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The JEE Main 2023 Day 1 Shift 1 exam analysis showed Mathematics to be a lengthy but relatively easy paper.

Today, January 24, the National Testing Agency (NTA) concluded the first shift of JEE Main 2023 for BTech and BE. This session was conducted for three hours, starting from 9 AM to 12 noon. Those who attended the JEE Main 2023 paper today found mathematics to be lengthy and hard, while the physics and chemistry sections were judged as moderate to simple.

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JEE Main 2023 exam analysis for January 24 shift 1 for Paper 1

  • Mathematics – Mathematics paper was lengthy and difficult
  • Physics – Physics section had formula-based questions
  • Chemistry – Physical organic chemistry had more numerical based questions.

According to students, there was one question from reasoning and four questions from vector 3D.

JEE Main 2023 January 24 Shift 1 section-wise difficulty level

SubjectDifficulty Level
MathematicsDifficult
PhysicsModerate
ChemistryEasy
Overall difficultyModerate

Saurabh Kumar, the Chief Academics Officer of Vidyamandir Classes, suggested that the JEE Main 2023 paper was similar to the one from the year before, with a comparable difficulty level. He noted that the Physics part was comprised of formulas while Chemistry had questions from both organic and inorganic sources. He further explained that Mathematics was more challenging and included more questions on thermodynamics, semiconductor, and kinematics.

The following JEE Mains 2023 session will start at 3 pm and end at 6 pm. The NTA will be releasing the JEE Main 2023 admit card on the website jeemain.nta.nic.in shortly. The National Testing Agency (NTA) is organizing the first examination of JEE Main 2023 on January 24th, 25th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st and February 1st.

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