## Download JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Solutions for 17 March Shift 1 PDF

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**1. What is the syllabus asked in the JEE Mains Question Paper?**

The Syllabus for JEE Mains is divided into three sections or subjects are Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The class 11 and 12 syllabus comprises the syllabus for JEE Mains which is asked in the question paper in the form of MCQs and Numerical value type questions. The students can download the complete JEE Mains syllabus from the Vedantu website or the app free of cost. The subjects consist of the following number of units that comprise the total syllabus for JEE Mains:

**Mathematics:**16 Units**Chemistry:**28 Units**Physics:**21 Units

**2. What is the paper pattern of the JEE Mains Question Paper?**

The paper pattern for JEE Mains examination is created in a way that tests both the problem-solving and thinking skills of the students and it is customised to suit the course which the students will be pursuing post this entrance test. First of all, the JEE Mains exam takes place over two papers : Paper I for students wanting to pursue B. Tech courses and Paper II for students who wish to pursue B. Arch or B. Plan. The questions in Paper I for B. Tech have only objective-type questions (MCQs and Numerical Value) while Paper II has MCQs, numerical value questions along with Drawing Aptitude and Planning based Aptitude tests. The total marks for JEE Mains Paper I and Paper II are 300 and 400 respectively. In both the papers, 4 marks are rewarded for every correct MCQ-type question’s answer while 1 mark is deducted for every wrong answer.

**3. How many questions are to be attempted in the JEE Mains Question Paper?**

The JEE Mains Question Paper has a total of 90 questions for Paper-I out of which only 75 questions need to be attempted by the students. All the three sections of the JEE Mains that are Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics contain 30 questions each. Out of these 20 are MCQ-type questions and the rest 10 questions are numerical value type questions. Only 5 of these Numerical Value type questions are to be attempted for each subject. This makes the total number of MCQ questions to be attempted 60 out of 60 while the Numerical Value type questions to be attempted to be 15 out of the total 30.

**4. Where can I download the syllabus for the JEE Mains Question Paper?**

Students who are appearing for the JEE Mains can download the syllabus for classes 11 and 12 from the final JEE Mains syllabus from the Vedantu Website. The syllabus for all subjects of the JEE Mains question paper can be downloaded from the Vedantu website or the app free of cost along with other study materials and reference materials such as revision notes, past year question papers, solutions for popular reference books, etc. The syllabus provided by Vedantu covers all the necessary topics and the name of all units so that students are well informed of the concepts coming in the JEE Mains.

**5. What are the most important topics from all three sections of the JEE Mains Question Paper?**

JEE Mains syllabus gives more prevalence to some concepts and chapters more than the other when it comes to the questions in the question paper. In order to make sure that students don't miss out on the opportunity to score on the questions asked from these chapters, here's a list of important units from the three sections of the JEE Mains Question paper:

**Mathematics: **

Set, Relations, and Functions

Coordinate Geometry

**Physics:**

Thermodynamics

Electronic Devices

**Chemistry:**

Organic Chemistry

Electrochemistry

Some basic concepts of chemistry