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JEE Advanced 2017 Analysis & Cutoff by Career Launcher – Career Launcher will release the analysis and cutoff of JEE Advanced 2017 after the conclusion of the entrance exam on May 21. It will be available before the official cutoff is released by IIT Madras, the exam conducting body. The cutoff JEE Advanced 2017 cutoff and analysis will give candidates a fair idea about their chances of getting admission at an IIT or being offered their favourite branch. Additionally, the analysis of the JEE Advanced question paper by experts will provide insights into the difficulty level of the exam, type of questions asked and distribution of questions.
Career Launcher is expected to publish cutoffs for all the IITs and engineering brances. It will also release separate JEE Advanced cutoffs for the different categories, including SC, ST and OBC categories. Go through the remaining article to learn how the JEE Advanced 2017 cutoff is different for each IIT and much more.
What is JEE Advanced Cutoff 2017?
The cutoff is the minimum score a candidate needs to obtain in the entrance examination to be eligible for admission to B.Tech courses at IITs.
How is JEE Advanced 2017 cutoff prepared?
The following points, among others, are considered when determining the cutoff of JEE Advanced 2017:
The number of candidates taking JEE Advanced 2017
Number of sanctioned seats available in the discipline in which admission is sought
The number of applications received for that discipline
Difficulty level of the examination
Previous year’s cutoff trends
Total number of questions asked
Important points about JEE Advanced 2017 Analysis by Career Launcher:
JEE Advanced 2017 analysis & cutoff by Career Launcher will be prepared by the experts at Career Launcher.
Subject-wise analysis of both Paper I and Paper II will be made available.
The JEE Advanced 2017 analysis will include details like:
The difficulty level of the examination
Tropic-wise distribution of questions
The institute will also publish expected of JEE Advanced 2017 cutoff for different branches and IITs.
Minimum Percentage Required to be listed in Rank List
The candidate needs to score a certain minimum percentage of marks in each subject and in aggregate in JEE Advanced 2017 to be listed in the rank list, which will be published on June 11.
Minimum percentage of marks required to be included in JEE Advanced Rank List 2017:
Minimum percentage of marks in each subject
Minimum percentage of aggregate marks
Common rank list (CRL)
OBC-NCL rank list
SC rank list
ST rank list
Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD)
OBC-NCL-PwD rank list
SC-PwD rank list
ST-PwD rank list
Preparatory course rank list
The above cutoffs have been declared by IIT Madras. The candidate will be included or dropped from the All India Rank list based on this cutoff.
JEE Advanced 2016 Top 5 IITs Cutoff
Candidates can check the cutoffs for JEE Advanced 2016 of top five IITs in the table below. The cutoff will give candidates a fair idea about this year’s cutoff as well.
JEE Advanced Top 5 IITs Cutoff 2016
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