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IITJEE 2008 Cutoff, Analysis & Expected Rank
  • The IIT-JEE 2008 paper was held on on 13th April 2008. We have gone over both the paper and after analyzing them we have come to the conclusion that JEE this year was difficult than last year. The questions were trickier and hence paper was lengthier. So although cutoffs will dip this year don’t expect them to dip too much. You can check the solutions to IIT JEE 2008.

    In 2007, The overall cutoff was 206 marks. The subject cutoffs were 1,2 and 4 which really don’t count much.

    The branch wise opening and closing ranks for each branch in every IIT for IIT JEE 2007 can be found on IIT Website Here.

    Expected IIT JEE 2008 cutoff for admission: 185-190 marks
    Expected IIT JEE 2008 cutoff for last rank : About 175 marks (7200 rank)

    See more info here : [code:1]http://www.knowledgebin.org/kb/entry/588/[/code:1]
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  • hey nice info!! thanks!!
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    The IIT-JEE 2008 paper was held on on 13th April 2008. We have gone over both the paper and after analyzing them we have come to the conclusion that JEE this year was difficult than last year. The questions were trickier and hence paper was lengthier. So although cutoffs will dip this year don’t expect them to dip too much. You can check the solutions to IIT JEE 2008.

    In 2007, The overall cutoff was 206 marks. The subject cutoffs were 1,2 and 4 which really don’t count much.

    The branch wise opening and closing ranks for each branch in every IIT for IIT JEE 2007 can be found on IIT Website Here.

    Expected IIT JEE 2008 cutoff for admission: 185-190 marks
    Expected IIT JEE 2008 cutoff for last rank : About 175 marks (7200 rank)

    See more info here : [code:1]http://www.knowledgebin.org/kb/entry/588/[/code:1]




    hey nice info!! thanks!!

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