JEE Main 2023: Know tie-breaking policy to resolve equal NTA scores

NTA will prepare the JEE Main 2023 score considering factors such as multi-shift papers and raw (actual) marks obtained by the candidates.

Back

JEE Main 2024 Rank Predictor

Predict your JEE Main 2024 Rank based on JEE Main Percentile by using JEE Main 2024 Rank Predictor.

Try Now
JEE Main 2023 tie breaking policy explainedJEE Main 2023 tie breaking policy explained

Adarsh Srivastava | January 20, 2023 | 03:53 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 January session exam. The JEE Main paper 1 (BE, BTech) will be held on January 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31 and February 1. Only the second shift exam will be held on January 28, 2023. JEE Main 2023 Live Updates

The NTA will host the JEE Main 2023 provisional answer key on the official website-- jeemain.nta.nic.in. The testing agency will provide opportunities to candidates to challenge the provisional answer keys. The subject experts will examine the grievances received from the candidates and then a final answer key will be prepared.

Also Read | JEE Main Admit Card 2023: City intimation slip released at jeemain.nta.nic.in

The JEE Main 2023 result will be compiled based on the final answer key declared. NTA will prepare the JEE Main 2023 score considering factors including multi-shift papers, raw (actual) marks obtained by the candidates in different shifts/sessions.

For paper 1- BE, BTech, the total of raw scores obtained by a candidate in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry will be converted into NTA scores. The overall JEE Main 2023 merit will be prepared by merging the NTA scores of all shifts of all days.

JEE Main 2023 : Tie Breaking Policy

The tie between candidates obtaining equal total NTA scores in JEE Main 2023 paper 1 (BE, BTech) will be resolved in the following manner in descending order.

1. NTA score in Mathematics, followed by

2. NTA score in Physics, followed by

3. NTA score in Chemistry, followed by

4. Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in all the subjects in the Test, followed by

5. Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Mathematics in the Test, followed by

6. Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Physics in the Test, followed by

7. Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Chemistry in the Test, followed by

8. Older in Age, followed by

9. Application Number in ascending order.

Follow us for the latest education news on colleges and universities, admission, courses, exams, research, education policies, study abroad and more..

To get in touch, write to us at news@careers360.com.

Download Our App

Start you preparation journey for JEE / NEET for free today with our APP

  • Students250M+Students
  • College30,000+Colleges
  • Exams500+Exams
  • Ebooks1500+Ebooks
  • Certification12000+Certifications