Sir, I have passed my +2 exam in 2010 but did not score 60%. Now i am appearing for improvement exam. Can i sit to write JEE/2011 exam?
                   

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Dear Manpreet


Yes you can give JEE 2011


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3 years ago
                                        

sorry man u rn't elligible for jee

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