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JEE Main Rank Predictor 2019 – Expected Marks and Ranks, Result and Admission Process

The Joint Entrance Examination is scheduled to be held twice from the year 2019. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be the exam conducting authority from the year 2019. Till 2018, the exam was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The exam will be conducted in January and April between 6th and 20th.

After appearing in the exam, candidates can predict their rank using the JEE Main Rank Predictor. The rank predictor helps in predicting your rank on the basis of previous years’ marks and rank trends. However, candidates are advised not to rely on the results of the predictor completely. There are possibilities that the actual rank may vary (move up or down) from the predicted rank.

Various engineering coaching institutes also provide online rank predictors. Candidates need to submit their details in the online tool and they get an idea about the rank and the college they might get on the basis of the rank. However, these tools just provide a rough idea of the possible ranks so these must not be treated as final result/ranks.

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Steps for using the JEE Main 2019 Rank Predictor

Get an idea about the marks you are likely to score in the JEE Main exam. Scores can be estimated with the help of the candidate’s recorded response and answer keys. Both will be released on the official website. The date for release will be displayed on the official website.

Now check the table provided below against your JEE Main expected score. You will get an idea about the range in which your rank will fall.

JEE Main 2019 Rank Predictor

JEE Main Marks (expected) JEE Main Rank (expected)
More than 310 Less than 100
309-290 101-200
289-270 201-500
269-255 501-1000
254-247 1001-1500
246-240 1501-2000
239-232 2001-2500
231-225 2501-3000
224-217 3001-3500
216-210 3501-4000
209-207 4001-4500
206-204 4501-5000
203-200 5001-5500
199-197 5501-6000
196-195 6001-6500
194-192 6501-7000
191-190 7001-7500
189-185 7501-8000
184-182 8001-8500
181-179 8501-9000
178-177 9001-9500
176-175 9501-10,000
Less than 175 More than 10,000

Important: Data provided in the above table is an outcome of previous years’ result analysis. Actual figures might vary from the data.

Please Note that the score calculated with the help of provisional answer key and recorded response might vary with the actual score as candidates’ are provided with an option to challenge the provisional answer key. If any changes are to be made, they will be included in the final answer key. The JEE Main rank/merit list is prepared on the basis of the final answer key.

JEE Main Result

As per the official information bulletin, the result of JEE Main first attempt will be declared by 31st January 2019 and the result for the second attempt will be declared by 30th April 2019. Candidates can check the result through the official website using the following steps: 

  • Go to the official website –
  • Click on the result link.
  • The result portal will appear, enter your roll number and date of birth to log-in.
  • Submit the information and your result will appear on the screen.

The result/scorecard will include marks in paper 1 (Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics) and paper 2 (Mathematics. Aptitude Test, and Drawing Test), JEE Main All India Rank, Category Rank, and Cutoff marks for JEE Advanced. Candidates are required to download the scorecard and produce it at the time of counselling and admission. No scorecard will be sent through email or the post.

The examination schedule for both the attempts is as follows:

First Attempt Second Attempt
JEE Main Exam 2019 8th to 20th January 2019 (computer-based test) 6th to 20th April 2019

(computer-based test)

Each day the exam will be conducted in two shifts as under:

First Shift 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Second Shift 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM

JEE Main Seat Allocation and Admission Procedure

JEE Main seat allocation will be done on the basis of candidates’ rank in the exam. The candidates will be given a choice to provide preferences for course/branch and institutes. The seat allocation will be done on the basis of these choices provided by the candidate and the rank secured in the JEE Main examination.

After seat allocation, candidates have to complete the admission process by accepting the allotted seat and making fee payment. Candidates will be informed about the reporting time at the allotted institute during the seat allocation process. Those, who are not satisfied with the allotted institutes, can proceed for the next round of counselling/seat allocation. The document verification process is also carried during the counselling/admission process. Documents to be carried include:

  • Identity Proof
  • DOB proof
  • Certificates/Marksheets of the qualifying examination
  • Category and Disability certificate (if applicable)

The counselling/seat allocation process will be conducted only once for both the attempts. The better of the two scores will be considered for preparing the final merit list. Candidates must keep a check on the official website for updates related to the counselling process.

About JEE Main

JEE Main is conducted for admission to undergraduate engineering courses offered at NITs, IIITs, and other centrally funded institutions. Earlier, JEE Main was known as the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE). However, in 2012, it was renamed as JEE Main and IIT-JEE was renamed as JEE Advanced. JEE Advanced is conducted for admission to IITs. Only those who qualify the JEE Main are eligible to appear in the Advanced exam.

The year 2019 is to witness a lot of changes in the exam. The first being change in the exam conducting authority. From 2019, NTA has taken over the responsibility of conducting the JEE Main from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The Paper 1 and Paper 2 (part I and II) will be conducted only through the computer-based mode. The part III of paper 2 will be offline. And, the major change being the exam to be conducted twice – in January and April. The exam dates, schedule and other detailed information can be accessed through the official website.

Updated: December 27, 2018 — 10:07 am

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