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[Latest] NTA Re-Opens JEE Main Application Window; Answer Key and Response Sheet Released For February 2021 Session

Last updated on March 2nd, 2021

NTA has re-opened the JEE Main 2021 Application Forms for the upcoming sessions i.e. March, April and May 2021. The dates for registration are 2nd to 6th March only. Previously, NTA had notified that the application window will reopen briefly after results of each JEE Main 2021 session. But it came as a sudden shock to many students, who were waiting for JEE Main Results and Answer Keys.NTA JEE updates

Along with the re-opening of the application window, NTA has also stated that the JEE Main Form Correction Window will not be opening after 6th March due to limited time frame. So, candidates are advised to properly fill the application form, without making any mistakes.

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Provisional Answer Keys and Response Sheets Released For Feb 2021

In addition to the above announcements, NTA released the provisional JEE Main Answer Keys for February 2021 session. Response sheets of candidates have also been released which they can check by logging in to the official website.

  • Candidates can challenge the answer key by paying INR 200 / question challenged. This amount is non-refundable even if the challenge is accepted.
  • The window to challenge/view the answer key is open from 1st to 3rd March 2021 only.
  • Based on the revisions, final JEE Main Answer Key will be released later on by NTA.

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Procedure To Check Answer Keys

Candidates can check their responses and correct answers thereof using the steps below-

  • Open the official website of JEE Main 2021.
  • Click on the button – “Display Question ….. February 2021 Session”
  • A new login window will open. Candidates can login using application number and password OR application number and DOB.
  • Enter the details and click on Submit/Login.
  • You can now check the responses and respective correct answers to questions.

NTA successfully conducted JEE Main 2021 February session from 23rd to 26th Feb. Students and expert analysis has been out for all the shifts. Aspiring candidates can check the JEE Main 2021 Paper Analysis.

NTA To Announce JEE Main 2020 Answer Keys and Response Sheets Today @ jeemain.nic.in

Last updated on September 8th, 2020

JEE Main Answer key

It is very important for candidates to make their next steps carefully as they progress towards results, counselling and admissions. To aid this, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will be releasing the JEE Main Answer Keys 2020 (Provisional) and Response Sheet of candidates on the official website i.e. jeemain.nic.in.

Many unofficial answer keys have already been released by several coaching institutes like Resonance, Career Point, Allen and others. However, due to unavailability of response sheets, students might not be able to verify their answers and calculate their probable score.

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The official answer keys will be released in a provisional manner first. Students will be asked to challenge the answer keys after which NTA will release the final answer keys for JEE Main 2020 April/September session.

How To Check or Download JEE Main Answer Keys?

Follow the steps below to check the answer keys for your question paper set and exam shift-

  1. Open the official website – www.jeemain.nta.nic.in
  2. Check for a link saying “JEE Main September 2020 Answer Key and Response Sheet” and click on it.
  3. Enter your Application Number and DOB and click Submit.
  4. Download your response sheet which will display your response against the correct response for a particular question.

Students can cross verify the correct responses against their responses and calculate their scores for JEE Main 2020. Depending on the scores, NTA will announce the JEE Main Result 2020 providing the NTA scores which are calculated similarly to percentile scores. Soon after results, qualified students will be able to take part in JoSAA Counselling 2020 for admission to NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.