JEE Main Result

JEE Main Result 2023

NTA will announce the JEE Main result 2023 on its official website ( after completing the JEE Main exams. The results for the April session are likely to be declared in the 1st  week of May 2023, and results for the May session will be announced in the 1st week of June 2023.

Students can check their results on the NTA website by providing their application number and date of birth. The top 2,50,000 qualifiers in the JEE Main result will participate in JEE Advanced 2023.

Please scroll down to learn more about updates and processes for JEE Main results. 

Students appearing for JEE Main 2023 should regularly check the Extramarks website for updates on  JEE Main exam dates, JEE Main eligibility criteria, JEE Main test pattern, JEE Main application form, JEE Main syllabus, etc.

Introduction to JEE Exam

The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is engineering and architecture course admission exam held across India. Candidates who want to study engineering at IITs, NITs, and other public and private engineering institutes in India must take the JEE exams.

The JEE Main test is regarded as one of India’s most competitive exams. To pass this entrance exam, one needs to put in a lot of effort and determination. Every year, lacs of candidates take this exam with the hopes of passing JEE Main and getting into their desired top engineering and architectural schools.

To gain an advantage in their preparation, students can refer to multiple preparation resources published on the Extramarks website. These resources include JEE main question papers, JEE Advanced question papers, JEE Main sample papers, JEE Main revision notes, and JEE Main mock tests.

JEE Main 2023 Result Overview

Details JEE Main Result date
JEE Main result date – 2023
  • Results of the April session shall be announced in the 1st week of May 2023
  • And results of the May exam shall be announced in the 1st week of June 2023
NTA JEE Main result website
JEE Main exam conducting authority National Testing Agency (NTA)
JEE Main result 2023 declaration mode Online

 JEE Main 2023 Result Dates

Although the authorities have not yet declared the JEE Main result date and time for 2023, students can refer to the tentative JEE result dates listed below.

Events Dates (Tentative)
JEE Main exam date 2023 April session – April 2023

May session – May 2023

JEE Mains result date 2023 April session – May 2023

May session – June 2023

How To Download and Check JEE Main 2023 Result

According to the NTA, the JEE Main result 2023 will only be available online. Candidates should follow the easy methods outlined below to check their JEE Main 2023 results. To view JEE Main results 2023, candidates should provide their application number and date of birth/password. The JEE Main result cannot be checked by roll number.

Steps to check JEE Main result 2023:

  •         Visit the official NTA JEE Main website at
  •          ‘View JEE Main result 2023’ or ‘View scorecard’ are the options. Click on anyone.
  •          Enter your JEE Main application number and birthdate.
  •          Now, press the “Submit” button.
  •          The entire JEE Main result will be displayed, including scores.
  •          Download and save the JEE Mains result page on your computer for future use.

Details Mentioned in JEE Main 2023 Result / Scorecard

JEE Main result 2023 provides a lot of information:

  •         Name of the Candidate
  •         The application number as well as the roll number
  •         Information about the parents
  •         Eligibility status
  •         Nationality
  •         Categorisation (reserved or unreserved)
  •         Persons with Disabilities Specification
  •         NTA JEE total scores

JEE Main Result 2023 – Normalisation Process

Since the JEE Main exam is divided into two sessions, the difficulty level varies, and officials employ the normalisation method to deal with this. NTA’s normalised JEE Main scores show the percentage of candidates whose scores are equal to or lower than the highest-scoring candidate in that session. The following is the formula for calculating NTA scores:

Formula – (100 x number of candidates who appeared in the session with a raw score equal to or less than the participant) / total number of applicants who appeared in that shift

Candidates should know that the normalised NTA score is not the same as the examination’s percentage of marks.

JEE Main Result 2023 – Percentile Calculation

The National Testing Agency uses the normalisation formula to determine the JEE Main percentile for individual disciplines and the combined format for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Total Percentile (T1P): (100 x number of students from the session with raw score either equal to or less than T1 score) / Total number of students who appeared in the session
Mathematics Percentile (M1P) (100 x number of students who appeared from the session with raw score either equal to or less than M1 score in Mathematics) / Total number of students who appeared in the session
Physics Percentile (P1P) (100 x No. of students who appeared from the session with raw score either equal to or less than P1 score in Physics) / Total number of students who appeared in the session
Chemistry Percentile (C1P): (100 x number of students who appeared from the session with raw score either equal to or less than C1 score in Chemistry) / Total number of students who appeared in the session

 JEE Main Result – Tie Breaking Rule

In the JEE Mains result, there are situations when two or more students receive identical NTA scores. As a result, NTA uses the tie-breaking criteria in the JEE Main result to provide a unique All India Rank. Refer to the priority-ordered list of subject scores that will be used to break ties in the NTA JEE Main result.

JEE Main Paper 1 Result – Method of resolving ties

  • Mathematics NTA score
  • Physics NTA score
  • Chemistry NTA score
  • Candidates who have a lower percentage of negative answers

JEE Main Paper 2 Result – Method of resolving ties

NTA uses the subject-wise precedence of scores to break a tie amongst candidates with similar NTA JEE Mains scores in Paper 2A, 2B.

  • Mathematics NTA score
  • Aptitude NTA score
  • Drawing NTA score
  • Candidates with a lower negative to positive response ratio

JEE Main 2023 Final Result

JEE Main exam 2023 will be held in two sessions. JEE Main 2023 results will be released after each session. The final NTA JEE Main result will be announced after the May session.

  •         The overall score earned during the April/May attempt
  •         Out of two JEE Main scores, the best shall be chosen.
  •         JEE Main 2023 All India Rank
  •         Candidate’s category (if reserved category applies)
  •         Cutoff for JEE Advanced

JEE Main Result 2023 – Re-evaluation Process

Any request for reevaluation or re-checking of the NTA JEE Main result 2023 would be denied by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Candidates’ scores in the JEE Main 2023 result will be regarded as final.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. How many colleges accept the JEE Main result 2023?

Candidates can check the participating institutes for JEE Main on the official website to see which colleges they can apply to for admissions. 31 National Institutes of Technology (NITs), 25 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and 28 Centrally Funded Technical Institutes  (CFTIs) are among the JEE Main participating institutes. In addition to JEE Main participating institutes, many states and private colleges offer admissions based on JEE Mains.

2. Will NTA send results offline?

NTA will update the results through their official website. Applicants can check the results through the following websites: