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JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (9, 10, 11 and 12 January, All Shifts)

Check the complete analysis and review of JEE Main 2019 Paper I conducted on 9, 10, 11 and 12 Jan for all shifts. It will help students who are going to appear for JEE Main 2019 in april.

Jan 14, 2019 09:30 IST
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JEE Main 2019: In-depth Analysis and Review of Paper I (9, 10, 11 and 12 January, All Shifts)
JEE Main 2019: In-depth Analysis and Review of Paper I (9, 10, 11 and 12 January, All Shifts)

Check the detailed analysis and experts’ review for JEE Main 2019 Paper I(for B.E/B.Tech aspirants) conducted on 12 January for all shifts. Students’ reactions and feedbacks have been collected from different JEE Main Exam centres in order to provide in-depth analysis to engineering aspirants. In overall, the paper was of moderate level in both shifts. Again, the toughest section was Mathematics. The Physics section was of moderate level but lengthy too. The easiest section was Chemistry as expected by students. Here, we are providing the complete analysis and review of JEE Main Paper 1 2019 for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

JEE Main 2019: Topic wise Memory Based Questions of Paper I (9,10, 11 and 12 January for All Shifts)

JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (12 January – Shift 2)

The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate.

The Toughest section was Mathematics.

Physics was the most time consuming section.

The easiest section was Chemistry.

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JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (12 January – Shift 1)

The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate.

The Toughest section was Maths.

Physics was the most time consuming section.

The easiest section was Chemistry.

Students who are going to appear for Paper 1 on 12 January can check JEE Main 2019 Memory Based Questions and Topics of 9, 10 and 11 January (All Shifts). It will definitely make impact on their JEE Main Score.

JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (11 January – Shift 2)

Subjects

Difficulty level

Mathematics

Moderate but lengthy

Physics

Tough and time consuming

Chemistry

Easiest as well as scoring

JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (11 January – Shift 1)

Subjects

Difficulty level

Mathematics

Moderate but lengthy and time consuming

Physics

Difficult as well as lengthy

Chemistry

Easy and scoring

Students can also check the in-depth analysis of JEE Main 2019 (Paper I) which was conducted on January 9 and 10.

JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (10 January – Shift 2)

The overall difficulty level of the paper was tough.

The Toughest section was Physics.

Maths was the most time consuming section.

The easiest section was Chemistry.

JEE Main 2019: Analysis and Review of Paper I (10 January – Shift 2)

The overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate.

The Toughest section was Maths.

Physics was the most time consuming section.

The easiest section was Chemistry.

Most of the questions in Chemistry paper were from CBSE Class 11 and Class 12 NCERT Books

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Paper I (9 January - Second Shift)

The overall difficulty level of JEE Main Question Paper 2019 (Jan 9, Second Shift) was difficult as per students. The subject wise analysis is given below in tabular form.

Subjects

Difficulty level

Mathematics

Moderate but time consuming

Physics

Difficult and lengthy

Chemistry

Easy

JEE Main Analysis 2019: Paper I (9 January - First Shift)

While talking to a few students who attempted the paper, most of them were of the view that the paper was difficult. Some questions are taken from JEE Main Previous Year Papers. The subject wise analysis is given below in tabular form.

Subjects

Difficulty level

Mathematics

Moderate to Difficult

Physics

Moderate but time consuming

Chemistry

Easy but lengthy

As per the feedback of students who appeared for Paper II, some questions in Mathematics paper are repeated from JEE Main Previous Years’ Papers. The agency conducted the exam for Paper II (for B. Arch/ B.Planning aspirants) on day 1 (January 8) in two shifts at 384 centres across the country. Also, 6 test centres were located in abroad for students outside India.

JEE Main 2019: Detailed Analysis and Review (Paper II - Both Shifts)

JEE Main 2019 Paper Pattern:

A total of 90 objective type questions (with single correct options) will be asked from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The complete paper structure is given below:

Subjects

Number of Questions

Marks

Physics

30

120

Chemistry

30

120

Mathematics

30

120

Total

90

360

JEE Main 2018 Paper Analysis:

As per students, last year the JEE Main paper was of moderate level and was having many previous years' questions. They also told that apart from Physics and Mathematics, the paper was quite easy. However, some students complained of a few errors in questions asked in Physics section.

A general feedback from students about JEE Main 2018 exam was as below:

Difficulty level of the paper: Moderate

Toughest section: Physics

Easy section: Chemistry

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About the exam:

A total of 11,09,250 candidates registered for Paper I and II of JEE Main Exam 2019 which is schedule to be conducted between Jan 8 and 12 in two shifts i.e., First Shift (9:30 AM to 12:30 PM) and Second Shift (2:30 PM to 5:30 PM). First time, the national testing agency is going to conduct JEE Main in fully computer based test mode. Students will also get another chance to appear for JEE Main 2019 in the month of April.

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