JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Student Reactions: January 12
JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Student Reactions: January 12- National Testing Agency (NTA) is conducting JEE Main 2019 (Paper-1 and 2) from January 8 to 12 in computer-based test (CBT) mode. January 12 marks the last date of JEE Main 2019 with Paper-1. JEE Main 2019 is being conducted in two shifts from last four days. The national level engineering entrance examination, JEE Main 2019 is being held in 467 centres in 258 cities (09 outside India) across the country and abroad. Candidates from early start reporting to their centre along with their parents. Careers360 visited the various centres in Delhi, where exam is being held, to capture the students reactions for JEE Main 2019 Paper-1 being conducted on January 11. Here is the exclusive coverage of JEE Main 2019 Paper-1 student reaction for January 12, Read on:
JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 January 12 Afternoon Session
JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 January 12 Forenoon Session
JEE Main Pre Paper-1 Exam Reactions (Afternoon Shit)
Students have started appearing for afternoon shift of JEE Main 2019 Paper-1. Below is what they have to say before the commencement of the examination:
- Kanha Mishra has prepared well for the examination. "No, I do not have any particular strategy to crack the exam. I am leaving everything in the hands of God. I am expecting 150+ scores. Will choose B.Tech if he qualifies in both Paper I and Paper II." he said.
- Shivaja's preparation is not so good because she has missed her pre-boards. "My 11th is a bit weak so I might attempt the April session too. I have no preparation strategy and I am not expecting any particular scores. I follow only the modules of my institute to prepare. I am in PACE. I will choose B.Arch if I get through both papers because it interests me," she said.
- Ankit found Physics tough. Maths and Chemistry were okay according to him. He said, " In the Mathematics section, Coordinates questions were asked and similarly Communication for Physics, Organic Chemistry for Chemistry. Out of 100, the difficulty level was 90."
- Abhishek Pandey says, "Difficulty level of the exam was medium. In Mathematics, there were tough questions from linear programming and probability. In Physics, 11th standard questions were asked like Law of Motion. Chemistry section had questions from Polymers. Overall, the Mathematics section was difficult. Physics was easy."
- Abhishek Bhuniam said, "The difficulty level of the paper was mediocre. The paper was quite balanced out. In Chemistry, Organic Chemistry was there and the Mathematics section was balanced. 3D, integration, differentiation was present in Mathematics while in Physics, Modern Physics was there. 40% of the questions were from 11th standard. I attempted most of the questions in Physics since it was the easiest."
- Vaishak says Chemistry was very easy, Mathematics was difficult and Physics was moderate. Chemistry had mostly NCERT type questions and Physics had tricky questions. Mathematics had mostly calculation based questions. Chemistry had questions from solutions and thermodynamics. Physics had mostly topics from 11th and in Mathematics, there were only two questions of integration and two or three questions of probability. For him, the paper was difficult.
Pre Paper-1 Exam Reaction (Forenoon Shit)
- Deepanshu who have prepared for JEE Main Paper-1 through coaching said that he will attempt questions that he knows properly and then go for others if time remains. He is aiming for NITs.
- A student from Aakash coaching said that in today’s paper he will first attempt the Mathematics section followed by Chemistry and Physics. “I am expecting 150 and above score. I want to get admission in IIT’s particularly in Mechanical branch.”
- Krishna Kumar who have taken coaching from Resonance, Kota is averagely prepared for the examination. He is aiming for IIT Delhi.
- Mohit who have done self-study is aiming for IIT Delhi. He referred Concept of Physics by HC Verma for Physics, RD Sharma for Mathematics and Modern ABC for Chemistry.
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Questions related to JEE Main
tips to get 80+ in physics of jee mains...in Feb 2021 m weak in physics plz give a suggestion
given below are some of the tips and tricks that you can make use of while preparing for the physics portions or other portions as well for JEE Mains Examination,
- Use NCERT textbooks to learn the basics and mold your foundation
- Write down all the formulas and shortcut methods
- Make sure you do well time management
- Try using the process of elimination to get the correct answer
- Solve previous years question papers as they are proven to be very helpful as they give you an idea of how the questions are asked
if I give 2 mock tests per day of jee mains (full syllabus) for 20 days....will it be beneficial?
Yes, ideally if you have completed your full JEE Syllabus, you must regularly solve one or two Full Syllabus Papers, Previous Years, Mock Tests as well as Test Series, besides regular revision. But do ensure after the test you do proper analysis of the paper and note all the unknown and new information you came across during the test.
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is viteee exam easier than jee exam
Two different examinations cannot be compared. Both are set in their own way by the own faculty. I'll just say VITEEE exam is just taken to get admissions into the VIT college whereas JEE is an ALL INDIA level entrance examinations whose papers are set by different IITS each year. And the competition is really high in the second one. So as per my personal opinion and experience, JEE is much tougheer than all the other exams..
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chapter wise weightage for jee mains
Jee Mains 2021 is the biggest engineering entrance exam for which more than 9 lakh candidates are expected to apply. It is the first step for future engineers who seek admission in IITs, NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs.
The question come from Maths, Physics and Chemistry.
Over the years it has been seen that the difficulty level in each section is usually as follows:
- Maths – Moderate but lengthy
- Physics – Toughest
- Chemistry – Easiest with direct NCERT questions
You can analyse chapter wise weightage of each chapter by going through past year papers.
You can refer to this link for checking the weightage.
Hope this helps!!
study materials for jee mains 2021
When preparing for a competitive exam it is very important that you follow the right books. Some books may be hard to follow, so try to get materials that are written in a student friendly language. Below I have given a link where you can find details about the best study materials for JEE Mains: