JEE Main Day 2 Exam Analysis – Student and Expert Opinions

The February session of JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 examination for B.Tech/B.E. admissions began today on 24 February and will go on till 26 February 2021. On all the three days, the JEE Main exam shall be conducted in 2 shifts – from 9 am to 12 noon (Morning shift), and from 3 pm to 6 pm (Evening shift).

Students can check the detailed analysis by JEE Main 2021 appearing candidates and exam experts here.

Note: 

  • The JEE Main 2021 result for February session is expected to be out by 7 March 2021
  • The JEE Main 2021 answer key for February session is expected to be out on 28 February 2021

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JEE Main Day 2 Exam Analysis – Morning Shift 

  • Talking about the section wise difficulty level, Maths was considered as the most difficult while Physics was considered the least problematic. Overall, the 
  • The overall difficulty level in Shift 1 of JEE Main Paper 1 was considered easy to moderate.  
  • The Paper was more or less balanced
  • Almost all the topics were covered
  • Integer type questions were calculative and time taking
  • In Chemistry section, topics were more from Class 12th syllabus than Class 11th
  • Physics section was considered easy by a majority of students. Moreover, there was no question from ‘Rotation’

What kind of questions were asked in JEE Main 2021 Day 2 morning shift?

Subjects Topics
Mathematics Questions were asked from the following topics – 

  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Calculus
  • Matrices, Circle, Determinants, Vectors & 3D Quadratic Equations
  • Height & Distance
  • Probability
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Limit & Differentiation
  • Integration
  • Arithmetic Mean
  • The area under the curve
  • Parabola
Physics
  • Questions were asked from the following topics – 
  • 3 questions from Semiconductors
  • 1 question from Units & Measurement
  • Most of the questions were asked from Modern Physics, Current Electricity & Thermodynamics. This included questions from Transistors, Diode, Kinematics, Friction, Atoms & Nuclei, Wave Length, Nuclear Physics, etc.
Chemistry
  • Periodic Table
  • Chemical Bonding
  • Equilibrium
  • Solutions & Organic Concepts
  • Several questions were asked from Organic Chemistry

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