Today, 25th January 2023, witnessed the second day of JEE Main Session 1 paper. NTA conducted the exam in two shifts, each of three hours. The shift I or morning shift timings were from 9 AM to 12 PM, while the evening shift or shift II timings were from 3 PM to 6 PM. The gateway to B. Tech. in prestigious IITs and NITs asks 90 questions with positive and negative marking schemes. Each question carries four marks for a correct answer, while an incorrect answer leads to a deduction of one mark. Unattempted questions do not account for the deduction of marks.

Questions belong to the three core subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. There are multiple-choice questions, where one correct option has to be chosen from four options, and numerical-type questions, where a number needs to be entered indicating the correct answer. The mode of examination for the paper I is online, where students reach the center and use the provided computer and internet to answer the questions.

1st Shift, 25th January 2023: Major Highlights

The student reviews for the JEE Main 25th January 2023 Shift 1 exam are listed here to help the preparation of remaining students interested in the examination:

The paper was considered moderately difficult, considering the combination of all three subjects.

Similar to yesterday, questions from Mathematics were found to be lengthy and required clarity of concepts.

The Mathematics section was more inclined towards the Class 11 syllabus.

The two marks questions in Physics were from every topic of 11 and 12, thus evenly covering the syllabus.

The formula-based Physics part countered the tough Mathematics section.

Chemistry was moderately difficult, with a heavy focus on Organic Chemistry and p-block in Inorganic Chemistry.

Today’s Chemistry section was not linked directly to NCERT compared to yesterday.

All three parts witnessed questions from assertion and reasoning.

JEE Main 25th January 2023 Shift 1 Question Paper Analysis

The following 25th January 2023 Shift 1 paper analysis is based on experts’ and students’ feedback.

Particulars

Mathematics

Chemistry

Physics

Difficulty level

Moderate to Difficult

Moderate

Easy to moderate

Key points

Questions were lengthy and required concept clarity.

Frequently witnessed topics were:

Vector Algebra and 3D Geometry

Variants

Statistics and Integration

Sequence Series

Permutations and Combinations

Mathematical Reasoning

Straight line and hyperbola

Most of the questions asked were from:

Inorganic, Physical, and Organic Chemistry

p- and s-block

Biomolecules

The NAT section was more focused on Physical Chemistry.

Reaction-based questions were from Organic Chemistry.

Although the questions were evenly distributed, more questions were:

Electricity

Modern Physics

Electromagnetic Waves

Gravitation

Semiconductors.

There were formula-based numerical answer-type questions.

Overall: The paper was moderately difficult. Mathematics required more practice and understanding, while Physics could be easily answered.

2nd shift, 25th January 2023: Major Highlights

Unlike Shift I, the Chemistry section was NCERT based on this paper.

Similar to the previous three papers, Mathematics was relatively easy compared to previous shifts.

JEE Main 25th January 2023 Shift 2 Question Paper Analysis

Here is a complete 25th January 2023 Shift 2 paper analysis based on experts’ and students’ feedback.

Particulars

Mathematics

Chemistry

Physics

Difficulty level

Easy to Moderate

Moderate

Easy to Moderate

Key points

High-weightage topics were:

Mathematics reasoning

Vectors and 3D

Integration

Formula-based NCERT questions were asked from Physical Chemistry.

More questions were seen from topics:

Biomolecules

Polymers

Chemistry in everyday life

NAT questions were comparatively easier.

Commonly asked questions were from topics:

Electrostatics

Semiconductors

Modern Physics

Overall: The paper was moderately difficult, with all three sections being easier. However, Mathematics was time-consuming.

The question paper and official answer key will soon be available for JEE Main 2023, held on 25th January. TopperLearning helps students achieve their IIT dream by providing the best study resources to crack JEE exams. With unlimited practice and revision, an IIT aspirant can surely fulfil his/her dreams.

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