CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) conducted JEE Main in online mode (Computer Test Based) on April 9th& 10th. JEE Main 2016 saw more than 13 lakh students aspiring to get into undergraduate courses like B.Tech/B.E and B.Arch/B.Planning in prestigious institutes like NIT, IIIT and other central funded technical institutes.
JEE Main marks the first step to IIT aspirants, who would then emulate with other candidates (based on JEE Main 2016 cutoff) in JEE Advance to get into prestigious institutes like IIT and ISM, Dhanbad.
JEE Main 2016 – Analysis
JEE Main 2016 conducted on April 9, 2016 and April 10, 2016 was in online mode. The JEE Main has 3 sections each for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The questions asked with multiple choice answers (MCQ’s). Each section has 30 questions and the total marks for each section is 120.
The online mode was relatively easier when compared to offline mode.
JEE Main 2016 Analysis – Physics
Physics section was the toughest amongst the 3 sections, but when compared with JEE Main 2016 offline mode; it was easy.
JEE Main 2016 Analysis – Chemistry
Chemistry section was the easiest section with many questions that were direct and memory based.
JEE Main 2016 Analysis – Mathematics
Maths section was easy but was lengthy. Though many students pointed out that, there was one question in Math section which had no matching option.< >Overall, JEE Main 2016 in online mode was of moderate difficulty level with at least 1 question from each of the chapters in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
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