It is a matter of pride for all the students studying in various IITs across the country after qualifying the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advance. Many Australian professors claimed it as the ‘world's toughest engineering entrance exam’ for students. The reactions have been released by Toby, an undergraduate student from the Melbourne University, Australia, through a video.

Tobi showed JEE Advanced examination paper to his Australian Professor and asked about it. After seeing the paper, Dr James Hutchinson, a Chemistry Professor at the University of Melbourne, even told him that if he had been given to solve this paper he would have been out of the examination room.

Computer Scientist Prof. Rajkumar Buaya said that there have been many such questions asked in the examination for which the Third Year and Final Year students even failed to answer. Dr Jasmina Legendic described these questions as difficult for school level students. She said that such questions are also literally asked less in Higher Studies.

Tricky Questions are not Easy to Solve:
Maths Pro. Barry Hughes gave his reaction to the questions of mathematics and physics. He said that if school students are solving such questions then it should be appreciated. Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, from Melbourne University's Uday Param Palli said that it consists of many questions which I have learned here during Masters and PhD.

JEE Advanced 2019: 
Earlier this year, the JEE Advanced 2019 examination was held on May 27, 2019, at various centre across the country. The exam was conducted in the computer-based mode. A total of 1.73 lakh students appeared for the JEE Advanced 2019 examination. Kartikeya Gupta from Kota (Rajasthan) has topped the exam. Kartikey has secured All India Rank 01 in IIT JEE Advanced examination. 

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