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Rao Live says JEE Advanced scores will be lower this year

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Read below for an analysis of the JEE Advanced 2021 exam by Rao Live.
The exam was conducted on October 3, 2021 and consisted of 2 papers of 3 hours each with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Paper- 1 was conducted from 9 am to 12 pm , 57 questions with 180 marks.

Paper -2 was conducted between 2pm to 5 pm also of 180 marks ,
The total for JEE Advanced 2021 was 360 marks.

Easy comparatively ,
More difficult

Paper -1,
Chemistry was slightly difficult while Physics was on the moderate side .
Mathematics relatively tougher among the three subjects and also much more tougher than the last year.
Chemistry was tricky and difficult too.
Physics and Mathematics were also more difficult if you look at the paper in a broader sense.
Overall a standard paper but not easy to score.

Compared to the last year scores are expected be down.
Amidst COVID19, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur delivered a very standard paper and students who had not prepared well during lockdown faced a major disadvantage.

Rao Live appeals to all candidates not to get disheartened by this paper. There have been students in India, who, due to varied family and local problems during lockdown faced an issue while studying for the exam.

Rao Live adds that candidates should wait for the results and stay strong.