JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Student Reactions: April 9
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JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Student Reactions (April 9) - NTA is conducting the second day of JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 (April 9) today. The computer based examination which is a step for admissions into the B.Tech courses offered by NITs, IIITs and GFTIs is being held in two sessions per day - forenoon (9:30 AM to 12:30 PM) and afternoon (2:30 PM to 5:30 PM). Careers360 presents live students' reaction for JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 April 9 for an exclusive coverage of how the students reacted to the examination. Check out the pre and post exam reactions to know how the paper turned out to be.

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JEE Main 2019 Paper I April 9 Afternoon Session - Post-Exam Reactions

Aanchal “The paper was okay. Mathematics was tough while Chemistry and Physics were moderate. In Physics, questions from Mechanics was there. There were no technical glitches.

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Kunal says Physics was difficult while Chemistry was the easiest. In Chemistry, there were more questions from Organic Chemistry. The paper was easier as compared to the January session.

Anshita from Ludhiana says that her paper went well. It was lengthy especially Physics took time but the questions were not difficult. Chemistry was the easiest. 11th standard questions were more in number than the 12th standard questions. She is aiming for admission into VIT or PES.

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Ritik “The paper was nice and it was easy. It was easier than expected. I didn’t get much time to prepare. Physics was hard because it was lengthy. Chemistry was easiest.”

Shivam says that the questions were such that extra books had to be studied. The paper was easy but lengthy. Physics was the toughest section while Chemistry was easiest.

Anshul Jain “Physics section was hard while Chemistry section was easy. In Mathematics, most of the questions were from coordinate geometry and calculus. I think one disadvantage about the online paper is that you cannot read an entire paper on time”.

Vivek “Maths was tough whereas Chemistry was easy. Physics was moderate. This paper was easier than last year’s paper. I am expecting 250+ scores.

Aditi Bansal “It was average. It was my second attempt. January session was easier than this paper. In this exam, Physics was difficult and Maths was easiest. There were tricky questions in Maths section such as Trigonometry problems. Chemistry had more questions from organic chemistry and Physics questions were mainly from SHM. There were no technical glitches”.

Dipendra says the paper was average. Physics was tough while Chemistry was easy. The questions were balanced and from all topics. The was his first attempt

Aditya “It was okay. Chemistry was easiest. Mathematics had questions from conic section and more. This paper was easier than January because i studied more this time. Students should study more than the NCERT books.

Ashish “Mathematics was the toughest. Not much difference between January and April edition. Coordinate, 2D - 3D, differential, calculus were major topics in Mathematics. I am expecting marks above 200. I am also preparing for BITSAT”.

Sansar says that the April paper was easy and he had also got an idea about the pattern from January exam. Mathematics was tough according to him. 6 questions from Mechanics, Semiconductors 4 questions, electrostatics 3 questions. Relative motion and sound frequency topics were mixed for a question. There was also a question about concave mirrors. In mathematics there were questions from eclipse, parabola, inverse trigonometry, in chemistry stratosphere question was very easy. He will also appear for NDA and BITSAT. He is expecting 200 marks. There were 2 similar questions from January and April.

JEE Main 2019 Paper I April 9 Afternoon Session - Pre-Exam Reactions

Shefali says that she was actually not preparing for JEE Main but for NEET. She is attempting the exam for practical knowledge. This is her first computer based examination so she is quite nervous. Shefali’s strong subject is Chemistry.

Rudramani Singh “I took coaching in FIITJEE. I had also attempted the January session so I am comfortable with the mode of examination. I think Chemistry is my strongest subject. I am sure I will do my best today”.

Rohit Mishra says he self studied for the examination. He referred to Arihant books for preparation. Thinks he will score high in Chemistry. It is his first attempt.

Shekhar “I did not take any coaching. I feel I might score high in Chemistry section.”

JEE Main 2019 Paper I April 9 Forenoon Session - Post-Exam Reactions

Kriti says that the paper was not too difficult. The exam was easier than January session and most of the questions from the CBSE syllabus.

Varnit "It was good. I also attempted January session. Physics was difficult. Most of the questions for Mathematics was from NCERT. Questions for Chemistry was from 11th standard NCERT. Most of the questions in Maths was from Calculus and in Physics from Thermodynamics. I am aiming for NIT Delhi. Attempted both papers but my priority is Paper 2."

Riti says the examination was nice and not too difficult. The paper was easier as compared to the previous year and similar to the January paper. Division of topics was balanced. All of the questions were related to CBSE syllabus. Riti is not sure about the institute she wants to join.

Vanshika "Chemistry was easy and Maths was difficult. Organic Chemistry was an important topic and most of the questions were from NCERT. Physics questions were from 12th standard CBSE syllabus. Major portion of Mathematics was from calculus. There were no technical glitches."

Abu Abaidullah Shammi "Physics was tough. Chemistry was easiest. In Maths, questions from conic sections and straight lines were present. Electrostatics from 12th standard syllabus and optics were present in Physics. Inorganic chemistry were asked and not much from organic chemistry. CBSE syllabus is enough for preparation. Most of the questions are tricky so candidates should take time to read. The paper was easier than the January exam. I am expecting 150 - 160+ marks.

Atul says that the exam was good. The difficulty level was average. Chemistry was difficult. Probability, relations and functions, trigonometry were asked from Maths. According to Atul, NCERT books are not enough for exam. Atul self studied for the examination

Pooja says that the exam pattern was same as January examination. Physics was toughest in which mechanics and electricity were major sections. Major part of Chemistry was organic chemistry. According to Pooja, for Physics and Maths the candidates need to refer to other books too and for Chemistry, NCERT books are enough. There was a technical glitch - Computers of 2 students got turned off while attempting the paper.

JEE Main 2019 Paper I April 9 Forenoon Session - Pre-Exam Reactions

Parikshit ”I have taken coaching from my school Amity International. I think I will be able to score high in Mathematics and Chemistry”. \

Priyam says he did self study and prepared through Aakash online tests. The online tests have helped him a lot in the preparation. He thinks he will do well in Physics section.

Aditya “I took coaching to prepare for the exam. Physics is my strong area. I have prepared for one year. I attempted the January session too. I am comfortable with the computer based examination.”

Sneha from Delhi says that Physics is her strong area. She opted for self study. I did 7-8 hours of study everyday ever since I reached 12th standard for JEE Main. This is her first attempt. Believes computer based exam will be difficult for her.

Mahesh “I took coaching from Taxshila institute. I think I will do well in Mathematics section. I think computer based examination will be more in my favour than pen and paper based mode. I am confident about the examination today.”

Ayush Jha from Paschim Vihar, Delhi says he attempted January session of JEE Main. He took coaching from FIITJEE and believes Mathematics and Chemistry are his strong subjects. Ayush is comfortable with the computer based examination.

Gautum “I did self study to prepare for the examination. Physics is my strong subject and this is my first attempt”.

Kritika started preparing for the examination from the last 15 days. She self studied for preparation. Physics and Chemistry are my strong subjects.

Bhavna “I took one year to prepare. I had taken a drop to prepare for JEE Main. My strong subject is Mathematics. I took coaching in FIITJEE Noida.

Mridul says he has not prepared for JEE Main because he was focused on his CBSE examination. He thinks Chemistry is his strong point.

Krishna Goyal “I took coaching for JEE Main. I think I will be able to score higher in Chemistry”

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