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JEE Main 2020 Analysis by Learn@Careers360- The online coaching platform Learn@Careers360 will release the analysis of JEE Main 2020 after the conclusion of the exam. JEE Main 2020 analysis by Learn@Careers360 will be available for all slots and dates of January and April exam. The analysis of JEE Main 2020 by Learn@Careers360 will be prepared by the subject experts of the institute. The JEE Main analysis by Learn@Careers360 will have information about the difficulty level of exam, marks distribution for all topics of the three subjects, expected cutoff and other information about exam. Students must note that analysis will be prepared based on the feedback of questions from students as the JEE Main is conducted in online mode. Students can use the JEE Main 2020 analysis by Learn@Careers360 to get an idea about expected cutoff and know their indicative qualifying status. More information about JEE Main 2020 analysis by Learn@Careers360 can be found in the article below
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The subject experts of Learn@Careers360 will release the analysis in January second week after the conclusion of JEE Main 2020. Students can use the JEE Main 2020 analysis by Learn@Careers360 to know the difficulty level of exam, expected cutoff, topics and marks distribution in all the three subjects. The links for analysis of JEE Main 2020 by Learn@Careers360 will be available below as soon as it will be released by the institute.
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JEE Main 2020 January
January 6, 2020
January 7, 2020
January 8, 2020
January 9, 2020
Students are also provided below the previous year answer key and analysis of JEE Main by Learn@Careers360. The JEE Main analysis by Learn@Careers360 for previous year will help students understand the exam pattern in past years. The answer key along with the question papers and JEE Main analysis will help to pacify the preparation for exam. Students can check below the previous year JEE Main analysis and answer key by Learn@Careers360
April 8, slot 1
April 8, slot 2
April 9, slot 1
April 9, slot 2
April 10, slot 1
April 10, slot 2
April 12, slot 1
April 12, slot 2
JEE Main Paper 2 (April 7)
JEE Main Paper 1 (April 8)
Date of Exam
January 8, 2019 (Paper II)
January 9, 2019 (Paper I)
January 10, 2019 (Paper I)
January 11, 2019 (Paper I)
January 12, 2019 (Paper I)
Candidates can check below the JEE Main analysis by Learn@Careers360 for all shifts and dates conducted during January 8 to 12, 2019.
Chemistry - Easiest (Mostly NCERT based Questions)
Physics - Moderate
Mathematics - Lengthy and Calculative
Uniform Questions from all parts of the syllabus.
Overall - Moderate Paper
Questions were mostly single concept based questions as observed mostly in all other slots.
The level of the exam was moderate and scoring if you prepare well.
As per experts, the Mathematics section was moderate to difficult level. Some questions involved calculations and most of the questions were from probability and linear programming. Overall maths section is lengthy and calculative.
Physics section was easy to moderate level. All chapters were covered and you can solve all the questions if the basic concept is clear.
As usual in the Chemistry section was the easiest one. Most of the questions were directly
NCERT based. Memory-based and numerical question was there in the chemistry section.
Equal weightage was given to each subject but most of the question is from the class 12th syllabus.
Physics- Very easy. Questions asked were theoretically asked directly from theory.
Chemistry was also easy. Questions were asked from NCERT
Mathematics in comparison to Physics and Chemistry was difficult. Questions were calculative and lengthy.
Questions were not multi-application based.
Separate questions from different chapters.
The overall paper was scoring.
All topics were covered.
Chemistry – Mostly organic-inorganic part asked. Paper was moderately difficult.
Physics – Easiest of all
Maths – Lengthy and calculative. Little tough.
Separate questions from distant topics. Not multi-application based.
Known and popular concepts asked
Overall moderate paper
As per the experts of Learn.careers360 difficulty level was moderate.
All topics were covered in all the three subjects
The paper of Chemistry was mostly theoretical and less calculation were required.
In Maths 2 to 3 questions were repeated to a greater extent from previous year paper.
Most of the questions were new in Chemistry and Physics.
Difficulty level of Mathematics was medium, while Physics was hard and Chemistry easy.
Two questions were asked fromIntegration, Vector, 3D and Probability
In Physics, questions were asked from Zener Diode, current and electricity and dipole
Chemistry saw questions from Organic part, Ozone gases and production of reaction catalyst
Chemistry section was tough. Inorganic chemistry questions were against normal trends.
Mathematics section - The questions were evenly distributed throughout the syllabus.
Physics and Mathematics section - The concepts were repeated from previous year papers.
More multi-application based question was seen in the paper
According to the experts of Learn.careers360, Physics and Chemistry section was found to be easy while Mathematics was tough.
It was a lengthy paper.
The question paper was mainly based on calculations and formula based.
The questions were easy but time-consuming.
Tough questions were concept based
Need thorough revision and formula memorization to complete the paper
Speed and accuracy needed to complete the paper on time.
Selective study was not found to be helpful
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Deepak, it is possible to change your category for the April JEE MAINS but if you want to do so, then you have to leave aside the credentials entered for Jan session JEE and apply again as a new candidate.National Testing Agency (NTA), the conducting body for JEE MAINS allows the change from one category to another, say from General category to EWS as in your case, by filling the application form for April JEE as a fresh candidate.
So, if you want to change your category in April JEE MAINS, then you would have to register as a fresh or a "new" candidate by entering all the asked details from the starting.
The registration process for April session is easier for the already registered candidates who don't want to change the credentials and carry forward the same credentials entered for January JEE but if you have to change the credentials or details,you have to register yourself as a fresh candidate by going to the application portal and clicking on the link "fresh applicantions only" and register by entering all the details asked and enter your category as you wish. But remember that you should have the proof of the category you enter, otherwise you may land into problems during the counselling process. If you do so and register yourself as a new candidate, then you can give the April Mains as an EWS candidate and NTA would recognise you as a "new" candidate.
As per your percentile your rank would be somewhere above 200000 that is not a a good rank with respect to JEE main exam as there are only 40,000 seats available. now the time remaining for April attempt is not much and if your current impression level has not been improved drastically then there is very slight change that you will touch 99 percentile however if you have a good understanding of the concepts and you just are not able to perform good in the January attempt due to some other reason then academics then practice a lot for this month and you can achieve the score of 99 percentile. However if you are starting from scratch on your academic understanding of the subjects is not there then it is not possible to make your concepts strong in one month.
Hope this helps. Thank you.
since it is very difficult to predict the exact rank but we do have a backup we have a formula to calculate the expected rank that is (100 – Total percentile) x 869010/100.So according to formula your expected rank for present percentile for January session comes out to be 73865. Now the expected rank might change depending on the no of candidates appearing the april session. For ex if 12 lakh candidate appear the april session then just replace 869010 by 12 lakhs. But if you score above 85 percentile then you have a very decent chance of qualifying jee mains.
Now since the official cutoffs fro college are yet to be decided but let us analyse your chances by looking into the previous year cutoffs data
Well it's a little difficult to calculate the rank based on categories but if we look into the previous year datas to get a good NIT for general category is around 98+. Then we can expect the obc cutoff for good NIT would be more than 97+.
After looking into the data it seems a little difficult for you to enter this institute
No worries since you have an april attempt left and most importantly baap of the exams i,e Advance which may directly lead you into IIts.
But if you are curious to know that which college you might land into with your percentile then you can use the college predictor link which has following features;
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You can calculate your rank in General category based on the following formula
(100-Percentile score)*869010/100 , for 72 percentile your calculated rank is 243322 and if the number of candidates in JEE Main April got increased to 1200000 the your rank would be calculated based on the formula
(100-Percentile score)*1200000/100 which is 336000 , Now it is hard to predict rank in SC category wait till 30th April 2020.
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