JEE Main 2022 | Physics 25th June Morning Shift Question Paper- Answer key with Detailed Solutions
JEE Main 2022 Physics question paper 25 June morning can be downloaded from Vedantu in PDF format for free. JEE APEX Board, the conducting body for 25 June morning shift JEE Main 2022, conducted the exam in 13 languages. For candidates who are yet to take JEE Main 2022 in other shifts and sessions, it is important to get an understanding of the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main official question paper 2022 Physics and its analysis from experts and answer keys prepared by our master teachers.
For candidates who took the exam on 25 June morning and are waiting for the solutions to evaluate their tentative scores, the good news is that the detailed analysis of the Physics questions and the JEE Main Physics answer keys 2022 25 June shift 1 question paper will be available on Vedantu after the exam. Candidates can download the JEE Main 2022 Physics question paper PDF for free from Vedantu post examination.
How to Download Physics Question Paper of JEE Main 2022 June 25 Morning?
You can download the memory-based JEE Main 25 June morning 2022 Physics question paper with solutions PDF from here. Just click on the link given in the below table to download the JEE Main Physics question paper. By downloading the question paper and its solutions, not only will you be able to analyse the difficulty level of the exam, your tentative JEE Main scores, but you will also be able to calculate the JEE Main 2022 cut-off, and your tentative JEE Main rank.
In comparison to last year's JEE Main exam, candidates found the overall questions in Physics to bemoderate to difficultthis year. However, a few candidates have mentioned difficulty attempting questions such as application-based problems. The comprehensive analysis of each question from Physics in the question paper of JEE Main 2022 will be available on Vedantu after the exam. Also, some essential tips and tricks will be discussed to ensure that candidates’ performance improves in the upcoming JEE Main 2022 shifts and sessions.
Candidates should look into the type of questions asked from the topics covered in Physics to refine their approach to solve the questions in the upcoming JEE Main 2022 exams effectively.
FAQs on JEE Main 2022 Physics Question Paper with Solutions (25 June Morning Shift)
1. How do I get 80+ in JEE Main Physics?
To get an 80+ in JEE Main Physics, you need to prepare all topics and sub-topics covered in the syllabus thoroughly. Do not skip any topic and practice MCQs from the prescribed reference books for JEE Main Physics. You can make a note of the formulason a separate sheet and keep it in handy for revision. It is also very important to solve and practice numerical problems from all the chapters to enhance your problem-solving speed and understanding of topics. Lastly, you should devise a suitable exam strategy to attempt maximum questions from Physics in JEE Main correctly within the given time to score well in the exam.
2. Can I prepare Class 11 Physics in one month for JEE Main 2022?
Yes, you can prepare Class 11 Physics in a month for JEE Main 2022. Choose the most recommended study materials for your preparation so that you can have all your concepts clear. You can download and refer to the JEE Main Physics Revision Notesand JEE Main 2022 important questions for free from Vedantu for your exam preparation. Also, you can take JEE Main Mock Tests and assess your preparation of the Class 11 Physics topics in the real-time exam scenario. Thus, you can cover Class 11 Physics in a month for JEE Main 2022 if you implement the right ways.
3. What are some of the most important topics of Physics as per the JEE Main 25 June morning shift question paper analysis?
The following are the most important topics of Physics as per the questions paper analysis of JEE Main question paper.
Electromagnetism and electromagnetic wave
4. What was the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main 25 June morning shift question paper?
The question paper for JEE Main 25 June morning shift can be classified as moderately difficult. The mathematics section was lengthy and difficult, while physics was comparatively moderate. The chemistry section was the easiest of all. The questions were asked from the concepts of NCERT, and the questions were asked from the syllabi of both classes 11 and 12.