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JEE Main Paper 2 was conducted successfully on April 7, 2019 across the various exam centres. It was a moderately difficult exam for both shifts though easier than the January paper. Aspirants gave the exam in 2 shifts- shift 1 began at 9:30 AM, while shift 2 began at 2:30 PM. In this article, you will get section-wise JEE Main Paper 2 analysis.
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JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis : Aptitude
Aptitude was an comparatively easy section as per JEE Main aspirants. It had 50 questions and the total weightage of this part was 200 marks. There were no surprises for aspirants and everyone made it through the section without any difficulty. It had questions on identifying top and front view of objects.
JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis: Mathematics
Mathematics section had 30 questions and the total weightage was 120 marks. Of the 3 sections, aspirants found this to be the toughest section. Questions here were totally concept-based. There were questions that were directly asked from previous year papers. However, no questions were repeated from January paper. The paper was dominated by Calculus questions.
JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis: Drawing
Drawing section had 3 questions with the total weightage of 70 marks. It was an easy yet time consuming section as per the aspirants. The questions required students to show their creativity and imagination. The three questions were as follows:
- First question was to design something out of a cube. It required creativity of the students.
- Second question was to replicate a flower. It required detailed study and focus from the students.
- Third question was to sketch a scene of a classroom from a rear view. It required imagination power of the students.
JEE Main paper 2 has 3 parts: Part 1- Aptitude Test, Part 2- Mathematics and Part 3- Drawing. While the first 2 parts were conducted in online mode, the drawing section was conducted in pen and paper mode. There were 83 questions in total which aspirants had to complete in 3 hours.
Part 1 had 30 questions, Part 2 had 50 and Part 3 had 3 questions. The total weightage of the exam was 390 marks. There was negative marking as well. For the shift 2 aspirants, Mathematics section was the most difficult. It was completely based on concepts and only those who practiced the concepts could attempt majority of questions.