JEE Main 23rd June 2022 Question Paper Analysis – The analysis and review of shift 1 and shift 2 for JEE Main 2022 question paper held on 23 June 2022, Thursday, is out. NTA held the first day exam of JEE Main 2022 session 1 on June 23, today. Both shifts were for Paper 2A and Paper 2B. There were questions on mathematics, aptitude test, drawing tes, planning questions. All papers were easy to moderate, as per student reactions and teachers. Most students who appeared in JEE Main paper 2 in session 1 had also appeared in NATA, and found paper 2 moderately difficult only. We have also provided question paper with answer key and solutions for JEE Mains 23 June exam.
Latest – JEE Main 23 June Question Paper Analysis of Shift 1 and Shift 2 are out. Scroll down for complete review.
JEE Main 23 June 2022 Question Paper Analysis
Here is the JEE Main 2022 analysis for 23 June exam. This is based on students reactions, expert analysis and subject matter expert review.
JEE Main 23 June 2022 Shift 2 Review
The analysis and review of JEE Mains 23rd June 2nd Shift is as follows.
Overall difficulty level: Easy-Moderate.
Part I Mathematics Analysis – Most students found maths to be relatively easy in the second shift of first day.
Part II Aptitude Test Analysis – Questions in aptitude portion were general knowledge and miscellanous based. They were easy if preparation was done well for JEE paper 2 and NATA.
Part III Drawing Test Analysis – Questions were as expected, there were no surprises. Anyone who has practiced past year JEE Main drawing questions could do it well.
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JEE Main 23 June Shift 2 Question Paper with Answer Key
|JEE Main 23 June Analysis|
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Types of questions asked
- Differential Equations
- Matrices and Determinants
- Integration and Differentiation
- A lot of questions were on top view, front view, side view
- There were questions with 3D image, students had to count total surfaces
- Then there were questions on Surface, Area, Volume
GK questions (in Aptitude Test):
- Books, authors, names
- Color theory
Were questions repeated from previous year?
Questions were not repeated. However type of questions were repeated.
JEE Main 23 June 2022 Shift 1 Review
The analysis and review of JEE Mains 23rd June 1st Shift is as follows.
Overall difficulty level: Moderate.
Part I Mathematics Analysis – As expected, maths was the toughest of the three sections. However, the overall level of the section was moderate.
Part II Aptitude Test Analysis – This paper was also easy-moderate in difficulty level. Most students who appeared in the exam found it to be scoring.
Part III Drawing Test Analysis – The questions were as expected, and could be attempted well in the given time.
Types of questions asked
Mathematics – In shift 1, questions were asked from following topics:
- Complex Number
Drawing Test – In shift 1, the questions asked were as follows:
- Qs. There was a question on a portrait of a woman.
- Qs. One question was on a holi scene. You have to draw a scene of the festival holi.
- Qs. Draw an aesthetic composition using triangle and rectangle. Color this composition using cool colors.
Important Note – Only B.Arch and B.Planning exams were held today. Paper 1 was NOT HELD.
Qs. How difficult were JEE Mains 23 June 2022 shift 1 and shift 2 exams?
Ans. You can read the complete review and analysis here to understand the difficulty level.
Qs. Which was the toughest shift in JEE Mains 23 June 2022?
Ans. NTA has taken steps to ensure that both shifts of JEEMains held on 23 June 2022, day 1, were similar. However, even if one shift of 23 June exam was tougher, there will be normalization to ensure that that does not impact JEE Main result 2022.
Qs. How does review of today’s JEE Main 2022 question paper of 23 June help?
Ans. Over 11 lakh students appearing in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains get help from the 23 June exam review. This is because for this national level engineering entrance exam, the review tells types of questions asked, difficulty level, expected cut offs. Those who appeared in 23 June shift 1 or shift 2 can analyze their performance on its basic. And those who will appear in 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 June or JEE Main 2022 session 2 can prepare with it.
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