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Students should know about calculating cut-off marks. The total marks for every subject is 200.

First, take your mathematics mark, divide it by 2, then you will get the marks for 100. Marks of physics and chemistry should be divided by 4, then you would get marks for 50 for each subject. Finally, if you add the marks of Maths, Physics and Chemistry (100 for maths, 50 each for physics and chemistry) you will get cut-off marks.

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