Nagpur: Though the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Main) held on Sunday was easy, students were troubled a bit due to wrong questions in physics section. Students claimed that there were two wrong questions in physics and one question had two correct answers in Chemistry. Such things were bound to confuse students and disturb their flow. Surprisingly, no questions were asked from ray optics but two questions were included from wave optics.
Student Shashank Kore, said, “The paper was not good. Physics was the most difficult as one could sail through it only if one’s concepts were thorough. Chemistry and math were manageable. I could have done better if there was more time.” Another student Sameer Dongarwar, said, “Maths was lengthy and a bit tricky. But physics was easy to solve.”
Total 10.43 lakh students were registered for JEE Main 2018 across India and abroad. Exam was held in 112 cities, of which eight were abroad. There were 1,621 exam centres, of which eight were abroad.