JEE Advanced Result 2015 Score / Marks / Rank Card & Cut Off

By | June 16, 2015

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JEE Advance Result on 18th June 2015:  IIT Joint Entrance Examination 2015 was held on 24th May 2015. IIT Aspirants are waiting for their results anxiously. IIT JEE Advanced Exam result will be declared on 18th June 2015 on their official website at 10:00 am. This year around 1.5 Lakh students appear for the Examination. IIT JEE Advanced has uploaded answer keys of Paper I and Paper II of JEE Advanced 2015 exams on their official website. This year IIT changed its Exam Pattern and marking scheme. IIT Board officials uploaded revised qualifying marks in JEE Admission 2015 on their official website. Students can download the revised qualifying marks sheet from their official website.

JEE Advanced Results 2015

JEE Advanced 2015 Answer Key and Cut off list

JEE Advanced 2015 Expected Cut-Off & Exam Analysis

JEE Advanced Results:

Students need to have a look to the previous year, JEE Advanced results. This will help to analyze this year results. Previous year, JEE Advanced stats were totally shocking. Go through the below stats carefully, to get a rough idea of JEE Advanced 2015 Results.

Total Students registered for JEE Advanced Exam 2014: 1, 26, 997

Qualified students for JEE Advanced 2014: 27,151

Students came in Common Merit List 2014: 19,416

OBC students: 6,000


SC students: 4,400

ST students: 1,250

PWD students: 243

JEE Advanced 2015 Revised Qualifying Marks 2015

Rank List

Minimum % marks in each subject Minimum % aggregate marks
Common rank List 7.00


OBC-NCL rank list

6.30 22.050
SC rank list 3.50


ST rank list

3.50 12.250
OPEN-PwD rank list 3.50


OBC-NCL-PwD rank list

3.50 12.250
SC-PwD rank list 3.50


ST-PwD rank list

3.50 12.250
Preparatory course rank lists 1.75



Negative Marking: 2 Marks for every wrong answer

Maximum Aggregate Marks in Paper I & Paper II: 264 + 240 (respectively) = 504

Maximum marks in Physics Paper I & Paper II: 88 + 80 (respectively) = 168

Maximum marks in Chemistry Paper I & Paper II: 88 + 80 (respectively) = 168

Maximum marks in Mathematics Paper I & Paper II: 88 + 80 (respectively) = 168

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