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JEE Main 2020 Post Paper Analysis - 7th January, All Shifts


JEE Main 2020 Post Paper Analysis - 7th January, All Shifts

Check JEE Main 2020 exam analysis (7th January 2020, All shifts). Get details on important questions, concepts & topics from which questions have been asked in JEE Main 2020.

By Admin 07th Jan, 2020 07:30 pm

JEE Main 2020 (Morning shift)

The first-ever computer-based exam of JEE Main 2020 ( was conducted successfully by the National Testing Agency on 7 January 2020. Aspirants from across the country appeared for the JEE Main morning batch of the examination. Based on our reports, here are a few highlights of the paper:

  • Out of the three sections (JEE Main Physics, JEE Main Mathematics and JEE Main Chemistry), the Mathematics section was the toughest and the most time-consuming.
  • Questions in Physics were mostly based on Thermodynamics and seemed tricky.
  • Chemistry was the easiest of all the three sections, with a majority of questions from Organic Chemistry.


Difficulty level of JEE Main Exam 2020 (Morning shift):

JEE Main Subject

Difficulty Level




Moderate to difficult


Difficult and time-consuming


JEE Main 2020 (Evening shift):

The evening batch of the computer-based JEE MAIN 2020 conducted by the National Testing Agency on  7th of January 2020, maintained a similar pattern in the difficulty level as it did in the morning batch. The students who sat for the evening batch called the overall experience of the examination moderately-difficult. So, without much ado, let us discuss the highlights of the evening paper pattern:

  • Just like the questions in the morning shift, the evening shift questions of JEE Main Mathematics were tedious and complicated. Since there is no negative marking in this section, it allowed the students to attempt all the questions.
  • JEE Main Physics saw a lot of questions from chapters like heat, thermodynamics, electrostatic and current electricity. Most of the questions were concept based and felt slightly difficult as well.
  • JEE Main Chemistry was a breeze in the evening shift too and most of the questions were straight from NCERT books.


Difficulty Level of JEE Main Exam 2020 (evening shift):

JEE Main Subject

Difficulty Level




Moderate-difficult and conceptual


moderate and time consuming

The questions were predictable in both the shifts from
JEE Main previous years question papers. Most of the JEE Main syllabus 2020 was covered.

Students who are yet to appear for this year’s JEE Main 2020 Exam can attempt our JEE Main mock test, which is based on the latest JEE Main paper pattern.

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