JEE Main 2018 Online Exam Student Reactions - JEE Main 2018 Paper I has conlcuded in online mode. The exam was held for two days – April 15 & 16, 2018. The reporting time for the examination was 7 AM and candidates started pouring in for the online entrance examination. JEE Main 2018 Paper I was held in two-time slots on April 15 ( 9:30 AM to 12:30 Noon and 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM) and one slot on April 16 (9:30 PM to 12:30 PM). It was essential for the candidates to carry their admit card and a photo identity to be allowed to enter the examination hall. No other items were allowed inside the venue. The online entrance examination was conducted for admissions into the NITs, IIITs and CFTIs. Only JEE Main Paper I was conducted in online mode. Careers360 has compiled on the reactions of the students who had arrived at the centre for the examination. Check here for the updated pre and post examination reactions of students on JEE Main 2018 online mode examination.
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JEE Main 2018 Paper I Post-Exam Reactions
Session II (April 15, 2018)
Karan - "The paper was easy but Mathematics was difficult as expected"
Abhinav - "The exam was fine but I was more difficult than expected. Chemistry was easy and Mathematics was fine. I was not prepared so I think I can score 160 or 170".
Rohan says his overall exam was fine and Chemistry was overall easy. HIs target for JEE Main 2018 is 160.
Chhavi says her exam went well. The exam was not very tough. According to her, Chemistry was the best, followed by Maths and then Physics. Chhavi has not taken any coaching. Still has not figured which institute she will apply for.
Tarun has just completed his first attempt on JEE Main 2018 and found the Chemistry section very easy.
Himanshu says he found Maths easy, Chemistry tough and Physics moderate. He did not join any coaching and did self-study. WIll score 180.
Akash is from CBSE board and it was his first attempt. He found Maths the most difficult and is estimating a score of 180 plus.
Session I (April 15, 2018)
Mehek says that the examination was so-so. Mathematics section was difficult because of too many questions from conic sections. More emphasis was given to 11th standard syllabus. On a scale of 10, Mehek rates the difficulty level as 6 or 7. Mehek has not done any coaching and it is her first attempt.
Aparna is from CBSE board and found the Physics section more tough in the exam. She thinks offline mode would have been better because scrolling between questions would be easier and the macro view would be clearer
Preeti is expecting 180 plus marks. According to her, Physics was tough because the questions were difficult and time-consuming, Chemistry was easy and Mathematics was neither extra tough or extra easy.
Aelavya says Physics was tough, Maths was easy but lengthy. She might appear for the offline mode of exam during her next attempt. Expecting 80 plus marks in the exam, Aelavya is planning to drop this year and go to Kota for preparations since she believes her performance will not get her admission in her desired institute.
Disha believes she will score above 200 marks. According to her, the Mathematics section was lengthy and tough. Chemistry had more organic topics. Disha found online mode better since it saves more time.
Abhishek did his coaching from FIITJEE and found the online mode more suitable. According to Abhishek, coaching was more scoring.
Karan says "It was my first attempt and I have not taken any coaching. Physics was easy while Mathematics was difficult. My sister asked me to take online mode.
Aditi took coaching from Vidya Mandir and selected online mode so that she has the chance to correct her selected responses. Her strong area is Mathematics.
JEE Main 2018 Paper I Pre-Exam Reactions
Session II (April 15, 2018)
Prisha has not undergone any coaching and it is her first attempt. She is more comfortable with an online exam and believes her strong area is Mathematics.
Abhishek is from FIITJEE's Pinnacle programme where they have schooling and coaching together. Overall his preparation is good and says he will score better in Mathematics.
Akul Mehra completed his coaching from VMC and it is his first attempt. His strongest subjects are Chemistry and Physics
Session I (April 15, 2018)
David says it’s his first attempt and he is more confident in Physics. He has not taken any coaching and feels that in online exam the scope of mistakes are less.
Aradhya Sharma, who has taken coaching from FIITJEE, says his preparation went well and has solved previous year papers. He thinks he will score better in Chemistry. It is his first attempt. Has opted for online because of multiple factors such as being able to correct wrongly marked answers and time is saved due to online marking.
Sameer Khan thinks his Mathematics and Chemistry sections are strong. He opted for online mode of JEE Main 2018 examination due to physical education paper.
Bhavishya Bhatt has opted for online exam as a training platform for JEE Advanced. He has taken coaching from Vidyamandir and is confident more about Chemistry.
Jatin hails from CBSE board and says he can score better in Chemistry and has not taken any coaching. According to Jatin, the offline exam has many disadvantages.
Mansi decided to opt for the online mode because she wanted more time to prepare for the exam. She has not taken any coaching and has also registered for IPU CET.
Similarly, Ritika Gautam also chose the online mode of exam for more time to practice. It is her first attempt and she did not take any coaching. Ritika believes Chemistry is her strong area.
Abhishek Gupta has not undertaken any coaching and it is his first attempt. His centre is Ion Digital 1 and he is confident about Mathematics. Abhishek thinks the online mode of exam gave him more time for preparation and will be easier to correct mistakes.
Priyanshu Chaudhary, who has also arrived at Ion Digital 1 for the examination, thinks his strong area is Chemistry. It is his first attempt and he has not taken coaching. Priyanshu has also opted for online exam due to more time for preparation.
Sameer Khan - “This is my first attempt and I have not done any coaching. I belong to CBSE board and I chose the online mode of exam so that I could have more time to prepare.”
Saksham Chandra “I opted for online examination because I tend to make lots of mistakes in OMR sheets. It is my first attempt and I have not taken coaching. I believe my strong area is Chemistry.”
Ravi Ranjan Singh has accompanied his son Robin for the examination. Talking about the missing list of roll numbers at their centre, he says “There was a lot of confusion created because the names of the students of the second session were also present in the list”. His son Robin is appearing for the first time without coaching.
Similarly, Pawan Kumar, whose daughter Vanshika is also appearing for the first time without coaching, states that Vanshika’s name was missing in the list but now the matter has been resolved.