**JEE Main 10 Apr 2019 Analysis** – Both the shifts for JEE Main on has ended for April 10, 2019. The analysis and reaction of students are provided here on this page. As per students physics again was difficult while mathematics was of moderate level. Paper 1 of JEE Main 2019 is being held in online mode. There are 90 questions of 360 marks in all. The marking scheme of the paper is +4 for correct answers and -1 for wrong answers. The candidates have to attempt questions from 30 Physics, 30 from chemistry and 30 from Mathematics. To know more on **JEE Main 10 Apr 2019 Analysis** keep reading below.

Contents

## JEE Main 10 Apr 2019 Analysis

**Exam Date**: 10 April 2019**JEE Main Paper:**Paper 1**Shift of the Exam:**Shift 1 is from 09:30 AM to 12:30 PM, whereas, Shift 2 is from 02:30 PM to 05:30 PM.

← Question Paper | →Cut Off← | 12 Apr 2019 Analysis → |

### JEE Main 10 Apr 2019 Paper 1 Section-wise Analysis (Shift 1)

The shift 1 paper of JEE Main 2019 for 10 April 2019 exam was of Moderate level. However, in comparison to January attempt, the students had mixed reviews for it. For some students, it was easy whereas others said that it was of the same difficulty level in comparison to January attempt.

**Level of Difficulty in Each Section**: The candidates can check the level of difficulty in each section from the table below:

Level of Difficulty |
Subject |

Difficult | Physics |

Moderate | Mathematics |

Easy | Chemistry |

**Topics and Number of Questions Asked**: Below, students can see the topics from which questions in JEE Main 9 April exam of Shift 1 were asked.

Unit Name | Topic | No.of Questions |
---|---|---|

Physics |
||

Electrodynamics | Capacitance | 2 |

Current Electricity | 1 | |

Electro Magnetic Field | 1 | |

Electrostatics | 1 | |

Electro Magnetic Induction | 1 | |

Heat & Thermodynamics | KTG Thermodynamics | 3 |

Mechanics | Rigid body dynamics | 2 |

Work, Power and Energy | 1 | |

Centre of Mass | 1 | |

Rectilinear motion | 1 | |

Gravitation | 1 | |

Errors and Measurements | 1 | |

Surface tension | 1 | |

Relative Motion | 1 | |

Modern Physics | atomic physics | 3 |

semiconductors | 1 | |

Electromagnetic waves and Communication | 1 | |

Optics | Wave Optics | 1 |

Geometrical optics and Physical optics | 1 | |

SHM & Waves | SHM | 1 |

String waves, sound waves | 1 | |

Principle of Communication | 1 | |

Chemistry |
||

Inorganic Chemistry – I | Chemical boding | 2 |

P-block | 2 | |

Environmental Chemistry | 1 | |

Periodic table and periodicity in properties | 1 | |

Inorganic Chemistry – II | Coordination compounds | 2 |

Metallurgy | 1 | |

Organic Chemistry – II | Aromatic compounds | 1 |

Biomolecules | 1 | |

Grignard reagent, reduction, oxidation & Hydrolysis | 2 | |

Organic reaction mechanism-I | 1 | |

IUPAC & Isomerism | 1 | |

Polymers | 1 | |

Organic reaction mechanism-II | 2 | |

Physical Chemistry – I | Gaseous state | 1 |

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry | 2 | |

Atomic structure and Nuclear chemistry | 1 | |

Physical Chemistry – II | Chemical kinetics | 1 |

Electrochemistry | 1 | |

Solutions and colligative properties | 2 | |

Mathematics |
||

Binomial Theorem | Binomial Theorem | 1 |

Complex Numbers | Complex Numbers | 1 |

Coordinate Geometry | Circle | 1 |

parabola | 1 | |

Hyperbola | 1 | |

Straight line | 1 | |

Differential Calculus | Limit continuity and differentiability | 2 |

Application of derivatives | 2 | |

Functions | 2 | |

Integral Calculus | Definite integration | 2 |

Differential equation | 1 | |

Indefinite integration | 1 | |

Matrix & determinants | Matrices and determinants | 2 |

Permutation & Combination | Permutation & Combination | 1 |

Probability | Probability | 1 |

Sequence & Series | Sequence & Series | 1 |

Trigonometry | Trigonometry equations | 1 |

Trigonometry ratio and identities | 1 | |

Vector & 3D | Vector | 3 |

Mathematical Reasoning | Mathematical Reasoning | 1 |

Statistics | Statistics | 1 |

Quadratic Equation | Quadratic Equation |

**JEE Main 9 April 2019 Shift 1 Subject Wise Analysis**: Subject wise analysis for JEE Main 10 April 2019 is given below:

**JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Physics**

The physics paper was the toughest of all three and had equal weightage from all section. More questions from Optics. More weightage was given to class 12th in physics. There were questinons that were direct numerical based in the section.

**JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for chemistry**

Chemistry was the easiest of all the three sections. More weightage was given to class 12th CBSE than Class 11th. There were direct questions to write IUPAC names in chemistry. There were one or two tricky questions.

**JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Mathematics**

Mathematics in the second shift was easier than the first shift. All the topics were evenly distributed and there were questions from both 12th and 11th syllabus. There were more questions from Coordinate geometry, Trigonometry, complex numbers etc.

### JEE Main 2019 Analysis

We are covering JEE Main 2019 (April) for all the exam days. Bookmark the pages below and get all the updated on JEE Main 2019 answer key, question paper, and analysis.

Exam Date |
Question Paper and Answer Key |
Analysis |

JEE Main 07 Apr 2019 | Check Here– Available! |
Check Here– Available! |

JEE Main 08 Apr 2019 | Check Here– Available! |
Check Here– Available! |

JEE Main 09 Apr 2019 | Check Here– Available! |
Check Here– Available! |

JEE Main 12 Apr 2019 | Check Here– Available! |
Check Here– Available! |

### JEE Main 10 Apr 2019 Paper 1 Section-wise Analysis (Shift 2)

The JEE Main 10 Apr 2019 Paper 1 analysis will be provided here. Overall the paper in the 1st shift was from difficult to moderate level as per candidates. Physics again was the toughest section whereas Mathematics was from difficult to moderate. However, chemistry yet again as the easiest of all. The paper analysis is important to estimate the performance in the exam.

**Level of Difficulty in Each Section**: This was the level of difficulty in each section:

Level of Difficulty |
Subject |

Difficult | Physics |

Moderate | Mathematics |

Easy | Chemistry |

**Topics and Number of Questions Asked**: Below, you can see the topics from which questions in JEE Main 9 April exam of Shift 1 were asked.

Unit Name | Topic | No.of Questions |
---|---|---|

Physics |
||

Electrodynamics | Capacitance | 1 |

Current Electricity | 4 | |

Electro Magnetic Field | 2 | |

Electrostatics | 1 | |

Electro Magnetic Induction | 1 | |

Heat & Thermodynamics | KTG Thermodynamics | 3 |

Mechanics | Rigid body dynamics | 3 |

Work, Power and Energy | 1 | |

Centre of Mass | 1 | |

Rectilinear motion | 1 | |

Gravitation | 1 | |

Errors and Measurements | 1 | |

Surface tension | 1 | |

Relative Motion | 1 | |

Modern Physics | atomic physics | 1 |

semiconductors | 1 | |

Electromagnetic waves and Communication | 2 | |

Optics | 1 | |

Geometrical optics and Physical optics | 2 | |

SHM & Waves | SHM | 1 |

Sound waves | 1 | |

Principle of Communication | 1 | |

Chemistry |
||

Inorganic Chemistry – I | Chemical bonding | 2 |

P-block | 2 | |

Environmental Chemistry | 1 | |

Periodic table and periodicity in properties | 1 | |

Inorganic Chemistry – II | Coordination compounds | 2 |

Metallurgy | 1 | |

Organic Chemistry – II | Aromatic compounds | 1 |

Biomolecules | 1 | |

Grignard reagent, reduction, oxidation & Hydrolysis | 2 | |

Organic reaction mechanism-I | 1 | |

IUPAC & Isomerism | 1 | |

Polymers | 1 | |

Organic reaction mechanism-II | 2 | |

Physical Chemistry – I | Gaseous state | 1 |

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry | 2 | |

Atomic structure and Nuclear chemistry | 1 | |

Physical Chemistry – II | Chemical kinetics | 1 |

Electrochemistry | 1 | |

Solutions and colligative properties | 2 | |

Mathematics |
||

Binomial Theorem | Binomial Theorem | 1 |

Complex Numbers | Complex Numbers | 1 |

Coordinate Geometry | Circle | 1 |

Ellipse | 1 | |

Hyperbola | 1 | |

Straight line | 1 | |

Differential Calculus | Limit continuity and differentiability | 3 |

Application of derivatives | 1 | |

Functions | 1 | |

Integral Calculus | Definite integration | 2 |

Differential equation | 1 | |

Indefinite integration | 1 | |

Matrix & determinants | Matrices and determinants | 2 |

Permutation & Combination | Permutation & Combination | 1 |

Probability | Probability | 1 |

Sequence & Series | Sequence & Series | 1 |

Trigonometry | Trigonometry equations | 1 |

Trigonometry ratio and identities | 1 | |

Vector & 3D | Vector | 3 |

Mathematical Reasoning | Mathematical Reasoning | 1 |

Statistics | Statistics | 1 |

Quadratic Equation | Quadratic Equation | 1 |

**JEE Main 10 April 2019 Shift 2 Subject Wise Analysis**: Subject wise analysis for JEE Main 9 April shift 2 are given below:

**JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Physics**

There was more numerical based question in the physics section. More questions were there from 11th CBSE and were found to be tough. Physics had 6 questions from mechanics and 3 from semiconductors. Also, questions from Relative motion, Convex mirrors were there in physics.

**JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Chemistry**

Chemistry section was easiest of all the three. Equal weightage was given to all organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. There were more questions from organic chemistry Sn1 and Sn2 reactions. Also, the Stratosphere question was reported as the easiest question.

**JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Analysis for Mathematics**

The mathematics section in this shift was the toughest of all. Although, Pattern and difficulty level is the same as the January session. There were questions from coordinate geometry, 2D And 3D and calculus in maths. Also, the mathematics section had questions from Eclipse, parabola and trigonometry.

### JEE Main 2019 Exam Pattern

Candidates can make a note of the JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Exam pattern, from below.

**Duration of Exam**– 3 hours (without any sectional limit)**Mode of Exam**– Online (Computer-based mode)**The medium of Language**– English, Hindi, Gujarati**Total Number of Questions**– 90 questions (30 questions per section)**Question Type**– Objective (MCQ type)**Marking Scheme**– +4 marks for every correct answer/ -1 mark deducted for every incorrect answer

Sections |
Number of Questions |
Maximum Marks |

Mathematics | 30 | 120 |

Physics | 30 | 120 |

Chemistry | 30 | 120 |

Total |
90 | 360 |

**All the Best From Team Aglasem!**

To get fastest exam alerts and government job alerts in India, join our Telegram channel.