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I want to know what was the cut off for M.A English in Delhi University in 2018 and what are the chances in 2019?

- VirenderUpdated On May 07, 2022 09:37 AM

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- priyal gognaAnswered on May 07, 2022 09:37 AM
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Dear student,

The 2018 DU M.A English cut-off varies from college to college basis an entrance test. Add to this, your score for B.A English (Hons) as qualifying marks. 

So your admission will depend on these two factors. In 2018, the Rank #1 holder had scored a final entrance test mark of 295 with a qualifying percentage of 63.79% in the General Category. She got admission in Lady Shri Ram College for Women basis this score. 

Similarly, DU released a 6th cut-off list with a final entrance test marks of 247 and qualifying percentage of 68.30% in the General category. The student got admission in Kirori Mal College basis this score. 



- Jayita EkkaAnswered on July 17, 2019 12:03 PM
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