JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Students Reactions
JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Student Reactions- National Testing Agency is conducting JEE Main paper 2 (April session) on September 1 for B.Arch and B.Planning candidates at 489 centres located in 224 cities throughout the country and 8 cities abroad. JEE Main exam time is 9 am to 12.00 am and 3.00 pm and 6.00 pm, however, B.Planning candidates will be given extra half hour in both the shifts. Special COVID-19 guidelines are being followed at the centres like thermal screening of candidates, providing face masks, etc. While reporting to the exam centre, the candidates also have to produce their JEE Main admit card along with a valid identity proof. Here, Careers360 team will be providing the pre and post-exam student reactions about the JEE Main Ppaer 2 September 1 exam. JEE Main Paper 2 January session was conducted on January 6 in 233 Indian and 9 foreign cities. Candidates can also check the student reactions for the January session from this page. Careers360 provides interactions with the students before and after the examination to grasp the reactions at the exam centre. Check below to know the JEE Main 2020 students reactions paper 2 for April/September and January session.
Latest: JEE Main answer key 2020 to be released by September 7.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Student Reactions (Forenoon Session)
JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Exam Schedule
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Duration of Examination
3 hours (Additional half an hour for B.Plan)
3 hours (Additional half an hour for B.Plan)
Entry in Exam Centre
Admit Card checking by invigilator
8 AM to 8:30 AM
2 PM to 2:30 PM
|Gate Closing||8.30 AM||2.30 PM|
Sitting on the seat in the Examination Hall
Instructions by the Invigilators
8:45 AM to 8:55 AM
2:45 PM to 2:55 PM
12:00 PM (12.30 PM for B.Plan)
6:00 PM (6.30 PM for B.Plan)
JEE Main 2020 Student Reactions Paper 2 (September 1) - Forenoon Session (9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon)
Aayushi - 'I have attempted the January session exam too. I feel like my reasoning is strong so I am confident. I have no problem about the exam but I am scared about the atmosphere due to COVID-19. I am quite scared about going inside the centre'.
Lakshit Sharma - 'I am hoping to score more in the analysis section. I have already been COVID-19 positive and recovered so I am not scared of giving the exam'.
Ketan - 'This is my first time for JEE Main and I had dropped a year after 12th standard to prepare for this. I think Aptitude and Mathematics section will be my strong point. I fee like the exam should have been postponed but then again one year would have gone to waste.'-->
JEE Main 2020 Student Reactions Paper 2 (January 6) - Afternoon Session (2:30 PM to 5:30 PM)
Samiksha - “I appeared for B.Planning. The paper was of moderate difficulty. The aptitude questions mainly consisted of designs which we had to see and say how it looks like from different views. I think I will qualify the examination.”
Dhruv Sharma - "I attempted both B.Arch and B.Planning. The paper was quite easy and of moderate difficulty."
Prachi Tiwari from Gurgaon has attempted both B.Arch and B.Planning papers. For aptitude section, there were questions on identifying symmetry. In the drawing section, there were questions on drawing a symmetric sketch. Overall the paper was of moderate difficulty.
Manya - "The paper was moderate. The general aptitude section was easy but Maths was tough. Numerical questions were a bit tricky. Planning and Maths was difficult.
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."
Shreya - "I attempted both B.Arch and B.Plan. The exam was of moderate difficulty. There were four numerical value questions. Maths was tough and others were moderate."
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."
Dipakshi (CBSE) is preparing for Paper 1 exam and is therefore additionally appearing for Paper 2. She is more prepared for Paper 1.
Chainchila Pandav (CBSE) - “I am not prepared for the exam. I am more prepared for Paper 1 so I am only confident about the Maths section”.
Suraj (CBSE) is appearing for B.Arch and has prepared by watching Youtube lessons.
Chandni is from a CBSE board and has self prepared for the examination. She is attempting B.Arch and believes she is stronger in Mathematics section. Has studied using Resonance and Aakash modules She is not preparing for NATA.
Purbasha has had a good preparation for the examination. She has taken one year coaching from VMC. She thinks she can score well in Maths.
Ayush Saini - “I am attempting both B.Arch and B.Plan. I did my coaching from FIITJEE Gurgaon. I referred to HC Verma for preparation”.
Abhijeet - “I am appearing for both papers. I have prepared Mathematics well and I did not take any coaching. I have prepared using Architecture Entrance Question Paper by Ashok Goyal and Arjun Goyal. I also referred to CBSE books and R.D Sharma.”
Bhawesh - “I used NCERT books to prepare for the examination. I am attempting both B.Arch and B.Planning papers and I think Mathematics is my strong section. I also have my hopes on Aptitude.”
Manish has prepared for the examination solely on the basis Careers360. He has more confidence in Aptitude and Reasoning.
Prachi Tiwari - “I have prepared using only NCERT books. I have also taken coaching classes. I will not be appearing for NATA”.
Gaurav is attempting B.Arch and will be appearing for Paper 1 too. He has studied without any coaching for the examination and is more prepared for Mathematics section.
JEE Main 2020 Student Reactions Paper 2 (January 6) - Forenoon Session (9:30 AM to 12:30 PM)
Aditya says his Mathematics was difficult. 11th syllabus questions were dominant such as Binomial, Permutation and Combination questions. He is expecting 250 marks.
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.”
Ritik Yadav says it is his first attempt at B.Arch paper. For Ritik, the general aptitude section was tough. Calculus questions were hard and the Mathematics paper was moderate in difficulty. I am expecting to qualify the examination. I wish to get admission in NITs”
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%”
Anuj “Mathematics was comparatively difficult, but aptitude and drawing sections were easy. There were mostly 11th standard topics. Drawing section had landscape related questions. Numerical value questions were not very tough.”
Ananya says that it is her first attempt and she found the difficulty level of the examination moderate. She found the aptitude section of moderate difficulty.
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.”
Arjun says that the paper was not easy but also not very difficult. Aptitude and drawing sections were easy. Maths was difficult and there were some questions I could not complete. There were 5 numerical value questions. He is expecting 250 plus marks.
Naman (CBSE) “I have not taken any coaching and have self studied. My main preparation was from Arihant. I am attempting B.Arch.”
Aditya (CBSE) says his preparation is good. He did not take any coaching classes and self studied. Prepared for Maths using R.D. Sharma and checked Youtube for drawing preparation. Aditya is attempting B.Arch but will also give Paper 1. He thinks he will score more in Maths and Drawing.
Yogita (CBSE) has prepared using online tests and NCERT books. She did not take any coaching classes. Yogita feels that she can score more in Chemistry or Mathematics. She is attempting both B.Plan and B.Arch.
Mrinal (CBSE) has focused more on finishing the NCERT syllabus and completing the assignments given by teachers. He did not take any coaching but regular coaching classes. Since he has a lot of interest in Architecture, he feels he will do well in all Maths, Aptitude and Drawing sections.
Dipanshu Yadav (CBSE) “I prepared using Arihant books. I am attempting this exam mainly to gain experience for NATA. I have tried my best at preparation so I need to see how it will turn out to be. I have more confidence in General Aptitude and I am a bit worried about Mathematics section.
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How can I get admission in punjab engineering college, Chandigarh. What was jee main cut off for general category outside punjab in last three years
Admission into Punjab Engineering College(PEC) is through JEE Mains score.
Since you did not mention any category, I will assume general category nor did you mention any branch so I will give you an average rank to get an admission into PEC, which is 25,500 approx. as per 2019 stats.
The highest closing rank for AIQ is 43,708 in 2019 and 33906 in 2018 and 49,486 in 2020.
can bio student can give jee main exam while uptu is not connecting exam and uptu exam will conduct through jee main
Your question is unclear but I will try to answer as much as I can.
So, a bio student can give JEE Mains only when the student has Maths as an additional subject and appears in its board examination and secures good marks (such that total percentage of PCM is higher than or equal to 75%(GEN) or 65%(SC/ST))
Yes UPTU is cancelled now the colleges that previously took admission through UPTU, will be considering JEE Mains score now.
can i still apply for jee mains exam ?
Yes you can still apply for the JEE Main exam since the last date to fill JEE Main registration has been extended by National Testing Agency (NTA) till January 23, 2021. The application form of JEE Main 2021 is available online on the official website - jeemain.nta.nic.in.
Do not delay any further in filling up the form as the last date for registration is nearing and prepare well for the examinations.