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Before the announcement of JEE Main result, test-takers get an option to evaluate their performance in the exam through the JEE Main Rank Predictor launched by CollegeDekho. Lakhs of candidates from all across the country sit for the JEE Main. Once the exam is over, candidates can get an idea of how they performed in the exam with the help of JEE Main 2021 Rank Predictor tool introduced by CollegeDekho. JEE Main Feb 2021 results are expected on March 07.
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Using the JEE Main Rank Predictor 2021, students can get a fair idea of their estimated rank in the engineering entrance exam. They will also be able to find out whether or not they will make it to the list of the top 2,50,000 candidates who are shortlisted take JEE Advanced, which will be held in May.
The JEE Main Rank Predictor is a great tool for estimating a candidate's chances of making it to the best of engineering colleges in India. However, candidates must note that the JEE Rank Predictor is indicative in nature, hence, results may not be 100% accurate.
In order to use the rank predictor of JEE Main 2021, aspirants will have to enter the required information and follow the procedure given below in order to obtain the possible rank they would be getting in the examination. The complete process to get JEE Main 2020 probable rank is mentioned below:
To access the tool, candidates need to register on CollegeDekho.com by filling in all the relevant details such as name, contact details, email address after which they can use the rank predictor tool for JEE Main.
Once the registration process is complete, candidates need to log in and go to the JEE Main 2021 Rank Predictor page. On the page, you will see a box where you need to enter the total number of attempts out of the total number of questions as well as the total number of correct attempts.
After entering all the necessary details in the rank predictor of JEE Main 2021, click on the ‘Submit’ button for the result. The information displayed by the rank predictor will have the possible rank the candidate would get. The JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020 tool will also state the eligibility of the candidates for admission to some of the prestigious institutes such as IITs and NITs.
Admission to IITs, CFTIs and NIFTs will be on the basis of the JEE Main 2021 rank and not the score. The better the score, the better will be the rank and the possibility of securing admission in the topmost institutes.
The rank predictor can be of use, just after the completion of the JEE Main 2021 examination. With the release of JEE Main 2021 Result, candidates get an idea about their rank that also confirms their predicted rank through JEE Main 2021 Rank Predictor. The JEE Main 2021 Cut-Off releases a few days after the declaration of the result. Candidates can compare their actual scored rank with the predicted rank calculated by CollegeDekho’s Rank Predictor tool.
Before the result declaration, test takers also have the option to reuse the JEE Main rank prediction tool. This is possible with the help of the JEE Main 2021 Answer Key. The number of correct and incorrect questions entered in the rank predictor tool can now be checked and rectified, giving leverage to the test takers to reuse the JEE Main 2020 Rank Predictor tool. Candidates must remember that the rank they will score in the JEE Main examination, will enable them to take admission into any one of the Participating Colleges of JEE Main.
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The new exam date for JEE Main April & May 2021 is expected to be announced anytime soon in June. The online registration for JEE Main May 2021 will begin after the confirmation of the exam date. As CBSE, ISC and other boards canceled the 12th exams, the government will look forward to conducting JEE Main Phase 3 & 4 as early as possible. In all probability, the exam process of JEE Main 2021 is expected to be wrapped up by August.
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You cannot apply for JEE Main 2021 exam as the registration process has been already closed on January 23, 2021. The application form correction is going to start from January 27 to 30, 2021.
However, you can try again for Phase 2 exam registration which will start in March 2021. You can also check JEE Main Registration to check the complete details.
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No, you cannot apply for JEE Main if you are still in class 11th. As per the JEE Main eligibility requirement, the candidate must have passed class 12th in Science or must be appearing for the final examination. You can apply for the exam next year. Till then, you have sufficient time to prepare for the exam.
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The candidates need to score a minimum of 50 percentile to be declared pass in the JEE Main examination.
JEE Main Rank Predictor is designed on the basis of previous year rank and percentile trends. Therefore, it is expected to give accurate results.
It is easy to estimate your percentile through JEE Main Rank Predictor. For example, if your rank is 2, you estimated percentile can be 98.0.
The rank predictor of JEE Main helps the candidates to estimate his/ her expected rank in the entrance exam. It is calculated on the basis of estimated correct responses attempted by candidates in the entrance exam.