The JEE Mains Paper 1 was conducted in the month of January and February 2023. The PBT and CBT tests have been conducted and the preparations for the JEE Mains CBT 2 2023 are in order as the entrance exams are close to approaching in April 2023. Meanwhile, as the candidates have been looking out for the results of the earlier tests it is important to discuss the provision and importance of JEE Mains Response Sheets and where to get them.
|Exam Name||Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main|
|Conducting Body||National Testing Agency|
|Subjects||B.E., B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Planning|
|Mode of Exam||Online and Offline|
|Duration||JEE 1 – 3 HoursJEE 2 – 3.5 Hours|
|Marks||300 for JEE 1400 for JEE 2|
|Language||English, Hindi, and Other, Regional Languages for certain areas|
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The Response sheet for the JEE Mains 2023 has been released on the same date as the JEE Main final answer key 2023. The Response Sheet can only be downloaded from the official website of the National Testing Agency.
Various changes in the provisional answer key were entertained in the challenges submitted against the provisional answer key. 5 Questions have been dropped by the NTA and 2 have been rectified. Recently the CBT 2 results have been released on 28 February 2023.
Important Dates for JEE Main Response Sheet 2023
All the dates related to JEE Mains Response Sheets and the calculation of results are given below. The candidates must strictly adhere to the timeline of JEE Mains Examination to get the details of the examination and results in time.
|JEE Main Exam Date 2023 (Session 1)||24 January 2023, 25 January 2023, 28 January 2023, 29 January 2023, 30 January 2023, 31 January 2023 and 01 February 2023|
|JEE Main Exam Date 2023 (Session 2)||06 April 2023, 08 April 2023, 10 April 2023, 11 April 2023 and 12 April 2023|
|JEE Main Provisional Answer Keys 2023||Session 1: 02 February 2023Session 2: To be Notified|
|JEE Main Response Sheet & Question Paper||Session 1: 02 February 2023Session 2: To be Notified|
|JEE Main Final Answer Key 2023||Session 1: 06 February 2023Session 2: To be Notified|
|JEE Main Result 2023||Session 1: 28 February 2023Session 2: To be Notified|
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What is JEE Main Response Sheet?
The JEE Main Response Sheet is the Answer Sheet of each candidate that was submitted at the time of the test. This Response Sheet is not evaluated and is solely represented for the candidates to calculate their tentative score using the JEE Main Provisional Answer Key released with it.
The JEE Main Answer Key 2023 has also been released. The candidates can use both of these to calculate the scores for the test and if they find any answer in the Answer Key objectionable they can challenge it with evidence of the same. The Response Sheets are evaluated by the examination authorities based on the Final Answer Key.
How to Download the JEE Main Response Sheet?
The Response Sheet can be downloaded online from the official website of the National Testing Agency. The examinee can follow the given steps to download the Response Sheet.
- Open the NTA Official Website.
- Click on the JEE Main Response Sheet 2023 link.
- Log in with the Application Number and Password.
- Click on the JEE Main Response Sheet on the dashboard.
- Check the details and Download the Response Sheet.
How to Use the JEE Main Response Sheet?
The candidates can calculate the tentative marks they are going to attain in the JEE Main examination by using the JEE Main Response Sheet 2023 with the JEE Main Answer Key 2023. The question paper, answer key and response sheets are released simultaneously on the NTA website. They can all be downloaded differently.
Steps to download the JEE Main Response Sheet are covered in the next section. Using the Response Sheet the Candidates can use the answer key to calculate the tentative scores and contest for the objections in the provisional answer key.
- Download the answer key, response sheet and question paper.
- Check each question with the question ID, correct option ID in the Answer Key and option ID selected in the response sheet.
- If the option ID matches the ID on the response sheet against the same question number then the answer is correct, If different, the answer is wrong.
- The candidates can proceed to the next question if they are satisfied with the answer, if not they can file an objection regarding the same with proof.
- Calculate the Tentative JEE Mains Test Scores using the Marking Scheme.
How to Calculate the JEE Mains Scores Using the Response Sheet?
The scores can be tentatively calculated using the information that is derived in the previous steps and JEE Mains Marking Scheme. The candidates can use the following strategy.
- For each correct answer, the candidates can award themselves 4 marks.
- For each wrong answer, the candidate can deduct 1 mark.
- The questions that are unanswered, or dropped by the examination authority should be marked 0.
- Questions marked for review are also marked 0 until resolved.
Details in JEE Main Response Sheet
Various details are mentioned on the JEE Mains Response Sheet. The examinees can verify the following details from the response sheet.
- Application Number
- Roll Number
- Date and time of exam
- Type of questions
- Option IDs for selected answers.
- Status of the Question
The JEE Main Response sheet can be downloaded from the official website of NTA. The candidates can open https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/ and look for the response sheet notification, then log in and download the response sheet.
Yes, the JEE Main Answer Key for Session 1 has been released along with the candidate’s response sheet and question papers. The candidates can download it from the official website of NTA.
The weightage of each question is 4 marks. If correct the candidate is given 4 marks if wrong then 1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer.
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