JEE MAIN 2019 NEWS
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JEE Main 2019 (April 9) morning session as well as evening sessions have concluded. The exam was conducted in computer-based mode. NTA has released official answer key on April 14, 2019 at jeemain.nic.in.
April 9: Morning Shift Analysis
This is how students rated different sections of JEE Main, April 9 paper:
|JEE Main Paper 1 April 9||Question Papers||Answer Keys|
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In this analysis, we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.
Subjects were of varied difficulty levels in which mathematics was on tougher side as compared to chemistry & physics.
|Subject||Easy level||Medium level||Difficult level|
|No. of Questions||Total Marks||No. of Questions||Total Marks||No. of Questions||Total Marks|
In Physics paper, overall questions were on easier side and straight forward as compared to last year. The paper was on the expected lines without any element of surprise. 6 questions were tough, 10 were easy and 14 were average. It was a well-balanced paper. CBSE covered the syllabus well.
In Chemistry, question paper was balanced with equal weightage to Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. However, there was no question from topics like States of Matter, Chemistry in Everyday Life. The questions were conceptual and memory based questions were less in number. All the three sections had 10 questions each. No question was based on Metallurgy.
Among all, Mathematics section was the toughest. Two-three questions were lengthy, but few questions were straightforward as well. Questions were asked from all chapters and were close to the level of JEE advanced in terms of tricks and approach. Students confined to the NCERT and related text books found it difficult. 5 questions were of JEE Advanced level, 10 questions were NCERT level, and remaining 14-15 were also good questions. It was a calculative and balanced paper.
|JEE Main 2017 Papers||Question Papers||Answer Key|
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|JEE Main Chemistry||Click Here||Available|
|JEE Main Mathematics||Click Here||Available|
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