JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Analysis (Out)


JEE Main Question Paper Analysis 2021JEE Main 2021 Exam Analysis has been released for Day 1 (Paper 2A – B.Arch) exam. This national level exam is held for admission into B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch & B.Plan courses in various renowned institutions of the country. Here, candidates can check complete exam analysis of JEE Main February session exams. Paper of B.Arch and B.Plan is conducted through online mode while drawing test is held in offline mode. Candidates can check shift wise analysis of JEE Main 2021 Exam from this article.

JEE Main Exam Analysis – Released

newiconJEE Main 2021 Exam Analysis has been released on 23rd February 2021 for Day 1 (Paper 2A – B.Arch) exam. Check details below.

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JEE Main 2021 Shift I Analysis

Day 1 (23rd February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The first shift of JEE Main 2021 Exam held for Paper 2A (B.Arch) for the 1st session has been conducted successfully from 9 am to 12 noon. According to the feedback of the students who appeared for the B.Arch exam, the difficulty level of the paper was easy to moderate level. There was change in the pattern of choices which according to the students was a good move.

The Mathematics section was considered easier than the aptitude section as per the review of some students. Overall students have shown a happy & satisfied reaction for the paper.

As per the reports, total of 63K+ candidates had registered for the paper. Memory based JEE Main 2021 Questions & Answer key will be released soon on the website.

Analysis According to Institutions: The complete analysis according to various coaching institutions will be provided soon. Students will be able to check the complete exam analysis of JEE Main February session 2021 through online mode.

Various coaching institutions will also release the answer key on the website. We will update details in the article when it will be available. Till then keep checking our article for latest updates related to the JEE Main exam analysis.

Day 2 (24th February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 1st shift of JEE Main 2021 (24th February) exam will be conducted between 9am to 12 noon. Complete analysis as per the feedback of the appeared students will be updated after the completion of exam.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

Day 3 (25th February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 1st shift of JEE Main 2021 (25th February) exam will be conducted between 9am to 12 noon. Complete analysis as per the feedback of the appeared students will be updated after the completion of exam.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

Day 4 (26th February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 1st shift of JEE Main 2021 (26th February) exam will be conducted between 9am to 12 noon. Complete analysis as per the feedback of the appeared students will be updated after the completion of exam.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

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JEE Main 2021 Question Papers

JEE Main 2021 Shift II Analysis

Day 1 (23rd February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2021 (23rd February) exam for Paper 2B – B.Plan exam will be conducted between 3pm to 6pm. Complete analysis as per the feedback of the appeared students will be updated after the completion of exam.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

Day 2 (24th February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2021 (24th February) exam will be conducted between 3pm to 6pm. Complete analysis as per the feedback of the appeared students will be updated after the completion of exam.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

Day 3 (25th February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2021 (25th February) exam will be conducted between 3pm to 6pm. Complete analysis as per the feedback of the appeared students will be updated after the completion of exam.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

Day 4 (26th February 2021):

Analysis According to Students: The 2nd shift of JEE Main 2021 (26th February) exam will be conducted between 3pm to 6pm. Complete analysis as per the feedback of the appeared students will be updated after the completion of exam.

Analysis According to Institutions: Various coaching institutions will also release the exam analysis. The analysis will be provided on the website when it will be released by the institutions.

JEE Main 2021 Shifts Timing

The shift timing of JEE Main 2021 examination is mentioned below:

Shifts Exam Start Exam End
Shift I 09:00 AM 12:00 PM
Shift II 03:00 PM 06:00 PM

What After JEE Main 2021 Exam?

National Testing agency (NTA) will release the Optical Response Sheet (ORS) after the exam. Candidates can match their answers and get the clear idea about expected marks.

If any candidate is having any doubt regarding any question in the JEE Main 2021 answer key, they can challenge for the answer for that question by submitting Justification of the answer through challenge form on the website.

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