JEE Main 2020 Question Paper Analysis (Out) – Get Paper I & II Analysis

JEE Main Question Paper Analysis 2019JEE Main 2020 Exam Analysis has been released from Day 1 to Day 6 (All Shifts) 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 exams. Paper of B.Arch and B.Plan is conducted through online mode while drawing test is held in offline mode. Candidates can check shift wise analysis of JEE Main 2020 Exam from this article.

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JEE Main 2020 Shift I Analysis

Day 1 (1st September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The first shift of JEE Main 2020 Exam held for Paper 2 for the 2nd session has been conducted successfully from 9 am to 12 noon. According to the feedback of the students who appeared for JEE Main exam (1st September 2020), the difficulty level of the paper was moderate in comparison to the January JEE Main paper and Aptitude section was easiest. However, Mathematics section was difficult in terms of numerical questions.

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The questions were mostly from syllabus of 11th & 12th level. General Aptitude section was easy and had mostly questions from top-view, odd figures, finding correction allevation, etc. Also memory based JEE Main 2020 Questions & Answer key has been released.

Analysis According to Institutions: As per the exam analysis by FIITJEE Coaching Institute, the difficulty level of the exam was easy in comparison to the JEE Main January session paper. The Paper -2 of JEE Main was of full marks – 400. B.Arch Paper was different from B.Plan paper.

Various coaching institutions will also analyse the exam. The complete analysis of the paper is yet to be released by various coaching institutions. Also the institutional answer key will be provided by the institutions.

Day 2 (2nd September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: JEE Main 2020 Exam Paper 1 Shift I (B.Tech/ B.E) has been successfully conducted from 9 am to 12 noon. As per the feedback of the aspirants, Physics section was difficult of all sections. There were numerical questions in this section. Questions were from equilibrium, mechanics, optics, thermodynamics, modern physics, etc.

For the Mathematics sections, some students said that the paper was easy and some moderate in level of difficulty. However, the questions were time consuming. Question were from Algebra, trigonometry, calculus, coordinate geometry, etc.

Chemistry section in Paper 1 was considered moderately easy by the students. The questions were mostly theoretical and was good scoring for candidates who were well prepared from NCERT. Complete Chemistry section was NCERT based. There were more questions from organic chemistry.

Overall the Paper 1 Shift I was considered moderate in difficulty level by most of the students.

Analysis According to Institutions: As per the analysis by Aakash institute, the Physics section was easy. It was similar to the JEE Main January paper. It was mostly calculation based and lengthy.

The Chemistry section in JEE Main Paper was moderate in difficulty level with memory based questions. There were more theoretical questions in the paper. This section was also quite similar to the January JEE Main paper. The questions were a little bit confusing because of mixed concepts.

Mathematics section was easy and not tough. There were easy numerical value based questions. Those students who have appeared in the mock test provided by NTA would have got much benefit for the exam. The paper was comfortable and could be completed on time.

Day 3 (3rd September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The JEE Main Paper 1 exam has been successfully conducted for Forenoon shift. As per the students reactions about the paper, the Physics section was tough while Maths was moderate in difficulty level and Chemistry was easiest.

The chemistry section had mostly theory based questions & were from NCERT. Physics section was most time consuming & difficult section in the paper. The Mathematics section had questions from matrices, complex number, integration, vector & 3D, etc.

Analysis According to Institutions: FIITJEE Coaching Institute has released its exam analysis for the exam. The paper was overall difficult on comparison to the January session exam. As per its analysis, the section of Physics was the toughest of all the three sections. The numerical based questions were tough.

The mathematics section was easy to moderate however, the numerical based questions required lengthy calculations. Chemistry section was moderate in difficulty level. Some of the fact based questions were directly from NCERT.

Day 4 (4th September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: JEE Main 2020 Paper I (BE/ B.Tech) Shift 1 of 4th September 2020 has been successfully conducted. According to the students reviews, the paper of JEE Main (BE/ B/.Tech) 1st shift was easy to moderate. In Chemistry section, most of the questions were from NCERT and were easy.

The Physics & Mathematics section was moderate in difficulty level. Physics section had mostly formula based questions. The mathematics section was lengthy and took more than 1 hour. The questions in Mathematics were more from coordinate geometry, calculus, sequence in Mathematics.

Analysis According to Institutions: According to Aakash institute, Physics paper was moderate in difficulty level. There were more calculative questions as compared to Mathematics. The questions were from topics like – Optics, Mechanics, Electrostat, Modern Physics, etc.

The chemistry section of the paper was mostly theoretical in nature with mostly questions from Organic chemistry. Almost complete chemistry section was covering the NCERT questions. Overall the paper was easy and was same as the last attempt.

The Mathematics section was lengthy and calculative in comparison to Physics and Chemistry section. As it was more calculative, the students were unable to complete this section in one hour.

Day 5 (5th September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: JEE Main Paper 1 (5th September) Shift 1 has been successfully conducted from 9 am to 12 noon. As per the candidates, the overall exam of JEE Main Shift 1 of 5th September 2020 paper was moderate to difficult.

In Physics section there were more numerical based questions. The numerical questions were difficult. Mostly questions were from 12th level syllabus and the numerical questions were from  11th level syllabus.

In Chemistry section, most of the questions were asked from coordination compound and chemical bonding. There were tricky questions in this section and less numerical questions. Overall this section was easy and simple.

The Mathematics section was tough. There were lengthy questions from vectors, 3D, matrices, integration, complex numbers, calculus, differential equations, etc. The paper was hard than the Day 4 paper of JEE Main 2020.

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.

newiconDay 6 (6th September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The paper of JEE Main Day 6 Shift 1 has been successfully concluded. As per the candidates reactions, the paper was overall moderate to difficult. The questions were from the topics – Magnetism, electrostatics, modern physics, EM waves, thermodynamics, optics, etc. Mostly the numericals were asked from 11th level & theory based questions were from 12th level topics.

In Chemistry section, the questions were from coordination compound, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, chemical bonding & inorganic chemistry. There were 56% moderate questions and rest were easy questions. More number of questions were from inorganic chemistry and from NCERT.

In Mathematics section, there were long calculations and was a bit lengthy. Question asked in this section were from topics – trigonometry, coordinate geometry, calculus, algebra, 3D. These questions from 3D were hard.

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 2020 Shift II Analysis

Day 1 (1st September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2020 (1st September 2020) exam has been successfully conducted. The paper was overall moderate in nature. Talking about the section wise analysis of paper, the drawing section was easier than all other sections. The difficult sections of all was Mathematics section.

General Aptitude section was easier than other sections. As per the students, the mathematics section in B.Plan was tricky and had various questions on integration and few of numerical value. Paper of B.Plan was moderately difficult. In B.Arch paper, Mathematics section was also difficult with questions from differentiation, integration, area bound, 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.

Day 2 (2nd September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The second shift of 2nd September Paper I JEE Main 2020 has been successfully conducted. As per the students reviews, the paper was moderately difficult. Mathematics section was the moderately difficult. The Chemistry section was the easiest one. Physics section was the toughest and the questions were based on numerical problems. More questions in Physics were asked from 12th level topics.

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 (3rd September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The Paper I shift 2 (3rd September) is successfully conducted. As per the reaction of the students, the exam was overall moderate in difficulty level. Students said that the exam was easier than the January session JEE Main 2020. The Physics section was easy to moderate. It has tricky and lengthy questions.

The Chemistry section was quite simple and the questions were mostly from NCERT. However, this section was quite lengthy this time but the questions were easy to understand. So it was overall easy to moderate in difficulty level.

Talking about the Mathematics section, students said that this section was very calculative & time consuming. Mostly questions were from vectors. So, the Mathematics section was moderate to hard 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 4 (4th September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The JEE Main exam of 4th September Shift 2 has been successfully conducted at the designated centres in various cities. As per the reviews given by the aspirants, the exam was overall easy to moderate level.

Students said that the exam was easier than the JEE Main January paper. Physics section was lengthy and the subjective questions were a bit easier than the MCQs. The MCQs were a bit confusing in difficulty level. In Chemistry section there were mostly theoretical type of questions. So students found this section easy.

The Mathematics section was too lengthy but the questions were easy. So, this section was easy to moderate in difficulty level. As per the students, the questions in this section were repeated from previously asked topics.

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 5 (5th September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: Exam Analysis has been released. As per the students feedback, the questions in the Physics section were tricky and difficult. There were direct questions, less from theory and more application based.

Chemistry section was again easier than the other two sections. The Mathematics section was moderate in difficulty level but there were more calculations. Students said that this section was a bit lengthy and time consuming. Overall the paper was considered to be moderate to hard 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.

newiconDay 6 (6th September 2020):

Analysis According to Students: The last day and shift of JEE Main Paper has been successfully concluded. As per the analysis, the overall paper was moderate to difficult. The Physics section was tricky with 20% difficult questions and 24% easy questions.

In the Chemistry section, the part of organic chemistry was tough and inorganic was easier. in physical chemistry the questions were from acid and base.

The Mathematics section was lengthy and difficult. It was time consuming. Questions were from the topics – Algebra, differentiation, vectors, coordinate geometry, 3D, calculus, parabola. No questions were asked from integration.

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 2020 Shifts Timing

The shift timing of JEE Main 2020 examination is mentioned below:

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

What After JEE Main 2020 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 2020 answer key, they can challenge for the answer for that question by submitting Justification of the answer through challenge form on the website.

If you have any other queries regarding JEE Main 2020. You can ask your queries below in the comment box.

Displaying 31 Comments
  1. Keerthana says:

    Are optical response sheets available now of jee main 2020?

  2. Haleema Nyrah says:

    I am PWD general female candidate I got 56.123 percentile in jee mains 2019 so any chances to get seat in Warangal NEET college.

  3. Aman says:

    I am unable to get my omr sheet

  4. manikonda venkata sai ram says:

    january11 morning shift paper is too tough when compared to other papers.

  5. Rinku says:

    Answer key official khul hi nai rahi hai ab uski official vali link bhejo please

  6. Virendra says:

    I have answered all the drawing questions but not marked as “answered” in exam…now it’s reflecting as “not attempted” in question paper review ….will they consider it

  7. Dhonddev Ameya Sanjay says:

    website pe sirf khudka response dikhta hai.answer key nahi

  8. Mounika says:

    Jan11 paper was tough compare to jan9,10,12

  9. Jyothimon says:

    I have attended both paper 1 &2, i wish to get the admission for B Arch. Do i required to pass paper 1 ? or getting the B Arch admission i need maximum score only for paper 2 ?

  10. K Manohar reddy says:

    When will omr key will be released

  11. Oswaldcardoz says:

    Can we take xerox copy of adhhar card for the exam

  12. Sayan Debnath says:

    Should I wear my school uniform?

  13. Neha Rana says:

    Please give me brochure.

  14. Bhavana Rishika says:

    I am appearing both 1&2 papers

  15. Sahana Mondal says:

    Will I have any problem to sit for theexam if I have braces?

  16. AYANTIKA DEY says:

    When the Optical Response Sheet will be released after KEEP main exam ?

  17. Srikanthreddy says:

    Sir,
    Please send the weightage &cutoff of jeemain 2019

  18. Om Manojkumar modi says:

    Sir/Madam, no comments
    Really an excellent arrangement I found. And also a centre is very good at Odhav.idz 01.Thx once again NTA.
    OM MODI.

  19. CHARANYADHARSHINI.M says:

    SIR, PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE JEE MAIN APRIL2019 EXAM NOTIFICATIONS.
    THANK YOU.

  20. Pruthvi says:

    Sir
    In exam one drawing exam that marks added or not

    I’m not clear about jee exam subject pattern
    Plz can you explain me

  21. Javed says:

    What type of clothes should mens wear ? Full hand shirts or half hands ? Can we wear t shirts

  22. Can you please send me the question paper says:

    Can you please send me the question paper

  23. Mukulmani Roy says:

    I hv question for when will you release prospect of Bihar polytechnic

  24. Gopal Jee says:

    If I have applied for jee main January and I am not able to appear in exam due to emergency
    Then, will I lose my one chance or not??

  25. Deva raj says:

    Very good

  26. C PANGKON says:

    Can we appear paper 2 without appearing paper 1??

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