JEE Mains Exam Analysis 2023: Difficulty Level & Good Attempts
Author : Aparna
Updated On : June 15, 2023
Summary: Session 1 for JEE B.Arch exam was successfully completed on 28 January 2023, with nearly 0.46 lakh taking part in the exam across 343 centres in India. This article discusses about JEE Mains Exam Analysis 2023 and trends.
National Testing Agency conducted its 1st test for Joint Entrance Examination (Main) – 2023 Session 1 in the month of January. And our experts have given their analysis of the JEE mains paper.
Every year, NTA successfully concludes two sessions for JEE Main Paper 2 Examination.
As much as solving previous year's papers is important, it's equally important to understand the exam analysis and reviews of the students who took the exam this year.
This post will provide details of JEE Mains Exam Analysis 2023 and the exam's difficulty level.
The August JEE Main 2021 Exam session was scheduled for August 26, 27, 31, and September 1, 2, 2021. Check out the previous year's JEE Main Paper 2 Trends and Difficulty Level to get a detailed insight into the type of questions asked.
Based on students' reviews, the Mathematics section was difficult. In Maths, questions were asked on Sets, Relations, Determinants, Matrices, Definite Integration, Application of Derivatives, a Cartesian system of Rectangles, Coordinates, Straight lines, and 3D geometry.
The Aptitude section included questions from Orthographic Progression, Hidden Figures, Mirror Images, and Odd one out. The section was easy, and the questions had to be approached with Imagination and Visualization.
In Drawing, the questions were Portrait of a Sardar standing at Golden Temple, Make a view of the traditional market you have been to, Make a 2D composition using differently sized hexagons, Corporation - Decode the images and draw aesthetic composition.
In AAT, most of the questions were asked from the GK of the Chandigarh location. A few questions were from Union Territory and capital. Few from Rock Garden City and Match the following questions from Burj Kalifa.
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JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis 2021 (February Session)
A total of 63065 candidates registered for JEE Main Paper 2 Exam 2021. Of these, around 63000 appeared for the JEE Main paper 2 February session examination.
With all the safety measures, the examination was conducted in 437 exam centres across the country.
Go through the detailed JEE Main Paper 2 Exam analysis below to know the number of questions asked and the difficulty level of the exam.
Here is the detailed analysis of the previous year's JEE Main Paper 2 examination. Considering the student's feedback, the exam review is updated below. Go through the review to know the difficulty level of the B.Arch and Planning entrance examination.
JEE Main Paper 2 Exam Analysis 2020
Mathematics was once again the difficult section. Most of the questions asked in Mathematics were from topics like Integration, Area-bounded, and Differentiation.
The aptitude section was the easiest out of all. Most of the questions were to tell about the top view. There were a total of 5 numerical value questions were asked on topics such as hyperbola, measurements, and three-dimensional geometry.
The overall difficulty level was moderate. Most of the questions were asked from the syllabus of class XI mathematics. The topics were Distance, Geometry, integration & differentiation, 3D Coordinate Geometry, etc.
The aptitude section was difficult. The aptitude section mainly had design-based questions where students were asked to determine the correct top view etc., from the figure mentioned in the questions.
There are 2 sections in the drawing exam. The second question has the choice to answer any of the 3 questions. Questions were based on topics like a cylinder, school playground, gymnasts, grandparents' faces, etc. The level of the exam is difficult as the candidates give the review.
Among all the three sections of the examination, mathematics was the toughest. Maximum questions were asked from the calculus chapter. Questions are entirely different from the January examination.
The questions in the Aptitude segment were tricky but easy. Around 10 to 15 questions were asked from GK and the location of places with architectural importance. Most students felt that this section was the easiest among all the others.
The drawing examination of JEE Mains was lengthy but easy. In the first question, the students were tested on their imagination and creativity levels. Next, the candidates were asked to draw from a cube, and the second question was slightly complicated. A flower was given, and students were asked to sketch its replica. In the last question, students were asked to draw a professor teaching a classroom from a rearview.
Per the students' review, the drawing section was easy, while Mathematics was difficult.
Compared to previous years, Mathematics was tough and tricky.
The aptitude section included full forms of ISRO and NASA.
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