JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2020:

 

The Most Comprehensive Guide To Understand JEE Main Normalization

 

JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct JEE Main 2020 January session from 6th to 9th January 2020. NTA will release the result for the same by 31st January. The JEE Main result for the January session will be prepared based on the JEE Main normalized score which is expressed as Percentile Score (NTA Score). Neither the raw marks secured by the candidates (out of 300) nor their ranks in JEE Main 2020 January session will be mentioned on the JEE Main scorecard. Only the percentile scores in each subject and the total percentile score of the candidates will be mentioned. The percentile score (NTA score) is a relative score in which the topper will get a percentile score of 100.

Students will be eager to know what their JEE Main percentile score means and what rank they are likely to get based on their percentile score. NTA will release the JEE Main ranks only after the conclusion of the April session. So, until then students won’t be able to know their JEE Main rank. To help you with this, we are providing you with the expected JEE Main Percentile vs Rank for JEE Main 2020 January session.

 

 

JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2020-Estimated 

This is based on Assumption of total number of students appeared.It will fluctuate ,this is just a framework.Read below for accurate information as per JEE Main 2019.Till Rank is announced on or before 30th april , below mentioned information is most authentic and appropriate Fluctuations can never be ruled out.

Percentile Scores (NTA Score) Expected Rank
100 1
99 8746
98 17,490
97 26,235
96 34,980
95 43,724
94 52,469
93 61,214
92 69,959
91 78,703
90 87,448
85 1,31,171
80 1,74,895
70 2,62,342
60 3,49,789
50 4,37,236
40 5,24,682
30 6,12,129
20 6,99,576
10 7,87,023
5 8,30,747
0 8,74,469

Now you have an idea about the expected JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank. But what exactly is Percentile Score? How is Percentile calculated? How to determine the rank of the candidates from Percentile Scores?

Let’s understand all these things.

JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2020: What Is Percentile Score?

The Percentile Score tells how you have performed in comparison to all other students who appeared for the exam. So, it tells you what percentage of the total number of students who appeared for the exam scored less than or equal to that particular percentile in that examination. It is neither the percentage score (which is the percentage of the maximum marks that you have secured) nor the raw marks (absolute marks secured by you).

The formula to calculate percentile score is as under:

Percentile Score of a Candidate = 100 x (Number of candidates who secured a raw score (or actual score) EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate) / (Total number of candidates who appeared in that session).

So, with this formula, the raw marks of the candidates are normalized and expressed as Percentile Score (also called NTA Score). It also eliminates the discrepancy caused by the variation of difficulty level across various sessions.

 

 

JEE Main 2019  Topper and Top Rankers List

FIITJEE Ranchi Result JEE Main​ 2019

 

 

JEE Main Paper 2019 Toppers List - Know About the Toppers

 

The JEE Main 2019 Result for Paper I has been declared on 29th April 2019 and for Paper II on 14th May 2019 . The result was announced on official website of JEE Main.

 

The Percentile Score list has is been given by the NTA (National Testing Agency). This year 15 students has scored 100 percentile in JEE Main Exam Paper 1 and for JEE Main Exam Paper 2 only 4 students scored 100 percentilwe.

Here, we bring out the list of toppers for JEE Main 2019 Paper I and Paper II.  Scroll down to check the list.

JEE Main Paper 1 2019 Toppers List 

 
Rank

JEE Main Paper 1 2019 Topper Name

State Code of Eligibility

JEE Main percentile

 AIR 1

Shubhan Srivastava

Delhi

100

 AIR 2

Kevin Martin

Karnataka

100

 AIR 3

Dhruv Arora

Madhya Pradesh

100

 AIR 4

Jayesh Singla

Punjab

100

 AIR 5

Battepati Karthikeya

Telangana

100

 AIR 6

Nishant Abhangi

Rajasthan

100

 AIR 7

Adelly Sai Kiran

Telangana

100

 AIR 8

Vishwanth K

Telangana

100

 AIR 9

Konda Renu

Andhra Pradesh

100

 AIR 10

Abhay Pratap Singh Rathore

Madhya Pradesh

100

 AIR 11

Sambit Behera

Rajasthan

100

 AIR 12

Shubhankar Gambhir

Rajasthan

100

 AIR 13

Ankit Kumar Misra

Maharashtra

100

 AIR 14

Himanshu Gaurav Singh

Uttar Pradesh

100

 AIR 15

Prakhar Jagwani

Madhya Pradesh

100

 AIR 16

Dravya Marwaha

Haryana

100

 AIR 17

Naman Gupta

Uttar Pradesh

100

 AIR 18

Gupta Kartikey Chandresh

Maharashtra

100

 AIR 19

Yindukuri Jayanth Phani Sai

Telangana

100

 AIR 20

Samiksha Das

Rajasthan

100

 AIR 21

Bojja Chetan Reddy

Andhra Pradesh

100

 AIR 22

Gudipaty Aniket

Jharkhand

100

 AIR 23

Jitender Kumar Yadav

Haryana

100

 AIR 24

Raj Aryan Agrawal

Maharashtra

100

 

JEE Main Paper 1 2019 State Wise Toppers List 

 

S.No.

JEE Main Paper 1 2019 Topper Name

State Code of Eligibility

1.

Prince Kumar Gupta

Arunachal Pradesh

2.

Pradipta Parag Bora

Assam

3.

Shubhanshu Prasad

Andaman And Nicobar Island

4.

Konda Renu

Andhra Pradesh

5.

Avinabh Bhardwaj

Bihar

6.

Rishabh Bhatnagar

Chhattisgarh

7.

Dishank Jindal

Chandigarh

8.

Ashmit Singh

Daman & Diu

9.

Shubhan Srivastava

Delhi

10.

Atharva Shrawge

Dadra And Nagar Haveli

11.

Parvik Nileshkumar Dave

Gujarat

12.

Jaiprakash Suresh Gurav

Goa

13.

Aakash Solanki

Himachal Pradesh

14.

Dravya Marwaha

Haryana

15.

Gudipaty Aniket

Jharkhand

16.

Aman Yadav

Jammu And Kashmir

17.

Kevin Martin

Karnataka

18.

Vishnu Vinod

Kerala

19.

Tom Saju

Lakshadweep

20.

Gourav Kumar

Meghalaya

21.

Laishram Prince Singh

Manipur

22.

Dhruv Arora

Madhya Pradesh

23.

Ankit Kumar Misra

Maharashtra

24.

Akash Jyoti Sahoo

Mizoram

25.

Manish Kumar Chauhan

Nagaland

 

 JEE Main Paper 2 2019 Toppers List 

 

S.No.

JEE Main Paper 2 Candidates Name

State Code of Eligibility

JEE Main Paper 2 Score

1.

Gollapudi N Lakshmi Narayana

Andhra Pradesh

100

2.

Gudla Raghunandan Reddy

Andhra Pradesh

100

3.

Sykam Riteesh Reddy

Andhra Pradesh

100

4.

Gudla Raghunandan Reddy

Andhra Pradesh

100

 

हमलोग प्रति वर्ष २०० से  विद्यार्थियों की फेस तो फेस प्री और रैंक काउंसलिंग करते हैं और ५०० से ज्यादा विद्यार्थियों को झारखण्ड और बिहार में अन्य सर्विसेज देते हैं 
 
उसी आधार पर ये डाटा तैयार हुआ है 

 

JEE Main Percentile

All India Rank

99.9899

170

99.9809

298

99.972

394

99.944

752

99.88

1442

99.8

2240

99.766

2360

99.7848432

2666

99.77

2748

99.7733585

2808

99.72

3335

99.69

3725

99.67

4003

99.544

5438

99.5445834

5438

99.541

5502

99.476

6199

99.3989881

7090

99.3667437

7464

99.296

8253

99.2866116

8336

99.2055274

9221

99.1894147

9407

99.188

9415

99.147

9925

99.1418764

9984

99.088

10575

99

10643

99.064

10846

99.06

10860

98.9733724

11918

98.8512799

13251

98.84

13300

98.844

13324

98.8391392

13365

98.730362

14591

98.6977401

14972

98.6698743

15240

98.66

15282

98.64

15564

98.6

16000

98.4950131

17270

98.388

17301

98.4065242

18191

98.359

18684

98.33

19025

98.3321469

19025

98.24

20445

98.1934

20675

98.3

20710

98.043

22281

98.02

22587

98.0057

22665

97.9743535

23016

98.5

23700

97.7866184

25196

97.7164638

25818

97.6427359

26692

97.505137

28170

97.4891593

28443

97.4410757

28991

97.3421144

30079

97.3317947

30187

97.2668508

30835

96.8027882

36078

96.7180798

37117

96.4

40088

96.4229912

40351

96.2910672

41789

95.8424284

46764

95.8378292

46815

95.8041384

47192

95.2185817

53820

95.112

54990

94.6024481

60648

93.9274506

68129

93.574516

72234

93.3908181

74318

93.1210747

77372

92.647234

82461

92.6230041

82914

92.1982241

87640

91.8555449

91763

91.693911

93475

90.9922987

101221

90.1744592

110585

89.2102295

121819

87.3849445

142982

87.1186863

146083

84.23

177506

83.9847456

183898

83.809

186009

83.7204277

187217

81.6402653

213134

   

JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2020: How Does Normalization Eliminate Discrepancies Caused By Variation Of Difficulty Level?

So, let us elaborate it with an example.

Let’s start with the following assumptions:

  • a. Candidate A appeared for the exam in Session 1.
  • b. Candidate A secured the highest marks among all the students who appeared in that Session 1. He scored 280 out of 300.
  • c. A total of 45632 students appeared for the exam in Session 1.
  • d. Candidate B appeared for the exam in Session 2.
  • e. Candidate B secured the highest score among all the students who appeared in that Session 2. She scored 265 out of 300.
  • f. A total of 45067 students appeared for the exam in Session 2.
  • g. Session 1 was easier than Session 2.

Now, if we consider the raw scores secured by Candidate A (280) and Candidate B (265) to create the merit list, of course, Candidate A would be the overall topper.

That would be unfair because Session 2 was more difficult than Session 1.

Now, let’s see what happens if we normalize the scores secured by Candidate A and Candidate B using the above formula and express them in Percentile.

In Session 1:

No. of candidates who secured a raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than Candidate A = 45632 

Total number of candidates who appeared in Session 1: 45632

Using the above formula,

Percentile Score Obtained by Candidate A = 100 x (45632/45632) = 100

In Session 2:

No. of candidates who secured a raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than Candidate B = 45067 

Total number of candidates who appeared in Session 1: 45067 

Using the above formula,

Percentile Score Obtained by Candidate A = 100 x (45067 /45067) = 100

So, you see, when expressed in Percentile, both the candidates have secured the same scores.

Let us assume the following scenarios as well:

In Session 1:

  • a. Both Candidate C and Candidate D secure 2nd position with a raw score of 272
  • b. Candidate E secures the 3rd position with a raw score of 255

In Session 2:

  • a. Candidate F secures the 2nd position with a raw score of 255 (same as the raw score secured by the 3rd position holder of Session 1)

Now, if we consider the raw scores to compile the merit list, then the ranks of Candidates A, B, C, D, E, and F are as under:

Candidate A (280) 1st Position
Candidate B (265) 3rd Position
Candidate C (272) 2nd Position
Candidate D (272) 2nd Position
Candidate E (255) 4th Position
Candidate F (2555) 4th Position

Here, you can see that both Candidate E and Candidate F secured the same marks and hence, the same rank. But Candidate E appeared in Session 1 which was easier than Session 2. So, Candidate F should have been the one with a better rank than Candidate E. But that’s not happening because the variation in difficulty level was not considered.

So, let us look at the Percentile Scores of the candidates now:

  • a. Percentile Score of Candidate C = 100 (45631/45632) = 99.9978086
  • b. Percentile Score of Candidate D = 100 (45631/45632) = 99.9978086
  • c. Percentile Score of Candidate E = 100 (45629/45632) = 99.9934257
  • d. Percentile Score of Candidate F = 100 (45066/45067) = 99.9977811

Now, the merit list considering the Percentile Scores is as under:

Candidate A (350) 1st Position
Candidate B (310) 1st Position
Candidate C (334) 2nd Position
Candidate D (334) 2nd Position
Candidate E (305) 4th Position
Candidate F (305) 3rd Position

Here, Candidate F gets a better rank than Candidate E. So, the discrepancy in the result that would have caused if we had considered the raw scores secured by the candidates who appeared for the exam in different sessions having different difficulty level have been eliminated.

It is in this manner, the authorities calculate the JEE Main percentile scores and determine the ranks. Basically, your Percentile Score indicates the percentage of students who secured less than or equal to the raw score obtained by you.

 

 

JEE Main 2018 Toppers List 

 

The JEE Main 2018 Result for Paper I was declared on 30 April. The result was announced on official website of JEE Main. The Topper of JEE Main 2018 is Bhogi Suraj Krishna belongs from Andhra Pradesh. While the second and third places are bagged by KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli and Parth Laturia respectively

Here, we bring out the list of toppers for JEE Main 2018 Paper I. Scroll down to check the list.

 

All India Rank Name Scores
AIR 1 Bhogi Suraj Krishna 350
AIR 2 KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli 350
AIR 3 Parth Lathuria 350
AIR 4 Pranav Goyal 350
AIR 5 Gattu Mytraya 350
AIR 6 Pawan Goyal 350
AIR 7 Bhaskar Arun Gupta 345
AIR 8 Dakarapu Bharath 345
AIR 9 Simarpreet Singh Saluja 345
AIR 10 Gosula Vinayaka Srivardhan 341
AIR 11 Navneel Singhal 340
AIR 12 Ayush Garg 340
AIR 13 Lay Jain 340
AIR 14 Jatoth Siva Tarun 340
AIR 15 Pinnamreddy Lokeshwar Reddy 340
AIR 16 Karan Agarwalla 340
AIR 17 Atulya Kumar Verma 338
AIR 18 Anirudh Panigrahi 337
AIR 19 Yash Gupta 336
AIR 20 Anubhav Saikia 336
AIR 21 Krishnan Ramalingam 335
AIR 22 Rahul Kumar Tiwary 335
AIR 23 Tarush Goyal

335

 

 

 

JEE Mains 2017 Toppers List- Know about the Toppers 

 

The CBSE Board has declared the JEE Mains Result 2017. The JEE Main 2017 Score has been calculated out of 360 total marks.

 

Kalpit Veerwal from Udaipur has created history by securing 100% marks in JEE Mains Exam. Recently, he has made it to the List of Limca Book of Record for Perfect JEE Mains Score.

 

Below is the List of JEE Mains Toppers with their All India Ranks and Scores. Let’s have a look at the table.

 

All India Rank Name Scores
AIR 1 Kalpit Veerwal 360
AIR 2 Vasu Jain 350
AIR 3 Ananay Agarwal 350
AIR 4 Vedant Rawal 345
AIR 5 Vishwajeet Agarwal 345
AIR 6 Mohan Abhyas 345
AIR 7 Akshat Chugh 345
AIR 8 Shafil Maheen 345
AIR 9 Varun Teja Chaudhary 345
AIR 10 Anany Sharma 340
AIR 12 Abhay Goyal 335
AIR 14 Piyush Tibrewal 335
AIR 15 Deepank Agarwal 335
AIR 17 Prabhpeet Sodhi 335
AIR 19 Tanishq Gupta 335
AIR 31 Shashij Gupta 330
AIR 32 Ayan Jain 330
AIR 34 Chiran Jindal 330
AIR 43 Rohan Gupta 328
AIR 71 Vrunda Rathi (AIR 1: Topper Amongst Girls) 321
AIR 92 Anil Ojha 320

JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank 2020: How Is The Rank Determined Using Percentile Scores?

So, as you can see, in the above example, we considered just the total Percentile Scores secured by Candidate A and Candidate B to determine their ranks. While compiling the actual JEE Main Merit List, NTA will consider the total, as well as the subject-wise Percentile scores, in the following order:

  • a. Candidates who obtain a higher Total Percentile score will be given preference.
  • b. If the tie still persists, candidates who obtain higher Percentile Score in Mathematics will be considered,
  • c. If the tie still exists, candidates who obtain higher Percentile Score in Physics will be given preference,
  • d. If the tie persists even after that, candidates who obtain higher Percentile Score in Chemistry will be considered,
  • e. If the tie exists even after that, the candidate who is older (in age) will be considered,
  • f. If the tie still exists after that, the candidates will be given the same rank.

Also, if the candidate appears for JEE Main in both April and January, NTA will consider the best of the two Total Percentile Score. They will not take the Subject-wise Percentile Scores into consideration.

But if the candidate appears for JEE Main either in January or in April, NTA will consider both Total and Subject-wise Percentile Scores.

Now, you have a clear idea about JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank. You also know how to calculate the Percentile Score or NTA Score determine the ranks. We hope it clears all your doubt regarding JEE Main normalization and JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank.

 

 

 

 

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