Joint Entrance Exam Advanced
There is a difference between Joint entrance examination (JEE) mains and Joint entrance examination (JEE) advanced. First you need to write JEE mains and get enough percentile that is mentioned by the official to qualify for JEE advanced. Through JEE mains you can get seats in NITs, IIITs and through JEE advanced you can get seat in IITs.
Its hard to predict because it depends on the no. of candidate appearing in the exam and the difficulty of the JEE Advanced. From my estimation, if you score at least 35% percent marks in JEE ADVANCED then you will get a very good pwd category rank no matter how hard/easy JEE Advanced that year. Work hard you can get a good branch in old IITs.
I hope this answer will help.
All the best for the future!!
According to the analysis of previous papers the chapter wise weight age of mathematics topics are given below :
Binomial Theorem - 3 marks
Complex numbers - 7 marks
Coordinate geometry - 18 marks
Differential and integral calculus - 38 marks
Probability - 9 marks
Quadratic equations - 3 marks
Matrices - 14 marks
Permutations & Combinations - 3 marks
Sequences and series - 3 marks
Trigonometry - 10 marks
Vector & 3D - 11 marks
Fundamentals of mathematics - 5 marks
It can not be predicted anything about Jee Advanced as Jee main session 2 is yet to be commenced.
After jee main results 2020 , it can be estimated about qualifying score, how many candidates will appear in JEE advanced etc. Jee advanced cut off 2020 depends on
• The difficulty level of jee advanced
•previous year cut off
• Number of seats available for admission.
•performance of candidates in the exam
Jee advanced 2019 cut off ( Qualifying)
Category cut off ( NTA score)
In 2018 Jee advanced cut off for PWD category was 90 marks ( revised ) and in 2017 it was 64 for pwd.
However with 95 marks and seeing to your category you may get seat in good College.
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