What You Need To Do After Taking JEE Main 2018

Posted By: Sashikanth

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), which took place on Sunday, i.e., Apr 8, has opened the gates for other entrance examinations in the country. Over 10 lakh candidates appeared for the sixth edition of JEE Main, including abroad examination centres, out of which only 2.2 lakh candidates will be shortlisted for the next round of the selection process, JEE Advanced.

There is a mixed reaction from the students who appeared for JEE Main. A few students felt that the mathematics paper was neither easy nor tough. However, many students felt that the physics section was very tough; they complained that time was not sufficient to attempt all the questions.

Aspirants from all over the country have expressed one common opinion - the calculation part in physics section consumed a lot of time. After JEE Main, students should immediately start assessing the different possible ways they can go now that the exam is done.

What To Do After JEE Main 2018

Check JEE Main Answer Key

JEE Main 2018 official answer key will be available only on Apr 24. Don't wait till the end, verify your answers with any coaching institute. Though it is not official, most of the answers will be correct. After this, assess whether you qualify or not based on the previous year's cut-off.

Know The Cut-off

As we got mixed reactions from students, we think the paper was moderately difficult. Considering the previous year's weightage, we believe that the cut-off for JEE Main 2018 will fall between 90 and 100.

Start Preparing For JEE Advanced

If you feel that you will be one amongst the shortlisted students or will fall around the qualifying marks, start your preparation for the next round, i.e., JEE Advanced. Only the top 2.24 lakh candidates will be shortlisted to take JEE Advanced, which will take place on May 20, 2018. However, the registrations for JEE Advanced will commence from May 2.

What To Do After JEE Main 2018

JoSAA Counselling

You might be wondering why we mentioned the counselling prior to JEE Advanced. Students should know about the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) counselling prior to the JEE Main results. If you are not eligible for JEE Advanced, the score in JEE Main will be considered for admissions into the top engineering institutes. So, know all about the JoSAA and its process.

Opt Other Entrance Examinations

Undoubtedly, JEE stands tall in the country for admissions to engineering courses. If you found that you failed to meet your dream with JEE, start preparing for other national entrance examinations, such as BITSAT. Aspirants can even opt for the state-level entrance examinations to get admissions in the top institutes in their respective states. Explore our special feature on the top 10 state-level engineering entrance examinations.

As JEE Advanced and JoSAA are going to take place within a month, keep following us for more updates and news related to JEE.

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