JEE Main Exam Analysis 2019: National Testing Agency (NTA) has been 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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NTA has conducted JEE Main 2019 once in the month of January for which the examination analysis has been provided below. Applicants can check the previous session examination analysis which was held from the 8th to 12th January 2019. In the same manner, the exam analysis for April session will also be provided. The examination is going to be held from 7th to 12th April 2019.

JEE  Main Paper 1 Exam Analysis for 12th April 2019

JEE Main Examination will be conducted in two shifts. Candidates after appearing in the examination will share their views. We will provide the reviews here so that candidates who are preparing or will prepare for the examination can take help from here.

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JEE Main 12th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 2

Questions in chemistry were directly asked from NCERT. Questions from waves portion of Class 11th were asked in physics. Modulation and Band frequency related question was asked in Physics. S,P,D,F related question in Chemistry was asked. As per some candidate question paper in this session was lengthy. 7 to 8 questions from Mechanics which were tricky. 1 question from boolean algebra in Mathematics. 2 questions from ellipse and circle. 2  questions from probability.

  • Physics – Questions from Waves, Optics, Mechanics, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Vector, 3D, Integration, Area, GP, AP, Boolean Algebra, Probability, Permutation, Complex Number, trigonometry, and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Organic, Inorganic chemistry, Thermodynamics, and others.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Tough SubjectPhysics
Easy SubjectChemistry
Moderate SubjectModerate

JEE Main 12th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 1

The Shift 1 examination for last day of JEE Main is over. We are providing the candidate’s reaction in this section. According to the candidates Mathematics was the toughest subject and it was a bit lengthy as well. There were more questions from Coordinate Geometry & Calculus. Questions from Vector as well as 3D were also asked. The questions from Class 12th was more than questions of Class 11th.

  • Physics – Questions from Projection, Fluids, Semiconductor, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Trigonometry, Calculus, Differentiation, Relation & Function, and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Organic, Inorganic, Surface Chemistry, General Principles, and others. and others.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Tough SubjectMathematics
Easy SubjectChemistry
Moderate SubjectPhysics

JEE  Main Paper 1 Exam Analysis for 10th April 2019

This is the 3rd day of JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Examination. A huge number of candidates are taking the examination so that they can get a better college for admission. Like previous days, we are providing the exam analysis for 10th April 2019 here. So, check the updates in the section below.

JEE Main 10th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 2

As per the candidates, the question paper difficulty level was the same as January session 2019. There were 11 to 12 questions from Inorganic portion in Chemistry. 1 question related to finding the determinant in Mathematics. Liophobic and lyophilic related question in Chemistry. Youngs Doubles related question in Physics. Some of the candidates told question paper was lengthy. 5 to 6 questions from Coordinate Geometry in Mathematics.

  • Physics – Questions from Waves, Mechanics, Fluids, Electrostatics, Electricity, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Algebra, Calculus, Integration, Series & Sequence, Coordinate Geometry, and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, General Principles, and others.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Tough SubjectPhysics
Easy SubjectChemistry
Moderate SubjectMathematics

JEE Main 10th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 1

According to the candidates, the difficulty level of the examination was moderate. 4 to 5 questions from mechanics, 1 question from the semiconductor, 2 to 3 questions from optics. Series and Parallel related questions were asked from the electrical portion. Questions from Class 12th were more than the questions of class 11th. 4 to 5 question of Calculus. The questions of Trigonometry were asked. In Physics, mostly numerical questions were asked. Major and Minor product related questions were asked from Chemistry. 6 to 7 questions from differentiation in Mathematics. 2 questions from Relation and Function. Most of the questions in Chemistry were directly taken from the NCERT book.

  • Physics – Questions from Semiconductor, Mechanics, Electrostatics, Electricity, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Trigonometry, Calculus, Differentiation, Relation & Function, and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Organic, Inorganic, Thermodynamics, General Principles, and others.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Tough SubjectPhysics
Easy SubjectChemistry
Moderate SubjectMathematics

JEE  Main Paper 1 Exam Analysis for 9th April 2019

This is the second day of the examination and the examination is in two Shifts that is shift 1 and Shift 2. Candidates can check the JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis of 9th April 2019 below. The reactions of candidates about the question paper is available here for the reference.

JEE Main 9th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 2

According to the candidates, the pattern, as well as the difficulty level of the examination, was the same as January 2019 session. In physics, there were 4 questions from the semiconductor, 3 from electrostatics, 4 questions from optics. Some questions were the same as the questions of the January 2019 session but the data was changed. There were more numerical questions in Physics. 1 domain range related question was asked in Mathematics. Questions of Chemistry was based on the NCERT.

  • Physics – Questions from Mechanics, Electrostatics, Semiconductor, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Differentiation, Integration, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus, Relation Function, Probability, Trigonometry, and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Organic, Inorganic, Surface Chemistry, General Principles, and others.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Easy SubjectChemistry
Tough SubjectMathematics
Moderate SubjectPhysics

JEE Main 9th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 1

As per candidates, the question paper was moderate. In Physics, questions from class 11th are more than the questions of class 12th. Chemistry has more questions from the Organic section. There were no repeated questions from January session 2019. Questions in Chemistry was very easy. Focal chord length related question was asked in Mathematics. The level of questions was the same as January 2019 session. 1 question from thermodynamics in Chemistry. A capacitor (potential) related question was asked. Chemistry was considered easier than Physics and Mathematics.

  • Physics – Questions from Optics, Mechanics, Electrostatics, Semiconductor, Laws of motion, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Limits, Coordinate Geometry, Matrix, Parabola, Probability, Trigonometry, AP, GP, and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Organic, Inorganic, Biomolecule, Surface Chemistry, General Principles, and others.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Easy SubjectChemistry
Tough SubjectPhysics
Moderate SubjectMathematics

JEE  Main Paper 1 Exam Analysis for 8th April 2019

The exam analysis of JEE Main Paper 1 of 8th April 2019 is available here. Candidates who are going to appear in the examination on 9th, 10th, and 12th April will get some help by analyzing the reactions from the candidates. So, check the information below.

JEE Main 8th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 2

Candidates who have appeared in JEE Main 8th April 2019 Paper 1 Examination have shared their opinion about the question paper. You can check the difficulty level of the overall question paper as well as the of the various subjects here. As per a candidate Mathematics was lengthy. The format of questions was the same as January 2019. Some of them told that this session was easier than the January 2019 session. Learning only formulas will not help you so practice more and more questions. Try to solve basics questions and do not refer to the high-level questions. Chemistry has a lot of reactions based questions. A tangent related question was asked in Mathematics. Questions related to the magnetic field as well as the electrical field was asked in Physics.

  • Physics – Questions from Optics, Electromagnetic Waves, Electrostatics, Semiconductor, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Binomial Theorem, Complex Numer, Integration, Matrix, Coordinate Geometry, Vector 3D, Parabola, Triangle, Algebra and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Organic, Chemical Kinetics, Environmental, and others.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Easy SubjectChemistry
Tough SubjectPhysics
Moderate SubjectMathematics

JEE Main 8th April 2019 Exam Analysis Paper 1 – Shift 1

Examination for shift 1 was over now and as per the student’s reaction, we are sharing JEE Main 8th April 2019 Paper 1 Exam Analysis here. The questions in the physics subject were hard as compared to the January session examination. On the other hand, Mathematics was easy and most of the questions were from Binomial Equation, Geometry, Linear Equation. The questions in the Chemistry were of moderate level. The number of questions from Class 11th is more than the number of questions of Class 12th. There were no repeated questions from January 2019 examination.

  • Physics – Questions from Waves, Thermodynamics, Optics, Semiconductor, Current, Magnetism, and others.
  • Mathematics – Questions from Quadratic Equation, Complex Number, and others.
  • Chemistry – Questions from Organic, Inorganic, and other basic questions.
Difficulty LevelModerate
Easy SubjectMathematics
Tough SubjectPhysics
Moderate SubjectChemistry

JEE Main 8th April 2019 Shift 1 Exam Analysis (Paper 1) By Career Point

JEE Main 8th April 2019 Shift 1 Exam Analysis paper 1

JEE  Main Paper 2 Exam Analysis for 7th April 2019

JEE Main Paper 2 April Session Exam was conducted on 7th April 2019 at the various centres. Candidates who have taken the examination have shared their experience with the question paper. According to the NTA data, 69767 candidates registered for the paper II (for B.Arch/B. Planning aspirants) of JEE Main 2019.

JEE Main Paper 2 Shift 1 & 2 Exam Analysis – 7th April 2019

Difficulty LevelModerate
Easy SectionGeneral Aptitude and Drawing
Tough SectionMathematics
Time taking PaperDrawing
  • The questions asked in the General Aptitude section were easy as compared to the others.
  • Questions from the chapter Coordinate geometry were solved easily.
  • The questions in the Mathematics section was difficult.
  • Drawing section took more time although the questions asked were easy.
  • There were 83 questions (Mathematics – 30, General Aptitude – 50 and Drawing – 3) in Paper 2 April Exam.
  • From Integration chapter – 4 questions were asked.
  • It is expected that the JEE Main Paper 2 Cut Off will be above 90 percentile.

JEE Main Exam Analysis for 12th Jan 2019

Candidates have come out of the exam hall at 5:30 PM and have given the following feedback about the JEE Main 2019 paper I. Check the students feedback here:

OVERALL:

  • The exam was Moderately good.
  • Physics section was lengthy and moderately difficult.
  • Mathematics was fine and chemistry was easy.
  • No technical issues.
  • The exam question paper was much easier than last year.

PHYSICS:

  • Questions from Modern physics, capacitors, mechanics, electrostatics, AC, rotational motions, optics, communications, Algebraic relativity.
  • Tough questions from – rotational motion and mechanics, Friction, semiconductors
  • More questions from 12th Physics than 11th.
  • Question like:
    • A ball is falling from a height given L (some value) and MVR value had to be found

CHEMISTRY:

  • Questions from Inorganic – P-Block and F- Block (5-6), Less from Physical chemistry, Organic questions (6-7),
  • Questions like:
    • 27-degree temp given, the heat was applied and new temperature/ pressure had to be taken out.
  • Moderately difficult not that easy.

MATHEMATICS

  • Questions from integration, calculus, conics section, functions, trigonometry, coordinate geometry, Algebra.
  • Questions from
    • Limits like Integration of under root Pi 
    • Slope questions directly from NCERT

Candidates have come out of the exam hall at 12: 30 PM and have given the following feedback about the JEE Main 2019 paper I. Check the students feedback here:

OVERALL: 

  • Expected cut off-   General – 75, SC – 30 to 35, ST – 25 to 30 and OBC – 45 to 50
  • The exam was moderately easy.
  • The server went down.
  • Water bottles were not allowed so candidates had to go far to drink water.
  • Rough sheets and other arrangements were good.
  • The cursor was slow of some candidates.
  • 5-level checking for entry into the exam hall.
  • Start the exam with Chemistry (Based on difficulty level), then Mathematics and then Physics.
  • Don’t wait to answer any question. Just keep on doing all questions. 

PHYSICS:

  • One of the most difficult section out of the three.
  • First 15 topics were difficult.
  • Optics was fine, mechanics was difficult.
  • Questions from electrostatics, electricity, mechanics, optics (2 ques), ray optics
  • Physics was lengthy
  • Questions like:
    • Wave was given and aptitude was given. Tell propagation.
    • L-R circuit is given. Find the voltage in the circuit with given parameters.
    • Galvanometer was given, potentiometer value has to be found.
    • A rod was given and spring was attached to it. What is the time taken when the spring was released?
    • Question from wave and optics: Amplitude was 1×10^-3, Equation was 50x+ 2T, find the value of propagation of Wave.

CHEMISTRY:

  • Quite an easy section
  • Questions from reactions, environmental chemistry, D-Block, biomolecules (4 ques), Polymer
  • Organic chemistry covered most Reactions.
  • Questions like:
    • chemical equilibrium was given, another value has to be found.
    • DBAL wasgiven – What reaction is happening in it,
    • 4 compounds given, the melting point was asked
    • HNO3 + I2 = What is the compound after reaction.
  • Biomolecules structure were asked. (4 ques)

MATHEMATICS:

  • Easiest of all subjects
  • Questions from Maxima-Minima, Integration, probability, trigonometry, boolean Algebra. 
  • Time-consuming calculations
  • Questions like:
    • Sin pi value was given, find the value of Cos Pi (trigonometry)
    • Parabola is given, the rectangle was inscribed in it and you had to find the coordinate.
    • A single dice was rolled and it was rolled till we get 2 fours consecutively. Find the probability that this event occurs the 5th time. 

Check the two Questions asked in JEE Main 12th January 2019 released by Embibe

JEE Main Exam Analysis for 11th Jan 2019

Candidates have come out of the exam hall at 5: 30 PM and have given the following feedback about the JEE Main 2019 paper I. Check the students feedback here:

OVERALL:

  • Maths was lengthy overall.
  • 45% of Questions were from 11th and 55% from 12th.
  • Arrangements were good.

PHYSICS:

  • Physics section was the toughest
  • Time was very less.
  • Questions from Mechanics (4 ques), Electrostatics (2 ques)
  • No questions from Optics

CHEMISTRY:

  • More questions from 12th organics
  • There were questions from SPF block
  • Questions like a metal ball is at some temperature, water at some temperature then total mixture temperature value is given. Is there is some change in temperature of the ball what will happen to the temperature of the mixture?

MATHEMATICS:

  • Questions from integration, probability, definite integration, calculus.
  • Maths was lengthy.
  • Determinants, integration, Conics question were tough
  • Check the Questions below:

Candidates have come out of the exam hall at 12: 30 PM and have given the following feedback about the JEE Main 2019 paper I. Check the students feedback here:

OVERALL:

  • The exam was moderately difficult but lengthy.
  • Chemistry was very easy, Maths was moderately easy.
  • Most questions were from class 12th Syllabus.
  • The pattern of 1 or 2 questions was similar as last year.
  • No question was directly repeated. 
  • The overall level of the questions was comparatively easy than 2018.

PHYSICS:

  • Physics was the toughest of all the subjects
  • In Physics Questions from Circuit, Electrostats, Modern Physics, Classical Physics, Moment of inertia, Mechanics (7-8), optics (2)
  • A question like: Trajectory was given, one had to find out the projectile motion.

CHEMISTRY:

  • In Chemistry, Organic was easy, Inorganics was slightly difficult.
  • Questions from mole concepts, aldehydes, P-Block, S-Block, Alkalines, Beryllium Hydroxide.
  • Physical and Organic chemistry was balanced
  • In Chemistry question like What Types of Hydride is NaH? and On chlorobenzene ring, there are Br and So3, On adding excess So3 what the news compound was asked.

MATHEMATICS:

  • In Mathematics, questions from the coordinate and conic section, integration, 3D, statistics, relation and functions, Planes (Max questions) 
  • In maths, a circle, a square is inscribed inside circle find the distance of the nearest vertex from centre or origin.
  • Calculations were very time-consuming.

JEE Main Exam Analysis by Career Point 10th Jan 2019

JEE Main 2019 10th January Exam Analysis Shift 2 

Students have come out of the exam hall for the paper I shift 2 from 2:30 to 5:30 PM. Check the exam analysis and full feedback here:

  • Technical Glitch faced by Candidate: The screen shut down between the test and another system was given to him. His system was changed 6 times. However, the time was compensated to him. But he his time, energy and exam concentration was hampered. This problem has been faced by many students where 15 minutes were wasted restarting the system.
  • The second shift exam was fine overall but really lengthy.
  • Physics was toughest with electrostatics covering the most questions.
  • Question from Mechanics, optics, electrostatics in Physics.
  • Also, in Physics, there was a question like There is a rod and two balls of mass m and radius r, attached with a wire of length 2r find Moment of Inertia.
  • Chemistry was Toughest among the three subjects.
  • There were more questions from organic chemistry.
  • Mathematics was moderately difficult and time
  • There were questions from Coordinate geometry, conics, Integration, 3D and Vector, matrices and determinants, Complex, Probability.
  • There were 6-7 questions from Hyperbola and Parabola.
  • Differential equations were difficult.
  • In Maths, there was a question like There is a line and 4 planes. Candidates had to find the point of intersection between the planes.
  • Numerical were almost the same as last years JEE Main 2019.

Students have come out of the exam hall for the paper I shift 1 from 9:30 to 12:30 PM. Check the exam analysis and full feedback here:

  • JEE Main 2019: Moderate level exam not easy, not tough.
  • Most students have said that there were only NCERT questions were asked. Some got questions that were out of NCERT.
  • No questions were out of syllabus.
  • Physics was the toughest of all three subjects as it had more numerical than theory.
  • In Physics, there was a question of capacitance where 2 capacitance were given, the distance between the two was 3mm, and dielectric constant values for these capacitors were given. Find the value of equivalence dielectric constant. 
  • Whereas, Mathematics was moderately tough but it was very lengthy.
  • Topics like Mechanics (5 questions), Electricity, magnetism, optics (1-2 questions) current electricity were difficult.
  • In Maths, 2 parabolas and their equations and common-normal were given. The value of x had to be found.
  • Also, there were questions from series, graphs, circles, calculus.
  • Maths and Physics both were lengthy.
  • Questions were asked from Conic section, Vectorial 3D Integration (4 in total), and Derivation
  • There was a potentiometer wire question from Physics. The length and resistance value was given. Students had to find the galvanometer reading.
  • In Chemistry, there was a question asked: Calculate the sigma and Pi Bond of the given equation. 
  • What is the X-ray tube made up of? – A question in Chemistry.
  • Questions were asked questions from Aldehydes, carboxylic acids.
  • The weightage of Inorganics in Chemistry was very less.
  • Chemistry was easy in comparison to the other 2 subjects.
  • The difficulty level of JEE Main 2019 was more than that of JEE Main 2018.
  • Students have advised other students to practice mock test before going for the exam.

JEE Main 2019 9th January Analysis

Paper Analysis Now by Career Point

The JEE Main Analysis by Career Point for 9th January exam Paper 1 has been released. Check the pdf below!

Paper Analysis Live Now by Gradeup

The JEE Main 2019 exam for paper 1 (B. Tech) second shift has also ended. The analysis of the entire question paper is provided to you here.

  1. The JEE Main 2019 cut off is expected to lies between 72 to 77.
  2. Mathematics section of JEE Main was lengthy and calculative as compared to other sections.
  3. Overall the paper was moderately difficult.
  4. The pattern of the questions was similar to the last 5 years but there were also some tricky questions.

The JEE Main 2019 exam for paper 1 (B. Tech) first shift has ended. The analysis of the entire question paper will be provided to you here.

  1. No question was asked out of syllabus.
  2. All the questions asked were from NCERT.
  3. Mathematics was the toughest of all the three subjects.
  4. According to some candidates, maths was tougher than the level of JEE Advanced also.
  5. Coordinate geometry was the toughest and required lengthy calculations.
  6. Physics was moderately difficult. It was also Lengthy.
  7. Hardest questions were from Mechanics and magnetic field in Physics. Modern Physics – 5 questions, Thermodynamics – 3 and Waves – 2 questions. 
  8. Out of all three subjects, Chemistry was easy.
  9. In mathematics, there were 2 questions from Definite.
  10. There were no questions from statistics or Biomolecules.
  11. There were no sets for the questions. 
  12. Class 11th syllabus of JEE Main was more difficult to answer than the class 12th syllabus.
  13. Questions were equally distributed in the question paper.
  14. For login to the CBT, the fingerprint of each candidate was taken.

Mathematics Question Distribution

TopicsNumber of Questions 
Complex numbers and quadratic equations & Inequalities2
Matrices and Determinants2
Applications of Integrals1
Integrations2
Differential Equations2
Application of Derivatives1
Coordinate Geometry4

Physics Question Distribution

TopicsNumber of Questions
Electrostatics and Magnetism4
Current Electricity7
Heat and Thermodynamics6
Mechanics8
Optics and Modern Physics 5

Chemistry Question Distribution

JEE Main 2019 8th January 2019 Analysis

The JEE Main 2019 first exam shift has just finished and these are the JEE Main analysis of paper 2 for January exam.

  1. According to the students who have taken the exam, JEE Main 2019 paper 2 were moderately easily.
  2. Mathematics was moderately difficult out of all the three subjects.
  3. The questions in mathematics were irregularly distributed as only 40% questions were asked from CBSE Class 12 while 60% questions were from CBSE Class 11.
  4. Mathematics was lengthy.
  5. There were no technical glitches.
  6. The Aptitude was better than Mathematics.
  7. The exam was fine and Drawing section of B. Arch Paper 2 was easiest of all.
  8. Most of the questions asked in mathematics were from class 11th.
  9. Overall the exam has been rated as 4/5 with 5 being the most difficult.1

Distribution of Marks for JEE Main 2019 Paper 1

The subject-wise distribution of JEE Main 2019 paper 1 has been given here:

JEE Main 2019 Question Distribution

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.

SubjectTopicDistribution in Percentage
MathematicsCoordinate Geometry17%
Calculus27%
Algebra27%
Vector/3-D Geometry10%
Trigonometry6%
Sets, Relation, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics13%
PhysicsMechanics30%
Electrostatics and Current Electricity17%
Magnetics and Electromagnetic Induction13%
Semi-conductor Devices, Electromagnetic Waves, and Principles of Communication13%
Modern Physics10%
Heat and Thermodynamics7%
Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves, and Elasticity7%
Optics and Waves3%
ChemistryPhysical Chemistry40%
Organic Chemistry30%
Inorganic Chemistry30%

JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis by Coaching Institutes

Check the JEE Main 2019 exam analysis by various coaching Institutes has been tabulated below:

Coaching Institute NameExam Analysis
Aakash InstituteClick Here
Allen InstituteClick Here

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 a 3-hours 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 the Mathematics section and 50 questions will from General Aptitude. Remaining 3 questions will be held offline and will be 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.
  • The 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 remain 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

Topic20162017
Sets, Relations and Functions11
Limits, Continuity & Differentiability22
Application of Derivatives22
Indefinite and Definite Integrals & Area under the Curve33
Cartesian coordinates & Straight Line11
Circles21
Conics22
Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Progressions33
Complex Numbers11
Binomial Theorem, Exponential & Logarithmic Series11
Permutation & Combination11
Probability13
Vectors11
3-D Coordinate Geometry22
Differential Equations & Properties of Triangles11
Trigonometry and Inverse Circular Function11
Heights and Distances11
Matrices & Determinants22
Mathematical Logic11
Statics & Dynamics00
Statistics10
Topic20162017
Atomic Structure and Classification12
Chemical Bonding11
Stoichiometry12
States of Matter11
Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium11
Chemical Kinetics & Nuclear Chemistry11
Chemical Thermodynamics12
Solutions11
Electrochemistry11
General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-I63
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-II04
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-III12
Chemistry of Representative Elements64
Transition Elements21
Coordination Compounds & Organometallics21
Surface Chemistry11
Biomolecules32
Topic20162017
Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments21
Kinematics01
New ton’s Laws and Friction01
Work, Power & Energy21
System of Particles10
Gravitation, Rotational Mechanics23
Properties of Matter01
SHM, Oscillations11
Mechanical Waves and Sound20
Ray Optics, Wave Optics33
Heat and Thermodynamics34
Electrostatics22
Current Electricity24
Magnetism, Magnetic effects of current21
EMI, AC and EM waves and Communication32
Modern Physics55

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.

S. No.ParametersFigures
1Total Candidates who qualified JEE Main 20182,31,024
2Male Candidates qualified1,80,331 (78.05%)
3Female candidates who have qualified50,693 (21.95%)
4Transgender candidates who qualified0
5Total Number of Applicants11,35,084
6Total Candidates who appeared10,74,319
7Total Candidates who qualified JEE Main 20172,21,000
8Male Candidates qualified1,75,000
9Female Candidates who have qualified46,160
10Transgender candidates who qualified0
11Total number of applicants11,86,000
12Total candidates who appeared11,21,000
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