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Was 2015 JEE Advanced Paper tough?
The format of the JEE Advanced 2015 paper was among the toughest of all times, with no single correct questions and with high negative markings. Though the paper did contain solvable questions, the paper being lengthy hampered the students from scoring to their best.
Why was JEE 1997 Cancelled?
The foolproof image of JEE was badly dented in 1997, when the IITs had to cancel the exam after all the papers were leaked.
Who topped JEE Advanced 2015?
The JEE Advanced 2015 topper Satvat Jagwani chose IIT Kanpur along with 3077 others. He was a native of Madhya Pradesh and scored 469 marks out of 504. This year, most of the students (6838) applied for admission to IIT-Bombay along with the topper.
Which year was JEE Mains toughest?
Hello sir, JEE Mains 2021 March 16 Shift 2 was by date the toughest paper of JEE mains.
How many students appeared for JEE Mains 2014?
As per the details provided by Pandey, in 2014 the number of candidates appearing in JEE (Main) was 12,90,028 which came down to 12,34,760 in 2015 and 12,07,058 in 2016.
How many students appeared for JEE Mains 2010?
Totally 11.2 lakh students registered for AIEEE(JEE main) in 2010 and among them 10.7 lakh students given their exam.
How many students appeared for JEE Main 2013?
The Joint Engineering Entrance – main, formerly known as the All India Engineering Entrance Examination, had registered a record 14 lakh candidates for the 2013 exams.
Is JEE 2023 still possible?
They can fancy their chances with IIT with lots of practice and hard work, and other good colleges will become a fallback option. Still, there is lots of time left for JEE 2023. Even if a student makes up his mind and starts following a strategic approach, JEE 2023 can be a success.
Are JEE students decreasing?
An analysis of the JEE’s data since 2014 has shown a downward trend over the last eight years. According to the report, the registrations have gone down from 83.1% in 2014 to 61.5% students in 2022.
Who has cracked JEE without coaching?
Take for example Ankit Jalan, AIR 45 rank IIT JEE 2011. For him, the self-study was the only success mantra. In an interview, Ankit has sworn by the effectiveness of self-study and had confirmed that he had never been to a coaching institute.