JEE Main 2018 Cut Off and Analysis By Aakash

11 Apr, 2018

JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by Aakash will be made public by the institute soon, as the JEE Main 2018 offline exam has been held on 8th April 2018. The JEE Main 2018 exam expected cutoff by Aakash will be released after the complete analysis of the exam. Aakash will release the expected JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis, before the official release of cut off by CBSE to give an estimation of cut off to the aspirants who will be appearing or the JEE Main 2018 exam.  The CBSE has conducted the JEE Main 2018 exam in offline mode on 8th April 2018, and JEE Main 2018 online exam will be conducted on 15th April and 16th April 2018. The JEE Main 2018 exam has been conducted in both offline and online mode on 8th April 2018, while the JEE Mains 2018 exam to be conducted on 15th and 16th April 2018 will be only in online mode. Read the complete article to know about the JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by Aakash.

NOTE- The JEE Main 2018 expected cutoff by Aakash will not be final and official. The expected cutoff by Aakash for JEE Main 2018 is tentative, for estimation purposes only. Stay tuned with Getentrance to know more and get latest updates on JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by Aakash.

    Aakash released JEE Main 2017 cut off and analysis, after the conduct of JEE Main exam for the year 2017 on 2nd April 2017. The result and cut off for JEE Main 2017 exam was released by CBSE on 26th April 2017 for paper 1, and on 27th May 2017 for paper 2. Aakash released the expected cut off to give aspiring candidates an estimation of minimum marks required to be eligible for the exam. Here in this article we are going to discuss about the topic wise difficulty level, number of questions, and weightage of topics elaboration by Aakash for JEE Main 2018 and JEE Main 2017.

    JEE Main Cut off 2018 Analysis by Aakash

     

    Category Wise Cut-Off For JEE Main 2018 By Aaksah Institute
    Category JEE Main 2018 Cut-off
    Common Merit List (CML) TBR
    Other Backward Class (OBC – NCL) TBR
    Scheduled Caste (SC) TBR
    Scheduled Tribe (ST) TBR

     

    Here we are providing the JEE Main 2017 cut off and analysis by Aakash for your reference:

    JEE Main 2017 cut off and analysis by Aakash

    • The questions asked In JEE Main 2017 exam was moderately difficult
    • Most of the questions in the exam were direct
    • Some of the questions were tricky too
    • There were at least five to six questions in all the three subjects that were differently framed

    JEE Main 2017 Analysis for Physics

    • The questions in physics section of the JEE Main 2017 exam were direct and easy
    • All the questions were from the syllabus of physics as decided by CBSE for JEE Main 2017

    JEE Main 2017 Analysis for Mathematics

    • Some of the questions were direct, and two to three questions in the exam were lengthy
    • Most of the questions were from syllabus
    • The questions in the mathematics section of JEE Main 2017 exam were mostly conceptual
    • The exam was difficult for those students who merely relied on NCERT and related text books for preparation

    JEE Main 2017 Analysis for Chemistry

    • The questions from Physical, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry held equal weightage
    • There were no questions from States of Matter and Chemistry in Everyday Life
    • The questions were conceptual

     Category wise cut-off for JEE Main 2017 by Aaksah Institute

    Category JEE Main 2017 Cut-off
    Common Merit List (CML) 103
    Other Backward Class (OBC – NCL) 76
    Scheduled Caste (SC) 57
    Scheduled Tribe (ST) 52

     

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