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JEE Advanced 2020 Analysis and Cutoff by Aakash Institute - Students can check the JEE Advanced 2020 analysis and cutoff after the conclusion of exam. Students who would be appearing in the exam can check the difficulty level of exam, topics covered and much more from JEE Advanced analysis and cutoff 2020 by Aakash Institute. Candidates must note that the analysis and cutoff for questions will be based on students feedback about exam as the test is conducted in online mode and students do not receive the paper. JEE Advanced analysis and cutoff by Aakash will be formulated by the expert faculties of the institute. JEE Advanced 2020 will be conducted in online mode on May 17 in online mode and will consist of Paper 1 and Paper 2 having questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The JEE Advanced analysis and cutoff by Aakash will help students to understand the exam from different perspectives like difficulty level, marking scheme, cutoff, types of questions asked etc. More information about JEE Advanced 2020 analysis and cutoff by Aakash is available in the below article.
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Students who appear in JEE Advanced become anxious to know the exam analysis and expected cutoff. JEE Advanced 2020 analysis and cutoff by Aakash will solve students doubts about exam from various below mentioned perspectives
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Students will know the difficulty level of exam
Students will also get to know which paper was difficult among Paper 1 and Paper 2
Students will be able to know the expected cutoff
JEE Advanced 2020 analysis will also cover the topics covered in exam, marking scheme, total number of questions from each sections
Students will also understand their performance in terms of preparation and time management in comparison to the overall difficulty level of exam
Paper analysis will tell whether the question paper was lengthy
Students will understand which topics were given more weightage from various subjects
Paper analysis will help students to know types of questions like conceptual, analytical or theoretical
Students will get here the complete analysis of JEE Advanced 2020 by Aakash institute after the completion of exam. The analysis will be available for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 and will also cover the subject-wise analysis for each section in both the papers. Students will understand the exam from various perspectives like difficulty level, topics covered, marking scheme, total number of questions in exam, expected cutoff and other crucial information from JEE Advanced 2020 analysis and cutoff by Aakash.
Students are provided below the detailed JEE Advanced analysis and cutoff 2019 by Aakash institute. The analysis will help students to understand topic and subject-wise distribution of questions, total number of questions from each section and subject, difficulty level of exam other important information.
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The subject wise analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 Paper 1 and Paper 2 is given below to help students know various details about the exam. JEE Advanced 2019 was held on May 27 in online mode across various test cities of India and abroad.
The subject wise analysis of paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2017 is given below to help students how the exam was conducted.
The total number of questions that were asked was 18
There were no lengthy questions
Total marks for the paper was 61
Most questions were asked from heat & thermodynamics and magnetism
The paper was of moderate difficulty level
Most questions were asked from the NCERT syllabus with only a few outside NCERT syllabus
Questions were conceptual in nature
There were 18 questions of 61 marks
Out of the 18 questions asked, 8 were from physical chemistry, 6 from organic and 4 from inorganic
67% of the questions were of moderate difficulty level
Basic understanding was enough to solve most questions
Matrix match involving three column was introduced
The questions were moderately difficult
There were six questions each that were asked from calculus and 2D-Geometry, while 5 questions were asked from Algebra and 1 from probability
In paper 2, there was negative marking in two of the sections. In all there were 18 questions per section and the total marks was 183. The subject wise analysis of JEE Advanced Paper 2 is given below.
The physics section was more difficult than paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2017
There was ambiguity in one of the questions on rotational mechanics
Questions were asked from the difficult chapters of Physics and they sought to understand the analytical skills of the students
There were nine questions which were asked from mechanics, while 7 from electromagnetism and 1 each from Modern Physics and Optics
The physics section was 56% moderately difficult, 39% difficult and 5% easy
In paper 2, chemistry section was difficult
Conceptual knowledge was required to answer questions from organic chemistry
Questions from Physical chemistry required critical thinking of the basic concepts
It was a low scoring section
39% of the questions were difficult, while 33% were moderately difficult and 28% were easy
Six questions each were asked from organic, inorganic and physical chemistry
Questions were mostly asked from topics like integral calculus, 3D, Vector
The mathematics section was easy to moderately difficulty level
There was an ambiguity in one of the questions
There were 8 questions that were asked from Algebra, 7 from calculus and one each from probability, geometry and trigonometry
18 were asked of 61 marks
78% of the questions that were asked were moderately difficult, 17% were easy while 5% of them fell in the difficult category
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As per the expected cutoff for this year for general category it is about 89.75 percentile. YOu need to have a percentile higher than the cutoff to get qualified for the jee advanced examination. IF you are from general category it is little tough. For cutoff of other categories follow the link given below..
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yes, For sure you are eligible for the admission through jee advanced because you have already cleared the eligibility for the qualification for the iit through the jee mains examination. You will have to register for the jee advanced exami;nation and do well for it. Morevoer you will have a good chance for admission in nits through the percentile score.
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It's difficult to tell the exact qualifying percentile but according to the previous year's data, the probable cutoff for OBC(Other Backward Classes) will range from 74-76. This differs from year to year according to number of students who wrote the exam. Considering this is would appear that you are on the edge.
Keep an eye out for the official cutoff list. All the best!
As per my knowledge centre for JEE main exam in Maharashtra are-
For JEE advance the exam centre has not been declared yet here is the list for exam centre of previous year-
For BITSAT the centre in Maharashtra are -
Kolhapur, Pune, Nasik, Nagpur,Mumbai,
hope this helps. Best of luck.
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