Isha Jain|Oct 6, 2021
JEE Main 2021 September 1 shift 2 analysis released; Check difficulty level, list of topics asked here
NTA has successfully concluded the NTA JEE Main 2021 exam on September 1. Check here JEE Main today exam analysis, difficulty level and other details.
NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has concluded the JEE Main 2021 September 1 shift 2 today. The shift 2 of JEE Main 2021 September 1 exam was held from 3 pm to 6 pm. Candidates can now check the JEE Main 2021 exam analysis for September 1 shift 2 as per students’ reaction on this page.
According to the students who appeared in the JEE Main 2021 September 1 shift 2 , the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Similar to previous shifts, the Maths and Physics were moderate, while Chemistry was the easiest.
Physics - As per the students review, the overall difficulty level of this section was moderate and lengthy. The questions were asked from current electricity, semiconductors, modern physics and others.
Chemistry - Weightage to physical chemistry was given less as compared to organic and inorganic chemistry. The questions were asked from Solution, name reaction, polymers, oxidation state and others.
Mathematics - The overall difficulty level of Maths was moderate. The questions were asked from calculus, algebra, parabola, integration, complex numbers, coordinate geometry, mathematical reasoning and others.
JEE Main 2021 September 1 Shift 2 - Difficulty Level
As per the students who appeared in the JEE Main 2021 September 1 shift 1 exam, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Students found JEE Main 2021 shift 1 exam to have almost all the topics from the syllabus.
JEE Main 2021: Exam Pattern
As per the JEE Main 2021 paper pattern, each subject in the question paper consists of 20 MCQs and 10 Numerical Value Questions and out of 10 only 5 have to be done. Each subject in the JEE Main 2021 B.Tech paper will have two sections. Section A will be Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and Section B will contain questions whose answers are to be filled in as a numerical value. In Section B, candidates have to attempt any 5 questions out of 10. Also, there will be no negative marking for numerical value questions.
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