JEE Main Session 3: Chemistry Was “Easiest”; Paper 1 Analysis Of Day 2 Afternoon Shift
The second shift held from 3 pm to 6 pm was conducted for a total of 300 marks. The questions, as per students’ analysis, were “moderate”. In terms of the order of difficulty, Chemistry was easiest followed by Physics and “toughest” Mathematics.
The second shift of the Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main) Btech, BE paper held on the second day of the third session had a “balanced paper in terms of coverage of chapters”. The second shift held from 3 pm to 6 pm was conducted for a total of 300 marks. The questions, as per students’ analysis, were “moderate”. In terms of the order of difficulty, Chemistry was easiest followed by Physics and “toughest” Mathematics.
The JEE Main BTech paper, as per students associated with FITJEE had moderate level with questions covering almost all chapters of CBSE Class 11 and Class 12 syllabus. The difficulty level, as per students, was easier than the February and March session.
JEE Main 2021: Analysis of Day 2 Afternoon Shift BTech, BE Paper
The JEE Main BTech paper comprised three subjects -- Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Four marks will be awarded for correct answers and a negative mark of one for wrong answers marked. However, the numerical value-based questions in the JEE Main BTech, BE paper had no negative marks attached.
JEE Main 2021: Analysis of BTech Maths
Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult
Majority questions from chapters in Coordinate Geometry, Calculus, 3D and Vector Algebra.
There were questions from Binomial Theorem, Probability and Matrices in Numerical based section.
Moderate level and lengthy
JEE Main 2021: Analysis of BTech Physics Paper
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Questions asked from Gravitation, Current Electricity, Modern Physics, Heat and Thermodynamics
Numerical based questions had lengthy calculations but were easy
Questions covered all chapters of Class 11 and 12
JEE Main 2021: Analysis of BTech Chemistry
Difficulty Level: Easy
Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry had some tricky questions.
Physical Chemistry was only in Integer Type