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JEE Main 2021: Focus on NCERT in Slot 1 examination; question paper similar to February exam

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New Delhi: In the detailed analysis of JEE Mains 2021 Slot 1 question paper, experts found that the main focus has been maintained on NCERT. The question paper was similar to the February examination. The slot 1 examination was held on March 16, 2021. Along with the expert analysis, students also shared their reactions about the question paper.

According to most of the students, the question paper was an expected one. The toughest section was Physics while some students reported Chemistry to be a confusing section. Shiraj reported, “I think there was a lot of physical chemistry questions, which was surprising. I was expecting lesser calculation but I found it tougher.” Chemistry was moderately difficult for an another student. Mathematics questions were moderately to difficult level.

The National Academic Director (engineering) of Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL) Ajay Kumar Sharma told, “Today the paper was similar to JEE Main Feb 2021 Attempts. It was of easy to moderate level with some good questions interspersed here and there. Most of the questions were either directly taken from NCERT or were closely based on NCERT concepts”.

Key points of the Sections:

Chemistry: Easy to Moderate

Section I : 20 MCQ

Section II : 10 numericals with internal choice (5 questions to be attempted)

Almost equal weightage was given to all chapters. Most of the question were from organic portion, then Physical and ;least from inorganic chemistry.

Around 5-6 question were Assertion-Reason type question which was a different thing from the usual papers.

Physics: Easy to Moderate

Section I : 20 MCQ

Section II : 10 numericals with internal choice (5 questions to be attempted)

Most of the questions were from Mechanics, Electronics, Magnetism, Current elctricity, Heat and Thermodynamics and Optics. Calculations were a bit lengthy but was an overall moderate question paper.

Mathematics: Moderate to Difficult

Section I : 20 MCQ

Section II : 10 numericals with internal choice (5 questions to be attempted)

Most of the questions were from Algebra, Calculus, Coordinate geometry, Vector and Three Dimensional geometry. Calculations were lengthy in few question as usual while some questions were tricky.

The question paper covered almost all the NCERT syllabus. Students can perform well by practicing NCERT examples mainly in Physics and Chemistry.

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