Most students are confused about finding the right source for looking at their Jee mains result or any other result.
Every Government exam has a different method of checking results. You can rest assured while reading this article because this contains everything about the results, from the process to the steps.
Since 2019, NTA( National Testing Agency ) has been administering the Joint Entrance Examination(JEE), formerly known as the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE), for admission to Bachelor of Engineering (B.E./B. Tech) programmes at National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), and Institutions/Universities funded/recognized by participating State Governments.
Since the Covid-19 NTA's schedule was interrupted therefore, the exams weren't conducted in January, but this time they are back on track, and the JEE Main Session 1 is going to be held on the 24th, 25th,h 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st of January 2023.
Currently, NTA has opened a correction window for the particulars in the form filling for JEE Mains so that you can resolve your errors.
JEE main Result Process Explained
Results for JEE Mains are announced within 10-15 days, a 4-5 days process. First, your Answer Key is shown to you, which you have attempted on exam day. This is shown along with the Correct Answer Key, and this is shown so that you can manually estimate your marks.
NTA (JEE) follows the percentile system because it doesn't matter much how many marks you got unless you are a topper, as you don't have to care about the percentile system. If you have decent preparation for JEE Mains and aim to score a minimum 98 or 99 percentile, then yes, you need to know how to increase your marks on the paper very well.
After a one or two-day gap, a correction window is open so that you can challenge the NTA if you think the answer key for a particular question is wrong. In the end, the Final Answer Key is updated the next day. Then after an estimate of a week, the result is declared.
Steps To Check Your JEE Result
- Visit the official JEE Mains site.
- In the Candidate Activity section, you can view JEE Main result for session 1 2023.
- You will be redirected to a different website with a pop-up warning, and on that site, you need to fill in your Application No and your Date of Birth.
- The complete scorecard, along with your details, will be shown on the screen.
- Print to PDF for future reference.
Other Exams are similar to JEE Mains. Paper 2 (B.Arch. and Planning ) is similar, but the results are announced much later than the Paper 1 exam. The results are also forwarded to your registered email addresses.
The results are a consequence of your preparation which is true, but sometimes you don't get the desired result. The disappointment you get after that is necessary for your growth. Results are there so that you realise what you did and your actions.
Other sources for checking the result.
I hope you get your desired percentiles!
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