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JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction January 11: National Testing Agency has commenced the JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 for January 11 at various exam centres. The morning session of JEE Main is being conducted from 09:30 AM to 12:30 PM while the evening shift is conducted during 02:30 PM to 05:30 PM. The JEE Main 2019 exam started on January 8 with B.Arch paper and will go till January 12. The JEE Main 2019 exam is being conducted by NTA in a fully online mode computer based test. Students accompanied by their parents have come up to the exam centres from a very early morning. Careers360 brings to you the exclusive coverage of students reactions and their experience about the JEE Main 2019 right from the exam centres. Read the full article below to know more
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JEE Main 2019 Students Reaction (Forenoon Session) - January 11 Paper 1
Pre Exam Reaction
Students have started gathering at the exam centres amidst the chilling cold.
Roll numbers, seating plan and instructions regarding the exam have been displayed outside the entrance gate of exam centre. Students are checking their seating plans and exam instructions.
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Atulya, student of Kendriya Vidyalaya R.K. Puram prepared from FIIT JEE and TIME. She has strategize to appear first for Chemistry and then Physics with Mathematics in the last. She studied with FIIT JEE package books and also took help from HC Verma for Physics. She expect to score around 150 marks and wants to take admission in either of the IITs, NITs or BITS.
Pushkal from Bihar is expecting to score around 200-220 marks and wants to take admission in IIT Bombay. He studied from Resonance coaching institute.
Siddhant Jaiswal has planned to attempt about 60% questions and score 250 marks.
Sukriti has prepared well for the exam and will also be appearing for the April session of JEE Main 2019. She has prepared from FIIT JEE and wants to take admission in NITs or DTU. She prepared Physics from HC Verma and Chemistry from NCERT.
Ashutosh is expecting to score around 200 marks and has prepared well for the exam.
Himanshi has prepared by self and is expecting to score around 150 marks.
Ashish Kumar, dropout student from Delhi has prepared from Shri Chaitanya institute. He is expecting to score around 150 marks.
Helen has prepared by self and is aiming to take admission in either of the govt. college. She has her target of appearing in Civil Services exam in future.
Gates are about to close, students are coming as late as 09:10 AM. Some students forgot to bring photo ID card and guards are guiding students how they can get it from a nearby computer centre.
Gates has been closed for the forenoon session exam at 09:15 AM.
JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Exam begins for the January 11 forenoon session
Post Exam Reaction
The JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 morning session concludes on day 3. Students have started arriving out of the exam centres.
Harshdeep Singh found questions from Mathematics and Chemistry as moderate while Physics was a bit difficult. He expects to get around 180-200 marks.
Madiri Nisha found Chemistry as the easiest while Mathematics and Physics was moderate. She studied basic concepts of CBSE and is expecting a good score.
Sinishri found Mathematics difficult while Chemistry was easy but a bit lengthy. Overall difficulty level of paper was moderate.
Akriti found paper to be moderately easy and studying basic concepts could help score good marks. Chemistry was the easiest while Mathematics was tough and lengthy.
Shreyashi founds Mathematics to be the easiest part while Chemistry was lengthy while most questions in Physics were formula driven. She attempted a total of 23 questions.
Sanjana found Physics difficult while Mathematics and Chemistry was moderate. She attempted around 30-35 questions in all.
Jessy, a student from Delhi is expecting around 100 marks. She took coaching from PACE Academy and practiced sample papers.
Bhumika prepared by self and practiced questions prescribed by CBSE.
Anjali took coaching from FIIT JEE for 2 years. She studied Physics from HC Verma, Mathematics from FIIT JEE package and Chemistry from OP Tandon, Awasthi and Pandey. She expects to score around 250-260 score.
Meenakshi is expecting to score around 100 marks. She studied by self.
JEE Main 2019 Afternoon Session January 11 Paper 1
Students start arriving at the exam centre for afternoon shift of JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 on Day 3.
Security guards are explaining the instructions to candidates. Gates are about to close for the afternoon session of JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 on Day 3.
Gate closed at 02:16 PM and no student will be allowed to enter.
Gates are opened at 05:30 PM for the afternoon shift of JEE Main 2019 Paper 1. Students coming out of the exam centre.
Prince Sharma found Chemistry paper to be very easy and most questions in Mathematics were based out of NCERT. He attempted 50 questions in total and expect a good score.
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let me suggest the basic method for preparing for all these exams. Go through the syllabi, pattern and prevvious exam question papers of these exams. Understand carefully. Plan and divide the syllabus carefully. Practice and plan time for each section so it will make the exam taking easier.
please follow the links below for detailed guidance on preparation and tips to ace the exam:
hope this helped
all the best
Physics is as important as math and chemistry in JEE as it carries equal number of marks. There are important topics hat carry a good weightage of marks like
Oscillation and Waves
, Modern Physics,
. Do not omit these.
Electromagnetic Induction and AC
are a few topics that a lot of queestions can be expected from.
Prepare formula sheets or flash cards for formulae from each chapter seperately which will make revision easy.
If you do not have a lot of time revise and focus more on what you already know.
for moe details regarding preparation of physics for JEE go through the following link:
hope this helped
all the best.
there are a lot of factors determining cutoffs like difficulty of the exam, previous trends, number of people attending and how many seats are available.
I cannot predict the cutoff for 2020 but depending on previous years' cutoffs, minimum marks for qualifying for ST category was around 24-30 marks.
for more information go through the following link:
all the best.
Hello Priyanshu Kisan,
For a good score in Jee mains 2020,you want to score more than the cut-off marks,the cut-off marks for various category is shown below.,
Common Rank List (CRL) ----89.7548849
Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL) ---74.3166557
Scheduled Caste (SC) ---54.0128155
Scheduled Tribe (ST) ----44.3345172
Hope this helps you...
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