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AEEE Eligibility Criteria FAQs 2018 - Candidates aspiring to take admission in the undergraduate engineering programmes can check the FAQs on the eligibility criteria of AEEE 2018 to clear their doubts. The AEEE 2018 FAQs on the eligibility criteria deal with the age limit, the number of attempts which the students can take to appear in the AEEE entrance exam. The other FAQs on AEEE 2018 eligibility criteria are pertaining to those students who have either taken a drop after their class X or XII. Careers360 has tried to address the doubts which the students have related to the eligibility criteria of AEEE. To know more, read the article that is given below on the AEEE FAQs Eligibility Criteria 2018.Latest: AEEE 2018 result is now available
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Q. What is the Eligibility Criteria to apply for AEEE?
Ans. The AEEE 2018 eligibility criteria include the age and educational qualification. As far as age criteria is concerned, candidates should be born on or after July 1, 1997. With regard to the educational qualification, candidates will have to pass 10+2 (Class XII) or equivalent exam with minimum 60% aggregate marks in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry.
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Q. What is the age limit for AEEE?
Ans. Candidates who are eligible to apply for AEEE 2018 they should be born on or after July 1, 1997. There is no upper age limit according to the information provided by the institute.
Q. How many attempts can I make for AEEE?
Ans. There is no limit to the number of attempts for AEEE.
Q. I am a diploma student. Can I appy for AEEE?
Ans. No, you cannot apply for AEEE if you are a diploma holder.
Q. How much should I have in Class 12 to apply for AEEE?
Ans. Candidates need to score at least 60% aggregate marks in Maths, Chemistry and Physics and not less than 55% marks in each of these three subjects.
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Q. I have taken a drop. Can I apply for AEEE?
Ans. Yes, you can apply for AEEE. However, you should be born on or after July 1, 1997.
Q. If I have a gap after class 10, can I apply for AEEE?
Ans. Yes, you will still be eligible to appear for the AEEE entrance exam. However, you should be born on or after July 1, 1997.
Q.I have failed in Class 12 and appeared for the exam again. Can I apply for AEEE?
Ans. Yes, you can still appear for the AEEE exam. However, you should clear the class 12th exams to avail admissions.
Q.If I am Biology student but I have studied Physics & Chemistry, can I apply for AEEE? Which courses will I be eligible for?
Ans. No, for B.Tech programmes you need to have studied mathematics along with physics and chemistry. Biology must be studied by candidates intending to pursue bachelor of pharmacy
Q. Is there any eligibility relaxation in AEEE and for whom?
Ans. No, there is no relaxation with regard to AEEE eligibility.
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He/She’s date of birth should fall on or after 1st July 1999.
Candidates should have passed in Class 12 or equivalent exam. Candidates those who will appear for the qualifying exam in March/April 2020 will also be eligible to apply for AEEE 2020 and also scored minimum marks.
At least 60% of aggregate marks should have been scored in PCM (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics). They need to score a minimum of 55% marks and also individually in these three subjects.
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