As you all already know, the JEE Main exam has started! The battle has begun and to put our best foot forward, we need to do a complete analysis of the exam pattern. Exam analysis helps in knowing the level of difficulty and weightage of topics that can help the students in the long run.
The JEE Main exam has 90 questions that are divided into 3 parts and each part has 2 sections.
Part 1: Mathematics
This section had 30 questions which were divided into two sections. Section 1 had 20 MCQ questions and section 2 had 10 formulas and numerical-based questions. The maximum number of questions were asked from Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Vector & 3D Geometry, and algebra. Numerical-based questions were a bit lengthy and required complex calculations. Overall, the Mathematics part was of a moderate level. In maths, the questions were based on PracBee’s study material (teaching notes, modules, and Short term PPT) so anyone who had solved it previously and retained the problem root path, can solve all questions.
Part 2: Physics
As per the students, the Physics part ranged from easy to moderate level where most of the questions were asked on topics like Kinematics, Communication Systems, Optics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Heat, and Thermodynamics. Some theory-based questions were asked from class XII NCERT. Numerical questions were also asked but the calculations were easy and workable.
Part 3: Chemistry
As said by most students, Chemistry was very easy amongst all and will play a major role in the rank list. Major topics that were covered in the exam are Mole Concept, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Chemical Bonding, coordination compounds, and Heat & Thermodynamics. More weightage was given to inorganic chemistry and some of the questions were even asked from NCERT directly. In physics, 100% of questions were from PracBee’s class notes. Of the questions asked in the JEE Main exam, some of the questions were already done in PracBee’ class while others were direct formula-based questions.
Please note that 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer so make sure to practice as much as you can to identify your weak and strong points. With this, we will take a leave now. All the best to every aspirant here!
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