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Is it hard to score in JEE Advanced?
The JEE Advanced exam is undoubtedly very difficult, with questions framed in a way which requires a deep understanding of subjects, expertise and skills to answer.
Is getting 100 marks easy in JEE Advanced?
No, it is not at all hard to get 90-100 marks in JEE Advanced actually it’s very easy but it depends on the difficulty level of question paper.
Is it easy to score above 200 in JEE Advanced?
It all depends upon your strategy and hardwork. Follow the correct straregy and yes you can get 200 matks in 4 months provided you work really hard and follow the correct strategy and solve mock tests.
Can an average person crack JEE Advanced?
Short Answer – Yes, an average student can absolutely crack IIT JEE provided he/ she is ready to work hard with consistency. There have been many average students who cleared JEE with good ranks.
What if I fail in JEE Advanced?
Nothing, you will still get admission in an engineering colleges based in your jee mains score. JEE Advanced is conducted for admission in 23 IITs in the country.
What happens if I get 100 marks in JEE Advanced?
Yes. Students with 100 marks in the exam have chances for admission to the IITs.
Is 40 easy to score in JEE Advanced?
It is very easy to get 40 – 50 marks in chemistry.
Can I get IIT with 70 marks in JEE Advanced?
You can’t get seat in IIT at 70 marks. You should have minimum 100 to 110 marks then you get seat in IIT. .
Is 50 good in JEE Advanced?
Scoring 50% marks in JEE Advance is very good score which will eventually get you a seat in India’s premium Institute for Engineering that is IITs. There are total 11k to 12k seats in IIT and by scoring that much marks you can get around 2k general rank which is very good to persue your favourite branch.
Is getting 120 marks in JEE Advanced Easy?
If you study hard nothing is impossible even scoring 100-120 in jee advanced is not hard. Stay positive and work hard. Now I am gonna tell you few strategies that gonna help you in jee advanced: Calculation and manipulation techniques: you have to be sharp at your calculations and interpretation of the problem.