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JEE Main 2021 result; How to check percentile score

PUNJAB NEWSLINE | February 26, 2021 03:38 PM

The National Testing body declared the results of JEE Main 2021 on March 7. The main results 2021 will be available online on the official website: jeemain.nic.in. 

Candidates need to enter their application number and password to check the JEE Main result. The results will consist of the JEE Main score of 2021, the percentile, and the rank of candidates. This year the exam will be carried out in various sessions. Considering the previous year's trend, JEE main’s result for all sessions is expected to be announced within a week after the test conclusion. Based on it, candidates will get acceptance into NIT, IIT, and other participating institutions. The top 2.5 lakh of the top JEE 2021 candidates will be eligible to appear in JEE Advanced 2021. Read the article below to find out the results of the main JEE 2021, ranking list, etc. 

Important Checks: 

JEE Main Result Date

 07-Mar-2021

Official Website

jeemain.nta.nic.in

ntaresults.nic.in

Exam Authority

National Testing Agency (NTA)

 Result Declaration Mode

Online

 

Result check: 

  • Visit the JEE Main official website.
  • Click the tab "See JEE Main 2021 Results / Scorecard"
  • Enter your JEE's main application number, password/date of birth, and security pin
  • Send the required details, the results of the JEE Main 2021 will be displayed online
  • Download and take some print from the results of your main 2021 JEE for future reference
  • Candidates are advised to keep their scorecard safe until the receipt process concludes 

JEE Main Cutoff: 

The NTA is yet to announce the JEE Main 2021 cutoff. Aspirants can check the previous year cutoff in the table below:

Category

Cutoff

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

 Result Calculation: 

The results of the main JEE 2020 will be determined through the normalization process. The exam will be held on different days and sessions; thus, some candidates may get an easy paper while others have to answer a harder question in the JEE Main 2020 exam paper. To ensure that there are no benefits of aspirants or losses because of this, the process of normalization will be adopted to determine the main results of JEE and rank. NTA will rank students based on the percentile score obtained in the exam. This percentile score will be calculated according to the formula specified before.

 Percentile Score: 

The January 2020 main exam will be held on several days, and sessions with test levels of examinations vary from day to day and from sessions to sessions. Thus, to ensure equity in assessing the performance of all test participants, the authorities that conduct examinations introduce a percentile system based on the normalization process. NTA uses the formula given below to calculate the percentile score of a candidate 

The formula for calculating JEE main’s percentile scores from a candidate: 

The formula for calculating the JEE score playing 2020 is: 

100 x Number of candidates appeared in the session with raw score, equal or to less than the candidate/ Total Number of aspirant who have appeared in that session 

Example: JEE Main was held in four test participant sessions where days and shifts were given randomly to candidates. 

Session-1: Day-1 Shift-1

Session-2: Day-1 Shift-2

Session-3: Day-2 Shift-1

Session-4: Day 2 Shift-2

JEE's main test participants are distributed in the following ways:

 

Distribution of candidates

Session

Day/Shift

No of Candidates

 

Marks

 

Absent

Appeared

Total

Highest

Lowest

Session-1

Day-1  Shift-1

3974

28012

31986

335

-39

Session-2

Day-1  Shift-2

6189

32541

38730

346

-38

Session-3

Day-2  Shift-1

6036

41326

47362

331

-49

Session-4

Day-2  Shift-2

9074

40603

49677

332

-44

Total(Session-1 to Session-4)

25273

142482

167755

346

-49

 In the example of the candidate distribution above, the method for calculating the highest RAW score on each paper will be normalized to 100, thus indicating that 100% of candidates have obtained the same score as or smaller than the scorer / peak for the trial.

 
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