JEE or NEET which is difficult?

I have been teaching for both NEET and JEE (mains and advanced) for past 8 years. I will try to give a crisp and unbiased answer to your question.

If you look at the level of competition, it is very very high in both the exams.

Which means the struggle/ the effort a student has to put to get into a very good medical college or an IIT is almost equal.

POINT 1. (very important)

NEET is more of memory.

JEE is more of understanding.

POINT 2.

Purpose of both the examinations is different. Therefore they must differ in their difficulty level.

POINT 3.

Through JEE exams we have to select students with very good analytical and logical skills. Because they are future engineers or scientists.

POINT 4.

Through NEET we select candidates who can become good doctors. A doctor needs more information, he has to be very fast in taking decisions and he should have great memory power. (hence we give less time to answer NEET)

To summarise,

  • IN TERMS OF DIFFICULTY IN GETTING INTO BEST INSTITUTES BOTH ARE TOUGH.
  • IN TERMS OF DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF QUESTIONS JEE TOUGH.

JEE REPEATERS BATCH or LONG TERM for 2022 JEE mains and JEE advanced

It is not a secret that ENGINEERS are not getting jobs easily.

For good placements we should get into IIT’S, NIT’S or atleast good regional colleges or some top private engineering colleges.

So good ranking in JEE (Mains and advanced) or atleast state level entrance exams like KCET in Karnataka is a must. Otherwise you’ll have to shell out huge amount of your hard earned money.

In this perspective Alva’s education foundation Moodbidri has announced exclusive JEE repeater batch for JEE 2022 (Mains and advanced)

Students who didn’t get proper coaching due to various reasons can make use of it.

Alva’s education foundation has 25 years of experience in this field

Special concession will be given based on SSLC marks and JEE main percentile

Contact:

6366377827 or 6366377823 or 6366377824 or 6366377825

CBSE class 10 results 2021 Date and time : Live Updates

CBSE board expected to declare results tomorrow (August 2) at cbseresults.nic.in

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to release the results of one of the most awaited results in the history of Indian exams on August 2.

Stay tuned for live updates

The students who are not happy with the board exam results can apply through their respective schools to appear in the examinations which will be conducted when the situation returns to normal.