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JEE Advanced 2019: Resonance prepared Memory-Based Detailed Exam Analysis

The paper of Mathematics and Physics was calculative, due to which the cut-off for the Ranks will be low - R. K. Verma

For admission in India and World’s Prestigious IIT Engineering Colleges, JEE Advanced Examination was conducted on Monday. The exam was conducted in Online Mode in two shifts - morning and evening, between 09:00 AM to 12:00 noon and 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM subsequently. This year the JEE Advanced Examination was conducted by IIT Roorkee.

A total of 2.45 Lakh students qualified for appearing in the JEE Advanced 2019 exam on the basis of their JEE Main 2019 score. From 1.76 Lakh students, who have filled the JEE Advanced Exam Application Form. 12483 students of Resonance have qualified for JEE Advanced this year. Which is the highest from any institute of India.

On this occasion, Resonance was the first to collect all the memory based questions of JEE Advanced 2019 from its students and to prepare a detailed analysis and solutions. Even last year when JEE Advanced Examination was conducted in Online Mode for the first time, Resonance proactively provided solutions of the Memory-Based Questions.

In both the papers, a total of 108 questions were asked (54 in each). Which had 18 questions from each subject. The total marks for both papers combined were 372.

Out of which we were able to recall a total of 107 questions. Total 150 marks questions were from class 11th syllabus and 219 marks questions were from class 12th syllabus.

On the basis of the accumulated questions, Resonance's Expert Panel commented the following about the Paper:

Chemistry was the easiest compared to Physics and Mathematics, which students found frustrating to solve. Overall, Resonance experts feel that the paper was relatively tough compared to last year. In total, easy questions comprised of 57 marks, moderate questions comprised of 163 marks and difficult questions comprised of 149 marks

In this year's Question Paper, the distinctive thing was that in the Subjective Type Questions, the answer can be limited to two digits after the decimal or to the nearest two digits after the decimal. Because of this reason, there might be two answers of these subjective questions.

On the accumulated set of questions based on the student's memory based feedback. We can assume that this year, JEE Advanced Cut-off can be low and there is a possibility that the Cut-off for Top 10 Ranks will also be low. According to the Expert of Resonance, the expected Cut Off Marks (Percentage) in JEE Advanced 2019 are:

For General: 84 (22.5%),OBC:75 (20.16%),SC:42 (11.3%), ST: 42 (11.3%)

The detailed analysis prepared by Experts of Resonance based on memory questions is available Here