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                   hello sir,i was smashed in maths hoping to get around 40 combinig both papers but my totals will be round 270-300 according to myy calculations .i don't know if i can get through maths,plz tell me if i can make it out this time
                   

4 years ago

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Congratulations for your good attempt. Your overall score seems qualifying as compared to last years cutoffs. But maths is again a questionable isue. Well it totally depends on how others had attempt. Wait for the cutoffs, byu then relax, you have done all whatever you were required.

4 years ago
                                        

Dear Abhijit ,


Please check out the min and max marks in individual subjects:


Marks of the first and the last ranked candidates in JEE merit lists












































































Merit List



Marks of the first candidate



Marks of the last candidate



Chemistry


Mathematics


Physics


Aggregate


Chemistry


Mathematics


Physics


Aggregate


General (CML)



122


153


149


424


72


31


75


178


OBC


126


143


144


413


66


63


32


161


SC


115


100


111


326


43


41


5


89


ST


106


118


95


319


25


40


24


89


PD


115


87


87


289


20


36


33


89


Please feel free to post as many doubts on our disucssion forum as you can. If you find any question difficult to understand - post it here and we will get you the answer and detailed solution very quickly. We are all IITians and here to help you in your IIT JEE preparation. All the best.


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Amit - IT BHU

4 years ago

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