Last updated on September 3rd, 2020 at 07:05 pm
The day 3 of JEE Main 2020 has concluded. Students can check the exam analysis of the 1st and 2nd shift of the B.Tech paper. Based on this paper analysis, students can prepare for coming shifts accordingly.
Students’ Reactions and Experts Analysis will also be available for Day 4 in a detailed JEE Main Paper Analysis.
NTA has been conducting JEE Main 2020 as per the COVID-19 Safety Protocols at all exam centres. Soon after the exams are concluded on 6th September, NTA will release the JEE Main Answer Keys (Provisional) for students to check their scores.
JEE Main Day 3 Shift 2 Concluded – B.Tech Paper Analysis
The shift 2 of JEE Main Day 3 has concluded and the exam was successfully conducted by NTA. There were no reports of glitches at exam centres.
- Overall the exam was moderate to difficult for this shift.
- Mathematics section was moderate and lengthy. Questions were asked from vectors and calculus.
- Physics was toughest, with very tricky numerical value questions. A few hard questions were asked from Kinematics and Thermodynamics.
- Chemistry was easy for a large number of candidates. Questions were asked directly from NCERT textbooks.
- A few questions were also of a similar pattern as last year.
Students’ Reactions on Day 3 Slot 2 of JEE Main (Paper 1)
Many students have reported improper management at exam centres with no social distancing. This could risk a high spread of COVID-19 at exam centres.
Gave my #JEEMain today,
Gloves were not provided and there was crowding outside the center as well.
Not really surprised by the poor conduct of exams. 😔
I can only imagine what chaos will ensue when 17 lakh students all gather on a single day.@LicypriyaK @Swamy39 pic.twitter.com/09npnRnSgV
— Suraj Das (@SurajDa38564157) September 3, 2020
On the other hand, few students also reported that authority was able to conduct the exam with proper guidelines and complete social distancing even outside the exam halls.
Hats off to NTA
Great achievement for following perfect SOP during JEE MAINS II
at Solapur ( Sinhgadh Campus).
Also congratulations to helping staff of Sinhgadh Institute #JEEMain#HRDMinistry #RameshPokhriyalNishank#PMOfIndia#CMOMaharashtra#Devendrafadnavis pic.twitter.com/paRnxaUgz1
— Abhijit khupsangikar (@AKhupsangikar) September 3, 2020
JEE Main Day 3 Shift 1 Concluded – B.Tech Paper Analysis
Students have started giving their feedback on 1st Shift of Day 3. Given below are some points-
- The exam difficulty level was moderate.
- Most of the students faced difficulty in the Physics section. It was moderate to difficult compared to Slot 2 of Day 2.
- Mathematics was toughest, as against expectations from previous shifts. Although, it was easier than Jan 2020 session.
- The chemistry was also easy to moderate. So far, the Chemistry section has been easy in all past shifts.
JEE Main Day 3, Slot 1 Analysis by Experts
According to the head of FIITJEE, Ramesh Batlish, the question paper of Slot 1 was much easier than the January 2020 session. He said, “Candidates faced troubles while solving Maths section. Chemistry section had an equivalent weightage from all main topics. It was easier than expected. Physics was moderate but everyone had issues due to lengthy numerical.”
From Aakash Institute, Ajay Kumar also had a similar opinion. He said, “Both Maths and Physics were tricky and had long numerical questions. Chemistry had only fact-based questions, which took seconds to solve. The JEE Main Cut Off can go around 80 to 90, similar to the previous session.”
Students’ Reactions on Day 3 Slot 1 of JEE Main (Paper 1)
Nehal Saxena, a student appearing for Slot 1, said that according to her 60% questions were from Class 11th topics. She added, “Numerical based questions were very lengthy. While other questions were direct knowledge-based. I felt Maths very tough, and Physics moderate.”
Another aspirant Sahil said, “I took the January 2020 session too. This exam was easier than the January session. Although, all three sections were a bit longer than I expected. I think cut off can go around 85 to 90 for this session.”
JEE Main September Session Exam Analysis
|Exam Dates||JEE Main Overall Paper Analysis|
|September 1, 2020||–Shift 1 and Shift 2 Analysis
|September 2, 2020||Shift 1 and Shift 2 Analysis + Student Reactions|
|September 3, 2020||Shift 1 and Shift 2 Analysis + Expert Analysis (Available Above)|
|September 4, 2020||Available Soon|
|September 5, 2020||Available Soon|
|September 6, 2020||Available Soon|
Even though NTA has assured complete safety and exam guidelines to prevent COVID-19, students have been skipping JEE Main 2020. Centre Coordinators from various states have reported a low attendance in the past 2 days of JEE Main 2020. Check State-wise Statistics