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JEE Main Scorecard: Dates and Score Calculation

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JEE Main Scorecard: The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts yearly JEE Main examinations. As per the latest update, the NTA has successfully conducted the exam for JEE Main 2022. JEE Main scorecard contains all the important details such as subject-wise NTA scores, the aggregate of the scores, name of the candidate, roll number, date of birth, state code, and category of the candidate. Candidates can download the scorecard using the application number and date of birth.

NTA will also release JEE Main B.Arch results soon after the examination. Declaration of results will take place on the official website of NTA authorities. All India Ranks are released after the release of scorecards. In this article, candidates can find all the important updates and dates regarding JEE Main scorecard release and more. At Embibe, candidates can get all the latest JEE Main information and updates for free! Study materials and mock test questions can also be accessed here for free. Stay tuned to this article for more updates.

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JEE Main Results 2022: Overview

JEE Main scorecard will be released once the exam gets over. Until then, candidates can get the answer key and their individual OMR sheet responses. Candidates can find the table below where all important dates for JEE Main Examination 2022 are given for better reference:

EventsDates for JEE Main Session 1Dates for JEE Main Session 2
Start Date for Application Form SubmissionMarch 01, 2022June 1, 2022
Last Date for Application Form SubmissionApril 25, 2022July 9, 2022 (till 11.00 p.m.)
Last Date for Registration Fee PaymentApril 25, 2022July 12, 2022 (till 11.00 p.m.)
Application Form Correction WindowApril 6 to 8, 2022To Be Announced
Admit Card ReleaseJune 21, 2022July 21, 2022 (OUT)
JEE Main 2022 Exam DateJune 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29, 2022 (Revised)July  25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30, 2022
JEE Main 2022 Final Answer Key Release DateJuly 06, 2022To Be Announced
JEE Main 2022 Result DateJuly 11, 2022 (Released)August 6, 2022 (Tentative)

JEE Main Scorecard: How to Check?

Candidates must follow the below steps to check JEE Main result:

  • Go to the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in
  • Click JEE Main result/scorecard link. 
  • Enter your application number, password, and date of birth with the security PIN.
  • Click on submit, and the candidates can view their scorecards on the screen. 
  • Download and take a print for JEE main advanced and counselling.

Candidates must keep the scorecards safely till the admission process. It is mandatory to bring a copy of the scorecard at the time of counselling.

Details Mentioned on the Result Card of JEE Main 2022  

Below are the details provided in the JEE Main scorecard.

  • Application Number
  • Roll number
  • Parents Name
  • Category
  • Gender
  • Nationality
  • Date of birth
  • Subject-wise scores
  • Aggregate
  • State of eligibility

JEE Main Scorecard: How to Calculate Percentile Score

The scores for both the sessions and shifts are crucial to calculating the percentile score.

Session-1: Day 1, Shift-1

Session-2: Day 1, Shift-2

Particulars Details
Total Percentile (T1P):(100 x No. of candidates from the session with a raw score equal to or less than the T1 score) / Total no. of candidates who appeared in the session
Mathematics Percentile (M1P)(100 x No. of candidates appeared from the session with a raw score equal to or less than the M1 score in Mathematics)/ Total no. of candidates who appeared in the session
Physics Percentile (P1P)(100 x No. of candidates appeared from the session with a raw score equal to or less than the P1 score in Physics) / Total no. of candidates who appeared in the session
Chemistry Percentile (C1P):(100 x No. of candidates appeared from the session with a raw score equal to or less than the C1 score in Chemistry) / Total no. of Candidates who appeared in the session

The exam results are prepared in the form of raw scores and the percentile score of the total raw scores.

The percentile scores for the raw scores for Session 1 and Session 2, obtained as per the calculation above, will be merged to ascertain the NTA scores.

JEE Main Scorecard: Percentage and Percentile

The below table will depict the difference between percentile and percentage for better understanding.

PercentagePercentile
A percentage is a number out of 100The percentile score of a candidate will reflect how many candidates have scored below that candidate in an exam. A percentile score is a value below which a certain per cent of observations falls.

JEE Main Scorecard: Normalisation Process

The JEE Main exams will be held in two sessions, which means the difficulty level varies accordingly. Authorities implement a normalization process to deal with this problem. JEE Main marks indicate the percentage of students with marks below, or equal to, those with the highest scores in the sessions.

Important Note: The normalisation scores are different from the percentage of marks obtained in the examination 

JEE Main Scorecard: Tie Breaking Rule 

The National Testing Agency follows a tie-breaking rule which is mentioned in the JEE Main information bulletin. The age factor, which was scrapped in 2021, has been reintroduced. Besides that, a new rule has been introduced, which states that the applicant who has applied for JEE Main 2022 exam earlier than the other will be given preference.

The main points of the tie-breaking rule are summarised as under:

CriteriaTie Breaking Preference
For JEE Main Paper-1 Result1. First preference is given to higher scores in Mathematics
2. If the scores in Mathematics are tied, then preference will be given to higher scores in Physics
3. If the tie persists, preference will be given to a higher score in Chemistry
4. If the tie is still not resolved, the candidate with less proportion of incorrect answers will be given preference, followed by
5. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in Mathematics will be given preference, followed by
6. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in Physics will be given preference, followed by
7. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in Chemistry will be given preference.
8. If the tie is still not resolved, the older candidate will be given preference, followed by
9. The applicant who has applied for the JEE Main earlier will be given preference.
JEE Main Paper-2A Result1. First preference is given to higher scores in Mathematics
2. If the scores in Mathematics are tied, then preference will be given to higher scores in the Aptitude test
3. If the tie persists, preference will be given to a higher score on the Drawing test
4. If the tie is still not resolved, the candidate with less proportion of incorrect answers will be given preference, followed by
5. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in Mathematics (Part-I) will be given preference, followed by
6. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in the Aptitude test (Part-II) will be given preference, followed by
7. If the tie is still not resolved, the older candidate will be given preference, followed by
8. The applicant who has applied for the JEE Main earlier will be given preference.
JEE Main Paper-2B Result1. First preference is given to higher scores in Mathematics
2. If the scores in Mathematics are tied, then preference will be given to higher scores in the Aptitude test
3. If the tie persists, preference will be given to a higher score in Planning Based Questions
4. If the tie is still not resolved, the candidate with less proportion of incorrect answers will be given preference, followed by
5. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in Mathematics (Part-I) will be given preference, followed by
6. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in the Aptitude test (Part-II) will be given preference, followed by
7. Candidates with less proportion of incorrect answers in Planning Based Questions (Part-III) will be given preference.
8. If the tie is still not resolved, the older candidate will be given preference, followed by
9. The applicant who has applied for the JEE Main earlier will be given preference.



JEE Main Scorecard: Cut-off

Along with the announcement of results, the NTA releases a category-wise cut-off score, the minimum score required to qualify for the entrance exam.  

CategoryCut-off
Common Rank List (CRL)90.3765335
Economically Weaker Section (EWS)70.2435518
Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL)72.8887969
Scheduled Caste (SC)50.1760245
Scheduled Tribe (ST)39.0696101
People with Disabilities (PwD)0.0618524

JEE Main Seat Matrix

JEE Main exam is held for 33,679 seats in 86 institutes like IITs and Government funded technical institutes. The total number of seats with the name of all the institutes is given below in the table. 

Institute NameTotal Seats
Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)13,583
National Institutes of Technology (NITs)22,655
Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)5404
Government-funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs)5620

JEE Main Toppers 2021

The authorities will release the toppers list and announce the results. Below are the toppers from the previous year’s sessions.

JEE Main Rank 1 Toppers 2021 

Name of the CandidateState
Gaurab DasKarnataka
Vaibhav VishalBihar
Duggineni Venkata PaneeshAndhra Pradesh
Siddhant MukherjeeRajasthan
Ruchir BansalDelhi NCT
Amaiya SinghalUttar Pradesh
Mridul AgarwalRajasthan
Komma SharanyaTelangana
Josyula Venkata AdityaTelangana
Atharva Abhijit TambatMaharashtra
Kavya ChopraDelhi (NCT)
Pasala Veera SivaAndhra Pradesh
Kanchanapalli Rahul NaiduAndhra Pradesh
Karanam LokeshAndhra Pradesh
Pulkit GoyalPunjab
Pal AggarwalUttar Pradesh
Guramrit SinghChandigarh
Anshul VermaRajasthan

JEE Main Toppers: August Session 2021

Candidate NameState
Vaibhav VishalBihar
Atharva Abhijit TambatMaharashtra
Pulkit GoyalPunjab
Siddhant MukherjeeRajasthan
Komma SharanyaTelangana

JEE Main Toppers: July Session 2021

Candidate NameState
KARNAM LOKESHAndhra Pradesh
DUGGINENI VENKATA PANEESHAndhra Pradesh
PATIALA VEERA SIVAAndhra Pradesh
KANCHANAndhra Pradesh
VAIBHAV VISHALBihar
ANSHUL VERMARajasthan
RUCHIR BANSALDelhi (NCT)
PRAVAR KATARIADelhi (NCT)
HARSHHaryana
ANMOLHaryana
GAURAB DASKarnataka
POLU LAKSHMI SAI LOKESH REDDYTelangana
MADUR ADARSH REDDYTelangana
VELAVALI VENKATA KARTHIKEYAN SAI VYDHIKTelangana
JOSYULA VENKATA ADITYATelangana
PAL AGGARWALUttar Pradesh
AMAYA SINGHALUttar Pradesh

JEE Main Toppers: March Session

Candidate NameState
BANNURU ROHIT KUMAR REDDYTelangana
BRATIN MONDALWest Bengal
SIDDHARTH KALRADelhi (NCT)
KUMAR STAYADARSHIBihar
MRIDUL AGARWALRajasthan
ASHWIN ABRAHAMTamil Nadu
ATHARVA ABHIJIT TAMBATMaharashtra
BAKSHI GARGI MAKARANDMaharashtra
MADUR ADARSH REDDYTelangana
ZENITH MALHOTRARajasthan
JOSYULA VENKATA ADITYATelangana
ROHIT KUMARRajasthan
KAVYA CHOPRADelhi (NCT)

JEE Main February Session 1 

Candidate NameState
SAKET JHARajasthan
PRAVAR KATARIADelhi (NCT)
RANJIT PRABAL DASDelhi (NCT)
GURAMRIT SINGHChandigarh
SIDDHANT MUKHERJEEMaharashtra
ANANTH KRISHNA KIDAMBIGujarat

Below are the frequently asked questions regarding the JEE Main Scorecard with answers: 

Q1: How can I prepare for JEE Main 2023?
Ans: Preparation tips can help candidates for their JEE Main examination 2023. Going through the entire JEE Main examination syllabus and the regular practice of JEE Main mock test questions can also help candidates. At Embibe, candidates can download the JEE study materials and test papers for free. Check here in order to know more about JEE Main 2022 preparation.

Q2: How to check JEE’s Main result?
Ans: Visit the jeemain.nta.nic.in, click on the view JEE Main scorecard link, enter your application number and password, and click submit. The scorecard will be displayed on the screen. It is advisable to download a copy of JEE Main scorecard 2022 as this will help for future references.

Q3: When is the JEE Main 2022 result expected?
Ans: The result of JEE Main 2022 for the June session is out. The results for the July session are yet to be announced. However, the official notification of exam result dates is not out yet.

Q4: I am in Class 12 this year. Can I appear for JEE Main examination this year?
Ans: Yes, you can. Any candidate who has passed the Class 12 equivalent exam or appearing in this year 2023 can surely appear for the JEE Main examination this year.

Q5: How to download the JEE Main scorecard?
Ans: Candidates must log in to the result portal and enter the application number and password. Once the result is displayed on the screen, click on the download link. 

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