JEE Main Exam July-Session 2021 : 1st Shift 27-July-2021 Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question

JEE Main Exam July-Session 2021 : 1st Shift 27-July-2021 Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question

JEE Main Exam July-Session 2021 : 1st Shift 27-July-2021 Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has conducted JEE Main 2021 Third-day exam(Shift-1), on July 27. Students can check below JEE Main 2021 July 27 Question Paper & Exam Analysis:

Memory Based Question Paper Of Forenoon Session 27-July-2021:

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Memory Based Question Paper Of Afternoon Session 25-July-2021:

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Memory Based Question Paper Of Forenoon Session 25-July-2021:

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Memory Based Question Paper Of Afternoon Session 22-July-2021:

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Memory Based Question Paper Of Afternoon Session 20-July-2021:

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Memory Based Question Paper Of Forenoon Session 20-July-2021:

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JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 Paper Analysis:

As per the initial reaction from candidates who appeared in the shift 1 paper, the overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate to difficult. Most students found Mathematics to be the toughest of all three sections with lengthy calculations. The physics section was moderate in difficulty level while Chemistry was the easiest.  

  • Physics- Questions from semiconductors and communication were asked. Questions in the section were formula-based.
  • Chemistry- Questions from polymer, biomolecules, chemistry in everyday life were asked one from each chapter. The weightage of organic chemistry was less in today's JEE Main paper for shift 1.
  • Mathematics- Maths was difficult. Questions were asked from Parabola, Hyperbola, Statistics, Curves, among others.

JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 Students' Reaction:

Candidates can check the 27 July 2021 shift-1 students' Reactions below:

Mudit: Overall paper was of moderate level. Mathematics was lengthy but was not very tough. Chemistry and Physics were of moderate level. Physics had questions from Semiconductors and Communication while Chemistry had a balanced number of questions from Inorganic, Organic, and Physical.

Vicky: The paper was easy to medium in difficulty level. However, Maths was lengthy and tough. The physics section had questions from Semiconductor. Chemistry had more questions from Organic and less from Physics. For students who are going to attempt the exam, revise NCERT for Chemistry. The maths and Physics section is lengthy so time has to be managed well.

Vijay: The paper was easy to moderate. Compared to Physics and Chemistry, Maths was hard. All of the questions were balanced and most of them were from NCERT.

Aditya: The paper was of moderate level. However, Maths was tough and lengthy. Physics and Chemistry were easy. All of the questions in the sections were well balanced.

Divansh: As compared to the February session, this paper was quite tough. Physics was quite complicated and tricky and Chemistry was of moderate level. Mathematics was very lengthy and tough.

 

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