JEE Advanced 2020 Topper Interview: Chirag Falor (AIR 1)
JEE Advanced 2020 Topper Interview: Chirag Falor (AIR 1) - The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi successfully conducted the JEE Advanced examination 2020 on September 27 across India. The authorities announced JEE Advanced result 2020 on October 5 along with the names of top rank holders as well. According to the list of JEE Advanced 2020 toppers, Chirag Falor from Pune scored the highest marks (352/396) and secured All India Rank 1 in the exam. To help the future aspirants know the success story of this Pune boy and inspire them to strategize well for the JEE Advanced exam preparation, Careers360 with the help of some sources brings in the excerpts of Chirag Falor’s JEE Advanced experience.
Reaction on getting AIR 1 in JEE Advanced
When Chirag got a call from the director of IIT Delhi, he had just woken up and could not digest the fact that he stood at the top in JEE Advanced 2020. He received a lot of calls that day which added to the feeling of obtaining top rank in the top engineering entrance examination of the country.
Performance in JEE Advanced 2020
Chirag scored a total of 352 out of 396 marks in the JEE Advanced examination with a score of 196 out of 198 in paper 1 and 156 out of 198 in paper 2. However in JEE Main 2020, he secured AIR 12 with 100 percentile.
Strategy for Computer Based Examination
According to Chirag, he very much likes the computer based examination (CBT) format as it allows candidates to change the previously attempted JEE Advanced questions. The coaching institute which Chirag studied in made him take up JEE Advanced mock tests on a daily basis due to which he was comfortable with the CBT format.
Difference in JEE Main and Advanced Preparation
According to the sources, JEE Advanced 2020 topper Chirag did not prepare for JEE Main in the first place but had been preparing for JEE Advanced only. Before appearing in JEE Main, he explored the NCERT books to get a look at the basics. Throughout the preparation period, he has been preparing for JEE Advanced 2020 only.
Previous Year Question Papers
Based on what Chirag experienced, JEE Advanced question papers of previous years helped him a lot. A week before the exam was held, he practised JEE Advanced previous year papers and solved them just like an actual examination so that he could deal with the exam fear well in advance and manage time as well. He also recommends IE Irodov of Physics problems in general physics for preparation.
Chirag found Mathematics to be the easiest section in the JEE Advanced 2020 exam. The explanation being that while practising previous year papers, solving the Mathematics section took around 1.5 hours. While during the main examination, he was able to solve it within an hour.
When asked about what helped him relieve the stress that emerged due to JEE Advanced preparation, Chirag said that playing table tennis after lunch and dinner helped him. Apart from that, he would also play chess with friends or go to the roof for gazing at the stars to relax.
Piece of Advice for Future Aspirants
A short message by JEE Advanced topper 2020 Chirag Falor for the emerging JEE Advanced aspirants is to not lose hope in themselves. He says that at times candidates may feel tired or bored of preparing for the exam, but he advises them not to be distracted towards watching TV or playing games but instead go for studying something else. This way, they would not be wasting their time and their mind will also be distracted from boredom.
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Questions related to JEE Advanced
which engineering entrance exams excluding JEE advanced will be held in June for colleges in South India?
According to your question, there will many entrance exams excluding jee advanced as all the colleges will aim to conduct their exam in proper time as last year due to pandemic the schedule was shifted.
So,the list of entrances are-
i wanted to score 100+ marks in jee advanced 2021. can you tell what chapters (topics) to do ??
To score 100% in jee advance you have to completely cover your whole syllabus in detail. To score 100% marks you have to follow some important tips like..
- Revise regularly
- Practice last year solved paper and mock test
- Work hard
Important topics for jee advance 2021 are
- modern Physics
- Heat and thermodynamics
- Work energy and power
- Current electricity
- Chemical Bonding&molecular structure
- Co ordinate compounds
- Electro chemistry and surface chemistry
- Alcohol, phenol&Ether
- Chemical kinetic
- Vector &3D
- Matrix and Determinants
- Application of Derivative
- Straight line and pair of straight line
For more details you can check in the link given below
Hope this information will help you
how josaa counseling will happen after jee advance
Instead of thinking what will happen in JOSAA that too after JEE Adv, think what will happen if you dont even qualify JEE Main. (LOL)
On a serious note, JOSAA is a very simple counselling procedure, where after registration you need to set your preference according to your rank and are allotted seat accordingly in subsequent rounds of counselling.
For more information about JOSAA do follow the link below
However, now you shouldnt quite worry about the Counselling and Institute you will be allotted into. Keep your focus only on aceing JEE Main Attempts with a higher score each time and give a recurring performance in JEE Advanced.
For more information about JEE Main Preparation do follow the link below
For more information about JEE Advanced Preparation do follow the link below
can we use calculator in jee mains and jee advance exam?
Hello student ,
Calculators will not be allowed for JEE Main and advanced . The authorities have prohibited the use of calculators or any other electronic devices i n the exam centre .
Hope it helps !
to get top 2.5lack rank in jee main is compulsary to qualify for jee advance
No it is not necessary to be in top 2.5 Lakh rank holders but yes the cut-off percentile are decided in the way so that only around 2.5 Lakhs to 2.7 Lakhs candidates get eligible to sit for JEE-Advance. See the qualifying cut-off percentiles which needs to be cleared by any candidate to sit in JEE-Advance is released along with the final result of JEE-Main and for JEE-Main 2021 the final result will be released after all four attempts will be completed and the final result will be on the basis of your best score amongst different attempts. However basis on previous year's cut-off trends we can help you with the expected qualifying cut-offs for this year :-
- Common Rank List (CRL) - 90- 95 Percentile
- GEN-EWS - 70- 75 Percentile
- Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL) - 70- 75 Percentile
- Scheduled Caste (SC) - 50- 55 Percentile
- Scheduled Tribe (ST) - 40- 45 Percentile
- PwD - 1-2 Percentile
Note that in above table it is not the actual cut-off for JEE-Main 2021 but expected on the basis of previous year's analysis. You can check out previous year's cut-off trends from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.