JEE Main 2020: Registration Started
Update - JEE (Main) 2020
JEE (Main) is conducted twice a year by the National Testing Agency (NTA). NTA scores in JEE (Main) are applicable for admission to IITs and other prestigious engineering colleges in the country. The exam is held in the English, Hindi or Gujarati medium.
The registration process for JEE (Main) 2020 has started from 3rd September 2019. So, aspirants who plan on answering JEE Main 2020 would need to pay the application fee by 1st October 2019 before 11.50 pm through credit card/debit card/net banking/UPI or PAYTM service. Students should note that the fee has increased this year.
As per the notification on the NTA website, no specific age limit has been mentioned for candidates.
JEE (Main) 2020 Registration
Candidates can apply for JEE (Main) 2020 on the official website jeemain.nic.in by following these steps.
Step 1: Log on to jeemain.nic.in
Step 2: Go to ‘JEE Main 2020 January Session’
Step 3: Fill the form and upload documents
Step 4: Pay the application fee
About JEE (Main)
JEE (Main) 2020 will be conducted twice in two sessions before admissions to the next academic course. The first session of JEE (Main) will be held from 6th to 11th January 2020. The results will be declared by 31st January 2020. The second session of JEE (Main) will be held from 9th to 13th April 2020. So, aspirants will have another opportunity to improve their JEE scores without wasting an academic year. Droppers or anyone who missed JEE due to reasons beyond their control would also not have to waste a full year.
Students can learn from their mistakes and thus improve their NTA scores in JEE. The best of the two NTA scores will be considered when creating the merit list and for ranking candidates.
Mode of Examination
1) BE/BTech: Computer-based test mode
2) BArch: Mathematics (Part I) and Aptitude Test (Part II) in computer-based test mode
Drawing Test (Part III) in pen and paper/offline mode (drawing sheet of A4 size)
3) BPlanning: Mathematics (Part I), Aptitude Test (Part II) and Planning-Based Questions (Part III) in computer-based test mode
Fewer Questions with New Exam Pattern
Effective this year, there is a change in the number of questions. Till now, there were 90 questions in the JEE (Main) exam pattern. Effective next season, there will be 75 questions, with 20 MCQs and 5 questions to be filled as numerical value. Incorrect answers in the MCQ section will have negative marking, but incorrect answers of the 5 questions to be filled as numerical value will not have any marks deducted. The weightage of each question is of 4 marks, which remains unchanged. The passing marks will be in the range of 74 to 100 marks out of 300 marks.
TopperLearning assists students in their IIT JEE preparation. To know about the JEE syllabus, JEE (Main) 2020 and how you can prepare with the right study resources, speak to our academic advisor on 18002127858.
MORE from Education
latest from Topper Learning
- Education Franchisee opportunity
- NCERT Solution
- CBSE Class 9 Mathematics
- NCERT Solutions for class 10 Science
- Sample Papers
- CBSE Class 9 Science
- NCERT Solutions for class 10 Maths
- Revision Notes
- CBSE Class 10 Hindi
- CBSE Class 10 English
- CBSE Class 10 English
- CBSE Class 10 Social Studies
- CBSE Class 10 Science
- CBSE Class 10 Mathematics
- Career In Science After 10
- Career In Commerce After 10
- Career In Humanities/Arts After 10
- Ncert Solutions for Class 10
- Ncert Solutions for Class 11
- Business Studies Class 12 CBSE project