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JEE Main 2022 Analysis & Cutoff by Aakash Institute - Aakash Institute has released the JEE Main analysis 2022 for July 27 shift 1, July 26 and July 25 exam. As per the experts, JEE Main July 27 shift 1 exam was moderate in difficulty level. The JEE Main 2022 analysis by Aakash Institute will be available for all shifts here. Candidates appearing for the Joint Entrance Examination Main 2022 Exam are advised to check the cutoff to access their performance in the JEE Main 2022 exam.

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JEE Main 2022 Analysis by Aakash Institute

Candidates can check the JEE Main 2022 exam analysis by Aakash Institute for all the sessions here. JEE Main 2022 question paper analysis by Aakash Institute for sessions 1 and 2 are updated here. The Aakash JEE Main analysis 2022 is prepared by the subject experts on the basis of feedback provided by the students about the exam. However, the exam is yet to be conducted, so candidates can take a look at the previous year's analysis done by Aakash institute.

JEE Main 2022 Session 2 Exam Analysis

JEE Main 2022 July 27 Shift 1 exam analysis by Akash + BYJU's

A majority view of the paper was that of a moderate difficulty level. Topic coverage in all three subjects was judicious. The paper contained some good questions. A detailed analysis of the paper is given below.

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Mathematics

For a large section of students, the Mathematics part was moderate. AS anticipated, some questions involved lengthy calculations. There were not less than 8 questions from calculus, not less than 7 questions from Algebra and 3 to 4 questions from Vectors and 3 Dimensional and4 questions were from Coordinate Geometry and trigonometry too found a place in this section Regular practice and solving mock tests would be of great help in scoring good in these types of papers.

Physics

For many students, the Physics paper was on expected lines as many students found it to be easy. Questions were asked from all the prominent chapters - 2 questions from Optics, not less than 5 questions from Mechanics, 2 or 3 questions from Thermodynamics and one each from communication systems, experimental physics and units and measurements among others are worth mentioning .6 questions were asked from electricity and magnetics. Questions about waves and oscillations and modern physics were also asked. As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula-based questions. Practising a sufficient number of similar tests would keep students in good stead.

Chemistry

This paper was easy to Moderate and NCERT based. An almost equal number of questions were asked from the Physical, Inorganic and Organic branches of Chemistry. The majority of questions in the numerical value-based section were from Physical Chemistry. The whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its Examples would be the key to scoring good marks. Chapters like Biomolecules, Polymers, Chemistry in everyday life and environmental chemistry besides regular topics found due representation in the paper. All in all, it was a moderate paper which can be solved in 3 hours. The subject wise difficulty level can be assumed as

Mathematics > Chemistry>Physics

JEE Main 2022 paper analysis for July 26 shift 1 by Akash+BYJU's

As per Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering, Akash+BYJU's, the overall difficulty level of July 26 shift 1 was moderate. There were a few questions with lengthy calculations in the Mathematics section. Questions covered almost all the chapters from classes 11 and 12. Candidates can check the subject-wise analysis from below.

Mathematics

A few students found the Mathematics section difficult as quite a few questions involved lengthy calculations. About 7 Questions from algebra included Chapters of Binomial Theorem, Permutation & Combination sequences and series, as well as complex numbers. There were not less than 7 questions from calculus which included questions from Definite Integral, Differential equation, continuity and differentiability and functions. Questions from Coordinate Geometry were also present in adequate numbers. Three to four questions were from vectors and three-dimensional geometry and 2 from matrices and determinants. Questions generally involved the intertwining of two concepts.

Physics

The Physics paper was considered to be easy by a large number of students. This paper was quite balanced as questions from class XI and class XII were equally distributed. Some numerical-based questions were involving elaborate calculations. A few students also reported that some questions were a bit tricky. About 6 questions from mechanics, at Atleast 2 from Heat and Thermodynamics, about 3 from electricity and magnetics and a good number of questions from Modern Physics and Waves and Sound were the mainstays of the physics portion. Students with a thorough understanding of the ‘Concepts of Physics by HC Verma' along with NCERT should be able to score well in this paper. Solving Mock tests as the last leg of preparation is the key to a high score for this section

Chemistry

This paper was of a moderate to easy difficulty level. The distribution of questions from the three branches was nearly equal with a slight edge to organic chemistry. Questions were asked from chapters like Chemistry in Everyday life, Biomolecules& p-block elements. Chapters like Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids and alcohols, phenols and ethers found good representation. Some of the questions from Physical Chemistry were considered difficult by a section of students, and questions from Inorganic Chemistry were of moderate levels As mentioned previously, students with a good understanding of NCERT books should be able to do well in this paper.

JEE Main 2022 July 25 shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute

As per the JEE Main analysis 2022 from Aakash BYJU’s, the paper was moderate in difficulty level. The topic coverage in all three subjects was extensive and some of the questions were challenging.

Mathematics: The Mathematics part was moderate. Some questions involved lengthy calculations. There were 7 to 8 questions from calculus, not less than 6 questions from Algebra and 3 to 4 questions from Vectors, and 3 Dimensional not less than 4 questions were from Coordinate Geometry another noteworthy aspect was that there were 2 to 3 questions from differential equations, trigonometry and probability too found represented in the paper.

Physics: The Physics paper was of easy to moderate difficulty level. Questions were asked from almost all chapters -not less than 6 questions from Mechanics, 2 or 3 questions from Heat and Thermodynamics,5 or 6 questions from electromagnetics, and questions were also asked from modern physics. There were questions on Semiconductors and communications in the numerical section of the paper. There were a couple of questions taken directly from the NCERT boo.

Chemistry: This paper was easy to Moderate and NCERT based. Almost equal number of questions were asked from the Physical, Inorganic, and Organic branches of Chemistry. The majority of questions in the numerical value-based section were from Physical Chemistry. The whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its examples would be the key to scoring good marks. Chapters like Biomolecules, Environmental chemistry besides regular topics found due represented in the paper.

JEE Main 2022 session 1 Exam Analysis

JEE Main 2022 June 28 shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute

As per the experts from Aakash BYJU’s, the overall difficulty level of JEE Main June 28 shift 1 exam was easy to moderate in difficulty level. The Mathematics section was quite lengthy.

Mathematics
This section was difficult as quite a few questions involved lengthy calculations. Adequate importance was given to Calculus & Algebra. 7 Questions from algebra included Chapters of Binomial Theorem, Permutation & Combination sequences and series, as well as complex numbers. Calculus included questions from Definite Integral, Differential equation, continuity and differentiability and functions. Questions from Coordinate Geometry were also present in adequate numbers. To score well in such a paper, a student should practise regularly and solve mock tests.

Physics
This section can be considered to be easy by a large number of students. This paper was quite balanced as questions from class XI and class XII were equally distributed. Some numerical-based questions were involving elaborate calculations. A few students also reported that some questions were a bit tricky. About 6 questions from mechanics, at least 3 from Heat and Thermodynamics,4 to 5 from electricity and magnetics and a good number of questions from Modern Physics and Waves and Sound were the mainstay of the physics portion. Students with a thorough understanding of the ‘Concepts of Physics by HC Verma' along with NCERT should be able to score well in this paper. Solving Mock tests as the last leg of preparation is the key to a high score for this section

Chemistry
This section was moderate to easy in difficulty level. The distribution of questions from the three branches was nearly equal. Questions were asked from chapters like Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday life, & p-block elements. Some of the questions from Physical Chemistry were considered difficult by a section of students, and questions from Inorganic Chemistry were of moderate levels As mentioned previously, students with a good understanding of NCERT books should be able to do well in this paper.

JEE Main 2022 June 27 shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute

As per Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering Aakash+BYJU’S, The JEE Main 2022 June 27 shift 1 exam was easy to moderate. However, the mathematics section, had lengthy and calculative questions that tricked the students. A detailed paper analysis has been provided below:

Mathematics - The maths part was moderate. There were 7 to 8 questions from calculus, not less than 6 questions from Algebra and 2 questions from Vectors and 3 Dimensional and about 5 questions from Coordinate Geometry.

Physics - The paper was also of an easy level. Questions were asked from almost all the chapters - 2 questions from Optics, not less than 5 questions from Mechanics, 2 questions from Thermodynamics and questions from waves and Sound, Semiconductors and optics. As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula-based questions.

Chemistry - This paper was easy and NCERT based. Questions from physical, organic and inorganic portions were evenly distributed. Chapters like Polymers and Chemistry in everyday life, Biomolecules and environmental chemistry besides regular topics found due to representation in the paper.

JEE Main 2022 June 25 shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute

Mathematics

Type of Questions

Algebra

Calculus

Coordinate Geometry

Vectors and 3D Geometry

Trigonometry

6

9

7

5

3







Difficulty Level

Moderate





Physics

Type of Question

Mechanics

Heat and Thermodynamics

Electricity and Magnetics

Optics

Waves and Sound

Modern Physics

8+

6+

8+

4+

-

3+







Difficulty Level

Easy





Chemistry

Type of Question







Physical Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

10

12

8







Difficulty Level

Easy





JEE Main 2022 June 24 shift 1 analysis by Aakash Institute

As per Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering Aakash+BYJU’S, The JEE Main 2022 June 24 session 1 exam was easy to moderate as whole. However, in the mathematics section, there were few lengthy calculative questions that tricked candidates. Moreover, the test was completely out of Class 11 and 12 syllabus. A detailed analysis has been provided below:

  • Mathematics: Candidates found JEE Main exam 2022 for June 24 shift 1 difficult as some questions required lengthy calculations. Under quantitative terms, Calculus and Algebra has slight edge over the other topics. Those candidates who have solved mock tests would have been able to solve the paper a little easily.
  • Physics: Majority of the candidates found physics section easy. The paper was equally balanced with class 11 and 12 questions. However, some numerical-based question were found to be elaborative in terms of calculation. Students with understanding of ‘Concepts of Physics by HC Verma' along with NCERT would be able to score good marks in this exam.
  • Chemistry: Chemistry was moderately difficult and many questions required good knowledge of NCERT books. Inorganic Chemistry had a slight edge over Organic and Physical Chemistry in terms of the distribution of questions. Some of the questions from Physical Chemistry were considered difficult. Those who have studied well through NCERT would be able to score good marks in Chemistry exam.

JEE Main analysis by Aakash Institute (Previous Year's)

JEE Main August 31 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash

The paper today was of a moderate difficulty level. Topic coverage in all three subjects was judicious with some good questions. A detailed analysis of the paper is given below.

Mathematics - For a large section of students, Mathematics part was moderate. As anticipated, some questions involved lengthy calculations. There were 7 to 8 questions from calculus, not less than 5 questions from Algebra and 3 to 4 questions from Vectors and 3D and 4 questions were from Coordinate Geometry. Regular practice and solving mock tests would be of great help in scoring good in these papers.

Physics - The Physics paper was also of moderate difficulty level. Questions were asked from all the prominent chapters - 2 questions from Optics, not less than 5 questions from Mechanics, 2 or 3 questions from Thermodynamics and 2 questions from Semiconductors among others. As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than to theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula based.

Chemistry - The section was easy to Moderate and NCERT based. Almost equal number of questions were asked from the Physical, Inorganic and Organic branches of Chemistry. Majority of questions in the numerical value based section were from Physical Chemistry. Whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its Examples would be the key to score good marks. Chapters like Biomolecules, Polymers and Chemistry in everyday life besides regular topics found due representation in the paper.

JEE Main August 27 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash

As per the experts of Aakash Institute, the paper was easy to moderate. Chemistry was the easiest of the lot, whereas Mathematics was of easy to moderate with slightly lengthy calculations involved. Physics was moderate.

Chemistry - The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Six of the numerical based questions were from Physical Chemistry and two from inorganic Chemistry. Overall, the questions from Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were evenly distributed. A thorough study of the NCERT books, solving NCERT examples and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these types of tests.

Physics - According to a sizeable number of students, Physics part was moderately difficult of the lot. 5 to 6 questions from Electromagnetics about 8 questions from mechanics, 2 from units and dimensions ,4 questions from optics were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numerical which were largely formula based. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be a better strategy.

Mathematics - This section was easy but slightly time taking due to lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. 7 Questions were asked from Calculus, 5 questions from Coordinate Geometry, 4 from Vectors & 3D and not less than 5 questions from Algebra were there. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

JEE Main August 26 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash

A majority view about the paper was that of a moderate to easy difficulty level. Topic coverage in all three subjects was extensive. The paper contained some good questions. A detailed analysis of the paper is given below.

Mathematics - For a large section of students, Mathematics part was moderate. As predicted, some questions involved lengthy calculations. There were 7 to 8 questions from calculus, about 7 questions from Algebra and 3 to 4 questions from Vectors and 3-Dimensional Geometry about 4questions from Coordinate Geometry and 2 from Trigonometry. Regular practice and solving mock tests would be of great help in acing these types of papers.

Physics - For many students, Physics paper was also of moderate difficulty level. Questions were asked from all the prominent chapters - 3 questions from Optics, 5 questions from Mechanics, 4 questions from Thermodynamics and 5question from Modern Physics among others are worth mentioning. As expected, numerical type questions were more in numbers than to theoretical questions and almost all numerical were simple formula-based questions. Practicing sufficient number of similar tests would keep students in good stead.

Chemistry - This paper was easy and NCERT based. Almost equal number of questions were asked from the Physical, Inorganic and Organic branches of Chemistry. Majority of questions in the numerical value based section were from Physical Chemistry. Whole of the paper was NCERT based. Covering NCERT and its Examplar would be the key to score good marks. Chapters like Biomolecules, Polymers and Chemistry in everyday life besides regular topics found due representation in the paper.

JEE Main July 27 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash

The paper was of easy to moderate level. Students found Physics part easiest. Whereas Chemistry was easy to moderate, Mathematics was moderate because of some lengthy calculations. A subject wise JEE Main analysis is given below:

Physics: Questions in Physics section were asked from covering all the topics. Numerical were more in numbers than to theoretical questions. Four to five questions weere from modern Physics, 6 to 7 questions from mechanics and two questions from communications made the bulk of Physics paper besides questions from Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Optics and other chapters. Those students who have thoroughly covered the course of XI and XII along with sufficient problem solving through similar type of practice tests will score nicely in this paper.

Chemistry: Chemistry part was on predicted lines. Eight of the numerical value questions was from Physical Chemistry with two from Inorganic Chemistry. All the questions from Organic Chemistry were asked in MCQ form. There were almost equal number of questions from Physical, Inorganic and Organic branches of Chemistry and the whole paper was NCERT based. Chemistry in everyday life, GOC, Aldehydes and Ketones and Biomolecules are the chapters from which significant number of questions were asked. Thorough study of NCERT books, solving NCERT exemplar and practicing through mock tests holds the key for success in this paper.

Mathematics: Mathematics part was a bit lengthy thus making it moderately difficult. 5 to 6 questions from Calculus were the main stay of the paper. There were not less than 5 questions from Algebra, 4 questions from Coordinate Geometry and 2 or 3 questions from Trigonometry. Chapters like Vectors, 3D Geometry and Probability too found represented in this paper.

JEE Main July 25 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash

It was a paper of Easy to Moderate level. Physics was the easiest of the lot whereas Mathematics was of easy to moderate level with slightly lengthy calculations involved. Chemistry too was easy to moderate levels. A detailed subject-wise JEE Main 2021 analysis is given below.

Chemistry

The paper was by and large based on NCERT books. Eight of the numerical based questions were from Physical Chemistry and the remaining two from Organic Chemistry. Overall the questions from Physical, Organic and Inorganic branches were evenly distributed. A thorough study of the NCERT books, solving NCERT examplar, and mock tests based on NCERT is the guarantee of success in these type of tests.

Physics

According to a sizeable number of students, Physics part was the easiest of the lot. 3 to 4 questions from Current Electricity and Electrostatics, 3 to 4 questions from Kinematics, 2 to 3 questions from Ray Optics and 3 questions from magnetics were there in the paper. Other chapters were also included in due proportions. There were a good number of numericals which were largely formula based. Solving a good number of mock tests would prove to be a better strategy.

Mathematics

Mathematics paper was easy but slightly time taking due to lengthy calculations involved. A few good questions were interspersed sporadically. Questions were asked from Calculus, Coordinate Geometry, Vectors & 3D and Algebra. Almost all the topics were covered. Again, practice through mock tests holds the key.

Overall, it was a balanced paper which can be solved in the stipulated time. The difficulty level wise order is

Difficulty level of JEE Main 25 july shift 2- Mathematics > Chemistry > Physics

JEE Main July 25 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute

  • Overall JEE Main 2021 question paper for July 25 was of moderate difficulty level.
  • Physics was the easiest of the lot, whereas Mathematics was lengthy and moderately difficult, Chemistry too was of moderate difficulty level.
  • Some of the students said that a few questions in chemistry were from outside the NCERT books.
  • A good number of questions in the numerical based section were from Physical Chemistry.
  • There were many questions from Coordinate Geometry in Mathematics, Physics part contained questions from almost all the topics, it contained many numerical and most of them were formula based.
  • Paper was largely in tune with the papers of previous phases.

JEE Main July 22 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash Institute

Physics-

  • -Overall the paper was moderate.
  • -Physics paper covered question from all topics, electrostatics was majorly asked.
  • -Integer type of question was mostly of chapter modern physics.

Chemistry-

  • Chemistry was easy to moderate. It was balanced in terms of organic and inorganic.
  • Physical chemistry was majorly asked in integer type.

Maths-

  • The difficulty level of Maths was moderate but it was calculative.
  • Question were majorly from coordinate, integral calculus.
  • Integer type questions were quite calculative to solve in during exams.

JEE Main July 20 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash Institute

Over All the Paper was Balanced and almost all the topics were covered in every subject. Students were able to complete the examination in the given timeline.

Comparing the difficulty level, we can say:

Maths > Physics > Chemistry

Subject Wise Feedback-

Physics-

  • Overall Paper was moderate
  • Physics paper covered almost all Topics Question coming from Electrostatic, Mechanics, Optics & Modern Physics
  • Integer type questions were a bit easy and formula-based

Some questions were Formula based, not calculative-

Chemistry-

  • Chemistry was easy to moderate.
  • Maximum questions were from Organic chemistry.
  • Physical chemistry was easy but lesser number of questions.
  • Inorganic was moderate.

Maths-

  • The difficulty level of Maths was also moderate and questions were asked mostly from vector and 3-D (almost 6-7 questions)
  • Less number of questions from coordinate
  • 3 questions from the area under the curve and 2 questions from the differential equation.

JEE Main July 20 Shift 2 Paper was quite balanced and calculative, but manageable within the time limit.

JEE Main March 16 Shift 2 Analysis by Aakash Institute

Check the JEE Main 2021 March exam analysis by Aakash Institute below.

Physics:- In a paper of 30 questions, there were two sections, Section I contained 20 single option correct MCQ, whereas Section II contained 10 numerical based questions, out of which only 5 were to be answered. Questions were asked from Mechanics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Heat and Thermodynamics and optics. Some of the questions involved lengthy calculations, but overall, it was an easy to moderate level paper. Overall Paper was a lengthy 7-8 question from Modern physics and 5 questions from Radioactivity.

Chemistry:- Section I comprised 20 multiple choice questions, whereas section II contained 10 numerical based questions with an internal choice of any 5 questions to be attempted. Some students reported that a couple of questions involved lengthy calculations, but these questions could be avoided by exercising the internal choice. The paper was easy to moderate; almost all the topics were covered. The chapters of classes XI and XII were given almost equal weightage and, by and large, based on NCERT content. Organic Chemistry was sufficiently asked, followed by Physical and Inorganic branches.

Mathematics:- As in the other subjects, this part also contained two sections, Sections I contained 20 MCQ with single option correct type. It contained questions on Algebra, Calculus, coordinate Geometry, Vector and Three Dimensional Geometry. Section II was comprised of 10 numerical based questions with only 5 of them to be answered. As usual, a few questions involved lengthy calculations. Some students reported that a few questions were somewhat tricky.

JEE Main March 16 Shift 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute

For March 16 Shift 1 JEE Main 2021 exam, the paper was similar to JEE Main Feb 2021 Attempts. It was of easy to moderate level with some good questions interspersed here and there. Most of the questions were either directly taken from NCERT or were closely based on NCERT concepts.

Subject wise summary of JEE Main March 16 paper (Shift 1)

Chemistry (Easy and NCERT Based) :- Section I comprised 20 multiple choice questions, whereas section II contained 10 numerical based questions with an internal choice of any 5 questions to be attempted. Some students reported that a couple of questions involved lengthy calculations, but these questions could be avoided by exercising internal choice.

The paper was easy to moderate; almost all the topics were covered. The chapters of classes XI and XII were given almost equal weightage and, by and large, based on NCERT content. Organic Chemistry was sufficiently asked, followed by Physical and Inorganic branches.

This time AR Type of questions were around 5-6 in chemistry that is a little different from usual.

Physics (Easy to Moderate):- In a paper of 30 questions, there were two sections, Section I contained 20 single option correct type MCQs, whereas Section II contained 10 numerical based questions, out of which only 5 were to be answered. Questions were asked from Mechanics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Heat and Thermodynamics, and optics. Some of the questions involved lengthy calculations, but overall, it was an easy to moderate level paper.

Mathematics (Moderate to Difficult):- As in the other subjects, this part also contained two sections, Sections I contained 20 MCQ with single option correct type. It contained questions on Algebra, Calculus, coordinate Geometry, Vector, and Three Dimensional Geometry. Section II was comprised of 10 numerical-based questions with only 5 of them to be answered. As usual, a few questions involved lengthy calculations. Some students reported that a few questions were somewhat tricky.

Key Notes by Aakash Institute Experts for JEE Main March 2021 exam

We feel that covering the NCERT syllabus and its examples will keep students in a good position, particularly in Physics and Chemistry. Chapters like System of Particles and Rotational Motion, Current Electricity, Electrical Potential and Capacitance, Ray Optics are significant in Physics.

Similarly, in Chemistry, Chapters like Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Bio-molecules, Polymers, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Equilibrium and Coordination compounds carry weightage.

In Mathematics, Chapters like the application of Derivatives, Definite Integrals, Matrices and Determinants, Sequences and Series, Probability and Complex Numbers are must-read chapters besides developing understanding and building exam temperament.

JEE Main 2021 Analysis by Aakash Institute (February Session 2021)

For each shift of the February session, Aakash Institute JEE Main analysis 2021 is being released. The Aakash JEE Main analysis 2021 include the subject-wise feedback of students, subject-wise difficulty level, and complete analysis of each shift of the exam. The JEE Main 2021 analysis by Aakash Institue is now available.

Aakash JEE Main 2021 Analysis (February 26 Shift 2)

The paper for the evening shift of Feb 26, 2021, was on predicted lines. It was of easy to moderate levels with some good questions interspersed here and there. Most of the questions were either directly taken from NCERT or were closely based on NCERT concepts. A detailed subjectwise report based on the inputs provided by students is given below.

Chemistry:- Section I comprised 20 multiple choice questions, whereas section II contained 10 numerical based questions with an internal choice of any 5 questions to be attempted. Some students reported that a couple of questions involved lengthy calculations, but these questions could have been avoided by exercising an internal choice.

The paper was easy to moderate; almost all the topics were covered. The chapters of classes XI and XII were given almost equal weightage and, by and large, based on NCERT content. There were sufficient questions on Organic Chemistry, followed by Physical and Inorganic questions.

Physics:- Questions were asked from Mechanics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, Heat and Thermodynamics and optics. Some of the questions involved lengthy calculations, but overall, it was an easy to moderate level of paper.

Mathematics:- It contained questions on Algebra, Calculus, coordinate Geometry, Vector and Three Dimensional Geometry. Section II comprised of 10 numerical based questions with only 5 of them to be answered. As usual, a few questions involved lengthy calculations. Some students reported that few questions were somewhat tricky as well.

Suggestion for future aspirants through JEE main 2021 analysis by Aakash Institute - We feel that covering the NCERT syllabus and its exemplar will keep students in a good position , particularly in Physics and Chemistry. Chapters like System of Particles and Rotational Motion, Current Electricity, Electrical Potential and Capacitance, Ray Optics are significant in Physics. Similarly, in Chemistry, Chapters like Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Bio-molecules, Polymers, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Equilibrium and Coordination compounds carry weightage. In Mathematics, chapters like the application of Derivatives, Definite Integrals, Matrices and Determinants, Sequences and Series, Probability and Complex Numbers are must-read chapters besides developing understanding and building exam temperament.

Aakash Institute JEE Main Analysis 2021 - February 26 Shift 1

The paper of the morning shift on Feb 26, 2021 was on predicted lines. It was of easy to moderate including some easy questions. Most of the questions were either directly taken from the NCERT textbooks or were closely based on NCERT concepts. Most of the students opined that the Physics paper was the easiest followed by Chemistry and Mathematics.

Subject wise analysis-

Chemistry: - The paper was easy to moderate. Almost all the topics were covered. The chapters of classes XI and XII were given almost equal weightage and by and large based on NCERT content. Organic Chemistry was sufficiently asked, followed by Physical and Inorganic branches.

Physics: - The Physics paper was also easy to moderate. Adequate weightage was given to mechanics, electricity and Magnetism and Modern Physics.

Mathematics: - It was also of easy to moderate levels with all the topics covered. Questions on Calculus, Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Vectors and 3-dimensional Geometry got due representation.

Aakash Institute JEE Main 2021 Analysis - February 25 Shift 2

Overall, the paper was moderate; It was balanced and almost all topics were covered in every subject and the students were able to complete in the given timeline. If we compare difficulty level, then it would be Chemistry>Maths>Physics.

Subject Wise Feedback

Maths

30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)

  • The paper was moderate.

  • There were more than 10 questions from coordinate geometry

  • Questions from calculus were in good numbers.

  • Integer type of questions was not calculative. As the students had an option of

  • selecting any 5 , they opted for the less calculative question. (This section had question

  • majorly from coordinate)

Chemistry

30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)

  • The chemistry was above moderate

  • More questions were from organic chemistry. (8-9 question)

  • 6-7 questions from inorganic were easy to solve.

  • Integer type question contained questions from physical chemistry along with calculative.

Physics

30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)

  • The difficulty level of physics was easy

  • Majority of questions were from the class 12 syllabus.

  • Integer type question was not calculative.

  • The level of the questions was easy.

Aakash Institute JEE Main 2021 Analysis - February 25 Shift 1

Overall paper was Moderate to Easy; Today, the Paper was balanced and almost all topics were covered in every subject. The students were able to complete in the given timeline and if we compare the difficulty level, then it should be MATHS >CHEMISTRY>PHYSICS.

Subject Wise Feedback

Mathematics

  • Overall, the Papers was calculative and lengthy compare to Chemistry and Physics.

  • Questions were a bit tricky and also calculative.

  • Questions from calculus, coordinates were on a higher note

  • The difficulty level of Maths was also Moderate, and the question asked mostly from calculus, algebra and coordinate geometry.

  • The paper was conceptual and a bit lengthy.

Chemistry

  • Chemistry was moderate

  • More number of questions asked from organic chemistry.

  • Less number of physical chemistry questions and also calculative.

  • Integer type questions were easy.

Physics

  • The difficulty level of physics was easy (approx 15 questions were basic)

  • Integer type questions were not calculative.

  • Well balanced question from class 11 and 12.

Aakash Institute JEE Main 2021 Analysis - February 24 Shift 2

Overall, the JEE Main Paper was Easy and balanced. Almost all topics were covered in every subject. Students were able to complete in a given timeline if we compare difficulty level, then Maths >Physics >Chemistry.

Subject Wise Feedback

Physics

  • 30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)
  • Overall, the Paper was moderate as compared to Chemistry & Maths.
  • Physics paper covered almost all Topics. Question come from Electrostatics, Mechanics, Optics & Modern Physics
  • Integer type of questions were easy.

Chemistry

  • 30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)
  • Chemistry paper was moderate
  • The Paper was very well balanced as it had an equal number of physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry questions.
  • All topics were covered, though the integer-type questions of physical chemistry were calculative.

Mathematics

  • 30 Question (20 MCQ +10Numerical value-based)
  • Maths' difficulty level also moderate, and questions asked were mostly from Calculus, Algebra & Coordinate geometry.
  • The paper was quite balanced, and students were able to complete it under the given Timeline.

The important thing that all questions were aligned with the NCERT syllabus.

Aakash Institute JEE Main 2021 Analysis - February 24 Shift 1

As per the Aakash institute JEE Main analysis 2021, the overall question paper was moderate to easy and the paper was balanced. Almost all topics covered in every subject, students could complete in the given time. If we compare the difficulty level, we can say Maths >Chemistry >Physics.

While appearing for the exam if the student has attempted the 5 questions, then the remaining 5 questions cannot be marked for integer types. As compared to previous years, it was relatively easy, and the portion of class 12th syllabus was seemingly prominent in this session.

Subject Wise JEE Main 2021 Analysis

Mathematics

  • 30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)
  • Overall, the Paper was calculative & lengthy compare to chemistry & Physics.
  • Almost all Topics were covered
  • Integer type of question was lengthy and calculative.

Chemistry

  • 30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)
  • The chemistry part was moderate to easy.
  • Major focus on organic chemistry compared to Physical & Inorganic chemistry
  • The syllabus of standard 12th was more than the 11th.
  • All topics covered in papers and papers were moderate to easy, they finished before the given timeline.

Physics

  • 30 Question (20 MCQ +10 Numerical value-based)
  • The difficulty level of physics was easy.
  • Integer-type questions were calculative only.
  • The Paper was easy, so it finished before the given timeline.

Previous Year’s JEE Main Analysis by Aakash Institute

Candidates can check the previous year's Aakash JEE Main analysis 2021 given below to have an overview of the previous exams. The JEE Main analysis by Aakash Institute is based on the student reviews and have been prepared by the institute experts.

JEE Main 2020 Analysis by Aakash Institute

The summary of how the examination was conducted along with the details regarding the difficulty level, division of topics, questions and more is available through the analysis of Aakash institute JEE Main analysis 2020. The day-wise analysis is made available in this article. JEE Main 2020 is conducted as a computer-based test (except the drawing section of Paper 2 B.Arch).

JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute - September 6, 2020

JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis - September 6 (Forenoon Shift)

Overall, JEE Main 2020 September 6 paper was quite balanced. Although the question paper was lengthy, the difficulty level was moderate. The Class XII syllabus was higher as compared to the class XI syllabus.

Subject Wise Feedback

Physics - 25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) - The difficulty level of the Physics paper was moderate as compared to Maths. Almost all the topics were covered, however, most of the questions came from Electrostat, Mechanics, Optics, and Modern Physics. Integer type of question was a little calculative.

Chemistry-25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) - Similar to the last attempt Chemistry question paper was easy. Theoretical paper and Inorganic chemistry portion had higher weightage as compared to Physical and Organic Chemistry. Integer type questions were easy. Also, The Chemistry question paper covered the NCERT text book.

Maths -25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) - Maths paper was calculative and lengthy as compared to Physics and Chemistry. All topics were covered.

JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute - September 5

JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis - September 5 (Forenoon Shift)

Overall, the paper was Moderate to Easy. It was balanced and almost all topics covered in every subject. Students were able to complete in the given timeline. If we compare difficulty level then Physics & Maths & Chemistry.

Subject Wise Feedback

Physics- 25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) -Overall, the paper was calculative & lengthy as compared to Chemistry & Physics. It covered almost all Topics and Question came from Electrostat, Mechanics, Optics & Modern Physics. Integer type of questions were a little calculative and answers were asked upto decimal.

Chemistry-25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) -Chemistry was easy as compare to JAN JEE main paper. Organic chemistry had higher percentage as compared to Physical & Inorganic Chemistry. All topics covered in the paper and it was easy so students were able to finish before the given timeline.

Maths -25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) - The difficulty level of Maths was Moderate and questions were mostly asked from Calculaus, Algebra & Coordinate geometry. Students were able to complete under the given timeline.

JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute - September 4, 2020

JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis - September 4 (Forenoon Shift)

Overall, the Paper was quite balanced and moderate though a little lengthy as compared to past papers.

Physics -25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based)- The Physics paper was moderate and more calculative as compared to Maths. It covered almost all topics like Electrostat, Mechanics, Optics & Moden Physics. Integer type of question were a little calculative.

Chemistry-25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based)- The Chemistry paper was same as the last attempt and was easy. It was mostly theoretical with Organic Chemistry having a higher portion as compared to Physical & Inorganic. Integer type of questions were also easy. The Chemistry Paper covered almost all of the NCERT Text Book syllabus.

Maths -25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) -Maths paper was Calculative and lengthy compared to Physics & Chemistry. Students were unable to complete in one hour due to large number of calculations.

JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute - September 3

JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis - September 3 (Forenoon Shift)

Physics - 25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) -Overall paper was calculative and difficult to compare it to Maths & Chemistry. It was calculation based and on slightly tricky. Integer type of questions were calculative as well as finally answer was the nearest integer.

Chemistry-25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) -The Chemistry paper was same as the last attempt and moderate. It was mostly theoretical & Organic chemistry portion was higher compared to Physical & inorganic. Numerical value-based questions were a little calculative due to the mixing of concepts and data-based.

Maths-25 Question (20 MCQ +5 Numerical value-based) - Maths paper was Easy & balanced. Numerical value-based type question in Maths was easy.

Over all Paper was quite balanced, Moderate and easily completed in the given timeline.

JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute - September 2, 2020

JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis - September 2 (Forenoon Shift)

Physics :-
Overall Physics paper was easy and out of 25 question 20 questions were based on theory & Concepts and 5 questions were Numerical based. Paper was quite similar to JEE Main January attempt. The paper was lengthy and calculation based. Integer type of questions were calculation based. It had questions from all topics of prescribed syllabus provided by NTA. Students who appeared in the mock test of NTA & others got benefited did well.

Chemistry :-
Chemistry paper was Moderate with mostly memory based type of questions. Theoretical questions were more than practical ones. The numerical value-based questions were a little confusing due to the mixing of concepts and data-based. Paper were quite similar to JEE main JAN Attempt papers and had questions from all Topics of prescribed syllabus provided by NTA. Students those appeared in the mock test of NTA & others got benefited from this paper.

Mathematics :-
Overall Maths paper was easy and out of 25 question, 20 questions were MCQ and 5 were numerical based. As compared to JEE Jan attempt, one could complete on time as the paper was balanced and comfortable. Numerical value-based type questions were easy. Students those appeared in the mock test of NTA & others got benefited from this paper. Also, student will get a similar score as JEE main JAN Attempt.

Based on Student Feedback
The paper was Moderate with only Physics having lengthy calculations. Mathematics was easy as compared to January attempt. Chemistry was theoretical and had 50% theory based questions. On the other hand, Physics and Maths were 5% theory based. Numerical questions in Physics were asked up to nearest value integer, while in the Jan attempt it was up to decimal. All topics given by NTA were covered and had atleast one question each.

JEE Main Analysis by Aakash Institute 2019

According to Aakash Institute, the difficulty level of the previous year’s JEE Main was of moderate level. Mathematics and Physics had more moderately difficult questions while Chemistry had comparatively easier questions. Almost equal weightage was given to the syllabus of 11th and 12th standard.

JEE Main 2021 Cutoff by Aakash Institute

After the conclusion of the examination, the probable qualifying cutoff of JEE Main 2021 by Aakash Institute experts will be released. The category wise cutoff will let the candidates know if they are qualified for JEE Advanced examination or not. Since the cutoff will be indicative in nature, the candidates are advised to check the official cutoff of JEE Main 2021 when it is released.

JEE Main Cutoff 2021 by Aakash Institute

S.No

Category

Cutoff

1

Common Merit List (CML)

Available Soon

2

Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL)

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3

EWS

Available Soon

4

Scheduled Caste (SC)

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5

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

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Previous Years’ JEE Main Official Qualifying Cutoff

Year

General

OBC-NCL

SC

ST

Gen-EWS

PwD

2020

90.3765335

72.888796950.176024539.069610170.24355180.0618524

2019

89.7548849

74.3166557

54.0128155

44.3345172

78.2174869

0.11371730

2018

74

45

29

24

-

-35

2017

81

49

32

27

-

-

2016

100

70

52

48

-

-

2015

105

70

50

44

-

-

2014

115

74

53

47

-

-

2013

113

70

50

45

-

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