December 16, 2019

JEE Syllabus and Main 2019 Analysis

To help you prepare well for your exam, we are here with some of the most important details about JEE. We will be discussing IIT syllabus. Also, we will be having a detailed analysis of the JEE Main 2019 (including all the shifts).

Let’s straightaway arrive at the syllabus for IIT JEE. The test comprises 3 subjects- Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Have a look at the tables below for subject-wise Syllabus.

Syllabus for JEE Main 2020

MATHEMATICS

Sets, Relations and Functions Complex numbers and Quadratic Equations Matrices and Determinants Permutations and Combinations
Mathematical Induction Binomial Theorem and its simple applications Sequence and Series Limits, Continuity and Differentiability
Integral Calculus Differential Equations Coordinate Geometry Three Dimensional Geometry
Vector Algebra Statistics and Probability Trigonometry Mathematical Reasoning

 

PHYSICS

 

Physics and Measurement Kinematics Laws Of Motion Work, Energy and Power
Rotational Motion Gravitation Properties of Solids and Liquids Thermodynamics
Kinetic theory of gases Oscillations and Waves Electrostatics Current Electricity
Magnetic effects of current and magnetism Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents Electromagnetic Waves Optics
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation Atoms and Nuclei Electronic Devices Communication Systems

 

CHEMISTRY

 

Some basic concepts in chemistry States of matter Atomic structure Chemical bonding and molecular structure
Chemical Thermodynamics Solutions Equilibrium Redox reactions and electrochemistry
Chemical Kinetics Surface Chemistry Classification of elements and periodicity in properties General principles and processes of isolation of metals
Hydrogen S-block elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals) p-block elements d and f block elements
Coordination compounds Environmental chemistry Purification and characterisation of organic compounds Some basic principles of organic chemistry
Hydrocarbons Organic compounds containing halogens Organic compounds containing oxygen Organic compounds containing nitrogen
Polymers Biomolecules Chemistry in everyday life Principles related to practical chemistry

 

Now that we have got an overview of the IIT Syllabus, let’s have a look at the JEE Main paper analysis 2019. In this analysis, we will discuss the difficulty level of the exam, kinds of questions focussed and general overview, toughest and easiest sections, etc. In April 2019, the JEE Main was held on 8th, 9th, 10th and 12th in morning and afternoon shifts. Stated below is the analysis for all the mentioned shifts.

JEE Main 2019 Analysis

12th April (Morning shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Moderate
  • Toughest Section: Mathematics
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry
  • General overview: Mathematics paper was lengthy. Chemistry section focussed more on organic Chemistry.

12th April (Afternoon shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Tough
  • Toughest Section: Physics
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry
  • General overview: Mathematics was of moderate difficulty. Topics were well-balanced.

10th April (Morning shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Moderate
  • Toughest Section: Physics; time-consuming
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry
  • General overview: Mathematics sections was a little tricky.

10th April (Afternoon shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Tough
  • Toughest Section: Mathematics
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry
  • General overview: Mathematics was the most time-consuming section.

9th April (Morning shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Tough
  • Toughest Section: Mathematics
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry; lengthy
  • General overview: Physics was comparatively a bit easier than usual but quite time-consuming.

9th April (Afternoon shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Tough
  • Toughest Section: Physics
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry
  • General overview: Some questions in the Mathematics section repeated from the previous year JEE Main papers.

8th April (Morning shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Moderate
  • Toughest Section: Mathematics
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry
  • General overview: Difficulty level of Physics section was moderate but it was lengthy.

8th April (Afternoon shift)

  • Difficulty level of the exam: Moderate
  • Toughest Section: Physics.
  • Easiest Section: Chemistry; had a dozen direct questions from NCERT.
  • General overview: Mathematics was of moderate difficulty.
    Most of the questions in Physics section were from the topics Mechanics, Electrostatic and Magnetism.

That was JEE Main paper analysis 2019 for your reference.

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