JEE Main 2021: August 31
2021 JEE Mains: Today's paper had a moderate level of difficulty. Topic coverage was judicious in all three subjects, with some excellent questions.
The Mathematics component was moderate for a large number of students. Some of the questions, as expected, required lengthy calculations. Calculus had 7 to 8 questions, Algebra had 5 questions, Vectors and 3D had 3 to 4 questions, and Coordinate Geometry had 4 questions. Regular practice and mock examinations would be quite beneficial in achieving good results on these exams.
The physics paper was likewise moderately difficult. Questions were posed from all of the major chapters, including two from Optics, five from Mechanics, two or three from Thermodynamics, and two from Semiconductors, among others. As expected, numerical questions were more numerical than theoretical ones, and practically all of the numerical problems were based on basic formulas.
The section was moderately easy and based on NCERT. Physical, Inorganic, and Organic divisions of chemistry were all asked nearly identical numbers of questions. Physical Chemistry was the subject of the majority of questions in the numerical value-based segment. The entire paper was based on NCERT. The key to getting good grades is to cover NCERT and its examples. Biomolecules, Polymers, and Chemistry in Everyday Life, among other themes, received enough coverage in the article.
Overall, it was a moderately difficult paper that could be completed in three hours. The difficulty level of each topic might be assumed to be Mathematics > Physics > Chemistry.
Source:- Hindustan Times
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