermodynamics and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics - According to a large number of students, the Physics part was of easy level to moderate level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity was duly represented in the paper. Most of the questions were asked from the 11th class syllabus. PYQ were also there in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics - Mathematics paper was moderate to difficult based on students’ feedback. Questions from Calculus, Complex Numbers, 2-D Matrix and Determinants were there in the paper. 2D and calculus were dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

Overall, it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the stipulated time. Average students found Mathematics difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Physics > Chemistry

JEE Main 2024 January 27 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 1)

Numerical based questions were easy. A few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked. Students felt more weightage given to XII Class chapters.

Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderate while Physics was Easy Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

Chemistry – Easy to Moderate. Organic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from Coordination Compounds, Atomic Structure, Chemical Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, General Organic Chemistry, Biomolecules, Amines, Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides.

JEE Main 2024 January 27 Shift 1 Analysis

NTA has concluded the JEE Main BTech January 27 shift 1 exam. As per the candidates, more questions were asked from the Class 12th syllabus. No questions were asked from exceptional compounds. The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate to difficult.

Mathematics: As per the students Maths was lengthy but manageable.

Chemistry: Candidates find the chemistry paper to be easy. Questions were based on Organic and inorganic chemistry.

Physics: Physics was tough. There were 3 questions from semiconductors, 1 question from current electricity.

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JEE Main 2024 January 27 Analysis by Resonance (Shift 2)

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JEE Main 2024 January 24 Paper 2 Analysis by FIITJEE (Shift 2)

Analysis of B. Arch Paper(2A):
The level of difficulty of JEE Main Paper-2 (B. Arch) was Easy to Moderate as per feedback from students.

Mathematics – Easy to Moderate level. Few Students reported that the numerical-based section had few lengthy questions involving calculations. Questions were asked from almost all chapters like Quadratic Equations, Progression & Series, Inverse Trigonometric Equations, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Probability, Permutation & Combination, Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Limits & Continuity, Definite Integrals, Differential Equations. Less weightage was given to Co-ordinate Geometry with questions asked from Straight Lines. Few questions in MCQs were reported Lengthy but Easy.

Aptitude – Easy to Moderate level. Questions were mostly based on 3- Dimensional Figures, Questions were asked from architecture aptitude, and monumental details, with some Logic based questions. This section was also reported Easy to Moderate.

Drawing– Easy level. One question involved Copying a picture from screen as per own perception in Black & White. The second question involved two options out of which one was to be attempted. : 1. View of a Football Stadium as a spectator 2. Abstract Art using a musical instrument in 3D and naming the texture and shadow effect.

Analysis of B. Planning Paper (2B):

The level of difficulty of JEE Main Paper-2 (B. Planning) was Easy to Moderate as per feedback from students.

Mathematics – Same as mentioned in B. Arch paper.

Aptitude – Same as mentioned in B. Arch paper.

Planning – Easy level. A few Questions were asked from the National Commission, Town Planning, Planning questions, and General Knowledge questions asking names of Architects of some important Monuments.

JEE Main 2024 Paper 2 Analysis for January 24 (Shift 2)

NTA successfully conducted the JEE Main B.Arch, B.Plan exam in shift 2. Candidates have shared their reactions on JEE Main Session 1 paper 2. The overall difficulty level of JEE Main 2024 Paper 2 exam is easy to moderate. The detailed analysis is provided below.

JEE Main 2024 BArch analysis

  • Mathematics: Candidates find this page easy. There were some tricky questions but candidates were able to solve them.
  • Aptitude: Questions were based on spatial reasoning, visualization, and mental ability.
  • Drawing: In this paper candidates had to show their technical skill and creative interpretation.

Paper analysis for JEE Mains 2024 B.Plan

  • Mathematics: The overall difficulty level was easy. The overall question was manageable.
  • Aptitude: Questions were based on spatial reasoning, visualization, and mental ability.
  • Planning: This section was bit tough.

Previous Years’ JEE Main Analysis

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JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 15 (Shift 2)

  • JEE Main 15 April Shift 2 exam is over. Candidates to the students the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. Physics was easy compared to Chemistry and Mathematics.
  • Physics was of easy level. More questions were from vectors.
  • Mathematics was of moderate difficulty level.

JEE Main April 15 Shift 2 Analysis by FIITJEE

According to Ramesh Batlish Managing Partner & Head-FIITJEE Noida Centres, JEE Main April 15 shift 2 exams overall difficulty level is moderate. Maths was Moderate while Physics was reported as easy. The detailed analysis of JEE Main April 15 shift 2 is as follows.

Mathematics – Moderate Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. In Calculus questions asked from Functions, Limits & Continuity, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals, Area under curves, & Differential Equations. In Algebra- Matrices, Permutation & Combination, Vectors, 3D Geometry had more than one question, Progressions, Statistics, Binomial Theorem, Mathematical Reasoning & Probability.

Physics – Easy level. Questions asked from Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, SHM, Current Electricity, Magnetism, Gravitation, Modern Physics, Semiconductors, Communications Systems & Optics. Numerical based questions were reported as Easy to Moderate. More weightage is given to Class XII Chapters.

Chemistry - Easy To Moderate level. Inorganic Chemistry had more questions as compared to Organic & Physical Chemistry. The Numerical Section had questions from Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium. There were mixed concept questions from Amines, Alcohols, Ethers & Phenols, Biomolecules, Polymers, Aryl & Alkyl halides in Organic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from s-block, p-block, Chemical Bonding, Co-ordination Compounds, Ores & Metallurgy.

JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 15 (Shift 1)

NTA has conducted the JEE Mian 2023 April 15 shift 1 exam. Candidates sharing their reactions said that the overall difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate. Mathematics was lengthy as usual, while chemistry was of moderate level. Physics remains on the easier side.

JEE Main April 15 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash BYJUS

Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering Aakash BYJU’S has shared his analysis on JEE Main 2023 April 15 shift 1 exam. According to Mr. Sharma, the overall JEE Main April 15 shift 1 was a balanced paper. Average students found Mathematics difficult. The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics. Below is the detailed analysis of JEE Main April 15 shift 1.

Chemistry - Most of the questions were theoretical. Overall, the questions from Organic, Physical and Inorganic Chemistry were evenly distributed in the paper. Questions from prominent chapters like Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry, Solid State, Coordination compounds, Amines, s-block and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics - Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Semiconductors and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Three to four questions from Mechanics were there in the paper.

Mathematics - The mathematics paper was moderate and slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. Questions were asked from Calculus, Complex Numbers, Sequence and Series, Vectors & 3D and Matrix and Determinants were there. Vector and 3D were dominant in the paper.

JEE Main April 15 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

According to Ramesh Batlish Managing Partner & Head-FIITJEE Noida Centres, JEE Main 2023 April 15 shift 1 exam was of Moderate level. Mathematics was Moderate Level while Physics was Easy among the three subjects. Below is the JEE Main 15 April shift 1 exam analysis.

Mathematics - Moderate Level. Questions were asked from all chapters with more weightage given to Calculus & Algebra. In Calculus questions asked from almost all chapters of Limits & Continuity, Differentiability, Indefinite & Definite Integrals , Application of Derivative, Area, Differential Equations. In Algebra chapters covered where Complex Numbers, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Permutation & Combination. More than one questions from Vectors, 3 D Geometry, Matrices, Probability. Mixed Concept Questions were asked from Parabola, Circles, Ellipse.

Physics - Easy level. More weightage given to chapters of class XII. Questions asked from Kinematics, Gravitation, SHM, Heat & Thermodynamics, Circular Motion, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics (Dipole ), Communication Systems, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Ray & Wave Optics.

Chemistry - Easy to Moderate Level. Inorganic had more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics, Ionic EquilibriumQuestions also asked from s & p block, Coordination Compounds, Titrations, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Solid State, Ores & Metallurgy. Some mixed concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry involving Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl & Alkyl halides, GOC, Polymers.

JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 13 (Shift 2)

  • As per students based reactions the overall difficulty level was easy to moderate.
  • Physics: The paper was formula based. The 11th portions , current electrostatics, work and power etc.
  • Chemistry: The topics asked from kinetics, solid states, metallurgy, surface chemistry, polymer and bio molecules. Inorganic weight age was high.
  • Maths: Maths was easy but lengthy. Topics asked from vector 3D, mathematical reasoning, matrices, probability.

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JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 13 (Shift 1)

  • JEE Main April 13 has been concluded, according to the candidates the overall difficulty level is easy to moderate

  • Physics was easy. The question were formula based. A question was asked from Mechanics, RBD.

  • Chemistry was moderate. Question were based on polymer, everyday life.

  • Mathematics was of moderate difficulty level and lengthy. Moreover, the paper was tough compare to other date exam.

JEE Main April 13 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Byjus

Chemistry: The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Numerical were very few from Physical Chemistry and but most of the questions were theoretical. Overall, the questions from Organic were somewhat on the higher side as compared to Physical and Inorganic Chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like Chemical Kinetics, Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Alcohol, Phenol and Ethers, s-block and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked.

Physics: According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was of easy level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Semiconductors and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Three to four questions from Mechanics and two from Modern Physics were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerical which were largely formula based. According to students XII Physics had more weightage in the paper. PYQ were also there in the paper.

Mathematics: The mathematics paper was moderately difficult and slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Calculus, Complex Numbers, Probability, Vectors & 3D and Matrices and Determinants were there. Vector and 3D were dominant in the paper.

JEE Main April 13 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

In terms of order of difficulty level Mathematics was Moderately Tough Level while Physics was Easy amongst the three subjects. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

  • Mathematics – Moderately Tough level. Questions were asked from all chapters with more weightage given to Co-ordinate Geometry & Algebra. Mixed Concept Questions were asked from Parabola, Circles, Ellipse, Hyperbola. In Algebra chapters covered where Complex Numbers, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Vectors (2 questions), 3 D Geometry (3 questions). In Calculus - Functions , Indefinite Integrals , Application of Derivative, Area, Differential Equations. Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions were reported as Tricky.
  • Physics – Easy level. Questions asked from Kinematics, Gravitation, Fluids, Heat & Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Communication Systems, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Error Analysis, Work Power & Energy, SHM & Waves, Modern Physics & Wave Optics. Numerical based questions were Lengthy but easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate Level. Inorganic & Organic Chemistry had more weightage compared to Physical Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics, Ionic Equilibrium. Questions also asked from s & p block, Coordination Compounds, Surface Chemistry, Ores & Metallurgy. Some mixed concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry involving Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Aryl & Alkyl halides, GOC, Polymers. Some students reported Chemistry as time consuming and tricky.

JEE Main April 13 Shift 1 Analysis by Resonance

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JEE Main 2023 Paper 2 B.Arch Analysis for April 12 (shift 2)

As per the students based reactions the overall B.Arch paper- 2 was Moderate level. Candidates can check the complete analysis of JEE Main 2023 B.Arch here.

  • Maths: Questions asked from Remainder, Mathematical reasoning, Determinant, Matrices, P & C, Probability, binomial theorem, D.E, Limits, Complex Number, Integration, Sequence and series and Plane- 3D Geometry.
  • Part 2 Aptitude Test: 3D figures, 2D figures, Non-verbal reasoning, Distance directions, Quantitative aptitude
  • Part 3 Drawing Test: The drawing test was easy but lengthy.

JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 12 (shift 1)

  • JEE Main April 12 shift 1 exam has been successfully conducted. Based on the student's reaction the overall difficulty level of the exam is moderate to hard.

  • Physics paper was easy. Questions were based on mechanism and kinetics approx question 3 or 4 (easy)

  • Maths overall difficulty level is tough. Moreover the paper was tricky and lengthy

  • Chemistry easy but tough compare to other subjects

JEE Main April 12 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash BYJUS

According to Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering Aakash BYJU’S, NTA has somewhat increased the difficulty level for Apr 12(Shift-1) as compared to other sessions of JEE Main Exam (Phase-2), it was a paper of Moderate level. Physics was the easiest of the lot whereas Mathematics because of lengthy calculations and tricky questions was considered to be moderate to difficult by many students.

Chemistry: The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Numerical were very few from Physical Chemistry and but most of the questions were theoretical. Overall, the questions from the Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were more or less evenly distributed. Questions from prominent chapters like p-block, Polymers, Chemical Kinetics, Solutions, s-block and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform.

Physics: According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was of easy level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Semiconductors and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Two questions from Current Electricity and two to three from Magnetism were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerals that were largely formula based.

Mathematics: The mathematics paper was moderately difficult and slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Calculus, Permutations and Combinations, Probability, Vectors & 3D and from Matrix and Determinants were there. Vector and 3D were dominant in the paper.

JEE Main April 12 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

Ramesh Batlish Managing Partner & Head-FIITJEE Noida Centres shared the JEE Main 12 April shift 1 analysis stating that the overall paper was of moderate level as per the students. Mathematics was Moderately Tough Level while Physics was Easy among the three subjects. Below is the detailed analysis of JEE Main April 12 shift 1 exam.

Mathematics – Moderately Tough level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Coordinate Geometry & Calculus. Mixed Concept Questions were asked from Circles, Ellipse, Hyperbola. In Algebra chapters covered where Vectors (2 questions), 3 D Geometry (3 to 4 questions), Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics (2 questions), Permutation & Combination, Probability. In Calculus- Functions (3 questions), Definite Integrals (2 questions), Area, Differential Equations. Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions were reported as Tricky.

Physics – Easy level. Questions asked from Kinematics, Fluids, Heat & Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Semiconductors, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Modern Physics & Ray Optics. Numerical based questions were easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.

Chemistry – Easy to Moderate Level. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Ionic Equilibrium. Questions also asked from Chemistry in Everyday Life, p & d block, Phenols, Coordination Compounds. Some mixed concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry involving Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Polymers. Some students reported Match the following questions in Inorganic Chemistry as time consuming and tricky. Organic Chemistry was reported tricky.

JEE Main April 12 Shift 1 Analysis by Resonance

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JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 11 (Shift 2)

  • As per students based reactions the overall difficulty level of paper was easy to moderate.

  • Physics section was moderate and contains Electrostatics, Magnetism, fluid mechanics.

  • Chemistry- moderate, metallurgy, coordination compound, chemical bonding, inorganic weightage was high.
  • Maths section was lengthy which contains questions on probability, relation and functions, mathematical reasoning, sequence and series, vector 3D, differential equation, and more.

JEE Main April 11 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash BYJU'S

Chemistry: The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Some chemistry questions were a little tricky. Overall, the questions from the Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were more or less evenly distributed. Questions from prominent chapters like s-block, p-block, Polymers, Chemical Kinetics, Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Amines and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. According to students, the chemistry was moderate among the three subjects in the paper. Class XI and XII questions have almost equal weightage in the paper.
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Physics: According to a sizable number of students, the Physics part was of easy level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Thermodynamics and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Work, Power Energy was also there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numericals which were largely formula based. According to students XI and XII Physics had almost equal weightage in the paper. PYQ was also there in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.
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Maths: The mathematics paper was moderate but slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Definite and Indefinite Integral, Probability, Vectors & 3D and from Sequence and Series were there. Vector and 3D were dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

JEE Main April 11 Shift 2 Analysis by Resonance

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JEE Main April 11 Shift 2 Analysis by FIITJEE

According to Ramesh Batlish Managing Partner & Head-FIITJEE Noida Centres, JEE Main April 11 shift 2 overall difficulty level was moderate. Mathematics was Moderate Level while Physics was Easy amongst the three subjects

Mathematics – Moderately level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. Questions were asked from Vectors & 3 D Geometry (4 to 5 questions), Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Permutation & Combination & Probability, Straight Lines & Circle , Parabola, Definite Integrals had 3 questions, Area, Differential Equations(2 questions). Numerical Section had lengthy calculations.

Physics – Easy level. Questions asked from Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics(3 to 4 questions), Kinetic Theory of Gases, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Modern Physics & Ray Optics. Numerical based questions were easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.

Chemistry – Easy to Moderate Level. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Mole Concept, Ionic Equilibrium, Solid state. Questions also asked from Environmental Chemistry, p & d block, Phenols, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Compounds. Some mixed concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry from Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Polymers.

JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 11 (Shift 1)

  • JEE Main April 11 shift 1 exam has been concluded. According to the students Chemistry was moderate while Mathematics was lengthy.

  • In Chemistry high weightage was given to Organic.

  • Physics was formula based. Question was asked from Optics.

JEE Main April 11 Shift 1 Analysis by Resonance

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JEE Main April 11 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

Ramesh Batlish, Managing Partner & Head-FIITJEE Noida Centres shared his reaction on JEE Main April 11 exam stating that the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate as per the students. Physics was easy compared to Chemistry and Mathematics. Below is a detailed analysis of JEE Main 11 April shift 1.

Mathematics: Moderately level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. Questions were asked from Vectors & 3 D Geometry (4 to 5 questions), Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Matrices, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Permutation & Combination & Probability, Straight Lines & Circle, Parabola, Definite Integrals had 3 questions, Area, Differential Equations(2 questions). The numerical Section had lengthy calculations.

Physics: Easy level. Questions asked from Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics(3 to 4 questions), Kinetic Theory of Gases, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, EM Waves, Electrostatics, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Modern Physics & Ray Optics.

Chemistry: Easy to Moderate Level. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry – Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Mole Concept, Ionic Equilibrium, Solid state. Questions also asked from Environmental Chemistry, p & d block, Phenols, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Compounds. Some mixed concept questions were asked in Organic Chemistry from Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Biomolecules, Polymers.

JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 10 (Shift 2)

  • As per students based reactions the overall difficulty level of paper was easy to moderate.

  • Chemistry was moderate and NCERT based. The topics asked from topics like physical chemistry, nucleotide, polymer, isomer, chemical bonding, coordination compound.

  • Maths paper was lengthy as like previous JEE Main 2023 shifts. The questions asked from JEE Main specific topics like, Vector 3D, mathematical reasoning, probability, circle, ellipse, statistics.

  • Many students stated that Physics questions was formula based. Questions asked from Current, electricity, communication system.

JEE Main April 10 Shift 2 Analysis by FIITJEE

The JEE Main April 10 shift 2 conducted successfully on various exam centres. The questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. In Physics weightage given to class XII chapters. In terms of order of Difficulty – Maths was Moderate, Physics was Easy , while Chemistry was reported Easy to Moderate. Overall, this paper was Moderate level as per students.

Mathematics – Moderate Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Conic Sections and Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Ellipse, Circle, Parabola, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Functions, AOD, Areas, Differential Equation. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was also tricky as per few students.
Physics – EASY level. Weightage given to chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Magnetism, SHM & Waves, Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Ray Optics, Wave Optics, Semiconductors and Modern Physics. Numerical based questions were reported as Easy. Chapters of XII Class had more weightage. Assertion -Reasoning questions had mixed concepts.
Chemistry - Easy To Moderate level. Physical & Inorganic Chemistry had more weightage. Questions were asked from Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, Polymers, Alcohols, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides in Organic Chemistry. Ionic Equilibrium, Solid State, Surface Chemistry, Coordination Compounds, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, Atomic Structure, Chemical Kinetics. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from p-block and d-block, Ores & Metallurgy.

JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 10 (Shift 1)

  • According to the students the overall difficulty level of paper was easy.

  • Chemistry questions cover almost all topics. The question was asked from polymer, biomolecules, chromatography. Inorganic and organic more weightage than physical,

  • Maths was lengthy. The question was asked from mathematical reasoning.

  • In Physics question was from the communication system, 11th mechanics focused more, ray optics and Thermodynamics

JEE Main April 10 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash BYJU'S

Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering Aakash BYJU’S shared his feedback on JEE Main April 10 shift 1 exam. According to Mr. Sharma the JEE Main 10 April shift 1 was a balanced paper that can be solved in the stipulated time. Chemistry and Physics were of moderate level as per the candidates. The difficulty level of the exam as per the large section of students is Physics > Chemistry > Mathematics. Below is detailed analysis of JEE Main 10 April Shift 1 exam.

Chemistry: The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Organic chemistry was on the lower side even in Chemistry and many questions were theoretical. Overall, the questions from the Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were more or less evenly distributed. Questions from prominent chapters like p-block, Coordination, Polymers, Haloalkanes, and Haloarenes, Electrochemistry and Equilibrium were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Inorganic chemistry had high weightage in the paper. A thorough study of the NCERT books and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests.

Physics: According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was of moderate level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Semiconductors, and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Two questions about Gravitation and two questions about current electricity were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerals that were largely formula based. According to students XI and XII Physics had almost equal weightage in the paper. PYQ was also there in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics: The mathematics paper was somewhat straightforward and the questions were not that difficult. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Calculus, Conic section, Probability, Vectors & 3D and from Permutations and Combinations were there. Vector and 3D were dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

JEE Main April 10 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

Ramesh Batlish, FIITJEE Managing Partner & Centre Head has shared the JEE Main April 10 shift 1 analysis. According to Mr. Batlish, the overall difficulty level was of easy level. Moreover, No errors were reported in the question papers. Below is the subject wise analysis of JEE Main 10 April shift 1.

Mathematics – Easy to Moderate level. Questions were asked from all chapters with an emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, Vectors, 3 D Geometry, Straight Line, Parabola, Circle, Binomial Theorem, Progressions, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics, Complex Numbers, Definite Integrals, and Differential Equations. The Numerical Section had few lengthy calculations but was easy.

Physics – Easy level. Questions asked from Gravitation, EM Waves, Wave Optics, Ray Optics, Electrostatics, Magnetism & Matter, Current Electricity & Modern Physics, Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Semi-Conductors, Communication Systems. MCQs were relatively easy. Some assertion reasoning questions were also asked. Overall a Balanced section.

Chemistry – Easy level. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage compared to Physical & Organic Chemistry. Questions asked from Electrochemistry, Ores & Metallurgy, Chemical Bonding, Mole Concept, d – block & f- block, Qualitative Chemistry, and Coordination Compounds. Organic Chemistry had some easy questions from Amines, Alcohols, and Phenols. Some questions from Polymers & Environmental Chemistry were NCERT Based.

JEE Main April 10 Shift 1 Analysis by Resonance

The experts of Resonance have released the JEE Main April 10 shift 1 exam analysis online. According to the subject experts, the overall difficulty level was moderate. Moreover, Mathematics and Chemistry were tough compared to Physics.

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JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 8 (Shift 2)

  • As per student based reactions, the JEE Main 2023 April 8 shift 2 exam was easier than January attempt.
  • Physics was easy. Many assertion questions was asked. Topics asked in Physics was Gravitation, Unit & Dimension, Moment of Inertia, Communication.
  • Chemistry was also easy. The questions asked from biomolecules, polymers.
  • Most of the questions asked from 11th class syllabus.
  • Many students stated that maths was calculative and lengthy.

JEE Main April 8 Shift 2 Analysis by FIITJEE

The Ramesh Batlish, centre head FIITJEE Noida, shared the JEE Main April 8 shift 2 exam analysis. As per the expert the questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. It was a balanced paper. It was Tougher than the previous Tests held so far. In terms of difficult level Maths was Moderately Tough , Chemistry was Moderate Level, while Physics was Easy. Overall, this paper was Moderate to Tough level as per students.

Mathematics – Moderately Tough Level. Mixed Concept questions were asked. Questions asked from Straight Lines, Parabola, Circles, Limits, Continuity & Differentiability, Differential Equations, Area, Matrices, Binomial Theorem, Probability, Statistics, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Mathematical Reasoning, Complex Numbers, Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was Lengthy and Tricky as per few students.some students also reported this as Tough.

Physics – Easy level. Weightage given to chapters of Kinematics, Circular Motion, Rotational Motion, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, SHM, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Error Analysis, Semi-Conductors and Optics. Numerical based questions were reported as Easy. It was a Balanced Section.
Chemistry- Moderate Level. Physical Chemistry was given less weightage as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from p-block elements, Qualitative Analysis, Titrations, Biomolecules, General Organic Chemistry, Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Solutions, Chemical Kinetics. MCQs were tricky compared to Numerical Section. More weightage was given to class XI chapters.

JEE Main April 8 Shift 2 Analyis by Aakash Byjus

Candidates searching for the JEE Main April 8 shift 1 exam analysis can check the JEE Main analysis 2023 shared by Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering, Aakash BYJU’S here. As per expert, NTA has lowered the difficulty level for the 8th Apr Phase 1 paper of JEE Main Exam, it was a paper of Easy to Moderate level. Chemistry was the easiest of the lot whereas Physics and Maths are of moderate level as considered by many students. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry- The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Numerical was on the lower side even in Physical Chemistry and many questions were theoretical. Overall, the questions from Organic and Inorganic were more as compared with Physical chemistry. Questions from prominent chapters like p-block, Electrochemistry, Alcohol, Phenol and Ether, and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Block chemistry had a higher weightage in the paper. A thorough study of the NCERT books and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests. According to students, XI and XII's chemistry had almost equal weightage in the paper.

Physics- According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was of moderate level. Questions from Mechanics, Current electricity, Electrostatics and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Ray optics and thermodynamics were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a less number of numerical and the questions were largely theoretical and formula based. According to students XII Physics had more weightage on paper.

Mathematics- The mathematics paper was moderate and did not have many calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Probability, Vectors & 3D and Algebra were there. The Conics part was dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

JEE Main April 8 Shift 1 Analyis by Resonance

As per the resonance experts, the overall paper was moderate. The candidates can check the subject-wise and class-wise JEE Main 2023 paper analysis from below.

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JEE Main 2023 April 8 Shift 2 Analysis by Resonance

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JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis for April 8 (Shift 1)

  • The overall difficulty level of the JEE Main 8th April shift 1 paper is easy to moderate
  • Physics section was easy and contains semiconductor, fluid mechanics (2 questions)
  • Chemistry- easy, physical (Numerical), NCERT based, polymer, biomolecules
  • Maths section was lengthy which contains questions on probability, sequence and series and more.
  • Memory-based questions asked in JEE Mains 8 April paper is based on session 1 pattern.

JEE Main April 8 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE

According to Ramesh Batlish, centre head FIITJEE Noida, JEE Main April 8 shift 1 overall difficulty level was easy to moderate as per the students. In term of order of difficulty Mathematics was Moderate, Chemistry was Easy to Moderate, while Physics was Easy. Moreover, no errors were reported in the question papers. Check the complete paper analysis of JEE Main April 8 shift 1 below.

Physics: The paer was easy. Questions were asked from Kinrmatics, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Work, Power & Energy, , Error Analysis, Capacitance, Magnetism, Semi-Conductors, Current Electricity, Communication Systems, Modern Physics, Electrostatics.

Chemistry: Theoverall difficulty level was easy to moderate. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry had questions directly from NCERT Books. Less weightage given to Physical Chemistry that too in Numerical Section. In Physical Chemistry questions were asked from Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Equilibrium and Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Aldehydes & Ketones, Atul & Alkyl Halides, Amines, Alcohols, Biomolecules and General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic had questions from Co-ordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Group-18. Few questions from Organic Chemistry were tricky but not tough.

Mathematics: The paper was of moderate level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Progressions, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, Differential Equations, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Parabola & Circle.

JEE Main April 8 shift 1 analysis by Times of India (TOI)

According to TOI, JEE Main April 8 shift 1 overall difficulty level was easy to moderate. Mathematics paper was most time consuming subject in today’s exam. The order of difficulty level of subject is Mathematics>Chemistry>Physics. The overall subject wise difficulty level are as follows:

Physics: The overall difficulty level was easy. The question in Physics was formula based.

Chemistry: The overall difficulty level is easy to moderate. Moreover, the paper was easy to attempt.

Mathematics: The paper was of moderate difficulty level. Maths paper was not tough to attempt. The questions were asked from PNC and Probability.

The paper analysis of JEE Main 2023 consists of subject-wise difficulty level of JEE Mains along with most asked topics in the exam. Know the JEE Main analysis 2023 along with comparison with the previous year JEE Main shift wise difficulty level. NTA JEE Main paper analysis 2023 paper is also be available based on difficulty levels. The JEE Main trend analysis PDF includes student reviews, memory-based questions, and topic-weightage. The JEE Mains 2023 analysis provides an idea of the type of questions asked in the exam, difficulty level of JEE Main exam 2023. The session 1 of JEE Main exam 2023 was conducted on January 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, and February 1. Here candidates can check the JEE Main exam analysis 2023 through videos and reactions for previous year's paper as well. Read the full article to know more about JEE Main analysis 2023.

JEE Main 2023 Analysis

Candidates can check here the day and shift-wise JEE Main exam analysis 2023 for all the sessions of the exam. JEE Main 2023 exam analysis is regularly updated here after the conclusion of the JEE Main 2023 exam all shifts. Various coaching institutes like FITJEE and Resonance has released the JEE Main analysis 2023 today for day-wise exam. Candidates can refer to the complete details of IIT JEE Main analysis 2023 below.

JEE Main April 6 Analysis Shift 2:

The authorities have successfully conducted the JEE Main April 6 shift 2 paper on various exam centres. The candidates can check the complete exam analysis of JEE Main 2023 April 6 shift 2 here.

  • As per student based reaction, the overall paper was easy to moderate.
  • Physics was easy, Chemistry was easy to moderate whereas Mathematics was relatively lengthy and calculative.
  • From Physics was formula based the topics like semiconductor, circular motion and many assertion questions were asked,
  • The topics asked in Chemistry was chemical bonding, environmental chemistry, reaction mechanisms. The paper was by and large based on NCERT books.
  • Maths had good weightage of 3D vector questions. Topics like statistics, Calculus, Coordinate Geometry were also asked.

JEE Main April 6 Shift 2 Analysis by FIITJEE

Ramesh Batlish, Centre Head - FIITJEE Noida Centres Academy Director has shared the JEE Main exam analysis April 6 shift 2. As per the professional expert, the questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. In terms difficulty level Maths was Moderate , Chemistry was Easy to Moderate Level, while Physics was Easy. Overall, this paper was Moderate level as per students.

Maths- Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Coordinate Geometry. Questions asked from Straight Lines, Parabola, Circles, Definite Integrals, Limits, Differential Equations, Area, Matrices, Binomial Theorem, Probability, Statistics, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Complex numbers, Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations.
Physics – Easy level. Weightage given to chapters of Kinematics, Circular Motion, Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, SHM, Gravitation, Heat & Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Error Analysis, Semiconductors. Numerical based questions were reported as Easy. More weightage was given to class XII chapters.
Chemistry –Easy to Moderate Level. Physical Chemistry was given less weightage as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Questions asked from d & f Block elements, Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Biomolecules, Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides , Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Solutions, Chemical Kinetics. MCQs were tricky compared to the Numerical Section.

JEE Main April 6 Shift 2 Analysis by Akash BYJU’S

As per Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering, Aakash BYJU’S, NTA followed the same trend of difficulty level for Shift 2 of JEE Main Exam as Shift 1 on 6th April 2023. It was a paper of Moderate level. Chemistry was the easiest of the lot whereas Mathematics because of lengthy calculations were considered to be moderate by many students. Overall, it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the stipulated time. Average students found Mathematics difficult.

Chemistry- The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Good questions were asked from organic chemistry, especially the Grignard reagent. Overall, the questions from the Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were more or less evenly distributed. Questions from prominent chapters like Solutions, solid state, Electrochemistry, Alcohol, Phenol and Ether and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Block chemistry had weightage in the paper. A thorough study of the NCERT books and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests. According to students, XII chemistry had more weightage on paper.

Physics- According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was of easy level. Questions from Mechanics, Work Power and Energy, Gravitation and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Two-three questions from Work, Power and Energy and one question in Unit and Dimensions were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numericals which were largely formula based. According to students XII Physics had more weightage in the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics- The mathematics paper was moderate but slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Sequence and Series, Differential Equations, Trigonometry and Algebra were there. One question from Statistics and one from probability are there in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

JEE Main April 6 Shift 2 Analysis by Resonance:

The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Candidates can check the detailed difficulty level subject wise here.

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JEE Main April 6 Analysis Shift 1:

NTA has conducted the JEE Main April 6 exam shift 1 at 12 PM today. As per students who appeared for the JEE Main 2023 April 6 exam, the total difficulty level of today's IIT JEE Main paper was of moderate level.

  • JEE Main 2023 Physics paper was easy, while the Chemistry and Maths was moderate and difficult respectively.
  • Approximately 5 questions were asked from biomolecules and polymers and in maths, questions were aksed from 3D vector.
  • 4 questions were asked from 3d and vector, 5 ques bio-molecules and polymer and environment and 4 ques from magnetism and Alternating current.
  • JEE Main April 06 shift 1 exam was similar to the January session.
  • Chemistry question were based on NCERT while few questions were from Organic and Physical chemistry.

JEE Main April 6 Shift 1 Analysis by Akash BYJU’S

According to Ajay Sharma, National Academy Director, JEE Main April 6 shift 1 paper followed the same trend of difficulty level as the January session. The overall difficulty level was easy to moderate. Physis was the easiest paper compared to Mathematics and Chemistry. Due to lengthy calculations, candidates considered Maths paper moderate. Overall the paper was balanced and can be solved in the stipulated time. Below is the subject wise analysis of JEE Main April 6 shift 1 paper.

Physics: Several candidates reported that Physics was the easiest paper. Questions were based on Mechanics, Current electricity, Semiconductors, and Modern Physics.

Chemistry: The question in Chemistry was based on NCERT books. The paper had question from the chapters like p-block, Coordination, Biomolecules, Alcohol, Phenol and Ether, Chemical bonding and Aldehyde, Ketone and Carboxylic Acids. Qualitative Analysis, d-block, and p-block had weightage in the paper.

Mathematics: The question was lengthy and time taking. The overall difficulty level was moderate. Mathematic questions were based on Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Probability, Vectors & 3D, and Algebra were there. Vector and 3D.

JEE Main April 06 Shift 1 Analysis by FIITJEE:

Ramesh Batlish, the head of FIITJEE Noida has shared his feedback on JEE Mian April 06 Shift 1. As per Mr. Batlish, the shift 1 paper was of moderate level. Physics paper was easy while Chemistry and Mathematics were of moderate level. Moreover, no error was found in the question paper. The overall difficulty level subject wise is as follows:

Physics: The paper was easy. Physics paper questions were based on Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Simple Harmonic Motion, Error Analysis, Capacitance, Magnetism, Semi-Conductors, Current Electricity, Communication Systems,Modern Physics, Centre of Mass, Electrostatics.

Chemistry: The difficulty level of the Chemistry paper was easy to moderate. Questions were asked from topics such as Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Chemical Equilibrium and Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Alcohols, Phenols, Biomolecules, and General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic had questions from Co-ordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday

Mathematics: The paper was of moderate difficulty level. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Progressions, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, DefiniteIntegrals, Area under Curves, Parabola & Circle. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions in MCQs were reported as Tricky & Lengthy.

JEE Main April 6 Shift 1 Analysis by Resonance:

The experts of Resonance have released the JEE Main April 6 shift 1 exam analysis online. Based on the analysis done by the Resonance experts overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Moreover, Physics paper was easy compare to Mathematics and Chemistry. Below is the detailed analsysis of JEE Main April 6 shift 1 exam by Resonance.

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JEE Main 2023 February 1 shift 2 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 2 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was easy.
  • The Mathematics was somehow moderate as it was lengthy and calculative while Chemistry and the Physics sections were easy.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based, and organic chemistry had maximum weightage.
  • The paper on similar lines as JEE Main 2022 paper.

JEE Main February 1 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderate level. It was calculative and tough. Questions were asked from 3D, coordinates, matrices, reasoning.

Physics – Easy level. The questions were asked from topics like semiconductor, optics, modern physics, electromagnetic induction, mechanics, current, mirror, magnetic field.

Chemistry – Easy level. Questions were NCERT based. Most of the questions were asked from organic Chemistry, while questions were also found from topics like polymers, reactions, chemistry in everyday life, aldehydes.

JEE Main 2023 February 1 shift 1 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 1 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was easy.
  • The Mathematics was somehow moderate as it was lengthy while Chemistry and the Physics sections were easy.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based, and Inorganic chemistry had maximum weightage.
  • Physics had good number of questions from Modern Physics and it was class 11th based paper.

JEE Main February 1 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderate level. It was calculative and lengthy. Questions were asked from 3D, matrices, series and sequence, statistics.

Physics – Easy level. The questions were asked from topics like semiconductor, POC, optics, modern physics, EM waves, electromagnetic induction.

Chemistry – Easy level. Questions were NCERT based. Most of the questions were asked from Inorganic Chemistry, while questions were also found from topics like polymers, chemistry in everyday life, block chemistry, aldehydes, ketones. 2 questions were asked from biomolecules.

JEE Main 2023 January 31 shift 2 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 2 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was Moderate.
  • The Mathematics was moderate as it was lengthy and calculative, Chemistry and Physics were also moderate.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based and had maximum questions from Inorganic Chemistry topics.
  • Physics paper was formula based, was dominated by Mechanics.

JEE Main January 31 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 2)

Mathematics – Moderate level. It was calculative and lengthy. Questions were asked from integral, statistics, sequence series, 3 questions were asked from 3D, 2 questions from Trignometry, 1 from AP and 1 from GP.

Physics – Easy level. The questions were asked from topics like semiconductor, mechanics, EM waves, magnetic field, mechanics, thermodynamics, semiconductor, AC, Young's modulus.

Chemistry – Moderate level. Questions were NCERT based and was dominated by Inorganic Chemistry. Questions were asked from topics like organic, kinematics, chemistry in everyday life, metallury, aldehyde ketones. 2 questions were asked from biomolecules.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 31 shift 2 by Akaash Institute

As per the experts of Akaash+ Byju's Institute, the overall difficulty level of paper was of moderate difficulty level. Some good questions were time-consuming hence, students found the paper a bit lengthy Good students were able to complete the paper in a given stipulated time. Complete coverage of the syllabus and attempting similar test hold key to success.

Chemistry- Overall paper was of a moderate level. An in-depth study of NCERT books holds key to getting good marks. Questions from chapters like p-block, d-block, Chemical bonding, Atomic Structure, Thermodynamics, Redox reactions, and Organic Chemistry were there. There were questions from one question each Polymer, Metallurgy, Co-ordination Compounds and Biomolecules.

Physics- According to a large number of students Physics part was very easy. Questions were spread in all topics like Mechanics, Waves and Modern Physics. The optics part had less contribution in this shift. There were two questions each from Thermal properties of matter, Elasticity, Semiconductor and Alternate Current. The paper was formula based and students were able to do questions easily.

Mathematics- Mathematics paper was calculative and lengthy. Questions were spread around Calculus, Co-ordinate Geometry, 3D and Algebra. Around 4 to 5 questions were from Calculus, 3 to 4 questions from Co-ordinate Geometry and also questions from Vector and 3D. There were two questions from AP/GP, two questions from P&C, two questions from the Binomial theorem, and one question from the Differential equation.

Overall students found Maths paper lengthy and difficult.

The order of difficulty subject-wise is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics.

JEE Main 2023 January 31 shift 1 paper analysis

  • As per the IIT JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 1 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was moderate.
  • The Mathematics was moderate as it was lengthy, Chemistry was moderate while Physics section was easy.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based, and had maximum questions from Organic Chemistry topics.

JEE Main January 31 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderate level. It was calculative and tricky. Questions were asked from GP, integral, statistics, mean variation, variance, sequence series, 2 questions were asked from 3D and 1 question was from mathematical reasoning.

Physics – Easy level. The questions were asked from topics like semiconductor, modern physics, EM waves, magnetic field, electromagnetic induction.

Chemistry – Moderate level. Questions were NCERT based and was dominated by Organic Chemistry. Questions were asked from topics like surface tension, organic, kinematics, optics, aldehyde ketones. 2 questions were asked from biomolecules.

JEE Main 2023 January 30 shift 2 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 2 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was easy.
  • The Mathematics was somehow moderate as it was tricky while Chemistry and the Physics sections were easy.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based, and questions were asked from polymers, chemical bonding topics.
  • Physics had good number of questions from optics topics with Modern Physics and other topics.

JEE Main January 30 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 2)

Mathematics – Moderate level. It was calculative and tricky. Questions were asked from 3D, matrices, probability.

Physics – Easy level. The questions were asked from topics like semiconductor, optics, modern physics, EM waves, electromagnetic induction.

Chemistry – Easy level. Questions were NCERT based. Questions were asked from topics like IOC, periodic properties, chemical bonding, polymers.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 30 shift 2 by Akaash Institute

As per the experts of Akaash+ Byju's Institute, the diffculty level of paper was Easy to Moderate level. Physics was the easiest of the lot whereas Mathematics because of some lengthy calculations were considered to be a bit difficult by many students.

Chemistry- The chemistry paper was largely based on NCERT books and exemplars. The majority of the numerical-based questions were from Physical Chemistry and the remaining from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Overall the questions from the Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were more or less evenly distributed. Questions from prominent chapters like Equilibrium, Thermodynamics Redox reactions, Chemical bonding and Chemical Kinetics were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. Inorganic chapters like Co-ordination Compounds, d-block and p-block had good weightage in the paper. A thorough study of the NCERT books, solving NCERT exemplars and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests.

Physics- The Physics part was also of easy level. Questions from Optics, Waves and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Three questions from Modern Physics and two questions. Electromagnetic Waves were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerical which were largely formula based. According to students XII Physics had more weightage on paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics- The mathematics paper was moderate but slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked about Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Vectors & 3D and Algebra. Coordinate Geometry was dominant in the paper. There were two questions from Matrix and determinants, three questions from Vectors and 3D, one question from Statistics and three questions from Continuity and Differentiability. Almost all the topics were covered. Again practice through mock tests holds the key.

Overall, it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the stipulated time.

The difficulty level-wise order according to a large section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main 2023 January 30 Shift 2 Analysis By Vidyamandir Classes (VMC)

According to the experts of Vidyamandir Classes (VMC), the paper difficult in comparison to JEE Main 2022 paper. In today's paper Class 11th questions were more than class 12th.

Physics: The Physics paper of shift 2 January 30, had questions from Modern physics, semiconductor, optics, and EM waves.
Chemistry: The Chemistry question paper had questions from IOC, periodic table, chemical bonding, and qualitative analysis.
Mathematics: The Mathematics section was lengthy, and tough compared to JEE 2022. Questions were asked from vector & 3D conic section and especially from integers.

JEE Main 2023 January 30 shift 1 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 1 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was easy.
  • The Mathematics was somehow moderate as it was lengthy while Chemistry and the Physics sections were easy.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based, and questions were asked from solubility, thermodynamics.
  • Physics had good number of questions from optics topics and also covered communication system.
  • Mathematics section was lengthy. Questions were asked from integration, lines, vector, algebra, 3D.

JEE Main January 30 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderate level. It was calculative and lengthy. Questions were asked from 3D, algebra, integration and limit, differential equation, matrices, MR, statistics, binomial, coordinate geometry, parabola, circle, area under curve, PNC, probability and had less questions from Calculus.

Physics – Easy level. 2 questions were from Modern Physics, while paper also had questions from semiconductor, communication system, optics, magnetism, electrostatistics, unit and dimension, and few were from Kinematics topics.

Chemistry – Easy level. Questions were NCERT based. 3 questions from Thermodynamics, solubility. Paper also had questions from organic and inorganic, pdf block, environmental chemistry, chemistry in everyday life.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 30 shift 1 by FIITJEE

As per the FITJEE exerts, questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. It was a balanced paper and easier than Last Year.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Maths was Moderately Tough while Physics was Easy to Moderate Level, while Chemistry was Easy. Overall, this paper was Moderate level as per students.

  • Mathematics –Moderate Tough Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse, Definite Integrals, Area, Differential Equations, Matrices, Probability, Permutation & Combination, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Binomial Theorem, Complex numbers, Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was Lengthy & Tricky as per few students.
  • Physics –Easy to Moderate Level. Weightage given to chapters of Kinematics, Work Power & Energy, Heat & Thermodynamics, Ray Optics, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Communication Systems, Capacitors. Numerical based questions were reported as Easy. This section was balanced overall.
  • Chemistry –Easy level. Physical Chemistry was given more weightage in Numerical Section as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry was given more weightage as compared to Organic Chemistry. Questions asked from Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Polymers, Biomolecules, Hydrocarbons, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides , Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 30 shift 1 by Akaash Institute

As per the experts of Akaash+ Byju's Institute, the overall the difficulty level paper of today's paper was easy to moderate. A few good questions were spread here and there in the three subjects which made the paper a bit difficult. Chemistry was Memory Based while Maths was calculative, but students were able to complete the paper in a given time.

Chemistry- The chemistry paper was balanced. The physical portion was less as compared to Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Most of the physical chemistry questions were of integer type. Chapters like p-block, d-block, and Coordination chemistry had more weightage in the paper. The whole paper was mostly NCERT based. Questions from Chemistry in everyday life, GOC, Aldehydes and Ketones, Environmental Chemistry and Polymers were asked.

Physics- Questions were set from all the topics. Students were tested on the simple level of applicability of concepts. Direct formula-based questions were asked. Three questions were from Thermodynamics, one Electrostatics, one from Optics, two from Magnetism and two to three questions from Modern Physics were reported by students. Those students who have thoroughly covered the syllabus of XI and XII along with sufficient problem-solving through similar types of practice tests will score better in this paper.

Mathematics- Mathematics part was concept based but moderate. Getting 6 to 7 questions from Calculus was the mainstay of the paper. There were 2 questions from Algebra, 2 questions from Integration, 1 question from Differential Equation, 2 questions from Coordinate Geometry and 3 questions from Vectors and 3D Geometry. A few good questions were also there in the paper on which students have to think a lot to attempt them.

Overall, it was a typical JEE (Main) paper of moderate difficulty level which can be solved comfortably in the stipulated time by good students but average students found it a bit difficult.

The order of difficulty level in different subjects as assessed by a large section of aspirants is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics.

JEE Main 2023 January 29 shift 2 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 2 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was moderate.
  • The Mathematics was difficult while Chemistry and the Physics and Chemistry sections were easy.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based and questions were asked from organic, Biolomolecules, surface chemistry, resonance topics.
  • Physics had questions from current, semiconductor, electricity topics.
  • Mathematics section was lengthy. Questions were asked from integration, lines, vector, algebra, 3D.

JEE Main January 29 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 2)

Mathematics – Difficult level. It was calculative and lengthy. Questions were asked from matrices, probability, sequence and series, integration and diffferentiation, straighline and hyper parabola topics. 1 question was asked from binomial while the paper had 2 questions from statistics.

Physics – Easy level. 2 questions were asked from Newton's law and other covered topics were modern physics, communication, semiconductor topics.

Chemistry – Easy level. Questions were NCERT based. 3-4 questions were asked from organic while the paper also had good number of questions from physical chemistry, chemical kinetics topics.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 29 shift 2 by FIITJEE

According to the FITJEE exerts, questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. It was a balanced paper as per students in terms of coverage of chapters.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Maths was Moderate, while Physics & Chemistry were Easy to Moderate Level. Overall, this paper was Moderate level as per students.

  • Mathematics –Moderate Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra and Calculus. Questions asked from Parabola, Ellipse, Definite Integrals, Area, Differential Equations, Matrices, Probability, Determinants, Vectors, 3D Geometry, Binomial Theorem, Complex numbers, Progression Series. Both MCQs and Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was Lengthy & Tricky as per few students.
  • Physics –Easy to Moderate Level. Weightage given to chapters of Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Heat & Thermodynamics, SHM & Waves, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, AC Circuits, Modern Physics, Semi-Conductors and Magnetism Numerical based questions were reported as Easy. This section was balanced but had many tricky questions.
  • Chemistry –Easy to Moderate level. Physical Chemistry was given more weightage in Numerical Section as compared to Organic & Inorganic Chemistry. Weightage given to Alcohols, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides in Organic Chemistry. Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics. Inorganic Chemistry had questions from s-block, p-block, Chemical Bonding and Metallurgy.

JEE Main 2023 January 29 shift 1 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 1 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was moderate.
  • The Mathematics was easy to moderate, Chemistry section was easy, and the Physics was moderate.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based while Physics and Maths were formula based.
  • Mathematics section was lengthy. Questions were asked from geometry and vector topics.
  • Chemistry was dominated by Organic part, approximately 12 questions were from Organic Chemistry.

JEE Main January 29 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Easy to Moderate level. It was calculative and lengthy. 1 question asked from statistics while the paper had less questions from matrices part.

Physics – Moderate level. 2 questions were asked from semiconductor and a few from Kinematics as well.

Chemistry – Easy level. Questions were NCERT based. It had more weightage of organic chemistry. 10-12 questions were asked from organic chemistry section while 1-2 questions were from Physical chemistry.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 29 shift 1 by FIITJEE

According to the exerts of FITJEE, questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. It was a balanced paper as per students in terms of coverage of chapters. The paper was easier compared to last year as per students.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics section was Moderately Tough while Physics was Easiest amongst the three subjects. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

  • Mathematics –Moderately Tough Level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Conic Sections & Algebra. Some good questions asked from Straight Lines, Circles, Hyperbola, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Statistics, Mathematical Reasoning, Probability, Matrices, Progressions, 3 D Geometry, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Differential Equations. Few questions in MCQs were reported Lengthy & Tricky.
  • Physics –Easy. Questions asked from Kinematics, Friction, Laws of Motions, Heat & Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, AC Circuits, Current Electricity, Surface Tension, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, Friction, Wave Optics, Semiconductors & Communication Systems. Few Numerical based questions were Easy. Overall, this section was balanced as per students.
  • Chemistry –Easy to Moderate level. More weightage was given to Inorganic & Organic Chemistry. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry - Electrochemistry, Mole Concept, Ionic Equilibrium. Questions covered Chemistry in Everyday Life, Environmental Chemistry, Co-ordination Compounds, Aldehydes & Ketones, Hydrocarbons, Biomolecules, Chemical Bonding, Solutions, Atomic Structure. Fact based questions from NCERT were easy.

JEE Main 2023 January 28 paper 2 analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s JEE Main 2023 paper 2, the overall difficulty level was easy to moderate.
  • Unlike previous years, this year only 2 drawing questions were given instead of 4 and no option was given.
  • The paper was lengthy.

JEE Main January 28 Paper 2 Analysis Subject Wise

Mathematics – Moderate level. The questions were asked from series, limits, determinants, 3D, circle, and hyperbola.

General Aptitude – Easy level. Monument matching questions and Patronous tower questions were asked.

Aptitude – Moderate level. Questions were asked from orthographic projection. The paper had 2 questions from paper folding, 3 questions from mirror image, and 4 questions were asked from series completion topic.

JEE Main 2023 January 25 shift 2 paper analysis

  • As per the JEE Main aspirants who appeared for today’s shift 2 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was easy.
  • The Mathematics and Chemistry section was easy, while the Physics was moderate.
  • Chemistry questions were NCERT based while Physics and Maths were formula based.
  • Mathematics section had reasoning based questions and it was lengthy.

JEE Main January 25 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 2)

Mathematics – Easy level. It was calculative and lengthy had questions from vector and functions topics.

Physics – Moderate level. Questions were asked from Modern Physics and capacitance topic.

Chemistry – Easy level. Good number of questions were asked from the Inorganic chemistry.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 25 shift 2 by FIITJEE

According to the FITJEE exerts, questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. It was a balanced paper as per students in terms of coverage of chapters.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderate, Chemistry was Easy to Moderate, Physics was reported Easy amongst the three subjects. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

  • Mathematics –Moderate Level. Weightage was given to chapters of Calculus & Algebra. In Algebra- questions asked from Permutation & Combination, Progression & Series, Statistics, Complex Number, Binomial Theorem, Matrices, Determinants, Vectors & 3D Geometry. In Calculus – Limits & Continuity, Application of Derivatives, Area, Differential Equations, Definite Integral & Functions. In Co-ordinate Geometry questions asked from Straight Lines, Circles & Hyperbola. Few Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was also Lengthy as per students.
  • Physics –Easy Level. Questions asked from almost all chapters with few good questions from Gravitation, Rotational Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Wave Optics, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, Units & Dimensions, Semiconductors, Magnetism, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical based questions were easy. It was a balanced section.
  • Chemistry –Easy to Moderate level. Weightage was given to Inorganic & Organic Chemistry. In Physical Chemistry questions were asked from Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Amines, Aldehyde & Ketones, Phenols, General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry was mostly from NCERT. Overall, this section was Easy to Moderate.

JEE Main 2023 January 25 shift 1 paper analysis

  • As per the IIT JEE Main students who appeared for today’s shift 1 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was moderate.
  • The Mathematics section was moderate, while the Physics and Chemistry were easy.
  • In chemistry, Organic and Physical chemistry maintained a good ratio. And most of the questions were not from NCERT.
  • Physics and Chemistry had assertion and reasoning based questions.
  • Maximum questions in Mathematics section were from class 11th.
  • In Physics, the questions were from gravitation, electricity topic and mostly they were formula based.

JEE Main January 25 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderate level. It was lengthy and calculative. Maths had questions from 3 D, vector, integration topics.

Physics – Easy level. Modern Physics were more prevalent in the paper. Some questions were asked from electricity, semiconductor topic. 1 question was asked from gravitation topic.

Chemistry – Easy level. Good number of questions were asked from the Organic chemistry. The paper had high weightage of Physical Chemistry, questions were from Block chemistry. And in today's paper, chemistry had less questions from NCERT.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 25 shift 1 by Akaash Institute

As per the experts of Akaash+ Byju's Institute, just following yesterday’s trend overall paper was easy to moderate. Good students were able to complete the paper in a given stipulated time. Doing previous year's questions and attempting similar tests should fetch good marks.

Chemistry- Overall paper was of a moderate level. Study of NCERT books and mock tests based on NCERT holds the key to getting good marks. Physical Chemistry questions were fewer as compared to Organic Chemistry. Questions from chapters like Co-ordination Chemistry, Atomic Structure, Thermodynamics, Redox reactions, Chemical Kinetics, Hydrocarbon and Aldehyde and Ketones were there while questions from chapter Chemistry in Every-day life were conspicuously absent.

Physics- According to a large number of students Physics part was easy. Questions were spread in all topics like Mechanics, Waves and Modern Physics. The optics part had less contribution in this shift. Match-type questions were also there. The paper was formula based and students were able to do questions easily.

Mathematics- Mathematics paper was calculative and lengthy. Questions were spread around Calculus, Co-ordinate Geometry, 3D and Algebra. Around 4 to 5 questions were from Calculus, 3 to 4 questions from Co-ordinate Geometry and Binomial Theorem. Students were able to attempt question practice through mock tests holds the key.

Overall students found Maths papers very lengthy but not difficult. The order of difficulty subject-wise is

Mathematics = Chemistry > Physics.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 25 shift 1 by FIITJEE

According to the exerts of FITJEE, questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. Balanced Paper as per students in terms of coverage of chapters. Students reported Paper Similar to Last Year.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderately Tough, Chemistry was Easy to Moderate, while Physics was Easy. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

  • Mathematics –Moderately Tough Level. Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Matrices, Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Hyperbola & Circle. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions in MCQs were reported as Tricky & Lengthy.
  • Physics –Easy. Questions were asked from Laws of Motion, Rotational Motion, Carnot Engine, Work ,Power & Energy, Simple Harmonic Motion, Ray Optics, Capacitance, Magnetism, Semi-Conductors , Communication Systems, Modern Physics, Centre of Mass, Electrostatics. Numerical based questions were easy. Overall, the students felt this section was Balanced and Easy.
  • Chemistry –Easy to Moderate level. Organic & Inorganic Chemistry had questions directly from NCERT Books. Less weightage given to Physical Chemistry that too in Numerical Section. In Physical Chemistry questions were asked from Electrochemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Solutions, Ores & Metallurgy and Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Carboxylic Acids, Phenols and General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic had questions from Co-ordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Group-18. Few questions from Organic Chemistry were reported slightly tricky.

JEE Main 2023 January 25 Shift 1 Analysis By Vidyamandir Classes (VMC)

According to the experts of Vidyamandir Classes (VMC), the paper difficulty was on the same line as JEE Main 2022 paper was. In today's paper Physics & Chemistry had assertions and reasoning based questions.

Physics: The Physics paper of shift 1 January 25, was more of a formula based paper and most of the questions were numerical based.
Chemistry: The Chemistry question paper of JEE Main shift 1 was less from the NCERT this time and had more of physical Chemistry questions.
Mathematics: The Mathematics section was bit difficult and lengthy.

JEE Main 2023 January 24 shift 2 paper analysis

  • As per the IIT JEE Main students who appeared for today’s shift 2 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was easy and it was similar to previous year. No questions were asked from the states topic.
  • The Mathematics section was relatively easy yet lengthy, while the Physics and Chemistry were easy.
  • In chemistry, Organic had high weightage and most of the questions were from NCERT.
  • In Physics, 1 question was from Semiconductor. And it was the easiest part of the paper.

JEE Main January 24 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 2)

Mathematics – Moderately easy level. Most of the questions were direct. Questions included Integration, sets, and statistics topic. Calculus part was easy.

Physics – Easy level. 1 question was asked from semiconductor and wave part. Most of the questions were memory based as they were doable if NCERTs are covered properly. Overall Physics was easy and doable.

Chemistry – Easy level. Physical organic chemistry had more weightage and most of the questions were directly asked from the NCERT and everyday chemistry, IOC, and inorganic chemistry topics were also asked.

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 24 shift 2 by Akaash Institute

As per the experts of Akaash+ Byju's Institute, it was a paper of Easy to Moderate level. Physics was the easiest of the lot whereas Mathematics because of some lengthy calculations were considered to be moderate by many students. A detailed subject-wise analysis is given below.

Chemistry- The paper was by and large based on NCERT books and examples. The majority of the numerical-based questions were from Physical Chemistry and the remaining from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Overall the questions from the Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were more or less evenly distributed. Chemistry in everyday life was included in the paper. Questions from prominent chapters like coordination compounds, equilibrium, thermodynamics Redox reactions, Chemical bonding and Chemical Kinetics were asked. Overall coverage of the chapters was uniform. d-block and p-block had less weightage in the paper. A thorough study of the NCERT books, solving NCERT examples and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests.

Physics- According to a sizeable number of students, the Physics part was also of easy level. Questions from Optics, Waves and Modern Physics were duly represented in the paper. Around 3 to 4 questions from SHM, Three questions from Modern Physics and two questions. Electromagnetic Waves were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerals which were largely formula based. According to students XII Physics had more weightage on the paper. Archive questions were also there on the paper. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be an effective strategy.

Mathematics- The mathematics paper was moderate but slightly time taking due to the lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Vectors & 3D and Algebra were there. Coordinate Geometry was dominant in the paper. Almost all the topics were covered. Again practice through mock tests holds the key.

Overall it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the stipulated time. According to the student questions, Only MCQ and Integer types but Numerical value questions were not there in contrast to the previous year. The difficulty level-wise order according to a cross-section of students is

Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main 2023 paper analysis for January 24 shift 2 by FIITJEE

According to the exerts of FITJEE, the questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board and overall it was a balanced Paper.

In terms of difficulty- Mathematics was Moderate, Chemistry was Easy to Moderate, Physics was reported Easy amongst the three subjects. Overall, this paper was of Moderate level as per students.

  • Mathematics – Moderate. Weightage was given to chapters of Algebra- like Permutation & Combination, Progression & Series, Statistics, Complex Number, Binomial, Matrices, Determinants, Vectors & 3D Geometry. In Co-ordinate Geometry questions asked from Straight Lines & Circles. In Calculus -Differential Equations, Definite Integral & Functions. Few Numerical Based questions required lengthy calculations. This section was also tricky as per students.
  • Physics – Easy level. Questions asked from almost all chapters with few good questions from Work, Power & Energy, Wave Optics, Electrostatics, EM Waves, Modern Physics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Magnetism, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical based questions were easy. It was a balanced section.
  • Chemistry – Easy to Moderate level. Inorganic Chemistry was given less weightage as compared to Organic & Physical Chemistry. In Physical Chemistry questions were asked from Chemical Kinetics, Ionic Equilibrium, Atomic Structure. Organic Chemistry had questions from Amines, Aldehyde & Ketones, General Organic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry was tricky but from NCERT. Overall, this section was Easy to Moderate.

JEE Main 2023 January 24 shift 1 paper analysis

  • As per the IIT JEE Main students who appeared for today’s shift 1 JEE Main 2023 paper, the overall difficulty level was moderate.
  • The Mathematics section was lengthy and difficult, while the Physics and Chemistry was moderate to easy respectively.
  • In chemistry, Organic and inorganic had high weightage as compared to physical. Physical organic chemistry had more of numerical based questions.
  • Four questions were asked from Vector 3D, while one from Mathematics reasoning.
  • In Physics, more questions were asked from Semi conductor, POC, EM Waves.

JEE Main January 24 Analysis Subject Wise (Shift 1)

Mathematics – Moderately Tough level. 1 question was asked from reasoning, 1 question was asked from calculus. Maths had maximum questions from matrix and integration while a few were asked from 3D topic.

Physics – Moderate level. 4-5 questions were asked from semi conductor, POC, EM waves. Most of the questions were memory based as they were doable if NCERTs are covered properly. There were many questions from thermodynamics, semiconductors, and kinematics.

Chemistry – Easy level. Physical organic chemistry had more of numerical based questions. And most of the questions were directly asked from the NCERT.

JEE Main 2023 January 24 Shift 1 Analysis By Resonance

The overall difficulty level of JEE Mains January 24 shift 1 exam was Moderate. As per the experts of Resonance, out of all the three sections of JEE Mains January 24 shift 1 exam, Chemistry was on tougher side compared to that of Mathematics and Physics. Check the subject-wise analysis from below.

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January 24 Shift 1 Analysis By Resonance difficulty level

JEE Main 2023 January 24 shift 1 paper analysis by FITJEE

Questions covered almost all chapters of Class XI & XII CBSE Board. Balanced Paper as per students in terms of coverage of chapters. Students reported Paper Easier than Last Year.

In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics was Moderately Tough while Chemistry was moderate and Physics was easiest amongst the three subjects. Overall, this paper was of easier level as per students.

As per the students reaction, JEE Main January 24 shift 1 paper was easy in difficulty level. The Mathematics section was quite tough and lengthy while Chemistry section was moderate in difficulty level. Almost all the questions in Chemistry section were asked from NCERT. The Physics section was easy.

Mathematics – Moderate level- Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on Chapters of Algebra & Calculus. Questions asked from Determinants, 3D Geometry, Vectors, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Functions, Limits & Continuity, Definite Integrals, Area under Curves, Parabola, Ellipse & Circle. The Numerical Section had lengthy calculations. Few questions in MCQs were reported as Lengthy.

Physics – Easy level- Questions asked from Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity & Modern Physics, EM Waves, Laws of Motion, Semiconductors, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics. Numerical based questions were easy. Few fact-based questions from class XII chapters of NCERT were also asked.

Chemistry –Easy to Moderate level - Organic & Inorganic Chemistry had questions directly from NCERT Books. Numerical Based questions were mostly from Physical Chemistry. Questions asked from Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Co-ordination Compounds, Environmental Chemistry, Ionic Equilibrium. Few questions from Organic Chemistry were reported slightly tricky.

JEE Main 2023 January 24 Shift 1 Analysis By Vidyamandir Classes (VMC)

According to the experts of Vidyamandir Classes (VMC), the paper difficulty did not change, and it was on the same line as JEE Main 2022 paper was.

Physics: The Physics paper of shift 1 January 24, was more of a formula based paper and most of the questions were numerical based. There were more questions of Thermodynamics Semiconductor Kinematics in the Physics paper.
Chemistry: The Chemistry question paper of JEE Main shift 1 was mostly based on the Organic and Inorganic chemistry section while physical part was normal and doable.
Mathematics: The Mathematics section was bit difficult and lengthy, and most of the questions were from Vector 3D and Integration topic.

JEE Main 2023 January 24 shift 1 paper analysis by Aakash BYJU’S

As per the experts from Aakash+Byjus, the overall paper was easy to moderate level.

Mathematics: Students found that the Mathematics part was a bit lengthy but Moderate. 5 to 6 questions from Calculus were the main stay of the paper. There were not less than 5 questions from Algebra, 2 questions from Coordinate Geometry and 2 or 3 questions from Trigonometry. Chapters like Vectors, 3D Geometry and Probability too found representation in this paper.

Physics: Questions were set from covering all the topics. Students were tested on the simple level of applicability of concepts. Numericals were more in numbers than theoretical questions. Questions were from Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Optics, Magnetism, Modern Physics and other chapters. Those students who have thoroughly covered the syllabus of XI and XII along with sufficient problem-solving through similar types of practice tests will score nicely in this paper.

Chemistry: The chemistry part was on predicted lines. It was observed by Students that the physical portion was less as compared to Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. All the questions from Organic Chemistry were asked in MCQ form. The whole paper was NCERT based. Chemistry in everyday life, GOC, Aldehydes, Ketones and Biomolecules are the chapters from which a significant number of questions were asked.

JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Questions (Memory Based)

Q. Where is Notre Dame Cathedral?

Ans: Paris, France.

Q. Where does the President of the USA live?

Ans: The White House

Q. Which colour represents equality?

Ans: White

Q. Why is beam used in buildings?

Ans : Bemas are used as critical support or the main framework in buildings.

Q. Whose residence is Downing street?

Ans: Downing Street is the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

Q. Where is Bara Imambara located?

Ans : Lucknow

Q. A thin liquid film formed between a U-shaped wire and a light slider supports a weight of 1.5x 10-2 N. The length of the slider is 30 cm and its weight negligible. The surface tension of the liquid film is -

Ans: 0.025

Q. A boy can throw a stone up to a maximum height of 10m. The maximum horizontal distance that the boy can throw the same stone will be?

Ans: 20m

Q. If the line 2x=y=k passes through the point which divides the line segment joining the points (1,1) and (2,4) in the ratio 3:2, then k equals?

Ans: 6

Q. An equation of a plane parallel to the plane x-2y+2z-5=0 and at a unit distance from the origin is?

Ans: x-2y+2z-3=0

Planning

Q. Draw a highway road diagram with car and truck in opposite direction


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1. How to check JEE Main exam 2024 difficulty level?

Candidates have to check the JEE Main analysis to know the difficulty level.

2. What are the details required to download the JEE Main admit card 2024?

Candidates can download the JEE Main 2024 admit card through their application number and date of birth.

3. How to download JEE Main 2024 response sheet?

Candidates can download the JEE Main response sheet 2024 from the NTA official website after the conclusion of each session of the JEE exam.

4. Can I challenge JEE Main 2024 answer key?

Yes, candidates can challenge the provisional answer key from the official website before the last date.

5. How is the difficulty level of JEE Main exam?

The overall difficulty level of JEE Main exam is moderate to difficult. 

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Unfortunately it is impossible for you to get any good college ( whether government or private) with 64 percentile in jee mains. It is one of the toughest exam of India and its cutoff is also very high. I suggest you to take a drop and give your best for next attempt.

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Yes, you can repeat your 12th grade even after passing, including on the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE). There are several reasons why students choose to repeat a year, such as aiming for higher marks, switching to a different stream, or improving their subject knowledge for competitive exams.


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Yes, you can write the NIOS exam a year after passing 12th standard. There is no restriction on appearing for NIOS based on the gap since your previous 12th board exams.  NIOS qualification is perfectly acceptable for JEE Mains. You just need to meet the eligibility criteria, which includes passing 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. JEE Mains considers the year of your first attempt at 12th board exams (NIOS or any other board) to determine eligibility. You can only appear for JEE Mains for three consecutive years after that first attempt year.

Similar to JEE Mains, BITSAT also accepts NIOS qualifications. BITSAT eligibility is based on the year you passed or appeared for your 12th board exams (current year and previous year). So, you can appear for BITSAT the year you take the NIOS exam and the following year as well.

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With a 69 percentile in JEE Main, it is highly unlikely for your son to secure admission in IIT Bombay. Admission to IITs, including IIT Bombay, is based on the JEE Advanced exam, for which qualification through JEE Main is required. Generally, to qualify for JEE Advanced, candidates need to be in the top 2,50,000 ranks in JEE Main, which typically requires a higher percentile than 69.


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If you have taken a CBSE improvement exam and there is no explicit option to indicate this on the JEE Advanced application form, you should proceed by entering the details of your original CBSE board exam, including the year of passing and marks obtained. Alongside the application, you may need to submit supporting documents, such as a copy of your admit card or mark sheet indicating your appearance for the improvement exam. In case of any uncertainty or if you require further clarification, it's advisable to contact the JEE Advanced exam authorities directly


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 5 g of Na2SO4 was dissolved in x g of H2O. The change in freezing point was found to be 3.820C.  If Na2SO4 is 81.5% ionised, the value of x (Kf for water=1.860C kg mol−1) is approximately : (molar mass of S=32 g mol−1 and that of Na=23 g mol−1)
Option: 1  15 g
Option: 2  25 g
Option: 3  45 g
Option: 4  65 g  
 

 50 mL of 0.2 M ammonia solution is treated with 25 mL of 0.2 M HCl.  If pKb of ammonia solution is 4.75, the pH of the mixture will be :
Option: 1 3.75
Option: 2 4.75
Option: 3 8.25
Option: 4 9.25
 

CH_3-CH=CH-CH_3+Br_2\overset{CCl_4}{\rightarrow}A

What is A?

Option: 1

CH_3-CH(Br)-CH_2-CH_3


Option: 2

CH_3-CH(Br)-CH(Br)-CH_3


Option: 3

CH_3-CH_2-CH_2-CH_2Br


Option: 4

None


\mathrm{NaNO_{3}} when heated gives a white solid A and two gases B and C. B and C are two important atmospheric gases. What is A, B and C ?

Option: 1

\mathrm{A}: \mathrm{NaNO}_2 \mathrm{~B}: \mathrm{O}_2 \mathrm{C}: \mathrm{N}_2


Option: 2

A: \mathrm{Na}_2 \mathrm{OB}: \mathrm{O}_2 \mathrm{C}: \mathrm{N}_2


Option: 3

A: \mathrm{NaNO}_2 \mathrm{~B}: \mathrm{O}_2 \mathrm{C}: \mathrm{Cl}_2


Option: 4

\mathrm{A}: \mathrm{Na}_2 \mathrm{OB}: \mathrm{O}_2 \mathrm{C}: \mathrm{Cl}_2


C_1+2 C_2+3 C_3+\ldots .n C_n=

Option: 1

2^n


Option: 2

\text { n. } 2^n


Option: 3

\text { n. } 2^{n-1}


Option: 4

n \cdot 2^{n+1}


 

A capacitor is made of two square plates each of side 'a' making a very small angle \alpha between them, as shown in the figure. The capacitance will be close to : 
Option: 1 \frac{\epsilon _{0}a^{2}}{d}\left ( 1 - \frac{\alpha a }{4 d } \right )

Option: 2 \frac{\epsilon _{0}a^{2}}{d}\left ( 1 + \frac{\alpha a }{4 d } \right )

Option: 3 \frac{\epsilon _{0}a^{2}}{d}\left ( 1 - \frac{\alpha a }{2 d } \right )

Option: 4 \frac{\epsilon _{0}a^{2}}{d}\left ( 1 - \frac{3 \alpha a }{2 d } \right )
 

 Among the following compounds, the increasing order of their basic strength is
Option: 1  (I) < (II) < (IV) < (III)
Option: 2  (I) < (II) < (III) < (IV)
Option: 3  (II) < (I) < (IV) < (III)
Option: 4  (II) < (I) < (III) < (IV)
 

 An ideal gas undergoes a quasi static, reversible process in which its molar heat capacity C remains constant.  If during  this process the relation of pressure P and volume V is given by PVn=constant,  then n is given by (Here CP and CV are molar specific heat at constant pressure and constant volume, respectively)
Option: 1  n=\frac{C_{p}}{C_{v}}


Option: 2  n=\frac{C-C_{p}}{C-C_{v}}


Option: 3 n=\frac{C_{p}-C}{C-C_{v}}

Option: 4  n=\frac{C-C_{v}}{C-C_{p}}
 

As shown in the figure, a battery of emf \epsilon is connected to an inductor L and resistance R in series. The switch is closed at t = 0. The total charge that flows from the battery, between t = 0 and t = tc (tc is the time constant of the circuit ) is : 


Option: 1 \frac{\epsilon L }{R^{2}} \left ( 1 - \frac{1}{e} \right )
Option: 2 \frac{\epsilon L }{R^{2}}


Option: 3 \frac{\epsilon R }{eL^{2}}

Option: 4 \frac{\epsilon L }{eR^{2}}
 

As shown in the figure, a particle of mass 10 kg is placed at a point A. When the particle is slightly displaced to its right, it starts moving and reaches the point B. The speed  of the particle at B is x m/s. (Take g = 10 m/s2 ) The value of 'x' to the nearest is ___________.
Option: 1 10
Option: 2 20
Option: 3 40
Option: 4 15

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A career as a Transportation Engineer is someone who takes care of people's safety. He or she is responsible for designing, planning and constructing a safe and secure transportation system. The transportation sector has seen a huge transformation and is growing day by day and improving every day. 

As a Transport Engineer, he or she needs to solve complex problems such as accidents, costs, traffic flow, and statistics. A Transport Engineer also collaborates for projects with some other companies. 

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Loco Pilot

Loco Pilot's position is common to the Indian Railways under the Ministry of Railways in the country. A Loco Pilot is the individual needed to drive the trains and provide effective monitoring of the trains during transit. This is a senior position in the Indian Railways, and no applicant is employed directly as a Loco Pilot. The Indian Railways undertake entrance tests to recruit the Assistance Loco Pilots, who could then be promoted to the Loco Pilots Post or to other management positions.

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