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JEE Main Paper Analysis 2019 (Physics, Chemistry, Maths) - The paper analysis for JEE Main 2019 April session exam is available by various coaching institutes. The JEE Main 2019 April session exam has been conducted on April 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 across 370 test centres in India and abroad. Various coaching centres has released exam analysis of JEE Main 2019 for Paper-1 and 2 based on student memory. Candidates can check the analysis in the article below. JEE Main 2019 paper analysis for Physics, Chemistry and Maths includes all aspects of the paper and its difficulty level to the number of questions in each section to the percentage of syllabus covered from class XI & XII. The experts of leading coaching centres have prepared the paper analysis of JEE Main 2019 for Physics, Chemistry, and Maths with a critical eye and publish it for candidates who will be appearing in the April attempt of JEE Main 2019. This will allow those candidates to prepare and appear in JEE Main accordingly. Candidates may expect similar questions in April attempt on the basis of JEE Main paper analysis 2019 for Physics, Chemistry and Maths done by experts for the January attempt. Candidates can check the previous years’ analysis of JEE Main from various coaching experts and get an idea about this year’s question paper.Latest: JEE Main 2019 Result declaredLatest: JEE Main 2019 Cutoff releasedJEE Main 2019 Analysis by FIITJEE- January session
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Mentioned below is the day-wise and paper-wise analysis of JEE Main 2019 released by FIITJEE based on student feedback:
There were no changes in the pattern of Paper -2 of JEE Main compared to previous years. Candidates found Mathematics – easy to Moderate level. Students reported few questions repeated from previous years question papers. Aptitude was easy, while Drawing was easy to moderate level as per creativity of student. Overall the paper was of easy to moderate level. As compared to last year paper was easy to moderate level as per students. Also, no errors were reported from students as such.
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Previous Year JEE Main Paper Analysis (Physics, Chemistry, Maths)
JEE Main Paper Analysis and Cutoff 2018 by Toppr
Mr. Rajshekhar Ratrey, VP Educational Content, Toppr.com, analysed and said that the difficulty level of JEE Main 2018 Paper I was similar to that of the last two years. The overall paper was moderately easy, and the candidate shouldn’t have any problem completing the paper within the stipulated time. The weightage of the question paper was the same as that of 12th standard syllabus.
Section-wise JEE Main 2018 Analysis
Of all three, Physics was the most difficult section, with majority of questions being theory and calculation based. The section wasn’t very lengthy though. Of the total 30 questions asked in this section, 17 were from class XII and 13 were from class XI.
Difficulty-wise distribution of questions
This section was of moderate difficulty level, with questions being a mix of theory and calculations because of which candidates could complete the section quickly and move on to the other sections. Out of the total questions, 14 were from class XII syllabus, and 16 were from class XI syllabus.
Mathematics mostly had calculation-based questions but was the easiest of all three. Of the total questions, 10 were from class XII syllabus and 20 belonged to class XI syllabus.
Expected Cutoff by Toppr
As predicted, the JEE Main 2018 cutoff for general category was supposed to be anything between 95 and 105.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Vidyamandir
According to Vidyamandir Classes, the overall difficulty level of JEE Main 2018 Paper I was moderate. Of the 90 questions asked in the exam, 6 were difficult, 38 were moderate and the remaining 46 were easy. The section-wise analysis has been given below.
Physics – It was the easiest of all the three sections. This section had equal number of moderate and easy questions – 15 each. There were 14 questions from Class XI syllabus, and 16 from Class XII.
Mathematics – This section had it’s difficulty level between Physics and Chemistry sections. Out of the total questions, there were 2 difficult, 13 moderate and 15 easy questions. As per the distribution of syllabus, 16 questions were from Class XI and 14 were from Class XII.
Chemistry – As per the coaching institute analysis, it was the most difficult section of all. There were 4 questions as difficult, 10 as moderate and 16 as easy. The weightage of questions were distributed equally between Class XI and Class XII syllabus.
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JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by FIITJEE
According to the experts of FIITJEE,
The overall difficulty level for paper was like previous years, however, Chemistry was slightly tougher than last year.
The questions of JEE Main 2018 Paper I were balanced. As expected by the experts, many questions were conceptual with some needing analytical skills. Of the questions asked, 20 questions were easy, 55 were of moderate difficulty and 15 questions were relatively difficult.
The difficulty level of JEE Main 2018 Paper I was from easy to moderate, whereas, for students who appeared it was tough in comparison to last year.
For General Category, the expected cutoff was 86, as per FIITJEE experts.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Motion Education
According to the faculty and experts of Motion IIT, class XII questions were given more weightage in JEE Main 2018 Paper I. However, Chemistry had 7 difficult questions, Mathematics had 5 and Physics had only 1 difficult question.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Career Point
The Paper 1 of JEE Main 2018 was lengthier in comparison to previous year. Almost, 15 questions were from previous year's JEE Main online/ offline papers.
Physics was more difficult and calculative this year as compared to last year.
The questions were tougher this year in Chemistry. The ones’ from Physical chemistry were tricky.
In JEE Main 2018, Mathematics carried lengthier questions than last year. Of all the questions, 17 were asked from class XI syllabus, while 13 questions were asked from class XII syllabus.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Sri Chaitanya
JEE Main 2018 Paper I was comparatively difficult than previous year.
Chemistry topped the chart, while Mathematics and Physics were second and third, in terms of difficulty. Both Mathematics and Chemistry had more analytically lengthy questions. The Chemistry section had more questions from Physical Chemistry, while Mathematics carried more questions from Algebra.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Resonance
The difficulty level of all sections was same.
Mathematics was the toughest in comparison to Chemistry and Physics.
Chemistry had 7 tough, 10 moderate and 13 easy questions, while Mathematics had 10 tough, 13 moderate and 7 easy questions. In Physics, 3 questions were tough, 14 moderate and 13 easy.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Plancess
The overall paper was quite similar to the previous year’s paper. It was moderately on the easier side.
Physics was the toughest of all three. It had a good mix of conceptual and calculative questions. Chemistry was the easiest, though it was a bit lengthy.
Class XI topics had a little more weightage than class XII. Overall, there were 41 questions that were asked from class XII and 49 from class XI.
The cut-off of the paper should lie between 98 to 105.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Career Launcher
As studied by experts, the Physics section was relatively tough than the previous year. Of the whole paper, 17 questions in this section were asked from Class XII syllabus, while 13 were from Class XI. Topics such as EMI, AC and EM Waves and Communication, Modern Physics, Current Electricity and Gravitation and Rotational Mechanics carried the maximum number of questions - 5, 4, 3, 3 respectively.
JEE Main 2018 Chemistry section was comparatively tough than last year as analysed. Out of the total 30 questions, 16 were from class XII syllabus, while 14 were asked from Class XI syllabus. Certain topics such as Chemistry of Representative Elements, General Organic Chemistry - Function Group I, Organic Chemistry - Function Group II, Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium and Chemical Bonding carried the maximum weightage with 4 and 3 questions each respectively.
Mathematics section was the only one which was not as tough as it was last year. However, most of the questions in this section required lengthy calculations. Topics like Indefinite and Definite Integrals & Area under the curve and Conics carried the maximum weightage with 3 questions each.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Aakash
As the Aakash experts concluded, the Physics section had around 56% questions as easy and only 5% as difficult. Almost, 57% of the question paper had questions from class XII and rest of the 43% were from class XI syllabus.
The chemistry section had moderate difficulty level with 37% questions from Physical Chemistry. Of the total questions asked, 53% were asked from class XI syllabus, whereas, 47% questions were from class XII syllabus.
The questions in Mathematics section carried 13% difficult questions. Of the questions, 60% were asked from class XII syllabus and remaining 40% were from class XII syllabus.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by T.I.M.E
As per the experts, Physics and Chemistry were comparatively were easier than Mathematics which had lengthy calculations.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Rao IIT Academy
As analysed by the experts of Rao IIT Academy in JEE Main 2018 paper, Chemistry section was slightly difficult in comparison to last year. The questions from Physical chemistry were lengthy and tricky. Some questions from Inorganic Chemistry were tough too.
Mathematics - If compared to previous year, Mathematics section was lengthier. All of the questions were conventional. The difficulty level of this section was similar to previous year.
Physics - This section was relatively tough than last year. It had tough questions from class XII syllabus rather than class XI.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Allen Kota
As per Allen Kota, Mathematics had relatively easier questions, followed by Chemistry and Physics respectively.
Physics had most of the questions from Current Electricity, while in Chemistry, Physical Chemistry was given more weightage. In Mathematics, the division of topics was near to equal.
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2018 by Leading Coaching Institutes
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JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by Vidyamandir
JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by Allen Kota
JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by Career Launcher
JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by Motion IIT-JEE
JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by Rao IIT Academy
JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by Resonance
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JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by Sri Chaitanya
JEE Main Analysis & Cutoff by T.I.M.E
Previous Year’s Cutoff Trends of JEE Main
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JEE Main Cutoff Trends Over the Years
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