For the students aspiring to take admissions to top engineering colleges, the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) exam is held annually. Its second stage is JEE (Advanced), which is administered by one of the selected seven zonal IITs under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board.
JEE is quite a challenging exam, and students are expected to score above 90% to get into good colleges. The conducting authority of JEE Advanced, IIT Guwahati in 2023, releases the cutoffs and results after every stage. Candidates should know all the essential information about the JEE Advanced results. So, let us begin by discussing the ways to check the JEE Advanced results.
IIT Guwahati will declare the results for the JEE Advanced 2023 exam. It will also release the category-wise All India Rank (AIR) of the candidates. The results will be released on 18th June 2023. Candidates will be able to check the results on the JEE (Advanced) official website, i.e., www.jeeadv.ac.in.
There are several steps to check the JEE Advanced results.
So, this is how you can check the JEE Advanced results.
Now, there are a number of details mentioned in the result, such as
Candidates must keep on checking the official website for the JEE 2023 results. Moreover, you can also keep visiting the ALLEN website for the latest JEE 2023 notifications.
IIT Guwahati has provided the ways in which the results will be prepared this year. Have a look!
Candidates can calculate the marks as per the exam pattern, which we have mentioned below.
The JEE (Advanced) exam comprises Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both Paper 1 and Paper 2 have 54 questions each. The papers have multiple-choice questions, integer value questions, and numerical questions. Each paper is for 183 marks. Thus, the JEE 2023 Advanced exam is for a total of 366 marks. The exams are divided into three sections – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
Let us look at the exam pattern that will help in understanding the marking scheme and how to calculate the scores.
IIT Guwahati has released the JEE Advanced 2023 rank list. Below are some key pointers regarding the rank list for the exam.
The JEE exam is very challenging and requires a lot of effort and hard work. Thus, to have a name on the merit list, the candidates need to excel in the examination with a high percentile.
There are times when a situation arises wherein two or more candidates get the same marks. These authorities follow several tiebreaking policies in order to determine the ranks of the candidates in case of similar marks.
Here are the rules of tie-breaking policies. Have a look!
The JEE Advanced cutoff 2023 cutoff has been released. The average cut-off for OBC and EWS was 21.50 percent (77 marks) and subject-wise was 6.15 percent (7 marks). The average cut-off for SC-ST and physically challenged students was 11.95 percent (43 marks) and subject-wise was 3.42 percent (4 marks). This average cut-off is taken out of 360 marks and subject wise cut-off is taken out of 120 marks.
There are many colleges/universities that accept the JEE Advanced score to consider students for admissions. Here is the list of top 20 colleges wherein the students can get admission as per the JEE Advanced score.
Here are the top ten rankers of JEE Advanced for the year 2022.
|Rank||Name of the Toppers|
|1||R K Shishir|
|2||Polu Lakshmi Sai Lohith Reddy|
|3||Thomas Biju Cheeramvelil|
|4||Vangapalli Sai Siddhartha|
|10||Vetcha Gnana Mahesh|
JEE Advanced 2023 is one of the toughest exams that a candidate can come across. It is important to excel in the examination in order to get into good colleges which will give the desired placements in top companies.
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