Memory Based paper analysis – 7th Jan JEE 2020
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We are going to share with you the memory based paper analysis and concluding tips of it, which may prove right path showing way in a nut shell. Tips before the exam which are based on latest conducted exam of JEE 2020 in January, analysis which are memory based and are not easily found at any platform. This type of analysis may prove game changer and quick directing towards the selected portion of syllabus and to prepare the questions of similar patterns in a quick digesting way. The JEE exam on 7th Jan 2020 was conducted in two shifts.
The pattern is divided in three categories as easy, medium and difficult.
The analysis of JEE Main 2020 (shift 1 and shift 2)
From the above given tables you can easily conclude the types of questions and their sources.
The numerical questions are medium and difficult level in chemistry. Here we infer that numerical in chemistry should be practiced well focussing on medium and difficult levels. In physics, numerical questions are average level
The questions in maths are in the form of MCQs, so practicing MCQs will benefit you and questions from class 11 and 12 are nearly equal in number.
But in chemistry you can see the variation in the number of questions.
Symbol used E=easy
Chapter wise analysis physics JEE Mains 2020
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The above two tables are of chemistry JEE mains conducted on 07.01.2020 and here the level is almost same for all type of questions.
In chemistry most of the numerical questions are from difficulty level. So, be directed with the exam pattern.
Chapter wise analysis maths JEE Mains 2020
JEE MAIN 2020
In the above given tables both classes 11 and 12 chapters are shown with the level of difficulty. The solution comes out here is to study with the chapters and their level of difficulty.
This is memory based analysis, and is quite sufficient to guide you and the way to show you the right path and time to make proper exam strategy.