JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by FIITJEE has been released and made available as the JEE Main 2018 offline exam has been conducted. The expected cutoff for JEE Main 2018 by FIITJEE is given by the experts. JEE Main 2018 Cutoff by FIITJEE is the tentative minimum marks required for admissions to various government, non-government colleges for engineering and architecture, like National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and Government-funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs). The Cutoff of JEE Main 2018 by FIITJEE is also the expected score required to appear in JEE Advanced exam for the candidates, which is the second stage of JEE for admissions to Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).
Apart from the FIITJEE coaching institute, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will also release the official Cutoff for JEE Main 2018 along with the final result of the exam. Remember, the candidates who will secure marks lower than the Cutoff marks of JEE Main 2018, will not be eligible for the admissions. FIITJEE has also released the exam analysis for JEE Main 2018 exam.
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NOTE- The JEE Main 2018 cutoff and analysis by FIIT JEE is not final and should not be treated as official response. The cutoff from CBSE as well as the analysis from the experts will be released in the last week of April.
JEE Main Cut Off 2018 Analysis By FIITJEE
Physics was moderately difficult. 13 questions in this section were from 11^{th} standard syllabus and from 12^{th} standard syllabus, there were 17 questions. Majority of the questions were from Mechanics topic of the Physics section.
Chemistry was comparatively easier than Physics and Mathematics. 17 questions were from 11^{th} standard syllabus and from 12^{th} standard syllabus, there were 13 questions. Most of the questions were from Physical Chemistry in this section.
Mathematics was moderately difficult. Mostly the questions were from Calculus and Algebra. 15 questions were from 11^{th} standard syllabus and 15 questions from 12^{th} standard syllabus.
The expected cut off of JEE Main 2018 Paper I could be around 86 marks, according to FIITJEE.
JEE Main 2018 analysis- Topic wise
Subject | Branch | Percent wise Coverage of Topics |
Physics | Mechanics | 30% |
Heat & Thermodynamics | 7% | |
Electrostatics & Current Electricity | 17% | |
Magnetics & Electro Magnetic Induction | 13% | |
Optics & Waves | 3% | |
Modern Physics | 10% | |
Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves & Elasticity | 7% | |
Semi-Conductor Devices, Electromagnetic Waves and Principles of Communication | 13% | |
Chemistry | Organic Chemistry | 30% |
Inorganic Chemistry | 30% | |
Physical Chemistry | 40% | |
Mathematics | Co-Ordinate Geometry | 17% |
Calculus | 27% | |
Algebra | 27% | |
Vector/3-D Geometry | 10% | |
Trigonometry | 6% | |
Sets & Relations, Mathematical Reasoning, Statistics | 13% |
Detailed JEE Main 2018 analysis by FIITJEE
Marks distribution from class 11^{th} syllabus | ||
Subject | No. Of questions | Total marks |
Physics | 13 | 52 |
Chemistry | 17 | 68 |
Mathematics | 15 | 60 |
Marks distribution from class 12^{th} syllabus | ||
Subject | No. Of questions | Total marks |
Physics | 17 | 68 |
Chemistry | 13 | 52 |
Mathematics | 15 | 60 |
BRANCH WISE MARKS DISTRIBUTION
Physics | ||
Branch | No. Of questions | Total marks |
Mechanics | 9 | 36 |
Heat & thermodynamics | 2 | 8 |
Electrostatics & current electricity | 5 | 20 |
Magnetics & electromagnetic induction | 4 | 16 |
Optics & waves | 1 | 4 |
Modern physics | 3 | 12 |
Simple
Harmonic motion, waves & elasticity |
2 | 8 |
Semiconductor electronics, electromagnetic waves and principle of communications | 4 | 16 |
TOTAL | 30 | 120 |
Chemistry | ||
Branch | No. Of questions | Total marks |
Organic chemistry | 9 | 36 |
Inorganic chemistry | 9 | 36 |
Physical chemistry | 12 | 48 |
Total | 30 | 120 |
Mathematics | ||
Branch | No. Of questions | Total marks |
Co-ordinate geometry | 5 | 20 |
Calculus | 8 | 32 |
Algebra | 8 | 32 |
Vector/3-d geometry | 3 | 12 |
Trigonometry | 2 | 8 |
Sets, statistics & mathematical reasoning | 4 | 16 |
Total | 30 | 120 |
JEE Main 2018 analysis (Chapter-wise Level of Difficulty)
Chapter | Topic/Concept | Easy | Moderate | Difficult |
Application Of Derivatives | Orthogonality of curve | * | ||
Vector | Coplanar | * | ||
Limits | Concept of greatest Integer function | * | ||
3-Dimensional Geometry | Plane Contaning Line | * | ||
Definite Integrals | Property of definite Integral Area | * | ||
Area Under Curve | Area | * | ||
Trigonometric Equations | General Solution of Equation | * | ||
Application Of Derivatives | Local Minimum | * | ||
Indefinite Integrals | Integration of Trigonometric Function | * | ||
Probability | Conditional Probability | * | ||
Straight Lines | Ratio of ortho-centre, centroid and circumcentre | * | ||
Circle | Condition of tangency | * | ||
Complex Numbers | Cube root of unity | * | ||
Height & Distance | Angle of elevation | * | ||
Statistics | Standard deviation | * | ||
Binomial Theorem | Sum of coefficients | * | ||
Hyperbola | Concept of tangents | * | ||
Permutation & Combination | Arrangement of objects in a row | * | ||
Determinants | Solution of system of linear homogeneous equations | * | ||
Determinants | Algebraic Property of determinant | * | ||
Sets & Relations | Concept of subset | * | ||
Parabola | Tangents and normals | * | ||
Diffrentiability | Concept of diffrentiability at a point | * | ||
Mathematical Reasoning | Conjuction & Disjunction | * | ||
Straight Lines | Concept of locus | * | ||
Progression & Series | Sum of squares | * | ||
Differential Equations | First order Linear differential equation | * | ||
3-Dimensional Geometry | Projection of line on a plane | * | ||
Sets & Relations | Cardinal number | * | ||
Progression & Series | Sum of terms of an arithmatic progression | * | ||
Electrostatics Potential & Capacitance | Electric potential | * | ||
Systems of Particles and Rotational Motion | Moment of Inertia | * | ||
Systems of Particles and Rotational Motion | Moment of Inertia | * | ||
Semiconductor Electronics | Junction Diode | * | ||
Electromagnetic Waves | Polarisation | * | ||
Alternating Current | Quality factor | * | ||
Laws of Motion | Friction | * | ||
Work, Energy and Power | Head-on Collision | * | ||
Gravitation | Motion of Satellites | * | ||
Current Electricity | Kirchoff’s Laws | * | ||
Alternating Current | Power Factor | * | ||
Electromagnetic Waves | Speed of wave | * | ||
Principle of Communication | Communication | * | ||
Waves | Standing waves | * | ||
Nucleus | Collision | * | ||
Units and Measurment | Propagation of Error | * | ||
Thermodynamics | Adiabatic Process | * | ||
Mechanical Properties of Solids | Bulk Modulus | * | ||
Electrostatics Potential & Capacitance | Capacitance | * | ||
Moving Charges and Magnetism | Biot-Savart Law | * | ||
Atoms | Hydrogen Atom | * | ||
Heat & Thermodynamics | Kinetic Theory of gases | * | ||
Motion in a Straight Line | Graphs | * | ||
Moving Charges and Magnetism | Motion of charge in magnetic field | * | ||
Current Electricity | Measuring Instrument | * | ||
Current Electricity | Measuring Instrument | * | ||
Modern Physics | Hydrogen Atom | * | ||
Wave Optics | Interference & Diffraction | * | ||
Work, Energy and Power | Conservative force | * | ||
Simple Harmonic Motion | Equation of Simple Harmonic Motion | * | ||
Liquid Solution | Abnormal Colligative Properties | * | ||
Hydrogen | Hydrogen Peroxide | * | ||
Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques | Estimation of Nitrogen | * | ||
Biomolecules | Carbohydrate | * | ||
Ionic Equilibrium | Indicators | * | ||
Amines | Acids and Bases | * | ||
Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques | General Organic Chemistry | * | ||
Chemical Equlibrium | Le-Chatalier Principle | * | ||
Electrochemistry | Electrolysis | * | ||
Coordination compounds | Isomerism | * | ||
Alcohol, Ether and Phenol | Phenol | * | ||
Ionic Equilibrium | Solubility of Sparingly Soluble Salts | * | ||
Chemical Kinetics | Rate Law | * | ||
Thermodynamics | Thermochemistry | * | ||
Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry | Eudiometry on Gases | * | ||
Hydrocarbons | Reaction on alkynes | * | ||
p-Block Elements | Boron and Carbon Family | * | ||
Qualitative Analysis | Group – 3 | * | ||
Chemical Bonding | Molecular Orbital Theory | * | ||
Alcohols, Ethers and Phenol | Reaction on ethers | * | ||
Alcohol, Ether and Phenol | Kolbe Schmidt Reaction | * | ||
Chemical Bonding | Nature of Bonds | * | ||
Solid – State | Imperfections | * | ||
Alkyl and Aryl Halides | Competition between Substitution and Elimination | * | ||
p-Block Elements | Nitrogen Family | * | ||
Ionic Equilibrium | Acids and Bases | * | ||
Redox Reactions | Oxidation State | * | ||
Environmental Chemistry | Drinking water | * | ||
Ionic Equilibrium | Hydrolysis | * | ||
Chemical Bonding | Structure | * |
Here we are providing the JEE Main 2017 cut off and analysis by FIITJEE for your reference:
JEE Main 2017 cut off and analysis by FIITJEE
Category | JEE Main 2017 Cut off |
Common Merit List (CML) | 115 |
Other Backward Class (OBC – NCL) | 85 |
Scheduled Caste (SC) | 55 |
Scheduled Tribe (ST) | 50 |
- The exam pattern of the paper 1 for JEE Main 2017 was similar to the exam of 2011 to 2016.
- There were 30 objective type questions each in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
- The official marking scheme for JEE Main 2017 set by CBSE stated that the candidate will get 4 marks for each right answer and I mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
- The paper was et from CBSE syllabus of 11^{th} and 12^{th} standard
- Overall the exam was balanced
- Questions were conceptual and based on analytical skills
- 25 questions were easy, 53 questions were of moderately difficult & 12 questions were relatively difficult.
- In the Chemistry section, 2 or 3 questions required deep conceptual understanding
- In Mathematics, few questions were lengthy.
- The overall difficulty level of the JEE Main 2017 paper was between easy to moderate.