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JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis and Cutoff by FIITJEE - Candidates can now check the analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 by FIITJEE. The quick analysis for both Paper 1 and Paper II of JEE Advanced 2019 has been released by FIITJEE experts after the conclusion of entrance exam. The coaching institute will also release the JEE Advanced 2019 cutoff by FIITJEE in online mode. The cutoff of JEE Advanced 2019 is the minimum marks that a candidate will require for admissions to Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Candidates who will appear for JEE Advanced can refer to the analysis and cutoff released by FIITJEE based on which they can know their chances of getting their desired college. JEE Advanced 2019 analysis by FIITJEE gives details about the difficulty level of exam, sectional-difficulty level and other aspects of the test. Candidates can check the detailed information about JEE Advanced 2019 analysis and cutoff by FIITJEE, below.Latest: JEE Advanced 2019 result available now
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JEE Advanced 2019 Analysis by FIITJEE
According to the FIITJEE experts, the Mathematics section was tough and lengthy. Physics section was also tough and lengthy however it was more calculation based. Chemistry section was easier as expected. The analysis applies for both Paper 1 and Paper 2.
Ramesh Batlish from FIITJEE has released the quick analysis of JEE Advanced 2018 for Paper 1 and II after it's conclusion. The maximum marks for the exam were 180; 60 for each paper. There were 3 sections - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with 54 questions in total. The section wise analysis of JEE Advanced 2018 for both Paper I & II has been mentioned in the table given below:
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This section had 6 questions with four options in which one or more than one options were correct.
Marking scheme in this section is
(+4) in case all options are correct,
(+1 )for each correct response,
0 marks for no response and (-2) for all other cases. Maximum marks for this section was 24.
This section had 8 questions with correct response being a Numerical value.
For each question, the correct numerical value was to be rounded off to second decimal place. (For eg: 6.25, 7.00,-127.30).
The marking scheme was (+3) for the correct response and 0 marks in all other cases.
Maximum marks for this section was 24.
This section had 2 Comprehensions with two questions in each comprehension.
Each comprehension had two questions with 4 options in which only one option was correct.
(+3) if the correct option is marked,
(0) marks if none of the options is marked (-1) in all other cases.
Maximum marks for this section was 12.
Sec-1 had (06) six questions with four options in which one or more than one options were correct.
+4 in case all options are correct,
+1 for each correct response,
0 marks for no response and -2 for all other cases. Maximum marks for this section was 24.
Sec-2 had (08) Eight questions with correct response being a Numerical value.
For each question, the correct numerical value was to be rounded off to second decimal place.( E.g: 6.25,7.00,-127.30).
The making scheme was +3 for the correct response
0 marks in all other cases.
Maximum marks for this section was 24
Sec-3 had (04) Four questions.
Each question had Two (02) matching list-I and List-II.
Only one of the four options correspond to the correct matching.
+3 if the correct option is marked,
0 marks if none of the options is marked
-1 in all other cases. Maximum marks for this section was 12.
Student's Reactions - Paper I
According to FIITJEE, candidates had the following reactions:
Candidates found the overall level of paper moderate level.
Mathematics section was difficult compared to Physics & Chemistry.
No mistakes reported till now as complete paper is yet to be analysed.
Total no. of questions (54 questions) remains same as last year however total marks of JEE Advanced Paper-2 has changed from 183 to 180 marks this year.
Compared to Paper-1, students reported Paper-2 was relatively tough.
Students feel this year’s paper was tougher compared to 2017.
Comparison with last year - Paper I
The online exam of JEE Advanced 2019 has been compared with the last year paper:
Comparison with last year - Paper II
The Matching Type questions had two columns to be matched. Last year(2017) there were three column questions as well.
Equal weightage was given to class XI & XII.
The Total marks of each Paper reduced from 183 to 180.
As Paper was conducted on Computer Based Mode , neither print of question Paper nor copy of Response Sheet was given to students.
After the conclusion of entrance exam, FIITJEE will release the expected cutoff of JEE Advanced 2019. Meanwhile, candidates can refer the previous year JEE Advanced cutoff for their reference:
JEE Advanced 2017 Expected Cutoff by FIITJEE
Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject
Minimum Percentage of Aggregate Marks
Common Merit List (CML)
The JEE Advanced 2019 analysis by FIITJEE carries the difficulty level of the question paper, topic weightage in each section etc.
With the help of analysis of JEE Advanced 2019 by FIITJEE, candidates can get an idea about their chances of admission, score and marks they may secure.
The analysis released by the coaching institute will help future aspirants to understand the difficulty level of examination as well as its pattern.
Along with the analysis, FIITJEE will also publish the expected cutoff of JEE Advanced 2019.
With the help of expected cut off of JEE Advanced 2019 released by FIITJEE, candidates can estimate their admission chances at IITs.
To appear in JEE Advanced 2019 rank list, candidates need to get certain qualifying marks stated by the institute. IIT Roorkee will declare the cutoff of JEE Advanced 2019 after the conclusion of the entrance exam. Based on JEE Advanced 2019 cutoff, candidates will be screen for admission process. However, candidates must be aware that for the common counselling the JEE Advanced 2019 Cutoff varies.
Meanwhile candidates can refer previous year cutoff of JEE Advanced.
Minimum percentage of marks required for inclusion in JEE Advanced Rank List 2017
Minimum percentage of marks in each subject
Minimum percentage of aggregate marks
Common Rank List (CRL)
OBC-NCL Rank List
SC Rank List
ST Rank List
Common-PwD Rank List (CRL-PwD)
OBC-NCL-PwD Rank List
SC-PwD Rank List
ST-PwD Rank List
Preparatory course Rank List
JEE Advanced Qualifying Marks 2016:
Minimum Marks in Each Subject
Minimum Aggregate Marks
OBC-NCL rank list
SC rank list
ST rank list
OBC-NCL-PwD rank list
SC-PwD rank list
ST-PwD rank list
Note: CRL is the rank list in which all candidates (across all categories) will be given ranks.
Check branch-wise opening and closing ranks at IITs and ISM Dhanbad in 2016 after the last (sixth) round:
JEE Advanced 2016 Cutoff (Opening and Closing Rank):
IIT (BHU) Varanasi
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First of all I want to make one thing clear that only scoring 75 percent in class 12th doesn't make anyone eligible for jee advance , in order to be eligible for jee advance, you need to clear jee mains but yes since you have scored more than 75 % in nios boards so you will be eligible for nits , iits etc if you performed well in jee as nios board is a recognised board and it is accepted by nits , iits etc. So , prepare well for jee
Dear Vishu, the year gap will not affect your future because you had medical issues. You can appear for JEE Mains 2020 and secure a seat and take admission. During placements, there will be questions asked and so keep all your Medical documents intact. It's not that they would want to check it but it is just for your justification. But for now, your focus should remain JEE Mains 2020 and you can cross that ship when time comes. During placements, what matters is your aggregate in your Bachelors and also your performance in the Interview.
Since you have taken a drop so you only one attempt left for JEE advanced. There are various other Institutes entrance exams like IISER, BITSAT, COMEDK, WBJEE etc.
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