JEE Main 2019 Result | Check Cut off marks, Score Card and Rank List

JEE Mains Result and Cut off Marks

 

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Curious about your JEE Main 2019 Result?

 

Your jumbling between numbers to arrive at your final JEE Mains Result is over here. To dispose of your curiosity regarding JEE Main Result 2019, Eduncle has come up with this blog.

 

NTA is going to conduct the JEE Mains Exam in January and April 2019. Finding where you are standing is quite a difficult task amongst 10 lakh candidates. To analyze your performance check JEE Main 2019 Cut Off predicted by the experts.

 

 

 

JEE Mains Result 2019 Dates – Mark them on your Calendar!!

 

 

The schedule and the important JEE Main 2019 Dates will be announced by the National Testing Agency. Below we have enlisted the schedule for JEE Main 2019 Result Dates. With the help of this, you can easily mark the important dates on your calendar.

 

 

IIT JEE Schedule

 Dates for NTA Result JEE Mains

Date of JEE Mains I Examination 6th to 20th January 2019
JEE Main I Result 2019 Date 31st January 2019
Date of JEE Mains II Examination 6th to 20th April 2019
JEE Main II Result 2019 Date 30th April 2019

 

 

IIT JEE Mains Result 2019 – Know the Importance

 

 

JEE main examination is the very first step to get the admissions in the prestigious institutes like IITs, NITs and other private colleges.

 

Looking at the competition level of the exam, you need to score high in the result of JEE mains 2019. Read how to score good marks in JEE Mains amongst 10 lakh applicants to get admission in your dream college.

 

 

 

How to check JEE Mains 2019 Result and Scores? Step by Step Procedure!

 

 

 Step 1:  Visit the Official Website.

 

 Step 2:  Click on the “Result Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2019 – With Rank

 

 Step 3:  On the result page, you will have to fill all the required details like Roll Number, Date of Birth.

 

 

Tip: Entered details must be correct.

 

 

 Step 4:  Now click on the submit button.

 

 Step 5:  JEE Main 2019 Result will be displayed on the screen as you click on the submit

button.

 

 Step 6:  Take a print out of your JEE Main Result 2019.

 

Tip: Candidates are advised to take at least two copies and retain it at the time of admission. This will be used in JEE Mains Counselling Procedure.

 

Note: Candidates need to submit Application Form along with the JEE Main 2019 result score card and counseling fee through the JEE Main official website for the admission process.

 

 

What are the Major changes in JEE Main 2019 Result Evaluation?

 

 

 Since NTA is going to conduct the JEE Mains 2019 in two shifts in different sessions, NTA has decided to use the percentile scores to determine the JEE Mains 2019 Merit List rather than the raw marks.

 

 NTA will conduct the JEE Mains 2019 exam on multiple dates from 6th December to 20th January 2019 and different sets of questions will be given to the candidates.

 

 The step of using percentile scores is taken to normalize the marks of different sessions and maintain the level of difficulty across the different sittings.

 

Check out the official notice regarding Normalization Procedure based on Percentile Score here.

 

 There will be no weightage of class 12 marks in JEE Main rank list 2019 calculation.

 

 Candidates need to secure at least 75% marks in general category and 65% marks in SC/ST in class 12th exam to get admission in IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other CFTIs based on the JEE Main/Advanced.

 

 The candidates must be in the top 20 Percentile in their respective class 12 Boards.

 

 

JEE Main 2019 Result – Make these things clear!!

 

 

There are two options for the candidates after IIT JEE Main Result 2019.

 

 The first option is, opt for JEE Advanced. For the candidates willing to go for Advanced Exam, through their AIR they can analyze, how much competition they are going to face in Advanced Exam so that they can prepare accordingly.

 

After JEE Main result 2019 & cutoff marks, the JEE Advanced 2019 will be conducted. Candidates can check complete information about the JEE Advanced Result 2019 here- JEE Advanced 2019 Result.

 

 The another option is for those candidates, who do not opt for JEE Advanced Exam. Their AIRs would give them a lot of options – which college they want to opt for, what branch they wish to apply to. One such debate is NIT vs BITS. Let’s find out which private college accepting JEE Main Score.

 

 

Role of JEE Mains 2019 Cut Off Marks

 

 

With the help of cutoff of JEE Mains 2019, you can have a fair idea of what score you need to crack the exam.

 

The speculated JEE Mains Cut Off 2019 will be based upon the trend of last years. In 2018, CBSE has granted the eligibility to appear in the JEE Advanced to only the 2,31,024 candidates out of which 1,60,716 candidates who have registered for it.

 

This means that 2.3 lakhs candidates out of total appeared candidates were the best performers in all the categories.

 

 

JEE Mains Cut Off 2019 – Target your Scores!

 

 

After qualifying the exam candidates need to search for the cut off of JEE Mains 2019. NTA will decide category wise cut off before the result of JEE Mains. Aspirants who secured the marks equal to or more than the JEE Main 2019 Cut Off marks, set their position in the merit list.

 

 

How to Calculate JEE Mains 2019 Cut Off Marks!

 

 

The cutoff plays a very important role in the JEE Mains result 2019 declaration. Scroll down and read how JEE Main 2019 cut off are calculated.

 

 First – Number of the candidates appeared in the exam category wise.

 

 Second – Number of the questions asked in the exam.

 

 Third – Exam difficulty

 

 Fourth – Candidates overall performance.

 

 

 

JEE Mains 2019 Cutoff Marks – Set Your Goal

 

Based on the previous year IIT JEE exam cut off marks, you may get a brief idea of the paper pattern and the cutoff marks. Here we have presented the list of cutoff marks for previous year papers.

 

Cut off of JEE Mains 2018 Marks

 

The JEE Main 2018 result has been declared on 30th April. Have a look at the cut off marks to set your goal in the exam.

 

Category Wise Cutoff Marks Minimum Marks to Qualify the Exam
General 75
OBC – NCL 45
SC 29
ST 24
PwD -35

 

 

Cut off of JEE Mains 2017 Marks

 

 

Category JEE Main Cut Off 2017 Marks
General 81
OBC – NIL 49
SC 32
ST 27
PWD 1

 

 

Cut off of JEE Mains 2016 Marks

 

 

Category Cut Off JEE Mains 2016
General 100
OBC – NIL 70
SC 52
ST 48
PWD 27

 

 

JEE Main Score Card – Essential Details to Verify!

 

 

Candidates after downloading the result of JEE Main must check that all the details mention in the result are accurate or not.

 

 Candidate’s Name

 

 JEE Main Roll Number

 

 Date of Birth

 

 Father’s Name

 

 Mother’s Name

 

 Category and Sub Category

 

 State Code of Eligibility and Nationality

 

 Marks obtained in each Subject (Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics)

 

 Total Marks obtained in 2019 JEE Mains Exam

 

 All India Rank in JEE Mains 2019

 

 Status to appear in JEE Advanced 2019

 

 JEE Main Cut Off – Category Wise

 

 Passing Year

 

 Exam Conducting Body

 

 

JEE Mains Score vs Rank – Check your chances to get in IITs!

 

 

After the conclusion of JEE Mains 2019 result, there is no measure of curiosity to know the rank as per the marks. Candidates can check expected JEE Main 2019 rank list here.

 

 

JEE Main Scores

Expected JEE Main Ranks

340 – 350

1 -10
310 – 339

11 – 100

290 – 309

101 – 200
270 – 289

201 – 500

255 – 269

501 – 1000
240 – 254

1001 – 2000

225 – 239

2001 – 3000
210 – 224

3001 – 4000

204 – 209

4001 – 5000

197 – 203

5001 – 6000

192 – 196

6001 – 7000

185 – 191

7001 – 8000
179 – 184

8001 – 9000

175 – 178

9001 – 10000

165 – 174

10001 – 20000
152 – 164

20001 – 35000

140 – 151

35001 – 50000

130 – 139

50001 – 75000
117 – 129

75001 – 118000

102 – 116

118001 – 160800

87 – 101

160801 – 203600

64 – 86

203601 – 267800

 

 

 

 

JEE Main Paper 2 Result 2019 – Check Your Result Here!

 

 

The paper is conducted for admission to the B.Arch and B.Planning courses offered at engineering colleges except for IITs.

 

The total number of candidates appeared in the JEE Mains 2018 (offline mode) were 10,43,739, out of which 6,46,814 were boys and 2,66,745 were girls.

 

Keep reading the blog to know the step by sproceduredure to download the JEE Mains Paper 2 Result.

 

 

 

Step by Step Procedure to Download JEE Mains Paper 2 Result

 

 

The JEE Main result for JEE Main Paper 2 has been announced on 30th May 2018. Check the complete procedure to download your result without any error here.

 

 Go to the Official Website.

 

 Click on the link – Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2019- With Rank (Both Paper I and Paper II)

 

 Fill the details asked (Roll Number and Date of Birth) accurately.

 

 Click on the Submit Button.

 

 The result will display on the screen.

 

 Now, take a print out for further use.

 

 

JEE Main Paper 2 Cut Off – How High You Need to Score in JEE Paper 2!

 

There is not any specific way to know the exact cut off marks for paper 2. Each year the scenario keeps on changing. Till 2016, your 12th board percentage used to play a crucial role in deciding the rank.  But in 2017, the board percentage criteria discontinued.

 

Check here to know the complete details about the JEE Main B.Arch Cut Off.

 

You can also check the JEE Main Rank List and JEE Main Highest Score 2019

 

 

Hope this information will be helpful for you in downloading the JEE Main Result 2019. If you have any query regarding the IIT JEE Main exam drop it in the comment section below.

 

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