National Testing Agency successfully conducted the Day 3 of the JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 On April 10, 2019. At 12:30 the shift 1 ended and at 2:30 PM the shift 2 will start. Each day there are 2 shifts, thus in total, the paper 1 exam will be conducted in 8 shifts in all. The exam paper 1 exam started on April 08, 2019 and will end on April 12, 2019.
In this shift, the difficulty level of the January and the April section was same. Also, overall in this session, the weightage of class 12 was more than class 11. The candidates are expecting marks above 200. The overall exam analysis after shift 1 says that the paper was on the difficult end in this shift. Due to elections, there will be no exam on April 11, 2019.
As per the initial reaction of the candidates after the shift 1, students say that Physics was difficult. In Physics, there were 3-4 questions from mechanics, also there were questions from electrostatics. There were questions from all the topics more or less. However, most weightage was given to the optics section. Questions from EM waves were also asked. The questions that were asked were mostly numerically based. There were questions from logic gates too. Physics had no direct questions. There were questions related to force, graph-based questions, etc.
Chemistry was the easiest section. In Chemistry, the questions were mostly from the inorganic section. However, a fair number of questions were also asked from Organic chemistry. There were questions based on Polymers. The weightage of class 12 question was more than class 12. there were questions related to the naming of the reactions.
In this shift, Mathematics was also difficult. Few candidates said that the exam was difficult. In Mathematics, the integration and limits questions were hard to solve.There were questions from statistics and probability, circles, trogonometr, and calculus.
Tip after shift 1 of April 10, 2019 exam: Keep basics clear and apply them wherever needed
As per the analysis of the past 2 days of paper 1, the exam was overall moderate in the difficulty level. There was no problem with the length of the paper. many candidates in the January session said that the paper was lengthy, and many could not complete the paper. However, in the April session, the paper was not much lengthy and the exam was comparatively easier.
After the exam is over, the memory based answer keys and questions are being uploaded. However, NTA will release the official answer keys over the official website of the exam 2-3 days after the exam is over,
However, before the answer keys are released the response sheets and question papers are uploaded by NTA. The candidate can thus check the response they have marked in the exam for each question that was asked in the exam.
The candidates claim that the April exam is easier as compared to the January exam. However, they say this is so because they are very well prepared for the April exam as compared to that of the January exam. Paper 2 exam was held on April 07, 2019.
NTA will be uploading the result of the exam over the official website for paper 1 by April 30, 2019. However, for paper 2 the result will be out by May 15, 2019. The cutoff of the exam will be declared with the result.
The result of JEE Main 2019 will have the section wise percentile score and the overall percentile score. Candidates must note that the percentile score is not the same as the percentage scores, Percentile is calculated using a different formula to remove any unevenness in the difficulty level throughout the shifts.
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