The shift 1 of JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 is over at 12:30 PM. After the exam, the candidates have claimed that the April attempt is easier than the January attempt. There were 3 sections in the exam, Mathematics, Aptitude, and Drawing.
There were 75% of questions asked from class 12 and 25% questions from class 11 syllabus. As per the initial memory based answers and questions by the students, there were the following drawing questions asked:
Students had to design a table cloth or make something out of a cube of their own imagination, there was a flower and they had to replicate the same and they had to sketch the professor or any student from behind in a classroom. These were a few questions that were asked in the drawing section of Paper 2.
Out of all the 3 sections, Aptitude was the easiest and maths was moderately difficult. There were 4 questions from integration in mathematics as per the initial student reaction. There were a few tricky questions from 3D and calculus.
As per the analysis by the students in the initial phase, there was no repetition of questions in the exam from the January exam. The aptitude section was the easiest candidates claim to complete the entire section in under half an hour. The drawing section, on the other hand, was the most time-consuming. Sketching part consumed much of their time.
Students are expecting to score 95 percentile in the exam. The overall difficulty level of the exam remains easy to moderate.
JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 exam contains a total of 82 questions and is of a total of 390 marks. There are 30 questions in Part 1 (Mathematics), Part 2 (Aptitude) has 50 questions and the drawing section has 2 questions. Each question carries 4 marks and there is a negative marking of 1 marks for each wrong answer.
For the JEE Main 2019 Aril attempt, the total number of registration for both paper 1 and paper 2 are 10,51,508. The number of candidates has fallen for this attempt. In the January attempt, a total of 11,09,250 candidates have registered.
In paper 2 alone the total number of registrations received are 1,15,767 for the April attempt and for the January attempt the total registration was 1,80,052. This shows a fall in the number of registration by 64,285 candidates.
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