In India, the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an engineering entrance exam that students take in order to gain admission to engineering colleges. There are two different parts involved in the test: JEE Main and JEE Advanced. There are still doubts running around this set of exams. Young students & applicants feel perplexed with the subject lists, dates, timings etc. Hence to help them solve, let’s dive into a few frequently asked questions which students have.
- What is the JEE exam?
JEE or Joint Entrance Exam, is an all-India level engineering entrance examination held to facilitate admissions into various undergraduate technical programmes provided at prominent schools like IITs, NITs, and IIITs, among others.
- How is the JEE divided into two exams?
JEE is divided into 2 parts: JEE Mains and JEE advanced. JEE Mains is the first phase of the exam. Once cleared, the applicant gets to appear for JEE advanced.
- Why are JEE exams difficult to crack?
JEE is the ideal exam for almost all applicants in India who want to build their future perfectly. IIT JEE, on the other hand, is not simply another test that can be passed without appropriate study and skill set. There are several reasons why IIT JEE is the most difficult examination on the globe and is among the top ten most difficult tests in India.
- What is a good score in JEE Mains?
A good JEE Main score starts from the 250+ benchmark. If you score between 150-200 for JEE Main, you are likely to get into top NITs based on the JEE Main cut-offs of previous years. Additionally, you will qualify for the Advanced JEE and the IITs. Good percentile ranges from 90 to 98, average percentile ranges from 70-89 and a low percentile is below 60.
- Will there be negative markings in the JEE Main 2021 exam?
In the event that a candidate answers an MCQ incorrectly, they will be a deduction in marks by one mark. There will be no negative marking if the response to a question requires a numerical value.
- Will a candidate be able to select a different form of examination?
Candidates will be required to take the examination exclusively through an electronic computer. No other form of examination is available.
- Can a candidate apply for the remaining session if he or she did not apply for the February session 2021?
If a candidate did not apply for the February Session, he or she may still apply for the remaining Sessions. The application window will be momentarily reopened following the announcement of the February/March/April Session results.
Lastly, to sum up, the JEE sure is one of the toughest competitive examinations. But with smart planning, toppers’ tips & dedication, one can excel in their mains and advance with good marks and percentile. There is strong competition, but one is sure to match up the pace with the right effort.