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Questions related to Brick Group of Institutes, Pune
I have scored 145/200 marks in nata. and 73% in 12th sci. also i belong to EWS category. so can i get admission in bricks college of architecture in 2020
Getting admission into any college depends upon following factors.
- No. Of candidates appeared in exam
- Difficulty level of exam
- Previous years cutoff trend
- Seat availability
As per my knowledge the cutoff usually goes around 140 to 150 (marks) in Bricks college of architecture. So you can have chances in this college .But at this moment it is bit hard to predict because your score is also very much close to the cutoff and also this can vary every year. So it is better to go for counselling. But there is no centralized counselling for NATA. You need to apply to the particular institute for counselling.
Hope this helps.
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