JEE Main Exam 2019 exam analysis for 8th April Slot- Physics sections was the toughest, say aspirants

08 Apr, 2019

NOIDA National Testing Agency, NTA had blown the beagle for JEE Main 2019 exam from yesterday on 7th April with exam for Paper II which was conducted for admission to architecture courses. The exam for JEE Main 2019 Paper I has started from today 8th April 2019 for admission to B.Tech courses in India’s prestigious engineering colleges. J

EE Main 2019 exam for B.Tech will be conducted in two slots on 8th, 9th, 10th, and 12th April. After the completion of first slot today, the students’ reaction has also been recorded. As per the initial reactions, the students reported that the Physics section of JEE Main 2019 Paper I Slot 1 was the toughest.

The expert analysis for JEE Main 2019 will take time. However, the students who have appeared in Slot 1 were able to share the preliminary feedback. Most of the students who wrote the exam declared Physics as the toughest section and Chemistry as the easiest among all three (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics).

Most of the students were expecting the level of mathematics section with high level difficulty as per their analysis of January exam. A group of the students who appeared for January session said that the difficulty level in mathematics was higher than January.

Mohit, an examinee of JEE Main January 2019 said, “it is the tougher than the exam I quizzed in January. My purpose of appearing in this exam to improve my score and now I am not so sure about it. Mathematics was easier than previous one but Physics axed my hopes.”

Experts will release an expected cut-off after accumulating the stats from the students who have appeared in Slot 1 of JEE Main 2019. As per the preliminary stats collected by the experts, physics and mathematics are found tougher of the all sections.

According to an expert from a IIT JEE preparation coaching centre, “Most of the students commented over the high number of questions from magnetism like the previous year JEE Main Exam. Also, the questions from rotational mechanics were relatively tricky and confusing.”

Writer by passion, journalist by profession, Ankit has a sensitive nose for news, especially about educational affairs.

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