Cracking the JEE is an extremely important aspect for every engineering aspirant. The aspirants who want to get admission into undergraduate technical courses like IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc., have to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination known as JEE 2023.
It is an engineering entrance examination conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) at an all-India level. The syllabus and the level of competition will seem very tough without any proper guidance and study planning. JEE is conducted annually in two phases, namely JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
The JEE examination gives a chance for the candidates to improve their scores by allowing them twice to appear for the same. The students can identify their lacking areas on the first attempt and can improvise when they appear for the second time.
Moreover, they do not have to take a drop year, and if at all one exam is missed due to any contingency. The candidate is allowed to appear for both sessions, but the score for that session in which he/she scored better, will be considered for ranking or merit list purposes.
Now, being a prominent exam, there arises a lot of doubts and queries in the mind of the students. Let’s discuss them.
Yes, NTA has removed the requirement of 75% qualifying marks in 12th board exams as the minimum eligibility criteria for admissions in 2021. But the candidates need to have Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as main subjects in their 12th class to be eligible for JEE Mains.
Moreover, the JEE Main 2023 eligibility criteria require the applicants to score at least 50% in Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics together with an aggregate of 50% in their board exams.
Hereyou can check the complete revised eligibility criteria for the JEE Main.
There is a change in JEE Main Exam Pattern 2023 that has been introduced by the NTA this year. Now as per the new JEE exam pattern, the questions with Numerical Value Answers in Section B will also have a negative marking.
For further complete details pertaining to the total number of questions, marking scheme, type of questions, and mode of the exam the aspirants can check the official website www.jeemain.nta.nic.in.
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There is no chance of admission in any NITs with a 70 percentile in JEE Main for the general cateory. But in some states like Rajasthan, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh, there is a possibility to get admission for a candidate with a percentile range of 60-70 in BTech.
It is necessary to stay updated about all the necessary information regarding this exam. Hence, candidates should check the official website from time to time, in order not to miss any important input. The syllabus, exam pattern, various dates and eligibility criteria, as well as the cutoff marks, are the points that the candidates must know.
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