SIR PEOPLE ARE EXPECTING THE CUT-OFF TO BE HIGHER THIS TIME COMPARED TO LAST YEAR (1) BECAUSE THE PAPER WAS EASY. BUT (A)THIS TIME THE PAPER WAS FOR 480 UNLIKE LAST YEARS 489 AND (B)ABSENCE OF PARTIAL MARKING .... SIR 2010 JEE WAS ALSO EASY COMPARITIVELY ISNT IT SO WILL THE LITTLE BIT EXTRA EASINESS OF JEE 11 COMPARED TO JEE 10 ISNT IT AFFECTED BY POINTS A AND B AND ALSO SIR WILL THE WRONG QUESTIONS IN CASE IDNTIFIED AS WRONG BE DISQUALIFIED OR DELETED ? 
                   

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JEE 2011 Cut-off is expected to decrease from what it was in JEE 2010. The marking scheme was similar to JEE 2009. Expecting the level of the paper to be easy in 2009, the coaching institutions expected cut-off to rise over 210 in 2009 but it dropped to 178 when IIT Results were out. The same thing is going to repeat again. It is clear fact that because there was No Partial Marking in Multiple Answer Type and increase in number of them than in 2010, there will be the loss of at least 20 - 30 marks to all the students. Well, the students whose concepts will be clear are going to get a rocking total than they had expected but on the average, marks scored will be lower than 2010. Also, comparing with JEE 2009, 2011 paper Maths and Physics were good. Physics had good Integer Type Questions in both the papers. Maths was easy (Not Lenghty mind it...but problems were good) and Chemistry Paper 1 was boo - boo but Paper 2 was all unexpected..difficult. So, On-the-whole,  cut-off will be even less than 2009.

Interesting fact is that in 2009, Coaching Institutions and websites predicted 210 Cut-off which turned out to be 178 and in 2010, they predicted 175 which turned out to be 190. So, they themselves don't know what actually the average performance of students all over India is. Good students are going to get more than 2009 but average ones (those who were to score 240 - 250 if it were 2010 like paper) will go down to 200 - 230.

Here is the Rank Prediction every 500 Rank:

0001 - 450
0501 - 350
1001 - 315
1501 - 270
2001 - 240
2501 - 230
3001 - 220
3501 - 210
4001 - 200
4501 - 195
5001 - 190
5501 - 185
6001 - 180
6501 - 177
7000 - 174
7501 - 171
8001 - 169
8295 - 165

So, there's nothing to worry if you are scoring 175+.

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