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JEE Main Paper 2019 Analysis - Toughness, Marks Distribution & Cut off

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JEE Main 2019 Analysis

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JEE Mains 2019 online exam is being conducted from 8th to 12th April 2019 by the National Testing Agency (NTA). While asking about the JEE Main 2019 online exam analysis, we got reviews from the aspirants and the subject experts. The reviews said that the online paper was of average level and the difficulty level was similar to the offline exam that was held in previous years.

 

Considered as one of the toughest examinations across India, the JEE Main Exam is the gateway for the candidates to secure the admission in country’s top technical institutes such as IITs, NITs, CFTIs etc.

 

This year approximately 11 lakh students registered for Mains Exam. Out of these, only 2.24 lakh candidates will be selected for Advanced Exam.

 

For those who are interested in getting the reviews of the exam, we have shared the detailed information about -

 

JEE Mains 2019 Paper Analysis

JEE Main Expected Cut Offs

JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis

 

Here we start with the recently held online JEE Main 2019 paper analysis and JEE Main 2019 exam reviews by the aspirants and experts.

 

 

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JEE Mains 2019 Exam Analysis 

 

The IIT JEE Mains online exam has been conducted on 07th and 08th April 2019 and rest will be conducted on 09th, 10th and 12th April 2019. If you are curious to know about JEE Mains online exam analysis, we will explain the reviews that we got from the aspirants who appeared in the exam and various subject experts.

Talking to students, it was understandable that the overall level of the paper was moderate to easy but it was totally depended on the state of mind of the aspirants.

Let's study the online JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 April Analysis given below.

 

 

 

 

JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis – 08th April 2019

 

Overall, the JEE Main 2019 was of moderate to easy level. The exam was conducted in two slots: Slot 1 from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and slot 2 from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm. Check the analysis for both the Slots and for all the subjects below.

 

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 1

 

The difficulty level of the Slot 1 exam was Moderate. It was similar to that of January. Some questions were directly from previous year papers. The exam was conducted in three section: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Below you can check the detailed JEE Main Analysis of all the subjects.

 

 

JEE Main Physics Analysis

 

Students find Physics section the toughest of them all. Some students concluded that the Class 11th had more weightage in the exam. Here is the section wise weightage:

Topics

No. of Questions

Heat and Thermodynamics

3

Current Electricity and EMI

4

Optics and Modern Physics

5

Electrostatic and Magnetism

8

Mechanics

10

 

 

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JEE Main Chemistry Analysis

 

The Chemistry section was easiest of them all. Most of the questions were of the NCERT level. No tricky questions were asked. Here is the topic wise weightage of Chemistry section:

Topics

No. of Questions

Inorganic Chemistry

8

Physical Chemistry

10

Organic Chemistry

12

 

 

JEE Main Mathematics Analysis

 

Difficulty level of the exam was Moderate but was a bit lengthy. Majority of the questions were from the previous year questions of JEE Main Exam. Check the topic wise weightage of Mathematics section below:

Topics

No. of Questions

Trigonometry

2

Coordinate Geometry

8

Algebra

8

Calculus

12

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 2

 

The overall difficulty level of the Slot 2 Exam was Moderate. The April session exam was considered tougher by many students when compared to January session. It was conducted in three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Look at the difficulty level of all the three sections below:

Section

Difficulty Level

Physics

Moderate but time taking

Chemistry

Easy and Lengthy

Mathematics

Moderate to Difficult

 

 

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JEE Mains Exam Syllabus comprises of three different subjects viz. Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Paper 1 has 90 questions in total with 30 in each subject.

 

 

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JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis – 09th April 2019

 

The exam has been conducted on 09th April 2019. Check the analysis for all the subjects for both the slots below.

 

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 1

 

The overall difficulty level of the Slot 1 exam was Moderate. Students gave mixed reactions for the exam. The exam was conducted in three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Below you can check the detailed JEE Main Analysis of all the subjects.

 

 

JEE Main Physics Analysis

 

The difficulty level of the Physics section was Moderate. But compared to exam conducted on 08th April 2019 it was easier.

Topics

No. of Questions

Heat and Thermodynamics

4

Current Electricity and EMI

4

Optics and Modern Physics

3

Electrostatic and Magnetism

9

Mechanics

10

 

 

JEE Main Chemistry Analysis

 

For Chemistry section we got mixed reactions by the students. Some said it was easy and some considered it the difficult. Majority of the questions were based on the NCERT book.

Topics

No. of Questions

Inorganic Chemistry

10

Physical Chemistry

9

Organic Chemistry

11

 

 

JEE Main Mathematics Analysis

 

Mathematics section was of Moderate level but was lengthy. Have a look at the topic wise weightage of Mathematics section:

Topics

No. of Questions

Trigonometry

2

Coordinate Geometry

7

Algebra

11

Calculus

10

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 2

 

The overall difficulty level of the Slot 2 was Moderate to Difficult. The questions were quite similar to the January session. Below is the detailed JEE Main Analysis of the Slot 2 for all the subjects:

Physics section was of Moderate to Difficult level. In this section, majority of the questions were from Mechanics, Electrostatic & Magnetism. Numerical based questions were asked in this section.

The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was as usual i.e. Easy. Questions were based on the NCERT book. Questions from Biomolecules, Polymers and Chemistry were easy.

Questions in Mathematics section were lengthy but were of Moderate level. Most of the questions were asked from Coordinate Geometry and Differential Calculus.

 

 

 

JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis – 10th April 2019

 

The exam has been conducted in two slots: Slot 1 from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and slot 2 from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm. Check the analysis for both the Slots and for all the subjects below.

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 1

 

The overall difficulty level of the Slot 1 exam was Moderate. The exam was conducted in three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Below you can check the detailed JEE Main Analysis of all the subjects.

Difficulty level of the Physics section was Moderate. The paper was easier as compared to 08th and 09th April. Most of the questions were numerical based. Majority of the questions were asked from the Optics section. 3-4 questions from Mechanics were also asked.

Again the Chemistry section was the easiest of them all. Questions from Inorganic section were on majority. Class 12 questions had more weightage than Class 11.

Mathematics section was also on the easier side this time. Students gave mixed reactions of this section. Questions asked in this section were easy but were lengthy.

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 2

 

The difficulty level of this slot was Moderate. The exam was easier compared to the January session. Checkout the detailed JEE Main Analysis of all the subjects below.

Physics section was tough. This time again the Chemistry section was on the easier side. Questions were not completely based on NCERT this time. In Mathematics section, the difficulty level of the questions were difficult.

 

 

 

JEE Main 2019 Paper Analysis – 12th April 2019

 

With this the JEE Main Exam has been successfully conducted. The exam has been conducted in two slots: Slot 1 from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and slot 2 from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm. The overall difficulty level of the exam was Easy to Moderate. Check the analysis for both the Slots and for all the subjects below.

 

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 1

 

The difficulty level of this slot was Moderate. It was easier than the January session. The exam has three section: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Checkout the detailed analysis of all the three sections below:

 

 

JEE Main Physics Analysis

 

Physics was again the most difficult section among the three. This section had equal weightages of questions from all the chapters. This time practical based questions were also asked. Questions related to conversion of galvanometer into the voltmeter were asked.

 

 

JEE Main Chemistry Analysis

 

Chemistry was again the easiest section. Question were basic and direct. Most of the questions were directly based on the NCERT book. So, those who had prepared from NCERT book can also crack it easily.

 

 

JEE Main Mathematics Analysis

 

In this section, the questions were lengthy. Questions were tricky and time taking. Questions from Calculus and Coordinate geometry were easy but difficult questions were asked from Algebra. No question were asked from Probability, Permutation and Combination.

 

 

 

JEE Main April Analysis 2019- Slot 2

 

This was the last slot of JEE Main 2019 April session. The difficulty level of this slot was also Moderate. It was easier than the January session. The exam has three section: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

In this slot also, the Physics section was toughest of them all. The mathematics section was easier as compared to other sessions. Chemistry section like other days, was easiest among all. Question were directly based on the NCERT book.

 

 

 

JEE Main Cut Off Details - Know Minimum Score to Qualify

 

We have merged up the official JEE Main 2018 Cut Offs and JEE Main Cutoff 2019 to qualify for JEE Advanced 2019. You may check the details from the table provided below: -

 

Category JEE Main 2018 Cutoff Marks (Official) JEE Main 2019 Cut Offs (Expected)
General 74 72-76
OBC 45 43-47
SC 29 27-31
ST 24 22-26

 

Note: For Qualification in JEE (Advanced) a student must be in Top 20% or minimum 75% of marks in class 12th.

Those who were totally depended on NCERT faced more problems than those who joined coaching.

 

You can also check the JEE Mains 2019 Toppers Rank List. This will give you an insight on the result and marks obtained by the students.

 

 

 

JEE Mains Paper 2 (B.Arch./B.Planning.) Analysis

 

JEE Main Paper 2 is conducted for B. Arch/B. Plan in both Offline and Online mode. The paper was conducted on 07th April 2019 in two different shifts. The JEE Paper 2 consisted of three sections viz. Aptitude, Mathematics, Drawing.

 

The Aptitude and Mathematics Section were CBT Based (Computer Test Based) while the Drawing section was Pen and Paper based.

 

 

 

Aptitude Section:

 

This section consists of 50 questions carrying 4 marks each. The Aptitude section was the easiest among all as per the student’s reactions.

 

The overall difficulty level of the exam was Easy. GK and location of places with architectural importance had 10-15 questions. the questions asked in this section was tricky.

 

 

 

Mathematics Section:

 

Mathematics was the toughest section in JEE Main Paper 2. Most of the questions were asked from Calculus. Questions in this section were completely different from the January session.

There were mixed reactions from the students. Some said this section was difficult and some concluded that the paper was as expected.

 

 

 

Drawing Section:

 

Drawing section of the JEE Main Paper 2 was easy but was a bit lengthy. This section consists of 3 Questions carrying a total of 70 marks. First question of this section was of 30 marks while the other two questions were carrying weightage of 20 marks each.

In the first questions, the students have to use their creativity and imagination. They were asked to make something out of a cube.

In the second question, a flower was given and the students had to draw a replica of it.

In the last Question of Drawing section, students had to draw a rear view of professor teaching a class of students.

 

Read the complete JEE Main Paper 2 by visiting JEE Mains Paper 2 Analysis 2019

 

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