Info about ISEET

IIT-JEE happens to be one of the most desirously attempted exams by many students. Dreams and desires are packed together to compete in the exam helping one gain admissions in any one of the prestigious IITs of our country. This coveted exam will be replaced by an exam known as ISEET – Science Engineering Entrance Test, covering the groups of students attempting for IIT-JEE. This will be the only exam that students aspiring to get into the engineering field will have to take up. No more of separate prep for AIEEE and IIT-JEE, it’s all going to be one single exam, making lives of many students much easier.

ISEET is all set to change the lives of many students by making it easy to prepare for entrance exams. Since ISEET clubs two major entrance exams (IIT-JEE and AIEEE) we can expect about 15L students appearing in 2013. This exam is going to be managed and conducted by CBSE. Over time, our government plans on putting an end to all the engineering entrance exams conducted by individual states to make it easy on the children.

The next question is – what forms a part of this test? ISEET has 2 parts

ü  ISEET Main –It is for duration of 3 hours comprising of reading comprehension, critical thinking and logical reasoning to test the student’s abilities. 30% of the total scores are taken into consideration.

ü  ISEET Advanced – This is also for duration of 3 hours comprises of Problem Solving Ability in Basic Science Subjects. Weightage considered in this section is 30%.

You would be wondering what happens to the remaining 40%. This 40% is taken from your academic records of Class 12 or equivalent. Based all the three scores, a final score is arrived at, which will then be used for awarding admissions in the various colleges.

The various other colleges which accept AIEEE scores will decide on the weightage that they would like to give for the academic scores and base their admissions on it. For all those who are going to give the exams next year, just relax and log in to our website from time to time to find out more tips, suggestions and other information regarding ISEET exams. Happy reading.

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33 Responses to Info about ISEET

  1. Deepak sahni says:

    Sir,
    i have passd my 12th in 2011
    can i eligible for iseet
    and iits or nits.
    Pleas explain in brefly.
    Plz…. Plz plz

  2. Parul Singh says:

    Does ISEET cover private colleges like BITS, Sardar Patel and VJTI (both in Mumbai)? Or will BITSAT be held in 2013 also?
    Also, will Maharashtra CET be held in 2013?
    I have passed CBSE boards this year with 93% and I’m planning to take a drop.
    Please help.

  3. ayush chowdhary says:

    as theres a lot of confusion about iseet 2013 wont the exam dates be postponed for 2013. i scored 92% in my 12th boards and got an air of 5412 in jee 2012 should i give iseet 2013. what are my chances…

  4. Markandey says:

    Is “improvement exam” a good option to better our scores?

  5. Daljeet Singh says:

    Sir, i secured 60% marks in cbse board 2012. And I want to give ISEET 2013.. But the new pattern says that, only top 20% students of their respective boards are eligible for IIT exam. Now, what should i do?? Should i give improvement exam? Or reappear in 12th by taking admisson in schools?? Help please,..!!! Hoping for best answer..

  6. chandan says:

    sir, i have pass the 12th class in 2011 with 68% & 62.6% pcm i attempt iit in 2012 &aieee two times please tell me can i give iseet 2013 exam.

  7. avinash says:

    Sir i hv passed 12th with 64.8 percent wil this no will be given consideration for iseet 2013 or we wil be given a chance by cbse for improvement in cbse 2013 exam.

  8. deepika says:

    i hv secured 82% in cbse board 2012..now if i want to take drop and prepare for 1 more year then what are the chances that i can compete with 90+% students in 2013..since i hv only 82% i am already in bottom of ranklist…plz tell me if dis is is true.

  9. Abhishek says:

    I have 66.4% in 12th 2012, what you think, if i take coaching to AIEEE and give exam ISEET 2013. second is that i avoid it, & do like b.sc or private colleges to b.tech

    • padmaja says:

      Abhishek,
      The choice is yours. It all depends on what you want to do, what is your interest and what you aspire to become in future.
      Make the right choice.
      Padmaja

  10. abhishek says:

    sir i have got 50% marks in PCM this year so what i give next year ISEET exam 2013

  11. sai krishna madishetty says:

    i completed 12 th in 2011 and attempted iit and aieee in 2011 and 2012 but couldnt qualify. can i attempt iseet 2013? if yes am i eligible for iit’s also?

  12. kushagra mishra says:

    i passed 12 in 2011 and appeared for iitjee in 2012 but unselected can i give iseet in 2013

  13. pranay says:

    Sir i scored 57% in 12th in year 2012…
    Then can i will give iseet 2013..?
    Or m i eligible for it..?
    N please give me eligible criteria for iseet..

  14. mishra krishna says:

    * how many attempt are considered in iseet?
    * will comedk continue in 2013 ?

    • padmaja says:

      Hi,
      COMEDK will be on for 2013, after which it will cease to exist.
      As for the number of attempts in ISEET, we are yet to get the same. Will let you know once we have some info on it.
      Padmaja

  15. sourabh says:

    what about students who appeared mhtcet 2012 n want to try iseet 2013? Can they reappear? If yes…. The 40% weightage shall b considered from their 2012 board marks?

  16. balpreet says:

    i appeared for iit and aieee in 2011 and 2012…i want to ask that can i appear in iseet 2013…???

    • padmaja says:

      Hi Balpreet,
      There is no particular eligibility criteria which talks about this. The eligibility criteria only states that a student must have passed Class12 with a minimum of 40% in the science stream.
      So, all the best,
      Padmaja

  17. malay says:

    what you think ? jee highest cut off goes to 70or 75% only so would be a person clear jee if he do not well in mains+advance & he top in class 12.

    • padmaja says:

      Hi Malay,
      Please note that only 15 IITs, 30 NITs, 4 IIITs, 5 IISERs and a few deemed universities are the participants in ISEET 2013. Irrespective of your score in the exam or class 12, the percentage of marks taken is 30+30+40. So, you will have to be a top scorer to be on the top list of scorers.
      Regards,
      Padmaja

  18. suman says:

    i m just appeared in IIT 2012..,i want to ask that-’is it right for preparing for ISEET 2013 through coaching’ ?

  19. min says:

    ARE BOARD REPEATERS ELIGIBLE FOR ISEET?

  20. murali kishore says:

    It is better to look at the positive aspects of the ISEET proposed. ISEET should be conducted from 2013 onwords. It will do away with multiple entrance examinations and reduce the stress levels of students. Whether the weightage of Class 12 Board examinations will be only for group marks or group and languages together. What is meant that Weightage: At least 40% to Class XII Board Exams (Can go up to 100%). Pl clarify

    • padmaja says:

      Hi Murali,
      The weightage we are talking here, refers to the percentage of marks that is considered. You can see that ISEET Main and Advanced are two different tests. The total scores from each of these tests are converted to 30% each and the remaining 40% is taken from academics.
      For example: If you receive 80/100 in ISEET Main and 75/100 in Advanced, convert both the scores to 30%, which is 24% + 22.5% = 46.5% in your ISEET and the remaining 40% is taken from your Class 12 exam results.
      This is how it works. Hope it clarifies your doubt.
      Padmaja

  21. will the board percentage of repeaters be considered for iseet 2013

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