Filling out the JEE Main application form will be entirely online. Candidates will be able to apply for a single session or all four sessions at their leisure. Candidates will also be needed to supply scanned versions of their portraits, signatures, educational certificates, and papers pertaining to reservation advantages while filling out the application form.
Steps to Apply:
The registration fee for JEE main is as follows:
Q1. Has the NTA modified the JEE Main test pattern?
Ans. The NTA modified the main test pattern. Candidates must now attempt a total of 75 questions out of 90. B.Plan. and B.Arch. are now distinct articles.
Q2. Do I have to pay the JEE Main application costs for all sessions at once?
Ans. Candidates who are taking JEE Mains in all sessions can pay the application fees collectively or individually after each session. If a candidate wishes to withdraw from a session for which fees have been paid, he or she may seek a refund of the application cost for that session.
Q3. What objects are permitted within the JEE Main test centre?
Ans. Candidates may bring an admission card, a clear water bottle, a ballpoint pen, an additional photograph to be put on the attendance sheet, and personal hand sanitizer with them (50 ml) Transparent water bottle for personal use
Q4. Is a 70 percentile in JEE Mains adequate?
Ans. Depending on the category, candidates with a 70 percentile in JEE Mains can gain admission to several colleges. Candidates must, however, score well in order to gain admission to NITs and IIITs, as the JEE Main cut-off remains high at these institutions.
Q5. What are the JEE Mains qualifying marks?
Ans. The qualifying scores for the JEE Main test will be released alongside the final result. The qualifying cut-off for JEE Mains is the lowest number of marks that students must get in order to be eligible for JEE Advanced.
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