JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021- NTA has released the new JEE Main 2021 exam pattern for B.Tech, B. Arch and B. Planning papers. The exam pattern of JEE Main 2021 is divided into JEE Paper 1 pattern for B.Tech and JEE Paper 2 pattern for B. Arch and B. Planning. As per JEE Main exam pattern 2021, each subject will have 20 MCQs and 10 Numerical Value Questions and out of ten only five have to be done. According to the JEE Main 2021 exam pattern, both the papers will be conducted in online mode except for the Drawing test for B.Arch. NTA JEE Main 2021 paper pattern contains details like JEE Main 2021 examination mode, number of sections, number of questions, type of questions, JEE Main 2021 marking scheme, etc. of the exam. NTA JEE Main 2021 will be conducted in 4 sessions- February, March, April and May- Paper 1 for B.E/B.Tech and Paper 2 for B.Arch or B.Plan.

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Youtube Channel**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – March 18, Paper 1, Morning Session**

Exams are being conducted in accordance with the Covid-19 norms. Wearing face masks is mandatory for students and exam staff. Total number of registered candidates for March session is over 6.1 lakhs.

Overall difficult level of the examination was moderate. Physics section was easy and Chemistry section was of moderate level. Mathematics section was of moderate to difficult level.

- Mathematics section consisted of questions from Vectors, Matrices, Probability, 3D Geometry, Complex numbers in Algebra.
- Physics section consisted of questions from Modern Physics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, AC Circuits, Semi-conductors and Communication devices.
- Chemistry section had a greater number of questions from Organic and Physical Chemistry compared to Inorganic Chemistry.

**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – March 18, Paper 1, Afternoon Session**

Exams are being conducted in accordance with the Covid-19 norms. Wearing face masks is mandatory for students and exam staff. Total number of registered candidates for March session is over 6.1 lakhs.

Overall difficulty level of the examination was moderate. Mathematics section was the toughest while Chemistry section was of easy to moderate level and Physics section was of moderate difficulty.

- Mathematics section consisted of questions from Vectors, Matrices, Probability, 3D Geometry, Complex numbers in Algebra.
- Physics section consisted of questions from Modern Physics, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Current Electricity, AC Circuits, Semi-conductors and Communication devices.
- Chemistry section consisted of questions from all chapters of NCERT. Equal weightage was given to physical, inorganic and organic chemistry.

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**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – March 17, Paper 1, Morning Session**

Exams are being conducted in accordance with the Covid-19 norms. Wearing face masks is mandatory for students and exam staff. Total number of registered candidates for March session is over 6.1 lakhs.

Overall difficult level of the examination was moderate. Mathematics section was the toughest section. Physics section was of easy to moderate level and Chemistry section was easy.

- Mathematics section consisted of questions from differential equations, conic sections, vectors, 3-D Geometry, coordinate geometry, matrices.
- Physics section consisted of questions from semi-conductors, current electricity, communication devices, AC circuits.
- Chemistry section consisted of questions from all chapters of NCERT. Equal weightage was given to physical, inorganic and organic chemistry.

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**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – March 17, Paper 1, Afternoon Session**

Overall difficulty level of the examination was moderate. Mathematics section was the toughest while Chemistry section was easy and Physics section was moderately difficult.

- Mathematics section consisted of questions from differential equations, conic sections, vectors, 3-D Geometry, coordinate geometry, matrices.
- Physics section consisted of questions from Kinematics, optics, magnetism, current electricity.
- Chemistry section consisted of questions from all chapters of NCERT. Equal weightage was given to physical, inorganic and organic chemistry.

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**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – March 16, Paper 1, Morning Session**

Overall difficult level of the examination was moderate to difficult. Mathematics section was the toughest section. Physics section was of easy to moderate level and Chemistry section was the easiest.

- Mathematics section consisted of questions from common tangents, definite integrals, mathematical reasoning.
- Physics section consisted of questions from Optics, Magnetism, current electricity, communication devices, heat and thermodynamics.
- Chemistry section consisted of questions from bonding, coordination compounds, metallurgy, biomolecules, metallurgy.

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**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – March 16, Paper 1, Afternoon Session**

Overall difficulty level of the examination was moderate to difficult. Mathematics section was the toughest while Chemistry and Physics sections were comparatively easier.

- Mathematics section consisted of questions from Algebra, coordinate geometry, vectors, 3-D geometry.
- Physics section consisted of questions from mechanics, electrostatics, magnetism, current electricity, heat and thermodynamics and optics.
- Chemistry section consisted of questions from chemical bonding and molecular structure, bio-molecules, polymers, equilibrium, coordination compounds, aldehydes and ketones.

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The exam analysis of JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 1 is given below. The paper was not very difficult, and it is similar in the lines of previous years' question papers. There were no surprising elements in the paper. The Chemistry was relatively easy, as most questions from NCERT books. The choice given for Numerical questions turned beneficial for students. From Chemistry Numerical, Physical Chemistry had more questions. From Polymers, there was a Match the Following type question.

Difficulty Level |
Analysis |

Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam |
Moderate |

Difficulty Level of Mathematics |
Easy to Moderate (Calculation-Based Questions) |

Difficulty Level of Physics |
Easy to Moderate |

Difficulty Level of Chemistry |
Easy |

**Please download the shift 1 question paper below.**

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The exam analysis of JEE Main 24th Feb 2021 Shift 2 is given below. Most of the questions in Chemistry were from NCERT textbooks, and the Physics section had questions from the most important topics. There were a good number of questions from the Class 11th syllabus. Compared to the previous year, the question paper has been easy this year. Most of the questions were direct and are not tricky. There were more formula-based questions.

Difficulty |
Analysis |

Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam |
Moderate |

Difficulty Level of Mathematics |
Easy to Moderate |

Difficulty Level of Physics |
Easy to Moderate |

Difficulty Level of Chemistry |
Easy |

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**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – February 25, Paper 1, Morning Session**

The total number of candidates registered for JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 examination in February 2021 is 6.5 lakhs.

The exams are being held amid Covid-19 protocols. NTA have employed several anti-cheating mechanisms including jammers, CCTV surveillance along with recording CCTVs systems of all examination centres.

- Paper was moderately difficult with students continuing to find the mathematics section to be the toughest of the three. The section had not only some tricky questions but also needed complicated calculations.
- Chemistry section was moderate and questions were mainly based on inorganic topics. Some of the topics covered were organic basic mechanism, polymers, s block elements, Thermo equilibrium.
- Mathematics section had questions from co-ordinate geometry, algebra, vectors, matrices, mathematical reasoning.
- Physics sections had questions from gravitation, waves, optics, rotation, LCR circuits, DC circuits, vernier callipers. The section had questions which required lengthy but easy calculations.

**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – February 25, Paper 1, Afternoon session**

The total number of candidates registered for JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 examination in February 2021 is 6.5 lakhs.

The exams are being held amid Covid-19 protocols. NTA have employed several anti-cheating mechanisms including jammers, CCTV surveillance along with recording CCTVs systems of all examination centres.

- Paper was moderately difficult and students found maths section moderately tough, chemistry section moderate and physics comparatively easy.
- Mathematics section had questions from calculus co-ordinate geometry and algebra.
- Chemistry section questions were mainly based on inorganic topics. They were mostly conceptual & memory-based.
- Physics section questions nearly covered all topics from NCERT 11th and 12th with complicated numerical problems.

**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – February 26, Paper 1, Morning Session**

The total number of candidates registered for JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 examination in February 2021 is 6.5 lakhs.

The exams are being held amid Covid-19 protocols. NTA have employed several anti-cheating mechanisms including jammers, CCTV surveillance along with recording CCTVs systems of all examination centres.

Overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate. Mathematics section was of moderate difficulty level and it consisted of lengthy questions. Physics section was also reported to be moderate while Chemistry section was the easiest. Each section had 20 questions were asked in Part A (MCQs) followed by 10 Numerical Type questions from Part B.

- Mathematics section consisted of questions from differential calculus, co-ordinate geometry, permutations & combinations, probability.
- Physics section had questions from electrodynamics, modern physics, electrostatics, thermodynamics, probability.
- Chemistry section had more weightage to organic and physical chemistry topics. There were questions from chemical bonding, solutions, polymers, s block elements.

**First Impressions: JEE (Main) 2021 – February 26, Paper 1, Evening Session**

The total number of candidates registered for JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 examination in February 2021 is 6.5 lakhs.

The exams are being held amid Covid-19 protocols. NTA have employed several anti-cheating mechanisms including jammers, CCTV surveillance along with recording CCTVs systems of all examination centres.

Overall difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate. Almost 50% questions were reported as easy. Physics section consisted of 12-15 formula-based questions. Physics section was of moderate level. Mathematics section was of easy to moderate level and Chemistry section was easy.

- Physics section consisted of questions from Resistance and resistivity, Dimensional analysis, Current Electricity, Oscillations and waves, atoms and nuclei, hydrogen energy levels.
- Chemistry section consisted of questions from Bond energy, isomerism, equilibrium, atomic structure, thermodynamics, kinetics, hydrocarbons, p-block elements.
- Mathematics section consisted of questions from integral and differential calculus, coordinate geometry, matrices and determinants, 3-D geometry, complex numbers, quadratic equations.