JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2019: January 12
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2019: January 12 - From 2019, National Testing Agency (NTA) is conducting JEE Main 2019 in two shifts. The national level engineering entrance examination was held from past 5 days (both Paper-1 and 2) in a computer-based test (CBT) mode. January 12, was the last of JEE Main 2019. Paper 1 of JEE Main 2019 for January 12 was conducted in two shifts (forenoon and afternoon) by NTA. Through this article, Careers360 has compiled the analysis of JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 which was conducted on January 12 for the reference of the candidates. The team of Careers360 visited the various centres, where the exam was conducted in Delhi to get the real-time analysis of JEE Main Paper 1 for January 12. The JEE Main Paper-1 analysis given in this article is based on the student's feedback who appeared for the examination in both the shifts. The analysis of JEE Main 2019 Paper- 1 for last day consists of details like exam difficulty level, types of questions asked, marking scheme and more. Since JEE Main is being held in multiple sessions, the candidates can check shift-wise JEE Main Paper 1 analysis here. Read on to know the analysis of JEE Main Paper-I conducted on January 12.
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JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2019: January 12
Afternoon Shift (2:30 PM to 5:30 PM)
- Ankit says Physics was tough. Maths and Chemistry were okay. 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 "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, "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."
- Manish says that the paper was moderate. Tangent and normal equation questions were present in Mathematics. Modern Physics questions were asked in the Physics section and Chemistry had organic chemistry, In Mathematics, two or three questions were tough while others were normal.
- Shalesh, "I think the paper was at a moderate level. Major of the questions from Chemistry section was of organic chemistry. Physics section had electrostatic and mechanics questions and in Mathematics from the Algebra section.
- 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.
Forenoon Shift (9:30 AM to 12:30 PM)
- Saumya says that Chemistry section questions were mostly from Organic chemistry. Physics was 90% formula based.
- According to Meenal Gupta, the paper was created in such a way that if a candidate had practiced using a lot of sample papers then it was easy to complete half of the exam. Chemistry was the most difficult section while Mathematics was the easiest and Physics was moderate.
- Anjali Rana, "The difficulty level of the paper was medium. Physics was difficult, Mathematics was average because most of the questions were from NCERT. Chemistry was easy. The weightage of the paper was okay. Dominating topics were circles, parabola and only one question was from integration. One question in Chemistry was from PPM, mole concept and from Polymers. I don't remember about Physics because it was tough.
- Rhea says Chemistry was tough. In Chemistry, the division of questions was equal. No particular topics dominated in Physics. Mathematics was good and it was not lengthy.
- Ritu says that the paper was moderate.
- Vansika, "The difficulty level was not bad. It was an average paper. Mathematics was a little tough since the calculation was a bit longer. In Physics also, the procedure was longer. Chemistry was easy. There were not many questions from 11th standard.
- According to Suruchi, the difficulty level of the paper was okay. I found Mathematics difficult while Chemistry was easy. Physics was moderate. In Mathematics, Circles and straight line questions were asked while in Physics, 11th standard syllabus questions were asked. Chemistry had more questions from organic chemistry.
- Abhigya says that Mathematics was a bit difficult. Mathematics had one question from the complex number and there were many questions from quadratic and trigonometry. Physics had gravitational and rotational questions. There were no questions from laws of motion. Chemistry questions were comparatively easy.
JEE Main 2019 Paper I Analysis by Resonance (Forenoon Shift)
- The difficulty level of the paper seemed to be moderate.
- Chemistry and Mathematics paper was on the tougher side as compared to Physics.
JEE Main 2019 Paper I Analysis by Career Point (Forenoon Shift)
- Paper was tougher in Mathematics and Chemistry but comparatively easier on Physic's side
- Physics and Chemistry - 12th syllabus dominated over 11th
- Mathematics - Both 11th and 12th syllabus were of equal weightage
JEE Main 2019 Paper I Analysis by Learn.careers360 (Forenoon Shift)
- Chemistry - Easiest (Mostly NCERT based Questions)
- Physics - Moderate
- Mathematics - Lengthy and Calculative
- Uniform Questions from all part of the syllabus.
- Overall - Moderate Paper
- Questions were mostly single concept based questions as observed mostly in all other slots.
JEE Main 2019 Paper I Analysis by Learn.careers360 (Afternoon Shift)
- 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.
Previous Day’s JEE Main 2019 Paper-1 Analysis
JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis: January 11 (Both Sessions)
Overall paper was scoring.
In forenoon shit, Physics and Chemistry was easy while Mathematics in comparison to the both was difficult.
In afternoon shift, chemistry was moderate, Physics was easiest of all, while Maths was lengthy and calculative making it a bit tough.
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JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis: January 10 (Both Sessions)
The overall paper was average (moderately difficult)
In forenoon shift, In mathematics 2 to 3 questions were repeated to a greater extent from the previous year paper. Chemistry and Physics- Mostly new questions were asked
In afternoon shift, Mathematics was average, Physics was hard while Chemistry was easy.
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JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis: January 9 (Both Sessions)
Overall Paper-1 was moderate in difficulty level.
In forenoon shift, Physics was time-consuming but easy, Mathematics easy and Chemistry was a bit tricky.
In afternoon shift, Chemistry section was easiest of all. Physics and Mathematics concepts repeated from previous year papers.
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