JEE Main 2018 Cut Off and Analysis By Plancess

10 Apr, 2018

JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by Plancess is available to the candidates, as the conduct of the JEE Main 2018 offline exam on 8th April 2018 by CBSE has finished. Plancess will also release the cut off and analysis for JEE Main 2018 exam after the conduct of exam  15th April, and 16th April 2018. CBSE has conducted the JEE Main 2018 offline exam on 8th April 2018, and the online exam will be conducted by CBSE on 15th and 16th April 2018. The Plancess institute along with the other coaching institutes will release the expected cut off for JEE Main 2018 exam before the official declaration of the result and official cut off for the exam. The expected cut offs will be released to give all the candidates an estimation of the probable scores they would need to be eligible for the admissions through JEE Main exam in various government and non-government institutes in various engineering and architecture courses. The aspiring candidates appearing for the exam will get a chance to evaluate their performance in the exam, and estimate their chances to get admissions in various government and non-government institutes for engineering and architecture through the JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by Plancess.

Last year, Plancess released expected cut off and analysis for JEE Main 2017 exam. In 2017, the offline exam was conducted by CBSE on 2nd April 2017. All the aspirants who appeared for the JEE Main exam in 2017, through the cut off and exam analysis by Plancess  were able to check their performance and expected cut off before the release of official answer key and official cut off for JEE Main 2017 by CBSE.

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  • The exam analysis for JEE Main 2018 by Plancess specifies the topics covered in the exam from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics subjects, the weightage given to each topic, and the overall difficulty level of the different sets of the JEE Main 2018 question paper. The expected cutoff 2018 by the Plancess and other coaching institutes are the expected minimum score estimated by them to indicate the chances of a candidate to qualify for the JEE Main 2018 exam, and to be eligible for the admissions through this entrance exam. The expected JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by Plancess is indicated and predicted by the coaching institute as per the marking criteria and previous year cut off trends followed by CBSE. Aspirants can use the JEE Main 2018 cut off and analysis by Plancess to get an idea about their chances of getting admission in different government and non-government institutes.

    JEE Main 2018 Expected Cutoff By Plancess

    The cut-off of the paper should lie between 98 to 105. Overall the paper was similar to that of last year’s paper. It was moderately easier this year. The candidates who had their thorough preparations must have no problem solving this paper. As per the syllabus defined, the weightage of marks across all the topics were distributed well. There was no special focus on any topic in any of the subject.

    Physics was the tough one. It had a blend of conceptual and calculative questions. Despite the fact that it was not an extremely long from calculation perspective yet it required a more profound conceptual understanding in many questions. Questions based on syllabus from 12th standard were more than from the 11th standard syllabus. 17 questions were from 12th standard syllabus and 13 questions from 11th standard. In Physics, a large portion of the questions were asked from Electrodynamics and afterward, it was Mechanics.

    According to the past patterns, this year again Chemistry was a bit lengthy. 14 questions were asked from 12th standard syllabus, and 16 questions were from 11th standard syllabus. A large portion of the questions were either simple or direct, excluding 3-4 questions.  The questions from 11th standard syllabus had somewhat more weightage than 12th standard syllabus. Overall there were 41 questions from 12th standard syllabus and 49 questions were from 11th standard syllabus. Physical Chemistry overwhelmed the majority of the questions and afterward, it was Organic Chemistry.

    In Mathematics, Algebra was the zone from where the majority of the questions were asked and after that it was from Calculus.

    Plancess released the JEE Main 2017 exam analysis and expected cut off as well. The exam analysis and expected cut off for JEE Main 2017 exam was released by Plancess after the conduct of JEE Main 2017 exam on 2nd April 2017. Plancess released the exam analysis for JEE Main 2017 offline paper.

    JEE Main 2017 Expected Cutoff By Plancess

    Category JEE Main 2017 Cutoff
    Common Merit List (CML) 110
    Other Backward Class (OBC – NCL) 72
    Scheduled Caste (SC) 52
    Scheduled Tribe (ST) 46

     

    JEE Main 2017 Exam Analysis by Plancess

    Mathematics

    The questions in the Mathematics section were lengthy and required lot of calculations. The most important aspect was time management for the students.

    Physics

    In Physics section of the exam, 14 questions were asked from 11th standard syllabus and 16 questions were from 12th standard syllabus. The questions in the exam were direct and were less complicated. 11 questions in the physics section were simple, 10 questions were moderately difficult and 9 questions were difficult.

    Chemistry

    Mostly the questions in chemistry were from the NCERT syllabus, and only required merely theoretical knowledge. 11 questions were from 11th standard and 19 questions were from 12th standard. In chemistry section of JEE Main 2017 exam, 12 questions were moderately difficult, 7 questions were difficult, and 11 questions were very simple.

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