JEE Main 2021 Student Reactions (OUT for Shift 1 and 2) – March 16,17,18 Paper 1
JEE Main 2021 Student Reactions (Paper 1 & 2) - Candidates can now check the student reactions for JEE Main 2021 March 18 shift 1 and shift 2. JEE Main 2021 student reactions for March 16 and 17 are also available on the page. Candidates can also check the pre and post-exam student reactions for the JEE Main 2021 February from this page. National Testing Agency has conducted the JEE Main 2021 from March 16 to 18. JEE Main shift 1 exam timings was- 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and Shift 2 timings was 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. JEE Main 2021 paper consists of questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Careers360 brings to you the live coverage from the JEE test centres as well as how the students prepared for the JEE Main exam in wake of the changed pattern. Candidates are advised to reach the exam centre before the official timing since there were strong security checks and frisking. As per JEE Main exam guidelines, no items such as watches, calculators, mobile phones and more are allowed inside the examination centre. Paper 2 of JEE Main consisted of Mathematics, General Aptitude and Drawing (B.Arch) or Planning (B.Planning) while Paper 1 is being held for B.Tech courses.
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JEE Main 2021 Student Reactions - March
Here, candidates can check the student reactions for JEE Main March 2021 exam for all the shifts. JEE Main student reactions include the review of students related to the overall difficulty level of the exam, section-wise difficulty level, topics asked, etc. Check the JEE Main 2021 March session student reactions here.
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JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 18 Shift 2 (Post Exam)
Abhishek- This was my second attempt. The paper was more challenging than expected. The physics section was had several numerical based questions. Chemistry was easy and mathematics section was moderate. Overall, the paper was not tough but a little challenging.
Anurag- This was my first attempt. I found the paper moderate. Mathematics section was a little tough for me. Mathematics had several from calculus. Chemistry was easy and mostly from NCERT/ Physics was moderate.
Shailendra- I also appeared in February session and this session was comparatively tough for me. Physics was mostly numerical-based. Chemistry section had most of the question from organic and inorganic chemistry. Mathematics was moderate. I found the paper a little tough but did better from the first attempt.
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 18 Shift 1 (Post Exam)
Harsh- I also appeared in the February session and this session was very easy. The chemistry was the easiest section and Mathematics was a little tough not very much. According to me, the paper was easy.
Shreyansh- This attempt was better; I had an 88 percentile score in the previous session. This paper went well. Mathematics section was time taking; chemistry was easy and the Physics section has more theoretical questions. I consider the paper as easy.
Rahul- This was my first attempt. The paper was easy. Some topics asked in Mathematics were circles, matrices, determinants, etc.
Somer- I appeared for Feb attempt. This paper was very easy as compared to the last session. The chemistry section was easiest and Mathematics was lengthy. The Mathematics section has many questions from Circles.
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 18 Shift 1 (Pre Exam)
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 17 Shift 2 (Post Exam)
Vansh- It was my second attempt; I appeared for Feb session also. I found the Maths section much tougher than the previous session. Some asked topics in Physics were Logic gates, Work, power, and energy. Some of Maths topics were integration, differentiation. Chemistry had questions from organic and inorganic chemistry. I am aiming for IIT Bombay.
Shresth- I am from CBSE Board. I attempted for Feb session also. In this session, Maths was lengthy; Chemistry was NCERT-based and Physics was ok. Topics asked in Physics were rotational motion, thermodynamics, etc. Maths topics were Conic sections and straight lines.
Harsh- I am from CBSE Board. I attempted for Feb 25 exam before. Maths was tough today; Physics was easy and Chemistry was also easy. Topics of Physics were gravitation, distance, kinematics.
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 17 Shift 2 (Pre Exam)
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 17 Shift 1 (Post Exam)
Harshit- My paper went better than the February session. In the last session, I had a 90 percentile score. Maths section lengthy and I found Chemistry and Physics as easy. Questions in Maths included 3D, Probability, Comic sections. In Chemistry, the inorganic part was more. The overall difficulty level of the exam was easy to moderate and I found it easier than the Feb session.
Vansh- It was my first attempt. My Maths section did not go well. Physics and Chemistry were good.
Tanmay- I am from CBSE Board. It was the second attempt. Maths was tough; Physics and Chemistry were easy. The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. Some of the questions of Maths were from Sequence and Series, finding inverse. Physics topics asked in the exam were Magnetic effect, Electric current, Alternating current.
Ritika- I am from CBSE Board. I appeared for the Feb session also and this session was easy compared to the previous session. The easiest section was Chemistry and the toughest for me was Physics.
Neha- I am from CBSE Board. I also appeared for the previous session. March session exam was easier as compared to the previous one. Chemistry has more weightage to inorganic Chemistry.
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 17 Shift 1 (Pre Exam)
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 16 Shift 2 (Post Exam)
Akshat- I am from CBSE Board. It was my second attempt. I found the Maths section as the toughest. The chemistry section has more weightage to organic and inorganic and less weightage to physical chemistry. Physics was ok.
Harsh- I am from CBSE Board. It was my first attempt; I found the paper as tough. The most difficult section was Maths and Chemistry was the easiest. Topics asked in Maths included Limits, Probability, etc.
Aman- I am from CBSE Board. I attempted for February attempt also and that session exam was easier as compared to the March session. I found Maths as the toughest section. Numerical value questions were very tough.
Abhishek- Chemistry was easy. Physics and Maths were difficult.
Nischal- I appeared for the February session. March session was hard as compared to the previous session. I found Maths as the toughest section.
JEE Main 2021 March 16 Shift 2- Pre Exam Student's Reaction
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - March 16 Shift 1 (Post Exam)
Agastya- I am from CBSE Board. This was my second attempt. I was more prepared this time so my exam went better this time. My Physics section went well; Chemistry also went well but Maths was a little tough. Some of the topics asked in Maths were Matrices and Determinants, Comic Sections, Probability, etc. Numerical value questions were of moderate level and about the overall difficulty level of the exam; I would say the exam was of moderate difficulty level.
Dhruv- This was my second attempt. The paper was of moderate difficulty level. As for me, Physics was the toughest section, and Chemistry as usual was the easiest section. I found that the level of the exam was a little up as compared to the February session exam.
Kaushal- This is my second attempt, I appeared for the February attempt. My performance in the exam is better than in the February session. I studied through online classes. I paid more attention to Physics as I was not able to perform well in the section in the previous attempt.
Guneet- This was my second attempt. The chemistry was the easiest and I found Physics tougher.
JEE Main 2021 March 16 Shift 1- Pre Exam Student's Reaction
JEE Main 2021 Student Reactions - February
Here we have compiled the student reactions for JEE Main 2021 February session exam related to the difficulty level, type of questions asked, topics asked, weightage, etc. Candidates can check the JEE Main 2021 student reactions here.
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - February 26 Shift 1
Keshav from Delhi, "I analysed and compared to other shifts was easy. Mathematics was easy but lengthy, Physics was easy chemistry was moderate. In Chemistry, inorganic p-block was dominating and from physics, weightage was equal from all chapters. In Mathematics, questions were asked from Geometry, 3D etc., Overall examination was easy. I think the cutoff may be high. I would like to go to any NIIT CS branch.@
According to Pooja, "In physics, Questions came from the 12th class like electrostatic and electric fields and the rest came from mostly the 11th class. The chemistry was moderate and the organic topics came and in-organic topis also asked. Maths was moderate and the overall exam was moderate."
Shaiyam from Pratap Nagar, " the exam was moderate it was my 1st attempt. Mathematics and Physic were difficult. The chemistry was easy and questions came from 11th and 12th mostly. In Physics, dominating topics were Gravitation and rotational motion."
Himanshu Yadav, " I felt Mathematics was hard. In Maths, there was ono question that came from logical reasoning. Four questions asked from the Differential equation. The Chemistry was easy and Maths was moderate."
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - February 25 Shift 2 Exam
Neha said that this was my 1st attempt. Questions in Physics were asked from true retention, mass chemical chemistry etc., numerical values were a bit difficult and the overall exam was difficult for me a bit.
Another student told that Physics and Chemistry were moderate but math was tough. Integration topic asked in math. Physics and chemistry questions were based on the NCERT syllabus. He expects 120 - 150 marks. Overall the exam was a moderate level examination.
According to Rajesh, "Physics was was normal and In Chemistry, the organic topic was asked mostly. Structures in Mathematics paper was lengthy but the paper was moderate I want to try IIT Bombay, If get good marks."
Nitin," the exam was moderate and Physics was a little bit difficult in the numerical part. The chemistry was easy and Maths was moderate. Overall paper was moderate."
Ritesh, " In physics, numerical type questions were asked and it was tough for me to solve and Chemistry was easy. In Mathematics, graph type questions were asked a lot and numerical value question were easy. Overall paper was moderately difficult."
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - February 25 Shift 1 Exam
Ajay- Paper was moderate in difficulty. Physics was fine and had questions on topics like the Magnetic field. Chemistry had many questions from Organic Chemistry. It was my first attempt and I am aiming for NITs.
Shaily Singh- The paper of moderate difficulty. Chemistry had more questions on Organic. Maths had topics like Probability.
Vaishnavi- Paper as easy. The physics section had more questions from Class 11th topics. Topics in Maths included Probability, Matrices, etc.
Prince- It was my first attempt. The Paper was easy and had questions directly from NCERT. Physics had questions from all topics and all questions were easy. In Chemistry, more weightage was given to Class 11th questions.
Anurag- It was my first attempt. Physics was easy; some of the topics were Current, Electricity, Thermodynamics. I found the Organic part in Chemistry tough. Maths section was a little calculative and lengthy.
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - February 24 Shift 2 Exam
Ajay- Paper was easy. Mathematics was very easy and Chemistry was also easy. Physics was tough and lengthy. Physics has questions on topics like Optics, Semiconductors, etc. Chemistry had direct questions from NCERT. This was my first attempt. I am aiming to get admission to IIT Bombay.
Aditya Singh- This was my first attempt. The Paper was fine. Physics was of moderate difficulty level. Topics asked in Physics included Optics, Electricity, etc. Inorganic Chemistry had more weightage in the exam. I found Maths as the toughest section. I will say the overall difficulty level of the exam is moderate.
Garima Yadav- Physics was a little tough; Chemistry was moderate and Maths was a little above moderate. The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. I am aiming for admission to top NITs.
Suhani- I am from the CBSE board and it was my first attempt. The Paper was fine; Physics was tough and had many numerical. Maths was also tough. The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to tough.
JEE Main Paper 1 Student Reactions - February 24 Morning Shift Post Exam
Sachin Yadav - This was my first attempt and the difficulty level was moderate. Physics section was good with questions on topics including wavelength, atoms and nuclei. Questions on reactions from Organic Chemistry were more in number in Chemistry section while numerical questions were tough. Mathematics was quite hard with well-distributed questions. I expect a score around 160-180.
Sushant Rao - This was my first attempt and it went average for me. Overall difficulty level of JEE Main paper 1 on day 1 shift 1 was easy to moderate. Physics and Mathematics were moderately difficult while the Chemistry section was tough. There were more numerical questions s compared to theoretical ones.
Aditya - This was my first attempt for JEE Main on day 1 shift 1. The exam was easy but due to level of preparation, it was average for me. Physics section was moderate and Chemistry was easier. Topics like Young's double slit, Ray Optics and Wave Optics were asked in Physics. In chemistry, most questions were from inorganic and integrals in Mathematics.
Rijul Sharma - This was my first attempt on JEE Main February 24 and the exam went quite well. I'll try to give my 100% in the next attempt of JEE Main 2021. The toughest section was Chemistry because of more organic chemistry and equation based questions. The easiest one was Physics with medium level numericals. Even Mathematics questions weer lengthy.
Aarav - This was my first attempt and I expect a score between 150-200. in Physics, more questions from class 11 topics were asked including Kinematics, but was relatively easy. For chemistry section, questions from organic were less and more theory based questions like metallurgy. Electrochemistry and solutions were having a few numerical type questions. Mathematics was relatively difficult with integration and complex numbers.
JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 Student Reactions- February 24 Shift 1 Pre-Exam
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Students Entering the Exam Centre
Sahil - JEE main 2021 February session was his first attempt. He appeared for this attempt on the basis of self study and is planning to join coaching for further attempts. He is more confident with Mathematics and expects a better score.
JEE Main 2021 B.Arch/B.Plan - February 23
Manav Varma - He is from New Delhi and studied the CBSE board. He mainly focuses on getting admission to B.Tech. He added that the mathematics section has 20 questions in the 1st section and 10 questions in the 2nd set. Aptitude has 50 questions and Drawing has two questions. According to him, Maths and Aptitude section was tough and the Drawing section was moderate. He didn't face any technical glitches during the exam.
Bradham - He studied the CBSE board and he appeared for the B.Plan exam. He added that he found the exam was a little bit hard for him. Questions came from Reasoning, Mathematical and certain planing based questions. According to him, the more difficult section was Maths, 2nd toughest was Aptitude (Logical Reasoning) and lastly Planning (General questions). The overall difficulty level was moderate to difficult.
Aditya - He said that he appeared for the B.Arch exam and he felt Mathematics was fine, Drawing was easy and Aptitude was manageable. He attempted aptitude and drawing part very well. Overall the difficulty level was moderate.
Akshit Kapoor - I have prepared for all B.Arch, B.Plan and B.Tech exams without any coaching. I think my Physics and Chemistry are strong areas.
Vinitendra - I am preparing for the B.Planning exam for the last three months. I am quite confident that I will be able to clear the exam.
JEE Main 2021 February 23 Shift 2- Dress code, Guidelines, Centre Arrangement
Previous Year JEE Main Student Reactions
Forenoon Session 2020 Paper 1 (September 6)
As per the reaction of students, in Chemistry, questions came from chemical bonding, coordination compound, Physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry
In Physics, questions came from Optics, modern physics, electrostatics, magnetism, current electricity, EM waves, heath, and thermodynamics, Most of the numerical were from class 11, and from 12 mostly theory part was asked. In Maths, questions came from calculus, trigonometry, algebra, coordinate geometry, 3D. The 3D question were very hard.
Aalok: The exam was moderately difficult and the easiest section was Chemistry with more weightage in Organic Chemistry. Mathematics was the toughest a bit lengthy with more questions on calculus, 3D geometry. Mechanics part in Physics was more interesting.
Sneha: JEE Main exam was good with a combination of tough and moderate. Questions were distributed with equal weightage to all the topics. More questions in Mathematics were expected from AP-GP while more from calculus, trigonometry and 3D geometry were asked.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 1 (September 5)
Check the student reactions for JEE Main September 5 Shift 2-
Anu: This was my fourth attempt and this time, there was much difference with the level of difficulty. Physics was moderate and Chemistry was the easiest.
Ayush: The exam can not be regarded as easy or difficult as there were easy questions and tough ones as well. Questions in mathematics section required lengthy calculations.
Shubham - 'I think I did well. For me, Mathematics was the hardest because I had not studied for it. Physics had some tricky questions and Chemistry was easy. I think I have chances of getting a decent score.'
- According to student reactions, the level of the paper was difficult.
- Chemistry section was easy like previous days, however, some of the questions were tricky. There were more theory-based questions.
- Physics section was moderate to difficult having numerical questions from Class 11th topics. Some of the questions in the section were very tricky.
- Questions in the Maths section required lengthy calculations. Some of the topics asked were vectors, 3D geometry, matrices, complex numbers, integration, calculus and coordinate geometry.
Check some student reactions for the first shift of JEE Main September 5 exam
Meenu: The question paper was difficult but I was able to attempt and solve the questions. Physics and Mathematics were tough sections as compared to Chemistry.
Aman: The exam went good for me and Physics was the toughest of all. Mathematics and Chemistry sections were moderately difficult.
Sachin: The questions asked in Physics section were direct but there were least from theory and more application based. Chemistry was the most easy for me. Mathematics section required more calculations.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 1 (September 4)
Megha - Physics was moderate; I attempted 20 questions while maths and chemistry was quite easy. Many questions asked in the exam were from the previous year.
Aman- According to me the paper was quite lengthy and time consuming. I found the mathematics and physics section moderately difficult while the chemistry section was easy for me.
Shweta - Chemistry was moderately difficult for me while physics was tough and time consuming.
Ayush- This was my second attempt for JEE Main. Maths and Chemistry were easier while Physics was moderate to difficult. The exam was quite hard as compared to the previous attempt.
As per the student reactions for JEE Main September 4 exam, following can be said-
- As per the candidates, paper was of moderate difficulty level.
- Most of the students found, Physics section a bit difficult. As per the students, questions in the section were tricky.
- Like other days, Chemistry was the easiest section and had many questions from NCERT.
- Mathematics was moderate in difficulty level.
Let's check some student reactions for the JEE Main September 4 first shift exam-
Mohit- “ The questions that were asked in Mathematics were very time consuming and required a lot of calculations. Also Physics questions were tough and some of them could not be understood.”
Dinesh- The overall JEE main 2020 question paper was moderately difficult. He added, “ In the Chemistry section, the questions were relatively easy to understand and were pretty much straight forward. Maths was average and Physics was most difficult.”
Mahima - The questions in the Physics section were difficult to answer. Some of the questions were quite ambiguous and the options also did not seem very right. Chemistry was easy while Mathematics was difficult.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 1 (September 3)
Ashish- Chemistry part was quite simple and all the questions were asked from NCERT. As per his analysis physics part was quite tricky and lengthy while mathematics section was moderate to difficult.
Ankit- “Mathematics part was quite lengthy while physics section had tricky questions from kinematics. Chemistry was easy to moderate and questions were easy to understand.
Manisha- The overall difficulty level was moderate. She added, “Most of the questions were asked from previous years. In the mathematics section most of the questions were asked from vectors.”
As per the student reactions for JEE Main September 3 exam first shift, following can be said-
- The overall question paper was easy but questions were a little tricky.
- Most of the question were asked in Chemistry from chemical bonding and coordination compounds.
- Students found the maths section easy than January 2020 JEE Main exam.
- One student reported that the difficulty level of physics was easy to moderate.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 1 (September 2)
Himanshu- The exam was of moderate difficulty level but I was unable to manage time properly. The question asked on Kinetics was easy but I was not able to attempt it due to time. I found Maths to a bit tough as compared to my last attempt. The chemistry section was easy. Almost two to three questions were asked from vectors. The authorities have taken all the precautionary measure. Sanitizers are made available in the washroom.
Anshul - I am from CBSE Board. The chemistry section was easy and Physics was of moderate level.
Pankaj - I found Physics section to be a bit tough as compared to other sections. Overall, the exam was of moderate difficulty level.
Vishal - "Overall the exam was good but I found Physics to be on a tougher side as compared to other sections. Physics paper had more of numerical based questions. In the Chemistry section, most of the questions were theoretical based. Only a few numerical based questions were asked. All the COVID-19 guidelines were followed inside the exam centre. Social distancing was well maintained."
Raman - "This was my second attempt. Physics was tough while Maths was moderate. In Chemistry three to four questions were asked from organic. I managed to do 12 questions in Chemistry."
Taksh Yadav - "I am from CBSE Board. I did not face any problem as all the guidelines were followed. I found Maths section to be a bit tough while the other two sections were easy. In Physics, questions were asked from almost all the topics.
Deepanshu - "I have dropped a year. Most of the questions were asked from class 12th syllabus. I have attempted 63 questions out of 75. In Maths, questions were asked from coordinate geometry. Almost 8 to 9 questions were asked from calculus.
Another student who appeared for the forenoon shift said that overall the exam was of a moderate difficulty level. Physics was the toughest of all while Chemistry was very easy. In Chemistry, almost 3 to 4 questions were directly from NCERT. In Maths, two questions were sequence and series. There was no technical glitch and social distancing was well maintained. He is targeting NIT Trichi.
Anshul - Due to the lockdown, I was unable to continue my coaching. I have taken online classes and done self-study to prepare for the exam. I think I can score well in Maths and Chemistry. I have no problem in giving the exam, security and all precautions should be taken.
Bhavya - I am from CBSE Board. I attended a coaching institute for four months. I believe that we have to make sure that social distancing is maintained. Chemistry is my strong section.
Narveer - I am from CBSE Board. I have done self-study for the JEE Main 2020 exam. Mathematics is my strong section. According to me, the authorities have taken a right decision to conduct the exam.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 2 (September 1)
Himanshu: I found Mathematics to be the toughest section. Most of the questions asked in this section were from Integration, Area-bounded, Differentiation. I did not face any problem in writing the exam. All the COVID-19 guidelines were followed inside the JEE Main exam centre.
Satish Kumar: I found the Mathematics section to be tricky and tough. Aptitude was easiest of all and most of the questions were to tell about the top-view. Covid-19 guidelines were followed inside the exam hall.
Sachin - The overall difficulty level of the JEE Main B.Arch paper was moderate. The drawing and Aptitude sections were easy, however, the Maths section was quite tough. There were a total of 5 numerical value questions that were asked from topics such as hyperbola, measurements and three-dimensional geometry. All the guidelines were followed inside the JEE Main exam centre.
Ishu Goel - General Aptitude section had maximum questions regarding the top-view; other topics were to find correct elevation, odd figures, etc. The drawing was not very easy as I am not very good at it. All the social distancing norms were followed, thermal scanning was done, students were not allowed to leave the exam centre altogether.
Lakshya Sharma - "I have prepared for the JEE Main 2020 B.Arch exam all by myself and feels that I can score well in the analysis section. Since I have already been COVID positive and recovered, I have no problem in appearing for the exam during the pandemic".
Ketan - 'I had dropped a year after 12th standard to prepare for JEE Main. This is my second attempt. I think the Aptitude and Mathematics section will be my strong point. I feel like the exam should have been postponed but then again one year would have gone to waste.'
Gaurav - "I have prepared for the exam from a coaching institute and I am comfortable with all the sections. I am a bit nervous. I did not face any problem in reaching the JEE Main exam centre."
Aayushi - 'I have attempted the January session exam too. I feel that my reasoning is strong so I am confident. I have no problem with the exam but I am scared about the atmosphere due to COVID-19. I am quite scared about going inside the centre'.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 1 (January 9)
Rohit "Physics was the toughest section according to me but the paper was of moderately difficult. Algebra, Continuity and Differentiation had more weightage in the Mathematics section."
Sneha "The exam was of moderate difficulty level. In the Physics section the class 11 topics were a bit tough. Overall the exam was very easy."
Pranav "My exam went just fine. I found Physics to be the most difficult section. The weightage was evenly distributed but in Physics section a lot of questions were from class 11 syllabus."
Ritika "The exam was very easy. All the three sections were very easy, but the exam was a bit lengthy. Some of the topics from the syllabus were completely untouched and some carried more weightage."
Sanya "The exam was okay, not very difficult and definitely not easy. Physics was the toughest section. I am dicey about some questions so I cannot predict my marks as of now.
Agam "My exam went fine. Physics was the most difficult section, however, Mathematics and Chemistry were very easy. I am expecting around 150 marks."
Tushar "The paper was just fine. Mathematics section was very easy. Physics on the other hand was the toughest section. Chemistry was as usual from the NCERT syllabus. I have attempted all questions in the Mathematics section. Vector had 2 questions, rest all chapters had one one questions. The paper was evenly balanced in terms of syllabus. I have attempted 60 questions and I expect to get 160-170 marks. There were no technical glitches in the exam but my system was a little slow."
Chandraprakash "The exam was okay. The paper had moderate difficulty level. Mathematics was the toughest section for me, Physics and Chemistry were moderate. I am expecting near about 150 marks. I hope to get admission in any of the NITs.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 1 (January 8)
Shivani- Paper was good. I found Mathematics a bit lengthy. I was not able to attempt Physics completely and Chemistry was good. Questions asked in Chemistry were completely based on NCERT. Maximum questions were theoretical. I expect to score between 150-200 marks.
Priya - Paper was very nice. Chemistry was the easiest, Mathematics was also easy and Physics was a bit tougher. The paper had 50% numerical questions. I expect to score 150 marks.
Vicky- The paper was easy. Mathematics and Chemistry was very easy. Physics was easy to moderate. Mathematics include questions from co-ordinate geometry. In chemistry, three questions were from co-ordination compounds. Very less questions were asked from Modern Physics and Optics. I expect to score around 150. I am targeting for DTU, NSUT.
Jaimala- The exam was very nice. For me, Physics was difficult and Chemistry was very easy. I attempted 22 questions in Chemistry. I expect to score 200 marks.
Khushi: The paper was fine and I am hoping for the best. For me, Mathematics was disappointing as I consider it as my strongest subject but my performance was not up to the mark. I am expecting to score above 100.
Pratyush: The paper was fine. I expect to score about 50% marks i.e 150 marks in the exam. Questions asked in the exam were not that difficult but were time consuming. Physics was my best section of the exam and I expect to score the most in the section.
Ayushman: The Paper was moderate in difficulty level. I found Physics a bit tough and Mathematics & Chemistry were easy. Questions based on Calculus in Mathematics were pretty easy and according to me questions based on Algebra were difficult. I expect to score above 200. I hope to get admission in NITs, IIITs.
Sai: The paper was fine and I expect to score 144 marks. I found Physics as the most difficult subject in the exam. Questions in Physics from Class 11 were easy but questions asked from Class 12th syllabus were very difficult. Mathematics was very and Chemistry was moderate in difficulty.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 1 (January 7)
Bhavya: The paper was moderately difficult but for me it was very difficult as I did not cover all the topics while preparations. The Physics section had questions from Thermodynamics. I have no expectations at all.
Archit: I am from ICSE board. My paper went good, maybe not very good, but it is okay. The paper was of moderate diffiiculty level but I felt it was really lengthy. Chemistry was the easiest section among all. Chemistry mostly had questions from inorganic chemistry. One or two questions were asked from Thermodynamics in the Physics section. I hope to get admission in one of the NITs.
Jahnvi: The exam went really good. The paper was not very difficult. I felt it was easier than the last year paper. Chemistry was the easiest section and Mathematics was the most difficult among all the 3 sections. I am expecting to get more than 200 marks.
Divyank: My paper went really good. Overall it was a balanced paper, Mathematics was a bit difficult and Chemistry was very easy. Physics had questions evenly distributed from all the topics. Mathematics had questions mainly from class 12 syllabus. I am expecting around 120-130 marks. I am setting my expectations low. I hope I get admission in any of the IITs or NITs.
Vansh: The paper was difficult but some sections were easy. The paper had 2 sections section A and B. The numerical value questions were a bit difficult but as there was no negative marking for them I attempted all of them.
Rishiraj: The paper was good. Physics was the toughest section and Chemistry was the easiest. I managed to complete all the questions in the test.
Deepika: My exam went really well. The paper was of moderate difficulty level, however, the Mathematics section was a bit difficult, Chemistry was very easy and Physics was of average difficulty level. Chemistry section mainly had questions from Organic Chemistry. I attempted total 10 numerical value questions.
Hardik: I am from CBSE board. Mathematics was the toughest section among all 3 sections. Each section had 25 questions.
JEE Main Student Reactions 2020 Paper 2 (January 6)
Dhruv Sharma - "I attempted both B.Arch and B.Planning. The paper was quite easy and of moderate difficulty."
Rishib - "For me, the paper was fine. Drawing was a tough section and Maths was easy. Numerical questions were easy and I was able to solve 2 or 3 out of five. General aptitude was also tough."
Pranjli from CBSE board thinks the paper was of moderate level. Aptitude and drawing was easy while Maths was tough. Drawing sections had questions like drawing of portrait and aesthetic values of equilateral triangles and all. Aptitude was easy."
Lokesh - “The paper was average. I attempted B.Arch examination. Mathematics was of average difficulty and no section was tough. The entire paper was not very tough and I could attempt all questions.
Harshita - “The exam was good. I appeared for only B.Arch paper. In the General Aptitude section, there were questions such as explaining 3D image, viewing the structure of a building from the top and we have to match it with the options. Mathematics questions were quite easy. Overall difficulty level of the exam was average. I think I will clear the examination.”
Arushi Dua - “The exam was good. Mathematics and aptitude was of moderate difficulty but the drawing section was tough for me. In the drawing section, there were side views, top views and mirror images questions. Mathematics has questions from area under the graphs and vectors. I am expecting 200 marks.”
Abiral - “I attempted B.Arch paper. Mathematics was a bit tricky but not tough. Coordinate Geometry and Sets & Probability questions were there in the paper. General aptitude had questions on mental ability and there were only a few questions from theories. In the drawing section, we had to draw a gymnast and then use cylinders to make a composition. The paper was between moderate to easy. I am expecting to score around 60% to 70%”
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Jee main application form 2022 expected release date is in January 2022 as CSAB 2021 counselling will get over in December 2021. This is mere expectation.So, for updates please keep an eye on your official website i. e jeemain. nta . nic . in
Once the application form gets released, you can fill the jee mains application form in online mode following the given below steps -
----------) registration :- first of all visit the official website of jee mains i. e jeemain. nta . nic . in then you need to register using your name, mobile number and email id to generate your login credentials
----------) then fill your details in the application form :- you need to fill details like your personal details, parents details, your academic details .
----------) and after that you need to go for uploading your following documents
----------) then pay the application fee
----------) Take a printout of the confirmation page.
You will have the option to apply for one Session or more than one Session i. e 2 or 3 or all the 4 sessions together and pay the fee accordingly i. e the number of sessions you apply for multipled by fee for one session for your category. Or you can apply for each session separately as application window gets opened for each session.
For detailed step by step information visit https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/how-to-fill-jee-main-application-form
If I tell you about exam dates then
In ideal condition, the 4 sessions of jee main are conducted in February, march, April and May respectively . So, for tentative examination schedule for all the four sessions of jee main 2022 is provided below :-
1st session - February 2022
2nd session - March 2022
3rd session - April 2022
4th session - May 2022
For exact dates, we need to wait for the notice from NTA
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You should focus on your jee main 2022 preparation following the below tips:-
Go through the chapters well, focus on concepts
Practice chapterwise questions
Follow a time table
solve at least previous 10 year jee main question papers as concept behind the question often gets repeated in the examination so it will be of great help in your preparation ,
go through mock test papers as it will let you know your preparation level and and weak areas so that you can work on them and perform well in your examination.
To help you in your preparation we have jee main knockout for you for which link is given below:-
can I get blueprint of JEE MAINS 2022 for b.tech courses?
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if I get 750 in ipe and 60 marks in jee mains can I get cse in sastra
Dear Aspirant, according to your IPE marks you are qualified to get admission in Sastra University as it requires 980+ marks. But you have got 60 marks in JEE Mains and your percentile ranges between 80-82 percentile almost but to get CSE in Sastra University the minimum percentile is 95. Don't loose hope your luck can favour. I hope you are clear now. Feel free to ask if you have any other doubts. All The Best for your upcoming future.
my jee main rank in general category Is 500000 something and (ews rank is 65000) and ojee rank is 6715 can i get a seat in CET bbsr or Vssut burla in spot round
You referenced you have a place with General class and need to know whether you get any opportunity to get admission to Computer Science and Engineering at Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla.
In light of your presentation in OJEE 2021, you have great opportunity to challenge a seat for CSE at VSSUT, Burla. In 2019, OJEE Cutoff Rank recommended for admission to CSE for General applicants were 30076 (for Gender Neutral) and 48473 (for Females).
how should I prepare for jee mains exam 2022 in 2months with best percentile
Dear candidate when it comes to JEE Mains preparation it requires tremendous efforts of yours combined with proper time management and grip on the important chapters, that leads you to success. In two months preparing for JEE Mains is very difficult, specially when you focus to score a good percentile. Still there are some important chapters in Physics like Magnetism, SHM, electricity, capacitors from which many questions can be expected, in Chemistry s,p,d,f block elements, organic chemistry and in mathematics follow the previous years papers because every chapter in math is equally important.
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