JEE Entrance Exam Prediction 2019, Entrance Date, Cutt-Off date

Students on the First day of college at the Delhi University at Ramjas College, on Friday, July 20, 2018. Express photo by Abhinav Saha.

JEE main paper 2019, Analysis of the 11th January 2019 exam question paper. It was predicted that the whole paper was too much easy. On the whole paper, Physics was easy to moderate; Maths was lengthy, there is no doubt to said this. For Maths, it is very difficult to complete the section on time. Whereas Chemistry was relatively easy.

First Day Prediction about the JEE paper:

National Testing Agency held the JEE main that is for the B.Tech students the exam held on Wednesday. In the time of exam at morning slot the overall level of the examination was ‘modertae’. The patter of the paper is the same as last year exam of JEE. Physics was easy to moderate: as Maths was too long that makes it difficult for the students to complete the section, but the Chemistry was relatively easier. For the students who gave the exam for JEE are advised to not waste their much time over a particularly difficult section and move on the next section to save there time and to get good marks.


The range of the cut-off is in between 72-77 marks. In all three subjects, 60% of the question were based out of NCERT. So it is not difficult to get good marks. But if the students have solved past years question paper, there is no doubt for this that they get good marks in the exam. It is amazing to know that the first time ever the JEE Main 2019 exam is being conducted completely online.

The second-day Analysis:

On the second day of the exam the shift one has concluded and the second d shift began from 2:30 pm. Students who have appeared for the January 10  it is found that the Physics section is difficult today, while Mathematics was considered easy to moderate, Chemistry was considered to be easiest by the students. The reaction to the second shift of the exam was similar.


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