JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 Students Reactions
Prabakaran K, 07 Apr 2019, #JEE Main
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JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 Students Reactions (April 7) - National Testing Agency (NTA) has conducted JEE Main 2019 Paper-II exam on April 7. The test was conducted in two shifts from 9:30 am to 12:20 pm and 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. JEE Main 2019 paper-2 entrance test was held at 264 exam cities in India and 9 outside (abroad). Students had to bring their JEE Main 2019 admit card for April session, a valid photo ID proof and a photograph. The candidates who had appeared in JEE Main April 2019 test were not permitted to carry anything with them other than admit card and ID proof. Careers360 interacted with the students before and after the examination to grasp the reactions of the students at the exam centre. Check below to know the JEE Main 2019 students reactions paper 2 for April session.
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Exam Schedule of JEE Main April 2019 for Paper 2

Events

Forenoon Session

Afternoon Session

Exam Time

9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

2:30 PM to 5:30 PM

Test Duration

Three Hours

Three Hours

Exam Centre Entry Timing

7:30 AM to 9 AM

12:30 PM to 2 PM

Admit Card Verification

9:00 AM to 9:15 AM

2:00 PM to 2:15 PM

Entering into the Exam Centre

9:15 AM

2:15 PM

Starting Time of Examination

9:30 AM

2:30 PM

Completion of Exam

12:30 PM

5:30 PM


JEE Main 2019 Student Reactions Paper 2 (April 7) - Afternoon Session (2:30 pm to 5:30 pm)

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Post-exam

Arpit Kaur "Maths was tough. However, the drawing and aptitude section were good. The aptitude section was easy. Overall, the difficulty level was average. There were no technical glitches. I am expecting full marks in drawing but I am confused about how much I will score in Mathematics. I had also appeared for the January session"

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Raja Kumar says the examination was fine. Contradicting other reactions, he stated that Mathematics was easy while aptitude was hard. He also found the drawing section easy. According to Raja Kumar, this session was easier as compared to the first session.

Arif "The paper was good. Mathematics was tough and others was easy. General aptitude section had questions about architectures. We were asked to name the architectures of certain buildings. I had attempted the January session".

Amir Khan "Aptitude section was easy while Maths was difficult as compared to January session. In the Mathematics section, you had to think a lot before attempting . The aptitude section was easy and drawing was of moderate difficulty and consisted of questions related to bedsheet design, copying a picture as it is and arranging a cube to make a figure. I am expecting 150 + marks. This session was more tougher than the January session. I am appearing for Paper I as that is my main goal.

Rishabh says that the Mathematics section was tough. Aptitude and drawing sections were quite easy. This was my second attempt. I am also attempting Paper I.

Pranab "The paper was okay. Aptitude was easy, Mathematics was of medium difficulty and drawing was easy. Out of the three sections, Mathematics was the tougher as compared to the January session. I am expecting more than 90 percentile. I had scored 92 percentile in the January session.

Abhishek "The paper was good, it was easy. Mathematics section was difficult. I am expecting around 257 marks.

Jay "The exam was good and easy. This was my first attempt. I am expecting 200+ marks.

Aryan Gupta says the examination was quite easy. He attempted 15 questions in Mathematics and all questions in aptitude. I had not prepared much for Maths. I want to go for B.Tech and will be attempting Paper 1. General aptitude questions were very easy, they were related to isometric projections, side views, stops views and around 10 questions were from general knowledge like normal buildings and structures. One of the questions I could not answer was - Which is the tallest building in Kolkata?. In Mathematics, the 15 questions I attempted were from 12th standard. Drawing had three questions - we had to copy a figure of a girl as it is, secondly we had to draw a view of the restaurant and thirdly we had to make a design of a photo frame by using only cubes and stencils.

Karan "The paper was good. It was a bit lengthy as compared to the January session. Drawing took up my time the most. I am expecting around 230-250 marks. In January session, I had scored around 150 marks.

Pre-exam


Rahul "I have not prepared anything. I have just check the previous year question papers. This is my first attempt. I am also attempting Paper I.


Udit says his preparation is average. He has not taken any coaching. Mathematics is his strong subject. It is his first attempt and will not be attempting Paper I.


Aman Aziz "I have self prepared for the examination. Mathematics is my strong subject. I am not sure about the aptitude section. I am expecting 200+ marks. I had attempted January session examination and it was so-so. I have not applied for Paper I".


JEE Main 2019 Student Reactions Paper 2 (April 7) - Forenoon Session (9:30 am to 12:30 pm)


Post-exam

Saurabh Awasthi from CBSE board says that this is his second attempt. According to him, the drawing and aptitude section was easy and mathematics was tough. The aptitude and drawing section was of normal difficulty and consisted of questions which are usually asked. In the aptitude section, general awareness questions were a bit tough. The overall difficulty level was moderate. 3D, Conic section and Probability were some of the topics in Mathematics. Saurabh managed to finish the exam on time.

Aditya "The paper was moderately difficult. Aptitude was very easy and Mathematics was a bit tough. Drawing was easy. Questions in the aptitude section was asked in the January session. Mathematics had a lot of conic questions and little tough problems. I would suggest the next session candidates to focus on NCERT. As compared to the January session, the paper was more or less the same."

Ritik says that the examination difficulty was average. The aptitude section was easy while Mathematics was difficult. General questions of mental ability, test and aptitude test was asked. Maths had more NCERT and for preparation, SL Arora and RD Sharma is the best. This session was more easier than the January session. Ritik expects around 130 marks.'

Srianshul "The paper was good. Mathematics was moderately tough. I do not know how to draw so I do not want to comment about that section. Aptitude section was easy since it consisted of general knowledge questions. Mathematics section had covered all questions - there were some integration problems too.

Yash says the paper was easy. Aptitude was easy and Mathematics was of average difficulty. My drawing is weak so I had a hard time in that section. The difficulty level was moderate

Rishabh "My paper was fine. Mathematics was average and aptitude section was very easy. Thinking and visualization questions were asked in the aptitude section. Mathematics section had questions from 11th and 12th syllabus. There were three types of questions in the drawing section. I am expecting around 95 percentile. This was my first session"

Aman Yadav says his exam was good. Mathematics and aptitude was easy while drawing was tough since his drawing is weak. 10 questions of general knowledge were present in the aptitude section.Mathematics had intergration question, boolean algebra 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. There was no issue of time. Overall the difficulty level was moderate.

Pre-exam

Vartika “She has not made any coaching and prepared self. She has appeared in January session and she is also appearing for Paper 1 for April session.


Vaibhav was studied in Central Board of Secondary Education. He is going to appear for Paper-1 also and expecting more scores from Chemistry and Maths.


Saransh says, “I have prepared self-study for the test with 4 to 6 hours every day. I am expecting more score from Aptitude and Drawing. I am also appearing in the Paper-1.”


Arnab is from Assam told that he is expecting a decent score in the Paper-2. He expects more marks from the Aptitude section.

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