JEE Main Exam 2021 : 2nd Shift Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question 25th Feb 2021

JEE Main 2021 Afternoon Session was held from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM On 25th Feb 2021. Following are the links to the detailed questions with their answers provided by different coaching centers.

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

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Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

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Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

25th Feb 2021(Forenoon): Memory Based Question And Solutions

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

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Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

24th Feb 2021(Afternoon): Memory Based Question And Solutions

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

24th Feb 2021(Forenoon): Memory Based Question And Solutions

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Following are the links to the memory-based question of the B-Arch Exam Held In 2 shifts On 23rd Of Feb 2021:

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Shift 1(23/02/2021) Click Here
Shift 2(23/02/2021) Click Here

 

JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis – Feb 25 (Afternoon Shift) for B.E/B.Tech

  • Overall the paper was found to be easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.
  • The questions were mostly NCERT based. Some candidates pointed out more weightage of the Class XI syllabus in the paper.
  • Mathematical reasoning and Integration topics were asked in the mathematics section.
  • Mathematics was found to be the toughest because of calculations.
  • Physics surprisingly was easy as per some test takers.
  • The level of difficulty of the chemistry section was found to be of board exam level.
  • Most of the students were satisfied with the internal choices.
  • As per experts, 60+ attempts can be seen as good for the paper.

 

26 February, 2021, 10:56 am

JEE Main Exam 2021 : 1st Shift Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question 25th Feb 2021

JEE Main 2021 Forenoon Session was held from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon On 25th Feb 2021. Following are the links to the detailed questions with their answers provided by different coaching centers.

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths To Be Updated

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

24th Feb 2021(Afternoon): Memory Based Question And Solutions

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

24th Feb 2021(Forenoon): Memory Based Question And Solutions

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Following are the links to the memory-based question of the B-Arch Exam Held In 2 shifts On 23rd Of Feb 2021:

Topic Name Download
Shift 1(23/02/2021) Click Here
Shift 2(23/02/2021) Click Here

 

JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis – Feb 25 (Morning Shift) for B.E/B.Tech

  • Overall the paper was found to be easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level.
  • The questions were mostly NCERT based. Some candidates pointed out more weightage of the Class XI syllabus in the paper.
  • Mathematical reasoning and Integration topics were asked in the mathematics section.
  • Mathematics was found to be the toughest because of calculations.
  • Physics surprisingly was easy as per some test takers.
  • The level of difficulty of the chemistry section was found to be of board exam level.
  • Most of the students were satisfied with the internal choices.
  • As per experts, 60+ attempts can be seen as good for the paper.

 

25 February, 2021, 6:51 pm

JEE Main Exam 2021 : Exam Didn’t Go Well? Apply For Next Session

If the first session of the JEE Main 2021 did not go well, candidates will get at least three more chances to improve their scores on JEE Main this year. The body conducting the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main for undergraduate Engineering admissions, National Testing Agency (NTA), will hold the subsequent sessions in March, April, and finally, in May 2021. After the declaration of the JEE Main 2021 result of each of the sessions, the NTA will briefly reopen applications for the next rounds. The final result will be declared only after the May session and will consider the best NTA score of the four exams for candidates who appear for more than one session.

The NTA’s official information bulletin gives the tentative JEE Main 2021 exam dates for the remaining sessions. The tentative dates are as follows:

JEE Main 2021 Sessions

Exam Dates

Session 2

March 15-18

Session 3

April 27-30

Session 4

May 24-28

The first shift exams will begin at 9 am and end at 12 pm and the second shift will be held from 3 pm to 6 pm as is customary.

JEE Main 2021: Apply For The Next Session

A candidate can apply for more than one session at once when the application window opens and pay the exam fee accordingly. Similarly, they can withdraw from a particular session as well and if they do, their exam fee for that session of JEE Main 2021 will be refunded. The candidate also had the option of applying for each session of JEE Main separately.

The NTA bulletin says: If a candidate wishes to apply only for one session, he/she has to pay an examination fee only for that session during the current application period and will have [the] opportunity to apply again for the remaining March/ April / May sessions.”

The application window will be reopened after the result of each session is declared for the next one. “The application window will be re-opened briefly immediately after the declaration of the result of [the] February / March/ April session. [The] examination for the May session will be the last examination for [the] coming academic year.”

JEE Main 2021 For BArch, B-Planning

While the exam will be held in four sessions for aspiring to join BTech programs, for Architecture or Planning aspirants, the exam will continue to be held just twice -- in February and in May.

The number of candidates for BArch and B-Planning is a fraction of the number appearing for the BTech papers. Out of the 6,61,776 candidates who have registered for JEE Main 2021 February session, just 63,065 are for BArch and B-Planning.

JEE Main 2021: Clash With Board Exams

For some students, the May session of JEE Main 2021, tentatively scheduled for May 24-28, will clash with their CBSE Class 12 board exams and other board exams. The NTA has asked candidates who will be affected by this overlap in the exam period to submit their board exam roll-numbers and the name of the board when the JEE Main 2021 application window opens for the May session. According to an NTA notice, the application window for the May session will be open from May 4 to 12, 2021.

 

25 February, 2021, 1:00 pm

JEE Main Exam 2021 : 2nd Shift Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question 24th Feb 2021

JEE Main 2021 Afternoon Session was held from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM On 24th Feb 2021. Following are the links to the detailed questions with their answers provided by different coaching centers.

Resonance Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Reliable Institute Question Paper With Solutions:

Topic Name Download
Physics Click Here
Chemistry Click Here
Maths Click Here

Opinions of the students are mentioned below:

  • Questions from Modern Physics, Electromagnetism, Electrostatics, and Rotational motion, were asked in physics.
  • Physics and Mathematics, both of these sections were found to be lengthy.
  • Some candidates mentioned that more weightage was given to the class 11th syllabus.
  • A student said that Mathematics was the toughest, lengthy and time-consuming section having questions from Calculus and Trigonometry.
  • As per the JEE Main paper analysis shared by a few coaching centres, candidates who have appeared in the first shift found Mathematics, Chemistry moderately difficult, and Physics easiest amongst the three. The questions asked covered all chapters of Classes 11 and 12, however, weightage was given to class 12 chapters in Maths and Chemistry.

 

25 February, 2021, 11:13 am

JEE Main Exam 2021 : 1st Shift Exam Analysis & Memory Based Question 24th Feb 2021

Students who have appeared in the first shift of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Mains 2021) for admission to BE, BTech program found Mathematics and Chemistry moderately difficult, and Physics easiest amongst the three subjects. Following is the link For memory based questions With Solutions:

Feb-24 Shift-1 Questions

The questions asked in the examination covered almost all chapters of Classes 11 and 12, however, weightage was given to Class 12 chapters in Maths and Chemistry, according to Ramesh Batlish, a FIITJEE expert.

Mathematics was easy to moderate level. The questions were asked from Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Algebra, Vector, and 3D Geometry. Few numerical-based questions required lengthy calculations and the weightage was given to Calculus.

Physics was comparatively easy. Most of the questions were asked from Kinematics, Optics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, EM waves, Heat, and Thermodynamics. Few numerical-based questions had lengthy calculations but were easy. Theory-based questions from Class 12 chapters of NCERT were asked.

The chemistry was moderate. Maximum questions covered chapters such as Chemical bonding, Coordination compounds. Heat and Thermodynamics had more weightage. Inorganic Chemistry had mostly questions from NCERT books.

According to Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director (Engineering), Aakash Educational Services Ltd. (AESL), “Overall the paper was Moderate to Easy and balanced. Almost all topics were covered in each subject, and students were able to complete the paper in the given time. If we compare the difficulty level, we can say Maths >Chemistry >Physics.”

JEE Main 2021 Students Reaction & Reviews Paper 1 (BE/BTech)

February 24, 2021 (Morning Session)

Satyam, who appeared for Paper 1 of JEE Main 2021 says that the paper was of moderate difficulty. Mathematics was the toughest section, while Chemistry was the easiest. The Physics section had more questions on Mechanics. There were more questions from Organic Chemistry in the Chemistry section. In Mathematics, there were more questions from Vectors and 3D.

Tanushree says that the paper was easy and most of the questions were from the 12th standard syllabus. The paper was well balanced. Physics was the toughest while Mathematics was the easiest. There were more questions from Relations and Permutations in the Mathematics section, while in Physics, there were more questions from Momentum and Current Electricity.

Aditya says that the BTech paper was quite moderate. Physics was a bit tougher than other sections. Integration and Matrix were covered more in Mathematics, while in Physics, it was Wave Optics. The Chemistry section was more balanced.

Deepak Yadav also confirms that the paper was of moderate level. In Physics, there were more questions on Gravitation, while in Mathematics it was Sets and Integration. In Chemistry, Inorganic questions were higher in number. The Mathematics section was the toughest.

Hanskumar was quite surprised to find that the paper was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty. Physics had more questions from Thermodynamics, Chemistry was a balanced section. Mathematics had more questions from Vectors. For Hanskumar, Mathematics was the toughest section.

Shivansh Bhardwaj says that the Physics section was quite easy, while Mathematics was moderate to hard. The Chemistry section had more questions from Inorganic. It was a balanced paper. Modern Physics questions were more in number while other sections were balanced.

 

24 February, 2021, 4:48 pm

CBSE 12th Crash Course 2021 : DAY 2 - Quick Revision, PYQ, Assignments & NCERT Solutions

CBSE 12th Crash Course–2021 Program Details:

  • Complete syllabus chapter-wise daily assignments.
  • Daily assignments updates.
  • Daily Chapter-wise Quick revision notes.
  • Daily Chapter-wise CBSE previous questions up to 2020.
  • All questions prepared by the best faculties from top institutions & Colleges.

Day 2-Syllabus:

Physics:

Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance

Chemistry:

Electrochemistry

Maths:

Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Biology:

Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants

Physics: Electrostatics Potential and Capacitance

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Quick Revision Click Here
HOTS Question Click Here
NCERT Solutions Click Here
Important Q&A Click Here
Assignment Click Here
Previous Year Questions Click Here

Chemistry: Electrochemistry

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HOTS Question Click Here
NCERT Solutions Click Here
Important Q&A Click Here
Assignment Click Here
Previous Year Questions Click Here

Maths: Inverse Trigonometric Functions

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HOTS Question Click Here
NCERT Solutions Click Here
Important Q&A Click Here
Assignment Click Here
Previous Year Questions Click Here

Biology: Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants

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HOTS Question Click Here
NCERT Solutions Click Here
Important Q&A Click Here
Assignment Click Here
Previous Year Questions Click Here

 

23 February, 2021, 3:49 pm