JEE Main 2021: Check difficulty level of February & March session

NTA had postponed the JEE Main 2021 April and May sessions. Students can check the difficulty level of the February and March sessions here to get an overall idea about the exam.

JEE Main 2021: Check difficulty level of February & March session
Prabakaran K | Jun 16, 2021 - 11:40 a.m. IST
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New Delhi: National Testing Agency (NTA) postponed the JEE Main 2021 April and May sessions. Students should use this opportunity to prepare well for the upcoming sessions of Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (JEE) 2021. Also, by checking the JEE Main 2021 Feb and March difficulty level and exam analysis, students will be able to get an overall idea about the exam which includes JEE Mains topics, weightage, and chapters mostly covered.

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JEE Main 2021 question papers for both the sessions covered almost all chapters of the 11th and 12th class. So, covering the NCERT syllabus and its examples will keep students in a good position, especially for Physics and Chemistry.

JEE Main 2021 February & March: Difficulty level

As per student review after the completion of the exam at the exam centre by Careers360, The JEE Main question paper was balanced for both February and March sessions.

JEE Main 2021: Overall difficulty level (February & March)


Difficulty level


Moderate but time-consuming and lengthy


Easy to moderate





JEE Main 2021 February & March: Paper analysis

Physics: In a paper of 30 questions, there were two sections, Section I comprised 20 multiple choice questions whereas Section II comprised 10 numerical-based questions, out of which only 5 questions were to be answered. Most of the questions were either taken directly from the NCERT textbooks or were closely asked on NCERT concepts. Know the JEE Main Physics revision strategy.

Chemistry: Section I comprised 20 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), whereas section II comprised 10 numerical-based questions (five questions to be answered compulsorily). The chemistry part covered questions from organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry. The units of classes 11 and 12 were given almost equal weightage and largely based on NCERT.

Mathematics: This section also contained two sections, Sections 1 contained 20 multiple-choice questions with a one option correct type. The overall difficulty level of maths was moderate and lengthy. As usual, a few questions were lengthy calculations and a few questions were tricky.

Note: The overall difficulty level is similar to both JEE Main 2021 February and March sessions. Students are advised to prepare well for their exams and avoid thinking too much about the difficulty level.

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