According to the revised eligibility criteria, students who rank in the top 20 percentile of each education board will now be eligible for admission to IITs, even if they do not have a 75% score in Class 12. The aggregate marks and cut-off for fulfilling the top 20 percentile requirement will be calculated based on the marks obtained in physics, chemistry, mathematics, a language, and another subject with the highest marks.
To calculate the JEE Advanced 2023 results, the marks obtained by candidates in physics, chemistry, and mathematics in papers 1 and 2 will be added individually. This means that the marks secured in physics for both papers will be summed to determine the total marks in the subject. The same process applies to chemistry and mathematics. IIT Guwahati will then calculate the aggregate marks for each candidate based on their performance in all three subject papers. The JEE Advanced score will be used to assign ranks. To be included in the common rank list (CRL), candidates must appear in both paper 1 and paper 2.