JEE exam is round the corner, and we hope your preparation is almost complete. As we have pointed out before in our earlier articles, that attempting mock tests is a very important part of your preparation.
Attempting mock tests before the exam tells you how well prepared you are for the exam; your strengths and weaknesses. When you have attempted papers exactly like your final exam, you get confidence and panic less for the actual exam.
However when it comes to attempting mock papers also, it is important to attempt them from a reliable source too. Note that by a reliable source, we want to ensure –
- The papers that you attempt are error-free
- They are 100% in accordance with actual JEE paper in terms of paper pattern, chapter distribution, etc
- The questions have been curated to match actual JEE paper in terms of difficulty, question framing, etc
Our experts at Avanti have analysed previous years’ papers in detail and have prepared a predicted paper for JEE 2019 for you. Also keeping in mind that this years’ JEE is going to be computer based, we have also prepared an online test portal which is exactly similar to NTA’s portal for giving test. The interface, options seen on screen, etc are same – giving you exam-like experience.
However, before proceeding with the test, it is important for you to get an idea of what to expect in this year’s JEE. By analysing previous years’ JEE, we can predict some points about this year’s paper too. Some are:
- Physics –
- Pay special attention to electromagnetism, mechanics – these topics have been asked for maximum marks in previous years
- Focus on both classes – questions from both XI and XII are asked
- 30% questions are easy, 53% are medium and 17% are hard. You need to first skim through the paper, attempt the easy questions, and then move on. Do not get stuck on any one question – It is okay if you don’t attempt every question
- Chemistry –
- All sections (organic, inorganic, physical) are equally important
- From past 2 years, more questions are asked from XI than XII, though equal number of questions were asked in 2016
- 23% easy, 56% medium, 21% hard
- Maths –
- Slightly more questions asked from XI last year, but from 2014-2017, more questions from XII. So focus on both sections
- Calculus, algebra, coordinate geometry are most important topics
- 20% easy, 46% medium, 34% hard
- This year, maths percentile will be used to break tie. So you cannot afford to take maths lightly
We hope this helps you and you ace JEE 2019!
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