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JEE Main 2019 Topic Wise Weightage and Analysis by Learn.careers360: The online coaching pioneer Learn.careers360 has come up with the topic wise weightage and analysis of JEE Main 2019 January attempt for Paper 1 of all the shifts. Students can find below the topic wise split up of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in JEE Main 2019 January attempt for all the shifts. It will help students in analyzing the pattern of questions in JEE Main 2019 January attempt and students can plan their studies for April attempt accordingly. The article provides in-depth JEE Main 2019 topic wise analysis and weightage of questions by Learn.careers360 from every subject. Students who would be appearing for the April attempt can check the difficulty level of questions, topic wise segregation of questions in JEE Main 2019 Topic Wise Weightage and Analysis by Learn.careers360 and prepare for the exam in better planned way.
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The JEE Main 2019 January Paper 1 exam was held from January 9 to 12 in two shifts across 467 test centres in India and abroad. The exam was conducted by NTA in fully online computer based test and the result was announced on January 19. The NTA also released question papers and response sheets of students. A total of 8,74,469 students has appeared for the JEE Main Paper 1 exam for taking admission in UG engineering courses offered by IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.
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Topic wise weightage of questions: The expert faculties of Learn.careers360 analyzed the JEE Main 2019 paper in every aspect and the analysed the topic wise weightage of questions. Below is the JEE Main 2019 Topic wise weightage and analysis by Learn.careers360
JEE Main 2019-Day and shift wise analysis of questions:
Morning Shift- The questions on first day of JEE Main 2019 were much of analytical and calculative in nature rather than theoretical. Most of the questions were logical and calculative in all the three subjects. Physics saw most questions from electrostatics and mechanics part whereas questions in Mathematics were mostly from coordinate geometry, limit, continuity and differentiability. Chemistry was as like containing most questions from organic specifically from oxygen and halogens while some others from electrostatics and coordination compounds. The question paper was difficult to moderate on an average.
Evening Shift- The questions on shift two of day one of JEE Main 2019 January attempt were designed as such which required deeper calculations and assumptions. The Mathematics part saw most questions coming from integral calculus, complex number and quadratic equations. The Physics was a bit deviated towards Modern Physics drawing most questions from oscillations and waves beside a few from semiconductors. The difficulty level of Chemistry part was from moderate to easy level and most of the questions were either theoretical or requiring less assumptions and calculations from organic compounds containing oxygen and nitrogen. On an average, questions were from moderate to difficult level.
Morning Shift- Questions in shift one, day two of JEE Main 2019 were mostly logical and calculative in nature. Physics questions were mostly from electrostatics part coming from current electricity and magnetic effects of current. Questions in Mathematics were coordinate geometry, complex numbers and quadratic equations. Chemistry questions were mostly from organic chemistry specifically from halogens and oxygen.
Evening Shift- The Mathematics questions were mostly from coordinate geometry, limit, continuity and differentiability. Organic compounds containing oxygen and kinematics drew most of the questions from Chemistry while in Physics, most questions were from rotational motions and other parts of mechanics.
Morning Shift- Integral calculus, coordinate geometry and limi, continuity and differentiability almost covered the entire Mathematics on shift one, day three of JEE Main 2019. Physics questions were mostly from electrostatics, current electricity and optics. Questions in Chemistry were hydrogen, environmental chemistry and oscillation and waves.
Evening Shift- Questions in Physics were mostly from rotational mechanics and oscillation and waves. Chemistry questions were mostly from chemical thermodynamics, chemical compounds containing oxygens and solutions. Mathematics questions were mostly from coordinate geometry, matrices and determinants and complex numbers and quadratic equations.
Morning Shift- The questions in shift one of last day of JEE Main 2019 were mostly memory based requiring understanding and lengthy calculations. Mathematics question were mostly covered from topics of coordinate geometry, integral calculus and differential equations. Coordination compounds containing halogens, coordination compounds and kinematics were most asked topics from Chemistry. Physics covered most questions from current magnetism, optics and electrostatics.
Evening Shift- Most questions in Mathematics were from limit, continuity and differentiability, integral calculus and coordinate geometry. Physics questions were mostly from current electricity and mechanics part while in Chemistry, questions were mostly from topics of organic compounds containing oxygen, basic concepts of chemistry and states of matter.
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In order to build the concepts strong for JEE preparation, study two subjects among PCM every day. Try to solve questions on a regular basis. You can increase the speed of solving questions gradually. Minimum 30 questions per subject per day will be a great help. Make a list of all the formulae. That will help both in competitions as well as board exams. The concepts which you learn everyday must be written in a notebook which can be revised later on. On weekends, take a test paper and solve that within a given time frame. If you can solve the questions within 1-2 minutes, you can solve more problems very easily. Solving questions having variety will assist in tackling numerous problems within a specified period of time. For concept building in physics, chemistry and mathematics, you can refer to some special books such as :
Physics - Concepts of Physics, HC Verma
Chemistry - NCERT textbook
Mathematics - RD Sharma, NCERT Examplar,etc.
The cutoff list for JEE Advanced will be officially released by the authorities in the month of June. According to the 2019 cutoff list, the cutoff for general category was 35 percent of minimum aggregate marks in the exam. According to the common rank list, 90 was minimum aggregate marks. For more information you can refer to the link given below:
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