JEE Main 2021 Analysis by Careers360 (April Soon)- Difficulty Level and Shift-wise Question Paper Analysis
JEE Main 2021 Analysis by Careers360- The online coaching platform Careers360 will release the JEE Main April analysis after the exam. Candidates can check the JEE Main 2021 exam analysis by Careers360 from this page for all days of the exam. The JEE Main 2021 analysis by Careers360 will be prepared by the subject experts of the institute. The JEE Main analysis contains information about the difficulty level of the exam, marks distribution for all topics of the three subjects, expected cutoff, and other information about the exam. Students must note that analysis is prepared based on the feedback of JEE Main questions from students as the JEE Main is conducted in online mode. Students can use the JEE Main 2021 analysis by Careers360 to get an idea about the expected cutoff and know their indicative qualifying status. More information about JEE Main analysis by Careers360 can be found in the article below
JEE Main Analysis 2021 by Careers360
The subject experts of Careers360 have released the analysis of NTA JEE Main 2021. Students can use the JEE Main 2021 analysis by Careers360 to know the difficulty level of the exam, expected cutoff, topics and marks distribution in all three subjects. The links for analysis of JEE Main 2021 by Careers360 will be available below as soon as it will be released by the institute.
JEE Main 2021 Analysis by Careers360 - April
JEE Main April 2021 Analysis will be updated on this page after the exam.
JEE Main 2021 Analysis by Careers360 - February 24 (Shift 2)
Mostly formula-based questions.
Easy than previous year’s question papers.
The syllabus from classes 11 and 12 was equally covered in the paper.
No difficulty in choosing the 5 out of 10 NAT questions.
3 questions directly from the Electronic devices (1 from the Logic gate, 1 from Zener Diode, ! from Transistor)
1 question from the error in the calculation of acceleration due to gravity in the time period of the simple pendulum.
1 question directly from the center of mass of the disc having a cavity.
Mathematics is tougher than rest two.
Some questions are directly theory-based.
Paper was of easy to moderate difficulty.
Paper was easier than the 24th Feb First shift.
Straightforward questions from theory given in NCERT.
The syllabus from classes 11 and 12 was almost equally covered in the paper.
The Paper was balanced and it was in line with the previous year's papers and contained questions from Chemistry in everyday life.
Paper was of easy to moderate difficulty.
Questions are twisted with their formula derivation
The basics of the concept are tested
The mixed concept is used to make questions difficult
Few questions were difficult to answer where students need the conceptual clarity
Previous Year JEE Main Analysis by Careers360
Students are also provided below the previous year's answer key and analysis of JEE Main by Careers360. The JEE Main analysis by Careers360 for the previous year will help students understand the exam pattern in past years. The answer key along with the question papers and JEE Main analysis will help to pacify the preparation for the exam. Students can check below the previous year's JEE Main analysis and answer key by Careers360.
JEE Main September 2020 Analysis by Careers 360
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JEE Main Paper 1 Paper Analysis - September 6, 2020
Careers360 's expert faculties have provided JEE Main September 6 exam analysis (Shift 1) for the students. According to the analysis, Maths paper is a bit lengthy with long calculations. Whereas the physics paper is more tricky and the chemistry paper is moderate.
To know the topics, questions asked and overall paper analysis, candidates may download the JEE Main 2020 exam analysis pdf by Careers360 for September 6.
The Difficulty level analysis of all the three subjects is given below-
Overall Analysis of JEE Main 2020 September 5 Shift 2
- The physics paper was a bit lengthy, so students reacted that paper was difficult. 3 questions were asked from the units electrostatics and also 3 from oscillation and waves
- Chemistry is easy and more than 1 questions were asked from the units coordiation compound, hydrogen, thermodynamics and some basic principle of chemistry.
- Maths paper is moderatel to difficult level with 4 questions from limits continuity and diffrentiability and 3 questions from coordinate geometry.
JEE Main Paper 1 Paper Analysis - September 3 , 2020
Overall, the difficulty level of the JEE Main 2020 shift one of September 3 was of moderate level. As per the student's reaction, the questions asked in the Physics section were difficult while the questions in Mathematics and Chemistry sections were of moderate level.
Physics - Most of the questions asked in the JEE Main 2020 Physics September paper were numerical based on equations and concept studied. A total of 25 questions were asked out of which 5 % were difficult, 5 % easy and rest were of moderate difficulty.
Chemistry - Out of 25 questions, 4% were difficult, 52% east and rest were of moderate level. The chemistry paper of JEE Main September 3 shdt one has given more weightage to physical chemistry.
Mathematics - Almost 64% of the questions asked in this section were of moderate difficulty level.
JEE Main Paper 1 Paper Analysis - September 2, 2020
According to the Careers360 's expert faculties, the JEE Main 2020 September 2 paper was of moderate level. The questions asked in the Physics section were easy compared to questions in the Maths and Chemistry section.
JEE Main September 2020 Answer Key by Careers 360
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|JEE Main 2020 September 3 answer key with solutions pdf (Shift 1)||Click Here|
|JEE Main 2020 September 4 answer key||Available soon|
|JEE Main exam (September 5) Shift 2||Click Here|
|JEE Main (September 6) Shift 1||Click Here|
JEE Main 2019 Answer Key and Solutions by Careers360
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JEE Main Answer Key 2019 by Careers360
JEE Main 2019 Answer Key by Careers360 (January Session)
JEE Main 2019 Date-wise Paper Analysis
Candidates can check below the JEE Main analysis by Careers360 for all shifts and dates conducted during January 8 to 12, 2019.
JEE Main 2019 Analysis for January 12
JEE Main 2019 Analysis for January 11
JEE Main 2019 Analysis for January 10
JEE Main 2019 Analysis for January 9
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Hello My name is Venkatesh I got 90.3 percentile in JEE 2021 and I belongs to SC Caste can I get best NIT whatever I want.
Based on last year analysis... According to your JEE MAIN 2021 percentile and category some of the NITs in which you would have possibility of getting a seat are the following
For further information you may visit in the JEE MAIN 2021 college predictor link given below
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Class 10th aur 12th me 4 saal ka gap hai agar toh kya jee advanced me baith sakte hain....matlab maine jee mains 2021 february aur march wala diya hai lekin ab class 11th aur class 12th phir repeat kar raha hoon toh kya jee advanced do saal baad de skte hain 12th appearing me 2023
The upper age limit to appear for JEE Advanced is 25 years. A candidate can appear for JEE Advanced for two consecutive years from the year of passing in the qualifying examination. Suppose that if you have passed 10+2 in the year 2021, you can appear for JEE Advanced 2021 and JEE Advanced 2022. If you repeat class 11th and class 12th you can again appear for JEE Advanced for two consecutive years provided you must qualify in JEE Main in the respective year. As there is not bar on gap in education between class 10th and class 12th you can appear for JEE Main and JEE Advanced provided you must fulfill the eligibility criteria.
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Can I qualify for JEE Advanced 2021 with 95.8 percentile in JEE Main 2021?
Which category do you belong to?
JEE mains 2021 expected qualifying CUT OFF percentile is given below for different categories on the basis of past year trends :
. . JEE MAIN CUT OFF PERCENTILE
Category jeemain2020 jeemain2021 expected off
General :- 90.3765335 90-95
GEN-EWS :- 70.2435518 70 -75
OBC-NCL :- 72.8887969 70 -75
SC :- 50.1760245 50 -55
ST :- 39.0696101 40 - 45
PwD :- 0.0618524 1- 2
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Even if you belong to general category then with 95.8 percentile you hold a good chance to qualify jee main and be eligible for jee advanced as from above it is clear that in 2020, qualifying cutoff for general category was 90.3765335 and jee main 2021 expected qualifying cut off percentile is 90-95 percentile.
To have a personalised report on your chances of getting a college you can go through our college predictor, it will give you complete list of colleges which you can get on the basis of the category you belong to, your home state, your gender etc, the link for jee main college predictor is provided below
sir I got 59 percentile in jee main. can I get any government colleges for admission???
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You haven't mention your category, It is important to mention the category because different category have different cutoffs. Assuming that you are from General Category According to your percentile your rank is between 385534 - 264383 At this rank it is very difficult to get seat in any government colleges. To get seat in Government colleges your rank is under 30K But your rank is too high for getting any government colleges. No worries there are some colleges that you may get at this rank.
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Which college will I get in pmsss by 383 marks in 12th and 60 percentiles in jee for CSE.
see cutoff score fluctuate every year and it depends on certain determining colleges like number of applicants, questions difficulty level, seat matrix, students category and so on. however at this percentile it would be difficult to secure any government institute for cse stream since computer science is most demanding stream right now. however you may check the list of colleges under prime minister special scholarship scheme (pmsss) as follows:
To know about complete list of probable college name, based on your score, category please use Careers360 college predictor tool,