JEE Main Exam Analysis 2020 : 1st Shift Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question 2nd September 2020

The JEE Main 2020 paper analysis for 2 September B.Tech / B.E exam is available now. Overall, the shift 1 paper was moderate. As per student reaction, the most difficult section was Physics. Whereas, Maths was moderate in the level of difficulty and Chemistry was also moderate. You can check the exam center pre and post condition during COVID, student analysis, and expert JEE Main 2020 analysis from below. Shift 2 for JEE Main 2 September 2020 exam will end at 6:00 pm and we will provide the analysis for it as well.

JEE Main 2 Sep 2020 Analysis

Exam: JEE Main 2020 B.E / B.Tech
For: Admission in B.E / B.Tesh courses
Shift 1 time: 9 AM to 12:00 Noon
Shift 2 time: 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM

JEE Main 02 Sep 2020 Analysis for Shift 1

Section Difficulty level
Physics Difficult
Chemistry Moderate
Maths Moderate and lengthy
Overall Moderate

Some of the questions asked in the exam are:

  • Which is the following is solid sol?
  • Which property has different order with respect to others?
  • Which property has different order wrt others?
  • Which of the following is solid sol?
  • What is the structure of Dettol?
  • f(x) = -(3/4)x2-8x3-42/5x2+105. Calculate local maxima and local minima.
  • What is the product of reaction of ammonia with bleaching powder?
  • Froth flotation process is used for?
  • (x+y) + (x2+xy+y2) + (x3+x2y+y2x+y2)+........+n terms =
  • 2 strings x and y of same material same length have frequency as 450Hz and 200 Hz. Find the ratio of their tension (Tx:Ty).
  • Which is used for the preparation of colloid? A. Mondis process B. Bredig arc method C. Van Arkel method
  • Cu+2 + Sn ----> Sn+2 + Co(s). E0 value is given, find ΔG
  • If a compound AB is polar then its structure is similar to
  • When a gas is heated, other gas is obtained which is the constituent of air. When this gas is heated again, other gas will be obtained which has basic nature. This gas cannot be PbNO3 NH4NO2 NH4(CrO4) NaN3
  • What is wrong about O3?

Section wise analysis:

Chemistry: 1 question was asked from organic chemistry and 1 from inorganic chemistry. From physical chemistry new type of question was asked. 12 questions can from class 11 and 13 questions from class 12. The overall difficulty was moderate. The candidates who have sound knowledge of NCERT can do this section easily and score well. Chemistry section was totally NCERT based.

Maths: 10 questions from class 11 and from class 12 there were 15 questions. 5 questions were asked from algebra, 2 from trigonometry, 6 questions from coordinate geometry, 5 questions came from calculus, 4 questions from differential calculus, 1 question from complex number, 2 questions from sequence and series, and 3 questions from vector and 3d.

Physics: Almost 10 questions from class 11 and from class 12 there were 15 questions. 7 questions came from mechanics, 4 questions came from thermodynamics, 3 from optics, 3 from modern physics, 1question came from general physics, 1 from semiconductors and 6 questions came from electromagnetism.

Initial Reaction of Students:

  • Students are really happy with hygiene and SOPs at the center.
  • Sanitisation was done properly inside the centers, and social distancing was maintained.
  • SOPs were all maintained. Students said they felt safe inside the centers.
  • Talking about the numerical value type questions, then these questions were most difficult in physics, moderate in Chemistry, and simple in Maths.
  • The weightage of class 11 and 12 syllabus was equal.
  • Most of the questions were Numerical based in Physics.
  • Chemistry has theoretical questions mostly.

JEE Main 2020 Second Attempt Details

Candidates can check below some important facts and figures related to the exam as released by NTA from below:

  • BE/BTech paper is being held across 605 Centres
  • B Arch paper is being held at 489 Centres
  • B Planning paper is being held at 224 Centres

JEE Main 2020 Exam Pattern

You can check below the exam pattern of JEE Main for all the 3 papers:

Mode: The exam is being held in CBT mode

Language: The question paper of JEE Main 2020 is made available in Hindi, English, and Gujarati (only for centers in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli).

Duration: Candidates get 3 hours to complete the exam

Marking scheme: The marking scheme is given below

  • For every correct answer, candidates get 4 marks
  • No negative marking in numerical type questions.
  • 1 mark shall be deducted for wrong answer in MCQ question.
  • 1 mark shall be deducted for choosing multiple answers for MCQ question.

Number of question and marks on JEE Main B.Arch exam

Sections Number of Questions Marks
Mathematics – Part I 20 MCQ
5 NVT
100
Aptitude Test – Part 2 50 MCQs 200
Drawing Test – Part 3 2 100
Total 77 400

Number of question and marks on JEE Main B.Plan exam

Sections Number of Questions Marks
Mathematics 20 MCQ
5 NVT
100
Aptitude Test 50 MCQ 200
Planning Based Question 25 100
Total 100 400

 

 

2 September, 2020, 3:29 pm

JEE Main Exam Analysis 2020 : 1st & 2nd Shift Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question - 1st September 2020

After the end of shift 1 exam today, the shift 2 of JEE Main 2020 B.Arch and B.Plan paper has started. The second shift will end at 5:30 pm. Today NTA is conducting B.Arch and B.Plan papers. Via the analysis, candidates can get an idea of the cutoff marks, level of the exam, weightage of questions, memory-based, and changes in pattern, etc. Also, this year the analysis will also include the student’s experience of exam in COVID-19 as well. The exams have been held even after most of the students disagreed with NTA’s decision to hold the exam in September. To get the detailed analysis of JEE Main 1 Sep 2020 analysis, read below.

JEE Main 1 Sep 2020 Analysis

Exam: JEE Main 2020 B.Arch and JEE Main 2020 B.Plan
For: Admission in B.Arch and B.Plan
Shift 1 time: 9 AM to 12:00 Noon
Shift 2 time: 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM

JEE Main 01 Sep 2020 Analysis for Shift 2

  • Shift 2 paper was overall moderate, however, students said that they felt a little distracted as they have the fear of COVID-19 in the back of the mind.

JEE Main 01 Sep 2020 Analysis for Shift 1

Section Difficulty level
Drawing Easy to Moderate
Aptitude Easiest
Maths Moderate but lengthy
Overall Easy to Moderate

Section wise analysis:

  • Maths: 10 to 15 questions requiring lengthy calculations made this section toughest.
  • Aptitude: The Aptitude section, however, was easier and relatively expected.

Cutoff: Students said that this year they are expecting the cutoff to rise as the paper was very easy.

Topics asked:

  • Maths: Functions were difficult, matrices were easy, the difficult questions came from hyperbola, measurements, and three-dimensional geometry.
  • Aptitude: General aptitude was easy and had questions about patterns and sequence, top view, front view, and theoretical questions on architecture.
  • Drawing: The drawing questions were based on views of pictures and odd figures.

Some Question that were asked in the exam:

  • Where is Notre-Dame Cathedral located?
  • Where does the President of the USA live?
  • A thin liquid film formed between a U-shaped wire and a light slider supports a weight of 1.5x 10-2 N. The length of the slider is 30 cm and its weight negligible. The surface tension of the liquid film is -
  • A boy can throw a stone up to a maximum height of 10m. The maximum horizontal distance that the boy can throw the same stone will be -
  • An equation of a plane parallel to the plane x-2y+2z-5=0 and at a unit distance from the origin is:
  • If the line 2x=y=k passes through the point which divides the line segment joining the points (1,1) and (2,4) in the ratio 3:2, then k equals:
  • Downing street is whose residence?
  • Which colour represents equality?
  • Bara Imambra is located where?
  • where is badrinath located ?
  • What does shaft represent?
  • Why is beam used in buildings?

Students reaction on paper:

  • None of the questions were hard, every question was easy.
  • There were some issues with social distancing outside the exam center. However, inside the center, all protocols were in place.
  • The initial reaction of the students indicates that the paper level was as usual. The difficulty level was average. Except for maths which was a bit on the difficult side.
  • Maths was lengthy.
  • Paper was overall easy.
  • The aptitude section was very easy.
  • Some students said the drawing part was hard too.
  • In drawing questions were from views of in pictures, odd figures, etc.
  • There were questions of general knowledge, and questions based on figures in the aptitude section.
  • The paper was like every year, there was no difference.

JEE Main 2020 1 Sep Student Reaction: Following of SOPs and Travel Arrangements

After the exam

  • Students left the hall maintaining social distancing.
  • There was one hand distance between the students inside the hall.
  • No need to worry about safety or COVID. The precautions were all in place.
  • Only the preparation was affected as the concentration was low this time, however, the exam went pretty well. Said many students.
  • There was no difficulty due to COVID-19in the exam hall.
  • Most students said that the arrangement was appreciable.
  • Social media is witnessing mixed reactions from the students.
  • Some students said the social distancing and SOPs were well maintained. While others are criticising the arrangements.

While entering the centre

  • Students said that social distancing was maintained.
  • A student from Jammu and Kashmir said that “Today we have the exam of B. Architecture, therefore there are fewer students. It’s good that the exam is being conducted.”
  • Students from West Bengal said, “I am carrying my own sanitiser and I had also undergone a full body checkup”.
  • A student from Odisha said, “It’s good for our future that exams are being held.”
  • A candidate from Jharkhand said, “We have been informed that we will undergo sanitisation, thermal check & frisking before we enter the computer lab.”

SOPs: The SOPs at the exam centre were followed as per the guidelines by NTA across the nation. There were the following arrangements in place:

  • Fresh masks and gloves
  • Hand sanitisers
  • Thermo gun temperature check
  • Frisking via metal detectors
  • Ropes for crowd management
  • Social distancing managed at the centre by volunteers

Travel arrangements: Reaching the exam center was troublesome for some students even after the states arranged free of cost transport systems. A candidate from Bihar said, “There were no autos/buses available to reach here.”

JEE Main 2020 Second Attempt Details

Candidates can check below some important facts and figures related to the exam as released by NTA from below:

  • BE/BTech paper is being held across 605 Centres
  • B Arch paper is being held at 489 Centres
  • B Planning paper is being held at 224 Centres

JEE Main 2020 Exam Pattern

You can check below the exam pattern of JEE Main for all the 3 papers:

Mode: The exam is being held in CBT mode

Language: The question paper of JEE Main 2020 is made available in Hindi, English, and Gujarati (only for centers in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli).

Duration: Candidates get 3 hours to complete the exam

Marking scheme: The marking scheme is given below

  • For every correct answer, candidates get 4 marks
  • No negative marking in numerical type questions.
  • 1 mark shall be deducted for wrong answer in MCQ question.
  • 1 mark shall be deducted for choosing multiple answers for MCQ question.

Number of question and marks on JEE Main B.Arch exam

Sections Number of Questions Marks
Mathematics – Part I 20 MCQ
5 NVT
100
Aptitude Test – Part 2 50 MCQs 200
Drawing Test – Part 3 2 100
Total 77 400

Number of question and marks on JEE Main B.Plan exam

Sections Number of Questions Marks
Mathematics 20 MCQ
5 NVT
100
Aptitude Test 50 MCQ 200
Planning Based Question 25 100
Total 100 400

 

1 September, 2020, 6:35 pm

JEE Advanced 2020 : Revised Brochure Released

Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi has released a revised brochure for JEE Advanced 2020 on its official website at jeeadv.ac.in. Online registration process for JEE Advanced will begin from September 11 and conclude on September 16 (5 pm). Exam will be held on September 27.

Download JEE Advanced 2020 Brochure Here

JEE Mains 2020 will be held from September 1 to 6 for which the result will be declared by September 10. Candidates who clear JEE Mains will be eligible to apply for JEE Advanced.

JEE Advanced 2020 admit card will be released on September 21 and candidates will be able to download it till September 27.

Moreover, those seeking admission in Bachelor of Architecture (b.Arch) programme, will have to appear for Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT). The registration process for AAT will begin on October 5 and close on October 6. AAT 2020 will be conducted on October 8 from 9 am to 12 noon. The AAT Results will be out on October 11.

Other Important Dates:

Copy of candidate responses to be available on the JEE (Advanced) 2020 website --- September 29, 2020, 10:00 IST to September 30, 2020, 17:00 IST

Online display of provisional answer keys at https://jeeadv.ac.in --- Tuesday, September 29, 2020, 10:00 IST

Receiving feedback from candidates on provisional answer keys through candidate portal --- September 29, 2020, 10:00 IST to September 30, 2020, 17:00 IST

Online display of final answer keys at https://jeeadv.ac.in --- October 05, 2020

 

26 August, 2020, 2:42 pm

JEE Main Admit Card 2020 : Know About COVID-19 Instructions, Self Declaration Form

JEE Main Admit Card 2020 : NTA has released the JEE Main 2020 admit card at jeemain.nta.nic.in.

JEE Main admit card 2020 has been released by the National Testing Agency. Candidates can now download their JEE Main 2020 admit card from the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in, using their application number and date of birth.

In view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, NTA has taken extra measures to ensure safety of candidates. Candidates must read the exam day instructions mentioned on the JEE Main 2020 admit card and follow them on the exam day.

NTA has also introduced a self declaration form that candidates must fill in and bring to the exam venue. The self declaration form will ask candidates to record their health status, recent travel history, etc.

Candidates will be required to sign the self-declaration form in the presence of the invigilator.

“The candidate has to also bring to the exam centre, the undertaking given on the admit card at Page-1 (duly filled in, except his or her signature which he or she will be required to do in the presence of Invigilator). This undertaking is in addition to the one filled online at the time of downloading the admit card, NTA said in a statement.

Scribes of the PwD candidates will also be required to bring their self declaration form to the examination venue, an official statement said.

Examination venue, including the computer, keyboard, mouse will be sanitized before and after each shift. Extra sheet will be placed on the desk before the commencement of the shift, NTA said.

JEE Main 2020: What To Carry

  1. Printout of admit card, undertaking form (filled and unsigned).

  2. A simple transparent ballpoint pen.

  3. Photo ID proof, additional photograph.

  4. Hand sanitizer (50 ml), transparent water bottle.

  5. PwD certificate (if applicable).

  6. Drawing utensils -- geometry box, pencils, erasers, color pencils or crayons -- for BArch candidates

JEE Main 2020: Prohibited Items

  1. Electronic devices, mobile phones, jewelry, and other personal belongings.

  2. Handbags, shoes, footwear with thick soles, and garments with large buttons.

 

18 August, 2020, 4:04 pm

JEE Main 2020 Admit Card Released : Direct Links Here

JEE Main 2020 Admit Card Release Date: The National Testing Agency Has Released JEE Main admit card 2020 at Jeemain.nta.nic.in, Nta.ac.in

JEE Main admit card 2020 has been released by the National Testing Agency, or NTA. Candidates can now visit the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in and nta.ac.in to download their JEE Main 2020 admit card. Candidates will be required to use their application number and date of birth to download the JEE Main 2020 admit card.

The engineering entrance exam will be conducted from September 1-6, 2020. Candidates will be required to bring the JEE Main 2020 admit card, along with a valid photo ID and photographs to the exam hall.

Without the JEE Main 2020 admit card, candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination venue.

JEE Main Admit Card 2020: Direct Link

Candidates can download their JEE Main 2020 admit card using these direct links:

JEE Main 2020 Admit Card: Link 1

JEE Main 2020 Admit Card: Link 2

JEE Main Admit Card 2020: How To Download

Follow these steps to download JEE Main 2020 admit card:

  1. Go to any of the two direct links mentioned above.

  2. Enter your application number and date of birth.

  3. Submit and download your JEE Main admit card 2020.

After downloading the JEE Main admit card, check the information mentioned -- date of birth, photograph, etc. In case of a discrepancy in the JEE main admit card, candidates should immediately contact the NTA helpline numbers and report it.

JEE Main Admit Card 2020 And COVID-19

In view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, NTA has provided added guidelines on precautionary measures. The JEE main admit card this year has a self-declaration form attached. Candidates taking JEE Main have to fill the self-declaration undertaking and submit it on the day of exam. This undertaking will ensure that JEE Main students taking the entrance test are COVID-19 free.

The JEE Main attached undertaking has various fields including travel information of the candidate, any flu-like symptoms they have and any close contacts with COVID-19 positive patients during the last 14 days.

Before reaching the JEE Main exam centre, candidates are to enter these details in the undertaking in their own handwriting, paste a recent passport-sized photograph and a smudge-free left thumb impression.

Meanwhile, candidates can continue their JEE Main 2020 preparation using video lectures by IIT Professors. Candidates can also use the National Test Abhyaas app to take mock tests.

 

18 August, 2020, 9:25 am

JEE Main, NEET 2020 Update : Supreme Court Dismisses Plea Demanding Postponement of JEE Main, NEET 2020

The entrance exams will be held as per schedule. The JEE Main will be held from September 1 to 6 while NEET will be held on September 13. The JEE Advanced on September 27.

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a petition seeking postponement of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), scheduled to be held in September 2020. It said the postponement will put students’ career in peril. Dismissing the petition, the apex court said it has taken note of assurance by the authorities that the exams will be held with adequate precautions.

“Career of students cannot be put under jeopardy for long,” the court said, adding that it has taken note of assurance by authorities that the exams will be held with adequate precautions. The JEE Main will be held from September 1 to 6 while NEET will be held on September 13. The JEE Advanced on September 27. These exams were postponed twice this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, however, students were demanding a further deferment.

The counsel appearing for the petitioners told the bench that lakhs of students are looking towards the top court for relief and they were only seeking postponement of these exams. The plea, filed by 11 students belonging to 11 states, had sought quashing of the July 3 notices issued by the National Testing Agency (NTA), by which it was decided to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) April 2020 and National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)-Undergraduate exams in September.

The plea, filed through advocate Alakh Alok Srivastava, had referred to COVID-19 pandemic and said authorities be directed to conduct these exams only after normalcy is restored. The plea had also sought direction to the authorities to increase the number of examination centres.

“Conducting the aforesaid examination across India at such perilous time, is nothing else but putting lives of lakhs of young students (including petitioners herein) at utmost risk and danger of disease and death. The best recourse at this stage can be to wait for some more time, let COVID-19 crisis subside and then only conduct these exams, in order to save lives of the students and their parents,” the plea had said.

It had claimed that NTA, which conducts entrance exams for admission in higher educational institutions in India, has decided to conduct JEE (Main) April-2020 through online mode and NEET UG-2020 exams through offline mode at 161 centres across the country.

It had alleged that NTA has indefinitely postponed the National Council of Hotel Management Joint Entrance Examination-2020, which was scheduled to be conducted on June 22, in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The plea had also alleged that authorities concerned have ignored the plight of lakhs of students from Bihar, Assam and north eastern states, which are presently reeling under flood, and conducting either online or offline exams in such places may not be possible.

Over 9 lakh had applied to appear for JEE Main while nearly 16 lakh registered for NEET. Candidates were given several options to opt for the nearest exam center. The number of exam centres, claims NTA, have also been increased by almost double to ensure safety of students.

 

17 August, 2020, 4:18 pm

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