BITSAT Paper Analysis: Subject Wise Analysis, Previous Year Analysis
Last updated on August 31st, 2021
BITSAT 2021 was successfully conducted in 13 slots from August 3, 2021, to August 9, 2021. BITS Pilani’s acceptance rate is 1.47%, out of 3 lakhs students from all over the country who fight to get a seat at this esteemed college. BITSAT Paper Analysis helps candidates to know the most asked chapters/topics, weightage, type of questions asked, difficulty level, students and expert’s reactions.
In interviews with over a dozen students, we can conclude that the paper was relatively easier than the previous year. The topics weren’t derailed and all highly anticipated sections got enough limelight. The overall difficulty of the BITSAT 2021 paper was easy to moderate for different shifts.
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BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis
The analysis mention here is based on feedback received by the students.
Exam Day  Interpretation of Difficulty  – 
Slot 1  Slot 2  – 
August 3  Easier English and Chemistry sections with a mix of moderate Physics and lengthy Mathematics questions.  Moderately tough English, and Mathematics with a mix of easy Chemistry and some tricky Physics questions. 
August 4  Easy English and Chemistry with moderate Physics and Mathematics.  Easy Physics and Chemistry with moderate Mathematics and tough English. 
August 5  Easy English, Physics, and Chemistry, with lengthy and tricky Mathematics.  Easy Mathematics, Physics, and English with lengthy and moderate Chemistry. 
August 6  Easy Mathematics, Physics, English with moderate Chemistry.  Easy Chemistry, English, and Physics with categorically easy but lengthy Mathematics. 
August 7  Easy Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and English.  Easy English, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. 
August 8  Moderate Physics and Mathematics with easy Chemistry and English.  Easy English, Chemistry, and English with categorically moderate but lengthy Mathematics. 
August 9  Easy Chemistry and English with moderate but trickly Physics and a very lengthy but categorically Mathematics.  – 
BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis: Day 1 (August 3)
 The questions were approachable and moderate with nothing out of the set expectations.
 A number of students were able to attend all 120 questions within the allotted time.
 English and Logical reasoning were easier than expected, a relief for students.
 Integrals and Conics dominated the questions from Mathematics.
 Electrostatics and Magnetism had prevailed in Physics, as expected.
 Chemistry was the most balanced subject, with questions spread evenly through Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry.
 Students attested that BITSAT Day 1, the slot was easier than JEE Main.
 Mathematics was lengthy and consumed the majority of the time.
 In a shocking development, two questions were squeezed from Solution of Triangle.
 The Degree of Freedom of Physics and Beth Linkage produced one question.
 Chemistry was easier than expected.
Detailed BITSAT Paper Analysis
Subject  Shift 1  Shift 2 
Mathematics  Interpretation: Moderate but LengthyDominating Topics: Permutation, Algebra, Combination, Vector, Quadratic Equation, and Binomial Theorem  Interpretation: ModerateDominating Topics: Coordinate Geometry, Calculus.Notable Misses: Complex Numbers 
Physics  Interpretation: ModerateDominating Topics: Communication System, Semiconductor, and Modern Physics  Interpretation: ModerateDominating Topics: Semiconductor, Modern Physics, Newton’s Law of Motion, and Alternating Currents.Notable observation: The paper had tricky questions from Electrostatistics and EMI 
Chemistry  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Polymer, Biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Electrochemistry, and Solutions. Notable observation: NCERT Based questions, with Physical Chemistry acquiring more weightage than any other topic. Notable misses: Metallurgy and Surface Chemistry  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Biomolecule, Carboxullic Acid, Aldehyde, Ether & Phenol, and Metallurgy.Notable misses: Surface chemistry 
BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis: Day 2 (August 4)
 The questions were moderate, following a similar theme from the previous day.
 Questions from Mathematics and Physics were tough but approachable, whereas questions from Chemistry were easier than anticipated.
 Questions from Modern Physics dominated the section.
 Integration, Probability, and Quadratic Equation had the most questions in the Mathematics section.
 Complex Numbers had one question, whereas Mathematical Reasoning produced zero questions.
 Questions from rearranging the order and error spotting from the English section were expectedly asked.
 Organic Chemistry dominated the Chemistry portion.
Detailed BITSAT Paper Analysis
Subject  Shift 1  Shift 2 
Mathematics  Interpretation: Moderate Dominating Topics: Integration and Quadratic Equation. Notable Misses: Permutation & Combination  Interpretation: Moderate Dominating Topics: Coordinate Geometry, Limit & Continuity, and Algebra. Notable observation: Most questions were based on the NCERT practice test 
Physics  Interpretation: Moderate Dominating Topics: Plank’s Constant, EMI, Alternating Current, Magnetism. Notable observation: The questions were based on the NCERT syllabus, and the 12th standard dominated the paper as compared to the 11th standard questions  Interpretation: Easy Dominating Topics: Kinetics, Newton’s Law of Motion, Modern Physics, Electromagnetic Induction, Wave Optics; questions were majorly NCERT based 
Chemistry  Interpretation: Easy Dominating Topics: pblock elements, alcohol, ether & phenol. Notable observation: Inorganic chemistry edges out with the most questions. Mostly NCERT based direct questions. Notable misses: Physical Chemistry  Interpretation: Easy Dominating Topics: Named reactions from Organic Chemistry, Alcohol, Ether & Phenol, pblock elements. Notable observation: Organic Chemistry edges out with the biggest questions, while Inorganic Chemistry’s questions were limited to pblock element. All major questions of Physical Chemistry were based on the 12th standard syllabus 
BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis: Day 3 (August 5)
 The questions were a combination of easy and tough.
 Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, and Modern Physics dominated the Physics section.
 Physical Chemistry covered most of the questions from the Chemistry section, with Gaseous State and Biomolecules producing a decent amount of questions.
 The Mathematics portion was lengthy and tricky, and questions from Differential Equation, Coordinate Geometry, and Vector Algebra were asked, as expected.
Detailed BITSAT Paper Analysis
Subject  Shift 1  Shift 2 
Mathematics  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Integration, Coordinate Geometry, Quadratic Equation, Complex Numbers, Limits, and Continuity.Notable observation: Questions were tricky and timeconsuming  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Coordinate Geometry, Probability, Vector, Calculus, 3D Geometry, Algebra, Limit & Continuity, Complex Numbers, Relation and Function.Notable observation: Questions were tricky and timeconsuming 
Physics  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Thermodynamics, Electrostatic, Modern Physics, Nuclear Physics, Magnetism.Notable observation: The questions were based on the NCERT syllabus and the questions were based on mixed concepts with 2 or more topics combined  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Alternating Current, Electromagnetic Induction, Communication System, Thermodynamics.Notable observation: NCERT based questions 
Chemistry  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Electrochemistry, Liquid State, Solid State, Atomic Structure, Ionic Equilibrium, Chemical Equilibrium, Named Reactions, and Polymers. Notable observation: Physical Chemistry garners the highest weighted questions, whereas Organic Chemistry sources several questions from the Named reaction  Interpretation: Moderate and LengthyDominating topics: sblock Elements, Hydrogen, pblock Elements, Surface Chemistry, Coordination Compounds, Metallurgy, Named ReactionsNotable observation: Inorganic Chemistry dominated the section and there were a decent number of reactionbased questions 
BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis: Day 4 (August 6th)
 The Mathematics portion had both easy and moderate questions.
 Questions from Limits, Application of Derivatives, Continuity, Curves, and Differentiability dominated the Mathematics portion.
 The Physics section was mostly based on NCERT, and questions from Modern Physics were dominant.
 The Chemistry section ranged between Easy and Moderate, and questions from p& fblock elements were dominant.
Detailed BITSAT Paper Analysis
Subject  Shift 1  Shift 2 
Mathematics  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Domain Range, Continuity, Indefinite Integration, Probability, Application of Derivative, Parabola, Circle, Hyperbola, and Ellipse  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Binomial Theorem, and Permutation & Combination.Notable Misses: Quadratic Equation 
Physics  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Communication System, Modern Physics, Work & Energy, Center of Mass, Fluid State, Simple Harmonic Motion, Oscillation.Notable observation: The questions were based on the NCERT syllabus, and the 12th standard dominated the paper as compared to the 11th standard questions  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Work Power & Energy, Relative Motion, Ray Optics, Way Optics, and Electrostatics.Notable observation: The questions were based on the NCERT syllabus, and the coverage of questions was evenly spread through the syllabus 
Chemistry  Interpretation: Moderate Dominating Topics: Solid State, Ionic Equilibrium, Liquid Solution, Gaseous State, Atomic Structure, Chemical KineticsNotable observation: Physical Chemistry dominated the section  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Aldehyde, Ketone, Alcohol, Ketone, Polymer, Carboxylic Acid, BiomoleculeNotable observation: Questions from Organic Chemistry and Antonym Horse were asked in abundance 
BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis: Day 5 (August 7th)
 The overall exam was easy to moderate.
 The Mathematic section of shift 1 was lengthy.
 In the shift 2 exam, Chemistry section was time consuming
Detailed BITSAT Paper Analysis
Subject  Shift 1  Shift 2 
Mathematics  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Application of Derivative, Calculus, Probability, Indefinite Integration, Continuity, Parabola, Circle, Hyperbola, Ellipse, and Limits.Notable observation: Lengthy solutionbased questions with a wellbalanced paper that covered all the topics  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Binomial Theorem, Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Permutation & Combination, Algebra, Parabola, and Quadratic Equation 
Physics  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Communication System, Wave Optics and Ray Optics, Waves, Simple Harmonic Motion, Electromagnetic Induction, and Oscillation.Notable observation: The questions were based on the NCERT syllabus, and the 12th standard dominated the paper as compared to the 11th standard questions  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Oscillations, Electromagnetic Induction, Oscillations, Work Power & Energy, Relative Motion, Ray Optics, Way Optics, and Electrostatics.Notable observation: The questions were based on the NCERT syllabus, and the 12th standard dominated the paper as compared to the 11th standard questions 
Chemistry  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Carboxylic Acid, Named reactions, Phenol, Alchohol Ether, sblock, pblock, Hydrogen, Coordination CompoundsNotable observation: Organic Chemistry had a higher weightage  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Nitrogen, Oxygen, Noble Gases, dblock, fblock, Coordination Compounds, Metallurgy, Alcohol, Ketone, Polymer, Carboxylic AcidNotable observation: Questions from Inorganic and Physical Chemistry had a significant weightage 
BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis: Day 6 (August 8)
 The overall paper was moderate to difficult.
 Physics questions were tricky.
 The Mathematics questions were lengthy mostly from Calculus.
 Chemistry section was found to be the easiest among all sections.
Detailed BITSAT Paper Analysis
Subject  Shift 1  Shift 2 
Mathematics  Interpretation: ModerateDominating Topics: Algebra, Sets, Relation, Function, Atricultes, LLP, Calculus, Differential Equations, Indefinite Integration, Continuity, and Application of Derivative  Interpretation: ModerateDominating Topics: Algebra, Calculus, Conics, Quadratic Equation, Complex Numbers, and Coordinate Geometry.Notable observation: The questions were lengthy 
Physics  Interpretation: ModerateDominating Topics: Mechanics, Electrostatics, Modern Physics, Ray Optics, and WaveOptics.Notable observation: No questions from the LLP topics  Interpretation: EasyDominating Topics: Electromagnetics, mechanics, Oscillations, Work, Power & Energy, Modern Physics.Notable observation: The questions were based on formulabased derivation 
Chemistry  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Mole Concept, Chemical Kinetics, Chemistry ib Everyday light, pblock elements, group 14, etc.All topics from Class 11th and 12th were covered Physical Chemistry has lower weightage as compared to Organic Chemistry  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Ionic Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Solid State, Mole Concept, pblock elements, sblock elements, Named reactions, Polymers, Biomolecules, etc.Organic Chemistry had lesser weightage as compared to Physical ChemistryMost of the questions were NCERT based 
BITSAT 2021 Paper Analysis: Day 7 (August 9)
Subject  Shift 1 
Mathematics  Interpretation: ModerateDominating Topics: Coordinate Geometry, Limits, Calculus, Algebra, Quadratic Equation, Indefinite Integration, Continuity, Application of Derivative, etc.Notable observation: The questions were lengthy 
Physics  Interpretation: Moderate Dominating Topics: Mechanics, Simple Harmonic Motion, Work, Power & Energy, Electromagnetic Induction, Relative Motion, etc.Notable observation: NCERT Based questions, with equal weightage of questions from 11th and 12th. The questions were tricky 
Chemistry  Interpretation: EasyTopics: Biomolecules, Polymers, Alkyl Aldehyde, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Noble Gases, Ionic Equilibrium, etc.The questions were NCERT based with more weightage to Organic Chemistry as compared to Physics and Mathematics 
English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning
Students attested to the fact that the majority of questions from the English proficiency and reasoning were sourced from the practice manuals. The preparation levels were supercharged for the paper, however, it felt like the papers in each slot was easier and more manageable than the previous year’s papers.
 The questions ranged from moderate to easy, with little surprises in passages.
 The level of difficulty shifted from one passage to another.
 Antonyms, synonyms, and passages dominated the section, as expected.
BITSAT 2020 Paper Analysis
BITSAT 2020 exam was moderately set, and the questions ranged to easy to tough. As per the firsthand impressions of BITSAT applicants, the paper was easier to attempt than JEE Main, and the candidates were able to attempt the whole paper in the given time.
Here is the detailed analysis of the 2020 BITSAT paper:
Day  Interpretation of Difficulty  
Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics  English Proficiency/Logical Reasoning  
September, 16  Difficult questions with lengthy calculations.  The toughest section from the paper with NCERT based questions from Inorganic Chemistry.  Relatively easy questions and expected questions.  Set of direct but moderately difficult questions. 
September, 17  Moderately difficult with lengthy questions from Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism, Heat, Wave Optics, and Thermodynamics.  Easiest section from the paper with Atomic Structure, Electrochemistry, Biomolecules, Chemical Bonding being the most dominating section.  Tricky and lengthy questions with Vectors, Straight Lines, and Circles being the most dominating topics.  Moderately difficult questions with Sentence Completion and Synonyms & Antonyms being the most dominating topics. 
September, 18  Moderately difficult and calculationbased questions.  Moderately difficult NCERT based questions.  Relatively tough and timeconsuming questions.  Set of direct but moderately difficult questions. 
September, 19  Difficult and lengthy questions from Magnetic Electrostatics, Wave Optics, Heat, and Thermodynamics.  Moderately difficult NCERT based questions, with Chemical Bonding, Electrochemistry, and pBlock elements being the most dominating topics.  Easiest section from the paper with less tricky questions and Trigonometric, Sequence, Probability, Sets & Series, and Relations, and Functions being the most dominating topics.  Moderately difficult but scorable section, with tricky questions. 
September, 20  Relatively easier section with lengthy but direct questions. The most dominating topics were Electrostatics, Heat transfer, Work Power Energy, and Thermodynamics.  Difficult section with Inorganic Chemistry being the toughest section. Major topics were Biomolecules, Electrochemistry, DBlock & FBlock, and Hydrocarbons.  The toughest section with tricky and lengthy questions. 12th and 11th class questions dominated the paper, and most questions were asked from Probability, Trigonometric, Permutations & Combinations, Limits, and Differential Coefficient.  Moderate questions with a tricky but understandable Reasoning section. 
September, 21  A tough section in both slots, with lengthy numerical questions. Electrostatics, Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, and Work Power Energy were the most dominating questions.  Difficult section with Inorganic Chemistry being the toughest section. Major topics were Biomolecules, Electrochemistry, DBlock & FBlock, and Hydrocarbons.  A comparatively easier section with some tough but understandable questions. Trigonometry, Probability, and Permutations and Combinations were the most dominating topics.  Moderate questions with grammar and vocabulary being the dominating topics. In the Reasoning section, questions from Sequence and series, Sentence, Blood Relation, and Directions prevailed. 
BITSAT 2021 Exam Analysis: FAQs
Last updated on August 31st, 2021
Ans. 15 questions are fielded from the English section, whereas, 10 questions are asked from Logical Reasoning. The most asked topics from the English and Logical Reasoning section are Comprehension, Sentence Completion, Analysis, Number Series, Synonyms & Antonyms, Family Tree Questions, etc.
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Ans. Yes, The questions asked in BITSAT exam are Multiple choice questions.
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Ans. The important topics from English and Logical Reasoning sections are Figure Completion & Analysis, Synonyms & Antonyms, Grammar, Comprehension, Numbers & Alphabetical Series Test, Questions on the Family tree, Completing a sequence etc.
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Ans. While BITSAT is easier than JEE Mains, the former is way more competitive. As per the data of total applications, 15 students compete for a seat in JEE Mains, whereas as many as 79 students compete for a seat at BITS Pilani. When it comes to the questionnaire, JEE Mains fields tougher questions that require greater clarity of concepts, and BITSAT asks direct formulabased questions. However, in JEE Mains, students are allotted 190 minutes to solve 90 questions, whereas, in BITSAT students need to attempt 150 questions in 180 minutes.
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Ans. Students appearing for the 12th standard in the coming academic year or 12th standard passouts with an aggregate of 75% in PCB/PCM stream and 60% marks in individual subjects are eligible for the BITSAT exam.
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Ans. No. BITSAT has only a single type of Ques. Multiple Choice Questions.
SRMJEEE 2021 Exam Pattern: Paper Pattern, Marking Scheme, Important Topics
Last updated on August 30th, 2021
SRM University has made some major changes in SRMJEEE 2021 exam pattern. Earlier, the exam has three sections i.e Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics but in the year 2021 two more sections have been added which are English and Aptitude. Both phases of SRMJEEE 2021 has successfully conducted.
 Candidates applied for B. Tech courses have to attempt Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Aptitude questions.
 Candidate applied for Biomedical Engineering courses have to attempt Biology questions instead of Mathematics.
SRMJEE 2021 Exam Pattern Highlights
Exam name  SRM Joint Engineering Examination 
Conducted by  SRMIST 
Sections  Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology, Aptitude, English 
Total No. of Questions  125 questions instead of 105 
Marking Scheme  1 mark for each correct answer(no negative marking) 
Medium of Language  Only English 
Mode  Online (computerbased test) 
Duration  2 hours 30 minutes 
No. of Applications  2.3 lakh Approx 
No. of seats  7000 
SRMJEEE 2021 Exam Pattern
SRMJEEE 2021 is conducted in online mode. The questions are multiple choice objective based. Some important information about SRMJEEE 2021 are:
 Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
 Mode: Online computer test
 Medium of Language: English
 Question Type: Multiple Choice Question(MCQ)
 Registration Fees: 1100INR
Although SRM University accepts applications through both online and offline mode but this year considering the wellbeing of everyone they have accepted all the applications through the online mode. Another Fact to be noted is that this year total no. of applicants for SRMJEEE is 2.3 lakh approx.
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Changes in SRMJEEE 2021 Exam Pattern
Some major changes paper pattern of SRMJEEE 2021 are as follow:
 Marking Scheme: Earlier 3 marks were allotted for each correct answer but from 2021 onwards 1 mark will be allotted for each correct answer without any negative marking.
 Number of Sections: With the addition of two new sections i.e. English and Aptitude, now there is a total of 5 sections for both engineering and biomedical students.
 Number of Questions: As the number of sections has increased, so does the number of questions. Now there are 125 questions in engineering and biomedical students instead of 105. The distribution of the number of questions in each section is as follow:
Name of the Subject  Total no. of Question 
Physics  35 
Chemistry  35 
Mathematics  40 
Biology(will be in place of math for biomedical students)  40 
English  5 
Aptitude  10 
Total  125 
SRMJEEE Marking Scheme
There have been some significant changes in the SRMJEEE 2021 marking scheme, as well as there are 2 new sections i.e. aptitude, and English, have been added for both B. Tech and biomedical examination. This even resulted in an increase in no. of questions too. All this information is summarized in the following table:
Sections  No. of Questions  Marks Per Question  Total Marks 
Physics  35  1  35 
Chemistry  35  1  35 
Mathematics/Biology  40  1  40 
Aptitude  10  1  10 
English  5  1  5 
SRMJEEE 2021 Syllabus
Aspirants must be familiar with the SRMJEEE 2021 syllabus in order to ace the exams. Some important topics from SRMJEEE Syllabus regarding every section are as follow along with their weightage:
SRMJEEE Physics Important Topics
Topics  Weightage 
Current Electricity  46 
Nuclear Physics  45 
Electronics and Semiconductor Devices  45 
Magnetism and Magnetic effects of Current  35 
Optics  34 
Electrostatics  34 
Electromagnetic induction  34 
Dual nature of radiation and matter & atomic Physics  34 
SRMJEEE Chemistry Important Topics
Topics  Weightage 
Electrochemistry  34 
Chemical Kinetics  34 
P Block Elements  34 
D And F Block Elements  34 
Aldehydes, Ketones, And Carboxylic Acids  34 
Solutions  23 
Surface Chemistry  23 
Electrolysis  23 
Alcohols, Phenols And Ethers  23 
SRMJEEE Mathematics Important Topics
Topics  Weightage 
Complex Numbers And Quadratic Equations  34 
Probability  34 
Algebra  34 
Differential Calculus and its Applications  34 
Integral Calculus and its Applications  34 
Analytical Geometry  45 
Vector Algebra  45 
Statistics And Probability Distribution  45 
Trigonometry  34 
SRMJEEE Biology Important Topics
Topics 
Taxonomy of Angiosperm 
Plant Anatomy 
Cell Biology and Genetics 
Biotechnology 
Plant Physiology 
Biology in Human Welfare 
English: Questions in this section are of comprehension type. A short passage or lines of poems or a dialogue is giving and you have to read the given text and answer the set of questions. The questions are all in MCQ format.
Aptitude: Number System, Statistics, Percentage, Profit, and Loss, Quadratic Equation, Geometry, Arrangement(Ordering, Grading, and Ranking, coding, and decoding), Direction Sense test, Linear Equation, Trigonometry.
SRMJEEE 2021 Best books
Although NCERT should be the main focus of every student while preparing for SRMJEEE exam. Reference books for specific subjects can help in a better understanding of the concept and can assure better ranking in the examination. Some of the best reference books for each subject are mentioned in the following table:
Subject  Books 
Physics  Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov Concepts of Physics Part1 and 2 by H. C. Verma 
Chemistry  Inorganic Chemistry by OP Tandon Organic Chemistry by Himanshu Pandey 
Mathematics  Mathematics book by Amit M Agarwal Elements Of Coordinate Geometry by S L Loney 
Biology  TRUMAN’S elementary biology for class 12 by K.N. Bhatiya and M.P. Tyagi S.Chand Biology for class 12 by Sarita Aggarwal 
SRMJEEE 2021 Exam day Instructions
Due to the second wave of Covid SRMJEEE, 2 Phase took place through Remote Proctored Online Mode (RPOM). In this candidate can give the exam from their home. The Important instruction for it are as follow:
 Candidates will be provided with a link to the SRMJEEE examination portal on the day of the examination.
 The candidate’s face should be clearly visible and there should be no background disturbance.
 The student is not allowed to leave the exam before the duration of 120 min.
 The candidates are required to download the safe exam browser from the link provided on the SRMJEEE official site.
 Only those candidates who have appeared for both the mock test before the examination are allowed to appear in the main examination.
SRMJEEE 2021 Exam Pattern FAQs
Last updated on August 30th, 2021
A good rank for SRMJEEE is within the range of 50007000, which means getting a score of 90+ can be considered a good score. Students lying in this range are more likely to get a selection.
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Ans. No, There is no negative marking in SRMJEEE 2021 exam.
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Ans. SRMJEEE 2021 will be conducted in English language only.
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Ans. There will be 5 sections in SRMJEEE 2021 named Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics, English and Aptitude.
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Ans. SRMJEEE 2021 was conducted as an online remote proctored test.
BITSAT Exam Pattern 2021: Paper Pattern, Marking Scheme, Important Topics
Last updated on August 25th, 2021
BITS Pilani has already released a BITSAT exam pattern along with the information brochure. BITSAT 2021 was held in an online mode. The question papers have 150 questions and 3 hours of time to complete the exam. The question paper has four sections, named Mathematics/Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and English proficiency & Logical reasoning.
The syllabus for BITS engineering entrance exam consists sections named Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English & Logical Reasoning. While B.Pharm exam, the syllabus comprises Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology, and English & LR subjects.
BITSAT Exam pattern 2021: Highlights
Particulars  Details 
Mode of examination  Online/Computerbased test 
Medium of examination  English only 
Duration of the examination  180 Minutes 
Question type  Multiplechoice questions 
Total questions  150 questions 
Total marks  450 marks 
Marking Scheme  +3 for correct Answers 1 for every incorrect answer No Negative Marking for Unattempted Questions 
Number of sections  4 Sections i.e Mathematics/Biology, Physics, Chemistry and English proficiency & Logical reasoning 
 The BITSAT exam paper contains a total of 4 options for each question and candidates need to choose only one correct option.
 Candidates can change their marked answer anytime before submitting the question paper.
 In the exam, there is no separate time limit for each section. There is only a collective timer of 3 hours which will start as soon as you click on the start test button.
 If a candidate has given all the answers before time then He/She is able to answer extra 12 questions also If He/She is interested. And that 12 extra questions are also from the three sections called Mathematics or biology, Physics, and chemistry.
 The results of the BITSAT exam will be declared immediately after submitting the test. The main reason to do this is to achieve transparency in the results.
 Also, candidates are able to check their scores online after the day of the examination.
BITSAT Exam pattern 2021: Marking Scheme
In order to select limited candidates only there is some predefined marking system that should be understood by all the candidates before appearing in exam. The marking scheme for the BITSAT examination is shown below:
Particulars  Marks 
For Each correct answer  +3 Marks 
For each incorrect answer  1 Marks 
For Unattempted question  0 Marks 
BITSAT Exam pattern 2021: Section Wise Analysis
BITSAT sectionwise analysis is shown below on the basis of sectionwise questions.
Sections  Subject  Number of questions 
Section 1  Mathematics/Biology  45 
Section 2  Physics  40 
Section 3  English Proficiency  15 
Logical Reasoning  10  
Section 4  Chemistry  40 
Total  150 
BITSAT Exam pattern 2021: Additional Questions
In BITSAT 2021 question papers apart from the 150 questions, 12 additional questions will also be provided to students for those who have completed their initial paper. But keep in mind that, No extra time will be given for these additional 12 questions. And these 12 additional questions are not compulsory to attempt.
 Mathematics/Biology: 4 Questions
 Physics: 4 Questions
 Chemistry: 4 Questions
BITSAT Exam pattern 2021: Important topics and Analysis
Candidates are advised to check important topics along with their weightage before preparing for the exam. The main reason behind it is to get a brief idea about the question paper. So, here subject wise Important topic and their weightage is given below.
BITSAT 2021: Part 1 Mathematics
Topics  Question weightage 
Set, Relation, and Functions  23 
Binomial theorem  23 
Theory of equation  23 
Continuity and differentiability  23 
parabola  34 
Matrices determinant  34 
Sequence and series  45 
Circles  45 
Permutations and combinations  45 
Applications of derivatives  67 
BITSAT 2021: Part 2 Biology
Topics  Question weightage 
Biotechnology: Principles and process  23 
Anatomy of flowering plants  23 
Excretory Products and their elimination  23 
Chemical Coordination and integration  12 
Breathing and exchange of gases  12 
Plant growth and development  12 
Reproduction  56 
Biological classification  23 
Molecular basis of inheritance  12 
Ecosystems  12 
BITSAT 2021: Physics Section
Topics  Weightage  Topics  Weightage 
Mechanical properties  5  Atomic study  34 
Current electricity  4  Oscillation  45 
Gravitation  34  Dual nature of matter and radiation  34 
Kinetics  45  Magnetism and moving charges  23 
Thermodynamics  23  Alternating current  34 
Rigid body dynamics  23  Waves  12 
Electrical field  23  Work and energy and power  34 
BITSAT 2021: Chemistry Section
Topics  Weightage 
Equilibrium  45 
Coordination compounds  34 
Hydrogen and S block elements  23 
Solidstate  23 
Physical and chemical equilibrium  12 
Atomic structure  34 
Thermodynamics  46 
State of matter  12 
BITSAT 2021: English and logical reasoning Section
Topics  Weightage  Topics  Weightage 
Alphabet test  23  Composition  34 
Puzzle test  45  Synonyms  34 
Nonverbal reasoning  12  Vocabulary  23 
Binary logic  12  Verbal ability  23 
Classification test  23  Conclusion  23 
Syllogism  45  Antonyms  13 
Analogy  12  Analogies  24 
Verbal reasoning  12  Reading comprehension  13 
Word formation  12 
BITSAT Exam Pattern 2021: General Instructions
Before appearing for a BITSAT examination every candidate should have to keep in mind some points in order to give a successful examination. Those points are listed below.
 Candidates can change their answers anytime but before the time is over.
 If candidates are interested then they can attempt an extra 12 questions if and only if time is remaining in the actual examination.
 And remember once you opted for extra 12 questions then you cannot go back and modify actual questions on paper.
 Extra questions will give the benefit while there is a tiein between students in their merit list then on the basis of these questions you can opt for a seat.
 After allotting a seat campus authorities will provide accommodation facilities for the students at a very normal change in their own hostels.
BITSAT Exam Pattern 2021: FAQs
Last updated on August 25th, 2021
Ans. There are many books that are important in the BITSAT preparation but first of all, you have to read 11th and 12th standard books to build your concepts, and then you can go for other books like Arihant publications.
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Ans. No, I never recommend only one reference book but instead, I will recommend you to practice as much as you can with 3 or 4 different reference books.
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Ans. There are a total of 4 sections that will be asked in the question paper named English And logical reasoning, Physics, chemistry, and mathematics or biology.
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Ans. No, You don’t have any options other than English because BITS Pilani sets the paper only in the English language.
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Ans. No, there is only one time limit for the entire question paper.
JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus: Topicwise Weightage, Best Books and Important Topics
Last updated on September 1st, 2021
NTA has officially released the JEE Main 2021 Chemistry Syllabus on its official website. There have been no updates in the JEE Main Chemistry syllabus 2021. However, NTA has revised the JEE Main exam pattern 2021 in order to ease the exam for those students whose boards have reduced the Class XII syllabus. JEE Main Chemistry syllabus PDF can be downloaded from jeemain.nta.nic.in. As per JEE Main 2021 syllabus, the Chemistry section will contain 25 objective type questions carrying 100 Marks.
Latest Update:
 NTA will soon release the updated exam dates for the JEE Main April and May sessions.
 JEE Advanced has also been postponed due to the delay in conducting JEE Main April and May sessions.
The article below provides complete information on JEE Main syllabus for Chemistry along with tips and tricks to prepare for the JEE Main 2021 exam. Scroll down to get details on important books, question papers, syllabus of other subjects and JEE Main exam pattern 2021.
Note: To download the syllabus in PDF, just press Ctrl + P (Print) and choose the option to save as PDF. Also, one can add the JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus PDF page in your ‘Todo list’ if you are beginning your JEE Main revision.
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JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus 2021: Important Chapters
*JEE Main exam is majorly based on 11th and 12th class syllabus. The syllabus of JEE Main is mapped in accordance with NCERT textbooks for uniformity throughout the country*.
Therefore, the section below contains details on subsections in Chemistry namely – Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry that form a major part of JEE Main Chemistry syllabus. All these sections carry equal weightage.
Section  Chapters 
Physical Chemistry  Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry 
Atomic Structure  
State of Matter  
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure  
Chemical Thermodynamics  
Solutions  
Equilibrium  
Redox, Reaction and Electrochemistry  
Chemical Kinetics  
Surface Chemistry  
Inorganic Chemistry  Classification of elements and periodicity in properties 
Hydrogen  
Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals)  
P Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements  
d and f – block elements  
Coordination compounds  
Environmental chemistry  
General principles and processes of isolation of metals  
Organic Chemistry  Purification and characterization of organic compounds 
Hydrocarbons  
Chemistry in everyday life  
Principles related to practical chemistry  
Organic compounds containing –


Polymers  
Biomolecules  
Some basic principles of organic chemistry 
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Detailed JEE Main Syllabus for Chemistry
Given below is a detailed JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus with chapters and subtopics of each chapter. JEE Main Chemistry syllabus is divided the same way as given above – Physical, Inorganic and Organic chemistry.
Syllabus for JEE Main Chemistry – Physical Chemistry
The JEE Main syllabus for Physical Chemistry is as follows:
Chapter 1 – Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 

Chapter 2 – States of Matter 

Chapter 3 – Atomic Structure 

Chapter 4 – Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 

Chapter 5 – Chemical Thermodynamics 

Chapter 6 – Solutions 

Chapter 7 – Equilibrium 

Chapter 8 – Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry 

Chapter 9 – Chemical Kinetics 

Chapter 10 – Surface Chemistry 

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Syllabus for JEE Main Chemistry – Inorganic Chemistry
The JEE Main Inorganic Chemistry syllabus is as follows:
Chapter 11 – Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties 

Chapter 12 – General Principles and Process of Isolation of Metals 

Chapter 13 – Hydrogen 

Chapter 14 – S Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals) 

Chapter 15 – P Block Elements 

Chapter 16 – D and F Block Elements 

Chapter 17 – Coordination Compounds 

Chapter 18 – Environmental Chemistry 

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Syllabus for JEE Main Chemistry – Organic Chemistry
The JEE Main Inorganic Chemistry syllabus is as follows:
Chapter 19 – Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds 

Chapter 20 – Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry 

Chapter 21 – Hydrocarbons 

Chapter 22 – Organic Compounds Containing Halogens 

Chapter 23 – Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen 

Chapter 24 – Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen 

Chapter 25 – Polymers 

Chapter 26 – Biomolecules 

Chapter 27 – Chemistry in Everyday Life 

Chapter 28 – Principles Related to Practical Chemistry 

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Important Topics of Chemistry in JEE Main
Analysing the past few years JEE Main question papers, students can note certain frequently asked questions. Such questions are a vital part of JEE Main Syllabus. Therefore, candidates must give more attention and practice such important topics thoroughly.
 Also, certain topics of JEE Main Chemistry syllabus carry more weightage, hence they should be practised thoroughly as well.
 Such relevant topics from the JEE Main Chemistry syllabus along with the weightage are given below:
Important Topics from JEE Main Organic Chemistry
In JEE Main, the type of questions asked is not fixed for Organic Chemistry. Questions can be asked randomly that makes almost every topic in the JEE Main Chemistry syllabus important for the JEE Main 2021 exam. However, some more important topics in JEE Main organic chemistry are:
 Reactions and their mechanism
 Acidity
 Nomenclature
 Basicity
Tips to score well in JEE Main Organic Chemistry section:
 Start from basic and frequently asked questions.
 Practise topics with high weightage first.
 In JEE Main, questions based on mechanism and named reactions and organic synthesis have been asked repeatedly, so focus on that properly.
 Prepare steps of common chemical reactions.
 Develop a daily practice of solving 23 questions on average, from a topic.
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Important Topics from JEE Main Inorganic Chemistry
While all the topics Inorganic Chemistry are considered important, you should focus more on the topics from which more questions are asked frequently. In JEE Main all the chapters carry equal weightage so it is important to clear your basics and the fundamentals of each and every topic. Some important topics in JEE Main Inorganic chemistry are:
 Methods of Preparation and Chemical Reactions, uses, etc. of the compounds.
 Chemical bonding
 Elements of the periodic table
 Transition elements and coordination chemistry
 S & P block elements and Hydrogen
For Inorganic chemistry, building a solid foundation is of high importance. Frequent questions have been asked from the following topics:
 Dipole Moment
 Shape and Hybridisation
 Molecular Orbital Theory
 Fajan’s Rule & its application
Tips to score in Inorganic chemistry section:
 Around 3 questions are asked from transition elements and coordination chemistry chapters so you must study these chapters thoroughly.
 More questions are based on topics like Lanthanoid Contraction, Isomerism (Structural, Geometrical, Linkage, Optical Isomerism), Nomenclature and Crystal Field Theory.
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Important Topics from JEE Main Physical Chemistry
 Mole concept is the most important topic for JEE Main Physical Chemistry section.
 Certain reactions like Redox Reaction are based on the Mole concept. Hence, being the basic connection, this topic should be clear.
 Important formulas and basic concepts of Atomic Structure should be clear.
 Many questions are frequently asked from this chapter in JEE Main.
 Important topics from this chapter are The Wavelength of Electronic Transition, Quantum Numbers and Ionisation Energy.
 Topics like State and Solidstate are also important for JEE Main 2021
 Questions from topics like van der Waals equation, Kinetic Theory of Gases and Types of Molecular Velocity are also counted for frequently asked questions.
The other topics that carry equal weightage in JEE Main are:
 Equilibrium
 Chemical Thermodynamics
 Chemical Kinetics
 Electrochemistry & Redox Reactions
 Surface Chemistry
 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
 Solutions
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Topicwise Weightage of Chemistry in JEE Main
For JEE Main Chemistry, there are theorybased questions. These questions are less time consuming as compared to Physics and Mathematics questions. Although complex, questions on chemistry topics can boost your marks in JEE Main exam as this section is usually the easiest. Given below is a weightage table for various chapters. This weightage is provided as per the trends in the past.
Topics  No of Questions  Marks 
Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry  3  12 
Chemical Kinetics  1  4 
Atomic Structure  1  4 
Chemical Bonding  2  8 
Alkyl Halides  1  4 
Solid State And Surface Chemistry  1  4 
Nuclear Chemistry And Environment  2  8 
Redox Reaction  1  4 
Electrochemistry  1  4 
Thermodynamics And Gaseous State  2  8 
General Organic Chemistry  1  4 
Stereochemistry  1  4 
Chemical And Ionic Equilibrium  2  8 
Hydrocarbon  1  4 
Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives  1  4 
Periodic table and Representative Elements  2  8 
Carbohydrates, amino acid and Polymers  1  4 
Aromatic Compounds  1  4 
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Level of Difficulty of Chemistry in JEE Main
The question paper analysis of JEE Main 2021 February and March session is described below:
February 2021 Session
 The Chemistry section was considered to be the easiest among all the sections.
 Most questions were asked from NCERT textbooks.
 There was a balanced weightage of questions from Class XI and XII.
 A lot of factual questions were asked.
 Organic Chemistry had a higher weightage than the other 2 sections.
March 2021 Session
 The Chemistry section was the easiest as it had many direct questions..
 The pattern of questions was similar to NCERT textbooks
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Best Books to Prepare JEE Main Chemistry
Practically it may sound impractical for one book to cover the entire JEE Main Chemistry syllabus as for chemistry, the syllabus is exhaustive. Most of the top educational writers publish separate books for the three subsections. Given below are some best books that aspirants can refer to while preparing the JEE Main syllabus for Chemistry.
Common Books 

Organic Chemistry 

Inorganic Chemistry 

Physical Chemistry 

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IITPAL Video Lectures Provided by NTA
NTA uploaded several video lectures recorded by some reputed IIT Professors under the name of IITPAL on Youtube. Students can make use of these lectures to ease their preparation. These lectures are divided into sub topics for each chapter. There are more than 100 videos of approximately 50 to 60 minute runtime for each video. Steps to access these videos are given below:
 Visit the official website of NTA – www.nta.ac.in.
 Then, click on the ‘Students’ tab.
 Under the ‘Test Practice’ section, select ‘Content Based Lectures’.
Alternatively, students can also head over to Youtube and search for IITPAL along with the topic name they wish to watch the lecture for.
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Things To Remember While Preparing for JEE Main Chemistry
JEE Main Chemistry is considered as a scoring section by majority students as the questions vary from easy to moderate. Also most of the questions are based on fundamental concepts. The questions are less time consuming as they are not calculation based. A lot of direct questions are also asked from NCERT textbooks. Moreover, the JEE Main Chemistry syllabus is more about a planned approach rather than direct conceptual applications.
 JEE Main aspirants must be thorough with all the important formulas, reactions, chemical equations, and periodic table trends.
 These concepts constitute a major portion of JEE Main Chemistry syllabus.
 JEE Main study material plays a very important role in the exam preparations.
 There could be a large chunk of direct and indirect questions from the abovementioned concepts.
 Try not to just memorize the theory and formulas as it does not improvise problemsolving skills.
 At the end, there must be the knowledge of what logic works behind a particular concept.
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Some Numerical ValueBased Questions in Chemistry
Ques. The hardness of a water sample (in terms of equivalents of CaCO3) containing 10–3M CaSO4 is : (molar mass of CaSO4 = 136g/mol).
Ans. 100 ppm
Ques. The standard electrode potential Eº and its temperature coefficient (dEº/dT)p for a cell are 2V and –5×10–4 VK–1 at 300K respectively. The cell reaction is Zn(s) + Cu2+(aq)→ Zn2+(aq) + Cu(s). The standard reaction enthalpy (ΔrHº) at 300K is _________________ kJ/mol (F= 96485 C mol1)
Ans. 414.9
Ques. The number of monochlorinated products obtained on chlorination of 2 methylbutane is_________.
Ans. 4 Click here to download the official PDF of JEE Main Sample Numerical Based Questions on Chemistry. Do more practise and solve as many questions as possible. Also, such numerical type questions do not carry any negative marking.
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Answer: You can download previous year JEE Main papers from here
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Answer: Official dates for JEE Main 2021 will be released soon by NTA. It is like that JEE Main will be conducted 3 or 4 times in 2021 so dates for each session will be announced accordingly.
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Answer: Official dates for JEE Main 2021 April and May sessions will be released soon by NTA. It is likely that JEE Main will be conducted in July or August 2021.
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Answer: NCERT provides good study material and books for the JEE Main Chemistry section as most questions are asked from NCERT. However, if you want to thoroughly prepare, then you must refer to other best books also.
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Answer: The Chemistry section is considered to be easier than the other 2 sections. This is because a lot of questions are asked directlyf rom NCERT textbook in the Chemistry section.
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Answer: You must follow the given tips if you want to score 250+ in JEE Main 2021.
 Prepare all topics, do not skip any chapter
 Follow a proper time table
 Take out time for revision
 Memorise all the important formulas
 Practice past year papers and take mock tests
 Practise numerical questions daily.
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JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus: Weightage, Important Topics and Preparation Tips
Last updated on August 24th, 2021
The competitive exams of India are what students have to look forward to, in order to get into their favourite course and that too, in their favourite colleges. There are many of them, with the maximum students appearing for the JEE Main 2021. Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is put forth by the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted yearly for those who wish to become engineers and architects in their future. JEE Main B.Arch Paper is one of the three papers, conducted for admission to architecture courses of various colleges. In this article, we will discuss the JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus for 2021.
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What is JEE Main B.Arch Paper?
JEE Main is divided into three papers, B.E. or B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Planning. We will be talking about JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus in this article. The JEE Main B.Arch Paper or JEE Main Paper 2 is scheduled to be conducted in February and May 2021.
In order to clear the exam, students are supposed to work hard and study regularly. Do not deviate and stop learning, as it can hamper your preparation. One aspiring to get into one of those prestigious architecture colleges with the help of JEE Main B.Arch examination should study continuously. The JEE Main B.Arch syllabus and all the other details such as weightage and preparation tips, are provided beforehand to them. Out of all the details, the JEE Main B.Arch (Paper 2) Syllabus is given below in this article. Let us first get a brief idea of JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern.
JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern
Particulars  Details 
Mode of exam  ComputerBased, for the first two sectionsPen & Paper for the drawing sections 
Duration of the exam  The exam will last for three hours. 
Total number of questions  The total number of questions will be 77, with 25 questions for math, 50 for aptitude and 2 for drawing. 
Types of questions that will be asked  20 Multiple Choice questions, 5 numerical answer type questions to be answered from 10 – for the first section.50 Multiple choice questions for the aptitude section.
2 Drawing questions for the third section. 
Maximum marks distributed  400 marks 
Marks scheme used for each section  Section 1:MCQs –Correct: 4 marks
Incorrect: – 1 mark NAT –Correct: 4 marks Incorrect: 0 marks Section 2: Correct: 4 marks Incorrect: 1 mark Unanswered: 0 marks Section 3: Correct: 50 marks 
Mode of Language  English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Odia, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Urdu 
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JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus
Diving headfirst to study is a wrong decision when it comes to learning for JEE Main 2021 B.Arch. The syllabus seems vast and without any planning would make it seem gigantic. And soon enough, you will be holding your head in confusion and frustration. Map out your syllabus – but wait, you have to get it in your hands before mapping and planning it all out. Given below is the detailed JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus.
The JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus PDF has been released by the NTA so that the students can quickly start compiling their material, including books and old question papers. Finally, they can get down to planning and deciding on a proper and comprehensive study plan. Without proper planning, covering important topics of JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus is just not possible.
The syllabus is pretty unique; just don’t panic when you see the vastness of it. JEE Main April 2021 Paper 2 Syllabus, i.e. of B.Arch Paper will be divided into three sections. The first section or part will be based on Mathematics, the second one on Aptitude and the third one is a drawingbased section. Aspirants can save the JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus PDF by using Ctrl + P (Print) option on their devices.
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Section 1 – Mathematics Syllabus
JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus is vast mostly because of Mathematics. It consists of all the topics of Class 11th and 12th. Let us check what it entails and engages from the previous years’ JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus.
Units  Subtopics 
Sets, Relations and Functions  Sets, roster and set builder form of sets, Types of sets, subset, the proper and improper sets, Power set, universal set, the union of sets, complement of sets, DeMorgan’s Law, Ordered pairs, cartesian product, Relation, number of relations, types of relation, Functions, image, and Preimage, Types of functions, Composition of function, condition for composite function, the property of a composite function, The inverse of a function. 
Complex numbers and quadratic equations  Algebra of complex numbers, Modulus and argument of complex numbers, The complex conjugate of complex numbers and properties of complex numbers, Polar form representation and Euler form, Finding the square root of complex numbers and complex equations, Demovie’ theorem, cube root and nth root of unity, Nature of roots, the relation of coefficient and roots, Vector representation and rotation, The discriminant of quadratic equation, Transformation of quadratic equations, condition of common roots. 
Matrices and Determinants  Matrix and operation on matrices, Types of matrix, Transpose of a matrix, symmetric and skewsymmetric matrix, Conjugate of matrix, Hermitian and skewHermitian matrix, Determinant of a matrix, Minor and cofactor of an element of matrix/determinant, Adjoint and the inverse of a matrix, Elementary row operations and use in finding the inverse of a matrix, System of linear equations and Cramer’s Rule, System of homogeneous linear equations. 
Permutations and Combinations  Fundamental Principle of Counting, Permutations as an Arrangement, Combinations as Selections, P (n,r) and C (n,r), Application of Permutation and Combination. 
Mathematical Induction  Principle of Mathematical Induction and it’s Simple Application, Principle of Mathematical Induction 
Binomial Theorem and its simple applications  Pascal’s Triangle, Binomial Theorem for Positive Integral Index, Properties and Application of Binomial Theorem, General Term, Middle Term 
Sequence and Series  Sequences, Arithmetic and Geometric Progression (AP, GP), Sum up to n terms, Arithmetic and Geometric Mean (AM, GM), Harmonic Progression (HP), Arithmeticgeometric series. 
Limit, Continuity and differentiability  Limits of a function, Properties of limits, Limits of polynomials and rational functions, Continuity of a function at a point, Discontinuity, Continuity of Composite Functions, Differentiability, Algebra of derivatives, Rolle’s Theorem, Mean Value Theorem (Lagrange). 
Integral Calculus  Introduction, integration as the inverse function of differentiation, Indefinite integral and properties of indefinite integral, Comparison between definite and Indefinite integral, Methods of integration, Integration by substitution, Integration using trigonometric identities, integration by partial fractions, integration by parts, Integrals of some particular function, Integrals of some special types, Definite integral and its properties, The fundamental theorem of calculus, Evaluations of definite integral by substitution. 
Differential equations  Order and Degree of a Differential equation, General and Particular solution, Formation of differential equations, Methods of solving different types of differential equations. 
Coordinate Geometry  Directrix, Latus Rectum, Slope and gradient, Focus and Eccentricity, Angle between two intersecting lines, their intersection points, parallel lines and collinear lines are the important terms of Coordinate Geometry. 
Threedimensional Geometry  Coordinate of a point in space, distance formula, Direction cosine and Direction ratio, The angle between two intersecting lines, Skew lines and the shortest distance between two lines, Equation of line and plane, The intersection of line and plane. 
Vector Algebra  Vector (Position Vector, Direction cosine), Types of vector, Vector Algebra, Section Formula, Product of two vectors (Scalar and Vector product). 
Statistics and Probability  Independent Events, Dependent Events, Conditional probability, Random variables, etc. 
Trigonometry  Trigonometry Equation, Trigonometry Function and their Identities, Inverse Trigonometry. 
Mathematical Reasoning  Statements and types of statements, Basic logical connectives, conjunction, and disjunction, Negation, Conditional statements, The Contrapositive of conditional statements, the converse of conditional statements, Biconditional statements, Quantifiers, Validity of statements. 
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Important Topics of JEE Main B.Arch Mathematics
Topic  Expected questions – number  Expected Marks 
Differential Equations  5  20 
Integral and Differential Calculus  6  24 
Coordinate Geometry  2  8 
Matrix & Determinants  2  8 
Probability  2  8 
Trigonometry  2  8 
Other remaining topics will at least have one question from them appearing in the exam.
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Weightage of Mathematics in JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus
Topics  Weightage 
Coordinate Geometry  15% 
Limit, continuity and differentiability  10% 
Integral and Differential Calculus  12% 
Statistics and Probability  8% 
Complex numbers and quadratic equations  7% 
Matrices and Determinants  7% 
ThreeDimensional Geometry  6% 
Sets, Relations and Functions  5% 
Sequence and series  5% 
Vector Algebra  5% 
Trigonometry  4% 
Permutations and combinations  4% 
Mathematical reasoning  3% 
Differential equations  3% 
Mathematical Induction  3% 
Binomial theorem and its simple applications  2% 
Section 2 – Aptitude Syllabus
The second part of JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus is the general aptitude section. The section is similar in the B.Planning paper and strives to test the students’ reasoning skills – including verbal, abstract and conceptual – and not to forget numerical reasoning.
Parts  SubTopics 
Part I  Analytical Reasoning Mental Ability (Visual, Numerical and Verbal), Awareness of Persons, Objects, Places, Buildings, Materials, Visualizing threedimensional objects from twodimensional drawings, Texture related to Architecture and buildenvironment, visualizing different sides of threedimensional objects 
Part II  Three dimensional perception, Understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion, colour texture, harmony and contrast, building forms and elements. Transformation of forms both 2D and 3D union, subtraction, rotation, development of surfaces and volumes, Design and drawing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil, Generation of Plan, elevations and 3D views of objects, creating twodimensional and threedimensional compositions using given shapes and forms. Sketching of scenes and activities from memory of landscape (riverfronts, jungles, trees, plants, etc.) and rural life, urbanscape (public space, festivals, market, street scenes, monuments, recreational spaces, etc.) 
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Weightage of Aptitude in JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus
Topics  Weightage 
Visualizing threedimensional objects from twodimensional drawings  34% 
Visualizing different sides of 3D objects  3% 
Awareness of persons, places, Building, Materials  23% 
Objects, texture related to Architecture and buildenvironment  23% 
3D Perception and Appreciation of scale and proportion of objects  23% 
Mental Ability  2% 
Colour Texture  12% 
Analytical Reasoning  12% 
Do note that there is limited analysis of important topics for Aptitude Section of JEE Main B.Arch Paper. This is due to the recent changes in JEE Main Papers 1,2 and 3.
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Section 3 – Drawing Skills
This section is the only one attempted in pen and paper mode in JEE Main 2021. It focuses on studying the drawing skills of the students’. The finesse and the precision they possess, through their drawings. The topics covered in JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus are a handful but important –
S.No.  Topics 
1  Sketching of activities from memory of urbanscape, landscape and rural life 
There is no proper weightage or important topics for the Drawing section of JEE Main B.Arch Paper 2. This is because of the abstractness of this particular section. The scoring criteria is based on the examiners approach towards various intricate details in the answers drawn by the candidate. This section is often seen as one of the most scoring and sometimes the toughest section of JEE Main B.Arch Paper.
Preparation Tips for JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus
 Divide your syllabus in order to study properly
 Most of the students make the usual mistake of studying everything in one go, without properly dividing the syllabus and making a proper study plan.
 If you have, on the other hand, made a proper study plan and are dedicatedly executing it, then you are more likely to successfully complete studying your syllabus.
 Make sure you prepare an effective plan, which is not only easy for you to follow but also covers everything that you need to study.
 Check your strengths and weaknesses from the syllabus
 When you are deciding which topic to give more focus on, then don’t go by how the weightage is divided among the topics.
 Regardless of the importance, it is important that you pay equal attention to all the topics that are given in your syllabus.
 More importantly, make sure that you cover your weak topics, even if they don’t carry as many points.
 This will make sure that you are appearing for the exam with your full potential and subsequently, potentially get you more marks.
 Previous question papers
 The Internet is full of references that you can take help with during planning your study or doing your actual study.
 Even if you are not provided with sample papers or previous exams’ papers, then you can get all of them online.
 Also, even if you are told about the important topics, it can never hurt to go over the previous papers, in case the examiner decides to add some questions from the previous years’ papers as well.
 You also get a proper idea about the way questions are asked – whether in a tricky way or just the way they are mentioned in your books and reference texts.
 How to approach the exam?
 The most important thing to keep in mind while appearing for the JEE Main B.Arch Examination is the strategy that you will use for passing.
 You have to keep in mind that most of the questions don’t have negative marking and are numbered.
 Make sure that you don’t waste all of your time answering the questions that are difficult; instead, complete the other sections which are easier to solve for you.
 It would be much better if you solve them first, then use all your remaining time you are finding difficult – this will make sure you will get your passing marks and even get that rank you want to achieve.
 A clear head and calm mind
 Mostly, students appearing for such competitions are out of their minds, worrying about the paper and how it will go and what will happen afterwards.
 This is what you need to avoid during this particular exam.
 JEE Main Architecture students should be able to have a clear head and calm mind, not just during you’re giving the exam but also before and after those three hours.
 A clear mind and a calm head would also make sure you are not stumped in the exam in the face of difficult questions.
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Books to Refer for JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus
There might not be many reliable books that you can refer to. But there are definitely some trustworthy ones which students refer for a detailed study of JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus. Other than the usual textbooks that students referred to in the previous years (especially for mathematics), given below are some of the latest books that you can refer and study from. These books are wholesome and not just give complete information to the JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus, but also act as an introduction to the curriculum of B.Arch degree:
S.No  Book’s name  Author’s name 
1.  A Complete SelfGuide for B.Arch Entrance Examination  P.K. Mishra (Arihant) 
2.  Complete Architecture Entrance Guide  Ashok Goel and Arjun Kamal 
3.  Mathematics XI & XII  R.S. Agarwal 
4.  Elementary Mathematics  DoroFeev, Potapov 
5.  Higher Algebra  Hall & Knight 
6.  Verbal and Nonverbal Reasoning Book  R.S. Aggarwal 
7.  B.Arch/NATA/JEE Main Offline Drawing Test  Nimish Madan 
If you are making an action plan on the basis of this syllabus, there are a handful of important points students need to remember. Make a small note of all the important points and formulas and go over it while revising or even the day before the exam; after studying a chapter or a concept, make sure you remember it by solving some practise questions on those topics; there is also an option of giving a JEE Main mock test online, which can help you see where you are now, after your thorough preparation.
Students are advised to stay focused and not lose any hope they might be harbouring for their dream to become an architect.
Frequently Asked Questions:
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Answer: Drawing section of the JEE Main Paper 2 will be conducted in Pen Paper Mode.
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Answer: No, JEE Main Paper 2 will only be conducted twice, in February and May 2021.
JEE Main 2021 B.Arch Exam Pattern: New Pattern, Marking Scheme and Syllabus
Last updated on August 24th, 2021
JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern: Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is a national level entrance examination for engineering and architecture. Students who qualify this prestigious paper get a chance to study the Bachelor of Architecture course in top colleges like IITs, NITs, IIITs, and other government colleges all over India.
Latest Update
 NTA has finally released the JEE Main Exam Dates for the May session which will conduct the B.Arch and B.Planning papers (Paper 2A and 2B). Session 4 (May) is scheduled from 27 July to 2 August 2021. Candidates can apply for this session through the JEE Main Application Form.
 The number of numerical value questions have increased to 10 in Maths section. Any 5 have to be attempted from the 10. Apply Now For JEE Main 2021
 There are two exams in JEE – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE Main, which is the qualifying exam for JEE Advanced, is conducted in 3 papers Paper 1, Paper 2A and Paper 2B.
 Paper 2A is conducted for the B.Arch programme.
 In this article, we will discuss the various aspects of JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern 2021.
 With the help of this exam, aspirants can get into toptier architecture colleges of the nation.
Since JEE Main examination dates will be announced soon, students should work hard on the JEE Main Syllabus provided.
Highlights of JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern 2021
The latest JEE Main B.Arch exam pattern has been released by NTA. Students can have a look at the exam pattern of 2021.
 Half of the B.Arch exam will be conducted as a computerbased exam while the Drawing section of JEE Main Paper 2A would be the traditional penpaper mode.
 The exam will have papers in all types of important languages, including the usual English and Hindi. New languages have been introduced for the 2021 session.
 The marking scheme is pretty straightforward, with four marks allotted to all the questions in Mathematics, Planning and Aptitude being equal to all the sections. The only difference is the drawing section, where skills are looked for more than anything else.
 JEE Main Paper 2 also has negative marking, where any incorrect answer will have one mark deducted from your count, in MCQs.
 On the other hand, the Numerical value questions will not have any negative markings, in case the students have left the question unattempted or given an incorrect answer.
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 JEE Main B.Arch Syllabus for Maths, Drawing and Aptitude
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JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern 2021: Summary
Particulars  Mathematics and Aptitude Section  Drawing Section 
Exam Mode  Online  Offline 
Exam Duration  3 hours  
Total Questions in JEE Main B.Arch Exam  Maths – 20 MCQ questions and 10 Numerical questions (any 5 to attempt) Aptitude – 50 MCQs  2 questions only 
Type of Questions  MCQs and Numerical Value  Subjective (Drawing skills) 
Marking Scheme  For MCQs – 4 Marks for correct answer, 1 mark for every incorrect answer
For answer with numeric value – 4 Marks for every correct answer, no negative marking 
50 Marks for each question. Marking will be subjective. 
Maximum Marks  300  100 
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Why Should You Take JEE Main B.Arch Exam 2021?
There are three papers that NTA conducts and will be conducting this year as well. They are B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Planning. However, we will be – this time – focusing on B.Arch and what exactly does it entail?
 JEE Main B.Arch is for those students who wish to crack the exam and get into topmost architecture colleges.
 The popularity of architecture as a learning stream as well as a profession has been increasing day by day, even after the point that architecture is one of the hardest streams that are out there.
 Now, imagine being part of an IIT and learning architecture from worldclass faculties.
 This would be possible with the help of JEE Main B.Arch 2021 and the JEE Advanced Architecture Aptitude Test.
 Let us now discuss our main head i.e. JEE Main New B. Arch Exam Pattern.
Detailed JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern 2021
We have discussed the marking scheme, syllabus and the various types of questions that are included in the JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern. Do read these carefully as it helps in understanding the strategy that one must devise to improvise on scores.
Distribution of Marks in JEE Main B.Arch 2021
The total questions that will be asked in JEE Main 2021 B.Arch Paper will be 82. The exam will be of total 400 marks. The sections marking scheme has been described in detail down below –
Section  Questions  Marking Scheme  Total Marks 
Part I – Mathematics  20 MCQs + 10 NAT (any 5 NAT to be attempted)  MCQsCorrect: 4 marks Incorrect: – 1 mark NAT –Correct: 4 marks Incorrect: 0 marks  100 
Part II – Aptitude  50 MCQs  Correct: 4 marks Incorrect: 1 mark Unanswered: 0 marks  200 
Part III – Drawing Test  2 drawing questions  Correct: 50 marks  100 
Total  82 questions  –  400 
JEE Main Paper 2A will be conducted in two shifts, all lasting for three hours. First shift will last from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, whereas the second shift will be from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
The mode of JEE Main Paper 2 will be a computerbased test only. However, the drawing test – i.e. the third section – will be on penpaper. The questions that will be the most used will be multiple choice questions and numerical answer type (NAT).
JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern: Types of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions:
 All of the twenty questions in JEE Main Paper 2 will carry four marks each, meaning the MCQs will carry 80 marks in total.
 If answered correctly, the student will get four marks. On the other hand, if the answer or attempt is wrong, the student will be penalized by cutting one mark.
 In case if the question is not answered, it will, fortunately, not be marked negatively.
Numerical Answer Type (NAT):
 All of the five questions, just like the MCQs questions, will be carrying four marks.
 No question of this section will be marked negatively.
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JEE Main B.Arch 2021 Syllabus
The syllabus for JEE Main B.Arch 2021 has been released now and updated officially. You can check the 2021 syllabus here.
Mathematics Section
Sets, relations and functions; integral calculus; sequences and series; mathematical reasoning; permutations and combinations; limit, continuity and differentiability; differential equations; complex numbers and quadratic equations; coordinate geometry; vector algebra; statistics and probability; binomial theorem and its simple applications. 
Aptitude Section
Awareness of persons, buildings, objects and persons; texture related to architecture and buildenvironment; visualizing threedimensional objects from twodimensional drawings; analytical reasoning mental ability (visual, verbal as well as numerical); visualizing different sides of the threedimensional objects. 
Drawing Section
Drawing and Designing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil; transformation of forms (both twodimensional and threedimensional union); elevation and threedimensional views of objects rotation; development of surfaces and volumes; generation of a plan; sketching of activities from memory of urban scenes; creating two dimensional and threedimensional compositions using given shapes and forms. 
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JEE Main B.Arch Score Accepting Colleges
Check a list of top colleges that offer B.Arch courses.
S. No.  Institute Name 
1  National Institute of Technology Calicut 
2  National Institute of Technology Hamirpur 
3  Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur 
4  National Institute of Technology Patna 
5  National Institute of Technology Raipur 
6  National Institute of Technology Rourkela 
7  National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli 
8  Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur 
9  BITS Mesra 
10  School of Planning & Architecture New Delhi 
11  School of Planning & Architecture Vijayawada 
12  School of Planning & Architecture Bhopal 
13  Chandigarh College of Architecture Chandigarh 
14  SRM University Chennai 
15  ICL Institute of Architecture Ambala 
16  GITAM University Visakhapatnam 
17  Faculty of Technology and Engineering Vadodara 
Analysis of Various Sections of JEE Main B.Arch Exam
JEE Main B.Arch Mathematics Section
 JEE Main B.Arch paper includes Mathematics as the first section.
 The students are intimated the most by this section, right after the drawing question.
 This section is later divided into two parts, the one being MCQs and the other being NAT.
 However, this one is easier to crack, as the syllabus is the same as what you learned in the previous years, with more importance given to the class 11th syllabus, at least in this section.
 Many of the questions that are asked hail from the topics of distance or 3D coordinate geometry, as well as integration and derivation, among others, with the questions based on the first two topics being more as compared to the last two.
 It will contain a total of 25 questions.
 Out of them, 20 will be multiple choice questions, while the remaining five will be numerical value questions, also called Numerical Answer Type (NAT).
 This section is worth 100 marks, overall.
JEE Main B.Arch Aptitude Section
 Aptitude section in JEE Main Paper 2 is known to measure the students’ aptitude, as the name suggests.
 It is mostly easier and certainly even more so than the other sections, as the students claim
 It will have 50 questions in all; all of this section will carry 200 marks.
 Most of the questions revolve around mirror images, 3D structures or other similar figures, along with the locations of some places around the world, textures of things and a lot more.
 Aptitude section in JEE Main Paper 2 has negative marking, so the students are warned to proceed with a lot more thinking and caution.
JEE Main B.Arch Drawing Section
 This part is the last part of the paper and will contain drawing questions.
 Moreover, this section will be measuring the students’ skills in drawing and whether they can handle the pressure all the architecture year gives to the students.
 Most of the architecture studies rely on drawing and if the student’s drawing skills are not that up to the mark, then he or she won’t be able to crack the exam.
 The section only has a total of 3 questions, out of which you have to attempt 2 questions.
 They carry 100 marks in total and should be given more time and concentration.
 The drawing section is conducted offline.
 Also, the questions are mostly based on simple and basic topics of faces, gymnasts, cylinders and even school playgrounds, to name a few.
 Most of the students appearing for JEE Main 2020 B.Arch examination claim that this section stumps them the most.
JEE Main B.Arch Exam Day Guidelines
A variety of unforeseen and unwelcome things can happen on your examination day and trust me when I say this, you can’t afford going wrong in your JEE Main 2021 B.Arch examination.
 The entry gates of the exam centres will be opened around two and a half hours before the start of the exam.
 Students appearing for the exam should wisely reach their respective exam centres on time so as to avoid any hurriedness and latency, especially during the final moments before the evident exam.
 No entry will be permitted in the exam hall without JEE Main 2021 admit card along with identity proof
 Any electronics, including cell phones, calculators, watches with the calculators and pagers, books, notebooks, tablets, etc. are strictly not allowed to be carried inside the exam centre.
 Students with medical problems can be given a few pardons. For example, students with diabetes can carry small items such as sugar tablets or fruits as well as water bottles, only if it’s transparent. But packed items like chocolate, candy, wafer, sandwiches, etc. are not allowed even for diabetic students.
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What After B.Arch?
For those of you who are thinking about what will happen after the JEE Main examination – especially B.Arch – there are a number of options these students can adopt in their life.
 There is going a step forward and picking up masters after passing the Bachelors in Architecture.
 One can also get a PhD in Architecture, thus helping the student even more so in his or her professional life as a talented architect.
 If not interested in studying further, these students can also get jobs in the core architecture field, as there is plenty of scope in this field.
And all of these options boil down to good grades in the JEE Main 2021 B.Arch Examination.
The examination does seem to fluctuate; and though we can’t blame the authority or even the government, it is important that the students keep studying to not forget their syllabus. The JEE Main B.Arch Exam Pattern above will help the students to plan their study timetable and therefore, improve their chances of passing the JEE Main 2021 B.Arch Examination with flying colours.
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JEE Main B.Arch FAQs
Last updated on December 21st, 2020
Ans. In MCQs 4 marks for every correct response will be given and I mark will be deducted for every incorrect response. Whereas numerical Value questions will have no negative marking. And of course drawing questions will be marked as per the candidates’ drawing skills.
Last updated on August 25th, 2020
Ans. Yes, definitely you can apply for both B. Arch and B. Planning papers. But your exam duration will be 3 hours 30 minutes instead of 3 hours in such a case.
Last updated on August 25th, 2020
Ans. According to the eligibility guidelines, candidates of any stream who have passed 12th /qualifying examination with 50% marks in aggregate and 50 % marks in Mathematics are eligible to apply.
Last updated on December 21st, 2020
Ans. JEE Main Paper 2 consists of 3 sections. Marks and question distribution of JEE Main Paper 2 is tabulated below:
Part I  Mathematics  25 Questions of 100 marks (20 MCQs and 10 Numerical Value Based Questions) 
Part II  Aptitude  50 MCQs of 200 marks 
Part III  Drawing  2 Questions of 100 marks 
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Ans. It totally depends on the student’s capability and performance. If you are truly interested in doing, nothing seems difficult.
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Ans. Yes, definitely BArch is a good course and has great scope with amazing career opportunities. Even you could get a chance to get jobs abroad as well.
Last updated on August 25th, 2020
Ans. No, it is not compulsory to appear for the JEE Main paper 2. If you are not interested in the BArch course you can skip that.
JEE Main 2021 B.Planning Exam Pattern (Updated): Numericals, Sections, Marking Scheme
Last updated on August 24th, 2021
NTA has officially released JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021 on it’s official website. B.Planning was introduced as a separate paper in 2020. Earlier, it was in combination with B.Arch. Apart from new updates, NTA has devised a structured JEE Main 2021 B.Planning Exam Pattern for the aspirants.
Latest Updates on JEE Main B.Planning 2021:
NTA has finally released the JEE Main Exam Dates for April and May sessions, which were postponed earlier. Session 3 (April) is scheduled from 20 to 25 July, while Session 4 (May) is scheduled from 27 July to 2 August 2021. Candidates can apply for both the sessions or either of them through JEE Main Application Form. There is no gap between the two sessions.
 NTA has decided to provide choices in Numerical questions of Maths section because of reduction of syllabus by some boards.
 Students will now get 10 Numerical Value Questions, out of which any 5 have to be solved.
There has been additional changes for the JEE Main 2021 exam owing to the reduction in Class XII syllabus by some boards. B.Planning Exam Pattern, by NTA for upcoming JEE Main 2021 exam provides details like total number of questions, marks distribution, marking scheme etc. The details below discuss important updates of JEE Main B.Planning Exam Pattern:
 The total marks for the test will be 400 marks. The paper for selecting students for the B Plan courses will be conducted separately
 The paper will have 105 questions for 400 marks.
 Also, the aspirants can apply either for B.Arch or B.Plan paper or both of them together.
 Candidates will be tested in three areas – Aptitude, Planning based MCQs and Mathematics.
 A total of 105 questions is segregated in the following manner:
 Aptitude – 50
 Mathematics – 30
 Planning – 25
 In the Mathematics section, 20 questions will be MCQs while 10 questions will be numerical based questions. Candidates will be required to attempt 5 out of 10 numerical based questions.
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JEE Main B.Planning 2021: Highlights
 Bachelor of Planning or B.Planning is a 4year UG course
 The course explains different fields of designing, engineering, and managing.
 B.Plan program aims in resolving problems related to urban human settlements and building competencies in any area of business
 Minimum eligibility for B.Plan is 10+2 or equivalent with at least 50% in Mathematics
 JEE Main and subsequent round of counselling is the sole criteria for admission to this course in any college in India including IITs, CFITs, NITs, and other governmentaided technical institutes
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JEE Main 2021 B.Planning Exam Pattern – Highlights
Details on latest JEE Main Exam Pattern is tabulated below:
Particulars  B.Planning Exam Pattern  
Mode of exam  Online  
Number of sections and subjects  3 (Mathematics, Aptitude, and planning based questions)  
Duration of exam  3 hours (however, it will be 4 hours for persons with benchmark disabilities)  
Timings  2:305:30 pm (Timings for the aspirants opting for both B.Arch. and Planning will be 2:30 – 06:00 p.m.  
Number of questions to be attempted  Paper 2: 100 questions (Mathematics: 25 questions, Aptitude: 50 and planning based questions 25)  
Type of questions  Mathematics and Aptitude: Objective type questions, Numerical questions; planning based questions,  
JEE Main Total Marks  400 marks  
Language of paper  English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu 
B.Planning Exam Pattern – Marking Scheme of B. Plan paper
Particulars  Marks 
Correct Answer  +4 marks 
Incorrect Answer  1 mark 
Unattempted Question  0 
JEE Main Paper 3 – Marks per section
Section  Number of Questions  Total marks/section 
Mathematics  25  100 (25 x 4) 
Aptitude  50  200 (50 x 4) 
Planningbased Questions  25  100 (25 x 4) 
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B.Planning Exam Pattern – Syllabus
 NTA officially released updated syllabus for JEE Main aspirants
 It is advisable to understand the syllabus for upcoming JEE Main 2021 exam
 JEE Main syllabus helps in planning effective preparation strategies
 B.Planning Exam Pattern ensures that students cover important chapters at the time of revisions
Details of JEE Main 2021 Syllabus for B.Planning is given below:
Part 1: Mathematics
Mathematics syllabus is the same for all the three JEE Main papers.
Sets, Relations and Functions  Limit, Continuity and Differentiability 
Mathematical Induction  Integral Calculus 
Binomial Theorem  Differential Equations 
Sequences and Series  Coordinate Geometry 
Complex Numbers  Three Dimensional Geometry 
Matrices and Determinants  Vector Algebra 
Permutations and Combinations  Statistics and Probability 
Trigonometry  Mathematical Reasoning 
Part 2: Aptitude
The syllabus for JEE Main aptitude section is as follows:
 Knowledge of places, buildings, persons, etc.
 Texture and objects in relation to Architecture and building environment
 Understanding threedimensional objects from twodimensional drawings
 Analyzing sides of threedimensional objects
 Assuming threedimensional objects
 Transforming 2D and 3D unions
Part 3: PlanningBased MCQs (for B. Planning paper only)
 General Awareness in relation to development issues, government policies, etc.
 Reviewing the analytical skills of the candidates
 CBSE Class X Social Sciences
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How to prepare as per the latest B.Planning Exam Pattern?
 JEE Main aspirants need to focus more on the numerical value type questions
 It has around 20% weightage in BE/B.Tech and B.Arch papers and 5% in B. Plan paper
 Also, it is advisable to attempt these questions as they carry no negative marking
 B.Planning Exam Pattern has few variation, hence one must fluctuate speed of learning accordingly
 Ensure to understand the question properly before attempting it
 Avoid silly mistakes while doing calculations
 JEE Main 2021 exam aspirants should try to complete the NCERT first before referring other books
 As B.Planning Exam Pattern is comparatively newer, understanding of syllabus and pattern is important for scoring well
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General Preparation Strategies for B.Planning aspirants
For better effective learning, understanding of the B.Planning Exam Pattern is essential including the following points:
 Understand the difference in syllabus:
 Part 1 and 2 of the B. Plan syllabus are the same as the B. Arch syllabus
 Part 3 has variations
 There are planning based questions for the B.Plan exam, while B.Arch has drawing based
 B. Planning section will have three sections of Mathematics, General Aptitude and Planning
 Understand the important topics well for JEE Main B.Plan paper
 Acquaint yourself with skills to read a map as it will help in answering the related questions
 Candidates should prepare according to B.Planning Exam Pattern that includes enhancing general awareness skills
 JEE Main aspirants are advised to be updated on current affairs
 Candidates preparing as per B.Planning Exam Pattern must pay special attention to various developmental schemes, Government activity, etc.
 Try to attempt maximum mock tests.
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JEE Main Mock Tests
 Annually NTA releases JEE Main online mock test series for candidate reference for JEE Main exam
 Coaching centers also rely heavily on these JEE Main test series
 In 2020, NTA also launched the “National Test Abhyas” for aspirants to practice mock papers from home
JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers
 JEE Main 2021 participants are advised to practice JEE Main previous year question papers to identify key concepts
 Such question papers also helps in understanding style of question in the JEE Main exam
 Practising previous year question papers also helps in better time management skill development
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Recommended Books for JEE Main 2021 B.Planning Paper
For JEE Main exam, selection of right books and authors is quite essential. Below mentioned are few suggested best books by popular authors for preparation of JEE Main 2021:
JEE Main Recommended Books for Mathematics
Book  Author/Publisher 
Trigonometry  S.L. Loney 
Higher Algebra  Hall & Knight 
Coordinate Geometry  S.L. Loney 
Best books to prepare for Part 2 & 3: Aptitude and Planning
 Contemporary India – Textbook in Geography
 India and Contemporary World – History
 Understanding Economic Development Textbook in Social Science
 Study Guide for B.Arch 2021
 NATA & JEE (B.Arch) Study Pack for 2021: 12 books with Previous year Question Paper
JEE Main 2021 Exam Day Guidelines
JEE Main aspirants are advised to go through the detailed JEE Main 2021 exam day guidelines below to avoid any kind of issues on the day of exam:
 Entry gates to the exam hall will be opened at least 2.5 hours before the starting of the exam
 Candidates are advised to reach as early as possible to speed up the process of security checking and verification
 JEE Main aspirants must carry JEE Main 2021 admit card and identity proof to enter the exam hall
 PWD category students must produce a duly signed PWD certificate in the format prescribed by the authorities at the exam center
 All sorts of electronic devices like phones, calculators, watches with calculators, etc. are prohibited inside the exam centers
 Diabetic students are allowed to carry sugar tablets/fruits and water in a transparent water bottle inside the exam hall. However, packaged food items like chocolate, sandwich, etc. are not allowed
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JEE Main B.Planning – Scope and Career
After B.Planning, students can either pursue higher studies or can look for a suitable job. Below are few options to choose from:
 M.Planning
 Relative M.Sc or M.Tech courses
 PG Diploma Course
 There are jobs available in the government sector as well like government departments of planning, housing schemes, etc.
 For private sectors, options are from sectors like construction, interior designing firms, NGOs, etc.
Stay motivated and focus on revision well.
Best of luck with your upcoming exam!
JEE Main B.Planning FAQs
Last updated on December 23rd, 2020
Ans: From 2020 onwards, NTA has announced a separate paper for JEE Main exam. Paper 3 is of B.Planning and comprises aptitude, mathematics and planning based questions. The exam will be conducted in 13 languages. Candidates can choose the medium of language which is suitable for them. The duration of the exam will be 3 hours.
Last updated on August 25th, 2020
Ans: There will be 3 sections in the paper namely mathematics, aptitude and planning based. There will be 50 aptitude based questions and 25 each for the mathematics and planning section. Numerical questions are added that carry no negative marking.
Last updated on August 25th, 2020
Ans: The exam will be conducted in two shifts namely morning and evening. Overall NTA scores will be considered for preparing the merit list. In case of tie, merit will be based on score in mathematics, aptitude and planning based in the same order.
Last updated on August 25th, 2020
ANs: To appear for paper 3 of B.Planning, a candidate needs to score a minimum of 50% marks in 12th board exam. However the minimum aggregate requirement has been deducted for this year exam. In 12th class, a JEE Main aspirant needs to appear for at least 5 subjects.
Last updated on December 23rd, 2020
Ans: To appear for JEE Main 2021, candidates must have passed 12th either in 2020 or 2019, not before that. Students appearing for Class XII in 2021 are also eligible. Also, NTA does not specify any upper age limit to attempt the exam.
JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus 2021: Topicwise Weightage, Best Books
Last updated on August 18th, 2021
JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus is common for all the 4 sessions of JEE Main. The information brochure of JEE Main 2021 has been released. There has been a change in JEE Main exam pattern but the syllabus is the same as 2020. Read the following article to know more about the complete JEE Main Maths Syllabus 2021, weightage of chapters and number of questions from each unit. Aspirants can save the whole syllabus as a PDF by using the print option (Ctrl + P). In addition, we have also suggested some useful books for preparation of JEE Main Mathematics.
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JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus – Highlights
 As per the analysis of previous years’ JEE Main exams, JEE Main syllabus has remained more or less same.
 JEE Main Maths syllabus is largely based on the CBSE Maths syllabus of class 11 and 12.
 By knowing the syllabus, students will have a clear idea about what type of questions are asked in the paper and the difficulty level of the papers.
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JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus
Following is the detailed analysis of unitwise and topicwise JEE Main Maths Syllabus:
Unit 1: Sets, Relations and Functions
 Sets and their representation
 Union, intersection and complement of sets and their algebraic properties
 Power set
 Relation, Types of relations, equivalence relations, functions
 Oneone, into and onto functions, composition of functions
Unit 2: Complex Number and Quadratic Equations
 Complex numbers as ordered pairs of reals
 Representation of complex numbers in the form (a+ib) and their representation in a plane, Argand diagram
 Algebra of complex numbers, modulus and argument (or amplitude) of a complex number, square root of a complex number
 Triangle inequality
 Quadratic equations in real and complex number system and their solutions
 The relation between roots and coefficients, nature of roots, the formation of quadratic equations with given roots
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Unit 3: Matrices and Determinants
 Matrices: Algebra of matrices, types of matrices, and matrices of order two and three
 Determinants: Properties of determinants, evaluation of determinants, the area of triangles using determinants
 Adjoint and evaluation of inverse of a square matrix using determinants and elementary transformations
 Test of consistency and solution of simultaneous linear equations in two or three variables using determinants and matrices
Unit 4: Permutations and Combinations
 The fundamental principle of counting
 Permutation as an arrangement and combination as selection
 The meaning of P (n,r) and C (n,r). Simple applications
Unit 5: Mathematical Induction
 The principle of Mathematical Induction and its simple applications
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Unit 6: Binomial Theorem
 Binomial theorem for a positive integral index
 General term and middle term
 Properties of Binomial coefficients and simple applications
Unit 7: Sequences and Series
 Arithmetic and Geometric progressions, insertion of arithmetic
 Geometric means between two given numbers
 The relation between A.M. and G.M
 Sum up to n terms of special series: Sn, Sn2, Sn3
 Arithmetic – Geometric progression
Unit 8: Limit, Continuity and Differentiability
 Realvalued functions, algebra of functions, polynomials, rational, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions, inverse functions
 Graphs of simple functions
 Limits, continuity, and differentiability
 Differentiation of the sum, difference, product, and quotient of two functions
 Differentiation of trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, composite and implicit functions; derivatives of order up to two
 Rolle’s and Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorems
 Applications of derivatives: Rate of change of quantities, monotonic – increasing and decreasing functions, Maxima, and minima of functions of one variable, tangents, and normals.
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Unit 9: Integral Calculus
 Integral as an antiderivative
 Fundamental integrals involving algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions
 Integration by substitution, by parts, and by partial fractions
 Integration using trigonometric identities
 Integral as limit of a sum
 Evaluation of simple integrals
 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
 Properties of definite integrals, evaluation of definite integrals, determining areas of the regions bounded by simple curves in standard form
Unit 10: Differential Equations
 Ordinary differential equations, their order, and degree.
 Formation of differential equations
 The solution of differential equations by the method of separation of variables
 The solution of homogeneous and linear differential equations of the type
Unit 11: Coordinate Geometry
 Cartesian system of rectangular coordinates in a plane, distance formula, section formula, locus and its equation, translation of axes, the slope of a line, parallel and perpendicular lines, intercepts of a line on the coordinate axes
 Straight lines: Various forms of equations of a line, intersection of lines, angles between two lines, conditions for concurrence of three lines
 The distance of a point from a line, equations of internal and external bisectors of angles between two lines, coordinates of centroid, orthocentre, and circumcentre of a triangle, equation of the family of lines passing through the point of intersection of two lines
 Circles, conic sections: Standard form of equation of a circle, general form of the equation of a circle, its radius and centre, equation of a circle when the endpoints of a diameter are given, points of intersection of a line and a circle with the centre at the origin and condition for a line to be tangent to a circle, equation of the tangent
 Sections of cones, equations of conic sections (parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola) in standard forms, condition for y = mx + c to be a tangent and point (s) of tangency
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Unit 12: Three Dimensional Geometry
 Coordinates of a point in space, the distance between two points
 Section formula, direction ratios and direction cosines, the angle between two intersecting lines
 Skew lines, the shortest distance between them and its equation
 Equations of a line and a plane in different forms, the intersection of a line and a plane, coplanar lines
Unit 13: Vector Algebra
 Vectors and scalars, the addition of vectors
 Components of a vector in two dimensions and threedimensional space
 Scalar and vector products, scalar and vector triple product
Unit 14: Statistics and Probability
 Measures of Dispersion: Calculation of mean, median, mode of grouped and ungrouped data. Calculation of standard deviation, variance and mean deviation for grouped and ungrouped data.
 Probability: Probability of an event, addition and multiplication theorems of probability, Bayes theorem, probability distribution of a random variate, Bernoulli trials and Binomial distribution.
Unit 15: Trigonometry
 Trigonometric identities and equations.
 Trigonometric functions.
 Inverse trigonometric functions and their properties.
 Heights and Distances
Unit 16: Mathematical Reasoning
 Statements, logical operations and, or, implies, implied by, if and only if
 Understanding of tautology, contradiction, converse, and Contrapositive
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JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus: ChapterWise Weightage
Some chapters from the JEE Main Mathematics syllabus carry more weightage than the others. The table provided below contains the most important topics from JEE Main syllabus along with their weightage:
Important Topics  Expected weightage 
Coordinate Geometry  12% 
Integral and Differential Calculus  30% 
Trigonometry  7% 
Sequence and Series  7% 
Matrices and Determinants  7% 
Differential Equations  7% 
There are a total of 16 units in the JEE Main Syllabus for Mathematics. The number of questions asked from all units are given below:
Topic  Number of questions 
Sets, Relations and Functions  1 
Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations  3 
Matrices and Determinants  2 
Permutations and Combinations  1 
Mathematical Induction  1 
Binomial Theorem and its simple applications  1 
Sequences and Series  2 
Limit, Continuity and Differentiability  4 
Integral Calculus  3 
Differential Equations  1 
Coordinate Geometry  5 
ThreeDimensional Geometry  3 
Vector Algebra  1 
Statistics and Probability  2 
Trigonometry  2 
Mathematical Reasoning  1 
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Best Books for Preparing JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus
Mathematics section requires comprehensive preparation. The following table represents some of the best books for JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus along with their author’s name that students can prefer for their Mathematics exam preparation:
Books Name  Authors Name 
IIT Mathematics  M.L. Khanna 
Differential Calculus  Das Gupta 
Class XI and XII Mathematics  R.D. Sharma 
Trigonometry, Geometry Books  S.L. Loney 
Integral Calculus for IITJEE  Amit Agarwal 
Calculus and Analytic Geometry  Thomas and Finney 
Problems in Calculus of One Variable  I. A. Maron 
Higher Algebra  Hall and Knight 
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JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus: Numerical Value Based Questions
Q1. Let α and β be two roots of the equation x2+2x+2=0, then α 15+β15 is equal to_____________.
Ans. 256
Q2. Consider a group of 5 females and 7 males. The number of different teams consisting of 2 females and 3 males that can be formed from this group, if there are two specific males A and B, who refuse to be the member of the same team, is ________________.
Ans. 300
Q3. If y = y (x) is the solution of the differential equation x +2y = x2 satisfying y (1) = 1, then 16 y (1/2) is equal to _______.
Ans. 49
Practising numerical questions is very important as numericals is a scoring section in JEE Main exam. This section does ot carry any negative marking. You must go through the past year papers in order to have a good idea about the type of questions asked. As Mathematics is a numerical based section, it requires thorough practise. You must also memorise all the important formulas well.
FAQs
Last updated on December 23rd, 2020
Answer: NCERT should be treated as the base book for the preparation. However, it is not enough, thus you should also refer to other books like R.D Sharma, M.L. Khanna etc.
Last updated on December 23rd, 2020
Answer: The first session of JEE Main 2021 will be conducted from 23rd February 2021 26th February 2021.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Answer: The next session of JEE Main 2021 will be tentatively conducted in July or August 2021.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Answer: The revised dates for April and May sessions have not been released yet. However, the dates are expected to be out soon.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Answer: Mathematics section is considered to be tougher than the other sections. The difficulty level ranges from moderate to difficult.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Answer: Yes, 98 percentile is a good score and you may secure a seat at one of the top NITs with this score.
JEE Main Physics Syllabus (Updated): Important Topics, Weightage, Paper Analysis
Last updated on August 18th, 2021
NTA, which is now the conducting authority for JEE Main, has released the JEE Main Physics Syllabus 2021. This year, some changes have been introduced in the JEE Main exam pattern. However, there has been no changes in the JEE Main Physics Syllabus even after the reduction in Class XII syllabus by some boards.
 JEE Main 2021 April and May sessions will be conducted soon in the ComputerBased Mode (CBT) exam.
 Students can practice JEE Main Mock Tests for a better understanding of CBT.
 Since last year, the JEE Main Physics section has held 20 objective type questions and 5 numerical value questions. These 5 numerical questions won’t have any negative marking.
 Meanwhile, JEE Advanced Syllabus 2021 also has few additional topics which require higherlevel understanding.
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JEE Main 2021 Physics Syllabus Highlights
The JEE Main Syllabus is pretty vast and it usually takes at least 2 years to master everything.
 Also, NTA JEE Main Physics Syllabus 2021 is considerably similar to the CBSE Curriculum.
 So, the syllabus contains two sections – A and B.
 Section A pertains to the Theory Part which holds 80% of the total weightage.
 Meanwhile, Section B contains Practical Part (Physics Experimental Skills) with 20% weightage.
Read the following article to know more about JEE Main Physics Syllabus. You can also save this article by using Print Option (Ctrl + P) and save the NTA JEE Main Physics Syllabus PDF in case you need it in future.
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JEE Main Physics Syllabus 2021: Theory (Section A)
There are a lot of important topics in JEE Main Physics. The chapter on Kinematics has a good weightage in the exam. Students can also refer to the past paper analysis of JEE Main to understand more deeply about the weightage of various chapters. The following table depicts the JEE Main Physics Syllabus 2021 (Theory Part)
S.No.  Unit  Topics 
1  Physics and Measurement  Physics, Technology and Society, S.I. units, 
Fundamental and derived units.  
Least count, accuracy and precision of measuring instruments, Errors in measurement,  
Dimensions of Physical quantities, dimensional analysis and its applications  
2  Kinematics  Frame of reference. 
Motion in a straight line: Positiontime graph, speed and velocity.  
Uniform and nonuniform motion, average speed and instantaneous velocity Uniformly accelerated motion, velocitytime, positiontime graphs, relations for uniformly accelerated motion.  
Scalars and Vectors, Vector Addition and Subtraction, Zero Vector, Scalar and Vector products, Unit Vector, Resolution of a Vector  
Relative Velocity, Motion in a plane.  
Projectile Motion, Uniform Circular Motion  
3  Laws of Motion  Force and Inertia, 
Newton’s First Law of motion: Momentum, Newton’s Second Law of motion: Impulse and Newton’s Third Law of motion.  
Law of conservation of linear momentum and its applications, Equilibrium of concurrent forces.  
Static and Kinetic friction, Laws of friction, Rolling friction.  
Dynamics of uniform circular motion: Centripetal force and its applications,  
4  Work, Energy and Power  Work done by a constant force and a variable force; Kinetic and potential energies, WorkEnergy theorem 
Power  
Potential energy of a spring, Conservation of mechanical energy, Conservative and nonconservative forces;  
Elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions.  
5  Rotational Motion  Centre of mass of a twoparticle system, Centre of mass of a rigid body 
Basic concepts of rotational motion; moment of a force, torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum and its applications  
Moment of inertia, Radius of gyration  
Values of moments of inertia for simple geometrical objects, parallel and perpendicular axes theorems and their applications.  
Rigid body rotation, Equations of rotational motion  
6  Gravitation  The Universal law of gravitation 
Acceleration due to gravity and its variation with altitude and depth, Kepler’s laws of planetary motion  
Gravitational potential energy; gravitational potential.  
Escape velocity.  
Orbital velocity of a satellite. Geostationary satellites.  
7  Properties of Solids and Liquids  Elastic behaviour, Stressstrain relationship, Hooke’s Law, Young’s modulus, bulk modulus, modulus of rigidity. Pressure due to a fluid column 
Pascal’s law and its applications  
Viscosity, Stokes’ law, terminal velocity, streamline and turbulent flow, Reynolds number  
Bernoulli’s principle and its applications  
Surface energy and surface tension, angle of contact, application of surface tension – drops, bubbles and capillary rise  
Heat, temperature, thermal expansion;  
Specific heat capacity, calorimetry  
Change of state, latent heat  
Heat transferconduction, convection and radiation, Newton’s law of cooling  
8  Thermodynamics  Thermal equilibrium, zeroth law of thermodynamics, concept of temperature 
Heat, work and internal energy  
First law of thermodynamics  
The second law of thermodynamics: reversible and irreversible processes  
Carnot engine and its efficiency  
9  Kinetic Theory of Gases  Equation of state of a perfect gas, work done on compressing a gas. 
Kinetic theory of gases assumptions, concept of pressure. Kinetic energy and temperature: rms speed of gas molecules  
Degrees of freedom, Law of equipartition of energy  
Applications to specific heat capacities of gases Mean free path  
Avogadro’s number  
10  Oscillations and Waves  Periodic motion – period, frequency, displacement as a function of time. 
Periodic functions  
Simple harmonic motion (S.H.M.) and its equation; phase; oscillations of a spring restoring force and force constant;  
Energy in S.H.M. – kinetic and potential energies; Simple pendulum – derivation of expression for its time period  
Free, forced and damped oscillations,  
Resonance  
Wave motion  
Longitudinal and transverse waves, speed of a wave  
Displacement relation for a progressive wave  
Principle of superposition of waves, reflection of waves, Standing waves in strings and organ pipes, fundamental mode and harmonics, Beats, Doppler effect in sound  
11  Electrostatics  Electric charges: Conservation of charge, Coulomb’s lawforces between two point charges, forces between multiple charges 
Superposition principle and continuous charge distribution  
Electric field: Electric field due to a point charge, Electric field lines, Electric dipole, Electric field due to a dipole, Torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field  
Gauss’s law and its applications to find field due to infinitely long uniformly charged straight wire, uniformly charged infinite plane sheet and uniformly charged thin spherical shell, Electric flux,  
Electric potential and its calculation for a point charge, electric dipole and system of charges.  
Equipotential surfaces, Electrical potential energy of a system of two point charges in an electrostatic field.  
Conductors and insulators, Dielectrics and electric polarization, capacitor, combination of capacitors in series and in parallel, capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with and without dielectric medium between the plates, Energy stored in a capacitor.  
12  Current Electricity  Electric current, Drift velocity, Ohm’s law, Electrical resistance, Resistances of different materials, VI characteristics of Ohmic and nonohmic conductors 
Electrical energy and power, Electrical resistivity, Colour code for resistors  
Series and parallel combinations of resistors; Temperature dependence of resistance.  
Electric Cell and its Internal resistance, Potential difference and emf of a cell, combination of cells in series and in parallel  
Kirchhoff’s laws and their applications  
Wheatstone bridge, Metre bridge  
Potentiometer – principle and its applications.  
13  Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism  Biot – Savart law and its application to the current carrying circular loop. 
Ampere’s law and its applications to infinitely long current carrying straight wire and solenoid.  
Force on a moving charge in uniform magnetic and electric fields.  
Cyclotron  
Force on a currentcarrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field. Force between two parallel currentcarrying conductorsdefinition of ampere, Torque experienced by a current loop in uniform magnetic field  
Moving coil galvanometer, its current sensitivity and conversion to ammeter and voltmeter.  
Current loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole moment. Bar magnet as an equivalent solenoid, magnetic field lines; Earth’s magnetic field and magnetic elements.  
Para, dia, and ferro magnetic substances.  
Magnetic susceptibility and permeability, Hysteresis, Electromagnets and permanent magnets.  
14  Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents  Electromagnetic induction 
Faraday’s law, induced emf and current  
Lenz’s Law, Eddy currents  
Self and mutual inductance  
Alternating currents, peak and rms value of alternating current/voltage  
Reactance and Impedance; LCR series circuit, Resonance  
Quality factor, power in AC circuits, wattless current.  
AC Generator and Transformer.  
15  Electromagnetic Waves  Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics. 
Transverse nature of electromagnetic waves.  
Electromagnetic spectrum(radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, X rays, gamma rays).  
Applications of e.m. waves.  
16  Optics  Reflection and refraction of light at plane and spherical surfaces, mirror formula, Total internal reflection and its applications, 
Deviation and Dispersion of light by a prism, Lens Formula, Magnification, Power of a Lens, Combination of thin lenses in contact, Microscope and Astronomical Telescope (reflecting and refracting) and their magnifying powers.  
Wave optics: wavefront and Huygens’ principle, Laws of reflection and refraction using Huygens principle.  
Interference, Young’s double slit experiment and expression for fringe width, coherent sources and sustained interference of light.  
Diffraction due to a single slit, width of central maximum. Resolving power of microscopes and astronomical telescopes, Polarisation, plane polarized light  
Brewster’s law, uses of plane polarized light and Polaroids.  
17  Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation  Dual nature of radiation 
Photoelectric effect, Hertz and Lenard’s observations  
Einstein’s photoelectric equation  
Particle nature of light  
Matter waveswave nature of the particle, de Broglie relation.  
Davis sonGermer experiment.  
18  Atoms and Nuclei  Alphaparticle scattering experiment 
Rutherford’s model of the atom  
Bohr model, energy levels, hydrogen spectrum  
Composition and size of the nucleus, atomic masses, isotopes, isobars, and isotones  
Radioactivityalpha, beta and gamma particles/rays and their properties  
Radioactive decay law  
Massenergy relation, mass defect  
Binding energy per nucleon and its variation with mass number, nuclear fission and fusion.  
19  Electronic Devices  Semiconductors 
Semiconductor diode: IV characteristics in forward and reverse bias  
Diode as a rectifier  
1V characteristics of LED, photodiode, solar cell and Zener diode; Zener diode as a voltage regulator  
Junction transistor, transistor action, characteristics of a transistor  
Transistor as an amplifier(common emitter configuration) and oscillator  
Logic gates (OR, AND, NOT, NAND and NOR), Transistor as a switch  
20  Communication Systems  Propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere 
Sky and space wave propagation, Need for modulation, Amplitude and Frequency Modulation, Bandwidth of signals, Bandwidth of Transmission medium,  
Basic Elements of a Communication System (Block Diagram only). 
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JEE Main Physics Experimental Skills (Section B)
The following table depicts the JEE Main Physics Syllabus 2021 – Section B on Experimental Skills. There are no changes in this section also and the JEE Main syllabus 2021 is the same as 2020.
Unit 1 to 10
S.No.  Experiments 
1  Vernier callipersits use to measure internal and external diameter and depth of a vessel. 
2  Screw gaugeits use to determine thickness/ diameter of thin sheet/wire. 
3  Simple Pendulumdissipation of energy by plotting a graph between square of amplitude and time. 
4  Metre Scale – mass of a given object by principle of moments. 
5  Young’s modulus of elasticity of the material of a metallic wire. 
6  Surface tension of water by capillary rise and effect of detergents. 
7  Coefficient of Viscosity of a given viscous liquid by measuring terminal velocity of a given spherical body. 
8  Plotting a cooling curve for the relationship between the temperature of a hot body and time. 
9  Speed of sound in air at room temperature using a resonance tube. 
10  Specific heat capacity of a given (i) solid and (ii) liquid by method of mixtures. 
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Unit 11 to 22
S.No.  Experiments 
11  Resistivity of the material of a given wire using a metre bridge. 
12  Resistance of a given wire using Ohm’s law. 
13  Potentiometer Comparison of emf of two primary cells. Determination of internal resistance of a cell. 
14  Resistance and figure of merit of a galvanometer by half deflection method 
15  Focal length ofConvex mirror Concave mirror, and Convex lens using parallax method 
16  Plot of angle of deviation vs angle of incidence for a triangular prism. 
17  Refractive index of a glass slab using a traveling microscope. 
18  Characteristic curves of a pn junction diode in forward and reverse bias. 
19  Zener diode characteristic curves and finding reverse breakdown voltage. 
20  Characteristic curves of a transistor and finding current gain and voltage gain. 
21  Identification of Diode, LED, Transistor, IC, Resistor, Capacitor from mixed collection of such items. 
22  Using multimeter toIdentify base of a transistor Distinguish between npn and pnp type transistor See the unidirectional flow of current in case of a diode and an LED. Check the correctness or otherwise of a given electronic component (diode, transistor or IC). 
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Books For Preparing JEE Main Physics Syllabus 2021
A lot of important topics in JEE Main Physics Syllabus 2021 are not easy to apprehend. If students do not have the best books explaining important topics, they might not be able to understand the logic behind certain topics. To understand topics with ease and to know the logic behind certain important formulae, major experts suggest the best books given below
Books  Author 
Concepts of Physics Volume 1 and Volume 2  H.C. Verma 
Feynman Lectures on Physics  Feynman, Leighton and Sands 
Problems in General Physics  IE Irodov 
Objective Questions on Physics Chapterwise Solved Papers  D.C. Pandey 
Fundamentals of Physics  Halliday, Resnick and Walker 
Problems in Physics  AA Pinsky 
Advance Physics  Nelkon and Parker 
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JEE Main 2021: Tips and Tricks for Attempting the Paper
Preparation is the prime way to crack competitive exams like JEE Main. But we should keep in mind that mere preparation is not enough. Knowing how to attempt the JEE Main paper is equally important. Below given are some general paper attempting tips that will help you to score good marks in JEE Main.
 Section Attempting Order:


 According to experts and past trend analysis, the idle paper attempting order should be in the following manner first Chemistry, followed by Maths and lastly Physics.
 The logic behind this is that Chemistry has more factbased questions and the level of logical questions rises from Chemistry to Maths to Physics.
 It is easier to solve factbased questions than solving questions with calculations.
 This way students can secure some marks before moving forward to the tougher parts.
 However, the students’ command in each subject also plays an important role here.

 Segregation of Questions:


 Segregation of questions in terms of their difficulty level is important.
 On average in the JEE Main paper, 30 questions are expected to be easy.
 This clearly means that 120 marks can be secured easily.
 Securing these 120 marks will help students to get themselves ranked among 2,00,000 candidates.

 Elimination:


 The trend analysis shows that (2025%) of questions in the Mathematics section can be solved using substitution and elimination methods.
 This means that the students need to substitute the answer from the multiple choices in the question and then eliminate the wrong answers.
 Also, this method saves time and gives the correct answer almost every time.
 In some other questions also, the answers can be eliminated by using logic.

 Solving Previous Year Papers:


 This tip is very much effective; solving JEE Main previous year papers and analyzing results.
 It will also help you to locate your strong and weak areas.
 Knowing your strength will help to understand which questions you should attempt first to secure some marks.

 Accuracy:


 It is always preferable to attempt questions of the topics you have great command over, rather than focusing on weaker areas.
 This way you will save your time and energy.
 Also, there is a higher chance of scoring good marks if there is a minimum negative marking.

 Don’t Over Attempt:


 Students need to keep in mind that the number of correct answers has more weightage than the number of attempted questions.
 Also, you must attempt only those questions which you are confident about.
 Solving extra questions only increases the chances of negative marking.
 Skipping the questions which seem too difficult will be a smart move to save time and it’ll also help you to dedicate more time to solve easier questions.

 Time management:

 After attempting the exam it is important to revise the attempted questions in order to locate possible errors.
 So, good time management will help you to save 15 min out of 3 hours to facilitate revision.
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Some Numerical Value Type Questions in JEE Main Physics
Given below are some numerical value questions which have been provided in the official sample questions of JEE Main Physics. These were introduced for the first time in the JEE Main Physics section in 2020.
Q1. A particle moves in the xy plane under the influence of a force such that the linear momentum is P(t) = A [ î cos kt – ĵ sin kt ] Where A and k are constants. The angle in degrees between force and momentum is_________.
Ans. 90
Q2. A power line lies along the eastwest direction and carries a current of 10 A. The force per meter due to the earth’s magnetic field of 104 T is 10X N/m. The value of x is_____________.
Ans. 3
Q3. Light of wavelength 0.6 mm from a sodium lamp falls on a photocell and causes the emission of photoelectrons for which the stopping potential is 0.5 V. With the light of wavelength 0.4 mm from a mercury lamp the stopping potential is 1.5 V. Then, the work function in eV of the photocell surface is____________.
Ans. 1.5
These questions above are just samples taken from the official sample questions provided by NTA. You can also go through past year papers to understand the JEE Main exam pattern. Aspirants can also download the PDF of sample questions on numerical value for JEE Main Physics. As you have reviewed the whole syllabus of JEE Main Physics, you must have understood the topics which are highly important for the exam. JEE Main Physics Kinematics, Optics, Electrostatics are the topscoring chapters for this section. Make sure to give these topics enough time. All the best!
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JEE Main Physics FAQs
Last updated on December 22nd, 2020
Ans: Yes, the JEE Main Physics syllabus 2021 contains topics from class 11th and 12th as well.
Last updated on June 29th, 2021
Ans: JEE Main Physics syllabus has two sections weightage of Section B is 20% whereas SectionA consists of theory having 80% weightage.
Last updated on June 29th, 2021
Ans. Yes, NTA has released the official JEE Main Physics Syllabus. There have been no changes in the syllabus.
Last updated on June 29th, 2021
Ans. Most preferred books – Problems in Physics by AA Pinsky, advanced Physics by Nelkon and Parker, Concepts of Physics Volume 1 and Volume 2 by H.C. Verma and yes don’t forget NCERT books.
Last updated on June 29th, 2021
Ans. No, NTA has not reduced the JEE Main syllabus but has rather changed the exam pattern to help the students whose Class XII syllabus was reduced.
Last updated on June 29th, 2021
Ans. As per the past year trends, the difficulty level of Physics section ranges from moderate to difficult.
JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021 (Updated): Check Latest Pattern, Marking Scheme For B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Planning
Last updated on September 18th, 2021
NTA has revised the JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021. As per latest exam pattern, candidates will now have 10 numericals in each section, out of which, only 5 must be attempted. Total questions in Paper 1 (B.E. / B.Tech) are now increased to 90, but candidates need to attempt only 75 questions. The exam pattern has been revised in order to help the students whose Class XII syllabus has been reduced by the board. Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal also said that questions will be framed in a way to cover the syllabus of boards which have reduced Class XII syllabus as well as those which haven’t reduced the syllabus. A new paper for B.Planning was introduced in 2020 so JEE Main 2021 will also be conducted over 3 papers –
 B.E/B.Tech – Paper 1
 B. Arch – Paper 2A
 B. Planning – Paper 2B
Aspirants can view JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis to know about the questions and paper structure. Students are also advised to go through the syllabus for JEE Main 2021. The details below explain JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021, marking scheme, sectionwise distribution of questions etc.
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JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021 (Updated)
Few changes were introduced by NTA in the exam pattern for JEE Main 2021. The number of Numerical value questions has been increased to 10. However, candidates will have an option of attempting 5 out of the 10 questions. This will be applicable for all 3 papers.
Paper 1 – B.E. / B.Tech Paper Pattern
Subject  Section A  Section B  Marks 
Mathematics  20*  10*  100 
Physics  20*  10*  100 
Chemistry  20*  10*  100 
Total  60  30  300 
Note: In Section B (Numerical value), candidates are required to attempt any 5 questions out of 10 for each subject.
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Marking Scheme at JEE Main 2021
Marking Scheme for MCQs (Section A)  Correct Answer  Four marks (+4) 
Incorrect Answer  Minus one mark (1)  
Unanswered / Marked for Review  No mark (0)  
Marking Scheme for Numerical value questions (Section B)  Correct Answer  Four marks (+4) 
Incorrect Answer  No mark (0)  
Unanswered / Marked for Review  No mark (0) 
With a reduction of around 30% syllabus by CBSE, students were expecting NTA to to reduce the JEE Main 2021 syllabus.
 However, NTA has not officially reduced the syllabus till date but has instead altered the exam pattern
 The JEE Main exam is based on the complete 11th and 12th class syllabus.
 The changes made for JEE Main 2020 September session will be unaltered
 Inclusion of numerical type questions along with MCQs
 B.Planning paper has been separated as Paper 3
 No negative marking for numerical type questions
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Updated JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021: Highlights
Particulars  PAPER 1  PAPER 2A  PAPER 2B 
Programs Offered  B.E./ B.Tech.  B.Arch  B.Planning 
Sections/ Subjects  Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics  Aptitude Test, Mathematics & Drawing  Mathematics, Aptitude Test, Planning based questions 
Type of Questions  MCQs + Numerical Value  MCQs + Numerical Value + Drawing  MCQs + Numerical Value + Planning 
Medium of Exam  English/ Hindi/Other regional languages  English/ Hindi/ Other regional languages  English/ Hindi/ Other regional languages 
Duration of Exam  3 hours  3 hours  3 hours 
Total Questions  90 (75 to attempt)  82 (77 to attempt)  105 (100 to attempt) 
JEE Main Total Marks  300  400  400 
Marking Scheme for MCQs  +4 for correct answers 1 for wrong answers  +4 for correct answers 1 for wrong answers  +4 for correct answers 1 for wrong answers 
Marking Scheme for numerical value questions  +4 for correct answers, no negative marking for wrong answers  +4 for correct answers, no negative marking for wrong answers  +4 for correct answers, no negative marking for wrong answers 
 In 2020, MHRD directed NTA to not announce JEE rankings/scores
 NTA will only announce the percentile scores based on which admissions will be granted in colleges across India.
 However, All India Ranks are still announced for cut off at various colleges.
 The list of All India Ranks will be announced after all the sessions are conducted.
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Mode of Examination
JEE Main 2021 Examination will be conducted in the following mode:
Paper  Mode 
Paper 1 – B.E/ B.Tech  ComputerBased Test (CBT) 
Paper 2 – B.Arch  Mathematics – Computerbased Test 
Aptitude – Computerbased Test  
Drawing Test – Pen and Paper Based test  
Paper 3 – B. Planning  ComputerBased Test (CBT) 
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JEE Main 2021 – Choice of Medium of Question Paper
 In JEE Main 2021, there will be multiple choices of medium of question paper.
 The number of regional languages in which candidates can take the exam have been increased and now the total number of available languages is 13.
S. No.  Language  Exam Centres 
1.  English  All Examination Centres 
2.  Hindi  All Exam Centres in India 
3.  English and Assamese  Exam Centres in Assam 
4.  English and Bengali  Exam Centres in West Bengal, Tripura and Andaman & Nicobar Island 
5.  English and Gujarati  Exam Centres in Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli 
6.  English and Kannada  Exam Centres in Karnataka 
7.  English and Marathi  Exam Centres in Maharashtra 
8.  English and Malayalam  Exam Centres in Kerala and Lakshadweep 
9.  English and Odia  Exam Centres in Odisha 
10.  English and Punjabi  Exam Centres in Punjab, Chandigarh and Delhi 
11.  English and Tamil  Exam Centres in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman & Nicobar Island 
12.  English and Telugu  Exam Centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana 
13.  English and Urdu  All Exam Centres in India 
 Candidates are required to choose the medium at the time of filling the JEE Main 2021 Application Form
Note: For ensuring correctness of the questions, the English version will be taken as final.
JEE Main Exam Pattern: Paper 1 (B.Tech/B.E.)
 Paper1 of JEE Main 2021 will be conducted for admission to undergraduate engineering courses (B.Tech)
 As per the updates, the examination will be a Computer Based Test and will be conducted in online mode
 The paper will have questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics sections
 There will be a total of 60 Multiple Choice Questions and 30 Numerical value questions.
 Each Subject will have 20 MCQs and 10 Numerical Value Questions. Any 5 numerical questions have to be attempted by candidates.
 The duration of the examination will be 180 minutes.
JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 Subjectwise distribution of questions with marks:
SUBJECTS  MAXIMUM QUESTIONS  MAXIMUM MARKS 
Physics  30 (25 to be attempted)  100 
Chemistry  30 (25 to be attempted)  100 
Mathematics  30 (25 to be attempted)  100 
Total  90 questions (75 to be attempted)  300 marks 
Physics SectionWise Exam Pattern
 There will be 20 questions of objective type from Physics in Paper 1
 For each correct answer, 4 marks will be added
 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer
 Any 5 questions must be attempted from 10 Numerical value questions.
 No negative marking for Numerical value questions.
Chemistry SectionWise Exam Pattern
 For Chemistry, there will be mixed questions from Physical, Inorganic, and Organic Chemistry
 There will be a total of 20 Multiple Choice Questions and 10 numerical valuebased questions
 For each correct answer, 4 marks will be added
 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
 No negative marking for Numerical value questions.
Mathematics SectionWise Exam Pattern
 There will be 20 questions of objective type and 10 numerical value questions from Mathematics
 For each correct answer, 4 marks will be added
 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer
 No negative marking for Numerical value questions.
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JEE Main Exam Pattern: Paper 2A (B.Arch)
 Paper2 of JEE Main 2021 will be conducted for admission to undergraduate architecture courses
 It will be a ComputerBased Test and analyses a candidate’s aptitude in Mathematics and Drawing Ability
 Drawing section will be conducted offline in pen and paper mode
 Candidates need to bring essential equipment for the Drawing section on their own
 The paper will consist of a total of 82 questions
 It will include 50 questions for aptitude test, 2 questions for drawing test and 30 questions from mathematics including 10 questions with numerical value answers
 Candidates will be required to attempt 5 out of 10 numerical questions.
 Duration of the examination will be 180 minutes
 The medium of the paper will be English, Hindi and 11 other languages depending on the location of the exam centres
 Each correct answer will carry 4 marks
 Two drawing questions will be of 50 marks each
 One mark will be deducted for each incorrect response except for questions with numerical based values.
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Subjectwise distribution of questions with marks in JEE Main 2021 Paper 2 is given below:
 I – Mathematics – Objective type questions and numerical value questions
 II – Aptitude Test – Objective type questions
 III – Drawing Test – Questions based on drawing
SUBJECTS  MAXIMUM QUESTIONS  MAXIMUM MARKS 
Mathematics  30 (25 to be attempted)  100 
Aptitude Test  50  200 
Drawing  02  100 
Total  82 questions (77 to be attempted)  400 marks 
JEE Main Exam Pattern: Paper 2B (B.Planning)
 Paper2B of JEE Main 2021 will be conducted for admission to undergraduate planning courses
 It will be a Computer Based Test that checks for a candidate’s aptitude in Mathematics and planning
 The paper will consist of a total of 105 questions
 50 questions for aptitude test
 25 questions for planning test
 30 questions from mathematics
 Duration of the examination will be 180 minutes
 The medium of the paper will be in 13 languages.
 Each correct question will carry 4 marks.
 One mark will be deducted for each incorrect response except for questions having numerical values
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Subjectwise distribution of questions with marks in JEE Main 2021 Paper 2B is given below:
SUBJECTS  MAXIMUM QUESTIONS  MAXIMUM MARKS 
Mathematics  30 (25 to be attempted)  100 
Aptitude Test  50  200 
Planning Based  25  100 
Total  105 questions (100 to be attempted)  400 marks 
What if a candidate wants to attempt both Paper 2 and Paper 3?
 JEE Main candidates who wish to attempt both Paper 2 and 3, are allotted a total time of 3 hours 30 minutes
 The total of 210 minutes can be utilised accordingly for 4 sections namely – Mathematics, Aptitude, Planning and Drawing
JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021 for Aptitude and Drawing
The exam pattern for the Aptitude and Drawing section is as follows –
Aptitude
 Aptitude test will contain 50 objective type questions
 4 marks are awarded for every correct answer
 1 mark is deducted from the total score for every incorrect answer
Drawing
 The Drawing Test will consist of 2 questions
 Candidates need to attempt these questions on a separate drawing sheet
 Each question is of maximum 50 marks
 Candidates will be awarded marks as per their work on the drawing sheet
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JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021: Marking Scheme
 JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 will be of 300 marks
 Paper 2 and Paper 3 will be of 400 marks
 Four marks will be awarded for each right answer
 One mark will be deducted for the wrong answer except for the Drawing Test
 Drawing Test will have 2 questions of maximum 50 marks each
 Answering more than one choice will be considered incorrect and marks will be deducted for the same
 For numerical valuebased questions, there will be no negative marking for wrong answers
Sample Questions for New Changes
Below mentioned are a few download links for JEE Main 2021 sample papers. Similar JEE Main Test series can be availed online:
 Sample Numerical Value Questions for Physics – Click here
 Sample Numerical Value Questions for Chemistry – Click here
 Sample Numerical Value Questions for Mathematics – Click here
 Sample Questions for Planning – Click here
JEE Main Exam Pattern: Official Mock Test 2021
 The official mock test link has been activated by NTA.
 Candidates can visit the official website of NTA to register for JEE Main 2021 mock tests.
 JEE Main 2021 participants can attempt these tests from home itself without any registration fee
 NTA has collected questions for mock tests from a large archive of April/September 2020 sessions and old JEE Main Question Papers
JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021: Books for Preparation
Chemistry  Mathematics  Physics 
Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd  Differential Calculus for IITJEE by Amit Agarwal  Mechanics Part1 & 2 by DC Pandey 
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J. D. Lee  Integral Calculus for IITJEE by Amit Agarwal  Understanding Physics for JEE Main & Advanced Waves & Thermodynamics by DC Pandey 
Numerical Chemistry by P Bahadur  Calculus and Analytic Geometry by Thomas and Finney  Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma – Volume 1 and Volume 2 
Textbook of Inorganic Chemistry for Competitions (JEE Main & Advanced) by OP Tandon  Algebra for JEE Main & Advanced by Arihant Publication  Fundamentals of Physics by Resnick and Halliday 
Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by RC Mukherjee  Higher Algebra by Hall & Knight  Problems in Physics by S.S. Krotov 
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Preparation Tips for JEE Main 2021 Based on Revised Exam Pattern
 Compiling of notes: JEE Main 2021 aspirants should note down important points and formulas after finishing every chapter that eases revision and help in faster processing
 Avoid procrastination: Official dates for the next sessions of JEE Main exam 2021 will be announced soon so candidates must not waste any time
 Confidence: Don’t get intimidated by difficult and complex topics and focus on concept learning.
 Time Management: It is an important aspect for JEE Main 2021 Preparations. As class XII examinations have been cancelled by most boards, students have got ample of time so utilise it for preparation of JEE Main 2021.
 Mock Tests and Sample Papers: Practise mock tests and JEE Main 2021 sample papers for better understanding of the JEE Main 2021 Exam Pattern and check time management skills
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How To Boost Preparation For JEE Main 2021?
 JEE Main aspirants are advised to solve maximum question papers to understand the JEE Main 2021 exam pattern
 Try to solve previous year question papers especially JEE Main 2021 February and March session Question Paper to understand the new pattern
 One can also solve mock tests and JEE Main 2021 sample papers
 Candidates can get the best books on JEE Main 2021 Preparation for better results which helps in scoring JEE Main passing marks for JEE Main Cut Off
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Exam Day Instructions for JEE Main 2021
Candidates should keep these instructions in mind while appearing for JEE Main 2021.
 JEE Main 2021 participants should report two hours before the examination schedule to avoid delay in verification formalities
 The exam hall/room registration desk will be closed 30 minutes prior to the examination
 Candidates are not permitted to enter after 9:00 a.m in the first shift and after 2:00 p.m. in the second shift
 Seat with roll number is allocated to every student
 One must occupy the seat allotted to them else their candidature will not be accepted
 A candidate cannot leave the JEE Main exam centre or seat without special permission of the Centre Superintendent or the invigilator before session ends
 Every student must adhere to instructions by the Centre Superintendent/Invigilators
 JEE Main 2021 admit card along with rough sheets must be submitted before leaving the hall
 NTA will not entertain any retest, under any circumstances
 Schedule and test centre will be informed in the JEE Main 2021 Admit Card
 JEE Main applicants must not bring any electronic device or study material to exam hall
 Candidates are required to bring all required stationary for aptitude test
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FAQs on JEE Main Exam Pattern
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Ans: Yes, NTA has introduced some changes in the exam pattern for 2021. 5 extra optional questions have been introduced in the numerical answer based questions.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Ans: There will be a separate paper for B.Planning that will consist of questions from Mathematics, Aptitude based and Planning based. The total marks will be 100 in which 50 marks are for aptitude test.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Ans: Like paper 1 and 2A, paper 2B will also be conducted in online mode for a duration of 180 minutes. The medium of questions will be English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Punjabi, Marathi, Odia, Bengali, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, and Urdu.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Ans: As per the revised JEE Main exam pattern 2021, all three papers of B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Plan. will be of 3 hours duration each. For those candidates who wish to appear for both paper 2 and paper 3, the exam duration will be 3 hours 30 minutes.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Ans: There will be MCQs as well as numerical based questions as per the updated JEE Main exam format. Every correct MCQ will be rewarded 4 points and for every incorrect answer 1 point will be deducted. Unattempted questions will not be marked. There will be no negative marking for numerical based questions while correct numerical questions will be given 4 marks.
Last updated on July 1st, 2021
Ans: NTA has released mock tests for JEE Main 2021 in all the 13 languages. You can find the links to the mock tests on the official website of NTA.
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