JEE Main 2013: Major tips for the D-Day
JEE Main 2013 is just a few hours away! Here are some useful tips to give your exam more effectively and enhance your score.
Make sure that you revise the following topics in all the subjects:
Physics: The Physics paper of JEE Main may be a little simpler than the JEE Advanced. However last year it was almost similar to the IIT-JEE as far as the level of difficulty is concerned. The major topics to be revised are:
Work Power and Energy
Ray and Wave Optics
Heat and Thermodynamics
Mathematics: The Maths paper is usually much simpler compared to IIT-JEE. The major topics to be taken care of are:
Continuity and Differentiability
Indefinite and Definite Integration
Matrices and Determinants
Chemistry: The Chemistry paper is usually the easiest to handle out of the three subjects and the most scoring as well. You must revise the following topics without fail:
Atomic Structure and Classification
GOC and Organic Chemistry of Functional Groups
Some general tips:
Take more mock tests to get better understanding about the exam. Don’t forget to take last two year’s actual AIEEE paper as mock to know the level of the exam.
JEE Main offline exam will be held from 09:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Hence, take your mock tests during this period to ensure that you are physically and mentally at your best during these hours. Similarly, the students who take the online test must take the mock test during the time opted by them for the actual test.
In the exam hall, make sure that you are reading all the instructions carefully. Do spend first five minutes in reading the instructions and take a glance at the questions to get a brief idea how to start.
Since there is no subject-wise cut-off, is always better to attempt the easy questions of all the three subjects first and then move on to the moderate and tough questions. This will help you to utilize your time properly and help you to score more by attempting to more questions that you know the answer.
Do not waste too much time on solving any single question, if you cannot answer a question, move on to the other questions.
Ensure that you do not make mistakes in calculations as doing one question wrong may bring down your rank by 500 to 1000. Do not make a guess. Its better not to score than scoring negative marks.
Best of luck!
Questions related to JEE Main
I am get 81.7 percentile in jee main jan2020 what is my cutt off ?
There are two kinds of cut off one is category specific cut off and second one is institute specific cut off. Category specific cut off is a cut off specified for each category and institute specific cut off is a cut off specified by each institute to get admission in that particular institute this cut off is different for each branch and varies from one institute to another. If you score the cut marks specified for each category by NTA then you will qualify and will be eligible to get admission in NITs and participating institutes. Cut off is determined after the JEE Main exam is concluded, we cannot predict the cut off now. In 2019 the cut off was as follows for each category
- General: 89.75
- EWS: 78.21
- SC: 54.01
- PWD: 0.113
Cut off changes every year, the above cut off was given so that you will get an idea about cut off. JEE Main 2020 cut off is yet to be announced. Based on your percentile your expected rank will be around 159028 It can be calculated by the formula (100-your percentile)*869010/100
869010=total number of candidates appeared in JEE Main January session.
my score in jee mains is180 maths 78,physics 65 and chemistry 37 what woukld be my percentile in each subjects and what would be my percentile as a whole??
With 180 marks your percentile will be around 98.6-99. Telling individual subjects percentile will be sort of difficult task and for that you will have to wait for results.
Also since percentile depends on the toughness of the paper, and the batch of the examination you belong to so wait for the official results..
How will jee cut off calculate
The authorities will prepare jee mains cutoff for top B.Tech branches after considering various factors related to JEE mains such as number of applicants, difficulty level, previous years’ cutoff trends and more.
For more detailed information. Kindly go through this link:
I hope it helps you.
my son got 95.8 percentile in jee mains exams in Ewc catagere.He may getting computer science in any NIT?
Their may be slight chance in Northeast NITs in Special Rounds with ews category.Getting CSE with this percentile would be a little difficult, or if you want your desired branch then you would have to compromise with the college.
Hope that helps;
What will the expected marks vs rank ratio for JEE Mains September 2020
The marks vs rank/percentile ratio will more or less remain the same as previous years as in my opinion these sort of breaks do not help everyone.
For a good NITs with better branch you will require atleast 180 marks if general category.