National Testing Agency (NTA) is conducting the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main 2020) April/September across 660 exam centres in the country from 1 - 6 September 2020. Around 8,58,273 candidates (7,46,115 for BE/BTech) have registered for JEE Main 2020 September exam. JEE Main is conducted for 3 papers Paper 1 - B.E/B. Tech, paper 2 - B.Arch, and paper 3 - B.Planning. Paper 2 and Paper 3 was conducted on 1st September and Paper 1 will be conducted from 2 - 6 September 2020.
For the 1st Day of Paper 1 - B.E/B. Tech (2nd September) was conducted in two shifts, Shift 1 (9 AM - 12 PM) and Shift 2 (3 PM - 6 PM). The overall exam was moderate to difficult. The level of difficulty was similar to that of the JEE Main 2020 January exam. The majority of the aspirants felt that Physics was the toughest and Mathematics was moderate, while Chemistry was the easiest among all 3.
Paper 1 (B.E/B.Tech) Analysis for 2nd September:
- Physics was the toughest of them all and most of the questions were numerical.
- Mathematics questions were moderate to difficult (Varies from student to student) and were a bit lengthy.
- Chemistry questions were easy and as expected. It had more theoretical questions.
- All the numerical questions were found to be moderate to difficult while all theoretical questions were relatively easy.
Questions Asked from Different Sections:
Most of the questions were asked from class 11 and 12th NCERT syllabus.
- 3 questions from Vector 3D
- 2 questions from Integration
- 3 questions from Binomial
- 1 question from probability
- 3 questions from the Conic Section
- Questions from Parabola and Eclipse, Tangent, Integers
- 4 questions from Heat and Thermodynamics
- 2 questions from modern physics
- 1 question from Optics
- 1 question from Electrostatics
- Questions from Quantum Number, Adiabatic Expansion & Degree of Freedom, Kinematics, Projectile, Carnot Cycle
- Questions were asked from Dipole, purest form of iron in commercial use, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry.