The JEE (Mains) offline exam went smoothly on April 7. The online exam will be held from April 9. Students said they found the exam less difficult than expected.

JEE (Mains) results will be out on May 7, 2013. Students who clear JEE (Mains) will be eligible to sit for JEE (Advanced) in June.

We list the expected cut-offs and all-India ranks for JEE (Mains). Please note that these are not final and only serve as an indicator for students as to what their results will be.

Students said that they found the exam easy to moderately difficult. There were some errors in the question paper that have left students worried.

The exam pattern was similar to that of AIEEE 2012 so that students would not be too stressed.

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The expected ranks are as follows:

Marks Range All India Rank
>350 1-50
350-320 51-300
320-290 301-1000
290-260 1001-2500
260-230 2501-5500
230-200 5501-8500
200-190 8501-11500
190-180 11501-15000
180-160 15001-28000
160-140 28001-38000
140-120 38001-75000
120-100 75001-100000
100-60 100001-150000
<60 >150000

Results for JEE (Mains) will be out on May 7.

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