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Final Answer key for JEE Main 2023 Session 1; Result Date

Final Answer key for JEE Main 2023 Session 1; Result Date; Timetables and Additional Information — frequently asked questions
JEE Main 2023 Session 1 results are expected soon. When the score is released, it will be available on the official website —

JEE Main 2023 Session 1: On February 1, the National Testing Agency (NTA) concluded the first session of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023. The exam will be held in two sessions this year, with the second session planned to take place in April. 

The provisional answer key was recently provided by the NTA, and the final answer key and session 1 results are expected soon. Once released, the results will be available at the official website —

JEE Main 2023 Results Available?

No, the JEE Main 2023 results have not yet been released. The provisional answer key was provided by NTA on February 2nd, and challenges could be submitted by 7:30 PM on February 4th. The NTA will now provide the final answer key before making the results available to all applicants.


How can I find the JEE Main 2023 Results?


Once released, the following results can be examined:

  1. First, go to the official website,
  2. Select the JEE Main 2023 result link.
  3. Enter your login information, such as your application number, password, and security captcha.
  4. View and download the outcome.


When is the next JEE Main Session?


The second session will be placed on April 6, 8, 10, 11, and 12. The registration period for the April session will begin on February 7th and end on March 7th.


Is a 75 percentile required for JEE Main 2023?


  1. The eligibility criteria for JEE Main 2023 are that candidates must have passed the class 12/equivalent examination in 2021, and 2022, or be appearing in 2023, regardless of their age. 
  2. Candidates who passed their class 12/equivalent examination in 2020 or earlier, as well as those who will take such an examination in 2024, are eligible to take the entrance exam.

The Ministry of Education (MoE) recently declared that, in addition to obtaining 75 percent or higher in class 12, students from the top 20% of all boards will be allowed.


Do NITs demand 75% or above in the 12th grade board exam?


This year, IITs restored back the class 12 criteria of 75% or higher for admission to NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs. However, at the student's request, the Ministry of Education established a new eligibility criterion. It was decided to include the 20% criterion to ensure that individuals who do not achieve a score of 75% or above do not miss out on the opportunity to take the exam and participate in the subsequent admission process. 

Aside from the all-India rank in JEE Main, a student must have either scored 75 percentile or above in the class 12 board test or be among the top 20 percentile candidates of the particular board, according to the amended eligibility criteria. The qualifying scores in the class 12 examination for SC and ST candidates should be 65 percentile.


Is JEE Main a Challenging Exam?


According to a recent report, JEE Main is considered to be a challenging entrance exam as it tests the applicants' aptitude and understanding of various subjects, including mathematics, physics, and chemistry. The competition level is high, and the exam is designed to assess the applicant's ability to think critically and apply theoretical knowledge to practical problems. Therefore, it requires diligent preparation and a strong grasp of the subjects to score well. 

Admission to Undergraduate Engineering Programs (BE/B.Tech) in Institutions/Universities funded/recognized by the participating State Governments, as well as B.Arch and B.Planning programs in the country, is organised through JEE NITs, IIITs, and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). Paper 1 for B.Tech and BE and Paper 2 for B.Arch and B.Planning comprise the JEE.


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