Resonance has released the memory based answers and questions after the exam on April 09, 2019. After the exam is over each day and for all the shifts, the coaching centers like Career point, Resonance and Vibrant are releasing the memory based answer key and question papers. Since the exam is being held in the online mode the answer keys that are released are memory based.
The memory-based answer keys by the coaching institutes are prepared based on the questions that the candidates remember after the exam is over. Thereafter the institutes release the answers to these questions. The questions and answers are uploaded in the PDF format on the respective website of the institutes. In addition to the questions and answers, the coaching centers also upload the detailed analysis.
To check the PDF the candidates need to enter basic details like name, phone number, email id and the date and shift of the exam. Thereafter these institutes allow the candidates to download the answer key PDF.
Using the answer key and question papers the candidates can get an estimate of their raw scores in the exam. However, the result will not be based on the raw scores of the candidates. It will be based on the NTA scores/Percentile scores.
JEE Main 2019 April 09, 2019 Analysis and Important Topics
The JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 exam is being held over a period of 4 days on April 08, 09, 10 and 12, 2019 and in 2 shifts per day. The January session and April session had the same difficulty level in 09 April exam.
In shift 2, Mathematics was the most difficult section however it was moderate in shift 1. Physics and Chemistry were easy in shift 2. In shift 1 Physics was difficult and chemistry was the easiest section.
In mathematics, most of the questions were asked from coordinate geometry, 2D and 3D geometry. In maths, there were questions from Parabola, Hyperbola. There were questions based on optics in Physics. There were many numerical and practical based question in Physics. In chemistry, most of the questions were from the organic part. There were formula-based questions ad s,p,f block questions.
Check a detailed report on important topics here: JEE MAIN 2019: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, AND MATHS IMPORTANT TOPICS IN EXAM SO FAR
Since the exam is being held over multiple shifts and days, NTA will be using the normalization process to prepare the result. All India Ranks (AIR) is allotted on the basis of NTA Scores. NTA Scores are also known as the percentile or NTA score. As JEE Main 2019 is being conducted on different days and in multiple shifts, the difficulty level across these days may vary. So, in order to provide a fair score to all the JEE Main applicants, NTA issues this score.
This NTA score is calculated on the basis of the raw scores obtained by a candidate. NTA, then takes JEE Main statistics into consideration, as in the number of candidates who appeared in the same shift and on the same day. On this basis, it calculates the number of applicants who scored equal or less raw scores in the same session as the candidate, for whom we are calculating the NTA score. Likewise, the NTA score is calculated for each session conducted in multiple shifts.
The result of the paper 1 exam will be declared by April 30, 2019. However, for Paper 2 the result will be out by May 15, 2019. The candidates can check their result at jeemain.nic.in under their login. To check the result the candidates have to enter the date of birth/password and Application number. The result will have the NTA score for each section and also the overall percentile score of the candidates.
The cutoff of the paper will be available in the result of the candidates. Also this time NTA will also declare the All India Ranks of the candidates via the result.
The candidates have to appear for the counselling rounds based on their AIRs for admission in the NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs. Also, the cutoff percentile to appear for the JEE Advanced 2019 will be also made available via the result.
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