JEE Advanced 2018 is going to be conducted on 20th May 2018, JEE Exam is the entrance test that underpins everything in the life of engineering students who want to pursue Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in their respective field. JEE Advanced is conducted by different IITs every year, there are many turns and twists in the exam and thus students can never predict the difficulty level of the exam. JEE Advanced 2018 is going to be conducted by IIT- Kanpur this year and the question paper will be designed by different professors of the institute.
Even if the exam will be tough, it should not curtail the aspirant’s years of JEE Advanced preparation, it just has to be honed by proper devotion and dedication. This year in JEE Advanced, qualifying students slab has increased by additional 4 thousand who can qualify in the exam, which means there will be a total of 2.24 Lakh candidates who will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced. So naturally, the expected competition increases every year and even leads to a slight increase in difficulty level or change in pattern, which may result in lower cut-offs. JEE Ranks are always based on relative performance so it’s important for the students to believe in their potential and years of hard work.
Cut off 2018 Announcement
The cut off of JEE Advanced will be released on the official website after examination. Aspirants who cross the cut off slab will be given a rank based on their scores. Aspirants must have their roll number and date of birth to access the result of JEE Advanced. If the student qualifies the exam, the rank and the respective college will be specified on the official website of JEE Advanced 2018.
After declaring the result, the conducting committee (IIT Kanpur is conducting JEE Advanced 2018) release the cut off marks on the official website. Generally, the cut off is based upon the difficulty level of the JEE Advanced question paper. If the question paper is very difficult then the JEE Advanced cut off will be low and vice versa. In the last few years, there is a substantial increase in the cut offs of JEE Advanced. This trend of Cut off which is going higher with every increasing year indicates a stiff growing competition for JEE Advanced Exam. Candidates who want to participate in the counseling procedure must cross the JEE Advanced cut off 2018 marks.
Conventional exam pattern of IIT JEE Advanced 2018
- There will be 2 paper patterns, namely Paper 1 and Paper 2 in the JEE Advanced 2018 exam.
- Each paper will have 3 sections– Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
- The duration of each paper would be 3 hours.
- As per the official JEE Advanced 2018 announcement, the exam will be conducted completely via online mode.
- The exam will be conducted in both English and Hindi languages.
- The previous years marking pattern will be followed. There will be MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), Single answer type, and NAT (numerical answer type) type questions. There will be
>>Zero marking – For questions which are not attempted.
>>Negative marking – For incorrect response/ answers.
>>Full marking – For answers which are correct.
>>Partial marking – For questions which are near to correct answer.
- The question paper will consist of two types of questions, MCQ and NAT in the JEE Advanced 2018.
- The JEE Advanced 2017 (previous year) the exam was of 306 marks in total consisting of 54 questions, each paper carrying 183 marks.
JEE Advanced has a remarkable history of startling the candidates with the difficulty levels. Candidates must expect the unexpected level of questions in the exam. Well, whatever the question paper level will be, the candidate should always be mentally prepared for the unpredictable exam. Whether JEE 2018 will be difficult or easy, leaving that behind student must focus on the last minute preparation and revision.
If the student is clear with his concepts well from the syllabus and practiced enough questions of JEE Advanced level, you will clear JEE Advanced 2018.