Nearly 7 lakh candidates can take a sigh of relief as the last session of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 exam was concluded today, September 02, 2021. National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the Day 5 Shift 2 of JEE Main 2021 session 4 for B.Arch. and B.Planning candidates. Just like yesterday, authorities conducted a single shift today 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. While Engineering aspirants were relived yesterday, Architecture and Planning students can only know determine how their paper went based on the overall analysis.
According to most students, Paper 2A (for B.Arch. aspirants) and Paper 2B (for B.Planning aspirants) was moderate in terms of level of difficulty. However, Mathematics section was the toughest nut crack. In fact, throughout the JEE Main 2021 session 4, students found Mathematics to be the toughest section, comprising of tricky problems or lengthy calculations. Hence, today’s paper was no different than the others in case of Mathematics.
Apart from Mathematics, students found the remaining sections to be of easy-to-moderate level, particularly the Aptitude section. For all those curious candidates out there, here is a detailed subject-wise analysis for both JEE Main 2021 Paper 2A and 2B.
JEE Main 2021 Session 4: B.Arch. paper analysis
Mathematics: As mentioned before, this section was moderate with lengthy solutions, particularly in case of numerical-answer type (NAT) questions. Some students were unable to attempt the entire paper despite knowing the solution, due to the time constraints.
Nevertheless, questions in this section covered topics such as Progressions, vectors, 3D Geometry, Matrices, Definite Integrals and Limits & Continuity.
Aptitude: This section was easy-to-moderate in terms of the level of difficulty of questions. A significant emphasis was given to concepts based on 3-D figures. This did not come as a surprise given that it is a B.Arch paper.
Drawing: Here again, the section was easy to solve. Candidates had to attempt two questions, with each question having internal choices.
Among the drawing questions, first one instructed candidates to copy the drawing given of a dancing girl. The second option asked the students to decorate the metro train door ONLY using triangles.
In the second question, candidates had to draw the scene/view as observed by a fish kept inside an aquarium. Moreover, students had to also show a girl playing outside the aquarium.
JEE Main 2021 Session 4: B.Planning. paper analysis
Mathematics: More or less similar topics covered as seen in the B.Arch paper.
Aptitude: While the questions were of easy-to-moderate level, fact-based questions were given more importance this time, as implied by many aspirants.
Planning: Here again, questions were easy to solve, most of them being fact-based or pertaining directly to planning.
JEE Main 2021 examination has finally concluded today with approximately 7.32 candidates appearing for the fourth session. Results for the same are expected to come out in the second week of this month, likely by September 10, 2021.