**The JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main** is one of the most prestigious entrance examinations for students aspiring to get admission into some of the top engineering colleges in India. Conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), JEE Main is a gateway to admission into the undergraduate engineering programs offered by the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and other centrally funded technical institutions.

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**Aspirants of JEE Main 2023 are always curious to know about the expected percentile for a particular score. In this article, we will discuss the expected percentile for 200 marks in JEE Main 2023.**

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Before we dive into the expected percentile, it is important to understand the scoring pattern of JEE Main. The examination is conducted in two sessions – January and April – and candidates can appear in either one or both of them. The total marks for the examination are 300, and the paper consists of three sections – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics – each carrying 100 marks.

The examination is conducted in multiple shifts, and the difficulty level of the paper may vary from shift to shift. Hence, the NTA uses a normalization process to ensure that the scores of candidates across different shifts are comparable. This means that the raw scores of candidates are converted into percentile scores, which are used to rank the candidates.

### How is the JEE percentile calculated ?

The JEE Main percentile is calculated using the normalization process. The normalization process is used to adjust the difficulty level of different sets of question papers across different sessions of JEE Main, to arrive at a fair and accurate percentile score.

**The process of normalization involves equating the percentile ranks of the candidates across different sessions of the exam.** This is done using a formula that takes into account the raw scores obtained by the candidates and the mean and standard deviation of the raw scores across different sessions of the exam.

**The percentile score of a candidate is calculated by first calculating the total number of candidates who appeared for the exam in the same session as the candidate, including the candidate himself/herself. Then, the number of candidates who scored less than the candidate is determined. The percentile score is then calculated as the ratio of the number of candidates who scored less than the candidate to the total number of candidates who appeared for the exam in the same session as the candidate, multiplied by 100.**

For example, if a candidate has a percentile score of 90, it means that the candidate has scored better than 90% of the total number of candidates who appeared for the exam in the same session as the candidate.

**Percentile score = (Number of candidates who scored less than the candidate / Total number of candidates who appeared for the exam in the same session as the candidate) x 100**

To determine the number of candidates who scored less than the candidate, the following formula can be used:

Number of candidates who scored less than the candidate = (Number of candidates who appeared for the exam in the same session as the candidate) x (Percentile rank / 100)

Where the percentile rank is calculated using the normalized marks of the candidate, which is obtained using the following formula:

Normalized marks = (100 / Maximum marks) x Actual marks

Here, the maximum marks refer to the maximum marks that can be obtained in the particular session of the JEE Main exam. The actual marks refer to the marks obtained by the candidate in the particular session.

The normalized marks are used to arrive at a fair and accurate percentile score across different sets of question papers and different sessions of the exam.

### What is the expected percentile for 200 marks in JEE Mains 2023 ?

Now, coming to the expected percentile for 200 marks in JEE Main 2023, it is important to note that the percentile can vary depending on the difficulty level of the paper and the performance of the other candidates. However, we can make an estimate based on the previous year’s data.

**In JEE Main 2022, the highest percentile score was 100, and the lowest was around 50. For a score of 200 marks, the expected percentile can be between 97 and 99. This means that if a candidate scores 200 marks out of 300, they can expect to be in the top 1-3% of the candidates who appeared for the examination.**

However, it is important to note that the actual percentile may vary from this estimate, and it is not possible to predict the exact percentile score without taking into account the difficulty level of the paper and the performance of other candidates.

To conclude, scoring 200 marks in JEE Main 2023 is a great achievement, and it can put a candidate in a good position for admission into some of the top engineering colleges in India. While the expected percentile for 200 marks can be between 97 and 99, it is important to remember that the actual percentile may vary depending on various factors. Candidates should focus on preparing well for the examination and aim to score as high as possible to increase their chances of getting admission into their desired college.