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In-Depth Analysis of JEE Main 2015 Results

JEE Main 2015 ResultsCBSE has announced the cutoff for JEE Main 2015 on April 27, 2015 at 3.00 pm. This cutoff is the minimum score that is required to be eligible for appearing in the 2nd stage of the entrance examination (JEE Advanced) for obtaining admission to the different IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) spread across the nation. This year (2015), the JEE Cutoff is 105 marks for General Category in comparison with 2014’s JEE Cutoff, which was 115. Candidates belonging to General Category who have scored above the cutoff will be eligible for appearing for JEE Advanced on 24th May 2015.

Steps for Obtaining 2015 JEE Main Results/Cutoff Scores

  1. Candidates need to login to the official website, which is www.jeemain.nic.in

  2. After logging in, candidates need to click on the Result section

  3. Click on the JEE Main Result Link

  4. Key in the required details and click on “submit”

  5. After submitting the details, the results will be displayed

  6. Save and preserve it for use in the future.

Total Number of Students

In comparison with 2014, the number of IIT aspirants this year has decreased by 50,000. The number of JEE Main 2015 applicants stands at 13.03 lakh candidates. Of the total number of applicants, over three lakh candidates appeared for JEE Main 2015 for admission to different B.E. and B.Tech courses.

Total Number of Marks

Each subject (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) will feature 30 questions, taking the total no. of questions to 90. Each subject has equal weightage, and each question carries four marks for a right answer, taking the total number of marks to 360. There will be deduction of 1 mark for every wrong answer entered on the basis of negative marking, i.e. 1/4th of the total marks for each question.

2015 JEE Main Cutoffs

Category Name

JEE Main Cutoff Score (2015)

JEE Main Cutoff Score (2014)

General Category

105

115

OBC – NCL

70

74

SC

50

53

ST

44

47

  • The Cutoff for JEE Main has been announced for the 2nd stage of admission to the IITs. The top 1.5 lakh candidates will be eligible for giving a shot at JEE Advanced.

  • The 2015 JEE Cutoff has been determined by each exam paper’s difficulty level. It is also determined in proportion to the total number of seats that are available for admission to the prestigious IITs.

  • This score in combination with the candidate’s Class XII performance will determine the 2015 JEE Main All India Rank, which will be taken into consideration for admission into NITs, SFTIs, CFTIs, and IIITs. CBSE, which is JEE Main’s conducting body, will declare this rank on July 5, 2015. 

Comparison of Subjects:

With regards to the different papers, students showed mixed reactions about the entire entrance exam experience. Several candidates found the online entrance exam tough in comparison with the offline entrance examination. Most candidates found the Chemistry paper to be fairly easy. Majority of the candidates said that Physics was the toughest paper in PCM. For some students, Mathematics was the most difficult. Overall, JEE Main 2015 was moderate in difficulty.

Rank Predictor:

The Rank Predictor for JEE Main 2015 is a simple-to-use tool that helps IIT aspirants gauge their probable rank before the result date of JEE Main 2015. To calculate the probable JEE Main rank, candidates need to know their 2015 JEE Main score. The rank can then be calculated using the Answer Key. It should be noted that the Rank Predictor lacks 100% accuracy; however, if a candidate wants to know his or her tentative rank in JEE Main 2015, he or she can use the 2015 JEE Main Rank Predictor tool.

Branch Predictor:

To gauge their possible branch in advance, candidates can use the Branch Predictor tool. Firstly, candidates need to select a preferred branch. Secondly, they need to enter their actual rank or predicted one, along with Rank Type, Category, and the Type of Round, such as Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, Spot Round, and Extra Spot Round. Through the Branch Predictor, candidates can have a better understanding of the probable branch.

How Many Marks Needed in JEE Main 2015 to Gain Admission Into a Good College?

Students who appear for JEE Main or any other engineering entrance examination want to know the number of marks needed to secure admission into a reputable engineering college. To answer this question, one needs to keep in mind the following facts.

  • For JEE Advanced eligibility, candidates should be among the top 1.5 lakh candidates who have cleared JEE Main 2015.

  • The All India Rank (AIR) for JEE Main 2015 is determined by taking into consideration scores obtained in JEE Main 2015 (which is given 60% weightage) and performance in Class XII Board Exams (which is given 40% weightage). The AIR will finally determine whether you gain admission into an IIT.

  • An excellent engineering college could mean IITs for one student, NITs for some, or a specific college that offers a special branch of science of technology for others. With each college having different cutoffs, candidates need to analyze the previous year cut-offs to gauge their chances of admission in each college.

This concludes the comprehensive analysis of the JEE Main 2015 Results.

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