JEE Main 2019: Exam Analysis For Paper 1 (8 April - 1st Shift)

JEE Main 2019: Exam Analysis For Paper 1 (8 April - 1st Shift)

The JEE Main Paper 1 first shift of April session 2019 has now ended for April 8, 2019.

The paper overall was easy with physics being the toughest and chemistry from moderate to easy. mathematics as per students was easy and for some it was difficult.

JEE Main Paper 1 is a 360 marks exam, in which candidates need to solve 90 questions. Shift 1 of the exam is from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and shift 2 will be from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

JEE Main 2019 Paper 1: Exam Format

Subject

No of Questions

Marks

Mathematics

30

120

Chemistry

30

120

Physics

30

120

Total

90

360

JEE Main 08 Apr 2019 Paper 1 Section-wise Analysis (Shift 1)

Now, that the first shift of JEE Main 2019 paper 1 has ended candidates can check here the section-wise JEE Main exam analysis for April exam. As per the reaction of students overall the paper was easy. The physics section was the toughest of all and chemistry from moderate to easy. Mathematics as per many students was easier than the last session but for some, it was difficult making it a moderate section.

JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Physics

In the very first section of JEE Main paper that is Physics, there are a total of 30 questions. Physics was formula based said, one student. More questions were there from Unit 1 and 2 of class 11th physics. There were one questions each from self conductors, EM waves and mechanics. 3 Question from optics was difficult. A question to find Equilibrium of electric field was asked.

JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Chemistry

Talking about chemistry candidates said the paper was comparatively moderate from January session. Chemical equation based question from chemistry was more in number. and had questions mostly from Organic chemistry. A question was asked to take out the coefficient of binomials in chemistry. Also, Predicting the colour of ions was a question.

JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Mathematics

Most of the questions were NCERT Based in the mathematics section. One question from complex numbers in mathematics was very hard said a student. Overall weightage of CBSE class 11th was more than 12th. there were more questions from trigonometry, coordinate geometry and complex numbers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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