IIT aspirants not happy with CBSE’s scoring system

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IIT aspirants not happy with CBSE’s scoring system

Many IIT aspirants are unhappy with their scores since they scored lower than they had expected  to in the IIT JEE mains and on top of that the aspirants are miffed with CBSE for not extending the registration deadline of the JEE advanced exam.

Monday evening saw CBSE finally issuing the notification that allowed the students to effectively review their score by providing them answer keys. Therefore the students seeking admission in National institute of technology (NIT) and other centrally institutes are relieved.

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