The JEE Main for the BTech and BE exams stays easier as in comparison with previous years, declare consultants. The ease was because of the possibility of getting decisions within the exam. However, in each morning and afternoon shifts, one part remained a bit difficult and consultants consider that this has set a sample for the approaching exams as JEE will proceed until February 26.
In the morning part, the chemistry was comparatively harder with uncommon questions from lab handbook whereas within the afternoon shift, there have been difficult questions within the arithmetic part, mentioned Saurabh Kumar, director teachers, Vidya Mandir Classes (VMC). (*2*) mentioned Kumar.
Even as there have been a few difficult questions in chemistry and physics, the mathematic part can be the deciding factor, mentioned Ajay Kumar Sharma, nationwide tutorial director (engineering), Aakash Educational Services Ltd. (AESL). “Students who scored well in math can get better ranks. While the overall exam was easy and the option of having a choice in exam gave students a respite, the math section was comparatively tougher. In chemistry too, there were some calculative questions. Most of the questions were from NCERT. Those students who would have participated in past year papers would find the exam easier.”
In the morning session’s chemistry, questions have been requested from the periodic desk, chemical bonding. In natural chemistry, there have been questions from reactions, coordination compound, equilibrium, and options matters. In physics, questions have been requested from the unit and dimensions chapter. There have been extra questions from class 12 than class 11. In physics, questions from fashionable physics and present electrical energy have been requested. Other matters from which questions have been requested embrace, thermodynamics, in math coordinate, calculus, determinant matrices, and quadratic equation, instructed Kumar.
Ramesh Batlish from FIITJEE knowledgeable that weightage was given to chapters of coordinate geometry, 3D and Vector, algebra. Few numerical-based questions required prolonged calculations within the arithmetic part. In physics too, numerical-based questions had prolonged calculations however have been straightforward. Physical chemistry was given extra weightage as in comparison with natural and inorganic chemistry, as per Batlish.