With the JEE Main being one of the most competitive examinations all over the nation, it comes as no surprise that the JEE Main results are one of the most awaited events of the academic calendar year for students. Almost two full years of hard work, determination, and a lack of sleep and social life comes down to just one day!
Ever since the pattern change in the JEE Main, with the exam now being held twice a year instead of the usual yearly cycle, the result phase has also undergone a change. The National Testing Agency, responsible for conducting the JEE Main, releases the results in an online format only on the website jeemain.nic.in. The JEE Main result can be downloaded by visiting the official website and using personal information to log in.
The January edition of the JEE Main results contain the scores of the JEE Main January attempts only, whereas the results of the JEE Main exam held in April consist of scores from both the January and April sessions, provided the student has sat for both sessions of the JEE Main.
As per the authorities at the National Testing Agency, the JEE Main result scorecard features many key details as per the JEE Main paper appeared for. The scorecard contains the normalized JEE Main score of all the three subjects (physics, chemistry, and mathematics), the total normalized score out of 360, and the rank of the student in accordance with the other test takers of the JEE Main. The tentative JEE Main result date 2020 are the 3rd week of January 2020 for the January session, and the last week of April 2020 for the April session.
The JEE Main score card will also contain basic personal information, such as candidate name, registration number, and date of birth. The admissions will be considered on the basis of higher rank achieved for the students who appear in both sessions, i.e. January and April.
The cutoff score is the minimum score that must be achieved by candidates to qualify the JEE Main. The cutoff scores generally vary from category to category. Candidates crossing the cutoff score will be allowed to sit for the JEE Advanced 2020 exam.
The following are the cutoff scores for the JEE Main 2019, which will give students a fair idea of the expected cutoffs for the JEE Main 2020.
The JEE Main 2020 cutoffs depend on the total number of students appearing for the exam, the number of seats available in institutes considering JEE Main scores, and the difficulty level of the examination.
The official website jeemain.nic.in will host the JEE Main results for both January and April sessions. Those who have appeared for the JEE Main exam can log on to the official website, enter the application number, date of birth, and security PIN, and log on to the website. After successful login, the JEE Main scorecard will be visible on the screen. Students are advised to take a printout of the scorecard for future reference.
This was all you need to know about JEE Main result 2020. All the best to all aspirants, may your hard work and determination bear fruit!