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JEE Main 31 January 2023 shift 2 exam has been conducted from 3 pm to 6 pm. Unlike the shift 1 exam, the PwD candidates of the shift 2 exam have been given an additional one hour to complete the exam. However, the shift 2 question paper analysis, topic-wise weightage, and memory-based questions will be analyzed immediately after 6 pm, once the students will share their feedback after leaving the exam centre.
As per the JEE Main 2023 exam pattern, the candidates were asked a total of 90 questions on Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (30 questions each). Each subject comprised 20 multiple-choice questions and 10 numerical aptitude questions. The candidates can also refer to the JEE Main 2023 exam marking scheme here-
- For every correct answer, +4 marks will be rewarded
- For every wrong answer, -1 mark will be deducted
Also read l JEE Main Question Paper 31 January 2023
JEE Main 31 January 2023 Shift 2 Exam: Major Highlights
Shift 2 analysis of today’s exam has been shared based on the candidate’s feedback immediately after the exam is over.
- The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate
- Chemistry as usual was relatively easy and physics was easy to moderate
- Mathematics paper was moderate and lengthy while being tricky
- Physics paper was formula based and conceptual as well
- Chemistry was NCERT based
- Maths section was dominated by the 12th class syllabus
JEE Main 31 January 2023 Shift 2 Exam Analysis
The candidates can check out the topic-wise weightage, and difficulty level of the section here-
Overall difficulty level of the exam
Difficulty level of Mathematics
Moderate to Difficult
Difficulty level of Physics
Easy to Moderate
Difficulty level of Chemistry
Difficulty level of NAT questions
Topics with more weightage in Mathematics
Topics with more weightage in Physics
Topics with more weightage in Chemistry
Was the paper lengthy?
Most part of the paper was normal but the mathematics section was lengthy
Overall expected number of good attempts
JEE Main 31 January 2023 Unofficial Answer Key
Since JEE Main 2023 exam is being held online mode, therefore, based on the candidates’ feedback, memory-based questions has been added. Also, the unofficial answer key will be published. As a result, the candidates can get a rough idea about their tentative score in shift 2 of JEE Main 2023 31st January exam.
Also read l
JEE Main 2023 Question Paper (All Days and Shifts)
JEE Main Answer Key 2023 (All Days and Shifts)
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