JEE Main Exam Analysis 2019: National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the JEE Main for the first time now for the admission of 2019 session. That said, the exam pattern and its difficulty levels will be expected to vary from the previous year editions of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main). As far as the expert opinion lies, candidates can expect the JEE Main 2019 Question Paper to be a bit lengthy and the weightage of topics will be distributed in a varied manner than previous editions. This article will explore all the possibilities and provide a meaningful analysis of the JEE Main 2019. A pre-exam Analysis of JEE Main will be formulated, and after the JEE Main 2019, candidates will be provided with a post-exam analysis.
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JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers
Let’s start things with a peek into the previous session formats of topic distribution. Here is an analysis of the previous year exam pattern and topic wise weight age.
|Subject||Topic||Distribution in Percentage|
|Sets, Relation, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics||13%|
|Electrostatics and Current Electricity||17%|
|Magnetics and Electromagnetic Induction||13%|
|Semi-conductor Devices, Electromagnetic Waves, and Principles of Communication||13%|
|Heat and Thermodynamics||7%|
|Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves, and Elasticity||7%|
|Optics and Waves||3%|
Some of the Students Reactions on JEE Main Exam
Candidates who attempted the previously held JEE Main 2019 Exam had varied experiences to share. Some believed that the Mathematics section was exhaustive, while other believed Physics was tougher compared to Chemistry and Mathematics. Some attempted all questions with ease, and some pretended like they didn’t hear anything upon being asked on their attempt. Most of the questions were in accordance with the 11th and 12th standard levels. With all these varied experience, it can be concluded that students, who came prepared, were more successful in their attempts. There was clearly no luck factor to be considered.
Exam Pattern for JEE Main 2019
- Paper 1 will be computer-based standardized test which will be held for 3 hour duration.
- Paper 1 will consist 3 sections, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
- Total questions will be 90 and each section will comprise 30 questions each.
- Paper 1 will be an objective type consisting of Multiple Choice Questions.
- Total Marks for the whole paper will be 90 x 4, i.e. 360 marks.
- Paper 2 will be conducted in both online and offline modes.
- Online mode will be for Aptitude Test and Mathematics, while Offline mode will be conducted for drawing test.
- Paper 2 will consist of 3 sections, i.e. Mathematics, Aptitude Test, and Drawing Test.
- Duration for paper 2 will be 3 hours.
- Paper 2 will consist of 82 questions. 30 questions will be from Mathematics section and 50 questions will from General Aptitude. Remaining 2 questions will be held offline and will based on drawing and sketching skills.
- Questions for Mathematics and General Aptitude will be objective type multiple choice questions. For Drawing section, questions will be subjective and based on drawing and sketching skills of the candidate.
- Question paper will be set for a total of 390 marks.
Additional Tips for JEE Main 2019
Don’t forget to do sample question papers and mock test which are available both online and offline modes. Review after solving every mock test and sample question papers, and analyze the areas that need to be revised as well as the areas which remains to be covered. Understand the time limitations during the exam and don’t waste too much time on a single question. In case you are not remembering any particular answer, don’t dwell on it as it will come to you eventually. You will move on to the next question immediately.
While appearing in the examination, candidates must make sure that they do not spend too much time on a single section.
Candidates are advised to attempt Chemistry Section first and do it within 25 minutes. Attempting Physics Section should not exceed 40-50 minutes. Mathematics section should have enough time to be taken care of and should be done in patience.
Topicwise Distribution of Questions in previous Editions
|Sets, Relations and Functions||1||1|
|Limits, Continuity & Differentiability||2||2|
|Application of Derivatives||2||2|
|Indefinite and Definite Integrals & Area under the Curve||3||3|
|Cartesian coordinates & Straight Line||1||1|
|Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Progressions||3||3|
|Binomial Theorem, Exponential & Logarithmic Series||1||1|
|Permutation & Combination||1||1|
|3-D Coordinate Geometry||2||2|
|Differential Equations & Properties of Triangles||1||1|
|Trigonometry and Inverse Circular Function||1||1|
|Heights and Distances||1||1|
|Matrices & Determinants||2||2|
|Statics & Dynamics||0||0|
|Atomic Structure and Classification||1||2|
|States of Matter||1||1|
|Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium||1||1|
|Chemical Kinetics & Nuclear Chemistry||1||1|
|General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-I||6||3|
|Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-II||0||4|
|Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-III||1||2|
|Chemistry of Representative Elements||6||4|
|Coordination Compounds & Organometallics||2||1|
|Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments||2||1|
|New ton’s Laws and Friction||0||1|
|Work, Power & Energy||2||1|
|System of Particles||1||0|
|Gravitation, Rotational Mechanics||2||3|
|Properties of Matter||0||1|
|Mechanical Waves and Sound||2||0|
|Ray Optics, Wave Optics||3||3|
|Heat and Thermodynamics||3||4|
|Magnetism, Magnetic effects of current||2||1|
|EMI, AC and EM waves and Communication||3||2|
Success Rate in JEE Main Examinations
Last year, when CBSE declared the results of the JEE Main on 30th April, a total of 1,81,331 male candidates emerged successfully and 50,693 female candidates emerged successfully. This was from a total of 2,31,024 candidates who cleared the JEE Main Exam. None of the Transgender candidates succeeded in the exam.
Given below is a detailed data of the success rate and analytics for previous editions of JEE Main.
|1||Total Candidates who qualified JEE Main 2018||2,31,024|
|2||Male Candidates qualified||1,80,331 (78.05%)|
|3||Female candidates who have qualified||50,693 (21.95%)|
|4||Transgender candidates who qualified||0|
|5||Total Number of Applicants||11,35,084|
|6||Total Candidates who appeared||10,74,319|
|7||Total Candidates who qualified JEE Main 2017||2,21,000|
|8||Male Candidates qualified||1,75,000|
|9||Female Candidates who have qualified||46,160|
|10||Transgender candidates who qualified||0|
|11||Total number of applicants||11,86,000|
|12||Total candidates who appeared||11,21,000|