"14 students have obtained 100 percentile in JEE Mains 2022 Session 1. Now, it will be interesting to see toppers list of the session 2 exam."
JEE Mains Results 2022: Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main 2022 results for session 2 will likely be released tomorrow, August 6, 2022. National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the JEE Mains exam in two sessions this year.
In the JEE Mains session 1 result, 14 students had obtained the 100 percentile. The second session and final rank list will be declared by August 6, 2022.
JEE Mains 2022 rank list will have all the students who have secured 100 percentile combining both sessions will be considered. There are already 14 students with 100 percentile from session 1, and the number is expected to improve as more students get the perfect score in the second attempt.
The previous year, the JEE Mains was conducted in 4 sessions. In the February attempt, 6 students had secured the 100 percentile. In March 13 students, in July, 17 students, and in the fourth one, 44 students had secured the first rank.
Since the expectations are set high, it will be interesting to see how many students will score full marks in session 2.
JEE Mains 2022: Session 1 Toppers
Among all the 14 toppers, only one is a female candidate- Sneha Pareek from Assam with 100 percentile. Here is the list of toppers with 100 percentile marks from session 1:
|Jasti Yashwanth VV S from Telangana||Sarthak Maheshwari from Haryana|
|Aniket Chattopadhyay from Telangana||Dheeraj Kurukunda from Telanagna|
|Koyyana Suhas from Andhra Pradesh||Kushagra Srivastava from Jharkhand|
|Mrinal Garg from Punjab||Sneha Pareek from Assam|
|Navya from Rajasthan||Penikalapati Ravi Kishore from Andhra Pradesh|
|Plisetty Karthikeya from Andhra Pradesh||Boya Haren Sathvik from Karnataka|
|Saumitra Garg from Uttar Pradesh||Rupesh Biyani from Telangana|
JEE Mains Results 2022: How Ranks will be Calculated?
JEE Mains 2022 scores shared by NTA are normalized scores based on the relative performance of students who appeared for the exam in a particular session.
The marks obtained are then converted into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of examinees. It is not the same as the percentage of marks obtained.
In the final rank list, marks from both sessions will be considered, and the ranks will be released, considering the best of the two NTA scores according to the policy of the NTA.
NTA first considers scores in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. After that, the below-given order is followed:
- Candidates with fewer incorrect answers than correct ones in all of the exam’s subjects come next.
- Candidates with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Mathematics,
- Then comes less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Physics
- Lastly, less proportion of the number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Chemistry.
NOTE: If there is a tie, candidates who are older in age and application numbers in ascending order will be considered in the ranking.