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Three Students of Jaipur selected in JEE Mains 2016


The JEE mains 2016 result was announced on Wednesday. Out of total 360 Jaipur got 320 marks.  According to the results of online and offline exam conducted by CBSE a total of 200000 students have been selected on national level.

Here are the details of cut off:

  • General: 100
  • OBC: 70
  • SC: 52
  • ST: 48

 

The cutoff is lower than the previous year. Last year it was 112 while this year the cutoff is 100.

According to the experts the competition level of JEE advance will be increased as 200000 students have been selected on national level while last year it was only 150000. In this exam the students getting more than 200 marks are considered to be good performer. Aman Bansal, Syamanatak Kumar and Yash Chowdhary succeeded in secured tip position by getting 320 marks.

Here are the marks secured by others:

  • Vlay Agrawal: 316
  • Sushil kheliya: 310
  • Ashish mittal: 305
  • gaurva didwabia: 304
  • Mudit surana: 303
  • divyansh garg: 302
  • Kaustav yacha: 300
  • SHivanm Mitttal: 295
  • Akarsh Giyak: 295
  • Hash Jain: 291

JEE Advance exam will be conducted on 22 may

What Experts Say?

Experts believe that there will be tough competition in  JEE advance exams this year because of the high number of students (200000) and the JEE mains marks will not be added. Expert Ashish Arora said that the advance exam can be extremely tough for the students who have secured  150 or lower marks students are focused more on their weak areas while Pooja Bansal, also an expert, said that students have focused  more in their weak areas. Dhruv Banerjee told that the cutoff was low as the paper was tough. It resulted in high selection and now the competition  level will be increased in advance exam.

Balanced Schedule is their key to success

As per the discussion with Aman Bansal, Syamantak Kunar and Yash Chaudhary, they had used other reference books in addition to NCERT books. They also concentrated o Math practice. They used to rise up by  5 AM in the early morning. However they combined study and play to maintain a balance. They used to study 10 hours every day. For the better allocation of time they had divided the 10 hours in a slot and would progress further only after clearing the previous doubts as the doubts results in confusion during exams. For JEE advance they will strengthen their strong points while working on their weak points.

Useful Tips

  • For the preparation of Advance exam solve at least 50 questions of each subject
  • Use the papers of last 30 years as samples for a good practice
  • In advance exams' paper the main focus is on concept application based question rather than direct numericals. It naturally increases the time to solve the paper. So try to focus more on Concept Application based questions
  • Instead of monotonous schedule it is best to set allocate some time sports too that will offer a welcome respite to the fatigued brain
  • The JEE Advance paper is based on logic and scientific application while mains paper is based on NCERT
  • Constantly try to solve the mock papers within 3 hours to improve your speed
  • Most of the students focus only on their weakly topic without focusing much on the strong ones. But it is extremely impotent to pay reasonable attention to weak as well as strong topics.
  • While you learn the theory you should also practice the related application as it will help to clear the concept.

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