JEE Main third session (Day 2) Paper Analysis
The second day of JEE Main 2021 Third Session was conducted only between 3 p.m. – 6 p.m., which means the exam was only in shift 2 on 22nd July 2021. The third session exams started on 20th July 2021. The dates of the third session of JEE Main are – July 20, 22, 25 and 27, 2021. According to National Testing Agency (NTA), around 7 lakh students registered for the JEE Main Third Session this year.
To avoid the spread of COVID-19, NTA has increased the JEE Main for Third Session exam cities from 232 to 334. Along with this, the number of JEE Mains 2021 exam centers in every shift are increased from 660 to 828.
Day 2 Paper Analysis
In the second shift, according to students math’s part was lengthy but it was considered easy. In the math section, major questions were from Vectors and its weightage was also more compared to other topics so go through this topic thoroughly. There were one – one questions from statistics and mathematical reasoning. There were no questions from Principles of Mathematical Induction and Relations. Vector 3D and Matrices and determinants have considerable weightage.
In physics, the numerical part was very time-consuming but was of a moderate level. Inorganic chemistry, questions were NCERT based and mainly from polymer and environmental science chapters. Physical chemistry questions were also from the book, overall we can say the Chemistry part was completely NCERT based. Students were able to complete Chemistry in 30-35 minutes.
Physical chemistry questions were mainly in part 2 which is the numerical part so this was an advantage for students who were weak in physical as they can choose any 5 out of 10 questions.
Major questions from organic and inorganic chemistry were observed in the MCQ section of the paper.
In Physical chemistry, some questions were from equilibrium, KP, KC calculations, thermos dynamics, thermochemistry questions were also there.
If you want to ace the chemistry section of JEE Mains you just (just in case definition) need to follow the NCERT book.
Analysis as per experts or teachers
The physics portion was not considered tough, although the questions were quite lengthy. But they were completely formula-based and direct questions. Math’s section was easy compared to the previous shift and the chemistry section was completely NCERT based. Students should definitely solve the previous year’s question papers and go thoroughly through the NCERT book to ace the JEE Main exam.
Tips for Students who will appear for JEE Main soon
The students who are going to appear for JEE Main Third Session on 25th July or 27th July must prepare these topics:
- Environmental Chemistry
- Practical Organic Chemistry
- Zener Diode
- Electromagnetic waves
- Magnetic Properties of Matter
The JEE (Main) 2021 session 4 will now be held on August 26, 27, 31, and September 1-2. All the best to all students!