JEE Mains 2019 question papers for both January and April exams are updated here. We have also prepared their solutions and answer keys to assist students in their preparations. Around 10.5 lakh engineering aspirants are registered for the January exam. JEE Mains is the only gateway for students aspiring for admissions in NITs, IIITs, and other GFTIs. Soon after the exam, JEE Mains 2019 question papers for all sets are made available on our website. The students can also download the solutions and answer keys from the suitable links provided in the given article.
JEE Mains 2019 Question Papers With Solutions (9th Jan Shift 1) 

Practising JEE Mains 2019 papers will boost your confidence and time management skills. You will get familiar with the updated pattern and concepts important for the examination point of view. Therefore, we advise students to download all the PDFs and practice them thoroughly before JEE Mains Exam. Solving question papers in a restricted time frame will give you an experience of the real exam scenario which will prove to be of great help in your final exams.
JEE Main 2019 Chemistry Analysis
JEE Main 2019 Maths Analysis
JEE Mains 2019 Question Paper
The exam is conducted by NTA in a computerbased online test from Jan 9 to 12 in the morning and evening shifts (9.30am to 12.30pm and 2.30pm to 5.30pm). There are three sections in each set, namely Maths, Physics, and Chemistry carrying 30 questions each. Overall there are 90 questions which are multiple choice objective type questions.
Students can download pdf of JEE Mains previous year question papers with solutions and answer keys from the given links.
JEE Mains Paper 2019 Exam Pattern
The paper pattern of JEE Mains 2019 question paper was almost similar to that of the last year. A total of 90 questions (4 marks each) were asked based on the syllabus prescribed by NTA for Physics, Chemistry and Math subjects.
Specifications 
JEE Mains Question Paper 2019 
Exam Mode 
Computer Based Online Test 
Exam Duration 
3 hours 
Subjects 
PCM 
Total Marks 
360 Marks 
Question Type 
Multiple choice single correct answer 
For correct Answers 
+4 marks 
For incorrect Answers 
1 mark 
Key Objectives of JEE Main 2019 Papers
 Gives an idea of questions that can be expected in the examination.
 Helps to analyze the preparations by highlighting the weaker sections.
 Practising JEE Mains 2019 paper introduces the aspirants with the realtime experience.
 It enhances your speed, efficiency and time management skills.
 Familiarizes with the examination pattern and marking scheme.
JEE Main 2019 Question Paper Analysis
The first session of JEE Main 2019 successfully concluded in the month of January. The second session is yet to be conducted in the month of April. While aspirants are looking forward to the second exam, our subject experts have reviewed and provided indepth analysis of the JEE Main 2019 Question papers. Feedbacks from the candidates have also been taken into account.
Let us understand how the papers were set, including the difficulty level, number of questions from each subject as well as the weightage of marks.
JEE Main 2019 Question Paper 1
JEE Main 2019 Question paper 1 is basically set for students looking to pursue B.E. and B.Tech courses. After reviewing the question, our experts have suggested that the overall difficulty of the paper was moderate and had evenly balanced marking scheme for the subjects such as maths, physics and chemistry. However, as per the feedbacks physics was the most difficult section while maths was moderate and chemistry was fairly easy to solve.
Subject 
Difficulty Scale 
Physics 
Was difficult with tricky questions. 
Maths 
Was moderate to difficult with the majority of the questions based on the topic of integration. 
Chemistry 
Comparatively easy and scoring. 
Well, will look at the subject wise question below.
JEE Main 2019 Question Paper Physics Section
Physics, as usual, was the toughest section in JEE Main 2019 paper with tricky questions that further required more logical and reasoning skills. The section was allotted a total of 30 marks where 13 questions were set from electromagnetism, 8 from mechanics 2 from modern physics, 3 from optics, 3 from thermodynamics,1 from SHM and Waves. In this paper, 10 questions were quite easy, 17 were moderate and 3 questions were difficult.
JEE Main 2019 Question Paper Maths Section
The questions that were asked in the mathematics section was surprisingly on a moderate level. Candidates who appeared for the exam stated that the questions involved a few calculations which took a bit longer time to solve and attempt all the questions. There were 9 questions from algebra, 8 from coordinate geometry, 9 from calculus and 4 were based on probability, mathematical reasoning and statistics. Overall, 13 questions were fairly easy, 13 were on a moderate level and 4 questions were difficult.
JEE Main Question Paper 2018 Chemistry Section
Chemistry section was the easiest and scoring section among all the three sections. There was equal weightage given to inorganic, physical and organic chemistry. However, class 12 was given more importance as 17 questions were asked while 13 questions were asked from class 11 syllabus. There were 12 questions from physical chemistry, 10 from organic chemistry and 8 from inorganic chemistry. Out of these, 11 questions quite easy, 16 on a moderate level and 3 required a bit of thinking but was answerable. Students who have performed well in this section will surely have a greater chance to excel and advance forward.
JEE Main 2019 Paper Physics, Maths and Chemistry Chapterwise Questions
Below students will find the number of questions that were asked from the different chapters in the three sections.
Maths 

Topics 
No of Questions 
Weightage of Marks 
Sets, Relation and Function 
1 
4 
Sequences and Series 
1 
4 
Binomial Theorem and Its Application 
1 
4 
Differential Equation 
1 
4 
Differential Calculus 
1 
4 
Permutations and Combinations 
1 
4 
Trigonometry 
1 
4 
Mathematical Reasoning 
1 
4 
Statics and Dynamics 
1 
4 
Statistics and Probability 
2 
8 
Matrices and Determinants 
2 
8 
Vector Algebra 
2 
8 
Three Dimensional Geometry 
2 
8 
Complex numbers and Quadratic Equation 
2 
8 
Limits, Continuity and Differentiability 
3 
12 
Integral Calculus 
3 
12 
Coordinate Geometry 
5 
20 
Total 
30 
120 
Physics 

Topics 
No of Questions 
Weightage of Marks 
Electromagnetics Induction; AC 
1 
4 
Solids and Fluids 
1 
4 
Waves 
1 
4 
Work, Power and Energy 
1 
4 
Gravitation 
1 
4 
Simple Harmonic Motion 
1 
4 
Unit, Dimension and Vector 
1 
4 
Kinematics 
1 
4 
Laws of motion 
1 
4 
Centre Of Mass, Impulse and Momentum 
1 
4 
Rotation 
1 
4 
Magnetics 
2 
8 
Heat and Thermodynamics 
3 
12 
Current Electricity 
3 
12 
Electrostatics 
3 
12 
Optics 
3 
12 
Modern Physics 
5 
20 
Total 
30 
120 
Chemistry 

Topics 
No of Questions 
Weightage of Marks 
Electrochemistry 
1 
4 
General Organic Chemistry 
1 
4 
Stereochemistry 
1 
4 
Carbohydrates, amino acid and Polymers 
1 
4 
Alkyl Halides 
1 
4 
Carboxylic Acid and their Derivatives 
1 
4 
Aromatic Compounds 
1 
4 
Redox Reaction 
1 
4 
Mole Concept 
1 
4 
Solution and Colligative Properties 
1 
4 
Hydrocarbon 
1 
4 
Chemical Kinetics 
1 
4 
Solid State And Surface Chemistry 
2 
8 
Thermodynamics And Gaseous State 
2 
8 
Chemical Bonding 
2 
8 
Chemical And Ionic Equilibrium 
2 
8 
Atomic Structure 
2 
8 
Nuclear Chemistry And Environment 
2 
8 
The periodic table and Representative Elements 
3 
12 
Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry 
3 
12 
Total 
30 
120 
JEE Main 2019 Important Chapters That Were Covered
In JEE 2019, there were 20 chapters belonging to maths, physics and chemistry that were mostly covered in all the 8 different question papers. Some of these chapters are important and have been appearing in most of the exams.
Chemistry 
Solutions and Colligative Properties 
Chemical Thermodynamics 
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals (Metallurgy) 
Nuclear and Surface Chemistry 
Practical and Environmental Chemistry 
Maths 
Indefinite Integration 
Definite Integration 
Complex Numbers 
Matrices and Determinants 
Circle 
Three Dimensional Geometrical System 
Point and Straight Line 
Binomial Theorem 
Application of Derivatives 
Probability 
Statistics 
Physics 
Electrostatics 
Ray Optics 
Current Electricity 
Photoelectric Effect and Electromagnetic Waves 
Expectations from JEE Main 2019 April Exam
The second shift of JEE Main 2019 is going to be held in the month of April exam and will mainly begin on the 7th. However, the exam should be pretty much similar to the January session with similar question pattern with few changes here and there. There are chances that that new papers that will be set could be a bit longer while the weightage of marks and the distribution of the questions may vary between class 11 and 12.
As for the sections, maths could again be the lengthiest but on a moderate difficulty level. Physics section should be from moderate to a difficult level as the question could be tricky and we canâ€™t say anything about the calculations based questions as it could be anything. The chemistry section should again be the easiest with more of theorybased questions. Students with a good base in the subject should be able to easily solve all the questions and score higher marks.
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