JEE Main 2018 Students Reactions

26 Apr, 2018

JEE Main 2018 Students Reactions– CBSE conducted the 5th JEE Main exam on 8th April 2018, in around 258 exam centres. This year, around 11,48,000 students have applied for the exam, comparatively which is less than the last year. The Paper 1 of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2018 was conducted from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, and Paper 2 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, on 8th April 2018 (Sunday). JEE Main 2018 Student reactions have been mixed this year. Some students have been satisfied with their performance whereas others thought that the pattern has changed. The JEE Main 2018 paper 1 exam was been conducted for admissions of candidates in B. Tech/B.E. courses and paper 2 for admissions in B. Arch/B. Planning courses through JEE Main 2018 entrance exam.

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    ThePaper 2 for JEE Main 2018 exam was conducted in the evening from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. You can go through the JEE Main 2018 offline paper (conducted from 9:30 pm to 12:30 pm) instructions and reports from the venue below here.

    JEE Main 2018 Students Reactions for Paper 1

    “It was my first attempt. The Mathematics section, especially the functions part was a bit difficult. The calculations in the Physics section of the exam were difficult as well, as compared to previous years”, said Nikhil.

    “My code was D. Overall the exam was easy. Mathematics was a bit difficult, but Physics and Chemistry were easy. I am expecting 120+”, said Rahul.

    Sagar said that, “ Physics and chemistry was easy, but the Mathematics section was difficult as compared to last year. I am expecting around 150”.

    “I have been preparing for JEE Main exam from past four years. This is my first attempt as I have given my 12th boards this year. Organic chemistry was a bit tough”, said Ritasha

    Chandan, a young aspirant seemed quite confident. “I had prepared well for the exam and expected this level of difficulty from previous years. I am expecting to get my dream college with a score of 240+”.

    “Had a tough time getting through the formulas, many questions seemed to be direct this year”, said Heena, a dropout aspirant appearing for her second attempt.

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    JEE Main 2018 offline paper (Paper 1) instructions:

    • Pencils or any pen other than black ink was not allowed in the exam. Thus, candidates were provided with ball black point pen inside the examination hall by CBSE
    • Candidates were advised to reach the examination hall at 7:00 am, so as to avoid any kind of rush or hassle during the metal detector frisking process
    • No candidate was allowed to carry any bag inside the examination hall
    • The candidates were instructed not to fold or make any stray marks on their JEE Main 2018 admit card, as per guidelines of CBSE
    • It was mandatory to carry the admit card along with, as admit cards of the candidates were checked at the examination centre gate
    • No candidates are allowed to leave the examination hall till the time the exam is over

    JEE Main 2018 offline paper (Paper 1): Reports for 8th April 2018 (Sunday, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm) from the venue

    12:30 pm– Candidates were out of their exam venues. The paper code was same as last year, i.e. A, B, C, D. Students found Physics and Chemistry easy as compare to the Mathematics section of the paper.

    9:20 am – Another bell rang, and students were permitted to open the seal and look at the questions in the JEE Main 2018 question booklet.

    9:15 am – A bell rang, and the JEE Main 2018 question booklets started being distributed. Some students were late and were sprinting to the classrooms.

    9:00 am-The entry gates were almost closed.

    8:00 am- Parents were complaining about the arrangements in the exam centres. As per the parents of the candidates, there were no arrangements for keeping bags and mobile.

    7:45 am – By this time, the process of frisking through metal detector of candidates was started. The boys were asked to remove their shoes and belts during checking, and girls had to go through metal detectors for checking.

    7:30 am – The entry gates were open for the candidates. After showing their admit cards for JEE Main 2018 at the entry gate, they were allowed inside the exam centre.

    7:24 am- The students were in a queue and were waiting for their turn to enter the examination hall. Excitement and anxiety were clearly readable on the faces of the aspirants.

    7:12 am- The entry gates were now open. Students after showing their admit cards at the entry gate were allowed to enter the gates. Parents were wishing luck to their children.

    7:00 am – All the candidates appearing for the JEE Main 2018 almost started gathering at the examination centre with their guardians. In nervousness and exam pressure every candidate was hoping for an exam to be easy. List of classrooms for different roll numbers was available at the entry gates for the students.

    Stay updated with us for more JEE Main 2018 student reactions while the institute experts release their code-wise answer keys for the exam.

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