JEE Main Results: Chinmay Moorjani, who is from Mumbai, achieved a 99.956 percentile in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2022’s first session. He now ranks among the top students, but he is dissatisfied with the result and plans to retake the engineering admission exam.
The 17-year-old claims he also intends to participate in the second session of the engineering admission exam, which will start on July 21, to see if he can perform better. He stated, “I will also be writing the JEE Mains second session exam because it will help me improve my score.”
In 2020, shortly after taking his class 10 board exam, he started his preparations. He has always had a passion for engineering and now hopes to succeed in JEE Advanced and enrol in one of the best IITs in the nation. Since I was a little child, engineering has always sparked my passion. My goal is to enter a prestigious IIT, he declared.
Soon after finishing the 10th grade board test, he began his JEE Main preparation. “As I studied for the exam, I took careful notes and made sure to finish the assigned reading on time. I attempted two to three mock tests each week and solved as many question papers from prior years as possible. Additionally, I went to the coaching center’s live classes for problem-solving, the man added. Chinmay chose to receive coaching from Unacademy online.
His mother stays at home while his father works as an architect. Additionally, he has a younger sister who is a class 8 student. Chinmay graduated from Ryan International School, a CBSE board-accredited institution, with a class 12 diploma. He is awaiting the results of his 12th grade after achieving a 98% in his 10th board exam.
Not just Chinmay intends to participate in JEE Main 2022 session 2.
Navya Hisaria from Rajasthan, who completed the first session with a perfect score or 100 percentile, intends to take the test again. The top candidate plans to participate in JEE Main 2022’s second session for the purpose of practise. It will enable him to hone his time management abilities, according to the topper. According to the guidelines, even if these students perform worse in the second term, the highest score from the two tries will be used to determine the final grade.