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    Arpit Raj Mall Arpit Raj Mall 
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    Sir!
    I am a student who passed 12th CBSE in the session 2014-2015, but I didn’t have Mathematics as a subject, but as without it I cannot be eligible for JEE, I am planning to give mathematics as an additional subject in the year 2017, will I be eligible for taking JEE exam then? If yes, then what should I fill in the column of 12th passing year? Please inform in detail

    Thank you!

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    Hermann Singh Hermann Singh 
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    You should put 2017 as passing year as it is the year when you pass in accordance with the requirements fir application.

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    Shraddha Goel Shraddha Goel 
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    Yes after giving mathematics’ exam you shall be eligible to appear for JEE and then you can put 2017 as your year of passing. Meanwhile you will get a year to give maths’ exam and also get coaching for JEE.

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    Olivia Das Olivia Das 
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    Yes definitely you can appear for JEE but only after you pass maths exam next year. Till then prepare well for both Maths as well as JEE mains 🙂 best of luck!

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