JEE Main Exam Analysis 2023: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has successfully conducted Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 Session 1, shift 1 exam today - January 24 at 12 PM. As per the JEE Main exam date, on the first day of JEE Main, the Engineering paper (BE/BTech - paper 1) was held in two shifts - from 9 am to 12 pm and from 3 to 6 pm.
According to the feedback taken from the candidates who appeared for JEE Main 2023 exam, shift 1, the overall difficulty level of the exam was easy. Physics and Chemistry papers were found to be easy to moderate. However, the JEE Main Mathematics paper was lengthy and difficult.
In this article, we have shared the JEE Main analysis for shift 1 which was held from 9 AM to 12 Noon. Knowing about the JEE Main paper review gives you knowledge about the questions asked, the difficulty level, the questions asked along with topic-wise weightage of questions. Knowing about the paper review is useful for candidates who are aspiring to crack the JEE Main exam. Check JEE Main exam analysis for 24 January session 1 here.
JEE Main Analysis 2023, 24 January, Shift 1
NTA has successfully completed JEE Main 2023 exam for 24 January 2023, session 1. The overall JEE Main paper 1 was easy. Below you can check out the JEE Main paper review, shift 1.
- As per the inputs based on memory-based of the students, the JEE Main Physics section was the toughest to attempt as compared to Mathematics and Chemistry.
- JEE Main Mathematics paper was lengthy. Integration, sets, and statistics had high weightage.
- JEE Main Chemistry paper had more questions from organic chemistry and most of them were from NCERT book.
- Physical organic chemistry had more of numerical-based questions.
- Physics paper was the easiest of al. One question was based on semiconductors.
JEE Main 2023 Subject-Wise Exam Analysis
As per Saurabh Kumar, Chief Academics Officer (CAO), Vidyamandir Classes (VMC), in the morning shift of JEE Main 2023 session 1, the Mathematics section was lengthy and difficult. The math section was difficult compared to the other two sections, the overall difficulty level of the paper was the same as last year.
- In the Maths section, questions were asked from Conic Sections, Vector 3D and Integration.
- In Physics, many questions were asked about Thermodynamics, semiconductors and Kinematics.
- In Chemistry, questions were asked from NCERT physical, organic chemistry, inorganic and physical were normal.
JEE Main Analysis, 23 January 2023 Memory Based Questions
We have provided to you the questions asked in today's JEE Main exam. The following are the JEE Main memory based questions asked on 24 January 2023.
- The kinetic energy of a particle is 1000 joule with the mass 2 kg. Find the momentum for the particle?
- If equation of wave is given by y = 0.05 sin (2x – 4t). Find velocity of wave?
- In a hydrogen atom first line wavelength of paschen series is = 720 nm. Find out second line wavelength of same series?
- Two charges q1 & q2 are placed in a di-electric medium 'K' at a separation d and resultant force on any charge is F0. If both are placed in air, then what should be the separation between them so that they experience same force?
- Graph of X-ray frequency (V) n v/s atomic number (Z) is linear. Find the value of n.
- The wavelength of first line of paschen series is 720 nm, then calculate wavelength of second line of paschen series ?
JEE Main 2023 Analysis, 24 January, Shift 2
NTA has successfully completed conducting JEE Main shift 2 for 24 January. The JEE Main 2nd shift began at 3 PM and concluded at 6 PM. The overall difficulty level of JEE Main exam for shift 2, 24 January was easy to moderate. You can check the detailed JEE Main exam analysis 24 January, 2nd shift here.REGISTER FOR RESULTS UPDATES