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JEE Main Results 2023 January Attempt Declared!

NTA announced the JEE Main 2023 Session January 1 Attempt Result on February 7, 2023. The candidates can view and download the JEE Main 2023 Result from the official websites- and They can download the scorecard using the application number and date of birth.

The final answer keys are also available along with the JEE Main 2023 Session 1 Result. Students can register for the Session 2 exams. Initially, the registration was planned to begin on February 7, 2023, but the process is now delayed. As of now, the application forms are unavailable, and no confirmation for their release date has yet been received. Also, JEE Main 2023 Session 2 exams were scheduled for April 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, and 12. Any changes in these dates will be shared via official announcement.

Key Highlights

NTA conducted the JEE Main Session 1 exam 2023 on January 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, and February 1 at various exam centres across India. Candidates can now check their NTA score and percentile secured. They can also view the JEE Main 2023 overall toppers list along with the category-wise topper list.

  • This year, over 9 lakh applicants registered for the exam. While 8.6 lakh students registered for paper 1 and 0.46 lakh for paper 2.
  • 20 candidates received a 100 percentile in session-1 of JEE Main 2023 for Paper 1.
  • There were no female candidates in the 100 percentile scorers’ list.
  • 14 candidates from the general category, 4 from OBC, and 1 each from gen-EWS and SC categories out of 20 had 100 percentiles.

NTA will release the JEE Main 2023 cut-off after the conduction of both sessions of JEE Main 2023. Based on the result, candidates will get admission into various NITs, GFTIs, and other participating institutes. The top 20 percentile will also qualify for writing JEE Advanced exams.

How to Check JEE Main 2023 January Attempt Result?

Refer to the following steps to access your scorecard:

Difference between Raw Score vs Rank vs Percentile 

Here is an explanation of JEE score, percentile, and rank to clear all doubts of JEE aspirants:


While the raw score is the actual marks obtained in the different subjects, the NTA score is not the raw score. The NTA score is the normalised score based on the relative performance of all those who appeared for the exam in a session.


NTA uses the normalisation formula to calculate a percentile score in the three subjects: Chemistry, Maths, and Physics. It is calculated up to 7 decimal places to avoid ties between applicants. This percentile score is referred to when the authority prepares the JEE Main merit list. For each session, this score is estimated on a scale of 0 - 100.

The following formula is used to calculate percentiles:

100 × (Number of candidates who appeared in the session with raw score equal to or less than the candidate)/ (Total number of candidates who appeared in a particular session)

Also, candidates must note that the NTA score of the total is not the average of the NTA score of individual subjects.


The ranks of the candidates are provided after the release of the results for the two JEE sessions, considering the best out of the two session scores.

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