JEE Main 2020 Live Updates: Exam Analysis (OUT), Answer Key, Result Dates
NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency has concluded JEE Main 2020 September 6. The examination shift timings were 9 AM to 12 Noon and 3 PM to 6 PM. The JEE Main exam analysis for second shift will be available soon. Meanwhile, the first shift has been provided below based on student reactions. NTA conducted the last day of JEE Main Paper 1 today i.e., September 6 for B.E./B.Tech admissions. It was essential for the candidates to show their JEE Main admit card along with the duly signed self declaration form at the exam centres. NTA had released COVID-19 guidelines for candidates which were to be duly followed at the JEE Main exam centres. As per JEE Main updates, around 85,000 candidates were to appear for Day 6 of the exam. Check the JEE Main 2020 live updates to get the latest coverage on paper analysis, answer key and student reactions.
Over the past five days, students who attempted the examination reported that COVID SOPs were followed at the centres. Proper sanitization procedures were followed and the candidates were provided with fresh masks while entering the centre. Sanitizers were also provided and the candidates had to follow the dress code which was issued by NTA.
Day 6 of JEE Main 2020 was conducted today in two shifts. Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech) was held for admissions into IIITs, NITs and GFTIs. The examination was held in computer based mode and NTA had announced that proper sanitization would be done at the centres after every shift. Candidates will be able to check the exam analysis, student reactions and answer key here after it is released.
NTA to conduct NEET 2020 on September 13
NTA will be conducting NEET 2020 on September 13. The entrance examination will be held as a pen and paper test in 155 cities at 3843 exam centres. Candidates are requested to check all of the COVID SOPs that have been released by the authorities. The admit card of NEET 2020 was released on August 26.
JEE Main 2020 answer key to be released soon
NTA will be releasing the official JEE Main 2020 answer key tentatively by September 7. Since the examination has concluded, the authorities will soon make the answer key available along with the candidate response sheet at the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in. The correct responses to all of the questions asked in the JEE Main exam will be available in the answer key.
JEE Main 2020 updates; students and parents report discomfort
JEE Main 2020 April/September session has concluded. While reports claimed that the authorities followed all guidelines and the government provided measures to ensure the exam was held in a smooth process, many students claimed otherwise. Students reported that travelling was a huge discomfort and it affected their parents too. As spoken to NDTV, a student named Rupam claimed “I travelled on a bike with my father as we didn’t find public transport safe in the current scenario. I had to leave at 4:30 am from my home. Throughout the journey, I was tense and nervous. Reaching the centre on time was the biggest fear,”.
What will be the JEE Main 2020 qualifying cutoff?
NTA will release the qualifying cutoff of JEE Main 2020 along with official result. Through the qualifying cutoff, the candidates will be able to know if they are qualified for JEE Advanced or not. This year, the JEE Main cutoff is expected to decrease since the number of candidates has fallen down. Separate cutoffs will be released for different categories.
When will JEE Advanced 2020 registrations start?
IIT Delhi will be starting the registration process for JEE Advanced 2020 on September 12. The students will be given only a week to complete the registration for the entrance examination. According to the authorities, JEE Advanced 2020 will be held tentatively on September 27.
NTA JEE Main result 2020 to be announced soon
Since JEE Main has concluded for April/September 2020 session, the result is expected to be announced by September 11. Candidates will be able to check the result at the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in after entering their required credentials. JEE Main result will consist of scores secured in the examination along with the obtained rank percentile.
Check analysis for JEE Main 2020 September 6 Slot 2
As per JEE Main student reactions, the paper was of moderate difficulty. Candidates reported that all COVID-19 guidelines were followed at the centres. Check the JEE Main analysis for September 6 slot 2 below:
- Physics was the most difficult section. The questions were tricky.
- Chemistry was the easiest section.
- Mathematics was the toughest section and had lengthy questions.
JEE Main 2020 September 6 Shift 2 ends
Day 6 of JEE Main 2020 Shift 2 has concluded. The examination was held from 3 PM to 6 PM. This was the last slot of JEE Main April/September 2020 and the examination has finally come to an end. There were around 85,000 candidates allotted for examination for the final date of JEE Main 2020. Details on attendance statistics will be released soon. The analysis of JEE Main September 6 Shift 2 will be available here soon.
JEE Main September 6 Shift 2 analysis
Today’s JEE Main paper analysis for the second shift of the exam will be available here after the conclusion of the exam at 6.00 PM. Similar to the previous shifts, Shift 2 of September 6 JEE Main exam is also expected to be of moderate difficulty level. Chemistry is also expected to be of the same level with maximum questions from NCERT.
Highlights of NTA JEE Main Exam Analysis: September 6 Morning Shift
Level of Difficulty
Moderate to Difficult
Easy to Moderate
JEE Main 2020 September 6 Shift 2 to end in 40 minutes
The second shift of today's JEE Main September exam will end in 40 minutes i.e. at 6.00 PM. Student reactions and analysis for the shift will be available here after the exam.
Today is the last day of the JEE Main September 2020 exam. The paper is being conducted for B.E./B.Tech admissions into NITs, CFTIs and IIITs as a computer based examination. Now, after the end of exam today, the JEE Main answer keys 2020 are expected to be out on September 7. Candidates will be able to download their JEE Main answer keys through candidate login using the required credentials. JEE Main 2020 results are also expected by September 11.
Topics asked in JEE Main September 6 Shift 1 exam
As per JEE Main paper analysis for today, September 6, here are some of the topics that were asked in the first shift of the exam-
Physics- Atoms And Nuclei, Oscillations and Waves, Electrostatics, Rotational motion, Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism, etc.
Chemistry- p- Block Elements, Electrochemistry, Solutions, Organic Compounds containing Oxygen, Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, etc.
Mathematics- Permutation and Combination, Three Dimensional Geometry, Integral Calculus, Coordinate geometry, Matrices and Determinants, Vector Algebra, Complex number and quadratic equations, etc.
NTA Helpline Number for JEE, NEET and other exam aspirants
National Testing Agency has released the NTA helpline number for the students appearing in JEE Main, NEET and other exams. NTA helpline number will be fully operational throughout the exams. The helpline/helpdesk numbers were released on the official JEE Main website- jeemain.nta.nic.in. The helpdesk was also previously by NTA but was not effectively operated due to lockdown.
NTA helpline numbers 2020
Phone- 0120 6895200
Mobile- 8287471852, 8178359845, 9650173668, 9599676953, 8882356803
In addition to providing helpline numbers, NTA also confirmed that the QRS system is also fully operational now.
As JEE Main September 2020 ends today; NTA gears up for NEET
As JEE Main 2020 September exam ends today; the exam conducting agency, NTA, has now geared up for the conduction of medical entrance exam NEET 2020 exam on September 13. As per official data, over 15.97 lakh medical aspirants are going to appear for NEET-UG 2020 for admission to 80,055, MBBS, 26,949 BDS, 52,720 AYUSH and 525 BVSc & AH offered in colleges of India.
As per official notice, NTA has also increased the number of exam centres from 2,546 to 3,843 for NEET 2020 while the number of candidates per room has been reduced to 12 from 24 earlier. Check NEET 2020: NTA is all set to hold medical exam after JEE Main
JEE Main September 6, 2020, exam Shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute- Mathematics
Aakash Institute has released the analysis for the Math section of the Shift 1 of September 6 NTA JEE Main 2020 exam. Check the analysis here-
The Maths section of the paper had 25 Questions (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based)
Maths paper was calculative & lengthy as compared to Physics & Chemistry.
Paper covered all topics. Some of the topics were- Co-ordinate Geometry, Complex numbers and quadratic equations, Integral Calculus, 3D and Trigonometry.
JEE Main September 6, 2020, exam Shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute- Chemistry
Aakash Institute has released the analysis for the Chemistry section of the Shift 1 of September 6 NTA JEE Main 2020 exam. Check the analysis here-
The Chemistry section of the paper had 25 Questions (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based)
Similar to the previous shifts, the overall chemistry paper was easy.
The Chemistry paper was mostly theoretical and Inorganic chemistry portion was higher in comparison to Physical & Organic chemistry
Integer type questions in the section were also easy.
The paper covered NCERT Text Book and Inorganic chemistry was easy.
JEE Main September 6, 2020, exam Shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute- Physics
Aakash Institute has released the analysis for the Physics section of the Shift 1 of September 6 NTA JEE Main exam. Check the analysis here-
- The Physics section of the paper had 25 Questions (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based)
- Overall Physics Paper was moderate as compared to that of Maths.
- Physics paper covered almost all topics. Some of the topics asked were- from Electrostatic, Mechanics, Optics & Modern Physics
- Integer type questions in the section were little calculative.
JEE Main 2020 September 6 exam Shift 2 commences
The second shift of the JEE Main 2020 September 6 exam has commenced now. As per JEE Main 2020 timings, the shift will end at 6.00 pm. This is the last shift of the last day of JEE Main September 2020 exam. Similar to other shifts, students reached their exam centres before the time, and entry was closed at 2.30 pm. Students were provided face masks at the entry and social distancing rules were followed during the entry of candidates.
As all the sessions of JEE Main 2020 were of moderate difficulty level, this last session is also expected to be of the same difficulty level. Detailed analysis of the Shift 2 will be available here after the exam.
Why is Chemistry easy as compared to other sections in JEE Main 2020?
According to the JEE Main 2020 paper analysis shared by the students, Chemistry was the easiest as compared to the other two sections. One of the reasons is that Chemistry is more of a theory-based subject, while Mathematics and Physics both are practical subjects having application-based questions as well. So it is the nature of the subject that Chemistry can be easily attempted by candidates who studied thoroughly, but in Mathematics and Physics sections, one should know the essence of the question, applicable formulae, etc.
JEE Main 2020 September 6 Slot 2 exam will commence at 3 PM
The slot 2 of JEE 2020 September 6 exam will start at 3 PM. As per the instructions given by the NTA, students were required to report at the exam centres at 2 PM. JEE Main exam centre gate will be closed at 2:30 PM.
JEE Main 2020 September 6 Slot 2 Timings
Gates will be closed at
JEE Main exam timings
3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Students have started arriving at JEE Main exam centres
Candidates appearing in the slot 2 of JEE Main 2020 September 6 exam have started reporting at the exam centres. Most of the students have taken COVID-19 precautions such as wearing masks, however, NTA will provide a fresh 3 Ply mask to each candidate. Also, parents accompanying their children are asked to leave the exam centre as soon as they drop off a candidate. Slot 2 of JEE Main 2020 September 6 will start at 3 PM.
JEE Main 2020 paper analysis: Difficulty level and chapter wise questions in Maths
As per JEE Main 2020 analysis by Careers360, the Maths section was difficult due to the lengthy calculations. 12 % of the questions were difficult, 52% moderate, while the rest were easy. Let us have a look at the detailed today JEE Main 2020 September analysis for slot 1 and chapter-wise number of questions:
JEE Main 2020 September 6 Slot 1 chapter-wise questions asked in Chemistry
JEE Main 2020 exam analysis for slot 1 by Careers360 is now available. The difficulty level of the Chemistry selection was moderate. Around 56 percent of the questions were of moderate level, while the rest of the questions were easy. Also, more questions were asked from inorganic chemistry. Here is the detailed today JEE Main paper 1 analysis for slot 1 and chapter-wise number of questions:
Shift 1 JEE Main 2020 chapter-wise questions asked in Physics
As per JEE Main 2020 analysis by Careers360, the level of the questions asked in the Physics section was moderate. 20 percent of questions were difficult and 24 percent were easy, while others were moderate. Here is the detailed today JEE Main paper 1 analysis for slot 1 and chapter-wise number of questions:
Precautions taken at JEE Main 2020 exam centres
As per most of the students who appeared in the JEE Main 2020 September 6 slot 1 exam, the authorities have followed precautionary measures such as thermal screening, sanitization, giving fresh face masks to students, and maintaining social distancing. Before entry in the JEE Main exam centre, students are asked to dispose of their masks and are provided with the new mask. Also, continuous announcements are being made at the exam centre regarding social distancing. Here are some of the latest JEE Main updates from social media from the students who have appeared in the JEE Main September exam.
Helllo! I am a student who wrote jee mains. NTA took all the precautions they said they would and there is nothing to worry. In a section where ten people are are supposed to sit, only 2 sat. in opposite only one person sat. there is social distancing, sanitizing,etc. It is safe— Iamanalien (@Iamanalien20) September 6, 2020
I gave my jee mains exam and i can say that all the sops were good and outside centre there is not that much crowd in my city— Abhishek (@Abhishe79078534) September 6, 2020
JEE Main Paper Analysis - Detailed
Based on student reactions on JEE Main 2020 September 6 slot 1 exam, the question paper was moderately difficult. Details of the same are reflected in the table below:
|Subject||Difficulty Level||Topics Asked|
|Mathematics||Difficult (Lengthy Calculations)||Calculus, Trigonometry, Algebra, Co-ordinate Geometry, 3D Geometry|
|Physics||Moderate to Difficult (Tricky Questions)||Optics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, EM waves, Heat and Thermodynamics|
Most Numericals - Class 11 Topics
Most Theory - Class 12 Topics
|Chemistry||Easy||Chemical bonding, Co-ordination compounds, Physical chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic chemistry|
JEE Main Paper Analysis September 6 Slot 1
According to student reactions in JEE Main day 6 slot 1, the exam was moderately difficult. Questions similar to those in NTA's National Test Abhyaas app were asked with a minor change in the values. In Mathematics section, questions requiring lengthy calculations were asked making it the most difficult. Next was Physics with more tricky questions on from Optics, Waves, Modern Physics, etc. as per JEE Main 2020 analysis. In Chemistry, some of the questions were tricky while more from NCERT were there. Overall, JEE Main September 6 slot 1 exam was moderately difficult.
JEE Main 2020 September 6 Shift 1 Concludes
The morning shift for JEE Main September 6 has been concluded and students are allowed to come out of the exam centres. The JEE Main exam analysis based on what the candidates experienced in the examination will soon be shared here. Various coaching institutes will also be releasing the JEE Main 2020 paper analysis.
JEE Main Slot 1 about to conclude
JEE Main 2020 September 6 morning shift is about to end in a few minutes. As the candidates depart the exam centres, JEE Main updates on exam analysis containing the difficulty level of the exam and types of questions asked in day 6 shift 1 will be shared here.
JEE Main 2020 Increasing Corona Cases?
JEE Main 2020 is being conducted amid the pandemic after being postponed for months. However, students blame the JEE Main conducting authorities as graph of COVID-19 positive cases in India increases from September 1 to 5.
India is at final stage now . Conducting exam's was a big mistake. Before Jee main examination only 77000 cases were recorded per day now it reaches to 90000.@LicypriyaK @narendramodi @kamee_kantroo @DrRPNishank @zehran_sheikh #modiwillleftsoon— Mohammad Inam Ul Haque (@MInaamulhaque) September 6, 2020
JEE Main Result by September 11
The National Testing Agency is conducting the September exams of JEE Main 2020 and it is almost the end of this session. It shall be followed by the conduct of JEE Advanced 2020. According to the schedule released by IIT Delhi, JEE Main 2020 result is expected to be announced by September 11, after which JEE Advanced registrations shall commence.
Demand to postpone JEE Advanced 2020
As the last day of JEE Main 2020 September session approaches, students now demand for more days to prepare for JEE Advanced exam. Top 2,50,000 rank holders of JEE Main are eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2020 for B.Tech admissions into Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).
प्रणाम सर आज jee main 2020 की परीक्षा समाप्त हो रही हैं 10 तारीख को इसका परिणाम घोषित होगा हर वर्ष की तरह इस वर्ष के बच्चो को भी उतना समय मिलना चाहिए jee advance की तयारी के लिए 16 दिन के शेष में पूरा कोर्स रिवाइज भी नहीं कर सकते हैं हर वर्ष की तरह इन बच्चो को भी उतना समय मिले।— Vijay Kumar Verma (@VijayKu74929167) September 6, 2020
JEE Main 2020 Day 6 Answer key
After the exam concludes, JEE Main 2020 Answer Key: September 6 (Shift 1 & 2) shall be prepared based on memory based questions shared by candidates. Various coaching institutes will be releasing the JEE Main answer key prepared by subject experts. NTA JEE Main answer key is expected to be released tentatively after September 7.
JEE Main 2020: One More Attempt?
On the last day of JEE Main September 2020, students demand another chance for appearing in the exam. JEE Main is conducted twice a year, in January and April. JEE Main 2020 first session was conducted from January 6 to 9 while April session is being conducted from September 1 to 6 due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Sir jee main k bhi attempt increase krwaiye is bar k liye, bhuto k last attempt Hai, or kisi reason se wo appear nhi huye honge. Please— i_amChetanpaswan (@ChetanK91830055) September 6, 2020
JEE Main September 6, Shift 1 Exam Analysis
Careers360 will share the JEE Main 2020 exam analysis for day 6 shift 1 after the exam concludes at 12 noon. JEE Main paper analysis september 6 shall be based on student reactions after they come out of the exam centres. Also, JEE Main 2020 September 5 slot 2 was moderately difficult.
JEE Main Day 6: Students facing transportation issues
While the exam is being conducted, JEE Main candidates face problems reaching exam centres amid floods. A student took to social media his inability to reach the exam centre on time and requests the authorities provide another chance.
JEE Main 2020 Day 6 Exam Commences
The authorities have started JEE Main online exam for September 6 morning shift. Candidates reported on time before the exam while at some JEE Main exam centre, late entry was also allowed. JEE Main paper 1 exam is being conducted for B.Tech admissions in top engineering institutes across the country.
JEE Main 2020 Day 6: Entry starts at Exam Centres
Students are entering the JEE Main exam centre for morning shift. Candidates are required to duly follow the social distancing norms at the examination premises. Masks and Sanitizers are being distributed to the candidates. COVID-19 guidelines are being followed at the examination centres of JEE Main 2020.
JEE Main 2020 : a look at the previous day exam analysis
A look at how the JEE Main exam paper was on day 5 for both shifts
JEE Main paper analysis 2020 September 5 Slot 1
- Most students opined that the JEE Main question paper was of moderate difficulty.
- Maths was the toughest for many
- Physics moderately difficult with equal weightage to questions from both class 11 and 12.
- Chemistry was easy but had many tricky questions
- As per JEE Main student reactions, the paper was of moderate difficulty
JEE Main paper analysis 2020 September 5 Slot 2
- The second shift also saw students feeling that exam was moderately difficult.
- Maths was easier in comparison with shift 1 but had many tricky questions
- Chemistry questions were the easiest in the JEE Main question paper
- Physics was not just length but also a bit difficult with most students struggling to complete it.
JEE Main 2020 Last Day of Exam; Do and Don'ts to be followed
September 6 - Today is the last day for the JEE Main exam. The last shift of the exam concludes today at 6 pm. The exam had started on September 1 with Paper 2 held on day 1 of the exam. Subsequently the exam is being held for Paper 1. Some of the exam dos and don'ts are listed below.
Dos for JEE Main 2020 Day 6
- Carry the admit card with the undertaking duly filled in . Remember to affix a photograph, place the left thumb impressions and get your parent's signature in the given space on the self declaration/ undertaking for COVID.
- Carry a valid photo Id to show at the JEE Main exam centre
- Take a transparent ball pen, a hand sanitizer (50 ml), a transparent bottle of water, extra mask
- PwD candidates must carry their certificate (PwD)
Donts for JEE Main 2020 Exam Day 6
- Do not wear thick soled shoes or clothes with large buttons
- Do not carry any electronic items including mobiles to the JEE Main exam centre
- Do not stand close to other students or be part of a group.
- Do not move out of the exam centre before the exam concludes
- Do not forget to drop the JEE Main 2020 admit card and undertaking with the exam rough sheets in the drop box.