JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 Analysis – From this page candidates can check JEE Main 2020 exam analysis of January 09, 2020 exam. As per the students, in shift 1 maths was moderate but lengthy, physics was difficult and tricky, chemistry was easy and NCERT based. In shift 2, physics was the toughest, maths was moderate and chemistry was the easiest section. With the end of the JEE Main 2020 January attempt, NTA has scheduled JEE Main result date as of January 31, 2020. Check live update, student reaction, topics asked in the exam, weightage, memory based questions and detailed JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 analysis from below.
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JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 Analysis
Exam: JEE Main 2020 B.E. / B.Tech
For: Admission in B.E and B.Tech courses
Result Date: 31 Jan 2020
JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 Analysis By Coaching Centers
Check below the analysis of JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 by the experts. As per Resonance, the distribution of the class 11 and class 12 syllabus is given below:
Shift 1 and 2: Distribution of class 11 and 12 syllabus
|Subject||Class 11 – Shift 1||Class 12 – Shift 1||Class 11 – Shift 2||Class 12 – Shift 2|
Shift 1 and 2: Difficulty level of the subjects
The experts of Resonance have given the below analysis about the difficulty level of the paper:
|Subject||Shift 1||Shift 2|
Shift 1 and 2: Weightage of topics
The experts at Resonance have also mentioned the topics and the number of question aksed from it in shift 1 and 2, check the same below:
a: Topics and number of questions asked in Maths
|Maths topics||Questions in Shift 1||Questions in Shift 2|
|Fundamentals of Mathematics||–||–|
|Matrix & Determinants||2||2|
|Permutation & Combination||1||–|
|Sequence & Series||1||3|
|Vector and 3D||2||2|
b: Topics and number of questions asked in Physics
|Physics Topics||Questions in Shift 1||Questions in Shift 2|
|Heat & Thermodynamics||2||2|
|SHM & Waves||1||1|
c: Topics and number of questions asked in Chemistry
|Chemistry Topics||Questions in Shift 1||Questions in Shift 2|
|Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties||2||–|
|d-block & f-block Elements||1||1|
|General Organic Chemistry- II||1||1|
|General Organic Chemistry- I||1|
|Alkyl Hallide, Alcohol & Ether||1||–|
|Grignard Reagent, Reduction, Oxidation & Hydrolysis||–||–|
|Practical Organic Chemistry||–||–|
|Organic Reaction Mechanism I||1|
|Organic Reaction Mechanism II||–||1|
|Organic Reaction Mechanism III||–||–|
|Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives||–||–|
|Chemistry in everyday life||1||–|
|Electronic Effect and its application (GOC-2)||1||–|
|Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry||1||1|
|Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry||1||–|
|Solution & Colligative Properties||1||1|
JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 Analysis Based on Initial Reaction of Students
As per the initial reaction of the students after the exam of both the shift, we have covered the analysis straight from the center below. Here we have covered the following:
- Overall analysis of 8 Jan 2020 exam
- Shift 1 analysis of 8 Jan 2020 exam
- Shift 2 analysis of 8 Jan 2020 exam
1. Overall analysis based on shift 1 and Shift 2
Based on the shift 1 and shift 2 of 9 Jan 2020 exam here is what the overall analysis is:
|Most difficult section||None|
|Moderate section||Maths and Physics.|
Maths was lengthy
|Weightage of class 11 and 12||Equal distribution of class 11 and 12 syllabus|
Most asked topics: The below-given topics were asked in the exam
|Chemistry||Some basic concepts in chemistry, Chemical bonding and molecular structure, Chemical thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Redox reactions and electrochemistry, Chemical kinetics, Surface chemistry, Chemistry in everyday life, Principles related to practical chemistry, Organic compounds containing oxygen, Organic compounds containing nitrogen, Biomolecules, Hydrogen, P Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements, Co-ordination compounds, Environmental chemistry, General principles and processes of isolation of metals|
|Maths||Complex numbers and quadratic equations, Matrices and determinants, Sets, relations and functions, Limit, continuity and differentiability, Integral calculus, Three-dimensional geometry, Differential equations, Binomial theorem and its simple applications, Sequences and series, Vector algebra, Statistics. and probability, Co-ordinate geometry|
|Physics||Units and measurement, Rotational motion, Thermodynamics, Kinematics, Properties of solids and liquids, Gravitation Laws of motion, Oscillations and waves, Electronic devices, Current electricity, Magnetic effects of current and magnetism, Optics, Atoms and nuclei,, Electrostatics, Dual nature of matter and radiation.|
2. JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 Analysis for Shift 1 by the Students
NTA has revamped the exam pattern of JEE Main in 2020. Introduction of the numerical answer type questions have made the paper more calculative and conceptual. To know how was the JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 shift 1 exam read below:
Difficulty level of the sections: Overall the paper was moderate as per the students.
|Maths||easy to moderate and lengthy|
|Physics||moderate to difficult and tricky|
|Chemistry||easy and was NCERT based, but tricky|
What will be cutoff? As per the students, the expected cutoff will be around 80 to 85 marks out of 300 marks.
Class 11 V/S Class 12:
- The syllabus of class 12 was covered mostly in the paper.
Some of the most asked topics of JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 shift 1 exam:
- In physics, questions were asked from resistance, fluid mechanics, electrostatics, dipole movement, modern physics, current electricity, electrostatics, semiconductors
- In maths question came from vector algebra, calculus, mathematical reasoning, binomial expression, matrices and determinants, integration, conic section, probability, differential calculus
- In chemistry, the questions were asked mostly from coordination compounds, chemistry in everyday life, organic reactions, chemical bonding, aldehyde groups. The weightage of organic and inorganic was equal. However, some said organic was more.
- NATs were difficult in physics, lengthy in maths and easy in chemistry.
For memory based question and answers of this shift – click here
Check below the live video of JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 shift 1 exam straight from the exam center
3. JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 Analysis for Shift 2 by the Students
The questions asked in B.E / B.Tech have been reduced from 2020. Earlier candidates had to attempt 90 MCQs in 3 hours. Now the candidates have to complete 60 MCQs and 15 NATs in 3 hours. The analysis of shift 2 is available below:
Difficulty level of the sections: The exam was overall easy this year as compared to the last years. This has been told by the students as per the previous year papers of JEE Main. Also, exam was very conceptual. The exam had lesser questions from last year, however, each of the question in the exam had a concept applied to them.
|Maths||moderate and lengthy|
|Physics||moderate to difficult|
|Chemistry||easy and NCERT based|
What will be cutoff? The expected cutoff as per the students is to be around 100 to 130 marks out of 300.
Class 11 V/S Class 12:
- In physics, most of the questions were from class 11 and in maths, most questions were from class 12.
Some of the most asked topics of JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 shift 2 exam:
- Physics had questions from thermodynamics, electrostatics, significant digits, center of mass, moment of inertia, force
- Chemistry had questions from chemical bonds, organic chemistry, biomolecules, chemistry in everyday life, polymers, most questions were from inorganic section
- Maths had questions from 3D, Vector, probability, arithmetic progression, sequence and series, relations and functions
- NATs were easy but lengthy.
For memory based question and answers of this shift – click here
Check below the live video of JEE Main 9 Jan 2020 shift 2 exam straight from the exam center
JEE Main 2020 January Exam Facts and Figures
As per the official date made public by NTA, the following facts and figures can be checked for JEE Main 2020 B.E. / B.Tech paper:
- BE/BTech paper is being held across 567 Centres
Gender/Category wise distribution of candidates registered for BE / B.Tech paper
A comparison with last year’s January exam:
|Particulars for January attempt||This year||Last year|
|Total number of candidates registered||11,18,673||11,09,250|
|Candidates registered for B.E/B.Tech paper||9,21,261||9,29,198|
|Candidates registered for B.Arch/B.Plan||B.Arch – 1,38,409|
B.Plan – 5,9003
Changed Exam Pattern of JEE Main 2020 B.E / B.Tech Paper
The following major changes have been made in the exam pattern of JEE Main from the year 2020:
Number 1: The number of questions and the marks in the exam
- In the old pattern, candidates had to attempt 90 MCQs of 360 marks
- In the new pattern, candidates have to attempt 75 questions of 300 marks
Number 2: Introduction of the integer type or the numerical answer type questions
- Earlier the candidates had to face 90 multiple choice questions.
- Now the candidates have to face 60 MCQs and 15 NATs in the paper. There are 20 MCQs and 5 NATs in each section.
- NATs have no negative marking
- NATs are to be answered using a virtual keyboard available on the system of the candidates.
Marking scheme is as follows:
- Correct answers: +4
- Wrong answers: -1
- Multiple answers: -1
- Correct NVTs: +4
- Wrong NVTs: 0
Exam pattern of B.E / B.Tech paper is given below:
|Sections||No. of MCQs||No. of NATs||Total Ques||Marks|
Overview of previous year JEE Main analysis – How was the B.E / B.Tech paper last year
You can check below how was the January attempt of JEE Main Jan attempt last year:
- Difficult section – Physics
- Moderate Section – Mathematics
- Easy Section – Chemistry
Weightage of topics: The topics from where most of the questions were asked are:
- Physics: Electrodynamics, Heat & Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Modern Physics, Optics, SHM & Waves.
- Maths: Binomial Theorem, Complex Numbers, Coordinate Geometry, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Matrix & determinants, Permutation & Combination, Probability, Sequence & Series, Trigonometry, Vector & 3D, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics and Quadratic Equation.
- Chemistry: S-block, P-block, Environmental Chemistry, Periodic table and periodicity in properties, Coordination compounds, Metallurgy, Aromatic compounds, Biomolecules, Grignard reagent, reduction, oxidation & Hydrolysis, Organic reaction mechanism, IUPAC & Isomerism, Polymers, Ionic Equilibrium, Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry, Atomic structure and Nuclear chemistry, Chemical kinetics, Electrochemistry, Solutions, and colligative properties.
About JEE Main 2020
National Testing Agency holds the national level engineering entrace exam – Joint Entrance Examination (Main). The exam is held twice a year across India and at few centers in abroad. The exam qualifiers are offered admission in B.Tech / B.E, B.Arch and B.Plan courses offered by the NITS, CFTIs, IIITs. The candidates who are in 10+2 or have passed the same can appear for the exam. There are 3 paper in the exam – B.E / B.Tech paper, B.Planning paper and B.Arch paper.
JEE Main Previous Year Analysis
Check the last year’s analysis of the exam from the links below:
|Exam Date||Question Paper and Answer Key||Analysis|
|JEE Main 07 Apr 2019||Check Here||Check Here|
|JEE Main 08 Apr 2019||Check Here||Check Here|
|JEE Main 09 Apr 2019||Check Here||Check Here|
|JEE Main 10 Apri 2019||Check Here||Check Here|
|JEE Main 12 Apr 2019||Check Here||Check Here|
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