JEE Main 2021 February Analysis- JEE Main All Slots Complete Exam Analysis

By Gagan Makkar|Updated : February 23rd, 2021

JEE Main 2021 Feb Analysis 2021 All shifts - Question Paper Analysis for JEE Main Feb 2021

Do not forget to join the session on time. Mark your calendar, set an alert, make a note or do whatever to remember the time 3 PM. You cannot afford to miss the session at any cost. Be the most updated candidate among your group.

Latest: JEE Main 2021 Feb 24 Day 2 Analysis 

JEE Main 2021 is being conducted in four phases that is February, March, April and May. You can check the paper analysis for all phases here. Phase 1 is to be held from 23rd to 26th February 2021. Wait is about to get over now. Appearing candidates will be able to look over the JEE Main analysis 2021 for each shift in detail.

You must be waiting for JEE main shift 1 paper analysis 2021 February session

BYJU'S Exam Prep brings the fastest and accurate analysis of the paper every year consistently thus, students trust us with the proper feedback after the exam. Candidates will be able to check the JEE Main paper analysis for all four sessions exclusively on BYJU'S Exam Prep individually for Physics, chemistry and mathematics section wise. Majorly focused topics which were asked the most in the paper.

BYJU'S Exam Prep will conduct a complete exclusive analysis by BYJU'S Exam Prep expert teachers. Thorough analysis shall highlight the level of difficulty, types of questions asked, approach to solve the question, student reviews, memory based questions, and much more. The paper analysis for all 3 days will be conducted at 3 pm after the examination. JEE Main shift 1 paper analysis 2021 February session is here!

Questions & solutions pdf will also be provided on the same day which you cannot find anywhere else. Students who are about to appear for the examination for the next day or next year can also join the JEE Main 2021 Feb 23 analysis session to understand the characteristics or pattern of the exam. 

Our experts will also talk about the percentile you can expect on the basis of the marks you are going to score in the examination based on previous year’s data.

NTA is expected to release the result for phase 1 in the first week of March.

The other 3 phases will take place as mentioned below:

Phase 2: 15th March 2021 to 18th March 2021

Timings are expected to be the same as phase 1 for both the shifts. Admit cards for phase 2 will be released by NTA in the first week of march. Further, the results are predicted to be announced one week post the completion of the examination of phase 2 that is in the last week of March.

Phase 3: 27th April 2021 to 30th April 2021

Admit cards will be released by NTA in the mid of April. Results are expected to be announced in the second week of May.

Phase 4: 24th May 2021 to 28th May 2021

Admit cards are expected to be released by NTA in the middle of May month. Results will be announced by the first week of June 2021.

Please note that shift timings are different for shift 1 and shift 2 respectively. Instructions, timings etc provided by NTA on their official website or on admit card is final.

Keeping in view the planning of JEE main 2021, it is expected that you will get ample amount of time to fill application form for the next phase (if needed).

Previous Years’ JEE Main Analysis - JEE Main 2020 Analysis

JEE Main 2021 exam pattern has slight changes as compared to the last year. This year JEE Main has come up with a lot of drastic changes in paper pattern in terms of number of questions the paper will have. This year, the total number of questions will be 90 out of which 75 questions are mandatory to attempt. In addition to this, the exam will have an add-on section “Numeric value based questions” which has no negative marking. Everybody has mixed reactions over the addition of numeric value based sections. It is expected that it will be easier as this is happening for the first time. However, the JEE exam is always unpredictable, all we can do is to prepare well and hope for the best to happen.  

You can also go through the analysis made last year,

Try giving your best in the first attempt, don’t take this attempt lightly thinking that there are still 3 more attempts. First attempt is usually the easiest & most students score best percentile in their first attempt. This analysis by BYJU'S Exam Prep will not only help you with analyzing your performance but our expert teachers will also give you tips to improve your score in future attempts.

Do not forget to join the session on time. Mark your calendar, set an alert, make a note or do whatever to remember the time 3 PM. You cannot afford to miss the session at any cost. Be the most updated candidate among your group.

Frequently asked questions
Q. Shall the candidate receive the copy of their response sheet?

A. NTA will release the JEE Main response sheet after the conclusion of the exam. To download the response sheet, candidates would require to login using their application number and password.

Q. What is the expected safe score?

A. There’s no prediction of the safe score yet but it is good if you have a score above 175. You will be eligible for JEE advance and might secure a seat in NIT.

Q. What is the expected cut off score?

A. Expected score depends on the level of difficulty the examination had and can only be decided once the analysis is done. As per the observation from previous year’s data, it should be 75 for OBC category and 95 for general category. Further for this year, it has not been decided yet.

Q. Shall a candidate register for all 4 phases to attempt in JEE Main 2021?

A. Yes, you can register in all four phases to attempt in JEE Main 2021. If you are confident enough that you will clear the examination in one go, then you need not to register for further phases.

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