JEE Main 2 Sep 2020 Analysis – JEE Main 2020 Day 2 exam is over. In shift 1 Physics was the toughest whereas Maths was the toughest in Shift 2. In shift 1, Chemistry was easy and Maths moderate. But in shift 2 both Chemistry and Maths were moderate in difficulty level. The paper this time was easier than the January exam as per many students. Students said that SOPs at the centers were well maintained. Check more details on JEE Main 2 Sep 2020 analysis from this page below.
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JEE Main 2 Sep 2020 Analysis
746115 candidates have applied for JEE Main B.Tech 2020. All of these candidates have been accommodated in 605 exam centers across the nation at 08 cities abroad. The combined result and rank for JEE Main Jan and Sep are expected to be out on 11 September 2020.
Exam: JEE Main 2020 B.E / B.Tech
For: Admission in B.E / B.Tech courses
Shift 1 time: 9 AM to 12:00 Noon
Shift 2 time: 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
JEE Main 02 Sep 2020 Analysis for Shift 2
Attendance shortage: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that 75% of the state’s candidates could not take JEE Main 2020. Check here
JEE Main 2020 shift 2 of Sep 2, 2020 is now over, analysis will be available soon.
|Maths||Tough and lengthy|
|Overall||Moderate to difficult|
COVID-19 SOP at JEE Main 2020 Centers – Highly impressive as per most of the students across most of the centers. 👍 However, some students had difficulty in traveling and reaching the centers. Inside the center, the SOPs were maintained. People were not taking precautions outside the center gates.
Students reveal: Students say postponing the exam would not have made any difference. We were ready for the exam as we are doing so for the past 2 years. Most students say that they wanted to give the exam, it was good that it happened. Postponing the exams further would have stretched the matter more and we would have faced much more panic and fear.
Initial Reaction of Students:
- The chemistry questions were all NCERT based.
- More questions came from class 12 than from class 11 in Physics. There were many calculation based questions.
- In Maths 2-3 questions came from Vector, 3 questions were from conics, there were questions from trigonometry, statistics, functions, matrices, mathematical reasoning.
- Physics had mostly formula-based questions.
- In Chemistry, most questions were from Physical Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry was very easy.
JEE Main 02 Sep 2020 Analysis for Shift 1
|Maths||Moderate and lengthy|
Good attempts as per the experts:
|Subject||No. of questions||Good attempts|
|Maths||25||14 – 16|
|Physics||25||15 – 17|
|Overall||75||42 – 47|
Some of the questions asked in the exam are:
Which is the following is solid sol?
C) Gen stone
Which property has different order with respect to others?
(1) Atomic radius (2) Electromagnetically (3) Ionisation energy (4)Electron-gain enthalpy
Section wise analysis:
- Chemistry: 1 question was asked from organic chemistry and 1 from inorganic chemistry. From physical chemistry new type of question was asked. 12 questions can from class 11 and 13 questions from class 12. The overall difficulty was moderate. The candidates who have sound knowledge of NCERT can do this section easily and score well. Chemistry section was totally NCERT based.
- Maths: 10 questions from class 11 and from class 12 there were 15 questions. 5 questions were asked from algebra, 2 from trigonometry, 6 questions from coordinate geometry, 5 questions came from calculus, 4 questions from differential calculus, 1 question from complex number, 2 questions from sequence and series, and 3 questions from vector and 3d.
- Physics: Almost 10 questions from class 11 and from class 12 there were 15 questions. 7 questions came from mechanics, 4 questions came from thermodynamics, 3 from optics, 3 from modern physics, 1 question came from general physics, 1 from semiconductors and 6 questions came from electromagnetism.
Initial Reaction of Students:
- Students are really happy with hygiene and SOPs at the center.
- Sanitisation was done properly inside the centers, and social distancing was maintained.
- SOPs were all maintained. Students said they felt safe inside the centers.
- Talking about the numerical value type questions, then these questions were most difficult in physics, moderate in Chemistry, and simple in Maths.
- The weightage of class 11 and 12 syllabus was equal.
- Most of the questions were Numerical based in Physics.
- Chemistry has theoretical questions mostly.
Attendance shortage seen: In Day 1 and even in shift 1 of day 2 attendance shortage of up to 50% is seen in many centers.
JEE Main 2020 Second Attempt Details
Candidates can check below some important facts and figures related to the exam as released by NTA from below:
- BE/BTech paper is being held across 605 Centres
- B Arch paper is being held at 489 Centres
- B Planning paper is being held at 224 Centres
JEE Main 2020 Exam Pattern
You can check below the exam pattern of JEE Main for all the 3 papers:
Mode: The exam is being held in CBT mode
Language: The question paper of JEE Main 2020 is made available in Hindi, English, and Gujarati (only for centers in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli).
Duration: Candidates get 3 hours to complete the exam
Marking scheme: The marking scheme is given below
- For every correct answer, candidates get 4 marks
- No negative marking in numerical type questions.
- 1 mark shall be deducted for wrong answer in MCQ question.
- 1 mark shall be deducted for choosing multiple answers for MCQ question.
Number of question and marks on JEE Main B.Arch exam
|Sections||Number of Questions||Marks|
|Mathematics – Part I||20 MCQ|
|Aptitude Test – Part 2||50 MCQs||200|
|Drawing Test – Part 3||2||100|
Number of question and marks on JEE Main B.Plan exam
|Sections||Number of Questions||Marks|
|Aptitude Test||50 MCQ||200|
|Planning Based Question||25||100|
JEE Main 2020 Answer Key
On the day of the examination, various coaching institutes releases memory based questions and answer key for JEE Main exam. It is released as pdf and is prepared on the basis of questions informed by the candidates to the coaching institutes.
NTA releases the official answer key of JEE Main 2020 on the official website. Candidates can download it for their question paper and session from the login by entering the application number and date of birth / password.
- Candidates can challenge official answer key of JEE Main 2020 by paying Rs. 1000 per challenge.
NTA checks all the representations send against the answer key. The valid representations are considered and as per it, changes are made in the final answer key. The result of the exam is calculated on the basis of the final answer key of JEE Main. It is released after the announcement of the result.
JEE Main 2020 Result
The result of JEE Main 2020 is only released online, on jeemain.nta.nic.in, under the logins of the candidates. JEE Main scorecard is released separately for 1st and 2nd attempt of the exam. It is released for individual candidates, at the login. It contains details of the candidate with NTA score and cut off. The rank of JEE Main is only announced after the 2nd attempt for the exam is over. It is prepared on the basis of the best NTA score out both the attempts. However, candidates who appear for only 1 exam of JEE get AIR on the basis of the NTA score for that attempt only.
About JEE Main 2020
National Testing Agency is the conducting body of JEE Main 2020. The exam is being held in 2 shifts each day. JEE Main 2020 is a national level engineering entrance exam in which around 11 lakh candidates appear for admission in B.E / B.Tech, B.Arch, and B.Plan courses in the IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc. The exam is held in the online mode and for 3 hours. There are MCQ and numerical answer type questions in the exam. The JEE Main 2020 qualified candidates can then appear for JoSAA counselling for admission in NITs, CFTIs and IIITs. For admission in IITs, the top 2.5 lakh candidates have to appear for JEE Advanced 2020.
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