Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) paper was held on February 16, 2020. The paper was conducted for Physics and Theoretical Computer Science (TCS). As per the students who appeared for the exam, the paper was easy to moderate in the level of difficulty. Experts of JEST have the same view and are expecting that the cutoff will range somewhere between 28 to 30 marks. For the detailed analysis of the JEST 2020 paper, read below.
JEST 2020 Paper Analysis
The paper analysis of JEST 2020 Physics paper is as follows:
Difficulty level of the paper: The paper has been rated easy to moderate. The topic of Quantum was of M.Sc level and a few questions were tricky. Also most of the questions were of IIT JAM level.
Expected cutoff: As per the initial analysis and experts the cutoff might range between 28 to 30 marks.
The distribution of questions from the topics are as follows:
(No. of MCQ – 1 marks)
(No. of MCQ – 3 marks)
(No. of NAT – 3 marks)
|Thermal and statistical physics||3||2||1|
Now that the exam is over, soon JEST answers keys will be available on jest.org.in. The answer key will have the correct answers to all the questions asked in the exam. Candidates will be able to crosscheck their answers and get a probable score of the test.
JEST 2020 result will be also declared in the online mode in the first week of March 2020. The official website to check the result will be jest.org.in. The candidates can check their respective result using their user id / e-mail id and password. Result will be available in the form of scorecard and will be valid for 1 year.
About JEST 2020
Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) is held for admission in Ph.D and Integrated Ph.D programme. The admission based on JEST 2020 scores will be offered in 32 participating institutes. It is a national level exam that is held in offline mode and the qualified candidates get a call for interview round. The interview is held by the participating institutes and admission is offered to the selected candidates in Ph.D in physics, theoretical computer science, neuroscience, or computational biology.
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