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Most difficult till date, students react after JEE Main 2018

Sunday April 8, 2018 6:42 PM, Aniqua Sabahat Faizee,

JEE Main 2018
[A student has tagged this image with a caption that he found himself in this situation after reading every JEE Main question. (Twitter/@ManishR34)]

Mumbai: Over 11 lakh students from India and abroad at more than 110 exam centers appeared for JEE Main 2018 - pen and paper based offline exams, Sunday April 08. However, if reactions on Twitter are any indications, students at most of the places found the JEE Main 2018 pen and paper based paper very difficult, though some said Physics paper was of moderate level.

While expressing their reactions on Twitter after the JEE Main got over today, besides comments also tagged some interesting memes to express their anguish. Prashant Tiwari who uses Twitter handler @Prashantt001 tagged screen shot of Google search box with a keyword “options other than btech” written in the box posted a message, “Me after giving Mains today .. Exam level = Most difficult till date.”

Atulya Aman who is active on Twitter using handler @atulyaaman wrote, “Which idiot made this JEE Mains paper? Not even 1 question from optics section? You freaking idiot. I hope a car hits you today, whoever made this paper. “

Some students while complaining that JEE Main 2018 pen and paper based was “most difficult” also said that they hoped same level of difficulty will also be for the online computer based JEE Main. The JEE Main online is scheduled to be held on April 15 and 16.

“The JEE Mains Offline Paper was easy with the Chemistry section moderately hard. I hope the same thing be carried over to thr Online Paper”, Kaizer Kore (@KaizerKore) wrote on Twitter.

Pawan Joshi (@positive_belief) is upset over CBSE JEE Main 2018 for different reasons. “My daughter wants to study Computer Science in IIT. For that she needs to appear in JEE Main 2018 for Physics, Chemistry and Math, but not Computer Science. It is like someone appearing for the selection of Cricket-Team and he is asked to show his Football Skills”, Joshi wrote on Twitter.

Some teachers also found JEE Main 2018 tougher and said cut off this year will be lower as compared to last year. “Expect cutoff to drop this year. It may be around 70-75 for general. Physics Paper was a mix of easy and tough questions. Concepts involved were beyond the board curriculum. For an average student scoring 50 marks won't be easy”, Siddharth Jain using @yourssid wrote on Twitter.

JEE Main 2018 Answer Key

Unofficial Answer Keys of JEE Main 2018 have been released by some coaching classes and also by some teachers. They can be accessed online to cross check. However, the official Answer Key of JEE Main 2018 will be released by the CBSE tentatively on April 24.

The CBSE will release JEE Main 2018 Answer Key along with OMR response sheet of the students on its official website. The CBSE will also provide to the students a chance to challenge the Answer Keys if there are any error.

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