Date of JEE Main Session 2 Results in 2023, Link, JEE Advanced Expected Cutoff, and More

Date of JEE Main Session 2 Results in 2023, Link, JEE Advanced Expected Cutoff, and More

Date, time, and other updates for the 2023 JEE Main Session 2 Results. By April 29 on jeemain.nta.nic.in, NTA is anticipated to publish the JEE Main 2023 Result for Session 2 along with Rank Cards and Cut Offs. View the most recent information and predicted cutoff for JEE Advanced 2023 here.

Date of 2023 JEE Main Session 2 Results: National Testing Agency, NTA, will soon release the 2023 JEE Main Session 2 Results. The exam is over, and everyone is looking forward to the results. NTA would also be available beside the JEE Main Session 2 Result 2023 link. Review the most recent information regarding the JEE Main Session 2 Results, including the date, time, predicted cutoff scores, and links to verify.

Date of JEE Main Session 2 Results

The 2023 JEE Main Session 2 Results will probably be made public this week. In accordance with the schedule, the NTA will publish the JEE Main Final Answer Key in a few days and the rank cards and Session 2 Result by Friday at the latest.

Registration for JEE Advanced 2023 will start on April 30. As a result, it is expected that the results of JEE Main Session 2 and the JEE Main Rank Cards would be made public by April 29, 2023. Results would be accessible on ntaresults.nic.in and jeemain.nta.nic.in.

Students would be able to take the JEE Advanced exam in 2023 based on the JEE Main results. The IIT JEE test will be given this year on June 4 at the Indian Institute of Technology in Guwahati. If you can take the exam in June depends on the ranks and cutoffs that were revealed with the JEE Mains Session 2 results.

JEE Mains 2023 Expected Cut off for JEE Advanced

NTA will also announce whether or not you have met the prerequisites to sit for the JEE Advanced exam, as was previously announced. Along with the rank and scorecard, the cutoffs are also disclosed.

According to historical patterns and professional analysis, the cutoff for JEE Advanced will probably be in the range of 89 to 91 percentile scores for the general category. The deadline from the previous year is included below for fast reference.

Category Minimum Percentile Cutoff
General 88.4121383
Gen- PwD 0.0031029
EWS 63.1114141
OBC-NCL 67.0090297
SC 43.0820954
ST 26.7771328

 

The percentile variance would not be too great, according to experts. More students than ever before took the JEE Main 2023 exam this year. There may be a 2 to 3 percentile point adjustment in the cutoffs this year as a result.

 

 

 

 

 

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