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JEE Main Question Paper with Solutions and  Analysis


There is good news for all the JEE Main 2021 aspirants, the JEE Main April and May sessions that were postponed due to the ongoing pandemic will be conducted in the last week of July. The JEE Main is conducted by the National testing agency (NTA).

The examination is scheduled for July 20,22,25 and 27 of 2021. The examination will be conducted in two shifts. The timing for the morning shift is from 9 am to 12 pm. The timing for the evening shift is from 3 pm to 6 pm. The results for this examination will be released in the first week of August 2021.

It is mandatory for the candidates to carry their admit and ID proof to the examination hall. The candidates must follow all the guidelines given on the admit card in the examination hall. The candidates will not be allowed to take any electronic devices like calculators, mobile phones etc to the examination hall.

JEE Main Question Paper with Solutions

There are some significant benefits of solving previous years’ question papers. Candidates willing to appear for the JEE Main can check the JEE Main 2021 Question Paper with Solutions to understand the pattern of the questions, type of the questions, weightage of marks, understand the difficulty level, analyse the time required to complete the examination etc. Solving and learning the questions in past years’ question papers is a very important step in scoring well in the examination.

JEE Main Question Paper Analysis

There will be several doubts regarding the examination in the minds of the students. JEE Main Question Paper Analysis will help the students clear all these doubts. Question paper analysis includes the understanding of the various topics covered in the examination, marking scheme, the number of questions in each section and much more.

From analysing the question papers of JEE it can be understood that the JEE main includes 90 questions, 30 questions from Physics, 30 questions chemistry and 30 questions from mathematics. It is not mandatory to attend to all the questions since there is negative marking. The negative marks are given for every incorrect answer, the students must be sure of the answer before selecting the option. The examination is conducted in different languages to make it easier for the student to understand the questions.

JEE Main July 20 Shift 1 Analysis

Based on the reviews given by the students on JEE Main July 20 Shift 1 Question papers, Chemistry was much easier than Physics and Mathematics. The Physics question paper was moderate and the Mathematics was difficult and lengthy. Questions in chemistry were mostly from chapters like coordination compounds, ores and metallurgy, organic chemistry and chemistry in everyday life. Physics questions were mostly taken from topics like Heat and Thermodynamics, Kinematics, Optics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, EM waves, Gravitation and  Electrostatics. Mathematics questions were majorly from Algebra, Calculus, Progressions, Geometry and Coordinates, Matrices & Determinants, Binomial and Calculus

Most of the time in JEE Main the chemistry paper includes direct and easy questions, Physics and Mathematics  will have moderate to difficult questions