Thursday, April 12, 2007
iit-jee 2007 cut-off
it is too early to predict to clear cutoff at this moment.all three subjects has its own cut-off. in case of math it can be lowest.if you have more than 40-44 percent in each subject, then you are in safe zone.this year approxi. cutoff may be , math-58 marks, physics-49 and chemistry-56 marks.over all cutoff of all three subjects may be up to 185 out of 486.In Mathematics the maximum contribution came from Calculus (33%), as in all past years, followed by Algebra and Coordinate Geometry. One notable feature in Mathematics was the increased weightage of Coordinate Geometry. Trigonometry and Vectors were minor contributors at 6% each.JEE 2007 had two papers, each of 3 hours and containing different sections in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Both the papers had identical structures. Each paper had 22 questions in each subject, making it a total of 66 questions to a paper, and 132 questions for both papers together. Each subject in a paper had 81 marks, which totaled to 243 marks for the paper, and 486 marks for both taken together.