JEE Mains is one of the most popular engineering entrance exams, conducted by NTA. Based on the scores of JEE Mains and Advanced, students get admission into bachelor level of Engineering programs in Indian universities like IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc. Many state and private universities also depend on JEE Mains scores for the admission process. Let us have a look at important dates, application process, paper pattern and syllabus for JEE Mains 2021!
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JEE Main 2021 Phase I (February) is expected to take place from 23 to 26 February 2021. JEE Main 2021, as told by the Minister of Education of the Union, will take place in four sessions in February, March, April and May. The JEE Main Application Form 2021 was published on 16 December 2020 and candidates can register on its official website until 16 January 2021.
What’s New in JEE Mains 2021?
- In February, March, April and May 2021, NTA agreed to take the JEE Main 2021 in 4 sessions.
- The syllabus has been reduced by several boards under COVID-19. Taking this into account, NTA also agreed to revise the pattern of the JEE Main 2021 Article.
- There will be options for JEE Key 2021 question papers. In each subject of Physics and Chemistry, there will be 30 questions. And Math, which is divided into two parts.
- Section A will have 20 questions, while there will be 10 questions in section B. Candidates are required to answer just half of the total 10 questions asked in Section B.
- The total questions that need to be answered (Physics 25, Chemistry 25 and Mathematics 25) will remain the same.
- JEE Main 2021 will be transmitted in various regional languages. Similar to the NEET entrance exam, in addition to English and Hindi, JEE Main 2021 will also be approved in various regional languages. Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu are among the other regional languages.
- In India, JEE Main 2021 will be carried out through 329 exam centres.
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JEE Main 2021 Registration
- The JEE Main Registration for the upcoming 2021 sessions started on December 16, 2020.
- Candidates are eligible to apply until 16 January 2021. The last date on which the JEE Main Registration Fee will be paid is January 17, 2021.
- Not only for February but for all four, students can fill in an online application form or register, i.e., Examinations for February, March, April and May 2021 at this stage.
- Fees for all sessions during the registration process will have to be charged by the students right now. However, the payments are refundable.
- If a student wishes to attend any particular session for which they have registered or is unable to attend, they may request a refund of the fees.
- The student will not be able to move his or her registration for another month.
- Within the time the application window is opened, the fee refund must also be submitted.
- For each test, students may apply to a different city. If a student thinks that during a session, they will be in another city this might choose a different examination city.
JEE Mains 2021 Preparation Tips
The need for a coaching centre to do the training is entirely subjective and depends on the caliber and preference of the student. Through their guidance, coaching centers can provide you with a course and can add regularity to the study pattern. It will also continuously review your results, helping you improve. Self-research, on the other hand, has its own benefits. You can save time, energy and money while travelling. In the case of self-study, be very concentrated during school lectures and help your school teachers explain their doubts.
- Start from Class XI: Beginning the preparation from Class XI is always advisable, as you have chosen your stream and are conscious if you are going to sit for JEE Main. As two years are more than enough for a healthy and good planning, starting at XI will also save you from taking a drop after XII.
- Be comprehensive with the topics: keeping the concepts simple is really important for students, as the questions can be set in every way. Students should also answer complicated questions with simple definitions.
- Practice Test Focused Questions: After the learning process, candidates must practice exam-oriented questions, which often allow them to evaluate and correct their errors.
- Get Good Study Material: Each book uses different principles to clarify methodologies. Some texts, while some use technical jargon, provide simple explanations. Candidates should use books that are most suitable for them in a language that they are familiar with.
- Practice Sample Papers: Sample papers are the blueprints of real paper that familiarize students with the pattern of the test, degree of complexity, relevant topics replicated through the years, scheme of marking and time constraint. Students must therefore prepare Sample Papers or Previous Year Issue Papers.
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Admit Card for JEE Mains 2021
- For the January session of JEE Main 2021, NTA will issue the JEE Main Admit Card.
- Applicants may use their application number and DOB to download their admission card by logging on to the official website (jeemain.nta.nic.in/nta.ac.in).
- Last session, the JEE Main 2020 Admit Card had four pages, including information on “Important Candidate Instructions” on Page No. 2 and “Candidate Advisory on COVID-19” on Pages No. 3 and 4.
- The hall ticket is a required paper that a candidate must bring along with a valid ID certificate on the exam day.
- It contains essential candidate and exam details, i.e., the name and address of the exam centre, test day directions, photograph and signature of the candidate, and more.
- Candidates must remember that for applicants participating in the JEE Main January and April sessions, a separate JEE Main Admit Card will be given.
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