The cut-off marks for TANCET 2020 is out now. You can visit the official website of Anna University and check it out. You can get it at the college and category wise section.
Each year new set of TANCET cut off is announced by the University. The normal range hovers somewhere between 34% to 64% for the general category.
No doubt, you would have to score much higher than the average cut-off to secure your place at the top and get an option to choose your college.
Several factors determine this change in percentile. Mostly it depends on the:
The difficulty of taking the exam
Total number of candidates appearing for the exam
Number of seats available
Category wise breakup
The TANCET cut off varies across MTech, MCA, and other programs.
Apart from following the instructions, it’s also important to undertake a planned study time. Let’s look at a few ways in which you can clear the hurdle quite easily.
It’s of no use slumbering all day long with your subjects. Competitive exams are all about working smartly because there is a large contingent of candidates. Get on in the focused study mode and minimize distractions.
Don’t talk over the phone, run errands, or switch on the TV during these study hours. Start with the hardest subject and end with the easiest. Prepare a routine and stick to it all day.
You can't expect to score well when your mind is hovering somewhere else. It's not nice being boring, Jack, so, take frequent breaks.
Take short walks or shut your eyes for a few minutes. It will keep you rejuvenated and increase your attention span.
Reference books are great for bracing the competitive exams. It will help you to score much higher than the expected TANCET Cut Off. Consult NCERT books as it will give you a basic concept of all subjects. However, don’t read reference books as it will lead to confusion.
Start studying in the early parts of the day. Read your notes and revise them in the afternoon. Prepare a routine as it will help you to avoid confusion. Revise at least 2-3 times, and you will remember everything.
Don’t ever think these tips to be unnecessary. Exercise regularly to stay in shape as a disciplined body creates a better mind.
Additionally, it a balanced diet and include nuts, vitamin, protein, carbohydrates, and calcium in equal proportions. It will keep you agile all day and ward off negativities.
All the best for TANCET 2020. Embrace the challenge and work diligently to score excellent marks in the upcoming examination.
1. How to Correct Mistakes in Admit Cards, and Does Anna University Send a Hard Copy of It?
You can correct mistakes in admit card by sending a letter to Anna University accompanied by a Demand Draft of Rs 100.
You can correct names, addresses, and spelling errors in admit cards. Anna University releases duplicate admit card once the request is accepted.
2. Does the University Send a Hard Copy of Admit Cards?
A hard copy of the admit card is not sent to the candidates. You will need to download it from the official website. Go to the official website and take a printout after login with your user id and password.
3. What are the Duration of the TANCET Exam and Minimum Eligibility Criteria?
The TANCET examination is held for two hours, and the minimum eligibility criteria for candidates is scoring 50% in graduation.
4. What is the Marking System for TANCET, and How Long Does the Score Remain Valid?
Candidates are assessed out of a total of 100 marks, and there +1 marks for the correct answer. You will get -1 for each wrong answer. The TANCET score remains valid for 1 year.