JEE Main Score Card Details

The JEE Main result consists of a normalized JEE (Main) score of all three subjects( Physics, Chemistry, and Maths) as well as the total normalized score along with the rank of the candidate. It also mentions the score obtained by the candidate in both the attempts, first attempt is held in January and second in April.

Since JEE Main Paper-1 is conducted in multiple sessions the raw score will be normalized into NTA score which will be in Percentile. Basically, the marks obtained are transferred into a scale of 100 to 0 for each session of examinees.

The topper (highest scorer) of that particular session will get the same percentile of 100. The mark obtained between the highest and lowest scores will also be converted into percentiles. For a candidate who has appeared in both the attempt, only the best NTA score will be considered for further processing.


JEE Main Cut Off 2019

Cut off is the minimum score required by a candidate to clear JEE Main and qualify for the JEE Advanced. The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will release the individual NITs, IIIT’s, GFTIs cut off based on JEE Main score in June.

JEE Main Answer Keys 2019

NTA has released the Final JEE Main Answer keys along with JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 result. The question paper, result, answer keys can be accessed by logging in to the official JEE Main website “’. Candidates can challenge the answer keys by logging into the official website and filling the online application and paying a non-refundable fee of Rs 1000 per question. The fee can be paid by credit/debit card. 

JEE Main Counseling

JoSAA will conduct counseling and allotment for all eligible and qualified candidates. To participate in counseling the candidate must register online to Joint Seat Allocation Authority. The counseling and seat allotment process will commence most probably in the month of June. Allotment of seat and counseling will be based on candidates’ merit score, preference, and availability of seats. During the seat allotment process, JoSAA will first allot seats in two mock rounds; once mock rounds are completed seven main rounds of allotment will be conducted.

CatalyseR’s Achievers & Their Valuable Words

Dhruv Arora (AIR-3, JEE Main 2019) took coaching classes from CatalyseR and had enrolled himself in a two-year program. When asked about his preparation, he proudly said “I’m a CatalyseRian. The institute provided me with proper guidance. Everybody studies but the guided students do well”. He also talked about his preferred institute, he mentioned, “As of now, I have not decided whether I would take admission in IIT or not. I might go into the research field or join IISc”.

You can take our student out of CatalyseR but you can’t take a CatalyseRian out of our student. Here’s proof that CatalyseR is not just an institute that preaches to change the world, but it’s an institute that practices what it preaches. Anjali Rai, a CatalyseRian from std. IX to XII, Delhi Zone Topper (girls) in JEE, The IITian from IIT-Delhi, who is currently studying in IIM Ahmedabad says, “I had never thought about my career plans in the beginning and my parents also never insisted me for that. But then I joined CatalyseR and luckily got the right mentors at the right time – Vipin Sir & Upmanyu Sir”. Not just students but even their parents trust CatalyseR for their child’s bright future. Anjali’s father Prof. Birendra Rai said, “When I visited CatalyseR, I realized that this is the exact methodology I was searching for my daughter. A methodology of balance between discipline & freedom is maintained here. The faculties in our institute understand their students better than anyone. Being IITians, they keep setting an example before the students.

IIT-JEE examination time can be stressful for other IIT aspirants but not for CatalyseRians. This is proved by our student Tanmay Bansal, a CatalyseR student from class 9th to 12th, IIT-JEE’ 18 Indore Topper, currently studying in IIT-Kharagpur. He said in an interview that “We had meditation sessions at CatalyseR, I hardly felt stressed because we were taught to manage stress very well. So, it was not a big issue”. This is something not every IIT aspirant would be able to say. CatalyseR is more than an institute, it’s a place to find your true potential.

Amisha Kelkar, a 17-year-old Catalyserian, is a Kathak dancer, state-level swimmer, selected in IIT-JEE and BITS, 12th CBSE Nagpur city Topper, gives her full success credit to CatalyseR by saying, “When I joined CatalyseR, I understood that being good in studies is a different thing but being groomed by experts is entirely different. As I needed trainers for Kathak and Swimming, similarly, to put forth my best foot for a big examination, I needed CatalyseR”.