Finally, JEE Main exams’ June session ended on 30th June. To our surprise, over 10 lakh students had registered for this examination and out of which only 2.5 Lakh candidates will be shortlisted to appear for the JEE Advanced 2022 exam. The minimum score required to clear the exam will shortly be released by NTA. The student who will clear this cut-off will get qualified for the IIT JEE exam.
The JEE exam session 1 was conducted for over 7 days and witnessed 10 lakh brilliant minds struggling hard to make their way to some prestigious institutions and colleges of the nation. Since the session has ended, NTA will now start with the result compilation process. Experts have started giving their feedback and reviews on the exam pattern and most of them found the exam between easy to moderate range. Based on the exam analysis conducted, experts have also released a predicted cut-off for their year’s JEE Main 2022. Even after the exam was at a moderate level and doable at the same time, the experts have predicted that the cut-off will increase from last year. The reason being, the number of candidates who appeared for the exam was as high as 10 Lakh students due to which the cut-off is expected to increase. However, students need not worry a lot about this because the increase will be of one or two percentile. No huge margins will be there. So, the students who had studied hard, practiced a lot of mock tests, and maintained calmness in the exam hall will surely get what they deserve.
Let’s have a look at the previous year’s cut-off and see what can be the cut-off this year. The general category cut-off for the year 2020 was 90 percentile. However, this dipped to 87 in the year 2021. So for this year, this percentile can rise to 89-91. Considering the level of difficulty for this year’s JEE main exam, this score is quite achievable provided you had studied well.
All the best to every aspirant! Wishing you all the best of your luck and may you all clear this cut-off with flying colors.
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