Over 13 lakh candidates took JEE Main 2014, out of which the top 1, 50, 000 qualified students were shortlisted for the JEE Advanced 2014. Now the JEE Advanced 2014 is over. Admissions to 16 IITs will be based only on category wise All India Rank in JEE Advanced 2014, provided such candidates are in the top 20 percentile of their respective boards.
Gone are the days when you had to wait till the lists were out. Now you have an option via which you can yourself check you stance once the results are out, and then decide about what options to pursue. Let us talk about this in detail.
The tool which would give you the insights to where you will stand in the results, is the Rank Predictor. JEE Advanced 2014 Rank Predictor is the tool to be used to predict the JEE Advanced Ranks using the scores obtained by the candidate in the exam. This tool is very simple to use and will give nearly accurate predictions of the the All India JEE Advanced 2014 Ranks. You can use the JEE Advanced Rank Predictor 2014 without much hassles – just log in through your Facebook account and enter your expected JEE Advanced Marks and Roll Number. The JEE Advanced Rank Predictor 2014 will display your chances to qualify for the JEE Advanced 2014 as well as the expected All India Rank.
But what to do before the JEE Advanced results are out? Do you need to be unsure about what would the result be like? Would you get selected or not? Well, not really. The JEE Advanced Answer Key 2014 and JEE Advanced Solutions 2014, can be found on many websites. Many coaching institutes got into this job as soon as the exam got over and thus the JEE Advanced Answer Key 2014 and JEE Advanced Solutions 2014 were posted within 24 hours after the exam. You can check this on the official website of CBSE as well.
Some important Information regarding the JEE Advanced Ranking 2014 you should know
Only those candidates who attempted both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2014 will be considered for the ranking. The marks in Physics in JEE Advanced 2014 will be equal to marks in Physics section of Paper 1 plus marks in Physics section of Paper 2. Also, similar procedures will be followed for Chemistry and Mathematics. Thus, the sum of the marks obtained in the individual subjects will be the aggregate marks for the candidate.
Rank Lists- Based on the JEE Advanced 2014 performance of the candidates, a Common Merit List, CML, will be prepared. The candidates must score at least 10% in each subject and 35% in aggregate, in order to be in the CML. Apart from CML, Separate merit lists will be prepared corresponding to OBC, SC and ST categories.
Tie-break criteria- The tie- break criterion in the various merit lists adopted for awarding ranks to the candidates who have scored the same aggregate marks in JEE Advanced 2014, is as follows-
- Higher rank for higher marks in Mathematics
- This is followed by marks in Physics, then in Chemistry
- Same rank, in case both the candidates have the same marks in each of the three subjects.