JEE Main 2021 was conducted four times this year in the months of January, February, July and August. The JEE Advanced 2021 is scheduled for the first week of October. The National Testing Academy has declared the JEE main examination results on the official website. The candidates can check the results on the official site by entering the application number, date of birth or password.
The JEE main rank predictor can be used by the candidates to find the approximate rank and percentile before the official results are declared. The rank predictor results depend on the details entered by the candidates. The rank predictor will give the branch and the college preferences. This will help the students to select the desired college and branch. The JEE Main Rank Predictor is developed by collecting the details of many colleges and the required cutoff for each college.
Using a rank predictor will be very helpful for the candidates. The candidates can understand the level of competition and analyze where the candidates stand among other candidates. It helps them select the best college in advance from the list of colleges predicted. They can plan things much earlier.
The JEE Main result is published on the official website by the National Testing Academy. The candidates will not receive any hard copy of the mark sheet. The candidates must download the JEE Main Result from the official site. The examination authority has released the results for all four attempts of JEE Main 2021. The examination results can be checked online by following these steps. Open the official website and click on the JEE Main 2021 result tab. This will redirect the candidates to a page where they have to enter the application number, date of birth and security password. Once the credentials are entered the results will be displayed. This can be downloaded and printed.
The details like the name, roll number, date of birth, name of parents, category, nationality, state code of eligibility, JEE main score subject-wise and the scores obtained by the candidates in each attempt. The candidates must check all the details on the result sheet properly. The best score among the four attempts will be considered for admission into the various colleges and to appear for Jee Advanced.
If there is a tie between the candidates. The candidates with the highest marks in mathematics will be given the first preference. The second preference is given to the candidates with the highest score in physics and the third reference is based on the chemistry score. If the tie is not broken then the candidate’s date of birth is considered. If the tie is not broken even after that then the candidate is given the same rank.
The qualifying marks for Jee main change every year. The qualifying marks are calculated depending on various factors. The details of the qualifying marks are released after the examination is over.