The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) every year. Candidates appear in this examination to seek admission into esteemed universities – National Institute of Technology (NIT), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and others. The examination covers questions from three subjects- Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. The examination is held in two different shifts – morning shift and evening shift.
In the JEE Main August 26 2021 First Shift Question Paper, the Mathematics portion of the paper was moderately difficult as per the candidates who appeared on the examination. Most of the questions involved lengthy and calculation-based questions. When talking about the Chemistry section of the paper, it was comparatively easy as compared to the Mathematics section.
The questions were mainly based on both Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry. The Physics part of the question paper in JEE Main August 26 2021 First Shift was moderately difficult for the candidates who had appeared. There were a total of 30 questions from each subject out of which 20 were Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and the rest 10 were Integer type questions in which only 5 were to be attempted.
Candidates planning to appear for the JEE exam need to start practicing the previous year’s questions. This will help them get an idea about time management and make sure they have enough time to attempt most of the questions from all the sections.
The applicants willing to check out the JEE Main August 26 2021 First Shift question paper should click on the link mentioned below.