JEE Advanced 2019 Exam was conducted on 27th May 2019 (Monday). Now, abide by the post-exam ritual of waiting for the reviews, you all might be craving to reel off the JEE Advanced 2019 Paper Analysis.
As per the students, this year they found the exam back with a boom. The level of paper was good compared to the last year’s paper that was set by IIT Madras.
This year the exam was conducted by IIT Roorkee and the institute was completely able to set the paper fulfilling the persona of IIT JEE Exam, one of the most difficult and competitive exams of the country.
Here, you will get a complete depiction of JEE Advanced 2019 reviews by the aspirants and the subject matter experts.
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur has efficaciously carried on the responsibility of conducting the JEE Advanced 2019 Exam on 27th May 2019. The exam was conducted in two sessions. Paper 1 was held from 9 am to 12 noon and Paper 2 was held from 2 pm to 5 pm.
The aspirants had to give biometric attendance, so they had to report at 7:30 am for paper 1 and at 12:45 pm for paper 2.
The candidates, who were not able to submit registration fee on time even after the extension of the last date, have been allowed to sit for the examination by paying the fee through a demand draft.
The candidates who will qualify the advanced exam will be able to get admission to the Top IITs for bachelor’s, integrated master’s and dual degree programmes.
In keeping with the recent JEE Advanced Notifications, the answer keys for the exam will be released soon.
Based on the JEE Advanced 2019 paper analysis, it can be noted that the students compared the paper with the last year’s paper. The immediate reaction was quite different from the last year.
JEE Advanced 2019 Exam maintained the status of one of the toughest exams. You can check the JEE Advanced analysis with the help of the following reviews by JEE Aspirants.
The overall difficulty level of the Paper 1 & Paper 2 Exam was Moderate.
JEE Advanced Paper 1 was difficult as compared to Paper 2.
Physics was relatively difficult from the other two subjects.
Chemistry Section was easier.
Mathematics Section was lengthy and Difficult.
There was no difference in the JEE Advance Paper Pattern if we talk about the number of questions (54 questions), but the marks in each paper increased to 186 from 180.
The exam was based on online mode, so aspirants were able to clear the response and mark the answer for review.
The students’ review of JEE Advanced 2019 exam states that there were some major changes in the JEE Advanced question paper. Let’s discuss them below.
This year, the only major change in the exam pattern was that there were no questions based on the paragraph.
Every year students have seen changes in the exam pattern and marking scheme, but the JEE Advanced 2019 Exam was similar to that of the 2018 Exam.
After the overall JEE Advanced 2019 paper analysis, let’s analyze the exam paper-wise. Below, you will see the reviews from students for Paper 1 which was held from 9.00 AM to 12.00 PM.
You will be able to know the areas from where more questions were asked. Here is the complete analysis:
The overall difficulty level of the Paper 1 was Moderate.
Difficulty level of the Physics subject was Moderate.
Few questions in Physics were concept based.
Mathematics was lengthy and difficult and had more no. of questions from Algebra and Coordinate Geometry.
More no. of questions were based on the Class 12 Syllabus.
Questions asked in Section 1 had max. 12 marks. Section had max. 32 marks and Section 3 had max. 18 marks.
JEE Advanced Paper 1 had negative marking in Sections 1 & 2. There was no negative marking in Section 3.
After getting aware of the paper 1 analysis, it’s now time to checkout the complete and detailed analysis of the JEE Advanced Paper 2 Exam.
JEE Advanced Paper 2 was held from 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM. Let’s checkout the analysis of all the subjects below:
Overall the exam was of Moderate level.
Mathematics was again the toughest and lengthiest subject.
Questions in Mathematics were asked from Matrices & Differential Equations.
Physics was a bit tough compared to the Paper 1 and had more calculation-based questions.
Chemistry was again the easiest among all as expected.
Questions asked from Physical Chemistry were less in number.
Questions asked in the Paper 2 Exam were highly based on the concepts. Students having good time management skills were able to solve the question easily.
JEE Advanced Paper 2 had negative marking in Sections 1 & 3. There is no negative marking in Section 2.
As per JEE Advanced 2019 reviews by the students, the paper could be cleared if the basics are clear. The exam was surprising as usual. It was based more on concepts and calculations. There was no chance of fixing the guesswork.
The officials will release JEE Advanced result on 14th June 2019. For those students who want to appear in JEE Advanced AAT 2019 Exam, the online registration can be done from 14th-15th June 2019. The AAT 2019 will be held on 17th June and the result for the same will get released on 21st June 2019.
JEE Advanced AAT Exam is conducted only for JEE Advanced qualified candidates for admissions into the B.Arch. courses offered by IIT Roorkee and IIT Kharagpur. The exam is conducted via offline mode.
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