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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.
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 Exam will completely shift to online mode after the National Testing Agency or NTA takes control of the management of the exam. However, until 2018, a vast majority of the aspirants have opted for the pen and paper test, that is the offline mode. In 2018, the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE conducted the test for the last time.
Under the supervision of CBSE, JEE Main was conducted in both the online and the offline mode and according to the trends, the greater portion of the students went for the offline mode of the exam or the pen and paper based test.
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However, in recent years, a discernible increase has been noticed in the number of students opting for the online mode of the exam. Here is comprehensive guide on JEE Main CBT mode for students who will for the first time in January 2019 session.
Confusions and fears among the students regarding the CBT
Usually, there remains a general confusion about the nature of the online mode of the exam. Many consider it to be an internet-based exam, which is, in reality, not the case. The online mode of the exam is a Computer-Based Test or CBT that only has the need for a Local Area Network (LAN). The exam is not dependent on the Internet connection and the LAN is used only to make sure that the whole examination process is executed with ultimate safety and without any intrusion of glitches.
Despite being so carefully handled, there are some confusing concerns among the students regarding the CBT for which they generally incline to opt for the pen and paper test rather than the online exams. Some of these concerns are:
- CBTs generally have tougher questions than the pen and paper test
- There might be power failures or technical glitches in the exam centers
- The responses given by the examinees may not be recorded properly etc.
- One may require of higher degree of familiarity with operating computer systems and other technical aspects.
Apart from that, some think that handling computer might be difficult, especially those who have very little practical experience or are coming from highly remote areas without proper computer awareness.
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In response to all the concerns listed above, it can be said that CBSE has been conducting the JEE Main Exam in the online mode since 2014 and no such problems have been reported yet. Regarding the difficulty in handling the computer, it can be said that no special training is required to appear for any CBT, only the basic knowledge of handling the mouse is sufficient. These things have been clearly declared by CBSE when they previously published the FAQs on the online mode of the exam.
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Practice sessions that can help
This time, NTA has taken a helpful step with the intention of making things clearer. In order to provide the students from the rural areas the chance to get familiar with the essentials of JEE Main CBT mode, NTA is going to establish free practice centers.
3000 training centers are stipulated for the purpose of training aspirants from rural areas and remote locations for the CBT. Students having the internet facility at their homes can also download these practice test series questions and get themselves prepared likewise.
Advantages of the CBT
- No special computer knowledge is required except for knowing how to handle the mouse
- Chances are there to review and change a given response
- No threat of a leak
- An automatically set clock at the screen that shows the time left, the number of questions answered, the number of questions left, and the number of questions left for review
- Results are expected to be declared much earlier
Disadvantages of the CBT
Apart from the general fear of appearing in the CBT among the rural candidates, there is no big disadvantage expected from the CBT. However, both the NTA and the MHRD have taken this matter into special consideration and that is why the practice centers are going to be operated soon from the ending of this month.
So, the aspirants are advised not to believe in the rumors and myths. They need to get prepared for the examination at the right time and make use of the opportunities offered.