Updated: February 21, 2023, 04:56 PM IST JEE Main 2023: The National Testing Agency (NTA) declared the result for JEE Main 2023 Session 1, in which 20 applicants scored a 100 percentile mark and became the toppers of the exam. JEE Main is one of the toughest entrance exams that enable students to gain admission to the top Engineering colleges in India. This article deals with information about toppers, guidance, and preparation tips. Also Read: Top Engineering Colleges in India 2023 Abhineet Majety, who topped the exam with 100 percentile marks, is a student at the FIITJEE World School in Hyderabad. He gives credit to the teaching staff and their innovative approach to problem-solving for his outstanding performance. He has cleared examinations such as the NTSE, KVPY, and Olympiad. Krish Gupta was one of the 20 participants in the first session of the JEE Main 2023 who achieved a 100% score. Gupta is a native of Sikar, Rajasthan, and comes from an engineering family. Krish wants to study computer science engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, to become a software engineer. He also scored well on the NTSE, was a KVPY scholar, and participated in several math Olympiads. Topper’s List of JEE Main 2023 Session 1 Here is the list of the top 20 students who scored 100 percentile marks in JEE Main 2023 Session 1. RankStudent NameApplication NumberScore (Percentile)1ABHINEET MAJETY2303105141131002AMOGH JALAN2303105327321003APURVA SAMOTA2303103766451004ASHIK STENNY2303100478261005BIKKINA ABHINAV CHOWDARY2303101469521006DESHANK PRATAP SINGH2303101678031007DHRUV SANJAY JAIN2303105148451008DNYANESH HEMENDRA SHINDE2303101480011009DUGGINENI VENKATA YUGESH23031043466610010GULSHAN KUMAR23031024242010011GUTHIKONDA ABHIRAM23031018067410012KAUSHAL VIJAYVERGIYA23031023325310013KRISH GUPTA23031030923710014MAYANK SONI23031021090910015N.K.VISHWAJITH23031036654610016NIPUN GOEL23031003458910017RISHI KALRA23031014143610018SOHAM DAS23031033286410019SUTHAR HARSHUL SANJAYBHAI23031066616210020VAVILALA CHIDVILAS REDDY230310481885100 Krish Preparation Strategy He attended the Allen Coaching Institute in Sikar, and his classes met from 2 until 8:45 each day. He never kept track of the hours he spent preparing or adhered to a strict schedule. He put as much time and effort as he could into his studies. He would occasionally stay up late to study, but if he felt too exhausted on other days, he would go to sleep. They received instruction for both the JEE Main and Advanced exams concurrently throughout the coaching, and their course was finished by December 15. Course Revision When the NTA released the exam dates, he made a revised schedule for him. His strategy was to review everything taught in classes 11 and 12, then the JEE syllabus, then the PYQ papers from the previous year, and finally, NCERT. In the end, he revised NCERT. He only completed two questions from last year's exams. Books Preferred He did not rely on other books, particularly for mathematics, and mostly referred to his coaching study materials. He also used HC Verma for his physics studies. In addition to the coaching materials, he continued to use NCERT for Chemistry. 12th Preparation Tips Due to his preparation in mathematics, physics, and chemistry, he is not overly concerned about his exams. He only needs to concentrate on English; physical education is relatively easy. He will think about something else once the board exams are over. His advice for Students Students should look at previous year's papers before starting their revision to get a sense of the questions that will be asked and plan their time accordingly. Students should read NCERT without a doubt, particularly for inorganic chemistry.