JEE Main 2023 | 8 April Evening Chemistry Question Paper- Answer key with Detailed Solutions
JEE NTA Board, the conducting body of JEE Main for 8 April Evening JEE Main 2023 Question Paper, conducted the exam in 13 regional languages.
As Candidates who are yet to give the other JEE Main 2023 shifts and sessions, it becomes essential to get the gist of the overall difficulty level of the Questions asked in the Chemistry question paper and 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 with solutions to evaluate their performance. The good news is that the detailed analysis of the subject-specific questions and the answer key of JEE Main 8 April Evening 2023 subjects question paper with solutions will be available on Vedantu after the exam. Candidates can download all the subjects on 8 April Evening JEE Main 2023 Question Paper in free pdf from our website post examination.
FAQs on JEE Main 2023 Chemistry Question Paper with Solutions (8 April Evening Shift)
1. Which topics were covered in the Chemistry section of the JEE Main 2023 8 April Evening Shift?
The Chemistry section had questions from topics such as d & f Block elements, Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Biomolecules, Aldehydes & Ketones, Amines, Ethers & Phenols, Aryl & Alkyl halides, Chemical Equilibrium, Atomic Structure, Solutions, and Chemical Kinetics.
2. Were the questions in the Chemistry section of the JEE Main 2023 8 April Evening Shift MCQs or numerical-based questions?
Both MCQs and numerical-based questions were asked in the Chemistry section of the JEE Main 2023 8 April Evening Shift. However, students reported that the MCQs were tricky compared to the numerical section.
3. Can you provide some insights on the difficulty level of the Chemistry section in the JEE Main 2023 April 8 evening shift exam?
The Chemistry section was moderately easy but lengthy, with a focus on questions from Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. Many questions were also NCERT-based and repeated from previous year papers.