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JEE Advanced Cutoff FAQs 2018: Considering how significant cutoff is for admission to the IITs, it is only natural that we prepare an exclusive JEE Advanced cutoff FAQs that candidates can use as a ready reference. The JEE Advanced cutoff FAQs 2018 will update the candidates on the kind of scores they need to score for admission to a B.Tech course at any of the IITs. Using this information, the candidate can better target IITs and courses, and increase their chances of admission. The JEE 2018 Advanced cutoff FAQs also has details on the minimum qualifying score JEE Advanced candidates must obtain to be considered for admission. JEE Advanced 2018, slated to be conducted on May 20, for the first time will be held in computer-based test mode.
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Q. What is the qualifying marks for JEE Advanced?
Ans: Candidates are required to meet both the minimum percentage of marks for each of the three each subject and also in aggregate to be included in the JEE Advanced 2018 rank lists and consequently considered for admission.
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Minimum percentage of marks for inclusion in Rank List:
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
Q. What is the cutoff for AAT?
Ans: To check institute and category-wise cutoff – Click Here
Q. What is the category wise cutoff for JEE Advanced?
Ans: To check category-wise JEE Advanced cutoff for different programmes – Click Here
Q. What is considered in JEE Advanced counselling - the All India Rank or Category rank?
Ans: Both the All India Rank (AIR) and Category rank will be considered during JEE Advanced 2018 counselling. For example, candidates belonging to Open category will be considered for admission based on their AIR only. However, a candidate belonging to, say, SC category will be considered for admission in both Open and SC categories, provided the candidate meets the individual cutoffs.
Q. What is the cutoff and admission process for students from Nepal, Bhutan or Bangladesh? Is there any reservation or specific quota for them?
Ans: The admission authorities don’t normally release any cutoff as such for foreign candidates (including Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh). Also, reservation of seats is not available for these candidates under either OBC-NCL or SC, ST and PwD categories. Instead they are accommodated by creating up to 10% supernumerary seats in each course.
Admission Process: Admission to the IITs will be based on JEE Advanced 2018 scores. However, unlike their Indian counterparts, foreign candidates don’t need to qualify JEE Main 2018 and can directly register for JEE Advanced 2018.
Q. What are the branch-wise cutoffs for IITs?
Ans: To check branch-wise cutoff for IITs- Click Here
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Hii aspirant ,Coming to your question I would like to tell you that the cutoff for the iist , trivendrum is around the 20% for the general category...
there is no percentage criteria in JEE main. The rule says that you have to qualify your +2. So you have to clear your intermediate prior to the exam.
No you can't it can be given two consecutive times a year and you can give it just after 12+1 and not after that whether you have attempted last ye...
Hey Aspirant!A candidate can attempt JEE Advanced a maximum of two times in consecutive years.Originally every candidate has a maximum of three att...
Hi aspirantthanks for asking your query as jee mains and advance both are individual in itself because mains is for nits,iiits whereas advance is f...
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