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If you are appearing for the January session of JEE Main 2019 then you might be in the final lap of your preparation. With less than two weeks time left for the first leg of JEE Main 2019, it’s important to brush up on important concepts and formulas to deliver your best on the D-day. JEE Main 2019 is scheduled from January 06 to January 20, 2019 in online mode only.
Even if you are targetting JEE Main 2019 April session then also you need to consider these chapters and topics to be brushed up in the last minutes or we can say few days left before the exam.Now, the question arises before aspirant about how to choose topics for revision or say how to prioritize among topics from the huge syllabus of JEE Main.
Well, you need not worry anymore. To facilitate you in making the most out of last minute JEE Main 2019 preparation and devise an effective strategy, we have put together a comprehensive list of important chapters to be covered from each subject.
In this blog, we have listed the important topics that are not be missed under Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics based on previous year analysis and weightage of those chapters/topics in JEE Main question paper. So, sit back relax and read till the end.
Important Dates for JEE Main 2019
Candidates appearing for the JEE Main 2019 exam in the coming month must take note of the important dates related to exam and subsequent events. The table below provides a brief overview of the upcoming evets in JEE Main 2019.
|JEE Main 2019 Admit card release||December 17, 2018 (Available for download)|
|JEE Main 2019 exam date||January 9th to January 12th, 2019|
|The release of JEE Main 2019 Answer key||7-10 days after the exam|
|JEE Main 2019 Answer Key challenge window||3rd week of January 2019|
|JEE Main 2019 Final result||January 31st, 2019|
Candidates must note that some of the dates mentioned above are tentative and are subject to change as per the discretion of NTA (National Testing Agency). Thus, candidates are advised to visit the official website www.nta.ac.in or check out this space on regular basis.
Important Chapters (Topics) for Last Minute Preparation
Let’s take a look at some of the important topics from all the individual subjects that you must revise before the JEE Main 2019 exam.
|Topic||Weightage (in percentage)|
|Heat and Thermodynamics||9.5|
*Weightage of these topics in previous year JEE Main exams (out of 30 questions of Physics).
|Topic||Weightage (in percentage)|
|S-block, P-block & D-block elements||5|
*Weightage of these topics in previous year JEE Main exams (out of 30 questions of Chemistry in the exam).
|Topic||Weightage (in percentage)|
|Complex Numbers & Quadratic equations||7.3|
|Sequence & Series||5.2|
*Weightage of these topics in previous year JEE Main exams (out of 30 questions of Mathematics in the exam).
Past Year Trend Analysis for JEE Main 2019
After taking notice of the important topics let’s have a look at the trend analysis (based on question per topic) of each subject in the previous year’s JEE Main 2019.
|Heat & Thermodynamics||2||4||3||3|
|Waves & Sound||1||1||1||1|
|Newton’s law & friction||1||1||0||1|
|S-block, P-block & D-block elements||2||2||2||3|
|Sequence & Series||2||3||2||3|
Important Points for JEE Main 2019 Exam day
- Go through all the 120 Questions in one go that is take a glance of each of the section and the paper as a whole to get an overview.
- Read the questions slowly and carefully so, that you don’t miss out on important details.
- Don’t panic if you don’t know the answers of first two-three questions rather start from the questions for those you know the answer.
- Don’t get excited if you find that you know answers for most of the questions as there are high chances of you making mistake in excitement. Go one by one and keep your mind focused
- Carefully devote time for each section and don’t
- Try to get through the numerical first. In case you don’t feel comfortable with the numerical then you are free to go from the question from where you feel good.
With NTA (National Testing Agency) taking over the reins from CBSE, JEE Main has witnessed several changes. The mode of examination is shifted to online mode completely and the exam itself will be conducted twice every year. Admit card for the upcoming session has been released, and you can download it now.
JEE Main has more than 10 lakh applicants every year and it is very necessary to ensure fair means for all. JEE Main security measures will be undertaken to reduce chances any of malpractices at designated centres.
Aspirants work really hard to secure a good score in JEE Main. They use extensive study material to get a better rank. Hence, it would be wrong if anybody uses unfair means and gets a better score. All exam centers are equipped with CCTV cameras, state coordinators and jammers.
As per the guidelines of NTA, you are not allowed to carry any metal objects or electronic devices to the exam center. Aspirants who appeared for the recent UGC NET exam has to undergo security check set at the exam center.
This regulation has increased the chances of security check in JEE Main exam as well. Check complete exam schedule here.
Expected JEE Main 2019 Security Measures
By the experience of the recently conducted UGC NET exam, you can expect several JEE Main security measures when you visit the exam center. Before the exam was conducted, a third party audit of all examination centers was completed. For UGC NET, there were around 24 State Coordinators, 295 City Coordinators, and 742 Observers at the exam centers.
There will be 40,000 jammers to block the mobile network. Even if aspirants somehow manage to carry their mobiles along, they will not be able to access it, because of the jammers. This measure is undertaken to outsmart the tech savvy aspirants.
List of JEE Main Security Measures
There are certain rules that all aspirants must follow at the exam center. When you visit your exam center, you will be scanned thoroughly using metal detectors. There is no need to carry any pens or sheets as authorities will provide you with both things.
Here are some rules as per the security guidelines-
- Exam center will open 2.5 hours before the commencement of exam
- You must follow the dress code to avoid any trouble
- You can wear your cultural dress, but you need to cooperate with the authorities to let them check you
- Carrying admit card is necessary, else you cannot sit for the exam
- Do not carry any unnecessary things as authorities will not be responsible for the loss
- There will be no provision to keep your belongings at the centers
- You will not be allowed to leave the exam center till the completion of exam duration
- You are not allowed to carry anything to eat inside the exam hall, unless you are diabetic
Note- If you are found carrying any prohibited material to the exam center, your candidature will be disqualified at that very instance.
So, kindly check yourself before you sit for the exam to avoid any chances of carrying cheating material. in case you find any material, hand it over to the invigilator before the commencement of exam.
JEE Main 2019 is all set to be conducted from January 06 to January 20 in online mode. JEE Main Registration for January session closed on September 30, 2018 and the numbers are slightly surprising. The number of applicants has dipped to 9.65 lakhs as compared to 11.5 lakhs last year. However, there is a positive rise in number of female applicants in JEE Mains this year.
Last year JEE Main saw 10.4 Lakh candidates appear in the exam. Only 24% among these candidates were female. The dip in number of overall registrations can be attributed to the fact that exam will be conducted twice this year and many aspirants are still in the final phase of preparation. Also the overlapping between JEE Main and Class 12 Board Practical exams is another decisive factor.
More applications are expected in the second session of JEE Main in April. But the rise in number of female applicants is a positive reaction for the Government and officials.
JEE Main 2019 Registration for January session closed on Sep 30, 2018. The online CBT (Computer Based Test) exam for JEE Main 2019 Jan session would be held in between of Jan 6, 2018 and Jan 20, 2018. Over 9.65 lakhs aspirants have registered for JEE Main 2019 January exam.
In case, any candidate has made any errors in his/her application form, JEE Main Correction Window would get active from Oct 8, 2018 to Oct 14, 2018. Candidates may avail this one-time facility and edit the details correctly at nta.ac.in or jeemain.nic.in.
Although the dates of JEE Main 2019 January session are coinciding with the XII class students’ practical board exam, it did not reflect much in the number of applications received from students by NTA.
National Testing Agency (NTA) is the new organizing authority for national level entrance examinations such as UGC-NET, CMAT, GPAT, NEET and JEE Main 2019. Another major change introduced this year is introduction of CBT (Computer Based Test) in the above mentioned exams with exception to NEET. NTA released an official notification for CBT with detailed instructions to take the test in online mode on September 27, 2018.
As per the report, all the above-listed examinations will be conducted through Computer Based Test i.e. CBT wherein the candidates will have to give the exam online on a computer within the stipulated period of time. With the aim of clearing the air of doubts lingering regarding the exam, NTA has released a notification which comprises of the general guidelines and procedures to be followed for the CBT Exam.
The first phase of JEE Main 2019 is slated from January 06 to January 20 in multiple seatings. JEE Main Application Process closes on September 30 while the admit card for JEE Main is expected to be released on or after December 17. The registration fee can be filled by October 1st, 2018 through online mode or by using bank challan.
NTA has scraped the slot booking process. As per the new system, JEE Main slot booking process will be conducted by NTA and candidates will not have the leisure to select their slot. The NTA (National Testing Agency) that happens to be the exam conducting body will be allotting the date, shift, and timing. They will be randomly allocating the slots for registered candidates. The allotment will be conducted by NTA using computer software on a random basis. The allotment will begin after the closure of application date.
The slot booking for JEE Main comprising of date and shift booking is an important aspect of all students who are appearing for JEE Main 2019. However, as per reports, the JEE Mains has brought about few changes. The examination will now be conducted in two shifts and 8 settings. Furthermore, the Mains will be conducted in two sessions (i.e. in January and April).
The date and time shift for both Paper I and Paper II will be notified by October 05 while the examination centre/city for JEE Main 2019 will be notified by October 21 on the official site. Many students expected to have the advantage of slot booking but NTA due to logistics and other reasons seems to have revoked the facility.
JEE or Joint Engineering Entrance Mains is one of the most difficult entrance examination conducted for students who aspire to pursue Engineering (B.E./ B.Tech) or Architecture (B.Plan/ B.Arch) in the future. It is one of the important examinations which deems eligibility of candidates seeking admission in top IITs across the country. The examination comprises of two papers. The paper I that deals with Engineering and Paper II is for Architecture.
Notification by NTA
JEE Main examination has brought about important changes in aspects of conduction of examinations and the slot allotments. The examination will now be conducted in 8 settings and candidates will be required to book their shift. According to reports published, the Paper I for Engineering will be conducted in two shift timings one in the morning and other in the evening whereas the Paper II for Architecture will be conducted in the first shift i.e. Morning shift only.
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Some of the other details mentioned in the notification are as follows:
- Paper 1 will be for engineering students, aspiring to pursue B.E./B.Tech.
- It will comprise of questions from Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
- The Paper 1 will be conducted on online mode only.
- The schedule will be conducted in two shifts which will be from 9.30 – 12.30 and 2.30 – 5.30.
- Paper 2 will be for Architecture students who aspire to take up B.Plan/ B.Arch.
- It will comprise of questions from Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawings.
- The Mathematics exam and Aptitude Test for Paper II will be conducted through online mode, whereas the Drawing Test will be conducted Offline (pen and paper mode).
- Paper 2 will be conducted only during the 1st shift i.e. 9.30 – 12.30
Notification of dates
The application form for JEE Main 2019 is available from September 1, 2018. The for registration closes on September 30, 2018. Candidates are advised to apply early as soon as the process commences on the official website of National Testing Agency (NTA).
The NTA will allocate slots to candidates which will be based on “First come, First serve” basis. The candidate can choose a slot for the exam at the time of filling the application, however, the final decision of the slot will be done by NTA that will be selected randomly through a computerized process.
The final date and time slot along with allotted centre of examination will be printed on JEE Main Admit Card.
Steps to Download JEE Main Admit Card 2019
JEE Main 2019 Admit Card for Phase I is tentatively scheduled for release on December 17, 2018. Candidates can download from the official site of NTA. Note that the admit card will be issued for successful applicants. Here are the steps to download admit card successfully:
- Go to the official website of National Testing Agency on www.nta.ac.in Or Go to the official website of JEE at www.jeemain.nic.in
- Click on “Admit Card for JEE Main 2019” link
- Enter JEE Main 2019 Application Number and Password along with security pin.
- Click on the submit button
- Admit Card is displayed in your browser.
- Check for all the details printed on the card and in case of any discrepancy, report to the authorities immediately.
- Finally, download the card in your system and take multiple printouts of the same for future purposes.
The eligibility criteria for taking admissions to B.Arch and B.Planning has been updated by COA (Council of Architecture). NTA ( National Test Agency) has released an official notice with respect to candidates applying for JEE Main Paper 2.
As per the change, to take admissions in B.Arch or B.Planning, candidate must have Physics, Chemistry and Maths as main subjects. Along with this, candidate must score a minimum of 50% in each of the mentioned subjects. The aggregate percentage of the candidate is mandatory to be 50% in 10+2.
NTA (National Test Agency) has launched online content lecture series for aspirants of JEE Main 2019 and NEET 2019 delivered by faculty from IITs. This videos are part of the IIT PAL (Professor Assisted Learning) initiative which is another in line of major efforts taken by NTA and MHRD to facilitate students’ preparations using free and self-sustained coaching methods for JEE Main Preparation.
Several lectures are provided by IIT professors on various topics in accordance with the syllabus of exam. Lectures are dispensed on Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
With this initiative, students would have an easy reach to different topics from the portion of JEE Main and NEET 2019 syllabus. The lectures can be obtained from the official website of NTA i.e. nta.ac.in.
Subject wise segregation is done in video series making it more organized for the students. They may browse the video by clicking on the link and then selecting subject and the topic they are looking for. Links for these online content lectures are mentioned on official website.
Youtube and official website contains a range of online lectures by IIT professors and other subject matter specialists (about 50-60). Average duration of these lectures is about 50 minutes. Candidates may browse them on their smartphones in accordance to their need and preference with the help of ‘Swayam’ platform which is part of the MHRD initiative.
Subject Wise Uploaded Videos
The IIT PAL Videos uploaded for JEE Main 2019 and other exams pertain to various topics covered under each subject. The list of all the topics are provided below for better clarity.
Mathematics – Quadratic equations, Limits, Straight lines, Complex Numbers, Three Dimensional Geometry, Permutation and Combination, Circles, Matrices, Statistics, Binomial Theorem etc.
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Chemistry – Organic Compounds, Redox Reactions, Solutions, Organic Chemistry, Coordination Compounds, States of Matter: Gases and Liquids, Electrochemistry, Chemical Thermodynamics, Polymers etc.
Biology – Photosynthesis and Respiration, Cell Structure and Function, Genetics and Evolution, Human Physiology, Ecology, Plant Physiology etc.
The online registration for JEE Main 2019 – January Phase closes on September 30 while the exam is scheduled for January 06 to January 20. Phase 2 of JEE Main 2019 will be carried out from April 06 to April 20. JEE Main Registration for April session from February 08. Students applying for both the phases can use these handy tutorials to take their JEE preparation to the next level.
In a bid to restore the confidence of candidates appearing for JEE Main and other national level examinations, Government has distributed 2.7 lakhs computers to the students for JEE Main Test Practice Centers. The move has come in wake of doubts creeping among aspirants concerning CBT mode and MHRD & NTA’s joint effort in allaying any fears among candidates by providing ample platforms for candidates to prepare for the upcoming examination.
It is done in order to facilitate the students who do not have computers or smartphones of their own. National Testing Agency(NTA) has launched 3,404 test practice centres (TPCs) in 662 districts on Sep 16, 2018.
The practice centres enables a candidate to register and take practice computer based test (CBT) for JEE Main and UGC-NET free of cost. Candidates can register for the test practice centers on the official site of NTA , i.e., nta.ac.in using their Google or Facebook Account.
JEE Main 2019 is going to be held from January 6 to January 20 this year. The registration for JEE Main started on September 01 and would wind up on Sep 30, 2018. Candidates can register online only at official website of NTA, nta.ac.in. However, since the beginning of process several queries were made concerning the requirement of aadhaar details in application form of JEE Main 2019 and UGC-NET Dec 2018.
In a response to these queries, NTA (National Test Agency on Tuesday, 11 Sep, 2018 published a notice clarifying that filling up of Aadhaar card number in the application forms is not necessary. The official notice by NTA clearly indicates, “it is hereby clarified that while filling in online Application Form and as per the ‘Replica of Application Form’ given in Annexure VIII (page 39-40) (UGC-NET Bulletin December 2018) in the drop down box regarding ‘Identification Type’ and as also given on page 11, the Aadhaar number is only one of the types of identification and is not mandatory”.
This now is expected to clear the confusion for all JEE aspirants. NTA has also mentioned that in place of Aadhaar Number, any government identity number would be accepted. It may be ration card number, bank account number, passport number etc. In the application form of JEE Main and UGC-NET which are being filled, candidates would be provided to enter any valid government identity number.
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How to Apply for JEE Main 2019?
JEE Main Registration can be completed through the website – nta.ac.in or jeemain.nic.in. Filling up the complete form consists of four stages. Let’s browse through the steps one at a time:
- Registration- This is the very first page to be filled while applying online for JEE Main 2019. Here you would be submitting your basic details such as
- state of eligibility
- state from where the candidate has passed class 12th
- identification ID type and identification ID
- candidate’s name
- date of birth
- security pin.
- Application Form- After successful registration, you would be asked to submit other details which includes:
- personal details
- details related to examination
- academic details
- contact details
- guardian details
- in the end you would be setting password which would be further used to login by the candidate to check the status.
- Uploading of documents (scanned) – After filling-in the required details in the application form, candidates are required to upload the asked documents.
- What should be kept in mind is, the documents should be in prescribed form otherwise they won’t get uploaded.
- After clicking on “upload scanned images”, you would be asked to upload photo and signature of the candidate.
- The specifications for to-be-uploaded documents would be mentioned there already.
- Application fees payment- The last step is to pay the application fees. After verifying the details that you have submitted earlier, make payment for prescribed application fees. Payment can be done through credit/debit card, net banking and offline through e-challan. Oct 1, 2018 is the last date to deposit payment in online mode.
The application fee for JEE Main 2019 is tabulated below:
|Paper/Category||Paper 1 or 2||Paper 1 and 2 Both||Paper 1 or 2||Paper 1 and 2 both|
|Those who’s Exam Centre is in India||Those who’s Exam Centre is out of India|
|Offline Modes (Pen & Paper Based)||General/OBCs (Boys)||1000||1800||2500||3800|
|Online Modes (Computer Based)||General/OBCs (Boys)||500||1300||2500||3800|