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JEE Advanced Analysis 2019 - Candidates can now check the analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 as per the students who attempted the examination. Information related to the engineering entrance examination, which was conducted on May 27, is available through JEE Advanced 2019 analysis. Through the analysis of JEE Advanced 2019, the candidates can know details about the examination such as difficulty level, subject-wise distribution of questions, topics involved and more. Coaching centres have also released JEE Advanced analysis 2019 as per their institute experts. Careers360 presents live student reactions regarding the analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 from the examination centres. Candidates can check how JEE Advanced examination was conducted for reference through the analysis. Read the full article to know more about JEE Advanced Analysis 2019.Latest: JEE Advanced 2019 has concluded. Candidates can check JEE Advanced 2019 answer key released by coaching institutes
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JEE Advanced 2019 Examination Schedule
JEE Advanced 2019 Paper
9 AM to 12 Noon
2 PM to 5 PM
According to the students who attempted JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 1, the examination was quite difficult.
The analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 2 is as follows:
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JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis by Sri Chaitanya
In Paper 1, Physics and Mathematics were relatively lengthy due to second and third sections. Chemistry was relatively easier and had several direct and standard options. According to Sri Chaitanya experts, many students felt Paper 1 was more difficult than Paper 2. In Paper 2, some questions in Physics were a bit tough and lengthy and tested conceptual clarity. Chemistry questions were framed for testing concepts. Most of the questions were multi conceptual.
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JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis by T.I.M.E
Paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2019 was presumed to be tougher than Paper 2. Many of the candidates were unhappy about Physics section in Paper 1 and tried to focus on it in Paper 2. However, this resulted in the candidates not being able to give enough importance to Mathematics. Most of the candidates felt that Mathematics was lengthier to solve in Paper 2. Chemistry had some tricky questions which challenged the depth of knowledge and logically concluding ability. Overall, the pattern of JEE Advanced 2019 was very similar to that of the previous year; multiple correct answer questions had partial marking also similar to last year.
JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis by FIITJEE
According to the Mr Partha Halder (Centre Head, FIIT JEE Punjabi Bagh), the Mathematics section was tough and lengthy. Physics section was also tough and lengthy however it was more calculation based. Chemistry section was easier as expected. The analysis applies for both Paper 1 and Paper 2.
JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis by Allen Kota
JEE Advanced 2019 paper was similar to the previous year but there was a difference in how the questions were structured. Physics section was quite difficult and also lengthy. The questions were confusing. Meanwhile, Chemistry section was found to be very easy and a lot of questions were based on Coordination Chemistry. Mathematics was the toughest section and was also lengthy and calculation based in nature. Some of the questions of Mathematics section were of advanced level.
JEE Advanced 2018 Paper 1 Analysis
The paper was reported to be of moderate difficulty. Out of the three subjects, Mathematics was reportedly the easiest followed by Chemistry. Physics was the most difficult subject as compared to the other two.
JEE Advanced 2018 Paper 2 Analysis
Compared to Paper 1, the candidates found Paper 2 tougher. Equal weightage was given on both 11th and 12th standard syllabus. Candidates also exclaimed that the paper was tougher than the 2017 examination.
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Since you are a 12th student you must be clear and thorough with your 12th syllabus . Along with that you must be in touch with your 11th syllabus . Now you have very less time for preparation you cannot focus on each and every thing , thus you should list all the important topics from each subject (11th and12th ) and clear those subjects such that you can solve any question given to you . Your aim should be to solve maximum correct question and avoid negative marking . For this you need practice , so practice questions on a daily basis keeping a timer of 3hrs . You must follow a 45 minute cycle that means In a duration of 3 hrs you must give 45 min to each subject and try to attempt 30 questions. In the left 45 min you should cross check your answers and try to solve those questions which you skipped or you weren't able to solve . This is the best strategy which if you follow I ensure you can crack JEE mains easily and your path to NIT or your dream college will be open .
Best of luck for your future .
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According to rough calculations your rank won't go more than 15k. It will be under 15k. You can get core branches in middle NITs. If you are compatible than, you can leave mains and focus on jee advanced. But, remember you won't get CSE in NITs, you need to exel in jee advanced for CSE.
So, decide wisely
It would be difficult to predict the exact JEE Main qualifying cutoff. However, as the expected qualifying cutoff, you have good chances to qualify the JEE Main exam and appear for JEE Advanced.
Check the expected cutoff using the link below-
The maximum marks for JEE advanced is not fixed and this year JEE advanced is yet to be conducted.
therefore it cannot be predicted what would be your all India rank in JEE advanced if you get 85 marks.also the all India rank depends upon the relative performance sometime question paper comes very difficult and with less marks you will get better man thanks and sometimes you need more marks to get the same rank therefore it is very answer then so so don't go just by numbers.
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