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17th December 2015, 11:28 AM
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Am I eligible for JEE 2016 if failed 12th in 2013 but cleared in 2015?


I fail class 12 in 2013 and do not appear jee main/advanced in 2014 i passed 12 exam and appear in jee main now am i eligible for jee in 2016?




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17th December 2015, 07:39 PM
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I fail class 12 in 2013 and do not appear jee main/advanced in 2014 i passed 12 exam and appear in jee main now am i eligible for jee in 2016?
Yes, you are eligible for JEE 2016 exam because you have completed 12th in 2015.

Those candidates who have completed 12th standard from a recognized board with physics, chemistry and mathematics with above 50% marks are eligible for JEE Main 2016 exam. 5% marks relaxation is provided for SC/ST category candidates.

Your age should be in between 17 to 25 years.




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17th December 2015, 08:51 PM
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Yes, you are eligible to appear for JEE examination in 2016. JEE examination is conducted in two stages as Main and Advanced.

But, you are only eligible to appear for Main examination not for Advance even after qualifying in Main examination.

To appear for JEE Main 2016 is candidates who have passed 10+2 in 2014, 2015 or appearing 2016 from recognised board with PCM as main paper.

For more information about examination visit at www.cbse.nic.in.




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17th December 2015, 09:42 PM
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In notification of 2016 Joint Entrance Examination, it is clearly mentioned that candidates who have passed 10+2 in 2014 or 2015 or appearing for 2016 board examinations are eligible to apply for JEE 2016.

There are three attempts for JEE Main exam and two consecutive attempts for JEE Advanced. As you have in 2014, JEE 2016 will be your last attempt for JEE Main, however even if you clear JEE Main, you will not be eligible for JEE advanced.
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18th December 2015, 11:06 AM
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Default Re: Am I eligible for JEE 2016 if failed 12th in 2013 but cleared in 2015?

Yes.You are eligible for JEE Main 2016 if you have passed 12th exam in 2015.If you will be in top 1,50,000 candidates in JEE Main , then you are also eligible for JEE Advanced.

Eligibility
- You must have passed (10+2) with atleast 5 subjects & aggregate 50% in compulsory subjects Physics , Chemistry , Maths.
- Your age must be less than 25 years on 1st october of the examination year.Reservation applicable 5 years for reserved categories.

Exam Pattern
- Total Questions : 90
- Total Marks : 360
- Each question will carry 4 marks & nagative 1 mark for each wrong answer.

Application Procedure
- Visit the site : www.jeemain.nic.in
- Register online with Email Id & Mobile number
- You will get generated application number & password.
- Log In & Fill the Personal , Qualification and Exam detail correctly.
- Upload the Photograph , Signature & Thumb Impression
- Pay the fees
- Submit the Application.

Important Dates
- Available Application Form : 01/12/2015
- Last Date of Registration : 31/12/2015
- Download Application Forms : First Week of March
- JEE Offline Exam : 03/04/2016
- JEE Online Exam : 9th & 10th April , 2016
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