JEE Main 2022 | 26th June Evening Shift Question Paper - Answer key with Detailed Solutions
JEE APEX Board, the conducting body of JEE Main for 26 June Evening JEE Main 2022 Question Paper, conducted the exam in 13 regional languages.
As Candidates who are yet to give the other JEE Main 2022 shifts and sessions, it becomes important to get the gist of the overall difficulty level of the Question Paper along with the analysis from experts and answer keys curated by the master teachers.
And candidates who gave the attempt are waiting for a detailed analysis of the question paper and solutions to evaluate their performance. The good news is that the detailed analysis of the question paper and the answer key for JEE Main 2022 (26 June Evening ) will be available on Vedantu after the exam is over. You can download the 26 June Evening JEE Main 2022 Question Paper in free PDF from our website post examination.
JEE Main 2022 Question Paper with Solutions (26 June Evening Shift)
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JEE Main 2022 Question Paper June Session - Important Information
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Joint Entrance Examination Main 2022
Session 1 - June 2022
Morning Shift - 9 am to 12 noon
Evening Shift - 3 pm to 6 pm
Duration of the Examination
Paper 1 – for B.E./B.Tech courses
Computer Based Test (CBT)
Pen and paper based or offline test for B.Arch Drawing Test
Each correct answer = +4 marks
Each incorrect answer = -1 mark
Unattempted questions = 0 marks
How to Download Question Paper of JEE Main 2022 (June 26 Evening)?
You can download question paper solutions of JEE Main 2022 from Vedantu. Just click on the links to download the free PDF of the solutions. By downloading the question paper solutions, you can analyse the difficulty level of the exam, how much score you will get, what could be the cut-off, and what your rank could be.
In comparison to last year's paper, candidates found the overall question paper to bemoderate to difficultthis year. However, a few candidates have mentioned difficulty in attempting questions that came from Physics and Mathematics. The comprehensive analysis of the question paper of JEE Main 2022 can be accessed here.
Candidates should dig into the type of questions from a topic or concept and refine their approach towards a question accordingly.
JEE Main 2022 26 June Evening Shift (Shift 2) - Question Paper Analysis
The question paper analyses for the JEE Main 2022 26 June Evening Shift have been provided below for students’ reference. It is recommended that students read through these points to prepare for their upcoming exams accordingly. Students should strategise their study plans and regimes by revising all the important concepts and questions from each of the three sections.
Physics Question Paper Analysis
The Physics section was moderately difficult as compared to the Maths and Chemistry sections.
13 questions comprising 52 marks came from the Class 11 syllabus, and an equal number of questions comprising the same total score came form the Class 12 syllabus.
14, 11, and 1 questions were of easy, medium, and difficult levels, respectively.
The questions were mostly from the NCERT textbooks and students who had practised the same had a better luck solving the questions in the exam.
Capacitors, Semiconductors, and Communication System were the important topics in this section, from which most of the questions were asked.
Chemistry Question Paper Analysis
The Chemistry section was the easiest compared to the Physics and Maths sections.
11 questions comprising 44 marks came from the Class 11 syllabus, and 19 questions comprising 76 marks came from the Class 12 syllabus.
8, 16, and 6 questions were of easy, medium, and difficult levels, respectively.
Most of the questions in the Chemistry section were NCERT-based
The important topics from which most questions were asked are Biomolecules, Metalloids, dand f-Block Elements, and Name Reactions.
Maths Question Paper Analysis
The Mathematics section was the most difficult when compared to the Physics and Chemistry sections.
9 questions comprising 36 marks came from the Class 11 syllabus, and 8 questions comprising 32 marks came from the Class 12 syllabus.
5, 10, and 2 questions were of easy, medium, and difficult levels, respectively.
Some questions were from the NCERT textbook.
Definite Integration, Indefinite Integration, and Mathematical Reasoning were the important topics that were touched upon by the questions in this section.
FAQs on JEE Main 2022 Question Paper with Solutions (26 June Evening Shift)
1. What is the release date for JEE Main 2022 Admit Card?
As per the latest notification released by NTA, JEE Main 2022 Admit Card will be released by June 12, 2022 on the official website (jeemain.nta.nic.in). Candidates can log in with their registered user ID and password to download the admit card from the official website.
2. What are the revised eligibility criteria for JEE Main 2022?
The JEE Main 2022 eligibility criteria and attempts has been revised. As per the latest update, there will only be 2 attempts for JEE Main i.e., the June session and the other will be the July session. If any candidate is unsatisfied with their performance in the JEE Main 2022 June session, they can re-appear for the exam in the July session. NTA has also withdrawn the minimum 75% marks criteria for this year, however, JEE Mains Arch & Planning candidates must score a minimum of 50% marks in PCM along with an overall 50% score in aggregate.
3. Which was the most difficult section in JEE Main 2022 26 June Evening Shift?
Based on student accounts, the Maths section was the most difficult compared to the other two sections (Physics and Chemistry).
4. What was the overall difficulty level of the JEE Main 2022 26 June Evening Shift?
The overall exam difficulty level can be considered moderate to tough if we take all the three subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Maths) into account. However, the Maths section was the toughest compared to the Physics and Chemistry sections.