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JEE Main 2018 Paper Quick Review

JEE Main 2018 Paper Quick Review

After the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exams end in a few days from now, budding engineers and architects from across the country will gear up for their biggest test - the all-new JEE Main 2018 exam. Scheduled to be held on 8th April 2018, (offline), JEE is expected to be taken by about 18 lakh students in over 1500 centres in India and abroad.
Every year many students give this exam, but only few are able to crack this exam.

Some don’ts for the papers

Avoid looking at the questions asked in past IIT exams. Some students try to solve these questions to get an edge but this is not required if you have solved JEE Main papers and revised Class 12 syllabus well. Avoid writing lengthy solutions for problems — particularly while doing your preparations. Do not worry if the first two hours of the paper prove to be average for you. Make sure that you do well in the third hour. Your target should be to solve one-third of the paper to be able to make it to the top 1.5 candidates.
Before starting your preparation, you should have jee mains 2018 syllabus pdf download in your mobile or pc, so that you can see what is the actual syllabus.
PHYSICS paper Analysis
18 questions out of 30 were easy, requiring very less calculation and of the JEE Advanced syllabus. About 4 -5 questions were a bit lengthy due to calculations but could be done by students who are preparing for the Advanced version. Remaining questions were from the topics exclusive to the Mains exam like EM waves, semiconductors etc. A student who had prepared well for the board exams would have found these questions easy to do.
CHEMISTRY paper Analysis
10 questions out of 30 were very easy, can be answered by just reading the question. 5 questions were easy but required a bit of calculation for solving, 3 questions were factual in nature. 10-12 questions required a bit of concept application in which students are prone to commit mistakes. In one question, no option seems to be correct, and in another, options were not consistent with the statement of the question.
MATHS paper Analysis
Out of the 30 questions,12 questions to be easy, 7 questions are lengthy, 6 questions are conceptual, 5 are tough questions.
There were 7 questions from Calculus out of which 4 were easy, 7 questions were from Algebra out of which 4 were easy, 5 questions from Co-ordinate Geometry out of which 4 were easy. There are only two questions from Trigonometry out of which one was easy.

We hope that this will help you in your preparation.


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