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JEE Main Cutoff 2023: Result Out, Check Previous Year Cut-off Score 2022

JEE Main 2023- Check JEE Main Cutoff 2022, 2021

The JEE Main Cut-off 2023 will be released after the completion of all four phase exams. It helps the candidate to get admission to various institutes and universities. The candidates who are taking admission in B.Tech, B.Arch, and B.Plan must check the cut-off list JEE Main 2023. It tells the candidate whether he had qualified for the exam or not. The cut-off list will be displayed category-wise. In this article, we are providing all the important details of JEE Main Cut-off 2023.

JEE Main Cutoff 2023

The cut-off list of JEE Main 2023 is displayed via online mode and the marks are the minimum qualifying marks for the candidates to appear in the JEE Advance. It is published category-wise. And its marks are different for all categories. JEE Main cut-off marks depend on the difficulty level of the exam and the number of students who appeared for the jee mains examination. The JEE Mains cut-off list is released by the NTA after the declaration of JEE Main 2023 result via online mode. The candidates who have scored more than the cut-off marks are considered qualified candidates and can give JEE Advance 2023. The following table shows the expected cut-off score of JEE Main.

Category Cut-Off marks 2023 ( Expected )
Common Rank List 86 – 100
General EWS65-85
OBC – NCL65-84
ST26-87
SC43-87

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The previous year’s cut-off marks help the candidate to know the qualifying marks for this year. So that candidate will prepare according to the cut-off marks that minimum expected marks are necessary for qualifying. By knowing the cut-off marks they will be able to give their effort in preparation. The following table represents the previous year’s cut-off marks of 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, and 2016 given below.

JEE Main Previous Year Cut-Off Marks 2023

Years General Common
Rank list
Gen EWS Gen PWD OBC SC ST PWD
202288.4121383-10063.1114141-88.40374780.0031029-88.378488267.0090297-88.408174743.0820954-88.403747826.7771328-88.4072779
202187.8992241-100.000000066.2214845-87.89500710.0096375-87.827335968.0234447-87.895007146.8825338-87.895007134.6728999-87.8474721
202090.376533570.243551872.888796950.176024539.06961010.0618524
201989.754884978.217486974.316655754.012815544.33451720.11371730
2018350 – 7473 – 4573 – 2973 – 2473 -35
201781493227
2016100705248

Factors affecting the JEE Main Cutoff Mark

The JEE Main Cut-Off marks depend on the following factors are as follows.

  • Number of candidates appearing for the JEE Main Entrance Exam
  • The difficulty level of Questions asked in the entrance examination
  • Overall performance of the students giving the exam
  • The total number of questions asked in the examination.

FAQs

Question-1, What are the factors that depends on the cut-off marks?

The cutoff marks depend on the number of questions, the number of students, the difficulty level of examination, and the overall performance of the students.

Question-2, What is the minimum cut-off marks for JEE Main?

The minimum expected marks of JEE Main for GEN category (common rank list) candidates is 89.75, for GEN (EWS category) is 78.21, for OBC-NCL is 74.31, for SC is 54, for ST is 44 and for PWD is 0.11371730.

Question-3, What are the types of cut-off marks for JEE Main?

There are mainly two types of Cutoff of JEE Main i.e. Qualifying and admission. The qualifying is announced at the time of result while admission is at the time of seat allotment.

Question-4, What is the qualifying cut-off marks for JEE Main?

The qualifying cutoff marks should be released after the declaration of the result. By the qualifying marks candidates will able to know that he/she is qualified or not. If he/she is above the qualifying marks then only they have a have the chance of getting admission.

Question-5, How did the admission cut-off marks for JEE Main is prepared?

The admission qualifying marks are prepared by the JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority). The admission qualifying marks depend on the opening and closing rank.

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