is iitjee 2012 going to be easy or tuff compared to previous jee papers?? and whats iit delhis trend of setting paper, tuff or easy??

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Dear Murali,


From the past records it is observed that the paper set by IIT Delhi is always a tougher one.


Practise as much questions as possible


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