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IIT JEE Main Exam 2019 Updates: Answer Sheets, Category Correction Etc.

Written by : Info Box Team

The largest and first-ever computer-based test (CBT) for IIT JEE Main Examination this year has been successfully conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA), without any glitch in 470 centres in 267 cities including nine abroad locations. Also, for the first time, the candidates of IIT JEE Main examinations were given the opportunity to appear twice in a year- in January and April, for taking the best of the two scores.

Check Question Paper And Your Answer Sheet

Candidates will be able to see their responses to the question papers of JEE Main 2019 and will get the opportunity to challenge the answer keys till 11:50 PM today (16.04.2019).

Category Corrections

All the General, OBC-NCL, SC, ST and EWS candidates of JEE Main 2019 January or April candidates may avail the facility for correction in their category column in their Online Application Form, which will be operational on the website www.jeemain.nic.in from 15.04.2019 to 17.04.2019, 05:00 PM.

The candidates are instructed to undertake the corrections very carefully because no further chance will be provided anymore.

JEE Main 2019 Exam Statistics

In JEE Main exam, 10,25,000 candidates appeared in April and 10,13,000 appeared in January, nearly 72 per cent of them being common candidates, according to a press note by NTA, "The tests for JEE (Main) were conducted in April. The exams were held on 7, 8, 9 10 and 12 of this month...Paper-1 (for BE./B Tech) was conducted in 4 days and 8 shifts. Paper 2 (for B. Arch./B. Planning) was conducted in a day's time and two shifts," NTA said.

A total number of 10,25,130 (Paper-1 and 2) candidates appeared in the Examination. 6,68,485 Candidates out of 9,35,741 (71.42 per cent) appeared for Paper 1 in January as well as in April. 22,894 candidates were registered for the Examination.

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