Around 7.09 lakh candidates have registered for Session 3 of JEE Main 2021. The exam is being conducted by NTA at 828 Centre’s located in 334 cities.
Session 3 of JEE Main 2021 is scheduled to be conducted in Computer Based Mode on July 20, 22, 25 and 27. Multiple shifts have already been conducted on July 20 and 22nd. The Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has also informed that Session 4 is further postponed until late August. It will now be conducted on 26, 27, 31 August and 1 September.
JEE Main July 20 Analysis of B. Tech Paper
NTA has successfully conducted the exam in 2 sessions each on July 20 and 22. Some students considered the exam on July 20 to be easier than the March session. Physics was considered to be the easiest section amongst the 3 sections while Chemistry and Mathematics were moderately difficult. The overall difficulty level of the exam can be classified as moderate.
JEE Main July 22 Analysis of B. Tech Paper
The July 22 exam was also considered to be moderate by the students. The Physics section had most questions based on calculations while the Mathematics section was too lengthy but not very difficult. The Chemistry section was based on NCERT and was easy to attempt with numerical based questions being asked from Physical Chemistry.
Answer Key To Be Released Soon
JEE Main answer key for the exams conducted on July 20 and 22 will be soon released by NTA on the official website. Candidates can challenge the provisional answer key by paying a fee within the stipulated timeline.
Candidates who wish to appear for JEE Main as well as CLAT should visit the Consortium of National Law Universities website – consortiumofnlus.ac.in in order to request a change in their CLAT exam date as CLAT is also scheduled to be conducted on July 23 in offline mode.