NTA finally responded to the candidate’s eagerness to know the results by releasing the JEE Main Test Scores online on their official website. It was released earlier today and candidates can now check all their JEE Main 2019 Scores from therein. This came as a surprise for most of us as the release of JEE Main results were scheduled for 31st of January 2019. However, what is important at this point is that, the test scores are here and candidates can be relieved about it.
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What will happen to the candidates who challenged the Answer Key?
Although the JEE Main Test scores have been released, there is still confusion regarding the Answer Key Challenges that were put forward by some of the candidates. The JEE Main Answer Key was released on 14th of January and candidates had the provision of challenging the Answer Key till 17th of January. However, the Answer Key challenge window was open on 18th as well. There was no formal notification or announcement from the NTA regarding the Answer Key Challenge Results. It had been speculated that there was around 13-15 questions that were erroneous and candidate were hoping for some response from the officials regarding the issue. There JEE Mains Result came 12 days prior to the official date.
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The above screenshot is from the Official Press Release of NTA Result Declaration. The highlighted point clearly says that the keys of the question papers were displayed in advance to invite challenges by the candidates. However, there was no such response notification released by NTA regarding the challenged questions.
Why was the JEE Main 2019 Result Released Earlier than the Scheduled Date?
Although the release of JEE Main 2019 Result relieved most of the candidates, some students are still in awe and confused for the same. There are lots of questions that are pondering inside the candidate’s head and NTA, at some point, may have to answer to them all. The early release of the Result is a sign of not sticking with the official timeline. Is there a confusion among the controllers of the examination? Is there any kind of pressure with the NTA?
All these questions are valid since NTA had just conducted their first JEE Main examination. But will they answer to any of those? Only time will tell.
JEE Main 2019 Result
NTA has released the JEE Main 2019 Result online on the official website: jeemain.nic.in on 19th January 2019. Click Here to check your Result.
The result will include the test scores for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics sections separately and the overall score for the Paper I. And for Paper 2, candidates will be shown the test scores for Aptitude Test, Mathematics, and Drawing section. The Paper 2 result will be released in due time as per the official notification of NTA. NTA has normalized the scores across multi session papers. The scores are based on relative performance of all the candidates who appeared in the examinations in one session.
JEE Main Score Card 2019
The viewing procedure for the JEE Main 2019 Result is not at all complicated and it doesn’t have to be. Candidates can check their respective results from the official website of NTA.
JEE Main 2019 Score Card Download Procedure is as given below.
- Candidates will be able to view the exam JEE Main Result 2019 by logging in to the registered ID by entering the application number and date of birth. The detailed procedure is as follow.
- Candidates need to go to the official website of JEE Main; access the link that leads to JEE Main Result; enter in roll number and date of birth along with the security pin; click on submit
- The JEE Main 2019 Result PDF will open in a new window.
- Candidates may download and keep printed copies of the result.
Please your valuable feedback in the comment section below. Also, share your case if you have challenged the answer key as well.
If you could explain the percentile functioning , like if the NTA Total percentaile is so & so what will be the approx rank ?
Basically, Percentile scores are scores based on the relative performance of all those who appear for the
examination. The marks obtained are transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of
examinees. It’s hard to tell the rank that way but NTA will release the Ranks after the April session and release ranks altogether.