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    Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology + Latest News & Updates 2023

    • Rajahmundry (Andhra Pradesh)
    • Private
    • Approved by : NAAC, AICTE

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    JEE Main January 2023 Result Date
    January 31, 2023 06:51 AM

    JEE Main January 2023 Result Date: Know when result announcement is expected

    JEE MAIN JANUARY 2023: Ever since the National Testing Agency began to conduct JEE Mains as a computer-based examination, the results are usually released within 10 to 15 days after the last day of the exam. According to the revised dates, JEE Main 2023 session 1 concludes on February 1, 2023. Candidates appearing for Paper 1 (B.Tech) can expect their JEE Main 2023 result for session 1 to be declared around February 10, 2023, a day or two more or less.

    For Paper 2 (B.Arch/B.Plan), the result is usually released later than that. Last year, NTA did not declare the results for session 1 separately. Instead, the results for both sessions were released together after about a month of the conduct of session 2. However, it was not done so during 2021. But a month’s gap is expected for JEE Main 2023 Paper 2 result.

    Also read | JEE Main Question Paper 31 January 2023

    JEE Main January 2023 Result Date

    The expected dates for the release of JEE Main result 2023 for session 1 are as follows:

    Event Date
    Last date of phase 1 February 01, 2023
    Expected gap Approximately 10 days
    Expected dates for the release of result Around February 10, 2023

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    JEE Main 2023 Result Date: Previous Trends

    For all the six sessions of the past two years, the trends followed by the NTA for the release of JEE Main result date are tabulated here:

    Year Session Exam Completion Date Result Date Gap
    2022 Session 1 June 29, 2022 July 10, 2022 11 Days
    Session 2 July 30, 2022 August 08, 2022 9 Days
    2021 Session 1 February 26, 2021 March 08, 2021 10 Days
    Session 2 March 18, 2021 March 25, 2021 7 Days
    Session 3 July 27, 2021 August 06, 2021 10 Days
    Session 4 September 01, 2021 September 15, 2021 14 Days

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    JEE Main Expected Cutoff 2023
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    JEE Main Expected Cutoff 2023
    January 31, 2023 06:48 AM

    JEE Main Expected Cutoff 2023: CRL, EWS, OBC, SC, ST, PwD

    JEE Main Cutoff 2023: There are various factors which affect the cutoff for each year. These factors are namely: the difficulty level of the papers, the number of candidates who gave the exam, the total number of seats available, etc. As the papers this year from the January session were found to be easier than that of last year and the registration numbers have reduced, JEE Main 2023 cutoff is likely to remain in the same range as that of 2022.

    Students shall also note that the cutoff is not declared separately for each session. The cutoff will only be given with the release of the session 2 results. Also, since 2021, the National Testing Agency has also implemented a maximum cutoff for the reserved categories. That is if a candidate from the reserved category scores more than the maximum cutoff, then they will be considered in the general category.

    Also read| JEE Main Question Paper 31 January 2023

    JEE Main Expected Cutoff 2023

    Based on the past trends of four years, ever since the results for JEE Main are being calculated in percentile scores, the expected JEE Main cutoff 2023 is given here:

    Category Minimum Cutoff Maximum Cutoff
    General 87-88 100
    EWS 63-65 87-88
    OBC-NCL 67-68 87-88
    SC 43-45 87-88
    ST 30-35 87-88
    PwD Around 0.005 87-88

    Also read | JEE Main January 2023 Result Date

    JEE Main Cutoff 2023: Minimum Cutoff Trends

    Before 2019, JEE Main scores were declared in marks instead of percentiles. Here are the cutoff trends from 2019 to 2022:

    Category 2022 2021 2020 2019
    General 88.4121383 87.8992241 87.8273359 89.7548849
    EWS 63.1114141 66.2214845 70.2435518 78.2174869
    OBC-NCL 67.0090297 68.0234447 72.8887969 74.3166557
    SC 43.0820954 46.8825338 50.1760245 54.0128155
    ST 26.7771328 34.6728999 39.0696101 44.3345172
    PwD 0.0031029 0.0096375 0.0618524 0.1137173

    JEE Main Cutoff 2023: Maximum Cutoff Trends

    For the two years the maximum cutoff was implemented, here are the trends:

    Category 2022 2021
    General 100 100
    EWS 88.4037478 87.8950071
    OBC-NCL 88.4081747 87.8950071
    SC 88.4037478 87.8950071
    ST 88.4072779 87.8474721
    PwD 88.3784882 87.8273359

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    JEE Main January 2023 Answer Key Date
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    JEE Main 2023 Question Paper PDF (All Days and Shifts)

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    JEE Main Question Paper 2023
    January 31, 2023 06:27 AM

    JEE Main 2023 Question Paper PDF (Available): Download for January 31, 30, 29, 28, 25, 24

    JEE Main Question Paper 2023: Day 6 of JEE Main January 2023 is being conducted on January 31 for Paper 1. The memory-based question paper of JEE Main 2023 for the 31 January 2023 exam can be downloaded from the link available here. The PDF of memory-based questions for JEE Main 24, 25, 28, 29 and 30 January 2023 along with solutions are available through the link available on this page. Paper 1 JEE Main is further being conducted on January 31 and February 1.

    Candidates appeared or appearing for JEE Main Session 1 exam 2023 can download the question paper PDF for all shifts along with the answer key and solutions. As the mode of JEE Main 2023 is online, the candidates will not get a physical copy of JEE Main question paper 2023, and the question papers that are available on this page are prepared on the basis of memory-based questions received from test takers. 

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    JEE Main Question Paper 2023 PDF Download

    The candidates can click on the PDF links below to download the day-wise memory-based question papers of JEE Main 2023 for January 24, 25, 28 and 29 exams here  -

    JEE Main 31 January Shift 1 & 2 Question Paper

    The candidates can download the Shift 1 and 2 question paper of JEE Main 31 January 2023 by clicking on the link below. The PDF of questions along with the question paper analysis can be downloaded through the link below.

    January 31, 2023 - Shift 1 & 2 JEE Main Question Paper 31 January 2023

    JEE Main 30 January Shift 1 & 2 Question Paper

    The candidates can download the Shift 1 and 2 question paper of JEE Main 30 January 2023 by clicking on the link below. The PDF of questions along with the question paper analysis can be downloaded through the link below.
     
    January 30, 2023 - Shift 1 & 2 JEE Main Question Paper 30 January 2023

    JEE Main 29 January Shift 1 & 2 Question Paper

    The candidates can download the Shift 1 and 2 question paper of JEE Main 29 January 2023 by clicking on the link below. The PDF of questions along with the question paper analysis can be downloaded through the link below.
     
    January 29, 2023 - Shift 1 & 2 JEE Main Question Paper 29 January 2023

    JEE Main Question Paper 28 January 2023 (Paper 2 - B.Arch, B.Plan)

    The question paper of JEE Main 28 January 2023 Paper 2 can be downloaded by clicking on the link below -

    January 28, 2023 (Paper) JEE Main Question Paper 28 January 2023 Paper 2

    JEE Main Question Paper 25 January 2023 Shift 1

    The question paper of JEE Main 25 January 2023 Shift 1 can be downloaded by clicking on the links below -

    What is the percentile for 100-150 marks in JEE Main 2023?
    January 31, 2023 04:10 AM

    What is the percentile for 100-150 marks in JEE Main 2023?

    What is the Percentile for 100-150 Marks in JEE Main 2023: The JEE Main 2023 percentile score indicates the percentage of candidates who scored at or below a specific percentile in JEE Main. As a result, the highest scorers in each session of JEE Main 2023 exam will receive the same percentile, i.e. 100. For marks achieved between the greatest and lowest scores, percentiles will be computed and converted. JEE Main merit list will be prepared using the percentile score. The NTA will create the JEE Main 2023 rank list based on percentile scores rather than raw exam scores. Candidates who will be participating in the upcoming JEE Main exam and wants to know what is the percentile for 100- 150 marks in JEE Main 2023 can go through the article below and get details. 
    Quick Read, JEE Main 2023 Marks Vs percentile Vs rank

    Read the full post to get details on what is the percentile for 100-150 marks in JEE Main 2023 along with JEE Main Marks vs Percentile vs Rank 2023. 

    About JEE Main Percentile 2023

    The JEE Main 2023 percentile score indicates how a candidate performed in contrast to all other students who took the test. The JEE Main percentile 2023 is neither the percentage score (the percentage of a student's maximum marks) nor the raw marks (the total and absolute marks secured by the student). The JEE Mains percentile score will indicate to the student what proportion of the total number of students who took the test and scored less than or equal to that specific percentile. The formula for calculating JEE Main percentile score is as follows.

    Name of the Subject Narayana College Reliable Kota Vedantu Resonance
    Mathematics

    Percentile Score of a Student = 100 x (The number of students who secured a raw score or an actual score that is EQUAL TO OR LESS) / (The total number of students who appeared in that session)

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    JEE Main 2023 Normalization Method

    The JEE Main normalization method 2023 is a technique that allows students to compute and compare their scores across several question paper sessions. The normalization process aids in the development of a solution that is influenced by several shifts and different question papers. As a result, applicants may be certain of experiencing no discrimination depending on the difficulty level of the examination. The basic goal is to protect the rule of law and determine the true merit.

    JEE Main percentile scores define the relative performance of all applicants who took the JEE test. For each test session, the marks received by competitors in the JEE exam will be converted into a scale ranging from 100 to 0.

    For example, percentile scores show the percentage of applicants who received equal or lower marks than those who received better marks in a certain JEE Main exam session These applicants' scores will later be converted into a percentile. This score will be designated for all JEE Main sessions, and the session topper will receive a 100 percentile flat.

    Furthermore, it is regarded as the normalized mark for the JEE Main exam 2023. It may also be used to generate the JEE Main 2023 merit or rank list. As a result, to eliminate the bouncing effect or inequity and to decrease ties, the percentile score will be calculated up to 7 decimal digits.

    The JEE Main percentile 2023 for the students participating in the exam will be calculated as per the following formulae. 

    Last Minute Tips for JEE Main
    January 31, 2023 01:00 AM

    JEE Main 2023: Last Minute Preparation Tips

    With only a few days until the exam, candidates should strive to review all three courses' chapters as rapidly as possible by reading through things to consider and formulas at a glance for each chapter. With a well-planned calendar of the three disciplines of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, even the Class 11 syllabus for JEE Main may be changed. A preparation that is selective is discouraged. When a student enters class 12, there are a plethora of opportunities that he or she can choose from. This time is particularly important for those students who had chosen mathematics as their stream after the SSC, as they are endowed with a dual responsibility of excelling in both the boards and JEE. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the JEE Main exam dates 2023 along with the official notification on December 15, 2022. 
    Live Updates - JEE Main Question Paper 30 January 2023

    After spending a year in preparation of the JEE Main 2023, it is now essential that you prep yourself up for the exam day. JEE Main 2023 last minute preparation tips will help you do a recap of all the things that you have studied so far. With the upcoming JEE Main exam, it is important to stay calm and use the following tips to boost your performance:
    Also read: JEE Main Admit Card 2023

    Understand the Paper Pattern and Pre-Requisites

    JEE, an acronym for Joint Entrance Examination is conducted each year by MHRD (GOI) through CBSE. All IITs, NITs, IIITs and various other colleges admit students through this exam. States like Gujarat, MP, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Nagaland and Orissa have also joined the JEE (Mains) system. As far as prerequisites are concerned, or in this case, the JEE Main eligibility criteria 2023, it states that no weightage to the 12 class marks in calculating ranks would be given. However, MHRD also states that, for the candidates to qualify for admission in IIT or NIT or IIIT and other such institutes whose admissions are based on JEE Advanced/ JEE Main ranks, they should secure at least 75% marks in class 12 or be in the top 20 percentile in class 12 exam conducted by the respective boards. For SC/ST students the qualifying marks would be 65% in class 12.

    Concepts Clarity

    Students who are aspiring for JEE with 12 should focus on making their concepts crystal clear. This will not only help in preparing for Class 12 boards but will also create a strong base for JEE. Students should realize that if they prepare thoroughly for boards and keep their concepts crystal clear, JEE (Mains) would also be a piece of cake for them, but to excel in JEE (Advanced) a firm grasp on concepts is necessary.

    Also read: JEE Advanced Aftermath: 7 Reasons Why Students Fail in IITs

    Practice on Regular Basis

    Knowing the theory is not enough considering the cut-throat competition in today’s world. Students can’t rely only on theoretical knowledge to achieve high grades. Practicing numerical on various concepts would be a faster and more effective way to understand a topic. Students should practice as much as they can, and should not keep themselves from solving JEE Main mock test 2023.

    Data and student reviews have shown that more than 50% of questions in boards come from the previous year papers. For JEE too, solving previous year papers would give a clear idea to the students about the weightage of different topics in the exam. Many books are also a preferred option for further practices which are famous by their author’s name e.g. H.C Verma, Irodov and many books of Arihant publications are also helpful.

    Also read: Planning to Drop a Year for JEE Main? Consider the Following Factors

    JEE Main 2023 Last-Minute Preparation Tips

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