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-----Original Message-----
From: Tamaghna Kumar Banerjee
Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2005 1:59 AM
Subject: Message sent from website

query: I am a 12pass student & about to write the IITJEE 2005.I want to know ,how can I join others in cracking new problems here (I am a new user of 123 & I see all the problems already solved).

The most recent problem is not solved. You can type your solution in .doc file and email us at along with your name, class, school/college and place.

I also want to know whether the pattern of IITJEE 05 mains (10 ques. of 2 marks & 10 of 4 marks) going to change or not.

JEE is known for surprises, hence nothing can be said for sure. Be prepared for anything.

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