JEE Main Expected Cut Off 2015 – It may be 120

Hundreds of thousands of students took the IIT Joint Entrance Exam on 4th of April 2015. There were many examination Centres for the examinees. The Test is meant to give admission to the Engineering programs in the most reputed institutes of the country.

JEE Main Expected Cut Off 2015

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Some of the Premiere Institutes are Indian Institutes of Technology etc. It was the paper with Multiple Choice Questions ( MCQs ). As the paper was meant for 12th class Students, the syllabus was prepared from the syllabi of 10+1 and 10+2 Non-medical.

After the Exam the examinees were on the look out for the JEE Main Answer keys. Some Coaching Centres didn’t take much time to prepare and publish the Answer keys at their respective Websites.

The students were also curious to know about their exam performance and the their chances of getting admissions to the highly esteemed institutions of the country. The formula is – the more marks you get in the written exam, the better chances you will have of confirming your slot in the good institutions of your choice.

What may be the JEE Main Cut Off this Year ?

There are a large no of coaching institutes which provide coaching for JEE Main. They interviewed their Students and speculated about the Expected Cut Off. We also discussed the tutors of some of the coaching centres.

One teacher who gives his services at a very reputed coaching centre told us that this year the JEE Main Cut Off may be somewhere 120. He gave the reason to consolidate his point that the exam of this year was easy as comparison to the one last year. He gave the complete analysis of the exam. Acc to him –

  • Most of the good students were able to solve only 22 to 23 questions out of 30 questions of Physics.
  • The score in Mathematics is expected 25 out of 30 for really bright candidates.
  • It is also expected that the good candidates may get 26 out of 30 marks.

Class-wise Distribution of marks in JEE Main –

  • Out of 30 questions in Physics, 17 were from 12th class and 13 from 11.
  • In maths there were 17 questions from 11 and 13 from 12th class.
  • In Chemistry there were 15-15 questions from each of the classes.

There were in all 90 questions with each question was of 4 marks making it a paper of 360 marks. There was also the provision of the Negative marking. As per the view of many teachers, the JEE Cut Off may be 120 this year as against the last year’s 115. If any of the students get 120 marks this time, he/she will have the chance of reaching the main stage i.e. JEE Advance.

Updated: April 7, 2015 — 10:22 pm

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