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Tamilnadu Engineering Admissions 2013 – How to calculate cut-off marks ?

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Tamilnadu Engineering Admissions 2013 – How to calculate cut-off marks from +2 (Higher Secondary / 12th std) mark list?

The result of this year +2 (Higher Secondary) has been scheduled to be released on 9th May 2013.

For those who are aspiring for an Engineering Seat under Single Window Counselling for Tamilnadu Engineering Admissions 2013, we have provided here the method to calculate TNEA 2013 (Tamilnadu Engineering Admissions 2013) cut-off mark from the marks scored in +2 (higher secondary) examination.

Tamilnadu Engineering Admissions 2013 Cut-off Mark:

Prescribed Subjects for calculating cut-off marks of TNEA 2013 admission are Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Step 1: The marks scored in Mathematics (the subject for which maximum mark is 200) should be divided by 2. For example if a candidate scores 195 marks in Maths then his / her cut-off mark of this subject will be 97.5 (ie. 195/2)

Step 2: The marks scored in Chemistry and Physics are to be divided by 4. For example if a candidate scores 190 and 195 marks in Physics and Chemistry respectively then his / her cut-off marks in these subjects will be 47.5 and 48.75 respectively (ie. 190/4 and 195/4)

Step 3: Now add the above calculated cut-off marks in Mathematics, Physics and chemistry. This would give a final cut-off mark for a student which is also called as Marks scored in prescribed subjects reduced to 200. For example the final cut-off mark from subject wise cut-off marks calculated in step 1 and 2 will be 193.75 (97.5+47.5+48.75)

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