JEE Main Exam Pattern – Part 2: Distribution of Questions and Marks

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Title: JEE Main Exam Pattern – Part 2

Comparison of JEE Main Exam Pattern Old & New

Comparison of JEE Main Exam Pattern Old & New

Benefits of the New Exam Pattern

  • Students will get more opportunity to improve their scores in the examination after their first attempt. Their whole academic year will not go to waste.
  • When students take the exam for the first time they will gain a real experience of taking the JEE Main exam. They can then analyze their mistakes, correct them and write the exam for a second time.
  • Students need not worry about dropping a year. Furthermore, droppers would not have to waste a full year.
  • Students who fail to given the exam due to some unavoidable reasons they do not have to wait one full year to give the next exam. They can give the exam in the second session.
  • Besides, only the best NTA scores out of the two exams will be considered for preparing the merit list.

JEE Main Paper Analysis and Syllabus

  • Candidates can also check or go through the JEE Main question paper analysis of each year to get a better idea of the exam pattern, types of questions, difficulty level, important topics and more.
  • This will further help candidates to develop a proper strategy for preparing effectively and clearing the entrance exam.
  • Candidates can take JEE mock tests to understand the examination mode, question types and they can also analyze their preparation level.
  • Candidates should also get their hands on the JEE Main syllabus and go through it to get a deeper understanding of the exam pattern, marking scheme, course objectives and more.
  • All these study exercises will help aspirants to perform excellently in the final exam.

JEE Main Merit List 2021 Determination

JEE Main Merit List 2021 Determination
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Overall merit is determined by combining NTA scores of both the first and second shift including all the days.

Important Guidelines for JEE Main Exam Day

  • Candidates should reach the examination hall early. Normally, the gates are opened two hours in advance.
  • There will be strict checking and candidates should have proper time management. They should be on time for the exam.
  • Aspirants should remember to carry their id proofs and their JEE Main admit card.
  • These are important documents without which they will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.
  • No electronic devices including watches, calculators or phones as well books, notebooks will be allowed in the exam hall.