jee mains 2020 analysis and answer key

JEE Main 2020 Shift 1 -3rd September Analysis & Expected cutoffs

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Highlights of the JEE Main September 2020 Exam

  • As per students, today’s exam, the overall level of the exam was moderate
  • Physics section was considered Difficult & lengthy by students.
  • Maths was moderate and lengthy. Students could attempt 12-14 questions with ease.
  • The chemistry was the Easiest section again. Questions were directly based on NCERT.
  • Here is the section-wise analysis for Day 3 Morning Shift.

Overall the paper was difficult from 2nd SEP { 1st and 2nd shift }

JEE Main 2020 Paper Analysis for Physics

Physics was Moderately Difficult. Students found this section a bit of time taking. Scoring well in this section will be the key to a good percentile. Some questions were found to be tricky by students. The number of good attempts for this section is 12-14.

Topics No. of Questions
Mechanics 6
Electrostatic & Magnetism 6
Current Electricity & EMI4
Heat & Thermodynamics4
Optics & Modern Physics5

JEE Main 2020 Paper Analysis for Chemistry

The chemistry was easy again. Almost the whole exam was NCERT Based. It was again the easiest of all. Students can save time in this section & use it in the other 2 sections. The number of good attempts for this section is 15-16.

TopicNo. of Questions
Organic Chemistry10
Inorganic Chemistry7
Physical Chemistry8

JEE Main 2020 Paper Analysis for Mathematics

Mathematics was Moderate. Students found a few questions lengthy. Numerical questions were calculative as in the Physics section. For the next attempt, students should focus on Algebra and Calculus. The number of good attempts for this section is 12-14.

TopicNo. of Questions
Calculus 7
Trigonometry 4
Coordinate Geometry7


CategoryCutoff Score
Common Rank List (CRL)75-80 marks
GEN-EWS57-60 marks
Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL)53-55 marks
Scheduled Caste (SC)35 marks
Scheduled Tribe (ST)32 marks

Jee Mains 2020 Question Paper + Answer Key PDF

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