Paper 2 of JEE Main is the ultimate goal of every architecture and planning aspirant who want their academic lives to be secured within the proper environment of the School of Planning and Architecture and NITs. The students who wish to pursue this course in the two renowned IITs- IIT Roorkee or IIT Kharagpur, have to additionally appear for an AAT (Aptitude Awareness Test). The NTA (National Testing Agency) declared the results for the JEE Main 2019Paper 2 January Session on the official website of JEE Main.
After the revelation of the results forJEE Main 2019 Paper 2, it was clear that the student lacked a practical approach. This is due to the inbuilt pressure and panic which covers the mindset of the candidate and due to this, the candidate was not able to take practical decisions.
Analysis of the Declared Results
According to sources, the JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 was similar to previous year papers with respect to the format. For example, the paper consisted of 3 sections Aptitude, Mathematics and Drawing just like previous years however the difficulty level and type of the questions varied this year. Students, as well as experts, rated the three-hour examination as a moderately difficult one.
This article provides you with an all-round analysis of the paper. Let’s begin by going section wise. Starting with the Mathematics Section, students who appeared for the exam say that the questions were tough in such a way that when the student attempted it, they found it tricky. On the other hand, leading coaching institutes evaluated the section between easy to moderate and showed there were questions that were repeated from previous year papers.
Moving on to Aptitude Section, both teachers and students agreed that this section of the paper was extremely easy to attempt. Even in this section to help the students, few questions were repeated.
Following this, the Drawing Section has a mixed bag of views. For students with a good creative IQ, it was very easy however for other it was moderate.
With the declaration of JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 results for B.Arch, Gollapudi N Lakshmi Narayana and GudlaRaghunandan Reddy both from Andhra Pradesh had brilliantly secured a 100 percentile.
Students need to know that once the results of April session will release, the ranks are allotted keeping in mind the creativity, passion, and the drawing skills of the student. However, there might be certain scenarios where it is difficult to assign ranks to candidates because they might have similar scores and end up in a tiebreaker.
JEE Main and NATA
Candidates who were not satisfied with the JEE Main result can also opt for other exams like NATA. It is conducted by the National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture (NIASA). Unlike JEE Main, NATA has tested the mathematics and aptitude of a student within 90 minutes each. The NATA exam is for 200 marks where students need to achieve at least 120 marks to get admission into A-list colleges.