JEE Main 2017 Online Exam Analysis

JEE Main 2017 Online Exam for the first day – April 8 has ended. presents the JEE Main online exam analysis 2017 compiled from interviews with students, experts and parents. The overall exam analysis for day 1 of JEE  Main CBT shows mixed reactions with most students feeling that the overall paper was moderate to easy, questions were good, there were no reported wrong questions and no glitches were reported. 

Candidates had to report two and a half hours early to the exam centres along with their JEE Main admit cards 2017. They were not allowed to carry any pens inside as CBSE made arrangements to supply them inside the exam centre. Read on to know how the JEE Main 2017 Online exam analysis for day 1.

JEE Main 2017 online exam analysis (April 8)

Most students found it on the same level as the pen and paper exam held in April. Neerja, a student who was trying JEE Main for the first time said: "I checked the papers available on April 2. The newspaper today was also similar.I found the mathematics difficult but I will better mark In Physics and Chemistry, both of which were very easy for me. "

Raunak – “I did well in all sections. Maths needed a bit of thinking but then it was easier than expected. I should definitely qualify for JEE Advanced”.

Shreeya – “There were no glitches during my session which was in the morning. We also didn’t face any problems otherwise at the centre. It was a smooth process. The exam however was tough for me. I haven’t taken any coaching and this is my first attempt. I would be happy to qualify though I am not bothered much”

Saksham – “Everyone was of the opinion that the online JEE Main tests will be easier. It is a myth. They are of the same level of difficulty. I was careful to save all my options. I heard of bad experiences earlier when some of my seniors had forgotten to do that and at the end their answers were not saved.”

Meenakshi – “Mock tests allowed me to be familiar with the online format. It was good and I am glad. Maths was not tough for me but I felt that the paper was lengthy so I had to manage my time accordingly. I appeared for the afternoon session”.

We shall present the JEE Main 2017 exam analysis for the CBT test scheduled on April 9 also. The JEE Main 2017 Answer Key will be available soon from leading coaching centres as the online questions have to be compiled with the help of the feedback from students who have appeared for the tests today. The official answer keys will be available from April 18 onwards and candidates can challenge the same till April 22, 2017 on payment of a fee.

Candidates can check their JEE Main Result 2017 on April 27, 2017 for the Paper 1. They will have to log in and check the same. Candidates who have appeared for Paper 2 can check their JEE Main 2017 Result for Paper 2 on May 27.

The JEE Main 2017 exam was held in the offline mode on April 2, 2017. Two sessions of the online tests held on April 8 are over while two more sessions will be held on April 9, 2017 from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and 2 to 5 pm. The JEE Main 2017

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