JEE Advanced 2017 Rank Predictor - Candidates appearing in JEE Advanced 2017 on May 21 can use the rank predictor to calculate the expected rank obtained in the exam. To use JEE Advanced rank predictor 2017 candidates have to login with their Facebook or Google account. Candidates have to enter their JEE Advanced 2017 score to get the estimated rank. Therefore, before using the tool, candidates must calculate the probable score using answer key of JEE Advanced. Candidates also have to enter other information such as roll number, expected scores, cutoff category, class 12 Boards details etc. With the help of JEE Advanced rank predictor candidates will be able to predict the rank prior to the announcement of the result. In addition, based on the rank, it will also display the list of institutes and B.Tech programmes that candidates might have a chance for admission. The JEE Advanced rank predictor will be activated after the conclusion of the examination and the link to use the tool will be available here. Candidates may read the article given below to know more about JEE Advanced 2017 rank predictor.
In order to get the estimated rank, candidates at first will require calculating the probable score. The marks can be calculated with the help of answer key to be provided by various coaching institutes few hours after the exam gets over on May 21. Candidates will be able to use the official answer key of JEE Advanced on June 04, 2017. The steps to use the score is as given below:
Candidates have to follow few basic steps given below to use JEE Advanced rank predictor 2017:
Step 1) Register/Login with Facebook or Google account
Submission and Processing of details
Candidates have to enter the following details and then click on the submit button for the information to get processed:
Display of JEE Advanced 2017 Rank
On the basis of the information entered by the candidates, JEE Advanced rank predictor will display the expected rank. It will also display the probability to qualify the entrance exam along with the list of institutes and courses that candidates might have a chance to get admission. The overall report will also be sent to the candidates’ registered email ID.
Highlights of JEE Advanced 2017 Rank Predictor
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