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JEE Main 2019 Topper Interview: Jayesh Singla (100 Percentile) (AIR 4) - The JEE Main 2019 topper Jayesh Singla, secured AIR 4 with 100 percentile score in Paper 1. Son of doctor parents from Patiala, Jayesh appeared only in January attempt exam and is now preparing for the JEE Advanced. Jayesh has something unique and indifferent to others, his calm and enchanting persuasion has perfect blend of valour and diligent attitude towards achieving success. He believes strongly in following a fixed regime towards achieving goals in life. Jayesh is equally thankful to his parents and teachers in schools and quoted-”My parents never pressured me to come on top or qualify any particular exam, instead they regularly motivated me to follow my dreams. He is aiming computer science branch in IIT Mumbai and is quite confident about scoring good marks in JEE Advanced. During his exclusive talk with Careers360, Jayesh shared memoirs of his JEE Main 2019 journey, the ups and down he faced while preparing for the exam. Read the complete JEE Main 2019 Topper Interview of Jayesh Singla to get a glimpse of his success story.
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Careers360 Team: Congratulations on scoring Air 4 with 100 percentile in JEE Main 2019 exam
Jayesh: Even though I was expecting a generous score, I never expected that I will score 100 percentile. Before the response sheets and answer key were released, I was expecting anything around 90. But after the release of answer key and response sheet, I was astonished and amazed. However, my teachers were quite a confident that my result would be good.
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Careers360 Team: Tell us something about yourself. Which board have you studied under? Which school have you studied in?
Jayesh: I study in class 12 at Apollo Public School, Patiala. I had appeared for my class 12 CBSE board exams. I like to read books.
Careers360 Team: Tell us about your preparation strategy. How did you planned your studies for qualifying JEE Main 2019.
Jayesh: I focused mainly on studying regular rather than making an coercive attempt. I use to study at least 5-6 hours regularly after school hours. I made a plan and a time table and followed it throughout the duration of my JEE Main 2019 preparation. I solved mock tests and previous year papers to get an extra edge in my JEE Main preparation
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Careers360 Team: How did you managed to take time for JEE Main 2019 amidst your class 12 board preparation. Did you faced any difficulties like lack of time as such.
Jayesh: I studied mainly for my class 12 exams and for JEE Main, i solved mock test papers and previous year papers. Solving mock tests and previous year paper gave me an exact idea of how questions are being framed, which topics are asked more over others and exam pattern. I studied mainly from the NCERT books for my class 12 exam as well as JEE Main.
Careers360 Team: Did you took help from any coaching institute for the preparation of JEE Main?
Jayesh: I took weekend class batch of Allen Institute. The study material provided by them helped me in nurturing my preparation level. I use to practice mock test papers provided by the institute and attended classes on Saturday’s and Sunday’s to clear my doubts.
Careers360 Team: Did your followed any particular books for preparation?
Jayesh: I studied mainly from the NCERT books. Apart from that, I solved previous year papers, mock tests and study material from the Allen Institute
Careers360 Team: Which stream you want to study in engineering and any particular institute you have in your mind?
Jayesh: I do not have any particular institute in my mind, but would certainly study computer science. I love computer programming and coding and want to study more of it.
Careers360 Team: Have you appeared in JEE Main 2019 April attempt?
Jayesh: No, I did not appeared in April attempt, I am focussing mainly to score high in the JEE Advance and will not be appearing in April attempt.
Careers360 Team: Who is your biggest inspiration in life and why?
Jayesh: I believe that working hard and consistency in efforts towards achieving goal is the key to success. Make plan for your studies or the goal you have in life and work hard to achieve it.
Careers360 Team: Everyone around would be reading this JEE Main 2019 Topper Interview, what preparation tips your want to share with the future aspirants of JEE Main.
Jayesh: I would suggest students not to overload themselves with the paradox of JEE Main. Make a study time table, plan your studies accordingly and most important, study regularly.
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Hello aspirint ,
The cutoff for nit trichy for sc category in chemical branch is minimum 100 marks outoff 300 in jee main.
The cut off for JEE main 2020 is not yet declared.It will be announced after the results of April session.But a percentile above 85 will give you decent chnaces to qualify in JEE main.But in 2019 the cut off for general category was 89.75 so considering this you may not qualify.However, cut off is subjected to change it may increase or decrease slightly.
You have got a good rank and I expect you can get good colleges for B.Tech. with best courses. Also, you are an OBC(ncl) candidate which will provide you some relaxation as well. So, you will get chance of getting into some good college.
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