JEE Advanced 2021: Marks and Rank Analysis

Aug 06, 2021

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The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is one of the toughest and most popular exams in India. JEE Main opens the door to pursue B.Tech, B.Planning and B.Arch, from top engineering colleges like IITs and NITs while, the JEE Advanced gives a golden opportunity to the meritorious candidates to take admission into the bachelors, integrated masters and dual degree courses offered by the prestigious IITs.

Our experts have collected the information based on the previous year’s data and collected the points for the expected minimum marks needed in the JEE Advanced Rank List. Additionally, you will get an insight into the rank and marks that you need to score in the entrance exam and the cut-offs that IITs need for admission. Based on the previous year’s trends, we will share a detailed analysis of JEE Advanced 2021 Ranks and Marks analysis in this blog, so that you can figure out the possibilities of clearing this exam! 

The JEE Advanced 2021 will be conducted on 27th September 2021, and the results will be declared on 01st October 2021 (tentative). As you have now understood the details of the JEE Advanced Marks and Rank, keep in mind the important dates for the JEE Exam 2021, which are given below:

JEE Mains (Computer-based exam) July- August 2021
Declaration of results (JEE Mains)September 2021
JEE Advanced ExamPostponed (Dates To Be Announced)
Declaration of results (JEE Advanced)To Be Announced

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Previous Trends

The way a candidate performs in the JEE Advanced makes a base of their admission to bachelor’s degree, dual degree, or integrated masters courses in the IITs. It gives the candidates an idea of the rank they can achieve in the results of the JEE Advanced. The rankings that are released along with the marks include subject wise aggregate, overall marks secured, and the total correct answers of the student. Marks and Rank analysis trends of 2017 and 2018 of JEE Advanced are given below:

JEE Advanced Marks and Rank Trend in 2017

JEE Advanced RankPercentageMarks Obtained (out of 360)

JEE Advanced Marks and Rank Trend in 2018

JEE Advanced RankPercentileMarks Obtained (out of 360)

JEE Advanced Marks and Ranks 2019

JEE Advanced RankJEE Advanced Marks
1346 marks
2340 marks
3335 marks
4333 marks
5328 marks
10310 marks
45284 marks
87273 marks
237252 marks
500227 marks
648220 marks
746216 marks
780214 marks
852211 marks
868210 marks
981207 marks
1000206 marks

JEE Advanced Marks and Ranks 2020

CategoryMinimum Percentage of Marks in Each SubjectMinimum Percentage of Aggregate Marks
Common rank list (CRL)1035
GEN-EWS rank list931.5
OBC-NCL rank list931.5
SC rank list / ST / Common-PwD rank list (CRL) / SC-PwD rank list / OBC-NCL-PwD rank list517.5
Preparatory course rank lists2.58.75

Predict your JEE Advanced Rank

If you are in doubt about JEE Advanced Marks vs Rank, we have created a rank predictor based on the past year’s data: 

Range of Marks ObtainedApproximate Rankings 
400+1 to 10
380 to 40011 to 49
350 to 38050 to 100
337 to 350101 to 200
322 to 337200 to 300
300 to 322300 to 500
275 to 300501 to 1000
250 to 2751001 to 2000
209 to 2502001 to 5000
175 to 2095001 to 10000

Tie-Breaking Criteria in JEE Advanced

If the total marks obtained by two or more candidates are equal in JEE Advanced, then the following tie-break policy will be applied for allocating the ranks.

Step 1- Students having higher positive marks will be given a higher rank.

If the tie-breaking criteria at Step-1 fail to break the tie, then the following criteria will be followed.

Step 2- The student who has gained higher marks in Mathematics will be awarded a higher rank.

If this criteria also does not break the tie, then, a higher rank will be assigned to the student who has obtained higher marks in Physics.

If there is a tie even after this also, students will be given the same rank.

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Colleges Other Than IITs Accepting JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced scores are not confined to IITs only, many other universities accept scores to offer admission in various engineering courses to the candidates. If you are looking for colleges other than the IITs, here is a list of the universities and colleges that you might consider for applying.

  • BIT Mesra
  • BITS Pilani
  • National Institute of Technology (NIT)
  • Indian Institute of Science
  • Jadavpur University
  • Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology
  • Delhi Technological University
  • Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology
  • IIIT Delhi
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