National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the JEE Mains 2023 session 2 exams from 6 April – 15 April. The answer key for the exam was released on 19th April which could’ve been challenged by aspirants till 21st April. NTA finally released the result of JEE Mains session 2 in the early morning of 29th April on their official website. However, the toppers list hasn’t been released yet but there are some updates on cutoffs. Keep reading to learn more about the results and cutoffs for JEE Advanced and more.

JEE Mains 2023 session 2 result is Out!

As the final result, NTA has released the final answer key for the second session of JEE Mains. Aspirants can now check their results on NTAs official website To check your result,

  1. Go to
  2. Click on JEE Main session 2 result  
  3. Enter your credentials to log in
  4. Your result will be displayed on your screen
  5. Download and print for future reference

You’ll have access to cutoffs and your percentile as well so make sure you go through them as well.

So Who Are The Toppers?

JEE Mains Session 2 exam was considered slightly difficult than previous year exams. NTA mentioned that they will be releasing the toppers list along with the result but that’s not the case. NTA has not released the toppers list as of now but we can expect one very soon. Some institutions have released the names of their toppers who have scored a perfect 300/300. You all should get ready to witness multiple JEE Mains toppers this year with perfect scores. We don’t have an exact number of official toppers so, all we can do is wait for the official list. 

What’s the JEE Advance cutoff for this year?

NTA has officially released the cutoffs to appear for the JEE Advance 2023 examination. The cutoffs have increased for all categories when compared to the previous year except for PWD. To make the selections simpler, NTA has released the cutoffs up to 7 decimal places. Here’s a table of this year’s cutoffs (category wise) in comparison with last year’s cutoffs.

Category 2022 Cutoffs 2023 Cutoffs
General 88.4121383 90.7788642
EWS 63.1114141 75.6229025
OBC 67.0090297 73.6114227
SC 43.0820954 51.9776027
ST 26.7771328 37.2348772
PWD 0.0031029 0.0013527


We can notice how cutoffs for General, EWS, and ST categories have significantly increased while the PWD category aspirants have a major cutoff relaxation. An important thing to note is that only the top 2,50,000 JEE Mains qualifiers will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advance exam.

Registration for the JEE Mains 2023 exam will start on 30th April 2023 on their official portal So if you’re eligible and interested to appear for the examination, make sure you register before the registration window closes. 

What After JEE Mains Results?

NTA will be dropping more information about the JEE Mains results like category wise results, statistics, and more. The qualified aspirants are left with 3 options right now:

  1. NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs: Aspirants who clear the cutoffs for NITs, IIITs, and Government Funded Technical Universities (GFTIs) can get admitted in B.Tech courses.
  2. IITs: The students who are aiming to get into an IIT and are eligible to appear for JEE Advance can register for the same. The registrations for the exam will be starting from 30th April so make sure you register ASAP.
  3. Take a Drop Year: It’s okay if you didn’t get the results that you expected, you can take a drop year and try again next year. You already have the experience, all you will need is consistent practice to achieve your goals in one more try.

VedPrep congratulates all the students who qualified for the JEE Mains examinations and we wish you all the best for your future. We’ll be bringing you all the latest news that will be rolling out from NTA’s pockets.

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