JEE MAIN 2019 NEWS
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The computer based test of JEE Main concluded successfully today. Over a total of 330,000 candidates appeared for the test. Conducted in two sessions, the difficulty level of CBT was similar to offline exam of April 02. However, the Mathematics section was tougher than offline session JEE Main 2017. As per reports and statements from various test takers, the test was lengthy and required proper attention till the end. “I could have managed to score 250 or more easily if I just started with Chemistry or Physics. Most of my time was consumed by Mathematics because I started with it. I had solved a lot of previous year papers and sample papers. I always begun with mathematics. I guess i was wrong.” said, Abhay Maurya who appeared for Second session of JEE Main CBT today.
#JEEMAIN2017 online exam ... Maths tough, Chemistry easy and Physics was moderately difficult ...— Richa Kapoor (@krichakapoor) April 8, 2017
With the first day of computer based test concluding successfully, CBSE is all set to conduct CBT again on April 09 as well. The candidates appearing for CBT tomorrow should expect a lengthy paper based on today’s experience and are advised to begin with a section which they are best at. Commenting on the right way to approach JEE Main, a senior official in the board said, “There is no right or wrong way to attempt any paper. Over the passing years and growing influence of coaching institutes, we look for candidates with clear basics and methodical approach. Anyway, you should always begin with section you know, it will get your momentum up and set you in the right mood for the other sections that could be harder.”
Following the trends of CAT and GATE, CBSE provided online mock test to introduce candidates with computer based test of JEE Main. Candidates appearing for exam on April 09 are advised to check the JEE Main Question Paper and Answer Keys of previous sessions to score better in the exam.
Over a total of 2,000,000 registered candidates, 11.99 lakh students appeared for offline test and almost 3.6 lakh students appeared for computer based test on April 08. According to records available, it is expected that over 1,800,000 students will be competing against a handful of 30,000 seats. The Result of JEE Main 2017 will be announced at jeemain.nic.in on or before April 28. The top 220,000 students will be invited to register for JEE Advanced which is scheduled May 21.
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