Latest Trend of IIT JEE Exams

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Currently, many state boards and institutions, including IITs conduct at least 150 entrance exams every year. The Government decided to plunk all the exams, including IIT-JEE and AIEEE and decided to have one single examination from 2013 at the meeting of IIT council and officials from the ministry of Human Resource Development. The exam pattern of IIT JEE keeps on changing. Students must be aware about the recent changes in the pattern of examination for the effective preparation for IIT-JEE.

“A senior IIT official said having a subjective test for IITs’ entrance exam will require more time to evaluate the answer sheets and it may lead to delay in the academic session across IITs.” So they decided that in order to conduct a subjective test for JEE-Advanced, the center will have to conduct the JEE-Main exam. The aspirant who clears this exam will be called for the JEE advanced exam.

A new trend in for IIT JEE Exams

Latest Trend of IIT JEE Exams

As per the new pattern, IIT-JEE would be based on the aptitude based test, including questions based on reasoning and the subject questions. In the process of JEE preparation students should study all the subjects at their schooling level like Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. The students will have to crack this aptitude test to get their eligibility for the JEE advanced exams. According to the Dhande the Director of the IIT Kanpur, IIT Council has decided for the 50% weightage would be given to the marks scored in their Board Exams and the other 50% weightage will be based on the Performance in the IIT-JEE ranks. He also said the percentage of the students would be converted into percentiles for the further comparisons.

This new policy, requires students has to clear the two-tier exam—JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced, successful candidates also have to be in the list of among top-20 percentile scorers in Class XII exams of their respective boards. A source said that the IIT Joint Admission Board (JAB) maintained the status quo as the issue was being legally challenged. There will not be any change in the pattern of the test for the IIT JEE 2014 aspirants. So Good Luck to the IIT JEE aspirants.

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  1. October 16, 2013

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