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5 points eligibility criteria for JEE Advanced Exam 2018
- February 28, 2018
- Posted by: DronStudy
- Category: IIT
JEE advanced exam is the second tougher phase of joint engineering exams. Students who qualify JEE exams will be qualified to write a JEE advanced exam. But qualifying the JEE exams alone is not the only criteria of judging if a student can apply for JEE advanced exams. There are other conditions that needs to be satisfied in order to be qualified to take up the JEE advanced exam 2018. Here is a list of the five conditions that you need to fulfill in order to appear for the JEE advanced exam 2018.
Criteria number 1 - Performance in the JEE main exams
The first criteria that needs to be satisfied are to clear the JEE main exams. The candidates must be among the top 2,24,000 students and must have scored considerably well in the paper 1 which is regarding The Bachelors of Engineering or The Bachelors of Technology. However it is quite interesting to note that the students who are willing to enter into the top IITs of India should clear the IIT JEE advanced examsstrong> with the qualifying percentage.
Criteria number 2 - The number of attempts taken by the candidate
The maximum number of attempts a student can take in order to be eligible for appearing for the advanced IIT JEE exam is two consecutive attempts in two consecutive years. Thus, a student who has taken up the exam in the year 2016 will not be eligible to write the same exam again in 2018. This rule is quite stringent and every student is expected to abide by it. However it is interesting to note that there are some exceptions which are specified by the CBSE boards for some type of students who can take up the exams even in the case of two failed consecutive attempts.
Criteria number 3 - The age limit of the candidates
The candidates who are willing to take up the JEE advanced 2018 exam should be born on or after 1st of October 1993 and the students who belong to the category of PWD that is person with disability or SC that is scheduled Castes or ST that is Scheduled Tribes must be born on or after 1st of October, 1988.
Criteria number 4 - Previous admission to the IITs
The candidates who have taken admissions in any other colleges barring the IITs are eligible to take up the advanced JEE exams. However the students who had got the admission in the IIT earlier are not eligible to take up the JEE advanced exams again. Also the students whose admission was cancelled by the IIT due to whatsoever reason are not eligible to take up the exams.
Criteria number 5 - Appearance for the class 12 or an equivalent examination
Candidates who have taken up the class 12 or an equivalent examination for the first time in the year 2017 or 2018 are eligible to take up the IIT JEE advanced exams. However, the students who have taken up the exam in the year 2016 whose results were declared after June 2016 are also eligible to take up the IIT JEE advanced exams.