JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @14:15:Experts have spoken. As per the basic analysis of JEE Main 2019 and the first attempts of students, experts suggest that the expected cut off would remain similar to what it has been over the years. Of the total raw scores, experts feel that students who manage to get about 115 or above should be able to qualify for JEE Advanced 2019. However, it is important to point that giving an expected cut off at this point is both premature and not recommended.
Speaking on the soring, an expert pointed out, “This is only the first paper. The scores would be normalized this year…then there is April 2019 attempt as well. Expected cut off would vary and may increase drastically after April examination. However, prima facie a students who is expectting above 115 should feel confident.
JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @13:55: More reports are coming in from students. The consensus on Mathematics being the toughest section in JEE Main 2019 Day 1 Slot 1 continues to build. Rating the three sections, 8 out of 10 students commented Mathematics was the toughest section. On a decreasing level of difficulty, the sections for JEE Main 2019 were ranked as Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as easiest in comparison.
Experts too have spoken and based on initial reactions of the students, experts feel that the difficulty level of the paper was pretty much constant. NTA was not expected to make an easier paper. However, it was expected to be more graded than the one prepared by CBSE. Experts have also pointed out that students should not worry about expected cut off as it is bound to vary.
JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @13:45: Speaking after their JEE Main 2019 Computer Based Tests, students reported that there was no technical glitch. A student noted that he had also attended the Mock Test at the study centres and the interface was exactly like the one mentioned. On the difficulty level, the questions on Physical Chemistry seemed to baffle a few students. Some students also noted that the coordinate geometry section was the toughest bit and required lengthy calculations.
Since JEE Main 2019 is completely computer based, experts would not be able to comment on the exact difficulty level. The analysis is based purely on the feedback received by the students who have appeared for the examination. More reports are expected soon.
JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis Live Update @13:30: First reactions for JEE Main 2019 examination have started to come out now. More and more students have reacted to the level of difficulty of the paper. While the number of respondents is limited at present, the general consensus is that JEE Main 2019 Slot 1 Mathematics was the toughest section. When asked about the other two, students expected Physics to be the highest scoring. Expert analysis would be available by 4 pm. More reactions awaited.
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Talking about the general arrangmentts of the examination centre, students noticed that the security was sound and it took them a good half hour to complete all the processes. Slot 2 for Day 1 would commence at 2:30 pm today.
JEE Main 2019 Exam Analysis: Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main 2019 first slot is finally over. While the examination is not new, the format, the conducting authority and the process was all new. Students had, for the first time, a choice to appear for the examination on the date they preferred. The examination was completely computer based and the responses would be evaluated almost instantaneously. Coming out of the various examination centres, students, however, had a similar reaction to the earlier years. Here is what they have to say about the examination and how it was in comparison to when CBSE conducted it last year.
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Starting with exam analysis, the students found the paper typical and expectedly tough. Mathematics section was said to be the toughest by many respondents. Some students claimed that physical chemistry questions were rather unexpectedly lengthy. Overall, however, the response was much like it usually is…there were no easy questions.
When spoken to about the entire feel of the examination, a few students who were appearing for JEE Main the second time pointed out that it was very much like CBSE. “The only difference was perhaps that we know that its all computer based.” As for the diffiulty level, the general suggestion was that the paper was tough.