JEE Main is a computer-based online test administered by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for candidates interested in enrolling in undergraduate engineering programs at prestigious engineering colleges in India which is the qualifying exam for the JEE Advanced 2023. This engineering entrance is challenging and requires a proper preparation approach.

This analysis is based on feedback from India’s JEE experts and the students who took the exam. The paper analysis will help students understand the level of difficulty of questions and every topic with its weightage. Candidates can use this question paper analysis to prepare for the upcoming JEE exams.

The examination Results for each session would be prepared in the form of:

  • Raw Scores
  • Percentiles Scores separately for each of the three subjects (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry) and the Total.

The following 4 Percentiles would be calculated for each candidate in the Session:

Let T1, MI, PI, C1 be the raw scores in Total, Mathematics, Physics, Che

Let T1, MI, PI, C1 be the raw scores in Total, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry of a candidate and TIP, M1P, PIP, CIP be the Percentile Scores of Totals, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry of that candidate.

JEE 2023 is being conducted in two phases namely January session & April Session. The calendar of exam as released by NTA is as below.

S. No. Name of Examination Dates of Examination Reserve Dates

Joint Entrance Examination{JEE (Main)} - 2023 Session 1

24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 January 2023

01, 02, 03 Febuary 2023


Joint Entrance Examination{JEE (Main)} - 2023 Session 1

06, 08, 10, 11, 12 April 2023

13, 15, April 2023

Reserve date of 1st February has been used in session-1 lets see how may reserve dates will be used in April session. A total 0f 12 shifts were conducted in Session-1 for entrances. The analysis of all shifts are collated as below.

Detailed Analysis of Subjects