JEE Main 2020 Exam Analysis for Shift 1: Mathematics Toughest (Download PDF)

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JEE Main 2020 Day 1 Paper II complete exam analysis and expected cut off as shared by experts. Students share preliminary reports, call exam unexpectedly difficult with Mathematics being toughest.

  • Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main 2020 exams have started and the first shift has been conducted successfully. As per the official statement, as many as 11.18 lakh candidates have applied for the January session. The first session has successfully concluded. As per the initial reactions from the students who have appeared for the examination, the mathematics section was the toughest. Check complete review, expected cut off and analysis as shared by experts below.
  • Expert analysis would take a little time. The reaction from the students is that the difficulty level of the paper as expected and most of the students interviews shared that mathematics was tough. B. Tech examination would be conducted from tomorrow. All students are advised to keep a check on the page for latest updates. Aptitude Test was said to be comfortably moderate.

JEE Main 2020 Shift One Complete Analysis, expected cut off

  • JEE Main is an online examination and the experts have to wait for feedback from the students who have appeared for the examination. Compilation of the feedback received would take a little time and would be collected and analysed. Detailed analysis and expected cut off would be shared later.
  • On the preliminary, experts are expecting the cut off to remain similar to last year. Since the numerical questions do not have negative marking, the experts believe that the expected cut off for qualifying for JEE Advanced 2020 may improve this year marginally.
  • JEE Main 2020 would be conducted from January 6,2020 to January 9,2020. A total of 9,21, 261 candidates have registered for B. Tech or B. E (earlier called Paper I) and 1,38, 409 have registered for B. Arch examination (which was earlier referred to as Paper II) . This year, a Planning paper would also be conducted and 59,003 students have registered for the examination. The examination would be conducted in 2 shifts on all 4 days.

- Published/Last Modified on: January 7, 2020

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