JEE Mains 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: Students find Mathematics paper hard and lengthy – education

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Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2020 Paper 1 used to be conducted on Wednesday. First shift of the exam concluded at 12 midday. The second one shift will be held from 3pm to 6pm. The JEE Mains 2020 will continue till September 6. The exam used to be conducted following all of the precautionary measures including social distancing, use of mask and sanitisers. Temperature of students used to be checked before they entered the exam corridor.

•Part-I- Physics with complete 25 questions – Sec-I had 20 More than one choice questions with Unmarried right answers & Sec-II had 5 Numerical based questions. Marking scheme for a couple of choice questions used to be +4 for right response, -1 for improper response, 0 whether not attempted. Marking scheme for numerical based questions used to be +4 for right response and 0 in all other cases.

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•Part-II- Chemistry with complete 25 questions – Sec-I had 20 More than one choice questions with Unmarried right answers & Sec-II had 5 Numerical based questions. Marking scheme for a couple of choice questions used to be +4 for right response, -1 for improper response, 0 whether not attempted. Marking scheme for numerical based questions used to be +4 for right response and 0 in all other cases.

•Part-III- Mathematics with complete 25 questions – Sec-I had 20 More than one choice questions with Unmarried right answers & Sec-II had 5 Numerical based questions. Marking scheme for a couple of choice questions used to be +4 for right response, -1 for improper response, 0 whether not attempted. Marking scheme for numerical based questions used to be +4 for right response and 0 in all other cases

The weightage of questions used to be more from XIth Class as in comparison to XIIth Class in all three subjects Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

Subject wise level of difficultly as per feedback from students.

•Mathematics – Moderate level. Some questions involved lengthy calculations. Questions were mostly from chapters of Algebra & Coordinate geometry. Surprisingly there were less questions from Calculus as reported by students.

•Physics – Easy to Moderate level. Students reported Numerical Based questions as lengthy. Questions were of mixed concept kind. In Physics, Numerical Based were easier in comparison to MCQ based questions.

•Chemistry – Easy. Some questions were directly NCERT based specially chapters in inorganic Chemistry. Students felt Class XI topics had more weightage. More fact-based questions so there were less calculation-based questions. Less questions from Biological chemistry.

Relating to order of Difficulty – Mathematics used to be the toughest and Chemistry used to be the very best. This paper used to be of Easy to Moderate level as per students.

Overall, the JEE Main (Paper-1) used to be easier in comparison to January session as per students.

Students were provided plain papers for rough work.

There used to be tight invigilation as per students.

No errors were reported in the question papers.

The students were made to leave in lots after 12:00 midday. Proper social distancing used to be followed at the exam centre.

(The creator Ramesh Batlish is Head of FIITJEE Noida. HT does not take responsibility for any decision taken on basis of this analysis)

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