Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main exam 2022 june session has ended .
The engineering entrance exam had received more than 10 lakh registrations.
Based on a minimum cutoff score that NTA will announce, around 2.5 lakh students will be shortlisted for JEE Advanced 2022.
Now, experts have created an expected cut off of JEE Mains 2022 marks necessary to qualify for the IIT JEE or JEE Advanced 2022 exam.
Experts said the quality of this year's paper was average. The general level of difficulty stayed the same.
The general category cutoff for 2020 was roughly 90 percentile, but by 2021 it had dropped to 87 percentile.
The cutoff for JEE Advanced 2022, according to experts, may be between 89 and 91 percentiles this year.
Expected cut-off for qualifying JEE Advanced
UR- (89 - 91)
EWS (66 - 68)
OBC-NCL (70 - 71)
SC (48 - 50)
ST (33 - 35)
However, experts think that the percentile marks or scores for JEE Advanced may rise because more students sat the exam this time.