JEE Main 2021: Paper pattern, fees, syllabus; NTA answers JEE doubts for 2021

National Testing Agency recently changed its pattern for Joint-Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021, with multiple sessions and the number of attempts allowed to a candidate.
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National Testing Agency recently changed its pattern for Joint-Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021, with multiple sessions and the number of attempts allowed to a candidate.

Answering the question, National Testing Agency (NTA) has answered some of the most frequently asked questions for the upcoming candies who have applied for Joint-Entrance Examination (JEE) 2021.

Question 1: what would be the benefit of multiple session in JEE main 2021?

As the kids now have 4 attempts all over the year to sit for Joint-Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021, it would Gove students multiple opportunities to improve their scores and give another shot at JEE if they fail to give I’m the earlier one.

Also, the candidates would get a first-hand experience of taking the exam and know what the pattern is like, how to give paper and how to improve their score as well. Multiple session would ensure that the chances of dropping a year and taking a gap are reduced and the year is saved.

Question 2: Candidate can apply for one session or more is allowed as well?

It is up to the candidates to whether apply for one session or more session- spread across February, March, April and May 2021.

Question 3: The candidate has to fill one form at a time or can fill all together?

There is only one form needed for all the sessions. If a candidate chooses the February 2021 Joint-Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 intake, he fills one application form, but later as well, whichever application session the candidate the fill, the very same form would be shown. So, application form for February, March, April and may 2021 intake is the same.

Question 4: If a candidate has not applied for February intake due to boards, can he/she apply later on?

Yes, even if the candidate has not filled his or her application for February intake, they are still entitled to apply for the remaining sessions. The application forms would be open for March soon.

Question 5: Can a candidate apply for the next session after the result for the earlier session is declared?

Yes, the opportunity is available to all, the candidates after Feb result can apply for the march, and similarly for April and May too.

Question 6. Can theses for all four sessions be paid together or later?

Yes if the candidate wants to fill in his application form and not delay it, the fees can be paid in full at the very beginning of the session.

Question 7: Has the syllabus of Joint-Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 changed?

No, the syllabus is the same as before, hover the questions have changed as to there will be total 90 questions, candidates have to only attempt 75 questions and there will be no negative marketing for 15 options questions.

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