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Physics Topics & Number of Questions (Expected) Asked in JEE Main
Marks: 120

Overall Analysis of Question Paper IIT JEE Main

The most prestigious Entrance Exam of Engineering, JEE Main 2019 in Computer based mode has been conducted  on 10th April 2019 (Wednesday) from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm across the nation.

Number of questions in the paper was 90 (30 Questions each in Physics, Chemistry and Maths ) and total marks  was 360 with 1/4th negative marks for each wrong answer.

UNITWISE DISTRIBUTION TABLE OF MATHEMATICS

Topic
Questions
%age Portion
Very Easy
Easy
Average
Difficult
Calculus
10
33.33%
0
1
7
2
Vector , 3D
3
10%
0
0
2
1
Algebra
11
36.66%
1
1
6
3
Trigonometry
2
6.66%
0
0
1
1
Co-ordinate geometry
4
13.33%
0
1
3
0
Total
30
100%
1
3
19
7

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