JEE Advanced 2017 result has been announced on May 11, 2017, and with it the stories of toppers are surfacing the web. Rank 1 has been grabbed by Sarvesh Mehanti. He belongs to Chandigarh and appeared for the paper from the Roorkee zone.
Sarvesh secured 339 marks out 366. The sectional marks secured by the JEE Advanced Rank 1 are 120 in Mathematics, 115 marks in Chemistry and 104 marks in Physics.
He was placed 55th in JEE Main 2017. Whereas, the topper of JEE Main 2017, Kalpit Veerwal, secured 109 AIR in the Advanced exam. Kalpit is SC category topper in IIT-JEE.
Not far behind in the race is Akshat Chung. He secured rank 2 JEE Advanced and landed in 7th place in JEE Mains 2017.
One young lad who have maintained his position in both the examination is Ananye Agarwal from Delhi. He is 3rd rank holder in JEE Main and JEE Advanced 2017.
It has usually be seen that the topper of JEE Main and Advanced are not the same. Experts believe that both the examinations are very different and required a varied practice strategy. While JEE Main is more about knowing and understanding the basics of CBSE class 11 and 12. JEE Advanced examination is about having in-depth knowledge of the subject.
Both the exams are not an easy nut to crack and the students need to prepare for it in different manner. Many believe that the key to crack Mains paper is practicing NCERT Books by heart and to crack Advanced, solving mock test helps. However, there is only one ladder to success and that is hard work, mixed with persistence and confidence.
We congratulate all the JEE Main and JEE Advanced qualifiers. The JoSAA counselling to allocate seat will be starting from June 15, 2017. It will be held online and the seats will be allocated on the basis of AIR.
Do not be disheartened if you did not score too well in the entrance exam. Have faith in your abilities and make a path of your own.
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