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In IIT-JEE 2011(Paper 1) in Section II , for a particular question say the answers are (a),(b)&(d) but I have marked say (a),(b)&(c) will marks will be rejected for marking (c) or partial marks will be awarded for (a) & (b) ? In the same paper in Section IV, for a particular question if I mark 6 & 9 as Im not sure, will marks be awarded if answer is 6 ?

In IIT-JEE 2011(Paper 1) in Section II , for a particular question say the answers are (a),(b)&(d) but I have marked say (a),(b)&(c) will marks will be rejected for marking (c) or partial marks will be awarded for (a) & (b) ? In the same paper in Section IV, for a particular question if I mark 6 & 9 as Im not sure, will marks be awarded if answer is 6 ?

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shitij mehrotra
44 Points
10 years ago

no marks will be awarde in both the conditions....If u mark a,b only you will be able to get some marks but if u mark a single wrong choice then u are not elligible for any marks

MALEPATI BALA SIVA SAI AKHIL
60 Points
10 years ago

For integer type questions you have to mark only one answer that also correct answer to get full marks.By marking 6 and 9 you will not get any marks.

In section 2 if you want to get partial marks you have to mark among correct choice only. If you matk wrong choice in that you will not get marks for your answer.

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