IISER Entrance Exam 2020: Answer Key Remains Unchanged; Check Details Here

Aarushi Kalra Aarushi Kalra
Exams Prep Master

The Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) notified students that the answer key for the IISER entrance exam will remain unchanged and the merit list for the exam will be announced soon.

Previously, many students objected to tricky questions asked in the exam. The head body of the IISER 2020 examination clarified and informed the students that various experts and professionals examined the questions critically; therefore the answer key will not be changed on their demand. 

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The IISER entrance exam was conducted on September 18 for 3 hours from 9 am to 12 pm. The 180 marks exam consisted of 60 questions divided into 4 sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology. 

Students will be able to check the merit list on the official website iiseradmission.in. The merit list of the candidate consists of rank, roll number, name, percentage, and marks secured.

Candidates who are willing to take admission in IISER via JEE Advanced for BS-MS dual degree can apply online on IISER’s official website. The last date to apply for the same is October 6.

Check this | IISER Admission 2020: Application window for Admission through JEE Advanced Score Open till Oct 6

IISER is expected to release the merit lists from 1st week of October as the evaluation process has already been started. The evaluation process and merit list procedure will be based on marks secured and the cut-off.

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research is a cluster of various public research institutions to promote and provide platforms for Scientific research culture. The basic aim of IISERs is to prepare young talents for a better future in Scientific development.

The Institutions provide BS and BS-MS (dual degree) courses that include subjects like Biological Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Economic Sciences, Engineering Sciences (Chemical Engineering, Data Science & Engineering, Geological Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Physical Sciences, and many others.