JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis Jan 24 Shift 1 and Shift 2 is available for B.E./B.Tech paper conducted by NTA from 9 AM to 12 PM. Along with JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis candidates can also check the subject-wise topics with the highest weightage in JEE Main 2023, memory-based questions, etc.
JEE Main 2023 was conducted online as a computer-based test. Candidates were given 3 hours to attempt 75 out of 90 questions. JEE Main 2023 Question Paper is going to be released in 13 languages including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. Also, Check JEE Main 2023 Answer Key
JEE Main Analysis 2023 is based on the reactions from students and expert reviews. Check the complete exam analysis, difficulty level, marking scheme, key highlights, and other details for JEE Main 2023 Jan 24 Shift 1 exam in this article below!
JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis Jan 24 Shift 1
|Details of Exam||Exam Analysis (Based on Initial Reaction of Students)|
|Overall Difficulty Level||Moderately Easy|
|Difficulty Level of Physics||Moderately Easy|
|Difficulty Level of Chemistry||Moderate to difficult|
|Difficulty Level of Mathematics||Lengthy and Moderate|
|Physics Topics with Highest Weightage||Majority of questions were asked from Electronics and Thermodynamics topics such as Capacitors, Resistance, etc. Several Optics (Ray and Wave) questions were also included.|
|Chemistry Topics with Highest Weightage||Organic chemistry had the highest weightage with questions on identifying the reactant and reactions. No question was asked from the IUPAC nomenclature.|
|Mathematics Topics with Highest Weightage||Questions were asked about tricky topics such as Conic Sections, Vector 3D, and Integration|
Physics: Physics was the easiest subject to attempt compared to other sections in this question paper. Chemistry: This section had the most number of difficult questions in this question paper. Mathematics: This section of the paper was moderately challenging to answer in the exam
JEE Main 2023 Paper Analysis Jan 24 Shift 2
|Details of Exam||Exam Analysis (Based on Initial Reaction of Students)|
|Overall Difficulty Level||Easy to Moderate|
|Difficulty Level of Physics||Easy|
|Difficulty Level of Chemistry||Easy|
|Difficulty Level of Mathematics||Moderately Difficult|
|Physics Topics with Highest Weightage||Equal weightage was given to almost all important sections in the physics syllabus. Questions were asked from important chapters such as Wave Optics, Modern Physics, Electrostatics, EM Waves, Work, Power & Energy, Magnetism, Kinematics, Kinetic Theory of Gases, and Heat & Thermodynamics.|
|Chemistry Topics with Highest Weightage||Organic Chemistry was given higher weightage with questions from Amines, Aldehydes & Ketones, and General Organic Chemistry. Physical chemistry questions were asked in the numerical section from chapters such as Chemical Kinetics, Ionic Equilibrium, and Atomic Structure. Inorganic chemistry has the least weightage but was the trickiest part of the section.|
|Mathematics Topics with Highest Weightage||Higher weightage was given to the algebra section which included questions from Permutation & Combination, Complex Numbers, Matrices & Determinants, Statistics, Vectors, Progression & Series, and 3D Geometry. The numerical section included questions from Calculus that were time-consuming and lengthy.|
Physics: As per our expert analysis on memory-based question paper, Physics was the easiest subject to answer compared to other sections in this paper. Chemistry: This section of the paper was moderately challenging to attempt in the exam. Mathematics: Math section had the maximum number of difficult questions.
JEE Main Question Paper Pattern
JEE Main Question Paper is based on MCQs and Numerical Type Questions. There are three sections in the paper which include Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
A total of 30 questions are asked in each section of the paper carrying a total weightage of 300 marks (each question carrying 4 marks). There is also a negative marking of 1 marks for each incorrect answer.
|Subject||section A||Section B||marks|
|Total question = 75 out of 90||300 marks|
*Out of these 10 questions asked in Section B of JEE Main 2023 Question Paper, candidates must answer any 5 questions.
JEE Main 2023 Question Paper & answer key Jan 24
JEE Main 2023 Question Paper for B.E./B.Tech paper scheduled on Jan 24 Shift 1 & shift 2 will be updated here after the conclusion of the exam. NTA will release JEE Main 2023 Question Paper PDF on the official website- jeemain.nta.nic.in. Link to download JEE Main 2023 Question Paper Jan 24 Shift 1 will also be updated in the table below.
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How to Download JEE Main Answer Key 2023 by NTA
The NTA will release JEE Main 2023 answer key only online on the official website. Students can download their JEE Main answer key 2023 by logging into the official website The steps to download the answer key are as follows:
- Visit the official website and click on the answer key link
- Log in using your JEE Main application form number and date of birth
- Click on the submit button to view the answer on the screen
- The answer key can be downloaded as a PDF file
Jee Mains 2023 January Session Expected Cutoffs
|Category||shift 2 Cutoff Score||shift 1 cutoff score|
|Common Rank List (CRL)||80marks||81 mark|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL)||60marks||61 Mark|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||40 marks||39 Marks|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||34 marks||33 Marks|
How to Challenge JEE Main 2023 Answer Key?
The facility to challenge the JEE Main Answer key 2023 will be available online once the answer key is released. Candidates need to log in on the official website for challenging the answer key and pay a processing fee of INR 200 per question using credit/debit card/Net banking/UPI/PAYTM service. The fee is non-refundable. However, if the challenge is approved by NTA, the fee will be refunded. The procedure to challenge the answer key is:
- Log in with Application Number and Date of Birth/Password
- At the Candidates’ Login Screen, select- “Challenge Answer Key” or “Challenge Recorded Response”
- For Recorded Response, select Question Number, Recorded Answer, and Claimed Answer. Then, add to the claims list
- For Answer Key, enter book number, question number, answer, and claimed answer. Then, add to the claims list
- Make the payment by Debit/Credit/Net banking
JEE Main 2023 Answer Key: How to Calculate Score
Candidates can calculate their probable score using the JEE Main answer key 2023. Students need to follow the below steps to download it:
- Candidates can use their OMR sheet/JEE Main response sheet to compare the marked responses with the answers given in the JEE Main answer key
- For correct answers, candidates will be awarded four marks
- For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted
- If a candidate didn’t attempt a question, that question will not be evaluated and the candidate will secure zero marks for that particular question
- Based on this marking scheme, candidates can calculate and get a rough estimate of the total marks they will be securing in JEE Main
JEE Main 2023 Marking Scheme
Candidates must note that the sore calculated using the above steps will be probable or approximate because the authorities may cancel any question or even change the correct response in JEE Main answer key 2023. Thus, the score so calculated may vary with the final JEE Main result of a candidate.
|Type of Response||Marking Scheme|
|Correct response||Four marks awarded|
|Incorrect response||One mark deducted|
|No answer||No marks|
|Marked for review||No Marks|