Now that JEE (Main) has just ended, applicants would be anxious to know the results of this exam and their respective ranks. A majority of coaching institutions have already come up with the results of all four sets (Code A, B, C, D) of the question papers.
The official answer key will be released by CBSE on Apr 24, 2018. This will be followed by the release of official results on Apr 30/May 31 where students will get to know their rank and where do they stand vis-à-vis other applicants.
Paper 1 results will be out on Apr 30 and Paper 2 results will be declared on May 31. With 11.5 lakh aspirants signing up for JEE (Main), the uncertainties of what rank an aspirant will get has only become more difficult. Although the complexities of calculating the rank has reduced a bit as class XII score will not be considered this year to calculate ranks.
Where the Rank Predictors come into the picture
But why wait until Apr 30/May 31 when the aspirants can check their approximate rank by using a Rank Predictor? These Rank Predictors utilize past data and apply different statistical algorithms to calculate an aspirant’s most probable rank. The aspirant just needs to enter few details like their JEE (Main) Roll no, Date of Birth, Expected JEE (Main) Marks, and the year when he passed class XII. Based on the answer keys provided by different coaching institutes, the aspirant has to calculate the expected marks he is going to get. Once all these details are filled, an aspirant can get his approximate rank.
Also read, JEE (Main) – Your Engineering Career Begins Here.
Let’s have a look at the best platforms which provide the facility of JEE (Main) rank prediction.
Careers360.com provides a holistic approach of taking into consideration a number of factors to predict an aspirant’s JEE (Main) rank. It also analyses the JEE (Main) cutoff from different providers before calculating its prediction. One needs to enter one’s personal details like date of birth, category etc. and how did one fare in JEE (Main). Based on his inputs and considering the past data and trends, Careers360 will predict his JEE rank.
Toppr.com has a minimalistic approach in predicting the JEE (Main) ranks. Based upon the previous year records, it provides an aspirant a range of ranks which he will be getting. He just needs to calculate his JEE (Main) score by using a credible answer key and input the expected score. The aspirant will get his rank in a jiffy.
Jeemains2018.in also helps the aspirants in predicting the rank. He needs to input his name, contact no., email id, registration no., category, city and branch. He also needs to enter the expected sectional marks he’s got in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Once done, click on “See Result” and he can view his predicted rank.
The portal provides an answer key to help the aspirants determine their score as well. Once they have calculated the score, they can input the score on the portal to see their respective ranks. aglasem.com uses the data of past years to approximate one’s rank.
Sarvgyan.com provides a platform to help the applicants predict their rank. Here also, the aspirant needs to calculate his expected marks by referring to one of the answer keys (provided by several coaching institutes/educational platforms). Once done, he needs to enter his name, mobile no, email, state and the expected JEE Main score and he will get his rank.
Knowing an estimate of what rank one would be getting in JEE (Main) keeps an aspirant’s confidence high and let him prepare for JEE (Advanced) without wasting precious time. He can also start shortlisting the college in accordance with his expected rank. Do let us know in the comments below how was your experience in having your rank predicted and how close it was to your actual rank.
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