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JEE Advance 2022: Lucknow students find maths, physics quite tough in exam

JEE Advance 2022: The majority of students who took the online Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2022, which was held on Sunday at multiple locations in Lucknow, said math and physics were more difficult than chemistry. They also claimed that the paper was extremely long. The exam was held in two shifts, the first paper held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and the second paper held from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

See what students have to say

“Maths paper was long and tricky. Physics was tough too having just a single question from modern physics. Match the following parts in physics were also tough,” said Piyush Gupta, a student who attempted the exam at a Centre at Kursi Road. He scored 88 % in mains but sounded unsure about the advanced results.

Portraying a similar view, another student Roop Verma said, “Besides Maths being tricky and time-consuming, inorganic chemistry was tough too. I could not attempt a few questions.”

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Another student outside an exam Centre, Yash Gupta said, “The majority of the questions in the first paper were from calculus and complex numbers which is very tough and time-consuming. I am not sure about the results”. He also scored 88% in mains held earlier this year.

Students claim that the second paper was more difficult

Despite the fact that chemistry provided some relief to the majority of the students, math and physics in the second paper continued to perplex them. Many students stated that the second paper was more difficult than the first. They expressed concern about negative marking in JEE Advance 2022.

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“Maths was equally tough in the second paper too and I don’t think I’ll be able to make it this time,” said Shailendra Kumar, a student who attempted the exam at a Centre at Tedhi Pulia.

Kartikesh Singh and Ujjawal Gupta both of whom got 98.7% in mains said, “The second paper was much tougher than the first one. I am not sure about the results. I am waiting for the cut-off”.

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