JEE Main Result for 2022 for Paper 2 (B Arch / B Planning) is out for June and July sessions. You need to log in to the official website and enter your application number and date of birth/password to check your results. The results for JEE Main 2022 for Paper 1 (BE / B.Tech) were already released in August. With the announcement of the results for Paper 2, the list of toppers has also been declared. The declared results are in the form of a scorecard that carries the aggregate and normalised percentile scores in Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry.
The NTA has also announced the All India Rank and JEE Main Cutoff 2022 for the JEE Advanced exam. If a candidate has attempted multiple times, then the best score will be considered for the cut-offs.
This article will discuss the JEE Main exam result, the list of toppers, percentile scores, and how you can check the JEE Main final result.
JEE Main Result Date
Here is a quick look at all the important dates pertaining to JEE Main Exams:
JEE Main 2022 |
Session 1 |
Session 2 |
Exam Date – JEE Main 2022 |
23rd to 29th June 2022 |
25th to 30th July 2022 |
Provisional Answer key release |
2nd July 2022 |
3rd August 2022 |
Challenge period of answer key |
2nd to 4th July 2022 |
3rd to 5th August 2022 |
JEE Main final answer key release |
6th July 2022 |
7th August 2022 |
JEE Main expected result date |
10th July 2022 |
7th August 2022 |
How to Check the Result of JEE Mains?
The National Testing Agency has announced the result of session 2 of the JEE Main exam. Here is a step-by-step guide to check the JEE Main result.
- Visit jeemain.nta.nic.in – the official website of JEE Main.
- You will find a link that reads JEE Main Results Declared.
- Enter your application number, password/date of birth, and security pin.
- Click Submit.
- Download and print out your JEE Main Result.
Ensure you keep your scorecard safe until the entire admission process is complete. You will need the result at various stages of the admission process.
JEE Main Results – Understanding the scorecard
The JEE Mains scorecard offers all essential information about your performance in the test. It has the following information:
- NTA Scores – Aggregate and Subject-wise
- Your Name
- Roll Number
- Parent’s Name
- Date of Birth
- State Code
- Category and nationality
It is important to remember that the JEE Main results published by the NTA are based on the final answer keys and cannot be challenged.
How is Percentile Calculated?
JEE Main scorecard contains percentile scores which are based on the relative performance of all candidates taking the test. Every candidate’s score is transformed into a scale ranging from 0 to 100 for each session.
The JEE Main exam is held on different days across multiple sessions. Therefore, it is possible that some sessions might have an easier paper compared to others. To even the playing field, NTA has adopted a normalisation process to determine the results and ranks. The percentile score is calculated as follows:
Total Percentile=Number of candidates from the session with scores less than or equal to T1 score Total number of aspirants who have appeared in the session
Where, T1 = Total Score
Mathematics Percentile=Number of candidates from the session with scores less than or equal to M1 score in Mathematics Total number of aspirants who have appeared in the session
Where, M1 = Mathematics score
Physics Percentile=Number of candidates from the session with scores less than or equal to P1 score in Physics Total number of aspirants who have appeared in the session
Where, P1 = Physics Score
Chemistry Percentile=Number of candidates from the session with scores less than or equal to C1 score in Chemistry Total number of aspirants who have appeared in the session
Where, C1 = Chemistry Score
If you are unsure about the difference between percentage and percentile, then here is a quick difference:
- A percentage is a number out of 100
- Percentile reflects how many candidates have scored less than you in the exam
JEE Mains Result – Tie Breaker
If two or more candidates get the same score in JEE Mains, then the ranks are determined as follows:
Paper 1 (B Tech) Tie-breaker
- Mathematics score in the exam;
- Physics score in the exam;
- Chemistry score in the exam;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in all subjects;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Mathematics;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Physics;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Chemistry;
- Age of the candidate;
- Application Number in ascending order.
Paper2 (B Arch)
- Mathematics score in the exam;
- Aptitude score in the exam;
- Drawing score in the exam;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in all subjects;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Mathematics;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Aptitude;
- Age of the candidate;
- Application Number in ascending order.
Paper2 (B Planning)
- Mathematics score in the exam;
- Aptitude score in the exam;
- Planning score in the exam;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in all subjects;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Mathematics;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Aptitude;
- The proportion of a number of incorrect answers to correct answers in Planning;
- Age of the candidate;
- Application Number in ascending order.
JEE Main Results – Toppers (Top 10)
June Season
- 220310183262 – Jasti Yashwanth V V S – Telangana
- 220310136025 – Sarthak Maheshwari – Haryana
- 220310283661 – Aniket Chattopadhyay – Telangana
- 220310178049 – Dheeraj Kurkunda – Telangana
- 220310404438 – Koyyana Suhas – Andhra Pradesh
- 220310375520 – Kushagra Srivastava – Jharkhand
- 220310169764 – Mrinal Garg – Punjab
- 220310148283 – Sneha Pareek – Assam
- 220310119531 – Navya – Rajasthan
- 220310171727 – Penikalapati Ravi Kishore – Andhra Pradesh
July Session
- 220310003376 – Shrenik Mohan Sakala – Maharashtra
- 220310119531 – Navya – Rajasthan
- 220310136025 – Sartbak Maheshwari – Haryana
- 220310146445 – Krishna Sharma – Rajasthan
- 220310146926 – Parth Bhardwaj – Rajasthan
- 220310148283 – Sneha Pareek – Assam
- 220310167901 – Arudeep Kumar – Bihar
- 220310169764 – Mrinal Garig – Punjab
- 220310171727 – Penikalapati Ravi Kishore – Andhra Pradesh
- 220310172697 – Polisetty Karthikeya – Andhra Pradesh
To Wrap Up
JEE Main is a highly competitive exam, and candidates might lose their chances by a fraction of the marks. Therefore, we suggest you follow some JEE main preparation tips to ensure you are prepared well for the tests. But do the board marks matter in JEE Main? The answer is yes. IITs and NITs give weightage to class 12 marks.