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JEE Main 2018 April 15th Shift 1 Physics Question Paper with Answer Keys and Solutions

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If you’re looking for the Physics Question paper of 15th April Morning Shift JEE Main 2018, we’ve got you covered. Download the question paper with solutions and answer keys for JEE Main 2018 April 15 Morning Shift Physics papers, available for free on this page.

Candidates who are planning to prepare for the next JEE Main Examination should learn and anticipate the type of questions asked in the Physics of JEE Main 2018. Candidates should dig into the kind of questions from a topic or concept and refine their approach towards a question accordingly.


JEE Main Question Papers


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JEE Main

Academic Session:



English Medium





Date and Month:

15th- April


Shift-1 Morning

Available Material:

JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers with PDF

Our Master teachers and Academic experts curate the solutions in the PDF to aid students and bridge the gap in understanding the nature of the Physics questions asked in JEE Main exam. The comprehensive guidance for approaching a question is available for 15th April Morning Shift JEE Main 2018 Physics Paper.

Don’t wait to grab the Physics Question paper with solutions for 15th April Morning Shift  JEE Main 2018. Use the PDF to analyse and solve each question. Also, don’t refrain from revising the PDF. Make them part of your preparation and use them to analyse your strong and weak areas in Physics for the JEE Main examination. 

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Highlights of JEE Main Question Paper

Mentioned below is the marking scheme and question distribution of the JEE Main examination. It is essential to understand the exam pattern as it helps in understanding the importance of covering every subject in detail. Let us look at the examination pattern. 


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Paper Analysis of Physics

Physics was the most difficult section in the JEE Main 2018 exam. The majority of the questions demanded a thorough understanding of ideas and their applications. Let us look at the paper analysis of Physics papers based on the level of difficulty.

Easy Questions

Moderate Questions

Difficult Questions

Number of Questions




Total Marks 




Class-Wise Distribution of Questions

Since the JEE Main papers are based on the syllabus of Classes 11 and 12, an analysis of a number of questions from each class is mentioned below.


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Important Chapters for Physics JEE Main 2022


Tips to Prepare for JEE Main

Below mentioned are a few tips that are going to help you to prepare your JEE Main well.

  • Make a routine and try to read all the three subjects daily in order to get a good grip of all the subjects.

  • Prepare a proper schedule for yourself and get the copy of the syllabus in the Main printed and prepare for the exam using the syllabus because there will be nothing asked out of the syllabus. Just make sure to make your Basic concepts as strong as the other concepts.

  • If you feel you are prepared for a particular subject, try to solve the question paper of that part. And once all the three subjects are ready for solving the previous year's question paper, it will boost your confidence and will help you to prepare well before the examination.

  • Whatever you have studied in the previous week, it is necessary to revise it once again as it will make that topic strong and will help you for self-assessment of how much you can retain the information.

Why to Solve Previous Year Question Papers for JEE Main

It is very necessary for students to solve the JEE Main previous year question papers before appearing for JEE Main. 

  • Firstly it will help you to analyse your own self that where you stand and how much you are ready to give the exam.

  • It is strictly advised that in the last week you prepare by solving the previous year's question papers only as they have the same pattern and standard that JEE Main officials ask in the exam while other books may have some high standards of questions.

  • The main benefit of solving previous year's questions is you get well aware of your strengths and weaknesses and thus you can work on them and it will help you to crack the exam with shining marks.


This was the complete discussion on the previous year's question paper on Physics. We hope to help you with your queries. Practise the previous year's questions and ace your examinations.

Year-Wise JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers

FAQs on JEE Main 2018 April 15th Shift 1 Physics Question Paper with Answer Keys and Solutions

1. Can one get Ideas of Paper in JEE Mains?

We do not get the exact or any separate rough sheets for the JEE MAIN. However, we can consider the following spaces that are at the last part of the paper or question paper we have left blank sheets for calculation. We can use the other language as well as the side of the question paper to solve problems quickly and avoid time wasting in turning the pages.

2. Is it Compulsory for Students to Give Both JEE Mains?

As per the new rule which has been recently made, the NTA has decided to take the  JEE Mains paper conducted twice a year. Well no it is not at all necessary to qualify both exams. We can appear for both the exams anyway and the best out of both scores will be considered for admission at the end.

3. Which was the easiest paper in JEE Main 2018?

As per the student’s review the second shift of JEE Main paper 2018 was more lengthy but it was easy as compared to the session of January. The section of Mathematics was a bit tough while that of Chemistry was easier. The level of difficulty of the Physics question paper was moderate. Many of the questions were asked directly from NCERT books.

4. Is question papers of the previous year enough for JEE Main?

Both NCERT for 11th and 12th with previous year JEE Main papers are sufficient to score 200+ in Main. But Solving the last 10-year IIT JEE papers gives us a huge range as it repeats 3-4 questions from it and with the same options for sure almost every year.

5. Will previous year questions repeat in JEE Mains?

As we know now JEE Mains is  now conducted online and has been conducted 4 times in the year. So it is clear that the questions asked in one phase paper are not going to be repeated in the another phase paper but when you talk about preparing from the previous year question papers you should solve question papers of previous 7- 8 years. It is going to be of great benefit.

6. Are previous year's questions enough for JEE Main examination?

Preparation from NCERT along with solving the previous year's JEE Main paper is sufficient to score 200+ in Main. Solving the previous 10-year questions will be a huge bonus as 3 or 4 questions are repeated every year with the same options. So if you will solve previous year's question papers or take mock tests before appearing for the actual examination, it will help you to secure a good position. Besides this, it will teach you about time management as it is most important to manage time in the JEE exam so that you can attempt most of the questions with accuracy.

7. How to score well in JEE Mains examination?

There are few tips that you should follow to score well in the examination. Firstly you need to be stress free. Analyse and work on your weak areas. Practice and revise as much as you can. Take help from the revision notes that are provided at the site of vedantu as they are specially designed by the experts for your help. You should be confident enough to attempt the exam without much stress and pressure. Remember only knowledge and confidence is going to help you in the examination.

8. Is NCERT enough for JEE Mains?

NCERT is definitely the most important book when it comes to the preparation of JEE Mains as the experts are going to set most of the paper from this book, but you need to consider revision notes as well as solve previous year question papers to secure a good rank. There are extra books available in the market for your self help while you do self study. Books such as RD Sharma, DC Pandey will help you for your revision and practice.

9. Is the JEE Mains exam easy?

Cracking JEE is definitely not an easy task. It requires years or months of hard work and preparation. Few students start preparation for this examination a year before the examination while some give a few months to the preparation. It is all about your focus and practice you do. The more you will practice the easier it will be for you to crack this examination. Clearing the JEE examination requires lots of self study, practice and confidence. 

10. What are the chapters covered in 15th April Morning Shift JEE Main 2018 Physics  Question Paper Solutions?

The chapters covered in 15th April Morning Shift JEE Main 2018 Physics Question Paper Solutions are as follows:

  • Capacitors

  • Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

  • Electromagnetic Waves

  • Electrostatics

  • Kinematics

  • Measurement and Errors

  • Electromagnetic Induction

  • Electronic Devices

  • Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism