JEE MAIN April Session Pre-Exam Analysis

By Sonam Satapathy

JEE Main 2021 is going to be conducted in four phases, i.e., February, March, April, and May. The February and March session has successfully conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The JEE MAIN 2021 exam paper will carry objective type MCQs and for each wrong answer, there will be a negative marking. So it is the most important thing for all the candidates to avoid guess-work or silly-mistakes as it will lead to deduction of the mark.

Based on the student’s reviews the JEE MAIN 2021 exam was moderate to difficult and most of the questions were from the NCERT syllabus. For most of the students, physics was the easiest part out of all the three papers, Chemistry, Mathematics, physics.

  • Mathematics - This section had questions mostly from calculus, algebra and the weightage was given vectors, matrices, probability, 3D geometry, and complex numbers in algebra. The overall difficulty level of math paper was moderate.
  • Physics - Physics paper was the easiest in difficulty level. Most questions were NCERT based. On average, most of the questions were from Kinematics, Thermodynamics, Wave, ray optics, magnetic field, etc.
  • Chemistry- Most of the students found this paper tough. but the question statistics was quite variable. An overall survey shows inorganic chemistry portion had maximum weightage followed by organic chemistry. The numerical-based questions were a bit tricky.

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