JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Analysis (Out) – Get Paper I & II Analysis

JEE Main Question Paper Analysis 2021JEE Main 2021 Exam Analysis (Day 4 Shift 1 & 2) for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) has been released on 27th July 2021 for April session (3rd Phase) exam. This national level exam is held for admission into B.E/ B.Tech, B.Arch & B.Plan courses in various renowned institutions of the country. Here, candidates can check complete exam analysis of JEE Main April session exam. The Paper 2A and 2B will not be conducted in April session and will be organised in May session exam. Paper 2A (B.Arch) and 2B (B.Plan) is conducted through online mode while drawing test is held in offline mode. Candidates can check shift wise analysis of JEE Main 2021 Exam from this article.

JEE Main Exam Analysis – Released

newiconJEE Main 2021 Exam Analysis (Day 4 Shift 1 & 2) for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) has been released on 27th July 2021 for April session (3rd Phase) exam. Check complete analysis below.

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JEE Main 2021 April Exam Analysis

Day 1 Shift I (20th July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The first shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 3rd session (April session) has been conducted successfully. According to the feedback of the students, the paper of this session was difficult as expected by the students.

The Physics and Mathematics section were toughest as comparison to the Chemistry section. In Physics, most of the questions asked were from rotational motion and electromagnetism. There were around 15 questions which were NCERT based.

The numerical in Mathematics were hard as the students were expecting. The questions asked were from the topics – Algebra, Coordinate geometry, calculus, etc. The weightage of questions asked in Mathematics section was 45% from 11th level syllabus and 55% from 12th level syllabus.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

Day 1 Shift II (20th July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The second shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 3rd session (April session) has been conducted successfully from 3 pm to 6 pm. According to the feedback of the students, the paper of this session was moderate in difficulty level.

The chemistry was considered to be easy as comparison to Mathematics and Physics section. In Chemistry section, the questions were mostly from NCERT syllabus. The questions were from topics – Chemical bonding, Environment chemistry, Liquid solutions, Electrochemistry, Halogens, Hydrogen Bonding, etc.

The Mathematics section was considered tough in difficulty level as the questions were lengthy. The questions were from the topics – Definite Integration, 3D Geometry, Permutation, Parabola, Complex numbers, Binomial Theorem, etc.

The Physics section was moderate in difficulty level. The questions were from the topics – Sound, Thermodynamics, vector, current electricity, work power energy, modern physics, etc.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

Day 2 Shift I (22nd July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The first shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) held on 22nd July 2021 for the 3rd session (April session) has been concluded successfully from 9 am to 12 pm. As per the feedback of the students, the paper of this session was overall moderate in difficulty level.

As per the students, the Chemistry & Mathematics section was moderate to difficult in nature. Whereas, the Physics section was easier one. The question in physics section were mostly from 11th class syllabus.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

Day 2 Shift II (22nd July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The second shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 3rd session (April session) has been conducted from 3 pm to 6 pm. As per the students, the shift 2 paper of 22nd July 2021 was moderate to difficult in nature.

In Mathematics section, the questions were calculative and tough in nature as compare to the previous session. For Physics section, the paper was considered to be moderate in difficulty level. This section was also calculative in nature. In chemistry section, there were mostly questions from NCERT.

There were questions from topics – polymers, environment chemistry, etc. Also, there were equal number of questions from organic as well as inorganic chemistry.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

Day 3 Shift I (25th July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The Day 3 first shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 3rd session (April session) has been conducted successfully from 9 am to 12 pm. According to the feedback of the students, the paper of this shift was considered to be moderate in difficulty level. Almost every topic was covered in the paper of every subject.

In Physics section, the paper was moderate in difficulty level. However, Mathematics section was considered to be more difficult than other subjects. Paper of mathematics was calculative and lengthy in nature. In Chemistry section there were equal weightage for inorganic and organic chemistry. There were questions mostly from NCERT in chemistry.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

Day 3 Shift II (25th July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The second shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 3rd session (April session) has been conducted successfully from 3 pm to 6 pm. According to the feedback of the students, the paper of this session was moderate in difficulty level.

Mathematics & Physics section were moderate in difficulty level.  While, the chemistry section was easy to moderate in difficulty level.

Questions in chemistry section were mostly from NCERT. In physics section, there were questions from topics – Semiconductors, kinematics, etc. The questions in Mathematics section were considered quite easy by the students.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

Day 4 Shift I (27th July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The Day 4 first shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 3rd session (April session) has been conducted successfully from 9 am to 12 pm. According to the feedback of the students, the paper of this shift was considered to be moderate in difficulty level.

In Physics section, the questions were mostly formula based. In the Mathematics section, the questions were considered to be difficult and lengthy.

In the Chemistry section, there were questions from NCERT. The questions were from topics like chemistry in every day life, polymer biomolecule, etc. This section was considered to be easiest one.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

Day 4 Shift II (27th July 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The second shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 3rd session (April session) has been conducted from 3 pm to 6 pm. According to the students reaction, the paper was overall moderate in difficulty level.

In Mathematics section, the questions asked were lengthy and tough. Questions asked in the paper were from relation, statistics, reasoning, trigonometry, coordinate geometry, etc. Overall this section was moderate to tough.

In Chemistry section, the questions were NCERT based. Questions were asked from the topics – Polymers, metallurgy, biomolecules, coordination compounds, etc. Overall this section was considered to be easy to moderate in difficulty level.

In Physics section, the questions were asked from almost all topics in well balanced manner. Questions were from the topics like semiconductors, EMF, Fluids, Electrostatics, alternating currents, etc. Overall this section was considered to be moderate in difficulty level.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The analysis as per various institutions will be released soon. Complete analysis can be checked by online mode.

JEE Main 2021 Previous Session Analysis

Check below exam analysis for previous March JEE Main 2021 session:

Day 1 (16th March 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The first shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam for Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech) for the 2nd session (March session) has been conducted successfully from 9 am to 12 noon. According to the feedback of the students, the paper of this session was difficult comparison to the previous February session exam.

Physics and Chemistry section were easier than Mathematics section. There were direct questions asked in the chemistry section. Questions in Mathematics section were mostly from Matrices, Determinants, Probability, etc. However, as per some students, Physics section was considered to be toughest. Overall the paper was considered to be moderate in difficulty level.

The Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: As per the analysis of FIITJEE, the Chemistry section was easiest one. Questions in this section were from Co-ordination compounds, Chemical bonding and from NCERT book.

Talking about the Physics section, this was easy to moderate in difficulty level. There were questions from topics – Magnetism, EM waves, Optics, Electrostatics, Kinematics, Heat & Thermodynamics, etc. Also there were theory based questions from NCERT.

The Mathematics section was moderate to tough in difficulty level. The topics in the paper were – Complex numbers, algebra, matrices and determinants, binomial theorem, 3D Geometry, vectors, etc. The numerical questions in this section were lengthy in calculation.

Day 2 (17th March 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 1st shift of JEE Main 2021 (17th March exam) for B.E/ B.Tech has been successfully concluded from 9am and to 12 noon. As per the reactions of the students, the paper was easy to moderate in difficulty level.

Talking about the three sections, Mathematics section was considered to be lengthy one. However, Physics and Chemistry section was easier. Most of the questions in Maths section were from the topics – probability, 3D, conic section, etc. In Chemistry section, most of the questions were from Inorganic chemistry.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

Day 3 (18th March 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 1st shift of JEE Main 2021 (18th March) for B.E/ B.Tech has been conducted from 9am to 12 noon. According to the students, the paper was overall moderate in difficulty level.

In Mathematics section, there were questions from topics like calculation of perpendicular distance, statistics, circle, differential question, etc. This section was easy to moderate and was lengthy.

Of all the three sections, Physics was considered to be the toughest one. Most of the questions in this section were theory based. Questions were from Force, Frictions, electricity, mechanics, time period, etc.

In Chemistry section, the questions were directly asked from NCERT. As per the students, this section was considered to be the easiest section of other three sections. Questions were asked from Biomolecules, Polymers, Faraday’s law, etc.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

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JEE Main 2021 Question Papers

JEE Main 2021 Shift II Analysis

Day 1 (16th March 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2021 (16th March) exam for Paper I – B.E/ B.Tech exam has been conducted successfully between 3pm to 6pm. As per the reactions of the students, the exam was overall tough on comparison to the February session exam.

Students said that the paper was time taking. Mathematics section was difficult in nature while Chemistry section was easier one.

Analysis According to Institutions: As per exam analysis by Aakash Institute, the physics section had lengthy calculations. It has lengthy 7-8 questions from modern physics and few more questions from Radioactivity. Overall this section was difficult one due to its lengthy nature.

In Chemistry section, there were mostly questions from NCERT. There were also many questions from organic chemistry from inorganic and physical branches. Overall this section was considered easy to moderate in difficulty level.

In Mathematics section, there were various questions from topics – Coordinate geometry, three dimensional geometry, algebra, calculus, vector, etc. There were few questions which involved lengthy calculations and some questions were tricky in nature.

Day 2 (17th March 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2021 (17th March) for B.E/ B.Tech exam has been conducted successfully between 3pm to 6pm.

According to the students reaction, the difficulty level of the paper was overall moderate. The paper was considered more difficult than the February session exam. Questions in the paper were uniformly asked from the syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

In Physics section, there were calculative questions and was considered moderate in difficulty level.

In Chemistry section, there were mostly theory based questions. The questions were mostly from NCERT and were easy in nature.

In Mathematics section, the questions were mostly time consuming. Students said that this section was lengthy and moderate in difficulty level.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

Day 3 (18th March 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2021 (18th March) exam has been conducted between 3 pm to 6 pm.

According to the review of the students, the paper was overall moderate in difficulty level.

In Physics section, the questions were both numerical and theory based. This section was considered to be moderate in difficulty level on comparison to others. Questions were from electrodynamics, mechanics, etc.

In Mathematics section, there were questions from differential calculus, integral calculus, coordinate geometry, trigonometry, etc. This section was considered to be tough of all other sections.

In Chemistry section, the questions were more from organic chemistry and NCERT. This section was considered easy to moderate in difficulty level.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

JEE Main 2021 Shifts Timing

The shift timing of JEE Main 2021 examination is mentioned below:

ShiftsExam StartExam End
Shift I09:00 AM12:00 PM
Shift II03:00 PM06:00 PM

What After JEE Main 2021 Exam?

National Testing agency (NTA) will release the Optical Response Sheet (ORS) after the exam. Candidates can match their answers and get the clear idea about expected marks.

If any candidate is having any doubt regarding any question in the JEE Main 2021 answer key, they can challenge for the answer for that question by submitting Justification of the answer through challenge form on the website.

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  1. bikashparsad says:

    Can we submit our bag, mobile phone or any other thing that the aspirants Carry along them to the exam centre who takes the guide

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