KEAM 2015 cutoff Marks Details

KEAM 2015 Cutoff can be defined as that minimum number of marks that a applicant must score to proceed further in admission process. If a applicant score marks equal to or more than the cutoff then only they will be considered eligible for further rounds. If unable to do that, applicants will not be enlisted in the merit list and hence will not be able to take admission.

Cutoff list of Keam 2015

KEAM 2015 Cutoff is decided by the officials after considering various facts like previous year cutoff, level of exam, type of questions, number of applicants appeared in the exam, etc. On the basis of cutoff applicants will be placed in a merit list which will decide the preference of the applicants to attend the counseling process. The applicants top in the list will be called first for the counselling. All in all these following things are considered prior to deciding the cutoff marks:

  1. Total application form filled for the exam.
  2. Total applicants present in the exam.
  3. Available vacant seats.
  4. Reservation criteria followed by the University.
  5. Level of exam.

After considering all these facts a final cutoff is released by the University. Those who succeed in doing this will be able to attend the counseling and fill the choices for the college according to their preferences.
Uses:

KEAM 2015 Cutoff can be used in various ways. It will decide which applicant will be called first to attend the counselling process and fill the choices for the colleges. Some other benefits or uses of cutoff marks are mentioned here:

  1. Helps in calculating scores.
  2. Is an exam qualifying probability.
  3. Helps in determining the list of desired courses and colleges.
  4. Defines performance in written exam.

NOTE: All this information about KEAM 2015 Cutoff is on the basis of last year data available to us. Changes introduced, if any, by the officials will be mentioned in the notification for 2015.

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