JEE Mains Result 2023 Date: Today is the last chance to file objections on JEE Mains 2023 Provisional Answer Keys. Candidates who appeared in JEE Mains January or Session-1 and want to raise objections can raise objections online on National Testing Agency (NTA) JEE official website jeemain.nta.nic.in till February 04, 2023, at 8 PM Are.
JEE Mains Result 2023 Date: JEE Main January session result update
A non-refundable processing fee of Rs 200 will have to be paid to file an objection. The processing fee can be paid through a Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking. As per the official notice, the objections filed by the candidates will be verified by a panel of subject experts. If the challenge of a candidate is found correct, then the answer key will be revised, and a revised answer key will be issued. The result of the exam will be based on the revised answer key.
JEE Mains 2023 Result Kab aayega?
The online window for raising objections based on JEE Mains answer key will close on February 04, 2023. After this, the experts will settle the objections received. Meanwhile, the agency has also given an opportunity to the candidates to modify or edit the state code and category in the eligibility in the online application form. The last date for correction is February 05, 2023. On this basis, it is expected that NTA may issue JEE Mains Session-1 result or scorecard on Monday or Tuesday. However, the agency has not yet officially announced the date and time of releasing the result. Candidates are advised to keep a watch on the website for the latest information.
Make sure to correct the scorecard for the result.
Physics Guru and founder of Motion-Kota, Nitin Vijay, said that students should remember the January session scorecard for the result. Only the January session of JEE Main has been completed. After this, the April session will be organized. On the basis of the better performance of both sessions, the result of the students will be released.
JEE Mains Result 2023: See here how to check result
Step 1: JEE Main result will be released on the official website of NTA jeemain.nta.nic.in.
Step 2: On the home page, the ‘JEE Mains Januray Session 1 Result 2023’ link will be activated after the declaration of the result.
Step 3: Here candidates will be able to check their results by entering login credentials.
Step 4: Candidates can keep a hard copy of the result and check it.
JEE Main 2023 Result
Marks Normalization JEE Main 2023 has been conducted in two shifts. NTA will normalize the scores by checking the difficulty level of the exam held on different days and in different shifts, so that the result score of all the candidates is appropriate. NTA uses a formula to calculate the aggregate percentile score for each subject. To avoid tie, JEE Main 2022 percentile score is calculated up to 7 decimal places.
JEE Mains Session-2 will start from April 06.
Let us tell you that the JEE Mains January session examinations were held on 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31 January and February 01 2023, while the April session examinations were held from 6 to April 12 2023.