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What is the highest percentile in JEE Mains 2020?
As per the official notification, a total of 11 candidates scored a 100 percentile in JEE Main January 2020 Session.
What percentile is 150 marks in JEE Main 2020?
Answer. Greetings candidate, As per your score in JEE Mains 2020 and past years’ data analysis, you’re likely to get a percentile around 98.79-98.99.
Can I get IIT with 100 percentile?
You will get seat in any IIT with such score but it is definitely not easy to score such marks nor impossible. It requires a lot of determination, hardwork and knowledge to score such marks.
How much percentile is required for IIT?
The percentage required for IIT is listed below. 75 per cent for candidates belonging to General and OBC-NCL. 65 per cent to the candidates belonging to the categories like SC, ST, and PwD.
How much percentile is required for nit?
2. How much percentile is required for NIT? General Category candidates need to score a minimum of 95+ percentile score to get into NITs. For reserved category candidates, an 80+ percentile score is enough to get into NITs.
What percentile is 100000 rank in JEE Mains?
as per the previous years data to acquire a rank around 1 lakh, you are required to score a percentile of around 85 in your JEE Mains Examination.
How many percentile is 92 marks in JEE Mains?
With 92 marks,your percentile will be approximately 94.8-95.0 and your rank will be between 45926-56076.
Can I get into NIT with 120 marks?
As you have scored 120 marks in jee mains, you can get seat in NIT (according to previous year cutoff).
Can I get CSE with 150 marks?
Hello dear, scoring 150 marks in jee mains is a good score.As you belongs to scheduled caste this marks is enough to get CSE in nits. You will definitely get seat in CSE. You can get CSE in NIT JAMSHEDPUR, NIT ROURKELA, NIT DURGAPUR, NIT KURUKSHETRA, etc.
Can I get CSE in NIT with 95 percentile?
Your rank must be below 20000 to get seat in a NIT in CSE. Do not loose hope, you may get seat in any other branch if you are interested.