## Download PDF of Solutions of 8 April Shift 1 JEE Main 2019 Maths Question Paper

## FAQs on 8 April Shift 1 JEE Main 2019 Maths Question Paper Solutions (Free PDF Download)

**1. How many questions are asked from the Mathematics syllabus of Classes 11 and 12 in the JEE Main question paper?**

From the Mathematics section of the JEE Main question paper, a total of 25 questions are asked. 20 out of these 25 questions are MCQ-type objective answer questions which earn students 4 marks on a correct answer while one mark is deducted for every wrong answer. The Mathematics section also contains 10 questions whose answer needs to be a numerical value. Out of these, any 5 questions of the student's choice need to be attempted. The total marks for the Mathematics section are 100 which is one-third of the entire paper. The paper pattern and the number of questions for Paper II for B. Arch are different and can be viewed by the students from the Vedantu website.

**2. What are the benefits of solving questions from the 8 April Shift 1 JEE Main 2019 Maths Question Paper with Solutions?**

Solving the 8 April Shift 1 JEE Main 2019 Maths Question Paper or previous year question paper which can be downloaded from the Vedantu website can guarantee students a better chance at clearing JEE Main in the first attempt. These previous year's question papers allow students to get an idea about the type of questions asked in the JEE every year and therefore help them streamline their learning process. The question papers from past years are available with solved solutions which can help students find out the methods of solving difficult questions as well as clear any doubts they might have right away. Students can download JEE Main papers for free from Vedantu along with their solutions.

**3. What was the difficulty level of Maths in JEE Main 2019 Question Paper of 8 April Shift 1?**

The Maths question paper of JEE Main 2019 April 8 Shift 1 was easy to moderate. Most of the questions in the Maths section were tricky and lengthy.

**4. How many units are there in total in the JEE Main syllabus from all three subjects?**

Combining all the units from all 3 subjects of JEE Main syllabus gives a total of 65 units. All the chapters within the units are taken from chapters of Classes 11 and 12. Students can refer to the complete syllabus for JEE Main Maths, Physics, and Chemistry from the Vedantu website or the app. These units are divided as follows:

Maths syllabus for JEE Main contains 16 units from Classes 11 and 12.

The Physics portion of JEE syllabus contains 21 units out of which Electronic Devices Unit 20 has the most weightage.

Chemistry Section questions are derived from a total of 28 units comprising both Class 11 and 12 chapters.

**5. Can I download the JEE Main past year's question paper or 8 April Shift 1 JEE Main 2019 Maths Question Paper from the Vedantu website?**

Students can download past year's question papers of 8 April Shift 1 JEE Main 2019 Maths Question Paper from the Vedantu website. Vedantu offers previous year's question papers from 2014 onwards section-wise as well as complete practice papers with solutions. Students can also access the Online mock test by Vedantu from the official website or the app. These tests help students prepare for the JEE Main in a well-rounded manner by providing time restrictions to solve questions, online exam stimulation as well as the same difficulty level as the final exam. Students can also download separate important questions from each subject from the Vedantu website.