AIEEE 2012 Analysis: AIEEE 2012 Cut-off or AIEEE Exam Rank Predictor
AIEEE 2012 is probably being conducted for the last time. This test will most likely be replaced by ASEET. There will be a lot of anxiety among students as to whether it’ll be easier this time, or more difficult.
On 29th April, more than 10 lac students are expected to sit for this test to compete for a few thousand seats. This makes the competition really hard. The students will be under pressure to perform, and highly anxious to know how well they fared in the exam.
However, they will not have to wait long for the solutions. They can get AIEEE Answer Key, AIEEE 2012 solutions & AIEEE 2012 cutoff on www.TCYonline.com. Subject experts at TCYonline will solve the questions and upload AIEEE-2012 solutions on the website by 4:00 p.m. on the day of the exam itself. Students will get answer keys for all sections: Physics, Chemistry and Math.
Aspirants from all over the nation will be able to log on to http://www.tcyonline.com/exam-analysis/aieee-2012-solutions and compare their answers to the correct answers. As more and more aspirants compare their answers and leave their expected scores on the website, an indicative picture of the expected overall cut-off, as well as the sectional cut-offs, will also begin to emerge.
Students will also have the opportunity to clear their doubts by leaving questions/ queries on the website for the subject experts.
AIEEE consists of two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2. The duration of each paper is of three hours.
Paper 1 has three sections: – Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry with equal weight for each subject. Each section consists of multiple choice objective-type questions with four choices, out of which only one choice is correct. Paper 1 has a negative-marking scheme wherein an incorrect answer attracts penalty of one fourth of the maximum marks allotted to the question.
Paper 2 has three sections: – Mathematics, Drawing, and Aptitude. Mathematics, and Drawing sections have multiple choice objective-type questions and the Aptitude section has drawing-based questions.
Number of questions and maximum marks
• Physics & Chemistry: 150 objective type questions with equal weightage to Physics & Chemistry – Total Marks 450
• Mathematics: 75 objective type questions – Total Marks 225
• Aptitude Test Part I: 50 objective type questions – Total Marks 150
• Aptitude Test: Part II: Two questions to test drawing aptitude – Total Marks 75
The result of AIEEE-2012 is likely to be declared on or before 15th June, 2012.
The score cards will be dispatched to the candidates from 21.06.2012 to 05.07.2012 by ordinary post.