The cut-off score for JEE (Advanced) has been announced and like the earlier years, it has been announced at 35% or 177 for the common merit list. The minimum aggregate score for the other backward category candidates is 159. A year ago, the cut-off for common merit list (CML) was 152.
For the general category candidates, the minimum percentage of marks in every subject is 10; it is 9 for OBC candidates and 5 for SC/ST aspirants.
Just those hopefuls who score the minimum required marks for both—aggregate cut-off list and subject wise cut-off—will make it to the rank rundown. Applicants who get higher aggregate positions will be honored the higher rank. The cut-offs are up on www.jeeadv.iitb.ac.in
The ORS images and scanned copies for JEE Advanced 2015 have been distributed on the web. Aspirants can see their answer sheets up till June 6 (5pm). If there are discrepancies in the candidates' response sheet, they can inform the authorities about the same till June 6.
If there should be an occurrence of a tie, applicant with higher marks will be appointed a higher rank. In the event that two applicants have the same total marks, then the aspirants with higher marks in math will be assigned out a higher rank.
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