The results of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main 2022 are expected to be revealed tomorrow. This year, the National Testing Agency (NTA) administered the exam in two sessions. While the first session’s results are already available, the second session and final rank list will be announced on August 6. All students who have received a perfect score in both sessions will be eligible for the rank list. There are now 14 pupils contending for the top spot, and the number is projected to grow as more students achieve flawless scores on their second try.
14 candidates received 100 percentile scores in the JEE Main session 1 results. The percentile score is a relative marking; nevertheless, in session 1, students with complete marks received the 100 percentile. Given how high the bar has already been set, it will be fascinating to watch how many students achieve full marks in session 2. The NTA held the JEE Main in four sessions last year. In the February attempt, 6 students received a perfect score, 13 students in March, 17 students in July, and 44 students in the fourth attempt received complete marks or first place.
Among the 14 toppers, only one is female — Sneha Pareek from Assam with 100 percentile. Here is the list of top rankers of the JEE Main 2022 session 1 who got 300 marks out of 300 are in the running for All India Rank (AIR) 1.
JEE MAIN 2022 SESSION 1 TOPPERS
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 MAIN RESULTS 2022: HOW WILL FINAL RANKS BE CALCULATED?
The NTA results are normalised scores based on the relative performance of students who took the exam at a specific session. For each session of examinees, the marks received are subsequently transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0. It differs from the proportion of marks obtained. Marks from both sessions will be evaluated in the final rank list, and the ranks will be announced using the best of the two NTA scores, in accordance with the agency’s policy.