**JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2021:** If you are looking for the expected JEE Main 2021 Percentile vs Rank or want to understand the JEE Main normalization process, then this is the right place for you. As the JEE Main exam is conducted four times this year, it becomes important to understand the normalization process. Please note the JEE Mains result is announced in the form of percentiles (both total and subject-wise) for every candidate which is calculated using the normalization process. This article on JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2021 will help you to get all the details on how the NTA adopts this methodology to calculate the All India Rank (AIR).

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the exam dates for all four sessions. JEE Mains April session is conducting from April 27 to 30, 2021. JEE Mains April result 2021 will be announced in the 1st week of May 2021. Earlier. JEE Mains Feb and March session was conducted. The result for JEE Mains Feb and March session have released. However, when we look at the NTA JEE Main scorecard, only the percentile scores in each subject and the total percentile score of the candidates is mentioned. The rank is not mentioned on the result/scorecard for February, March, and April. The rank will only be mentioned on the final result that will be released after the May session of JEE Main 2021.

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The percentile score (NTA score) is a relative score in which the topper will get a percentile score of 100. In this article, we will be providing you with the complete information related to the expected JEE Main 2021 Percentile Vs Rank based on the analysis of past trends along with the normalization process used by NTA. Continue reading this article to know more.

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## JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2021

Students will be eager to know what their JEE Main percentile score means and what rank they are likely to get based on their percentile score.

To help you with this, we are providing you with the expected Percentile vs Rank in JEE Main 2021. You can bookmark this page to stay updated on all information related to JEE Main 2021 Percentile Vs Rank.

### Expected JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2021

We have analyzed the past trends and have calculated the expected JEE Main 2021 Percentile Vs Rank as given below:

Percentile Scores (NTA Score) | Expected Rank |

100 | 1 |

99 | 8746+ |

98 | 17,490+ |

97 | 26,235+ |

96 | 34,980+ |

95 | 43,724+ |

94 | 52,469+ |

93 | 61,214+ |

92 | 69,959+ |

91 | 78,703+ |

90 | 87,448+ |

85 | 1,31,171+ |

80 | 1,74,895+ |

70 | 2,62,342+ |

60 | 3,49,789+ |

50 | 4,37,236+ |

40 | 5,24,682+ |

30 | 6,12,129+ |

20 | 6,99,576+ |

10 | 7,87,023+ |

5 | 8,30,747+ |

0 | 8,50,000+ |

### JEE Main Percentile vs Marks 2021

Candidates can check out the JEE Main marks which would land them to a certain JEE Main percentile calculated after normalization (as per the previous years 2020 and 2019) in the table below:

**JEE Main Marks Vs Percentile**

JEE Main Marks | JEE Main Percentile |

-75 to -20 | 0.843517743614459 – 0.843517743614459 |

-19 to -10 | 0.843517743614459 – 0.843517743614459 |

0 – 10 | 0.843517743614459 – 9.69540662201048 |

11 – 20 | 13.4958497103427 – 33.2291283360524 |

21 – 30 | 37.6945295632834 – 56.5693109770195 |

31 – 40 | 58.1514901857346 – 71.3020522957121 |

41 – 50 | 73.2878087751462 – 80.9821538087469 |

51 – 60 | 82.0160627661434 – 86.9079446541208 |

61 – 70 | 87.5122250914779 – 90.7022005707394 |

71 – 80 | 91.0721283110867 – 93.1529718505396 |

81 – 90 | 93.4712312797351 – 94.7494792463808 |

91 – 100 | 94.9985943180054 – 96.0648502433078 |

101 – 110 | 96.2045500677875 – 96.9782721725982 |

111 – 120 | 97.1429377776765 – 97.6856721385145 |

121 – 130 | 97.8112608696124 – 98.2541321080562 |

131 – 140 | 98.3174149345299 – 98.6669358629096 |

141 – 150 | 98.7323896268267 – 98.9902969950969 |

151 – 160 | 99.0286140409721 – 99.2397377073381 |

161 – 170 | 99.272084675244 – 99.4312143898418 |

171 – 180 | 99.4569399985455 – 99.573193698637 |

181 – 190 | 99.5973996511304 – 99.6885790237511 |

191 – 200 | 99.7108311325455 – 99.7824720681761 |

201 – 210 | 99.7950635053476 – 99.845212160289 |

211 – 220 | 99.8516164257469 – 99.8937326121479 |

221 – 230 | 99.9011137994553 – 99.9289017987302 |

231 – 240 | 99.9349804235716 – 99.9563641573886 |

241 – 250 | 99.9601632979145 – 99.9750342194015 |

250 – 262 | 99.9772051568448 – 99.9888196721667 |

263 – 270 | 99.9909906096101 – 99.9940299220308 |

271 – 280 | 99.9946812032638 – 99.997394875068 |

300 | 99.99989145 |

### JEE Main Marks Vs Percentile Vs Rank

### JEE Mains Marks vs Rank

Candidates can check below the rank vs marks of JEE Mains (As per previous year January 2020).

Marks | Rank |

-75 to -20 | 1074300 – 1071804 |

-19 to -10 | 1071460 – 1058151 |

0 – 10 | 991222 – 831941 |

11 – 20 | 796929 – 615134 |

21 – 30 | 573996 – 400110 |

31 – 40 | 385534 – 264383 |

41 – 50 | 246089 – 175204 |

51 – 60 | 165679 – 120612 |

61 – 70 | 115045 – 85657 |

71 – 80 | 82249 – 63079 |

81 – 90 | 60147 – 48371 |

91 – 100 | 46076 – 36253 |

101 – 110 | 34966 – 27838 |

111 – 120 | 26321 – 21321 |

121 – 130 | 20164 – 16084 |

131 – 140 | 15501 – 12281 |

141 – 150 | 11678 – 9302 |

151 – 160 | 8949 – 7004 |

161 – 170 | 6706 – 5240 |

171 – 180 | 5003 – 3932 |

181 – 190 | 3709 – 2869 |

191 – 200 | 2664 – 2004 |

201 – 210 | 1888 – 1426 |

211 – 220 | 1367 – 979 |

221 – 230 | 911 – 655 |

231 – 240 | 599 – 402 |

241 – 250 | 367 – 230 |

250 – 262 | 210 – 103 |

263 – 270 | 83 – 55 |

271 – 280 | 49 – 24 |

300 | 1 |

Now you have an idea about the expected JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank Vs Marks. But what exactly is a Percentile Score? How is Percentile calculated? How to determine the rank of the candidates from Percentile Scores?

Let’s understand all these things.

### JEE Mains Percentile Vs Rank 2021: What is Percentile Score?

The Percentile Score tells how you have performed in comparison to all other students who appeared for the exam. So, it tells you what percentage of the total number of students who appeared for the exam scored less than or equal to that particular percentile in that examination. It is neither the percentage score (which is the percentage of the maximum marks that you have secured) nor the raw marks (absolute marks secured by you).

The formula to calculate the percentile score is as under:

**Percentile Score of a Candidate = 100 x (Number of candidates who secured a raw score (or actual score) EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate)/(Total number of candidates who appeared in that session)**

So, with this formula, the raw marks of the candidates are normalized and expressed as Percentile Score (also called NTA Score). It also eliminates the discrepancy caused by the variation of difficulty level across various sessions.

### JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2021: How Does Normalization Eliminate The Discrepancies Caused By Variation Of Difficulty Level?

So, let us elaborate on it with an example.

Let’s start with the following assumptions:

**a.**Candidate A appeared for the exam in Session 1.**b.**Candidate A secured the highest marks among all the students who appeared in that Session 1. He scored 280 out of 300.**c.**A total of 45632 students appeared for the exam in Session 1.**d.**Candidate B appeared for the exam in Session 2.**e.**Candidate B secured the highest score among all the students who appeared in that Session 2. She scored 265 out of 300.**f.**A total of 45067 students appeared for the exam in Session 2.**g.**Session 1 was easier than Session 2.

Now, if we consider the raw scores secured by Candidate A (280) and Candidate B (265) to create the merit list, of course, Candidate A would be the overall topper.

That would be unfair because Session 2 was more difficult than Session 1.

Now, let’s see what happens if we normalize the scores secured by Candidate A and Candidate B using the above formula and express them in Percentile.

**In Session 1:**

No. of candidates who secured a raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than Candidate A **= 45632 **

Total number of candidates who appeared in Session 1: **45632**

Using the above formula,

**Percentile Score Obtained by Candidate A = 100 x (45632/45632) = 100**

**In Session 2:**

No. of candidates who secured a raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than Candidate B **= 45067 **

Total number of candidates who appeared in Session 1: **45067 **

Using the above formula,

**Percentile Score Obtained by Candidate A = 100 x (45067 /45067) = 100**

So, you see, when expressed in Percentile, both the candidates have secured the same scores.

Let us assume the following scenarios as well:

**In Session 1:**

- a. Both Candidate C and Candidate D secure 2
^{nd}position with a raw score of 272 - b. Candidate E secures the 3
^{rd}position with a raw score of 255

**In Session 2:**

- a. Candidate F secures the 2
^{nd}position with a raw score of 255 (same as the raw score secured by the 3rd position holder of Session 1)

Now, if we consider the raw scores to compile the merit list, then the ranks of Candidates A, B, C, D, E, and F are as under:

Candidate A (280) | 1^{st} Position |

Candidate B (265) | 3^{rd} Position |

Candidate C (272) | 2^{nd} Position |

Candidate D (272) | 2^{nd} Position |

Candidate E (255) | 4^{th} Position |

Candidate F (255) | 4^{th} Position |

Here, you can see that both Candidate E and Candidate F secured the same marks and hence, the same rank. But Candidate E appeared in Session 1 which was easier than Session 2. So, Candidate F should have been the one with a better rank than Candidate E. But that’s not happening because the variation in difficulty level was not considered.

So, let us look at the Percentile Scores of the candidates now:

**a.**Percentile Score of Candidate C = 100 () = 99.9978086*45631/45632***b.**Percentile Score of Candidate D = 100 () = 99.9978086*45631/45632***c.**Percentile Score of Candidate E = 100= 99.9934257**(45629/45632)****d.**Percentile Score of Candidate F = 100*(*= 99.9977811**45066/45067**)

Now, the merit list considering the Percentile Scores is as under:

Candidate A (350) | 1^{st} Position |

Candidate B (310) | 1^{st} Position |

Candidate C (334) | 2^{nd} Position |

Candidate D (334) | 2^{nd} Position |

Candidate E (305) | 4^{th} Position |

Candidate F (305) | 3^{rd} Position |

Here, Candidate F gets a better rank than Candidate E. So, the discrepancy in the result that would have caused if we had considered the raw scores secured by the candidates who appeared for the exam in different sessions having different difficulty level have been eliminated.

It is in this manner, the authorities calculate the JEE Main percentile scores and determine the ranks. Basically, your Percentile Score indicates the percentage of students who secured less than or equal to the raw score obtained by you.

### JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2021: How Is The Rank Determined Using Percentile Scores?

So, as you can see, in the above example, we considered just the total Percentile Scores secured by Candidate A and Candidate B to determine their ranks.

For candidates who appeared in more than one session, the best of the overall (total) NTA Scores will be considered. The **JEE Main Rank List** will then be compiled accordingly and the All India Ranks will be given.

### JEE Main 2021 Normalization Process: Tie Breaker Guidelines

While compiling the actual JEE Main Rank List, NTA will consider the total, as well as the subject-wise Percentile scores, in the following order:

**a.**Candidates who obtain a higher Total Percentile score will be given preference.**b.**If the tie still persists, candidates who obtain higher Percentile Score in Mathematics will be considered,**c.**If the tie still exists, candidates who obtain higher Percentile Score in Physics will be given preference,**d.**If the tie persists even after that, candidates who obtain higher Percentile Score in Chemistry will be considered,**e.**If the tie exists even after that, candidates with less proportion of negative responses will be considered,**f.**If the tie exists even after that, the candidate who is older (in age) will be considered,**g.**If the tie still exists after that, the candidates will be given the same rank.

## JEE Main Cutoff 2021

JEE Main February was conducted from February 23 to 26, 2021. Candidates can check below the category wise JEE Main expected cutoff 2021:

- General – 90 to 95
- General (EWS) – 70 to 75
- OBC NCL – 70 to 75
- SC – 50 to 55
- ST – 40 to 45

### Previous Years’ JEE Mains Cutoff trends

Category | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 |

General | 90.376534 | 89.754885 | 74 | 81 | 100 | 105 | 115 | 113 |

OBC-NCL | 72.888797 | 74.316656 | 45 | 49 | 70 | 70 | 74 | 70 |

Gen-EWS | 70.243552 | 78.217487 | – | – | – | – | – | – |

ST | 39.06961 | 44.334517 | 24 | 27 | 48 | 44 | 47 | 45 |

SC | 50.176025 | 54.012816 | 29 | 32 | 52 | 50 | 53 | 50 |

PwD | 0.0618524 | 0.1137173 | -35 | – | – | – | – | – |

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Now, you have a clear idea about JEE Main Rank Vs Percentile. You also know how to calculate the Percentile Score or NTA Score. We hope it clears all your doubt regarding JEE Main normalization and JEE Mains Percentile Vs Rank.

The expected JEE Main 2021 Percentile Vs Rank also gives you an idea about whether or not you are likely to get into your dream college with your current NTA Score. You can now plan your next steps accordingly.

### Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Related To JEE Mains 2021 Percentile Vs Rank

Here we have answered some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the JEE Main 2021 percentile vs rank and the normalization process.

Q1. How the JEE Main percentile scores can be calculated using raw scores?Ans: National Testing Agency (NTA) uses a formula to calculate the percentile score of an individual with respect to his/her raw score. The raw scores are then normalized because the JEE Main exam is conducted in multiple sessions. For more details about the JEE Main percentile vs rank, you can check this article. |

Q2. Where can I get JEE Main mock test series for free?Ans: You can get free JEE Main mock test series at Embibe. |

Q3. What will be my percentile if I score 270+ in my JEE Main February 2021 session? Ans: It is difficult to assume any kind of percentile range for a given raw score. But as per past analysis, you can easily get 95 to 98 percentile for a score of 270. You can also check JEE Main Marks vs Rank here. |

Q4. 70 percentile in JEE Main means how many marks? Ans: If your percentile is 70 It means that 70% students of the total students who appeared for the Exam are Behind you. However, this does not help in finding out the number of marks, because that is dependent on the cutoff and the overall scores of all candidates appearing for the JEE exam. |

Q4. 99 percentile in JEE Main means how many marks? Ans: Your percentile is 99 It means 99% students of the total students who appeared for the Exam are Behind you. However, this does not help in finding out the number of marks, because that is dependent on the cutoff and the overall scores of all candidates appearing for the JEE exam. |

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