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  • IIT-JEE 2012 expected cut-offs and qualifying ranks for all categories

    IIT-JEE-2012-expected-cut-offs-and-qualifying-ranks-for-all-categories
    Nearly five lakh candidates appeared for the joint entrance exam (JEE) of IITs on Sunday. While many aspirants were relieved that the 'most difficult' of all engineering entrance exams was through now, others seemed anxious about their performance which will make or mar their chances of admission to any of the 15 IITs in the country besides IT-BHU and ISM-Dhanbad . The exam was held in two parts and each paper was three-hour-long .

    Though they had a back-breaking time attempting the papers, many candidates felt that the first part was simpler than the second and JEE this year seemed a bit simpler than previous years.

    Amongst all the various cut-offs floating on the internet, FaaDoOEngineers.com brings the most authentic cut-offs for IIT-JEE 2012 with detailed analysis and review.

    Expected Cut Offs for IIT JEE 2012

    Marks
    Ranks
    Less than 190
    > 8500
    200 – 210
    < 8500
    210 – 220
    < 7000
    220 – 230
    < 6200
    230 – 240
    < 5500
    240 – 250
    < 4000
    250 – 260
    < 3000
    260 – 270
    < 2100
    270 – 280
    < 1500
    280 – 290
    < 1200
    290 – 300
    < 700
    300 – 310
    < 500
    310 – 320
    < 350
    320 – 330
    < 200
    More than 330
    < 100

    Merit List Expected Minimum Qualifying Marks & Ranking

    Category
    Chemistry Cut-off (Subject-wise)
    Physics Cut-off (Subject-wise)
    Mathematics Cut-off (Subject-wise)
    Merit list Expected cut-off marks
    GE 22 20 34 255
    OBC 16 15 29 234
    SC 10 11 18 125
    ST 9 9 17 119
    PD 10 11 17 118


    IIT JEE 2012 board has announced publicly before the entrance exams of 2012 that the IIT JEE 2012 cutoff will be as per given below-

    • IIT JEE 2012 Cut off For General Category of Students: Overall Cut Off will be 35 % and Subject-wise IIT JEE 2012 cut off will be 10%
    • IIT JEE 2012 Cut off For OBC category of students: Overall Cut Off will be 31.5% and subject-wise Cut off will be 9%
    • IIT JEE 2012 Cut off For SC and ST students: Overall CutOff will be 17.5% and subjective Cut off 5%

    For a better clarity, let’s take an example, if you are appearing for IIT JEE 2012 and each subject is of 100 marks then total marks will be 300, out of 300 you have to fight for the cutoff in order to get success in IIT-JEE 2012.

    Suppose you are a general category student. To Crack the IIT JEE 2012, you must have to crack the cut offs of IIT JEE 2012 as the overall cutoff is 35% hence you should have to get 35% marks of total marks i.e you will have to get 105 marks out of 300 marks (35% of 300=105 to overcome the IIT JEE 2012 cutoff and also you have to cross the subject-wise IIT JEE 2012 cutoff limit.

    So getting more than 105 marks are not enough only. You will have to achieve subjective cut off that is 10% for general category students, that means you have to get 10% of more than 10% marks in each subject i.e you need to get more than 5 marks(10% of 50 marks) in each of three subject if you want to crack IIT JEE 2012.

    So as A Conclusion, if you want to crack the cutoff and want to get success in IIT JEE 2012 then you will have to get atleast 5 marks in each subject and also a total of 105 marks as per this example.

    JEE 2012 Paper I Details

    • Paper 1 had 60 questions in total in the order of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
    • Each subject had 20 questions and the pattern was exactly the same for all the subjects
    • The maximum marks for the paper were 210 i.e. 70 for each subject
    • Equal weightage was given to each subject
    • Paper was having questions of only three types
      • Multiple Choice Questions with Single Correct Option
      • Multiple Choice Questions with Multiple Correct Option
      • Numeric Response Type of Questions


    JEE 2012 Paper II Details

    • Paper 2 also had 60 questions in total in the order of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
    • Each subject had 20 questions and the pattern was exactly the same for all the subjects
    • This paper had questions based on comprehensions also
    • The maximum marks for the paper were 198 i.e. 66 for each subject
    • Equal weightage was given to each subject
    • Paper was having questions of only three types
      • Multiple Choice Questions with Single Correct Option
      • Comprehension Based Questions with Single Correct Option
      • Multiple Choice Questions with Multiple Correct Option


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