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Vignesh Waran Grade: Upto college level
        

Sir, I have attempted IITJEE-2010. But I have 'not qualified' with an aggregate mark of 133.  My biggest  doubt is  the 'CALCULATION OF MINIMUM QUALIFYING MARKS IN THE JEE'. According to the results the minimum qualifying marks were:


CHEMISTRY:19  MATHS:17 PHYSICS:19. I have got CHEMISTRY:63 MATHS:30 PHYSICS:40, but I have not qualified. What is the reason for this?


Also,PLEASE TELL ME THE 'ELABORATE PROCEDURE' of ranking and calculation of 'MINIMUM QUALIFYING MARK'.


Please reply soon.

6 years ago

Answers : (1)

SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
										

Dear vignesh,


IITs keep their procedure of rank calculation very confidential So as soon as i come to know about it i will revert back to you.


 


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