9th January, Afternoon Session ( 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm)
National Test Agency( NTA) Is conducting JEE Mains 2019 Exam in two shifts, through an online mode. JEE Mains is a computer-based test. The authority released the answer key today. In this article, we are going to share a paper analysis for the afternoon session of 9th January 2019 JEE Mains. We suggest you go through the article once, it will help you to understand the upcoming exam pattern and with the help of this article, students will be able to understand that which concept is important, Type of exam questions and they can start their preparation accordingly.
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As compare to morning session paper, Physics Question Paper of the afternoon session was easy to moderate. Physics section is easy but time consuming section and the concept is repeated from previous year question papers. Speed, accuracy and basic knowledge of concept were required to complete this section on time. Physics section contains 30 Questions, 17 Questions was easy 8 Questions was moderate and the number of difficult questions is 5. Physics paper was more theory oriented.
Class 11th Syllabus |
Number Of Questions |
Class 12th Syllabus |
Number of Question |
Work Energy and Power |
1 |
Atoms And Nuclei |
1 |
Physics and Measurement |
1 |
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating currents |
2 |
Properties of Solids and Liquids |
1 |
Electromagnetic Waves |
1 |
Gravitation |
1 |
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism |
2 |
Thermodynamics |
1 |
Electrostatics |
3 |
Oscillations and Waves |
3 |
Electronic devices |
1 |
Laws of motion |
1 |
Optics |
2 |
Kinetic theory of Gases |
1 |
Current Electricity |
2 |
Rotational Motion |
1 |
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation |
1 |
Experimental skills |
1 |
Communication Systems |
1 |
Kinematics |
2 |
- |
- |
Total Number of Question |
14 |
Total Number of Question |
16 |
Easy |
17 |
Moderate |
8 |
Difficult |
5 |
Chemistry Paper of Afternoon session is easiest one, most of the question was from previous year paper. Maximum Inorganic chemistry Questions were available against a normal trend. All the questions were from the syllabus. In chemistry section 14 questions were easy, 11 questions were moderate and 5 questions were difficult one.
Class 11th Syllabus |
Number Of Questions |
Class 12th Syllabus |
Number of Question |
State of Matter |
3 |
Organic Compounds containing Oxygen |
3 |
Classification Of Elements and Periodic table |
1 |
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen |
4 |
Environmental Chemistry |
1 |
Surface Chemistry |
1 |
s-block |
2 |
Coordination Compounds |
2 |
Atomic structure |
1 |
Polymer |
1 |
Hydrocarbons |
1 |
Chemical kinetics |
2 |
Hydrogen |
1 |
Redox Reaction |
1 |
- |
- |
General Principles and process of isolation of metal |
1 |
Total Number Of Questions |
10 |
Total Number Of Questions |
10 |
Easy |
14 |
Moderate |
11 |
Difficult |
5 |
Mathematics was the Difficult section, as compare to other two sections. Most of the questions were very specific to the coordinate Geometry chapter, only a couple of questions is from mixed chapters. This Math section had 5 difficult questions, 16 moderate questions and 9 easy questions. There were 19 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 11 questions from the 11th standard syllabus.
Class 11th Syllabus |
Number Of Questions |
Class 12th Syllabus |
Number of Question |
Sequence and series |
2 |
Limit , continuity and differentiability |
1 |
Trigonometry |
1 |
Differential equations |
2 |
Complex numbers and quadratic equations |
2 |
Trigonometry |
1 |
Binomial theorem and its simple applications |
1 |
Integral Calculus |
4 |
Sets, Relations and Functions |
1 |
Matrices and Determinants |
2 |
Mathematical reasoning |
1 |
Complex numbers and quadratic equations |
1 |
Statistics and Probability |
1 |
Three Dimensional Geometry |
2 |
Permutations and combinations |
1 |
Statistics and Probability |
1 |
Co-ordinate geometry |
4 |
Vector Algebra |
1 |
- |
- |
Sets, Relations and Functions |
1 |
Total Number Of Questions |
14 |
Total Number Of Questions |
16 |
Easy |
9 |
Moderate |
16 |
Difficult |
5 |
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