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The JEE mains is considering one of the most challenging and competitive exams for engineering courses. The National Test Agency is conducting JEE Mains 2019 exam in two slots ( Morning and Forenoon) and it is Computer Based Test which was held from past 5 days. The JEE Mains 2019- 12th January first slot exam analysis is done by our Entrance360 experts on the basis of JEE mains Question Paper available at official website. The official Answer key and Question paper are released now. The Question Paper consisted of 90 questions each and 4 marks for each question. All questions were objective type with single correct option. The Question paper is divided into 3 sections: Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. Each section consisted of 30 questions worth 120 marks. This article involves details such as the Type of Questions, Overall Exam level, Subject-wise exam analysis, Chapter-wise analysis etc. We suggest you take a printout of JEE Mains question paper and response sheet to check their answer from the official answer key.
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Physics paper was moderate to tough with respect to previous years question papers. Physics section contains 15 easy type questions which were very specific to the chapter. If you have a good understanding over the important concept and you prepare well to apply these concepts in the exam to find the solution without any mistake, then you can easily score around 45 to 50 marks in physics only from these 15 questions in nearly 20-22 minutes. After that, there are 8 questions of medium level, Since they were based on 2-3 concepts from the specific chapter and they contain lengthy calculation to find the solution. But if you carefully read these questions and visualize the given situation in the Questions, then you will get to know about the concepts asked in questions.
You just need to apply these concepts correctly and to do an error-free calculation with the focused mind to get solutions. After that, there are 7 difficult level questions which were involved in difficult concepts, mixed chapter, and lengthy calculation. Out of these 7 questions, some question has a level of medium to difficult according to students. You have to solve them with patience. But if you stuck in any Question then skip the question and try other questions which are easy. Overall this section was consist of 13 questions from 11th class physics and 17 questions from 12th class physics.
you will see 4 questions from the chapter Experimental skills And from these 4 questions, 3 questions will require knowledge of current electricity which is a class 12th chapter.
Class 11th Syllabus |
Number Of Questions |
Class 12th Syllabus |
Number of Question |
Gravitation |
2 |
Electrostatics |
3 |
Kinematics |
2 |
Current Electricity |
4 |
Experimental skills |
1 |
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism |
2 |
Work Energy and Power |
1 |
Electromagnetic induction and AC |
1 |
Rotational Motion |
2 |
Optics |
3 |
Properties of Solids and Liquids |
1 |
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation |
1 |
Thermodynamics |
1 |
Atoms And Nuclei |
1 |
Kinetic theory of Gases |
1 |
Electronic devices |
1 |
Oscillations and Waves |
2 |
Communication Systems |
1 |
Total Number Of Questions |
13 |
Total Number Of Questions |
17 |
Easy |
15 |
Moderate |
8 |
Difficult |
7 |
Chemistry was Moderate to Easy amongst the three. The questions were a mix of theory and calculations, which ensured that students saved time for the other two sections. This section was numerically oriented in comparison to the other sections. There were 19 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 11 questions from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had 4 difficult questions, 18 moderate questions, and 8 easy questions.
Class 11th Syllabus |
Number Of Questions |
Class 12th Syllabus |
Number of Question |
Some basic concepts in chemistry |
1 |
Solutions |
2 |
Structure Of Atom |
1 |
Electrochemistry |
1 |
Classification Of Elements and Periodicity in properties |
1 |
Chemical kinetics |
2 |
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure |
1 |
Surface Chemistry |
1 |
State of Matter |
1 |
P-block Elements |
1 |
Hydrocarbons |
1 |
General Principle and process of Isolation of metals |
1 |
Equilibrium |
1 |
d - and f - BLOCK ELEMENTS |
1 |
Redox Reactions |
1 |
Coordination Compounds |
2 |
Environmental Chemistry |
1 |
Principles Related to Practical Chemistry |
1 |
The s-Block Elements |
1 |
Organic Compounds Containing Halogens |
1 |
Organic Chemistry |
1 |
Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen |
2 |
- |
- |
Biomolecules |
1 |
- |
- |
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen |
1 |
- |
- |
Polymers |
1 |
- |
- |
Solid States |
1 |
Total Number Of Questions |
11 |
Total Number Of Questions |
19 |
Easy |
8 |
Moderate |
18 |
Difficult |
4 |
Mathematics was the moderate section. Most of the questions were very specific to the chapter, only a couple of questions is from mixed chapters. This Math section had 4 difficult questions, 14 moderate questions, and 12 easy questions. There were 15 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 15 questions from the 11th standard syllabus.
Class 11th Syllabus |
Number Of Questions |
Class 12th Syllabus |
Number of Question |
Coordinate Geometry |
5 |
Set, Relation and Function |
1 |
Complex Number and Quadratic Equation |
2 |
Matrices and Determinant |
2 |
Binomial Theorem |
1 |
Differential Equation |
2 |
mathematical Reasoning |
1 |
Limit, Continuity, and DIfferentiability |
2 |
Trigonometry |
1 |
Three Dimensional Geometry |
2 |
Sequences and Series |
2 |
Statistics and Probability |
1 |
Permutation and Combination |
1 |
Integral Calculus |
3 |
Limit, Continuity, and DIfferentiability |
1 |
Vector Algebra |
1 |
Statistics and Probability |
1 |
Trigonometry |
1 |
Total Number Of Questions |
15 |
Total Number Of Questions |
15 |
Easy |
12 |
Moderate |
14 |
Difficult |
4 |
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