How Common Merit List for JEE and Cut-off Marks is prepared
JEE (main) 2013 merit list will be based on 40% weightage of school board marks obtained by the candidate (normalised across boards) in Class XII (or equivalent exams) and 60 per cent weightage of JEE (main). “The 40% weightage to school board exams marks will be considered only after normalisation of marks across all state boards.
For admissions to IITs
Only top 1.50 lakh candidates who scoring maximum qualifying marks in JEE Main are eligible for JEE Advanced test.
JEE (main) results will be out by May and qualifying candidates will be required to fill up JEE (advanced) forms in offline mode.
JEE Main and JEE Advanced Exam 2013 Pattern
- JEE (main): Paper 1 (BE/B Tech): MCQ Physics, Chemistry, Biology; 3 hours; offline test on April 7, 2013. Online test between April 8 and April 25 (dates to be declared later) Paper II (B Arch/B Planning): Math, Aptitude, Drawing; 3 hours; Offline test: April 7
- JEE (advanced): MCQs, two tests (morning, afternoon), same as IIT JEE; Papers in English, Hindi