JEE Main Exam 2024: Corrections can be made in the exam form of JEE Mains from tomorrow, the exam pattern will be like this

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JEE Main Exam 2024: Corrections can be made in the exam form of JEE Mains from tomorrow, the exam pattern will be like this

Corrections can be made in JEE Mains exam form from tomorrow

Corrections can be made in JEE Mains exam form from tomorrow

JEE Main Exam 2024: The correction window for JEE Mains January exam form will be opened from tomorrow i.e. 6th December 2023. Those who have filled the form for the January session of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), if there is any mistake in their form, they can make corrections in the application form till 8 December 2023. Please note that the link will be removed from the portal after the last date, so candidates should make corrections in their form in time.

This is how you can make corrections in JEE Main exam form

Candidates should note that to make corrections in the JEE Mains exam form, you will have to login with the registration number and password generated during the registration process. Along with this, candidates will be given the opportunity to edit personal details, examination city, educational qualification and uploaded documents.

When will JEE Main exam be held?

JEE Main 2024 will be conducted in two rounds. According to this, the first session will be held in January and the second session in April. The exam city will be informed online in the second week of January 2024. Let us tell you that the application process for this examination was started on November 1, 2023. The first phase of JEE Main exam will be conducted from January 24, 2024 to February 1, 2024. Whereas, the second phase will be conducted between 6 April 2024 to 12 April 2023.

JEE Main exam pattern

Exam Mode – Online (Computer Based)

Number of subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

Duration of Exam – 3 hours (180 minutes) 4 hours for PwD candidates

Types of Questions – MCQs Section A (MCQs) – 20 questions from Mathematics, 20 questions from Physics, 20 questions from Chemistry

Section B (Numerical Values) – 10 questions from Mathematics, 10 questions from Physics, 10 questions from Chemistry

In Section B, candidates will have to attempt any five questions out of 10.

How many questions in JEE Mains – 90

JEE Mains Total Marks – 300 Marks Language of Examination – English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

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