JEE Main 2021

JEE Main

The JEE Main 2021 is conducted in 4 sessions. The first 3 sessions were conducted in the month of February, March and July. The 4th session will be held in the last week of August and the first week of September. The examination conducted in multiple sessions aims at giving the candidates an opportunity to improve their scores in consecutive examinations if they fail to score well in the first attempt without wasting one entire year. Students can rectify all the mistakes they made in the first attempt when they appear for the examination for the second time. If a candidate misses an examination due to reasons beyond control, he can appear for the next session without waiting for one whole year.

The candidate’s best score for the year 2021 will be considered while preparing the merit list by the National Testing Academy.

JEE Main Result

The result of JEE Main will be released online, the candidates will not be receiving any offline score sheet. The online result can be viewed and downloaded from the official website of NTA. The candidates can look for the JEE Main Result link and click on it,  then enter all the details like date of birth, application number, examination session information. The JEE Main merit list is released after the results for all 4 sessions are out. The scores of all 4 sessions are merged together in order to prepare the merit list. If a candidate has appeared for multiple sessions, the best score will be considered while preparing the merit list.

If there is a tie between the candidates, the ranks will be determined based on the following criteria. First preference or the higher ranking will be given to a candidate with the highest marks in mathematics, second preference is for candidates who have better marks in physics, third is for candidates with better marks in chemistry. If the tie still persists, then the date of birth of the candidate is considered. The older candidate gets a higher rank.

JEE Advanced

The JEE Advanced 2021 will be conducted in the month of October. The application form for the same will be available online on the official website. The candidates must register with all their details and later fill the application form. Those candidates who score well in JEE Main 2021 and are ranked in the top 250000 will be eligible to apply for JEE Advanced 2021.

JEE Advanced Result

It usually takes 2,3 weeks after the examination for the JEE Advanced results to be declared. Just like JEE Main results, JEE Advanced results are also published online. The candidates will not be receiving any offline copy of the scorecard. The candidates can visit the official website and enter their credentials and download their results. Any error in the result can be reported immediately to the concerned authorities. The correction window will be opened for these candidates. The minimum marks requirement varies for different categories of candidates.