IIT JEE2009 Cut off Marks

The IIT JEE 2009 paper has just finished and I talked to few of my friends who had given the exam.The exam was bit simpler then the previous year. I would be posting full information about the paper after analysing it. I have just analysed the IIT JEE 2009 paper and found that the pattern of the paper was similar to the previous year.The first paper was simpler straightforward.The second paper was bit trickier as usual and was more subjective type.

The subject wise cutoff doesn’t matter much the subject wise cutoff previous year was 5 marks in Mathematics,0 marks in Physics and 3 marks in Chemistry . Individual subject cutoffs is determined on the basis that top 80% candidates qualify in each subject.

The expected cutoff for the last rank in IIT JEE would be somewhere around 170 to 175 as the paper seems to be bit simpler then the previous year.

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Predicted IIT JEE 2009 cutoff

Predicted rank Expected Marks
1-100 more then 330
101-500 285-330
501-1000 265-295
1001-2000 250-265
2001-3000 238-250
3001-4000 228-238
4001-5000 215-228
5001-6000 198-215
6001-7000 188-198
7000-7500 180-188
7501-8000 170-180

Rank list for IIT JEE 2008

Rank in Common Merit List Aggregate Marks
1 433
501 287
1001 263
1501 248
2001 236
2501 227
3001 219
3501 212
4001 206
4501 200
5001 195
5501 191
6001 186
6501 182
7001 179
7501 175
7903 172

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  1. amitesh says:

    how much marks i have to get in 12th exam for appearing in iit please tell men and which book should i follow

  2. ashish says:

    sir i have give iit exam and i am getting 221 marks what is my rank in iit

  3. piyush sharma says:

    how much marks i have to got in 12th & IIt exam which book i follow

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