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JEE Mains 2018 Result: Andhra boys on Top 2 Position, after tiebreakers

JEE Mains 2018 Result: Andhra boys on Top 2 Position, after tiebreakers: Well, you all may know that JEE Mains Result 2018 is already out and so many students got their chance to shine and some of them are in top positions. Here, we would like to add that if you aren’t in the top position or didn’t make it then don’t get disappointed because life isn’t all about JEE Exams. You all should keep that in mind that this year each of the top six all-India rankers had scored 350 and the CBSE had to apply several tiebreakers to rank them.

JEE Mains 2018 Result: Andhra boys on Top 2 Position, after tiebreakers

As per the official reports, Andhra Pradesh’s Suraj Krishna Bhogi has eventually declared the topper, K V Hemant Kumar Chodipilli, also from the same state, stood second and Parth Laturia from Maharashtra’s Nanded, who had gone to Kota to prepare for the exam, came third. Overall, all of these candidates and their families are very happy and proud of them. Even, they are sharing the positive word of mouth for the result and other things.

In an interview with Andhra Pradesh’s Suraj Krishna Bhogi, he indicated that his eyes are set on IIT-Bombay. Also, in an Interview with media, he said that “I am thrilled. I did not follow any particular pattern to prepare for the examination. On an average, I studied for about nine hours a day. It is my perseverance that has paid off as I never got up from my books till I finished a particular topic.”

Also, on the other hand, Hemant’s words were different and he said,”I studied for five hours every day to prepare for JEE. With immense support from my college faculty members, I managed to score 350 in the exam. Since my parents live in Mumbai, I intend to seek admission at IIT there. My preferred stream is computer science.”

Even Parth had moved to Kota for JEE preparation and he said that “The success in JEE-Main brought me a step closer to achieving my aim of becoming an engineer in computer science.” The son of a doctor couple, Parth chose to engineer due to his interest in mathematics.”