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15th May 2015, 04:44 PM
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Expected rank for a candidate who has scored 80 marks in JEE Main?


Hello,
I will score about 91% in 12th CBSE Board exam this time and according to latest answer keys of JEE Main held, my score will be around 80 marks. So how much rank I can expect in JEE Main now?





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17th May 2015, 08:55 AM
Saikiranreddy47475
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Default Re: Expected rank for a candidate who has scored 80 marks in JEE Main?

We cannot estimate or predict your JEE Main examination rank because it depends upon your 12th board examination marks and your JEE Main examination score. By taking weightage of these examinations marks, your JEE Main rank will be calculated. Since, you have scored 91% marks in your 12th standard CBSE Board examinations and 80 marks in JEE Main examination, your rank will be around 50000-75000 rank in JEE Main examination.
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17th May 2015, 11:58 AM
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Default Re: Expected rank for a candidate who has scored 80 marks in JEE Main?

As per last year estimated rank as per marks are as follows:-

1) 400-450 marks :- 1-200 rank

2) 350-400 marks :- 2000- 1,400 rank

3) 300 -350 marks :- 1,400-6000 rank.

4) 250-300 marks :- 6000-18000 rank

5) 240-250 marks :- 18000-21000 rank

6) 225-240 marks :- 21000-24000 rank.

** less than 225 marks,candidate can not get seat in BITSAT.

Lets wait for the rank list to be display,attend the counseling without fail.ok
Hope for the good one.
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1st December 2015, 11:21 AM
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Default Re: Expected rank for a candidate who has scored 80 marks in JEE Main?

i have secured 87% marks in 12th exam and if i have secured about 300 marks in jee main then how much rank can i expect in jee main 2016
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