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JEE Main 2022 29 June shift 2 Maths Exam Analysis

JEE Main shift 2 paper conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on 29 June 2022 has been successfully completed. The exam has 3 subjects- Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Here we would be focusing on the JEE Main shift 2 Maths exam paper analysis. Questions were asked from several chapters like Vectors, Algebra and Dimensional Geometry. Students were required to do a lot of calculations making the paper a bit lengthy. Overall, it was a balanced paper and could be completed by the students. 

Our JEE Experts have shared here a detailed analysis of the Maths questions in JEE Main shift 2 held on 29 June 2022. This JEE Main 2022 29 June shift 2 Maths Exam Analysis will help you to evaluate your performance and predict your scores/rankings. On this page, we have provided below the JEE Main 2022 Question paper with solutions, Maths analysis to help you cross-verify the answers that you have written during the JEE Examination. This Maths paper analysis provided by our faculties will help you to prepare well for the future exams. We will also provide the JEE Main 2022 answer key.

Based on the reactions shared, the Mathematics section was quite lengthy as usual, making it moderately difficult. About 5 questions were asked from Calculus and a huge number of questions from Algebra, 4 questions from coordinate geometry, 4 questions from Vectors, and 3-dimensional geometry. There were also questions asked from the chapters like permutations-Combinations and Probability. Our experts stated ‘Practicing a lot of mock tests would be the right approach for the preparation of this paper and score excellent results.’

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FAQs on JEE Main 2022 Question Paper Analysis

 Question: Was the JEE Main 2022 29 June shift 2 Math Exam Difficult?
Answer:
JEE Main 2022 shift 1 Maths paper for 29 June was moderate to difficult because of some lengthy calculations involved. A lot of weightage was given to chapters like Algebra, Calculus, Vectors & 3D. Overall, it was moderate and students were able to complete the paper within 3 hours. 

Question: When will the JEE Main 2022 29 June shift 2 Answer Key be released?
Answer:
It is expected that NTA might release the JEE Main 2022 answer key in the first week of July (Tentative). However, there is no official confirmation as of now. NTA will first release the provisional answer key with a time period for a challenge. After considering the challenges, NTA will then release the JEE Main final answer key in 2022.

Question: What are the minimum marks to appear for JEE Mains 2022 29 June shift 2?
Answer:
General candidates require a minimum of 75% aggregate in 10+2 or equivalent exams. SC/ST/PWD candidates must score a minimum aggregate of 65% in 10+2 or equivalent exams.

Question: Can I change JEE Main 2022 exam centre anytime?
Answer:
No, candidates will not be able to change the previously selected exam centres anytime. Students can only update the exam centre details when the correction window is open. 

Question: Were the questions asked in JEE Main 2022 29 June shift 2 Maths section tricky?
Answer:
As per the experts from Aakash BYJU, the overall difficulty level of JEE Main shift 1 exam on 29 June was easy to moderate in difficulty level. The Mathematics section was quite lengthy as a few questions involved lengthy calculations.

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