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    Am I eligible for IITJAM having 54.356% in 3 consecutive years of graduation?

    I have completed my graduation in june with geology as a major subject,and was placed in First Class.however my total percentage for all 3 consecutive years is comming to be 54.356.i wanted to know if i can apply for the Jam entrance exam.THANK YOU.

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    Re: Am I eligible for IITJAM having 54.356% in 3 consecutive years of graduation?

    Hi,

    To write IIT JAM you need to have atleast 55% aggregate for all subjects including languages,ie core + sub.

    Make sure that you have calculated the aggregate correctly.

    If all the calculation is correct and still you have a percent decrease than the eligible percentage write an improvement exam for a paper you have deep knowledge in.

    Wish you all the best.

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    Re: Am I eligible for IITJAM having 54.356% in 3 consecutive years of graduation?

    Eligibility Criteria To Apply For IITJAM is mentioned below -

    PERCENTAGE -
    For GENERAL/OBC = 55% Aggregate Marks(all subjects).
    For SC/ST/PD = At least 50% Aggregate Marks9all subjects).

    EDUCATIONAL -
    Bachelors degree with GEOLOGY as main subject, and candidate must have MATHEMATICS in 12th.

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    Re: Am I eligible for IITJAM having 54.356% in 3 consecutive years of graduation?

    Sorry to say that you are not eligible for JAM exam since candidates must have min 55% in graduation to apply for CLAT exam.You know that your marks are slightly below but not equal after round of also so better to apply for other exams to get a job .you can try for GRE exam to get admission in master degree courses in your respective field in foreign universities.They will offer you good scholarship as well as better infrastructure for your studies.Some universities are -

    Bejing institute of technology

    Stanford university

    Tokyo university

    MIT

    Harward.

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