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My Experience with IIIT Jee Main Exam

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Lets go with JEE Mains. My center was Ajmer. There was some old school outside the city in which I was supposed to appear. Now I got no class to sit in. It was a semi room type structure with 3 sides and ceilings. The 4th side was completely open to outer world (fascinating view)!! Now the chairs we had were of college type. A chair with a little board fixed on it on right side. I didn't feel comfortable at all. I had to continuously shuffle my question paper and answer sheet one above other, pretty annoying!!! And to add to problem some random honey-bee flew near me for about 30 min (Oh geeezz that humming sound).

My JEE-Advance had less troubles. My center was Jaipur. Now I got a beautiful school (no sarcasm) and I was quite happy. Now advance happens in May. It is literally scorching in Jaipur. 5 min after exams started power went off!! It didn't came for another hour. Sweating we wrote our first paper.

posted Feb 20, 2018 by anonymous

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I was admitted to a JEE coaching institute in class 11. Since I wanted to pursue engineering, I wanted to do my B.Tech from one of the most premier institutes in India. To achieve what I wanted, I had no other option than to study hard and crack the JEE to get into an IIT.

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This is the phase when there are lots of distractions. Your friends might want to bunk classes and go out for a movie instead. Some students skip the class tests too. Some students just come to the classes but the play mobile games instead and don’t listen to the teacher. You need to be aware that these short-term pleasures of movie, games, etc. won’t do any good to your career and if you waste this precious time, it would certainly affect your career. Make friends wisely so that they don’t have a bad influence on you. During my preparation time, I had very few friends and they were my competitors too who pushed me to work harder.

If you perform well, some people might be jealous of you and will try to bring down your performance. Be wary of such people and try to minimise your interaction with them, as these people would just bring negativity in your life, and you just cannot afford to think about such nuisance when you have a lot more important things to ponder upon.

Sometimes, some students might bring random questions and ask you. You might get frustrated on not being able to solve them. So it is advisable to only solve questions from books or the study material of you coaching institute. Once, a classmate of mine gave me a question on Integration, which was unsolvable (not all Integrals possess a solution). I spent about three hours on that question only to realize that the Integral was unsolvable, after I asked that question to my teacher. Then my teacher advised me to solve questions only from standard sources and not the ones given by any other person (except the teachers of course <img alt="

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JEE Main is conducted every year and many candidates apply for the Exam every year , last year the JEE Main as well as JEE Main Paper 2 Cutoff was as follows

General -81 Marks

OBC -49 Marks

SC-32 Marks

ST-27 Marks

Well the JEE Cutoff depends on the exam level as well as the No. of students appears in the exam every year . This year the Cutoff is likely to be increased

General-85-90 marks

OBC – 50-55 marks

SC-35-38 marks

ST- 28-32 marks

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JEE Exam is one of the most popular & toughest exam in India for Engineering Aspirants.

Many students prepare for the exam every year to get admission in the dream college known as IIT 'S and NIT 's

The JEE Mains Cut off was as follows

General -81 Marks

OBC -49 Marks

SC-32 Marks

ST-27 Marks

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