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JEE Main 2020: Change in examination pattern

Nov 18 2019 11:33AM

JEE Main Exam 2020:

NTA, National Testing Agency has issued a sample of long numerical questions for Joint Entrance Examination Main for Engineering. JEE Main sample paper is available on the site.

This sample paper has been released for JEE Main for the first time. In this sample paper, five questions are in the running. This paper and the answer is given in it has benefited the students to learn the concept.

See sample paper here

Exam experts state that for the first time NTA has made such a change in the exam pattern of JEE Main. Those applicants are preparing for the main. They must prepare with this sample paper. It is concluded from this sample paper that this time five long numerical questions will be asked in the exam. Each question will be of 4 marks. There will be no negative marking in them.

Earlier, 90 questions of 360 marks were asked in the examination. But now only 75 questions of 300 marks will be asked. Due to which the score of the students can be decreased. The logic behind this is that the number of questions has been lessened due to long numerical questions being asked. It is expected that the level of questions will be between main and advance. If this occurs, the cutoff will fall. As per this pattern, students should go for concept-based preparation.

The exam will be held from 6 to 11 January:

The JEE Main will be conducted from January 6-11 by the NTA. The admit card for this exam will be issued on Dec 6. The result will be issued on 31 January 2020.

April 3 to 9 is the 2nd phase date:

The second phase of JEE Main will be held from April 3- 9, 2020. Registration for this will be between 7 February to 7 March 2020. The hall ticket can be downloaded from 16 March. Its result will be delivered on 30 April 2020.

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