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Every year the JEE Governing Bodies decide the minimum marks which must be secured by a candidate in order to qualify the exam and thus to be called for admission process. This score is called as cut off and will be decided on the basis of number of candidates, annual intake, exam difficulty level and last year's cutoffs. rank corresponding to JEE Advanced 2013 Cutoff will be called as cutoff rank and will be the last rank to be included in final merit list.
Also, the JEE Advanced 2013 Opening and Closing Ranks will be released after the admissions are over. Till then the candidates can refer to cutoffs for last year to have an overall idea of cutoff ranks for various colleges and courses and fill choices for counselling with an informed guess. we have assembled Previous Year college cutoffs and all the candidates can refer to them in order to have an overall idea.
- You will be redirected to the page where you have to login using your Facebook Account and ALLOW ACCESS. Submit the required Details
- The page with College and Branch Predictors Caption will open
- Select "IIT Golden Report @Free" from the drop down menu.
- Submit your JEE Advanced 2013 Rank to see the colleges and Branches you can get.
The JEE Advanced 2013 Cut Off for all category candidates is shown in the following table. Candidates having JEE Main 2013 scores equal to or more than the cut off scores only; are eligible for JEE Advanced:
Cut Off Marks
Common Merit List (CML)
OBC (Non – Creamy Layer)
The minimum score to limit the number of candidates called for counseling. The candidates who score above that score will be called for counselling and admission process and who score below will not be allowed to appear in Counselling will be called as JEE Advanced 2013 Cutoff.
The JEE Advanced 2013 Cut Off will be the minimum score which must be secured in order to be eligible for admission or to be included in final merit list of exam. NO notifications have been released by the exam organizing bodies yet and will soon be made available.
Till then the candidates can refer to the following cutoffs for the academic year of 2012 - 13 and have an overall idea of the cutoff scores:
Subject wise cut-off
Merit list cut-off marks
With the introduction of JEE Advanced 2013, the Board had said that the pattern of JEE Advanced will be kept same to that of IIT JEE and hence the JEE Advanced 2013 Cut Off is expected to be a MILD VARIANT of that of last year. The candidates whose exam score is equal to or more than this cutoff will be called for admission process and rest will be disqualified.
Every year, the governing bodies of JEE decide the minimum marks that must be secured by a candidate in order to be included in final merit list which is called as Cut Off Score. Hence, the JEE Advanced 2013 Cut Off will be the minimum score to be secured by a exam taker to be included in final merit list. This score is decided on the basis of last year's cutoff, exam difficulty level, number of exam takers, annual intake and other related parameters.
Candidates can also go for checking their exam scores with the answer keys and then compare the approximate exam score with last year's cut off till the JEE Advanced 2013 Cut Off is released. This will help the candidates to have an approximation of the final scenario of admissions. This comparison will also help candidates to see which courses and colleges they can apply for. Thus, the cut off will help the candidates to make educated guesses and formulate their choice list in a far better manner.
The procedure that will be used for calculating the JEE Advanced 2013 Cutoff Ranks and Marks is as follows:
- Only the candidates, who have attempted both the papers will be considered for cutoff calculation.
- The aggregate marks of the candidate will be the sum of the marks obtained by him/her in both – Paper 1 and Paper 2.
- There will be separate merit lists for the candidates of NCL – OBC, ST and SC. JEE Advanced 2013 Cutoff Marks for them are as follows:
- NCL – OBC: 9% in each subject and 31.5% aggregate
- SC and ST: 5% in each subject and 17.5% aggregate
- Merit Lists for Physically Disabled Candidates:
PD Candidates of OBC (NCL), ST, GEN and SC categories will have a separate merit list. JEE Advanced 2013 Cutoff for these candidates will be 5% in each subject and 17.5% in aggregate.
- Merit list for Preparatory Course:
If the number of candidates in the merit lists of SC/ST/PD is less than 1.4 times the number of seats in every category, separate merit lists for the Preparatory Course will be prepared.
The JEE Advanced 2013 Cutoff for this list will be 2.5% in each subject and 8.75% in aggregate.
For more details on JEE Advanced 2013 Cutoff the candidates should refer to the Information Brochure.
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