The Joint Entrance Test (JEE) conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) was held on September 5th, 2020 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The difficulty level for the paper was said to be moderate by most candidates who appeared in the examination. The difficulty level was nearly the same as it was in the first shift of the examination on the same day. The examination included questions from across Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
The Mathematics paper was moderate in terms of difficulty level. It included questions from Coordinate Geometry, Calculus and Algebra. The level of the Physics section was fairly difficult and consisted majorly of questions from Mechanics and Modern Physics. The Chemistry section was comparatively easier than the Physics and Mathematics sections. The majority of questions were from the Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry topics in the Chemistry section.
There were a total of 75 questions. These questions were equally divided across three subjects, having 25 questions each. Out of 25 questions in each section, 20 were Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) while the remaining 5 were Numerical answer types.
The difficulty level of the JEE examination cannot be predicted. Hence, it is advised that candidates practice well in order to increase the chances of clearing the Examination. Students can download previous years’ JEE exam papers from the Unacademy website and practice them. The solutions are also provided for students’ reference. The more students practice, the better they can master the concepts.
Interested candidates may go through the JEE Main 2020 Sep 05 Second Shift Question Paper and download it from the given link.