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JEE Main 2020 Analysis & Cutoff by FIITJEE - The coaching institute FIITJEE will release the analysis & cutoff of JEE Main 2020 after the entrance exam is completed. The analysis of JEE Main 2020 will help the candidates to know about the difficulty level of the exam, topics covered, weightage of units, minimum marks required to get admission and more. Going through the JEE Main 2020 cutoff candidates can get an idea about their admission chances in their desired colleges and courses. The national level entrance exam JEE Main will be conducted twice in computer based test mode, once in January and then in April. JEE Main January session was conducted successfully, while the April session will be held from April 5, 7 to 9 and 11, 2020. Read the full article to check the detailed JEE Main 2020 analysis & cutoff by FIITJEE.Latest: JEE Main 2020 January Result has announced; download scorecard now.
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The analysis will be released by the experts of FIITJEE once JEE Main 2020 is concluded. As soon as it is released it will be updated here. Meanwhile, candidates can check the previous years’ analysis & cutoff of JEE Main.
Overall, the paper was easy to moderate as per the students. Compared to the January session, the difficulty level was almost similar. Physics was relatively tougher. The spread of questions was from almost all chapters from class XI & XII. The level of difficult as per feedback from students:
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Mathematics – Easy to Moderate level. The students reported questions were easy. No question asked from Mathematical Induction.
Physics – Tougher compared to Mathematics & Chemistry. But it was of moderate level. Some students felt Class XI had more weightage in the paper.
Chemistry – Easy. Some questions were directly from NCERT and were fact-based. No tricks involved as such in any question. One question on assertion reasoning was asked
January 10th 2019
Overall the paper was of easy to moderate level as per students. No errors were reported from students as such. The exam had equal weightage given to chapters from 11th and 12th standard.
Part-I- Physics with 30 questions, marking scheme (+4 for the correct response, -1 for an incorrect response, 0 if not attempted)
Part-II- Chemistry with 30 questions, marking scheme (+4 for a correct response, -1 for an incorrect response, 0 if not attempted)
Part-III - Mathematics with 30 questions, marking scheme (+4 for a correct response, -1 for an incorrect response, 0 if not attempted)
Level of Difficulty
Mathematics – Easy to Moderate level. Some questions involved calculations.
Physics – Tougher compared to Mathematics & Chemistry.
Chemistry – Easy. Some questions were directly NCERT based.
January 9th 2019
According to the analysis, Mathematics was of moderate level, Physics was relatively tough as compared to Chemistry and the Chemistry section was overall easy. No technical errors were reported.
Overall the exam was easy to moderate level as per the students
Chemistry section had some questions directly from NCERT
Mathematics - All chapters of conic sections were covered.
All chapters in the three sections were given equal weightage.
30 questions were asked from each section.
January 8th 2019
Overall the difficulty level of the examination was easy to moderate as compared to the previous year papers. There were no reported errors in the examination. The paper had three sections:
Mathematics section - 30 Questions (+4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response and 0 if not attempted)
Aptitude section - 50 Questions (+4 for correct response, -1 for incorrect response and 0 if not attempted). In this section, there were questions on identifying the top view, front view of 3-dimensional objects/shapes, identifying mirror images. There were 10 to 15 questions on general knowledge like the full form of NASA/ISRO and also the location of places with architectural importance.
Drawing section - 3 Questions (First question was of 30 marks and the remaining two was of 20 marks). In the drawing section, the first question had three parts and the students had to attempt anyone out of the below options:
The first question was to design the curtain of the small girl's room.
The second question was to sketch their favourite film actor.
The third question was to sketch the scene of people sitting around a bonfire.
Mathematics section - Easy to moderate level, students reported that few questions repeated from previous year question papers.
Aptitude section - Easy
Drawing section - Easy to a moderate level as per the creativity of the student
The overall difficulty level of JEE Main was less than the previous year.
Mathematics - As per FIITJEE experts, Mathematics was of moderate difficulty as of questions were from Calculus and Algebra. 15 questions were asked from 11th standard syllabus and 15 questions were from class 12.
Chemistry - This section was comparatively easier than the other two. In this section most of the questions were asked from Physical Chemistry. 17 questions were asked from class 11 syllabus and 13 questions were from 12 class.
Physics - This section was moderate in difficulty level. 13 questions in this section were from the 11th standard syllabus and 17 questions were from 12. Majority of the questions were from Mechanics.
Percent wise Coverage of Topics in JEE Main 2018
Heat & Thermodynamics
Electrostatics & Current Electricity
Magnetics & Electro Magnetic Induction
Optics & Waves
Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves & Elasticity
Semi-Conductor Devices, Electromagnetic Waves and Principles of Communication
Sets & Relations, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics
As per the FIITJEE, section of Mathematics in Paper 2 was a bit tough. However, the questions were not very difficult but they were tricky. According to FIITJEE, the paper was of moderate level. Those who had practised well could have solved the paper with confidence.
FIITJEE will release JEE Main 2020 cutoff after the conclusion of the national level engineering entrance exam. Careers360 will pen down the JEE Main 2020 cutoff released by FIITJEE in the table given below for candidates reference.
JEE Main 2020 Cutoff
Common Merit List (CML)
Other Backward Class (OBC - NCL)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
However, candidates can meanwhile check previous year cutoff of JEE Main by FIITJEE from the table below.
According to FIITJEE, the expected cutoff of JEE Main 2018 Paper I was around 86 marks.
JEE Main 2017 Expected Cutoff Score
JEE Main 2017 Cutoff Score
JEE Main 2016 Cutoff Score
JEE Main 2015 Cutoff Score
JEE Main 2014 Cutoff Score
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As per your percentile your marks will be around 70-80 in the main exam. Your rank will be approximately around 100,000. Below are some important links you can check:-
The exact prediction would be difficult regarding your admission possibilities based on your percentile. But based on this percentile the chances seems less to get a seat in NITs, IIITs & GFTIs.
You can try for the state level counselling like Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana Etc.
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