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Day 3 of JEE Main 2021 (February) has been successfully concluded on February 25 in two shifts. The exam was conducted peacefully in all the exam centres, and Covid-19 protocols were followed in the exam hall. Students were allocated computers alternatively (by leaving 2 to 3 seats). The candidates had to wear face mast inside the exam hall, which is a mandatory rule. CollegeDekho brings you a quick overall analysis of JEE Main February 2021 exam that was conducted on February 25.
Day 3 exam took place for B.Tech (Paper 1). The overall difficulty level of the two shifts was moderate. In the first shift, Mathematics was lengthy and difficult for some students, and the same feedback has been received for Shift 2 as well. Most of the questions in Mathematics were calculation-based and consumed time. The numerical questions in Chemistry were mostly from Physical Chemistry. The Physics section was moderately difficult in two shifts, while the Chemistry section was easy.
Candidates appearing for the exam on 26th February must note that Semiconductors must be given importance from Physics in the last-minute preparation. Almost 4-5 questions are being asked on this topic. On the other hand, Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry are important from the Chemistry section. While Probability, Vector, Coordinate Geometry, 3D and Straight Lines are important from Mathematics.
You can also click on the links below for more details –
|JEE Main 26th Feb 2021 Shift 1 Exam Analysis||JEE Main 26th Feb 2021 Shift 2 Exam Analysis|
|Overall Exam Analysis of JEE Main 26th Feb (Day 4)||-|
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