JEE Main 2018 examination is one of the important examinations for the aspiring candidate. The JEE Main 2018 examination Application Form has been released on its official website from 1st December 2017. JEE Main 2018 examination will be conducted (Offline) 8th April 2018 and (Online) 15th & 16th April 2018.
In short, students opting for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) can improve their CBSE result by applying for CBSE Improvement Exam only if the student has applied for all the five subjects. JEE and CBSE Improvement Exam rules are simple and the only exception is in the year 2014. After the 2014 year, the rules have been plain and simple for any student to understand. Read below to know about the rules.
JEE Main 2018 Rules & Improvements
- Students who appeared for class 12th board exams in 2017 or 2016 but could not clear the minimum required marks (75%) but passed all the subjects, can appear for improvement exams in 2018 in one or more subjects.
- If the student appears for only 1 or few subjects, then the cut-off for top 20 percentile of 2017 will be considered.
- If the students appear for all the subjects, then the best out of the two performances will be considered.
- If the candidate appears for improvement exam in any of the required subjects, then the aggregate will be calculated on the basis of the best performance.
- All those students who have failed to secure 75 per cent or be in the top 20 percentiles of their respective 12th board examinations and still preparing for JEE Main (or Advanced) 2018, must appear for the improvement exam in one or more subjects as required, to be eligible for JEE Main and Advanced and get an opportunity to secure a seat in any of the Centrally Funded Technical Institutes of the country.
Note: IT IS NOT MANDATORY TO APPEAR FOR THE IMPROVEMENT EXAMS OF ALL SUBJECTS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR JEE MAIN 2018.
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