JEE Main 2019: Complete Pen and Paper Analysis of Paper 1 here

India’s Largest National Level Entrance Examination JEE Main 2018 for B. Tech/ B. E (Paper-I) is conducted today. The Offline JEE Main 2018 (Pen and Paper based) exams are conducted in two shifts today. Candidates who had registered for the Offline Mode, had their Paper I Exams in the morning. The Paper-II will be conducted in the Afternoon shift (12:45pm). JEE Main 2018 in Pen and Paper Mode is being held in different centres located in 112 cities throughout the country and abroad. This year, approx 10.4 Lakh candidates have registered for JEE Main 2018 in total.

The Official Answer Keys will be released by the CBSE between 24th to 27th April 2018. The Paper I Exam is held for the Admissions in B. Tech/ B. E. The Exams was held for three hours. The Exam Paper comprises of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects. The Question papers are available in Hindi and English in all the city centres while the examination conducted in the centre cities Gujarat, Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli were given question papers in English, Hindi and Gujarati.


Rules Followed at the Exam Center

  • The Boys had to take off their Belts, Socks, Shoes and the girls were asked to remove their bangles and shoes.

  • Candidates who carried wallets, watches, pens, pencils and other electronic devices had to leave it outside.

  • The Board followed the strict rules so that no unfair means was carried inside.

  • The students were checked using a Metal Detector.

JEE Main 2018 Paper I Analysis

  • Questions related to Kjeldahl Method and Frenkel Defect were asked in the Chemistry Section. The students had a very tough time to solve it.

  • The Mathematics section was a bit tough, unlike the previous years.

  • The Physics Section was the most difficult one to attempt. Students had a very tough time to solve the questions.

  • The most easiest section was the Chemistry Section. This was the only mark-fetching section. Candidates did not have to think to solve it.

JEE Main 2018 Reviews by the Students

The Question Paper was moderate. If a candidate has prepared well for Class 11 and 12 then they will be able to score above 250. The Physics section was the toughest one but since my concept is clear in Physics, I found it easy- Arun Singh

JEE Main 2018 Answer Keys

The CBSE will release the Official Answer Keys of JEE Main 2018 on 24th to 27th April 2018. The Answer Keys will be available in the OMR Format. The official website of JEE Main is-

If a candidate is not satisfied with the responses provided by the organizers, then they can challenge them by filling an online application form and paying a sum of Rs 1000/- per question. The JEE Main Answer Key will be accepted online only up to 27th April 2018 (11:59 pm). The Fees can be paid by Credit/ Debit card. The Fees once paid is Non-Refundable but if the challenge is accepted by the Board, the fee of Rs 1000/- will be refunded to the concerned candidate.

The Refunds will be made online to the concerned Debit/Credit card account. The JAB’s/ CBSE’s decision on the challenges will be final and no further communication will be entertained.


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