JEE Main 2023|Maths 31 January Evening Shift Question Paper- Answer key with Detailed Solutions
NTA Board, the conducting body of JEE Main for 31 January Evening Shift 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 Maths question paper and the analysis from experts and answer keys curated by the master teachers.
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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 theanswer key of JEE Main 31 January Evening Shift 2023 Maths question paper with solutions will be available on Vedantu after the exam. Candidates can download all the Maths on 31 January Evening Shift JEE Main 2023 Question Paper in free pdf from our website post examination.
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Candidates can download the memory-based questions with solutions of JEE Main 2023 Maths question paper PDF. Just click on the links to download the free pdf of the answers. By downloading the question paper solutions, candidates can analyse the difficulty level of the exam, how much score candidates will get, what could be the cut-off, and what the candidate's rank could be.
The comprehensive analysis of each question from Maths in the question paper of JEE Main 2023 will be available. Also, some essential tips and tricks will be discussed to ensure the candidate’s performance improves in the upcoming JEE Main exams.
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Maths 31 January Evening JEE Main 2023 Question Paper Analysis
Based on the initial student accounts, the Maths section was slightly difficult and had tricky questions.
Previous year questions were repeated. However, like earlier shifts, this section was not easy.
Unlike earlier shifts, the Maths section was not that lengthy.
The section was divided into Vectors, 3D, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Coordinate Geometry, Statistics, Mathematical Reasoning, Differentiation, and Integration.