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9th July 2012, 05:45 PM
avsvsrk
 
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Will I get selected for mains after scoring 187 in prelims? I belong to general category


sir,i scored 187 marks in prelims combining both the papers.I belong to general
category.Please tell me whether i get selected for mains or not..please tell me..




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26th June 2013, 05:16 PM
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Hi

I couldn't make out which exam are you talking about.
Assuming you are talking about IIT JEE..

Since you have appeared for prelims its difficult to say anything at this point.
You have scored 187 marks in your prelims, which is a good score.

You should also score good marks in advanced.
If you are able to score near 190, you will get admitted to IIT JEE.

All the best
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29th April 2014, 06:27 PM
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Sir i got 187 marks in jee mains,sir can iget nit mechanical. seat
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Sir my son got 187 marks in iii jee mains,2014 is it possible to get nit mechanical seat
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sir,i scored 187 marks in prelims combining both the papers.I belong to general
category.Please tell me whether i get selected for mains or not..please tell me..
yes you can get mains in top 5 colleges you better pratice for advance no more tension ave a happy life
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