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JEE Main 2019 Students Reactions (Paper 1) - National Testing Agency has concluded JEE Main April 2019. Paper 1 was held on April 8, 9, 10 & 12, 2019. Candidates were asked to report at their allotted exam centres at 7 am for Paper 1 scheduled from 9.30 AM to 12.30 AM (Forenoon shift) and 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM (Afternoon shift). The students appearing in JEE Main 2019 exam were not allowed to take anything with them – no bags, no stationery items, no watches, nothing. However, candidates had to carry their valid admit card in addition to a photo ID and a photograph because entry without these were disallowed under any circumstances. Paper 1 was conducted for B. Tech/ B.E. admissions. JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 comprises of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, Careers360 brings a pictorial sequence of students and parents from JEE Main exam centres on how the candidates reacted at different moments. See their reactions. JEE Main 2019 Paper I has 9,29,198 registered candidates and the JEE Main exam will be held at 467 centres.Latest: JEE Main 2019 Students Reactions Paper 1 (April 12).Important: JEE Main 2019 Answer Key available now
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JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Afternoon Session) - April 12
According to the students, Physics was the toughest section. Mathematics had moderate difficulty level. Maths had questions from conic sections, straight lines, algebra, matrices. Chemistry had questions from mole concepts, atomic structure, hydrocarbons. In Maths, there were questions from straight lines, eclipse, parabola, hyperbola. Chemistry was the easiest section. Most of the questions were from 11th standard syllabus/
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JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Forenoon Session) - April 12
The paper was of moderate difficulty. Mathematics was the toughest section and was lengthy. Physics was moderate while Chemistry was easy. All topics were covered and balanced. 12th standard syllabus had more weightage. There were a lot of questions from organic chemistry, in Maths section there were many questions from 3D and Vectors
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Afternoon Session) - April 10
As per the students who appeared for the examination, the paper was easier than the January session. Physics was of moderate difficulty and lengthy. Mathematics section was comparatively tougher and Chemistry was the easiest. Most of the questions were largely based on NCERT. Overall, the difficulty of the paper was moderate to easy.
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Forenoon Session) - April 10
The forenoon session was of moderate difficulty level as per the students. Most of the students claimed that Physics was the most difficult. Mathematics was of moderate difficulty while Chemistry was the easiest. All of the topics were balanced and equally divided in the paper. In Chemistry, there were more questions from Inorganic while for Mathematics, there were more questions from Integration and Circles. While some students found the January session more easier as compared to the April session, there were a few who thought the opposite.
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Afternoon Session) - April 9
According to the students, Physics was the most difficult while Chemistry was the easiest section. Mathematics ranged from moderate to easy. The Physics section was lengthy in nature. In Physics section, 6 questions were from Mechanics, 4 questions from Semiconductors and 3 questions from electrostatics. Relative motion and sound frequency topics were mixed for a question. There was also a question about concave mirrors. In Mathematics, there were questions from eclipse, parabola, inverse trigonometry, In chemistry stratosphere question was very easy.
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Forenoon Session) - April 9
Most of the students claimed that the paper was easier than the January session. Physics and Mathematics were difficult while Chemistry was the easiest. Some of the students said that the questions were divided in a balanced manner. All of the questions were related to CBSE syllabus. Most of the questions in Maths was from Calculus and in Physics from Thermodynamics. In Maths, questions from conic sections and straight lines were present. Electrostatics from 12th standard syllabus and optics were present in Physics. Inorganic chemistry were asked and not much from organic chemistry.
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Afternoon Session) - April 8
The examination was better than the January session according to most of the students. Chemistry was easy while Physics was of moderate difficulty. Mathematics was the most difficult. Questions were asked from Mechanics, Modern Physics for the Physics section. All topics were given equal weightage. The paper was balanced and most of the students finished the examination within the allocated time.
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 1 Students Reaction (Forenoon Session) - April 8
As per the students, Physics was tough while Chemistry was of moderate level. Many students claimed that Mathematics was the easiest section. The difficulty level was moderate as compared to the January session. No technical glitches were experienced in the examination. In Physics, three questions are from Thermodynamics, one question is from Mechanics, two questions are from Semi-Conductors and three questions are from EMF. In Maths, the questions were from Coordinates, circle & straight lines.
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 2 Students Reaction (Afternoon Session)
According to most of the students, this session was more easier that the first. However, the Mathematics sections was more tougher that the January session. Similar to the first session, students found aptitude and drawing section easier while Mathematics was tough. General aptitude questions were easy, they were related to isometric projections, side views, stops views and around 10 questions were from general knowledge like normal buildings and structures. Questions from Mathematics were mostly from 11th and 12th standard syllabus. Drawing had three questions - copying a figure of a girl as it is, secondly drawing a view of the restaurant and thirdly a design of a photo frame by using only cubes and stencils had to be made.
JEE Main April 2019 Paper 2 Students Reaction (Forenoon Session)
Most of the students claimed that the paper was of moderate difficulty. While the aptitude and drawing section was easy, Mathematics was tougher. General knowledge questions were asked in the aptitude section while Mathematics had conic, integration, probability problems and more. In one of the drawing sections, a figure had to be made out of a cube. Another question was that a flower had to be made and a table cloth had to be designed in the third question.
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Cuttoff score of any category depends upon level of paper.. Cuttoff can be predicted after analysing Jee mains paper and JEE MAINS 2020 EXAMINATION will conduct on January..So patiently wait till EXAMINATION gets over..But you can take 40+ score as safe score for getting seats in NITs..
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Cutoff can only be predicted after seeing the toughness of the question so at this time predicting the cutoff is of no use. Also do not think of just clearing the cutoff as if you'll just clear the cutoff then also you'll not get any good colleges. So try score atleast more than 130+ for good colleges.
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there might be change in exam pattern but that won't effect to the NIT or IIIT selection criteria. they intake candidates on the basis of rank which is calculated from many factors and the most important factor is percentile you score in JEE Main. Your percentile will get affected by your score in your entrance exam.
In other way even your percentile is higher there will be many candidate with higher percentile or same percentile as you and you will left behind as your rank will be high drastically.
Lets assume if you got percentile 99% there will be around 5k-10k students with 99.0-99.9% percentile. Then your rank will be near to 6k-11k. if so you will not get NIT or IIIT. so it totally depends on how many candidates are before you.
Nothing to worry just give your best. in addition a rank below 2Kis considered to get an admission into NIT or IIIT easily through counseling.
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