JEE Advanced 2015: Architecture Aptitude Test results declared at www.jeeadv.iitb.ac.in

JEE Advanced AAT results announcedThe results for the JEE Advanced Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) 2015 have been announced online. The candidates can check whether they have cleared the exam at www.jeeadv.iitb.ac.in.

As of now, the authorities have released the list of successful candidates only, the detailed results will be declared at 10 am, tomorrow, as per the website.

The cut-off marks will be set by the Joint Implementation Committee (JIC). There will be no separate ranking or separate cut-off for students belonging to different categories.

The competitive exam was held on June 21. Those who clear this exam will be eligible for admission into architecture courses at the participating colleges.

Only those candidates who are looking to join the B.Arch programme at IIT Kharagpur and IIT Roorkee and same the same as one of the choices while filling-in their choices online were eligible to appear for AAT.

The results summary for JEE Advanced 2015 was released on June 17, and the students’ individual results were declared online on June 18. The Joint Seat Allocation Authority website, for admission to IITs and ISM through JEE Advanced 2015 and to NITs, IIITs, Other -GFTIs through JEE Main 2015, was also launched on June 23.

The revised answer keys and the marks for answers were released on June 13. These answer keys were published after making the required changes, on the basis of the feedback given by the candidates regarding any discrepancies in the answer keys, which were released on June 8.

The students were permitted to give their feedback starting at 12 pm on June 8 up till 5 pm on June 11. They were allowed to submit the feedback only through fax, and any communication via e-mail or telephone was not available. The fax numbers for all zonal institutes were mentioned along with the answer keys.

The Optical Response Sheet (ORS) and scanned images, cut-off marks and rank list for preparatory courses have already been published online. The Joint Seat Allocation and the seat matrix were also released recently.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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