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JEE Main 2020 Post Paper Analysis - 9th January, All Shifts

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JEE Main 2020 Post Paper Analysis - 9th January, All Shifts

Check JEE Main 2020 exam analysis (9th January 2020, All shifts). Get details on important questions, concepts & topics from which questions have been asked in JEE Main 2020.

By Topperlearning Expert 09th Jan, 2020 06:52 pm

JEE Main 2020 (Morning Shift)

Students who answered JEE Main Exam 2020 (Morning Shift) today, 9 January, described the paper pattern as moderately difficult. We at TopperLearning have observed that the difficulty level of all the question papers so far have been moderately difficult.

Moving on to the difficulty level of questions in today’s morning shift, JEE Main Maths turned out to be less difficult this time. But, just like yesterday’s evening batch paper, most questions were from Conic Sections. While questions in the JEE Main Physics section turned out to be difficult and tricky, the questions in the JEE Main Chemistry section were relatively easy. We noticed that many questions were based on concepts in the NCERT books, with equal weightage given to both Class 11 and 12 books. Overall, the paper was well-balanced.

The table below gives a brief overview of the difficulty level of each section from the JEE Main Exam 2020:

JEE Main Subject

Difficulty Level

Chemistry

Easy

Physics

Difficult yet conceptual and tricky

Maths

Moderate

 

JEE Main 2020 (Evening Shift)

The last batch of the January JEE Main Exam 2020 (Evening Shift) also faced a moderately difficult question paper. The question paper pattern was somewhat similar to the morning batch and was a well-balanced question paper. The Maths section was moderately difficult but was lengthy, and like the previous paper, most questions were from Conic Sections. Questions in Physics were conceptual yet difficult, but the Chemistry section was easy with questions based on Inorganic Chemistry. In this paper too, most questions were based on concepts in the NCERT books.

Let’s look at the tabular representation of our JEE Main post paper analysis.

JEE Main Subject

Difficulty Level

Chemistry

Easy

Physics

Difficult and conceptual

Maths

Moderate and lengthy

 

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

The evening batch concludes the JEE Main Exam 2020 and our daily post paper analysis. With this, the National Testing Agency also concludes the first round of JEE Main 2020 for this year.

Check our JEE Main 2020 Post Paper Analyses of 7th January (All Shifts) and 8th January (All Shifts) and get an insight on the paper pattern.

Students who will appear for this year’s April attempt 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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