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JEE Main Expected Cut Off 2024 Check Here

JEE Main Expected Cut Off 2024: The cut-off for JEE Main 2024 entrance examination will be released soon after the declaration of the JEE Main 2024 Session 2 Result. Applicants of JEE 2024 will be able to check the official list after downloading the list from the official web portal of JoSAA. The JEE Main cut-off is prepared after considering various factors such as the number of applicants, marks obtained in JEE Main, and categories.

All the candidates who want to know the expected cut-off of the JEE Main exam are requested to read this article completely. After reading this article, candidates will know about the expected cut-off marks.

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As a JEE Main 2024 aspirant, you should know that admission to NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs requires a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST) in class 12th. Applicants of board examination who score in the top 20 percentile in the board exams, however, are also eligible.

Applicants of JEE Main 2024 who want to get a seat in NITs and IIITs should check the cut-off released by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). JoSAA releases cut-off marks in opening and closing ranks, which represent the first and last ranks allowed to take admission. To get a seat in NIT, candidates have to score in the JEE Main Exam in the range of 180. However, to get into IITs, you need to score in the JEE Main Entrance Exam 250. According to the previous trends, being ranked in 5000 is considered good enough for admission applicants in B.Tech programs in top NITs.

JEE Main Expected Cut Off Marks 2024

Based on the JEE Main Factor Affecting Crieria and previous year trends the expected JEE Main 2024 cut-off to qualify for JEE Advanced 2024 will be in the range given below.

CategoriesExpected Cut-off 2024
General89.85 – 91025
OBC-NCL74.48 – 75.83
EWS72.15 – 73.70
SC45 – 51.25
PwD0.001 – 0.15

The final cut-off marks of JEE Main 2024 will be provided here after it is released on NTA. Till the final JEE Main 2024 Cut-off marks are released, applicants are advised to check the previous year’s percentile and expected cut-off to get an idea. Read the complete article in the end for a proper understanding of JEE Main Cut Off 2024.

Also Read: How to Crack JEE Advanced 2024 in First Attempt?

What Factors Influence JEE Mains Cut-Off Calculation?

Many factors influence the JEE Mains cut-off. Candidates should be aware of all these factors while preparing for the exam, as they can give you an idea of what the minimum required marks will be. The factors affecting JEE Main qualifying marks are listed below:

  • Total number of candidates in the examination.
  • total seats offered
  • Difficulty level of the exam.
  • marking scheme
  • Last year’s trends

How to Check JEE Mains Cut-off List?

All Applicants who will appear for JEE Mains 2024 Session 1 or Session 2 can check the JEE Main cut-off list after the exam is over. National Testing Agency (NTA) releases the JEE Main Exam cut-off list every year after the completion of the examination. Candidates are advised to follow the steps listed below to check the JEE Mains cut-off list.

Step I: Go to the official web portal of Joint Entrance Exam Main at

Step II: Under the Announcement Section/Notification section, Click on the active link JEE Mains 2024 cut-off list.

Step III: A new tab will appear on your screen, where the JEE Main Entrance Exam cut-off list and other exam-related information will be highlighted.

Step IV: Check all the information carefully, check JEE Main Category-wise cut-off marks, and download the cut-off list.

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My Name is Mukesh Kumar. I am a Teacher, Blogger, Educational Content Writer, and Founder of CBSE Digital Education.

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