JEE Adv 2020 Marks vs Rank : Check Last Year’s Cut-Offs
Source : NDTV
Chirag Falor from Delhi was the topper in JEE Advanced 2020. Here’s the category-wise list.
JEE Advanced: Minimum Qualifying Marks
These were the category-wise minimum qualifying marks in 2020.
JEE Advanced 2021: Check Last Year’s Cut-Offs
These are the category-wise cut-off percentile score of JEE Advanced last year.
When it came to the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2021 paper 2, the students’ reactions were shared by FIITJEE, and the results show that Chemistry was the easiest subject, followed by Physics and Mathematics. At 5:30 p.m., work on the second paper came to a close. This year’s paper 2 had 57 questions, up from 54 last year. After the exam, coaching centres will release a memory-based JEE Advanced answer key, but students will have to wait a few days for the official answer key.
According to Ramesh Batlish, FIITJEE Noida Centre Head, Chemistry was a well-balanced section, while Physics had some difficult questions (most of which were from Class 11), and Mathematics was a tricky and difficult section.
The results of JEE Advanced 2021 will be released on October 15th, and students who scored a Rank in JEE (Advanced) 2021 will be eligible to take part in the Joint Seat Allocation process for IIT seats.
Following mathematics, chemistry, and physics were the most difficult subjects for students, according to data from the Akash institute.
Students who appeared for JEE Advanced 2021 will be required to score a minimum percentage to qualify the exam.
JEE Advanced 2021 dates for the display of response sheets and answer keys.
On October 10, the official answer key for JEE Advanced 2021 will be made available. Candidates can provide feedback from October 10 to October 12 on this provisional answer key.
The first and second rounds of the JEE Advanced 2021 examination are now complete. JEE Advanced 2021 response sheets will be available on jeeadv.ac.in on October 5 for students who took the test.