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JEE Advanced Answer Key & Result FAQs 2018: With the entrance exam conducted this year in online mode, candidates have more questions than ever, many of which are addressed in JEE Advanced answer key and result FAQs 2018. Candidates wanted to know whether the answer key of JEE Advanced will be available or not, and is yes, how it can be downloaded. The JEE Advanced answer key and result FAQs 2018 provides answers to these questions, and also explains the process to challenge the answer key. Result related queries that frequently crop up include question on whether rank card is needed during counselling, which are also all dealt with in the JEE Advanced answer key and result FAQs 2018.
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Q. When will the official JEE Advanced answer Keys be released?
Ans: The examination for the first time was conducted completely in online mode. The JEE Advanced 2018 conducting body has released the answer key on May 29 in online mode.
The candidates can calculate probable scores using it.
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Q. How to download JEE Advanced Answer Key?
Ans: The official answer key of JEE Advanced 2018 is available in online mode and can be download by clicking on the specific link.
Q. How to challenge the JEE Advanced Answer Key?
Ans: Any complaint regarding the answer key has to be made online. To make the complaint, the candidate has to furnish the details specified and mention the question which the candidate thinks has a wrong answer key. Also, the candidate has to attach all supporting information to prove his/her claim. The candidate, in addition, will also have to pay the applicable fee for making the challenge.
JEE Advanced Result FAQs 2018
Q. When will the JEE Advanced Result be declared and how to check it?
Ans: The result of JEE Advanced 2018 will be declared on June 10. To check the result:
Go to the result portal
Log-in using following details:
JEE Advanced Registration Number
Date of Birth
The result will be displayed on screen.
Q. What details will be mentioned in JEE Advanced result?
Ans: The result will contain information like Rank of the candidate in the CRL (Common Rank List), category-wise rank, roll number, DOB, category and photograph of the candidate. To learn more - Click Here
Q. Is the result and rank card of JEE Advanced different and how to download them?
Ans: The rank card of JEE Advanced will be available after the results of the entrance exam is declared. Also, the rank card will be category-specific and will be available on the online portal. Additionally, the result (including the rank card) will be sent to registered mobile number of successful candidates. No individual rank cards will be sent to the candidate.
To download the result (rank card):
Using the following details, lon-in to the result portal:
JEE Advanced Registration No.
Q. Is the result required or rank card for JEE Advanced counselling?
Ans: During JoSAA counselling, candidates will be awarded admission based on their JEE Advanced AIR and choices opted by them. It must be noted that the separate rank lists will be prepared for each category, including general, OBC, SC and ST categories.
Q. Is there a separate All India rank and category rank in JEE Advanced?
Ans: Yes, the All India Rank (AIR) list or Common Rank List (CRL) will be prepared separately from category-wise lists. An important feature of the CRL list is it includes candidates of all categories – GEN, GEN-PwD, OBC-NCL, OBC-NCL-PwD, SC, SC-PwD, ST and ST-PwD.
Category-wise rank lists, meanwhile, will be prepared for each category. Also, the tagging for each of these categories is different. For example, the OBC-NCL rank list includes candidates assigned the tag OBC-NCL or OBC-NCL-PwD. However, the OBC-NCL-PwD rank list only includes candidates who are assigned the OBC-NCL-PwD tag.
Q. How is the JEE Advanced rank decided when two students get the same marks?
Ans: To be included in JEE Advanced rank list, the candidate needs to appear in both Paper I and Paper II. For preparing the rank list, the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate in Paper I and Paper II will be considered.
Aggregate Marks = Marks Obtained in Paper I + Marks Obtained in Paper II
In case, two or more candidates obtain the same aggregate marks:
The candidate with higher marks in Mathematics will be ranked higher
If tie remains, the candidate with higher marks in Physics will be assigned higher rank
In case the there is a deadlock at this stage, the candidates will be allotted the same rank.
Please note that for calculating marks in Mathematics and Physics, the following rule will be followed:
Marks in Mathematics = Marks in Mathematics (Paper I) + Marks in Mathematics (Paper II)
Marks in Physics = Marks in Physics (Paper I) + Marks in Physics (Paper II)
Q. Which institutes other than IITs take JEE Advanced scores for admissions? What is the procedure to apply to them?
Ans: Here are some of the institutes that accept JEE Advanced scores for admission:
Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore
Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE), Visakhapatnam
Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal
Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali
Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata
Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune
Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Thiruvananthapuram
Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Thiruvananthapuram
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT), Rae
Procedure for applying to:
IISc Bangalore: JEE Advanced qualified candidates are eligible for direct admission. However, such candidates need to check that they meet prescribed eligibility criteria.
Online registration for admission to the institute opens around the first week of February.
IIPE, Visakhapatnam: Admission at the institute is based on JEE Advanced scores. To be considered for admission, qualified candidates need to apply for IIPE counselling; the application form opens around June.
IISER: Direct admission is offered to JEE Advanced-qualified candidates. The application form for admission opens around the fourth week of May.
IIST, Thiruvananthapuram: B.Tech Admission at the institute is based on JEE Advanced ranks. The application form for admission opens around first week of June. Shortlisted candidates will have to participate in counselling which will take place around third week of June.
RGIPT, Rae: Admission at the institute is purely based on JEE Advanced ranks. Online registration for admission opens around third week of May. Based on applications received, candidates will be shortlisted for admission.
Candidates can check out the FAQs related to other topics – including eligibility criteria, application form, and result – from the table below.
JEE Advanced Other FAQs
JEE Advanced General FAQs
Eligibility & Reservation Criteria
JEE Advanced Eligibility & Reservation Criteria FAQs
Application Form & Admit Card
JEE Advanced Application Form & Admit Card FAQs
JEE Advanced Syllabus FAQs
JEE Advanced Exam Pattern FAQs
JEE Advanced Exam Preparation FAQs
JEE Advanced Cutoff FAQs
JEE Advanced Counselling FAQs
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hello parag ,
cutoff for jee advance for last four years goes as :
year (category) A B
CRL 10.0 25.0
OBC 09.0 22.5
SC 05.0 12.5
ST 05.0 12.5
ST 05.0 12.5
CRL 10.0 35.0
OBC 09.0 31.5
SC 05.0 17.5
ST 05.0 17.5
CRL 10.0 20.0
OBC 09.0 10.5
SC 05.0 10.5
ST 05.0 10.5
before this cutoff was based on subjects .
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