JEE Main 2023: The NTA is expected to declare the JEE Main 2023 exam date soon. Applicants will be able to see the JEE Main exam date 2023 at the official website – jeemain.nta.nic.in. Along with the IIT JEE examination date 2023, the authorities will also issue the notice on JEE Main 2023 registration, examination pattern, syllabus etc.
NTA is expected to issue the JEE Main 2023 registration in November 2022. Applicants preparing for JEE Main 2023 must check the last year’s JEE exam analysis, syllabus, examination pattern, and most frequently asked topics to prepare for their exam. This will allow JEE applicants to have a good understanding of JEE Mains 2023 examination, the types of questions asked in the marking examination and the exam preparation strategy.
As per the previous year’s JEE Mains examiation analysis, maths was moderate but quite lengthy, while Physics was easy to moderate and Chemistry was easy. The questions in maths were mostly on the basis of Trigonometry, circles, conic section, Ellipse, Straight Lines, and calculus. Physics had questions from Kinematics, current Electricity, logic Gates, Semiconductors, Transistors, and Communication Systems. The Chemistry section had most of the questions from Organic Chemistry & Inorganic Chemistry, S & P block, Metallurgy, and Biomolecules.
JEE Main important topics for Physics
JEE Main important topics for Mathematics
JEE Main important topics for Chemistry
Heat & Thermodynamics
Calculus & Algebra
Gaseous & Liquid State
Determinant & Matrices
Sequence & Series
General Organic Chemistry
Binomial Theorem & M. I.
Nuclear & Surface Chemistry
Probability Distribution (Binomial + Mean & Variance)
Current Electricity & Capacitors
Error & Instrument Analysis
Definite Integral & Area Under the Curve
Properties of Matter
Carboxylic Acids & Its Derivatives
Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism
Application of Derivatives
Bohr’s Atomic Model
Waves & Sound
Limits, Continuity & Differentiability
Aldehydes and Ketones
s and p-Block Elements
Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current