After conducting the evening slot today, NTA is expected to publish the official answer keys after September 7, tentatively. Meanwhile, JEE aspirants shall refer to unofficial answer keys released by major coaching centres from tomorrow onward. Through the JEE Main 2020 answer key, they can predict their overall score.
According to the schedule published by IIT Delhi, JEE Main 2020 Result shall be available by September 11, 2020, tentatively. Next, the JEE Advanced exam is slated to take place on September 27. However, students are requesting the government to postpone the exam as they feel that they should get more time for preparation.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020 (September 6): Major Highlights
- Overall Feedback: Moderate
- Level of difficulty in Physics: Difficult
- Level of difficulty in Chemistry: Easy
- Level of difficulty in Maths: Difficult
JEE Main Paper September 6: Students’ ReactionThe last day of JEE Main 2020 September exam review is out. According to a former Amity International School student, the Mathematics section was the most difficult among all due to lengthy calculations. In Physics, the majority of the questions were asked from the topics such as Waves, Modern Physics, Optics, etc. In the case of the Chemistry section, many questions were given from the NCERT textbook.
A student who passed 12th from an ICSE-affiliated school found today’s JEE Main Paper moderately difficult. He said that some questions were quite similar to that of NTA’s mobile app ‘National Test Abhyas App’. So, those were easy to solve who practiced questions from the application.
JEE Main Paper September 6: Expert AnalysisBased on the students’ feedback, Goprep experts cited the level of difficulty ‘moderate’. The Mathematics section was the most difficult in today’s slot while the Physics section was the second trickiest. In the Chemistry section, the question paper included most of the questions from the NCERT textbook that made it an easier and scoring section.
Meanwhile, Bihar-based students have faced double hit due to floods and COVID-19 crisis. Reportedly, students are facing transportation issues and struggled to reach the exam centre at the reporting time. For more details and in-depth JEE Main Paper Analysis, please refer to Goprep!