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JEE Main Phase 1: Cut Off, Result, Toppers, Exam Pattern, Question Papers

A total of 14 candidates in JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 received a perfect NTA score (with 100 percentile). 7,69,589 people registered for JEE Main 2022 Phase 1. 2,21,719 of these candidates were female, 5,47,867 were male, and 3 were third-gendered. A list of the best NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs that might accept test scores for engineering/architecture admissions can be obtained by candidates using the JEE Main 2022 College Predictor. According to trends from previous years, applicants with a JEE Main rank under 5000 can enroll in one of India’s top five NITs.

After each round of JoSAA Counseling, the JEE Main Cut Off for admission to NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs is made public in the form of opening and closing ranks. Candidates who receive marks greater than 200, or a rank less than 5000, may be admitted to one of the top five NITs.

What is JEE Main Phase 1 for 2022? For B.Tech, B.Arch, and B.Planning admissions at prestigious NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs, JEE Main 2022 is held. The first session of the exam, JEE Main 2022 Phase 1, was scheduled from June 23 to June 29. The question paper must be solved within three hours. There are 90 questions in the JEE B.E./B.Tech question papers and candidates are required to correctly answer 75 of them to receive 300 points. There are a total of 82 and 105 questions in the JEE Main B.Arch and B.Planning question papers, respectively. In each paper, candidates must respond to between 77 and 100 questions.


JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Result

On July 11, 2022, the JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 results were made public. The results are available to candidates on the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in.

  • Visit the NTA’s official website.
  • Select the available result link on the website.
  • To log in, enter your application number and password.
  • The outcome will appear on the screen when you click the login button.
  • Download and print the document.

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Toppers

The Phase 1 Topper List for JEE Main 2022 has been made public. One female candidate and 13 male candidates out of the total 14 candidates with perfect NTA scores. Candidates can view the table below for the JEE Main 2022 Topper List.

Application Number State Candidate Names
220310183262  TELANGANA JASTI YASHWANTH V V S
220310136025 HARYANA SARTHAK MAHESHWARI 
220310283661 TELANGANA ANIKET CHATTOPADHYAY
220310178049  TELANGANA DHEERAJ KURUKUNDA
220310404438  ANDHRA PRADESH KOYYANA SUHAS 
220310375520  JHARKHAND KUSHAGRA SRIVASTAVA
220310169764  PUNJAB MRINAL GARG
220310148283  ASSAM SNEHA PAREEK
220310119531  RAJASTHAN NAVYA
220310171727  ANDHRA PRADESH PENIKALAPATI RAVI KISHORE
220310172697  ANDHRA PRADESH POLISETTY KARTHIKEYA
220310299448 KARNATAKA BOYA HAREN SATHVIK
220310664374  UTTAR PRADESH SAUMITRA GARG 
220310176916  TELANGANA RUPESH BIYANI

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 State-wise Toppers

Application No. STATE NTA Score Candidates Name
220310156424 ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLAND 99.3320849 MAYANK GULLIA
220310172697 ANDHRA PRADESH 100 POLISETTY KARTHIKEYA
220310171727 ANDHRA PRADESH 100 PENIKALAPATI RAVI KISHORE
220310404438 ANDHRA PRADESH 100 KOYYANA SUHAS
220310062105 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 98.3940093 DEBARGHA NATH
220310148283 ASSAM 100 SNEHA PAREEK
220310343290 BIHAR 99.9984259 ADITYA AJEY
220310019361 CHANDIGARH 99.9984363 SAARTH SINGLA
220310256523 CHHATTISGARH 99.9921973 ABHINAV RAJESH SHRIPAD
220310176857 DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI 99.1850394 DISHANT KUMAR
220310028582 DAMAN AND DIU 99.9121321 VISHNU LAL MAURYA
220310023286 DELHI (NCT) 99.9984506 ASHMIT NANGIA
220310340696 DELHI (NCT) 99.9984506 HEMANSHU GARG
220310167983 GOA 99.9469413 ANVESH SANDEEP BANDEKAR
220310093475 GUJARAT 99.9984528 MAHIT GADHIWALA
220310136025 HARYANA 100 SARTHAK MAHESHWARI
220310461631 HIMACHAL PRADESH 99.8441657 CHETAN KUKREJA
220310078195 JAMMU AND KASHMIR 99.9207545 DIVYANSH VERMA
220310375520 JHARKHAND 100 KUSHAGRA SRIVASTAVA
220310299448 KARNATAKA 100 BOYA HAREN SATHVIK
220310195398 KERALA 99.9937942 THOMAS BIJU CHEERAMVELIL
220310232657 LADAKH 98.163031 IRFAN HUSSAIN
220310320758 LAKSHADWEEP 80.7387986 MOHAMMED SUHAIL M K
220310570403 MADHYA PRADESH 99.9952928 SAMYAK JAIN
220310142898 MAHARASHTRA 99.9984486 ADWAI KRISHNA
220310663980 MANIPUR 96.9073943 USHAM ADHITYA LUWANG
220310128154 MEGHALAYA 96.5970792 SIDDHANT PURKAYASTHA
220310646123 MIZORAM 98.2081215 SIMON LALREMSIAMA SHANGPLIANG
220310647065 NAGALAND 97.7086009 KHADKA BAHADUR BANIYA
220310016007 ODISHA 99.9891545 DEEVYANSHU MALU
220310446946 PUDUCHERRY 98.934044 S. P. SIDDHARTH
220310169764 PUNJAB 100 MRINAL GARG
220310119531 RAJASTHAN 100 NAVYA
220310418692 SIKKIM 94.9016854 CHANDAN KUMAR MAHATO
220310034980 TAMIL NADU 99.9984259 DEEKSHA DHIWAKAR
220310178049 TELANGANA 100 DHEERAJ KURUKUNDA
220310283661 TELANGANA 100 ANIKET CHATTOPADHYAY
220310183262 TELANGANA 100 JASTI YASHWANTH V V S
220310176916 TELANGANA 100 RUPESH BIYANI
220310231901 TRIPURA 99.924444 RISHIK SAHA
220310664374 UTTAR PRADESH 100 SAUMITRA GARG
220310007948 UTTARAKHAND 99.9162219 GAUTAM ARORA
220310009183 WEST BENGAL 99.9937578 ASHUTOSH AGARWAL

JEE Main Cut off

The JEE Main Cut-Off is published as a qualifying percentile and a round-by-round admission cut-off. The cut-off percentile refers to the JEE Main Qualifying Cut-Off, which is the minimum score required to sit for the JEE Advanced exam in order to be admitted to an IIT for a B.Tech degree. The opening and closing ranks for each NIT, IIIT, and GFTI’s respective admission cut-off are made public by JoSAA. In the table below, candidates can view the JEE Main Cut-Off for the preceding year to determine the anticipated cut-off for 2022.

JEE Main Qualifying Percentile

Category JEE Main 2022 Qualifying Cut off (Expected)
Unreserved Category (UR) 90-95
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 40-45
Economically Weaker Section (EWS) 70-75
Scheduled Caste (SC) 50-55
Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL) 70-75
People with Disabilities (PwD) 0-2

JEE Main Admission Cut off

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JEE Main 2022 Phase 1: What’s New?

The NTA has implemented a large number of changes for the JEE Mains 2022 Phase 1 exam. The following is a list of some of the other changes that have been made in addition to the revisions that have been made to the marking scheme and the eligibility criteria:

Particular Details
75% of eligibility criteria removed The candidates only need their 12th passing certificate to appear for JEE Main 2022 phase 1 exam.
JEE Main Phase 1 scorecard in mobile NTA will send JEE Main 2022 phase 1 results to the registered mobile numbers of candidates.
Marking Scheme This year’s numerical Value question will also have negative markings like MCQs.
Increase in the number of languages JEE Main 2022 phase 1 will be held in 13 languages – Bengali, Hindi, English, Assamese, Gujarati, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Marathi.
Increasing in the exam center JEE Main 2022 will have exam centers in 501 Indian cities and 13 abroad. The candidates may choose 4 exam centers during the application form fill-up.

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Exam Pattern

In the Numerical Value section of the JEE Main phase 1 question paper, there will be five to ten additional questions. In the following text, you will find some important information regarding the JEE Main 2022 phase 1 exam pattern.

  • The first phase of JEE Main 2022 will be administered online, but the drawing test that is part of the B.Arch paper will be administered offline.
  • The B.E./B.Tech paper, the B.Arch paper, and the B.Planning paper will each have a total number of questions that is equal to 90, 82, and 105, respectively.
  • The question papers will include two different kinds of questions: multiple choice questions and numerical value questions.
  • During the first phase of the JEE Main examination, candidates will receive 4 points for each correct answer and lose 1 point for each incorrect answer.
  • The total number of marks for the B.Arch and B.Planning papers on the JEE Main phase 1 2022 exam will be 400, while the total number of marks for the B.E/B.Tech paper will be 300.

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Syllabus

The curriculum for the JEE Main 2022 exam has not been updated in any way. The NTA has not made any changes to the syllabus from the previous year. Have a look at the table below to get an outline of the JEE Main 2022 syllabus.

  • Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry for the B.E./B.Tech. Paper
  • Exam for the Bachelor of Architecture, including aptitude testing, mathematics, and drawing
  • B. Planning: Aptitude test, multiple choice questions based on planning objectives, and mathematics

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Preparation Tips

The candidates can improve their chances of getting a good score on the JEE Main 2022 exam by developing an effective preparation strategy. Important JEE Main 2022 Preparation Tips are Listed Below, and You Should Read Them!

  • Candidates planning to take the JEE Main 2022 exam need to have a strong understanding of subjects covered in the 11th and 12th grades, including mathematics, physics, and chemistry.
  • Start by working through the problems in the NCERT books and the question papers from the year before.
  • To determine the chapter-wise weightage for the JEE Main 2022 exam, you should examine the papers from previous years, as well as attempt the sample papers and mock tests.
  • It is important to answer all of the questions in practice tests as well as question papers from previous years. Check JEE Main Question Paper
  • Start with the simpler questions, and then move on to the more involved ones.

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Preparation Books

Candidates preparing for the first phase of the JEE Main 2022 exam can benefit from consulting the following books.

Author/Publisher Books
Arihant Publications Understanding Physics by D.C. Pandey: Set of books for Electricity & Magnetism Mechanics (Vol. 1 & 2) Optics & Modern Physics Waves & Thermodynamics
Algebra Arihant
Arthur Beiser, Shobhit Mahajan, S. Rai Choudhury Concepts of Modern Physics
Differential Calculus Arihant
R.P. Feynman Feynman Lectures on Physics
Trigonometry S L Loney, Titu Andreescu, and Zuming Feng
Advanced Level Physics: Examples and Exercises Nelkon, Michael, Parker, Philip
Problems in Calculus of One Variable I A Maron
NCERT NCERT Chemistry part 1 and 2 for Classes 11 and 12
Class 11 & 12 R D Sharma
O.P. Tandon Physical Chemistry
J.D. Lee Concise Inorganic Chemistry
Higher Algebra Hall Knight
Morrison Boyd Organic Chemistry
New Pattern Mathematics for JEE Main/Advanced Arihant
Halliday, Resnick, and Walker Fundamentals of Physics
Complete Mathematics for JEE Main Tata McGraw-Hill
SS Krotov Problems in Physics
Integral Calculus Arihant
I.E. Irodov Problems in General Physics
Coordinate Geometry S L Loney

JEE Main Question Papers

The JEE Main Question Papers are the most effective tool for gauging the level of preparation for the exam. Candidates can access the JEE Main Question Papers with Solutions from previous years by clicking on the links provided by Collegedunia below for the years 2021, 2020, 2019, and so on.

JEE Main 2021 Question Papers with Solution PDFs- Session 4 (May-August)

Paper/ Subject Shift/ Slot Exam Date Question Paper with Solution
B.E./ B.Tech 1 Aug 26, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 Aug 26, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 Aug 27, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 Aug 27, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 Aug 31, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 Aug 31, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 Sept 1, 2021 Check Here
B.Arch 1 Sept 2, 2021 Check Here
B.Arch 2 Sept 2, 2021 Check Here
B.Planning 2 Sept 2, 2021 Check Here
B.Arch & B.Planning 2 Sept 2, 2021 Check Here
B.Arch 2 Sept 9, 2021 Check Here
B.Arch & B.Planning 2 Sept 9, 2021 Check Here
B.Planning 2 Sept 9, 2021 Check Here

JEE Main 2021 Question Papers with Solution PDFs- Session 3 (April-July)

Paper/ Subject Shift/ Slot Exam Date Question Paper with Solution
B.E./ B.Tech 1 July 20, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 July 20, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 July 22, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 July 25, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 July 25, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 July 27, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 July 27, 2021 Available Soon
B.E./ B.Tech 1 Aug 3, 2021 Download PDF
B.E./ B.Tech 2 Aug 3, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 Aug 4, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 Aug 4, 2021 Check Here

JEE Main 2021 Question Papers with Solution PDFs- Session 2 (March)

Paper/ Subject Shift/ Slot Exam Date Question Paper with Solution
B.E./ B.Tech 1 March 16, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 March 16, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 March 17, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 March 17, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 March 18, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 March 18, 2021 Check Here

JEE Main 2021 Question Papers with Solution PDFs- Session 1 (February)

Paper/ Subject Shift/ Slot Exam Date Question Paper with Solution
B.Arch 2 February 23, 2021 Check Here
B.Planning 2 February 23, 2021 Check Here
B.Arch & B Planning 2 February 23, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 February 24, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 February 24, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 February 25, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 2 February 25, 2021 Check Here
B.E./ B.Tech 1 February 26, 2021 Download PDF
B.E./ B.Tech 2 February 26, 2021 Check Here

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Application Form

The application window for JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 remained open until the 25th of April, 2022. (9 PM). During the filling out of the JEE Application Form for Phase 1, candidates are required to provide information such as a valid contact number, email address, and other personal information; a scanned photograph bearing the candidate’s name and the date; and a scanned image of the candidate’s signature.


JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Admit Card

The admit card for the JEE Main phase 1 exam in 2022 has been made available as of the 21st of June, 2022. Candidates can access their hall tickets by downloading them using the application number and date of birth they provided during registration. On the admission ticket, both the name and address of the testing location will be printed. For candidates who wish to take the JEE Main 2022 phase 1 examination, they are required to bring both their JEE Admit card and a current, valid form of identification with them.


JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Paper Analysis

The paper analysis for JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 is available on this page for each session of the examination. In the paper analysis, we talk about the overall difficulty level of the test, the different types of questions that were asked, and the topics that carried the most weightage. Candidates for JEE Main Phase 2 who read this analysis will have a better idea of what to anticipate during session 2 of the examination.

Exam Dates Overall Difficulty Session Phase 1 Paper Analysis
June 23, 2022 Moderate Shift 1- B.Arch/B.Plan Check Here
  Moderate Shift 2- B.Arch/B.Plan
June 24, 2022 Moderate to Difficult Shift 1- B.E./B.Tech
  Moderate Shift 2- B.E./B.Tech
June 25, 2022 Moderate to Difficult Shift 1- B.E./B.Tech
  Moderate Shift 2- B.E./B.Tech
June 26, 2022 Moderate Shift 1- B.E./B.Tech
  Moderate Shift 2- B.E./B.Tech
June 27, 2022 Moderate Shift 1- B.E./B.Tech
  Moderate Shift 2- B.E./B.Tech
June 28, 2022 Moderate Shift 1- B.E./B.Tech
  Moderate Shift 2- B.E./B.Tech
June 29, 2022 Easy to Moderate Shift 1- B.E./B.Tech
  Moderate Shift 2- B.E./B.Tech

JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 Answer Key

On July 2, 2022, the answer key for JEE Main 2022 phase 1 was made available to the public. Candidates are able to check their JEE Main 2022 answer key on the official website by logging into their account. The provisional answer key that was just published is up for challenge until the 4th of July in 2022.

Phase 1 Exam Dates Phase 1 Answer Key Phase 1 Question Paper
June 23, 2022 Check Here Check Here
June 24, 2022
June 25, 2022
June 26, 2022
June 27, 2022
June 28, 2022
June 29, 2022


FAQs

How many times will JEE Main 2022 be held?

The number of JEE Main 2022 sessions has been cut, as previously announced by NTA. The examination will now only be given in two sessions, rather than the previously scheduled four. NTA had previously decided to raise the total number of sessions in 2021 to 4. Nevertheless, the examination is going to take place in June and July of the year 2022.

How many questions will be asked in B.E/B.Tech paper of JEE Main 2022 Phase 1?

The B.E./B.Tech Paper for the first phase of the JEE Main 2022 examination will consist of a total of 90 questions. Candidates, on the other hand, are only expected to provide answers to a total of 75 questions.

Can I appear in all the attempts for JEE Main 2022 exam?

Yes, it is permissible for the candidates to participate in either one or all of the JEE Main 2022 attempts. Registrations are now being accepted for Phase 2, which has already begun. Up until the 30th of June in 2022, fresh candidates or candidates who have successfully registered for Phase 1 can apply for the exam.

What is the application form release date of JEE Main 2022 phase 1?

The registration period for JEE Main 2022 Phase 1 began on March 1 and ended on April 55. NTA, on the other hand, has reopened the registration window for those applicants who were unable to submit their applications for the exam earlier. Candidates had until nine o’clock on April 25, 2022, to fill out the JEE Main 2022 Application Form for Phase 1, and they had until eleven fifty o’clock on April 25, 2022, to pay the application fee.