The class 12th results of many board examinations are already out, and with this, there is the responsibility of the students to sit for entrances and get admission into good colleges. The JEE Main is one of the fundamental examinations of the engineering aspirants to get selected to top colleges for an engineering degree. JEE Main Answer Keys for April Exam will be out tentatively after the exam which will be held between 1st – 6th September 2020.
With so many uncertainties prevailing around the world due to the pandemic of Covid-19, the NTA or National Testing Agency that conducts the exam of JEE Main has brought out new notifications for the exam. Below you will find all the related new dates and notifications for the same. The New Tentative Dates are:
- Admit card availability date – 3rd week August 2020
- JEE Main April 2020 Exam date: 1st September – 6th September 2020
- JEE Main Answer Keys for April are – Within a week or two of the test conducted
JEE Main Answer Keys – Detailed Steps to download
The National Testing Agency will release the answer key for the April Exam on the official website after the exam. The below-mentioned steps are the ways to download the JEE Main Answer Keys steps by visiting from the official website:
- First, you must click on the answer key link on the JEE Main official website.
- Then, you have to provide the JEE Main application form number and the birth date.
- Now, click on the submit button to view the answer on your screen
- After this, you can download JEE Main Answer Keys as a PDF file.
JEE Main Answer Keys – Procedure of payment of fees for challenging
The procedure towards challenging JEE Main Answer Key 2020 is to go to the official site of JEE Main constituted by the National Testing Agency. Then candidates need to choose the answers to be challenged and pay a fee of 1000 INR per question for the same. Due to the online mode of payment, all payments would be strictly made using a credit card, debit card or net banking only.
The refund policy of JEE Main Answer Keys
After challenging the answer key and paying the stipulated fee of 1000 INR per question, there would be proper scrutiny by the system of National Testing Agency (NTA). If the objection related to the answer key is actually found to be valid, then the entire amount per question would be refunded back to the student. NTA has a group of subject experts who would look into the matter of objections filed by students. In case the answers challenged are invalid or incorrect, the payment fees are non-refundable.
5 steps to challenge the JEE Main Answer Keys
As happened for the JEE Main January paper, the portal for challenging the answer key was open for two full days. Please remember that the final decision stays in the hands of NTA. For challenging the answer key of the upcoming JEE Main Answer Keys, follow the 5 major steps.
Step 1 Release of answer key
The first step towards challenging the answer key is to wait for the answer key to be posted on the official site of JEE Main. It takes about a week’s time or more for the answer key to be uploaded on the site. Students can regularly check the official site of NTA JEE Main for updates and notifications.
Downloading of JEE Main Answer Keys – Once the JEE Main Answer Keys have been released on the official website, it will be visible on the screen. Candidates need to enter their application number and date of birth to download the answer key. Click on submit, and the answer key would be downloaded in the PDF format on your system.
Step 2 Apply on portal
Once the answer key is released, candidates can sign in to the portal. They need to sign in using their application number of JEE Main, date of birth and security pin. Basically, candidates will have to log in to the site. After that, click on the JEE Main Answer Keys Challenge option.
Step 3 Choosing of concerned answer key
Once students click the option, they will be able to see the questions with ID number along with the correct answer key. The question and the corresponding answer that the students want to challenge must be selected there along with the suggested answer. Click on the option of ‘save your claim’ after it. Students can see the question and answer chosen by them on the screen.
Step 4 Submission of documents
After choosing the suggested answer key, the candidates need to upload supporting documents that would justify the selection of answer key by the student. Say if the student challenges one answer, the corresponding document of the same has to be uploaded. The required documents need to be uploaded in PDF format.
Step 5 Final step
After the successful choosing and uploading of the answer key has been done, the processing fees have to be made via digital payment methods. The amount will be calculated per question; it is 1000 INR per answer challenged.
How can you calculate your score through JEE Main Answer Keys?
After the test-takers have viewed the JEE Main Answer Keys along with OMR sheet/JEE Main Response sheet, they can compare their answers with the answers given in the answer key. The test-takers will be awarded 4 marks for every correct answer. For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted.
Without any attempt of any particular question, the candidate will be marked zero for that. On the basis of this marking scheme, one will be able to get an approximate estimate of the total marks to be obtained in JEE Main.
For more updates like this, stay tuned to the official website of jeemains.in.
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