JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020 | JEE Main Percentile vs Rank,Category Wise

A smart and innovative initiative to predict your rank before the announcement of the results. To check JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020 use the answer key of the JEE Main exam and calculate the expected marks.

By Rahul SinghPublished : Sep 23, 2020 , 20:23 IST
JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020 | JEE Main Percentile vs Rank,Category Wise

JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020: A smart and innovative initiative to predict your rank before the announcement of the results. To check JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020 use the answer key of the JEE Main exam and calculate the expected marks. Keeping in mind these estimated marks, the candidate can predict his/her rank using JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020. A thorough analysis of the paper is done to understand the level of the paper-based on which JEE Main Rank Predictor predicts your rank. Taking into account that if the JEE Main Exam was tough then the cut off may go lower and if the exam was easy the cut off may go higher. 

Also based on the number of candidates that have appeared in the exam, JEE Main Rank Predictor helps in getting the All India Rank among all the candidates.  The rank predictor JEE Main will not only tell you where you stand among all the candidates but it also helps to predict the college that might be allotted to you. Hence, JEE Main College Predictor based on rank also help you give an idea about the probable colleges you may get into. The rank predictor JEE Main also helps you to open your preferences to colleges which might have been out of your choices earlier.

JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020

How to Use JEE Main Rank Predictor Tool?

To use JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020, the following steps needs  to be followed by the candidate:

Step 1: Candidates need to estimate their JEE Main score using JEE Main answer key

Step 2: Candidates are required to enter this estimated score. It is to be noted that the score should be near about the actual score you may get to have a reliable result. 

Step 3: Candidates are required to enter personal details like category, gender.

Step 4: Candidates will fill their preferred locations and branches for the course.

Step 5: As soon as the above details are filled correctly, click on the ‘Predict’ button using JEE Main Rank Predictor 2020

Step 6: Based on the above data you will be shown your All India Rank on the screen

Step 7: In some cases, it might also ask for your JEE MAIN Percentile. In that case, enter your estimated percentile, and JEE Main Rank Predictor from Percentile will predict your JEE Main rank.

JEE Main: Rank vs Percentile

JEE Main 2020 Rank Predictor will also provide information about the range of ranks falling under different domains of percentile. The opening rank tells about the highest cut off rank that is applicable to take admission in the college. Closing rank means the lowest rank that will be given admission under that cutoff. Candidates below the closing rank will not be given admission to colleges that are taking JEE Main scores. The following table will opening and closing ranks to corresponding percentiles.

Opening Percentile

Closing Percentile

Opening Rank

Closing Rank

100

99.996

1

60

99.995

99.976

61

350

99.976

99.962

351

560

99.962

99.947

561

785

99.947

99.918

790

1229

99.918

99.886

1230

1699

99.886

99.846

1700

2299

99.846

99.786

2300

3199

99.786

99.735

3205

3973

99.726

99.633

4100

5499

99.633

99.540

5500

6899

99.540

99.400

6900

8999

99.4

99.266

9000

10999

99.266

99.080

11000

13799

99.08

98.853

13800

17199

98.853

98.600

17200

20999

JEE Main: Marks vs Rank

With the knowledge of estimated marks, candidates can also estimate their rank. The following table will give an idea of the ranks corresponding to different marks:

JEE Main Expected Rank

JEE Main Expected Marks

0 - 500

>326

250 - 1,000

301-325

1,000 - 2,200

276-300

2,500 - 3,700

251-275

3,500 - 6,500

226-250

7,000 - 15,000

201-225

10,000 - 22,000

176-200

18,000-32,000

151-175

27,000 - 46,000

126-150

41,000 - 80,000

101-125

1 lakh to 5 lakh

76-100

5.5 lakh to 9.5 lakh

51-75

P lakh to 11 lakh

26-50

11 lakh+

0-25

Top NIT’S Accepting JEE Main Score

The following top National Institute of Technology will be accepting the JEE Main scores.

Name of the College

Location

NIT Trichy

Tamil Nadu

NIT Rourkela

Odisha

NIT Karnataka

Karnataka

NIT Warangal

Telangana

NIT Calicut

Kerala

V-NIT

Maharashtra 

NIT Kurukshetra

Haryana 

MN-NIT 

Uttar Pradesh 

NIT Durgapur

West Bengal

NIT Silchar

Assam

Top Private Colleges Accepting JEE Main Scores

The following top private colleges will accept JEE Main scores for the admission process:

Name of the College

Location

Amity School of Engineering and Technology

Noida 

Punjab Technical University

Jalandhar

Techno Global University

Bhopal

Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology

Solan

Punjab Engineering College

Chandigarh

Galgotias University

Noida

Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Shakuntala Engineering College

Chennai

Institute of Engineering and Technology

Chandigarh

Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology

Patiala

Top Government Colleges Accepting JEE Main Scores

The following government colleges will be accepting JEE Main Scores for admission:

Name of the College

Location

Delhi Technical University

Delhi

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology

West Bengal

Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology

Kerala

Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management

Gwalior

Institute of Chemical Technology

Mumbai

Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology

Delhi

Indian Institute of Information Technology 

Allahabad

Jamia Millia Islamia

Delhi

Guru Nanak Dev University

Amritsar

Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing 

Kancheepuram

Reservation of Seats in Different Institutions

The distribution of seats will be different for different colleges and institutions. Category wise distribution will be done and admissions will be taken as per these ratios of seats. 

Difference between Home State Quota and Other State Quota

  • Home State Quota: Candidates who have done their 12th from the same state as that of the institute they seek admission belongs to this quota
  • Other State Quota: Candidates who have not done their 12th from the same state as that of the institute they seek admission belongs to this quota

Reservation of Seats Based on State Quota and Home Quota

Based on state and home quota, we bring you reservation of seats in some of the colleges below:

Institute name

Quota

Eligibility

All NITs except NIT Warangal, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra and Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

Home quota

Candidates who live in the same state as that of the institute

State quota

Candidates who live in different state from that of the location of the institute

NIT Warangal

Home quota

Candidates residing in Telangana

State quota

Candidates not living in Telangana

Andhra Pradesh quota

Candidates living in Andhra Pradesh

NIT Goa

Home quota

40% of seats for candidates residing in Goa and 10% of vacant seats, if any, for candidates from Union Territories like Daman and Diu, Dadar-Nagar Haveli, Lakshadweep

State Quota

Candidates from the rest of the states

Assam University, Silchar

State  Quota

Candidates residing in Assam

All India Quota

Candidates not residing in Assam

Reservation of Seats for EWS 

Students who do not come under the categories of scheduled caste, scheduled tribe, and other backward classes, and do not have an annual income of above 8 lakh. They are supposed to show the Income and Assets certificate to avail this reservation. Colleges taking JEE Main score have a reserved quota for EWS candidates. The EWS candidates hold 10% of seats in any institution. 

JEE Main College Predictor - Why & How to Use it?

Candidates can use their estimated ranks to predict the colleges that will be available to them. If the rank is not estimated, the candidate can use the expected score also. JEE Main College Predictor will help you find the rage of colleges that will fall under your rank. To use JEE Main College Predictor you need to follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Enter JEE Main expected rank. Note that the rank should be as per the expected score from reliable results.

Step 2: If the expected rank is uncertain, candidates can use the expected percentile. JEE Main rank predictor 2020 will analyze the same for the result.

Step 3: Personal details like gender, the category will be required to be filled by the candidates.

Step 4: Some may ask for the Domicile state so the candidates have to fill in their domicile. 

Step 5: As the above information is filled click on the ‘Predict’ button.

Step 6: The desired range of colleges will appear as per your estimated rank.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many times can we attempt the JEE Main Exam?

    There is no response limit.

  • What are the marks to qualify JEE Main Exam?

    Approximately 74 - 103/360

  • What is the way to get admission in IITs?

    All the IITs take admission based on qualifying criteria of the JEE Advanced Exam. Candidates that qualify JEE Main are allowed to sit for JEE Advanced.

  • How true are JEE Main rank predictors?

    JEE Main 2020 rank predictor is an effective tool to analyze your performance and give you a precise idea about the colleges that you can aim for.

  • How is admission given to candidates with the same rank aspiring to take admission in the same course?

    In such cases, no special preference is given. All the candidates will be given admission.

  • Who undertakes JEE Main 2020 counseling?

    Joint Seat Allocation Authority will be conducting the JEE Main 2020 counseling.

  • How can I predict my rank using the JEE Main 2020 Rank predictor if I don't have an estimated rank?

    You can either use your estimated score using JEE Main 2020 answer key instead of the rank.

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