JEE Mains 2021 Day 4 Analysis: 26 February 1st Shift PCM Asked Questions, Answer key & Review

National Testing Agency on Friday, February 26 conducts JEE Mains 2021 Paper 1 computer-based test for the day 4. The examination is conducted while maintaining social distancing. An analysis of the 26th February held JEE Main 2021 examination is shared below.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Feb 26, 2021 12:01 IST
JEE Mains 2021 Day 4 Analysis: 26 February 1st Shift PCM Asked Questions, Answer key & Review
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The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Day 4, February 26 conducts JEE Main 2021 paper 1 exam for B.E/B.Tech admission programmes. As the first shift exam of JEE Main Paper 1 is over, an analysis of the asked questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics is being facilitated. The official answer key of JEE Main February 2021 session to be published after the examination is over.

Based on the reports, the examination is conducted for the last day of the February 2021 session for Joint Entrance Examination Main 2021 (JEE Main 2021). The entrance examination is held on the computer screen for over 6 lakh candidates. The first shift examination that started at 9:00 am in the Morning, lasted at 12:00 noon at designated centers across the 331 cities.

As the reports are coming in, the JEE Main 2021 Computer Based Test is reportedly conducted following the social distancing and other Covid19 guidelines released by the Government of India. The candidates are seen wearing a face mask/cover inside the examination center. The registered candidates were provided detailed instructions through the released e-Call letters.

For the JEE Main 2021 February session examination, as many as 6,61761 lakh candidates have registered for Engineering Paper 1 (BE/ B.Tech) and Paper 2 exam. The examination is being held at 852 exam centers across the country. JEE Main for Paper 1 is held for admission to B.E and B.Tech courses for the academic session 2021-22. The February 2021 exam will be followed by the next three sessions in March, April, and May 2021.

After the JEE Main 2021, Paper 1 exam of phase 1 concludes NTA shall release the Answer key, response sheets of the candidates at According to the National Testing Agency, the display of question paper attempted by the candidate and Answer keys for inviting challenges on the website of the National Testing Agency in due course. Ahead of the publication of the official JEE Main 2021 Answer key, an analysis of the 25 February paper is hereby shared.

Should read- JEE Main 2021 February 25 Shift 2 BE, B.Tech Paper Analysis & Review

JEE Main 26th February 1st Shift Analysis:

JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 is reportedly held in “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode. The first shift examination was held from 9:00 a.m to 12:00 p.m (IST). According to the students, the level of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics questions were 'Moderate'. On Friday, JEE Main Paper 1 is held for Bachelor in Engineering (B.E) and Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech). 

Mathematics Questions: As many as 20 questions were asked in Section A (MCQs) followed by 10 Numerical Type questions from section B. Questions were asked from Sets, Relations, Function, Complex Number, Permutation & Combination, Calculus, Differential Equation, Co-ordinate Geometry, Probability, and Trigonometry, etc.

Physics Questions-  As many as 20 questions were asked in Section A in Multiple Choice based Questions followed by 10 Numerical Type questions from section B. In Physics, questions were asked from Kinetics, Measurement, Gravitation, Rotational Motion, Electrostatics, Thermodynamics, Wave motion, Current Electricity, Magnetism, Optics, Magnetism etc.

Chemistry Questions: Questions from the Chemistry sections were from the States of Matter, Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure, Thermodynamics, Solution, Hydrogen Compounds, p-Block elements, s-block elements, Co-ordination Compounds, d-f block Elements, Polymers, & Hydrocarbons, Biomolecules etc.

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Note- Analysis of the 26th February paper will be aired after the examination is over.