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Overall Analysis of JEE Main July 2021 (Phase 3)

Abhik Das
Abhik DasPublished On: July 27, 2021 | JEE Main

JEE Main 2021 July (Phase 3) exam concluded on the 27th July. Check out the detailed and overall analysis of the JEE Main (phase 3) examination conducted by NTA from 20th July to 27th July and the reaction of the candidates from the piece below.

JEE Main 2021 Phase 3 (July) Exam Overall Analysis

JEE Main July 2021 Phase 3 exam was conducted successfully by the National Testing Agency (NTA) between 20th July and 27th July for engineering aspirants across the country. In this detailed article, the candidates will find out the detailed overall analysis of the JEE Main 2021 Phase 3 examination. The third phase of the JEE Main 2021 exam was conducted on 20th, 22nd, 25th and 27th July in two shifts. Candidates to appear in the JEE Main 2021 phase 4 examination must go through this article very carefully and note down all the important points to ace their final preparations. 

The JEE Main 2021 (July) Phase 3 exam analysis contains important things such as the topic-wise weightage, reviews from the candidates who took the exam, overall difficulty level of the exam and many such things. 

JEE Main 27th July 2021 Analysis

The shift-wise reactions received from the students who appeared for the JEE Main 2021 (Phase 3) exam on 27th July are as follows - 

Shift

Subject/Section Name

Candidate Reactions

Shift 1

Physics

Moderate

Chemistry

Moderately Easy

Mathematics

Moderately Difficult

Shift 2

Physics

Moderately Difficult

Chemistry

Easy

Mathematics

Moderately Difficult

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JEE Main 25th July 2021 Analysis

The experts at CollegeDekho connected with the students or candidates who appeared for the phase 3 exam of JEE Main 2021 conducted on 25th July. Based on the feedback received from the candidates, the experts have compiled the following pointers - 

Shift

Subject/Section Name

Candidate Reactions

Shift 1

Physics

  • The section was moderately difficult

  • Numerical-based questions were not tough at all

  • Questions were asked from Current Electricity & AC Circuits, Fluids, Laws of Motion and Kinematics

  • Modern Physics and Communication Systems had more weightage

Chemistry

  • The section was quite easy

  • NCERT-based questions were asked in this section

  • Maximum questions in Inorganic Chemistry were from the NCERT

  • More weightage was given to Organic Chemistry

  • Maximum weightage for chapters like Biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday Life and Environmental Chemistry

  • p-block questions dominated in the inorganic section

  • Numerical-based questions were only from Physical Chemistry

Mathematics

  • The section was moderately difficult

  • The section was calculative and lengthy

  • Conic Sections & Probability chapter had more than one question

Shift 2

Physics

  • Most students found this section to be easy

  • Formula-based numerical were asked in this section

  • Questions from Ray Optics, Kinematics, Current Electricity and Electrostatistics were asked

  • Students who had solved a good number of mock test papers reported they had no problem in this section

Chemistry

  • Maximum questions were based on the NCERT textbooks

  • Numerical-based questions were asked from Organic and Physical Chemistry

Mathematics

  • This section was pretty easy

  • Calculations were lengthy so this section was time-consuming

  • Questions from Algebra, Vectors & 3D, Coordinate Geometry and Calculus were dominantly found in this section

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JEE Main 22nd July 2021 Analysis

The shift-wise reactions received from the students who appeared for the JEE Main 2021 (Phase 3) exam on 22nd July are as follows - 

Shift

Subject/Section Name

Candidate Reaction

Shift 1

Physics

No Exam

Chemistry

Mathematics

Shift 2

Physics

  • The difficulty level of this section was easy

  • Most questions were based on calculations

Chemistry

  • This section was the easiest of all sections

  • All the questions were based on the NCERT textbooks

  • Topics such as Polymers and Environmental Chemistry emerged as the dominant topics

  • Equal weightage to Organic and Inorganic Chemistry was given

Mathematics

  • This section was the toughest of all

  • The calculations were lengthy

  • This section was difficult in comparison to the March exam

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JEE Main 20th July 2021 Analysis

The shift-wise reactions received from the students who appeared for the JEE Main 2021 (Phase 3) exam on 20th July are as follows -

Shift

Subject/Section Name

Candidate Reaction

Shift 1

Physics 

  • The difficulty level of this section was between easy and moderate

  • Questions were asked from topics like EM Waves, Current Electricity, Heat & Thermodynamics, Magnetism, Electrostatics, Kinematics, Optics and Gravitation

  • Numerical-based questions were easy yet required lengthy calculations to arrive at a solution

  • Theory-based questions were asked from the NCERT textbooks

Chemistry

  • The candidates found this section to be moderately difficult

  • Maximum questions were asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

  • NCERT-based questions were mostly from Inorganic Chemistry

Mathematics

  • The mathematics section was also moderately difficult

  • Questions from topics like Calculus, Binomial, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus and Algebra were asked

  • The Calculus, Binomial, Progressions, Matrices & Determinants sections received more weightage

  • Some numerical-based questions required lengthy calculations

Shift 2

Physics

  • The question paper was moderately difficult

  • The majority of the questions were from topics like Mechanics, Electrostatic and Optics & Modern Physics

  • There were some formula-based questions

  • Formula-based integer-type questions were easy

Chemistry

  • The question paper was easy to moderate

  • Organic Chemistry had the maximum number of questions

  • Fewer and easy questions were the features of Physical Chemistry

  • Inorganic Chemistry questions too were moderately difficult 

Mathematics

  • The question paper was moderately difficult

  • Mostly, questions from 3-D and Vectors were asked

  • There were fewer questions from Coordinate geometry

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JEE Main July 2021 CZhapters/Topics with High Weightage

The important topics and chapters in the phase 3 JEE Main 2021 examination are as follows - 

Day

Important Topics and Chapters

20th July 2021

  • Physics - Mechanics, Electrodynamics and Modern Physics

  • Chemistry - Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

  • Mathematics - Coordinate Geometry, Differential Calculus, Integration and Vectors & 3D

22nd July 2021

  • Physics - Electrodynamics and Mechanics

  • Chemistry - Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

  • Mathematics - Coordinate Geometry, Differential Calculus, Integration and Vectors & 3D

25th July 2021

  • Physics - Electrodynamics and Mechanics

  • Chemistry - Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

  • Mathematics - Coordinate Geometry, Differential Calculus, Vectors & 3D and Binomial Theorem

27th July 2021

  • Physics - Mechanics, Electrodynamics

  • Chemistry - Organic, Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

  • Mathematics - Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Trigonometry

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