JEE Main is a national-level entrance exam for admission into B.Tech and B.Arch/ B.Plan programmes in engineering and architecture colleges across the country. This is one of the most popular entrance exams in India. Every year around 12-14 lakh students appear for JEE Main. JEE Main 2019 participating institutes include 31 National Institutes of Technology (NITs), 23 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and 23 Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs). This means as many as 77 institutes of national importance are participating institutes of JEE Main 2019. Apart from these, the JEE Main score is accepted by certain self-financed universities and institutions.
Earlier, JEE Main was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). From 2019 onward, the National Testing Agency (NTA), the newly formed body, will conduct the exam. Also, the exam will be conducted twice a year, in January and April, giving students an opportunity to improve their score without having to drop a year. Furthermore, JEE Main will be conducted online from 2019 onward. It is not mandatory to appear for the exam both the times (January and April). In case a student appears for the exam both the times, the better of the two scores will be considered for admission/counselling.
JEE Main is also the qualifying exam for JEE Advanced. IITs do not accept JEE Main score for B.Tech admission and, hence, students aspiring to get themselves enrolled in IITs will also have to appear for JEE Advanced. A student will be allowed to appear for JEE Advanced only if he clears the JEE Main cutoff.
A vast majority of students find JEE Main to be tough and difficult to crack. The number of students appearing for JEE Main increases each year, which also increases the competition. In order to crack JEE Main and get into India’s top colleges, a student requires determination, perseverance and smart preparation.
JEE Main is conducted for two papers: Paper 1 (B.Tech) and Paper 2 (B.Arch/ B.Plan). Students preparing for Engineering should opt for Paper 1 and those preparing for Architecture should opt for Paper 2.
JEE Main 2019 Important Dates:
|Event||January Session||April Session|
|JEE Main 2019 Notification Released||September 2018||February 2019|
|Availability of Application Form||September 01 to 30, 2018||February 08 to March 07, 2019|
|JEE Main Form Correction Window||October 08 to 14, 2018||March 11 to March 15, 2019|
|JEE Main 2019 Admit Card Declaration||December 17, 2018||March 20th, 2019|
|JEE Main 2019 Exam Date (Paper 1 & 2)||January 08 to 12, 2019||Paper 1-April 08, 09, 10, and 12 2019
Paper 2- April 07, 2019
|Declaration of JEE Main 2019 Answer Key||January 15, 2019||April 2019|
|JEE Mains Result Declaration Date||January 19, 2019||April 30, 2019 (Paper 1)
May 15, 2019 (Paper 2)
|The announcement of Qualified candidates||March 2019||May 2019|
JEE Main 2019 Application Form:
As mentioned above, the online registration for JEE Main 2019 – January was opened from 1st of September 2018 till 30th September 2018. For the April session, the online registration started from February 08, 2019. The last date to apply for the April session of JEE Main was March 07th, 2019.
Candidates can register themselves for the exam only in the online mode. The online application form for April session would be available on the official website of JEE Main – jeemain.nic.in.
Please read the instructions, procedure and information bulletin carefully before you start filling the Application Form.
- You can apply for JEE Main 2019 online through the official website of NTA – nta.ac.in or through the JEE Main official website – jeemain.nic.in.
- Please ensure your eligibility as per the criteria laid down for JEE Main, JEE Advanced and participating State Institutions (as applicable).
- Aadhar card is mandatory.
- You are allowed to submit only one Application Form. Multiple applications of a candidate are liable to be rejected.
- Selection of date/slot of Computer Based Examination of Paper – 1:
Steps To Fill The Application Form:
Step 1: Fill the Online Application Form, choose your Password and note down the system-generated Application Number.
You should supply all the details while filling the Online Application Form and you are also required to choose PASSWORD and Security Question and enter your answer to the same. After successful submission of the data, an Application Number will be generated and it will be used to complete the remaining steps of the Application Form and also for all future correspondence. For subsequent logins, you will be able to login directly with your respective system-generated Application Number and chosen Password.
Step 2: Upload scanned images of Photograph and Signature:
- The scanned images of photograph and signature should be in jpg/jpeg format only.
- Size of the photo image must be greater than 4 KB and less than 40 KB.
- Size of the signature image must be greater than 1 KB and less than 30 KB.
- Dimension of photograph image should be 3.5 cm(width) x 4.5 cm(Height) only.
- Dimension of signature image should be 3.5 cm(length) x 1.5 cm(Height) only.
Note: You will be able to modify/correct the particulars before the payment of fees. Once the payment of fee has been made/e-challan downloaded, your particulars cannot be edited.
Step 3: Pay Examination Fee by debit/credit card or e-challan of Syndicate/Canara/ICICI/HDFC Bank
For detailed instructions along with the procedure to reset your password, check this out.
Application Form Fees For JEE Main 2019:
|Papers||Pen & Paper Based Test||Online mode|
|Appearing||General/OBCs (Boys)||SC/ST/PWD/All Girls||General/OBCs||SC/ST/PWD/Girls|
|Paper 1 or 2 in Indian Centers||1000||500||500||250|
|Paper 1 and 2 both in Indian Centers||1800||900||1300||650|
|Paper 1 or 2 in Foreign Centers||2500||1250||2500||1250|
|Paper 1 and 2 both in Foreign Centers||3800||1900||3800||1900|
Note: In case the examination fee is paid through credit/debit cards, you will need to pay an additional processing charge as follows:
- Credit Card: 1.20% of the examination fee plus the service tax as applicable.
- Debit Card: 0.75% + taxes for examination fee up to Rs. 2000 and 1% + taxes for examination fee more than Rs. 2000.
- Application fee once paid will not be refunded (full or partial) under any circumstances.
JEE Main 2019 Eligibility Criteria:
The date of birth of the candidate should be on or after 1st October 1994.
In case of SC/ST/OBC category, the age limit is relaxed for 5 years.
2. Number of Attempts and Year of Passing:
A candidate should have cleared his/her class 12 or other qualifying exams in the year 2017, 2018 or appearing in 2019.
A candidate is allowed a maximum of 3 consecutive attempts for JEE Main. If you have given the JEE twice and have also skipped a year without giving the JEE, you are not eligible for JEE Main 2019.
3. Marks in Qualifying Exams:
The candidate should get at least 75% in class 12th examination or should be in the top 20 percentile in their respective boards.
4. Qualifying Board Exam (or equivalent exam):
The JEE Main accepts all boards under Association of Indian Universities which includes the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) as well. Diplomas recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) also make a candidate eligible for the JEE Main.
Note: If you have given the first attempt of your 12th board exam in 2016, but have repeated the exam to pass in 2017, you are not eligible for JEE Main 2019.
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JEE Main 2019 Paper Pattern:
JEE Main Exam Pattern – Paper 1
- One correct answer will award you 4 marks and every incorrect answer will lead to a deduction of ¼ marks.
- No marks will be deducted for questions left unattempted.
- 3 hours would be allotted for paper completion
- Each question can have only one answer; marking multiple answers will be considered as an incorrect answer and ¼ marks will be deducted.
|Physics||30 Questions (4 marks each)|
|Chemistry||30 Questions (4 marks each)|
|Mathematics||30 Questions (4 marks each)|
|Total||90 Questions (4 marks each)|
JEE Main Syllabus 2019:
To start with your studies you need to know the exact structure of the syllabus you need to plan. So here is an outline of the whole syllabus for JEE Main and Advanced 2019. You can click on the links to start practising the chapters.
- Atomic Structure in Modern Physics
- Experimental Physics
- Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity
- Photo-Electric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves
- Semiconductors and Communication System
- Center of Mass and Momentum Conservation
- Circular Motion
- Properties of Matter and Fluid Mechanics
- Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)
- Electric charges and Fields
- Electric Current
- Electric potential and Capacitance
- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
- Classical magnetism and magnetic properties of matter
Heat and Thermodynamics
- Heat Transfer
- Laws of Thermodynamics
- Thermal properties of matter, Calorimetry and Kinetic theory of gases
- Mathematics in Physics
- Motion in One Dimension
- Motion in Two Dimension and Projectile Motion
- Newton’s Laws of Motion
- Units and Dimensions
- Work, Power and Energy
- Alcohol and Ether
- Chemistry in action
- Biomolecules and Polymers
- Carbonyl Compounds
- Carboxylic Acid and its Derivatives
- Classification and Nomenclature
- General Organic Chemistry
- Haloarenes and Phenols
- Hydrocarbons: Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes
- Nitrogen Compound and Aliphatic Amines
- Practical and Environmental Chemistry
- Chemical Bonding
- Coordination Compounds
- D-Block and F-Block Elements
- P-Block Elements
- Periodic Properties
- Qualitative Analysis
- S-Block Elements, Hydrogen and its Compounds
- Binomial Theorem
- Complex Numbers
- Mathematical Induction
- Matrices and Determinants
- Permutation and Combination
- Set Theory and Relations
- Theory of Equation
- Continuity and Differentiability
- Differential Coefficient
- Differentiation and Application of Derivatives
- Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- Trigonometrical Equations and Inequations
- Trigonometrical Ratios, Functions and Identities
Statistics and Mathematical Reasoning
Ideally, you should be viewing your syllabus in the format mentioned above. However, a lot of students find more comfort in having their syllabus class-wise.
So here’s the syllabus for them class-wise:
JEE Main 2019 Cut Off:
The official JEE Main 2018 cut off is as follows:
|2||OBC – NCL||45|
JEE Main 2019 Exam Centres:
|City Code||State||CITY||Mode of Exam.||Mode of Exam.|
|1||ANDAMAN & NICOBAR||PORT BLAIR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|2||ANDHRA PRADESH||GUNTUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|3||TIRUPATI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|4||VIJAYAWADA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|5||VISAKHAPATNAM||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|6||ARUNACHAL PRADESH||ITANAGAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|7||ASSAM||GUWAHATI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|8||SILCHAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|9||BIHAR||GAYA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|10||MUZAFFARPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|11||PATNA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|12||CHANDIGARH||CHANDIGARH/MOHALI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|13||CHHATISGARH||RAIPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|14||DADRA NAGAR HAVELI||DADRA NAGAR HAVELI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|15||DAMAN & DIU||DAMAN & DIU||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|16||DELHI||DELHI/NEW DELHI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|17||GOA||PANAJI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|18||GUJARAT||AHMEDABAD||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|19||ANAND||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|20||BHAVNAGAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|21||GANDHI NAGAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|22||GODHRA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|23||PATAN||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|24||RAJKOT||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|25||SURAT||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|26||VADODARA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|27||VALSAD||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|28||HARYANA||FARI DABAD||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|29||GURGAON||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|30||HISAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|31||KARNAL||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|32||KURUKSHETRA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|33||HIMACHAL PRADESH||HAMIRPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|34||SHIMLA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|35||JAMMU & KASHMIR||JAMMU||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|36||SRINAGAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|37||JHARKHAND||BOKARO||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|38||DHANBAD||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|39||JAMSHEDPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|40||RANCHI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|41||KARNATAKA||BENGALURU||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|42||HUBLI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|43||MANGALORE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|44||KERALA||ERNAKULAM||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|45||KOZHI KODE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|46||THIRUVANTHAPURAM||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|47||LAKSHADEEP||KAVARRATI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|48||MADHYA PRADESH||BHOPAL||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|49||GWALI OR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|50||INDORE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|51||JABALPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|52||REWA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|53||UJJAIN||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|54||MAHARASHTRA||AMRAVATI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|55||AURANGABAD||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|56||MUMBAI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|57||NAGPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|58||NASIK||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|59||PUNE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|60||THANE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|61||MANIPUR||IMPHAL||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|62||MEGHALAYA||SHILLONG||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|63||MIZORAM||AIZWAL||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|64||NAGALAND||DIMAPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|65||KOHIMA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|66||ODISHA||BALASORE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|67||BERHAMPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|68||BHUBANESWAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|69||CUTTACK||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|70||ROURKELA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|71||SAMBALPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|72||PUDUCHERRY||PUDUCHERRY||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|73||PUNJAB||AMRI TSAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|74||BATHINDA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|75||RAJASTHAN||AJMER||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|76||BIKANER||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|77||JAIPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|78||JODHPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|79||UDAIPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|80||SIKKIM||GANGTOK||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|81||TAMILNADU||CHENNAI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|82||COIMBATORE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|83||MADURAI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|84||TELANGANA||HYDERABAD||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|85||KHAMMAM||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|86||WARANGAL||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|87||TRIPURA||AGARTALA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|88||UTTARAKHAND||DEHRADUN||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|89||HALDWANI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|90||HARIDWAR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|91||ROORKEE||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|92||UTTAR PRADESH||AGRA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|93||ALLAHABAD||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|94||BAREILLY||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|95||GORAKHPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|96||JHANSI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|97||KANPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|98||LUCKNOW||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|99||VARANASI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|100||WEST BENGAL||DURGAPUR||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|101||HOWRAH||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|102||KOLKATA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|103||SILIGURI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|104||OUT SIDE INDIA||COLOMBO||COMPUTER BASED|
|107||BAHRAIN||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|108||DUBAI||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|109||MUSCAT||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|110||RIYADH||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|111||SHARJAH||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|112||RAJASTHAN (INDIA)||KOTA||PEN & PAPER BASED||COMPUTER BASED|
|113||OUTSIDE INDIA||DHAKA||COMPUTER BASED|
JEE Main 2019 results was declared in the month of February 2019 (for JEE Main January 2019) and the same will be declared on May 2019 (for JEE Main April 2019).
We have listed some books that you should definitely have and the books that will help you in specific areas.
Best Books for JEE Main Physics
|NCERT Textbooks for Physics||NCERT|
|Concepts of Physics Vol 1 and Vol 2||HC Verma|
|Fundamentals of Physics||Halliday & Resnick|
|Understanding Physics set of 5 books||DC Pandey|
|40 Years’ Chapterwise Topicwise Solved Papers (2018-1979) IIT JEE Physics||DC Pandey|
Best Books for JEE Main Chemistry
|NCERT Textbooks for Chemistry||NCERT|
|A textbook of Physical Chemistry||Dr. R.K Gupta|
|A textbook of Organic Chemistry||Dr. O.P. Tandon|
|A textbook of Inorganic Chemistry||Dr. O.P. Tandon|
|40 Years Chapterwise Topicwise Solved Papers (2018-1979) IIT JEE Chemistry||Ranjeet Shahi|
Best Books for JEE Main Mathematics
|NCERT Textbooks for Mathematics||NCERT|
|Objective Mathematics Vol 1 and Vol 2||R.D. Sharma|
|Complete Mathematics (TMH)||Ravi Prakash, Ajay Kumar, Usha Gupta|
|Arihant Skills in Mathematics- Set of 7 books||Dr. SK Goyal, Amit M Agarwal|
For more details on the books, read on.
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JEE Main 2016 cut off
The JEE Main 2016 paper was easier than in 2015, which should increase the cut offs. However, since more students are going to be shortlisted (2 lac instead of 1.5 lac), the net cut offs will be lower than that of the previous year.
The pie charts for each of the subjects below show how certain chapters have been more important than others in this year’s exam. Moreover, by using Embibe’s Learn Digest Question Pack, students would have gained a leg up during preparation. Concepts and questions from 80% of the top 15 chapters in Mathematics were represented in the Digest, as were 66.7% of Physics chapters and 53.3% of Chemistry chapters.
Most important Physics chapters in JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam
Name Weightage Learn Practice Test
Semiconductors and Communication Systems 14.71 Learn Practice Test
Waves and Sound 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Units and Dimensions 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Thermal Properties of Matter, Calorimetry, and Kinetic Theory of Gases 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Ray Optics 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Photoelectric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Laws of Thermodynamics 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Experimental Physics 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Electrostatics 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Most important Chemistry chapters in JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam
Name Weightage Learn Practice Test
D & F Block Elements 7.8 Learn Practice Test
Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes 7.8 Learn Practice Test
P Block Elements 7.8 Learn Practice Test
S Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) and Hydrogen 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Nuclear and Surface Chemistry 5.9 Learn Practice Test
General Principles and Processes of of Isolation of Metals (Metallurgy) 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Alcohols and Ethers 5.9 Learn Practice Test
Most important Mathematics chapters in JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam
Name Weightage Learn Practice Test
Parabola 8.3 Learn Practice Test
Application of Derivatives 8.3 Learn Practice Test
Three Dimensional Geometrical System 5.6 Learn Practice Test
Sequences and Series (Progressions) 5.6 Learn Practice Test
Quadratic Equations 5.6 Learn Practice Test
Matrices and Determinants 5.6 Learn Practice Test
Functions 5.6 Learn Practice Test
JEE Main 2016 – 11th vs 12th Weightage
|Class 11th||Class 12th||Class 11th||Class 12th||Class 11th||Class 12th|
Let’s look deeper into accuracy, careless mistakes and time management. We had over 2000 questions on Embibe extremely similar to the questions asked in the JEE Main 2016. The attempts by students on those questions alone were over 5 lac. We compiled the data of these 5 lac+ attempts.
Top 5 chapters with lowest predicted accuracy
Here are the chapters where the accuracy sunk the lowest –
Name Accuracy Learn Practice Test
Isomerism of Organic Compounds 17.74 Learn Practice Test
Inverse Trigonometric Functions 28.92 Learn Practice Test
Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds 30.38 Learn Practice Test
Experimental Physics 35.19 Learn Practice Test
Trigonometrical Equations and Inequations 36.02 Learn Practice Test
Top 5 chapters where highest careless mistakes are likely to be made
We track careless mistakes! These were the important chapters where most students made careless mistakes.
Name Wasted Attempts (%age) Learn Practice Test
Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds 35.44 Learn Practice Test
P Block Elements 24.56 Learn Practice Test
Trigonometrical Equations and Inequations 19.75 Learn Practice Test
Qualitative Inorganic Analysis 18.9 Learn Practice Test
Solutions and Colligative Properties 18.19 Learn Practice Test
Top 5 chapters where students will feel a time crunch
This is collected through the data of overtime attempts. Here are the chapters where students wasted too much per question because they didn’t know the fastest ways to solve them.
Name Overtime Attempts (%age) Learn Practice Test
Laws of Thermodynamics 54.43 Learn Practice Test
Point and Straight Line 46.43 Learn Practice Test
Binomial Theorem 37.23 Learn Practice Test
Definite Integration 34.35 Learn Practice Test
Complex Numbers 33.84 Learn Practice Test
We can take this same analysis even deeper, on to the concept level! For every question you practice on Embibe, we know its difficulty, concepts, and even formulae required to solve it.
Top 5 concepts with lowest accuracy
Name Accuracy Learn
Need of modulation 10.34 Learn
Characteristics of an ideal diode 18.18 Learn
Examples of Electric field due to continuous charge and point charges 20.71 Learn
Frequency Modulation 21.97 Learn
Examples on Heat capacity 27.62 Learn
Top 5 concepts with highest wasted attempts
Name Wasted Attempts (%age) Learn
Frequency Modulation 35.61 Learn
De Broglie's wavelength of an accelerated charge 31.83 Learn
Vapor phase composition over liquid solutions 30.21 Learn
Vapor pressure of pure liquid 22.85 Learn
Physical and Chemical Properties of Water 22.77 Learn
Top 5 concepts with highest overtime attempts
Name Overtime Attempts (%age) Learn
Thermodynamic Processes 52.98 Learn
OR Gate 39.72 Learn
Line Passing through one point, given direction ratio parallel to Line 37.5 Learn
Slope of Tangent and Normal Line 36.7 Learn
Characteristics of Chemical Equilibrium 36.66 Learn
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JEE Main Admit Card 2019:
The JEE Main 2019 hall ticket/ Admit Card will be released on the official website.
Follow these steps to download your admit card:
- Visit the official website.
- On the homepage, click on ‘Admit card’.
- Enter application number and password.
- Click on submit button.
- The admit card will appear on the screen.
- Download/Take a print out and carry to the examination.
JEE Main Ranks Vs Marks:
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JEE Main 2019 Counselling:
Counselling procedure will be conducted on the basis of the merit list. For students who appear in JEE Main 2019 both the times, i.e. in January and April, the best score will be considered. The tentative dates for the counselling would be in the first week of July 2019. The counselling is handled by the JoSAA and the entire process is divided into multiple rounds. Each round will have a separate list of selected candidates.
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