National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 April (Postponed) session from tomorrow, June 20, 2021. The national-level entrance exam is scheduled on June 20, 22, 25 and 27, 2021, through the online computer-based format at allotted test centres. However, they are advised to download their admit cards beforehand from the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in.
With less than 24 hours for the exam, many doubts must be lingering in the candidates’ minds about tomorrow’s exam. To answer their queries, here are certain frequently asked questions (FAQs) –
Q – Should students take black and white or colour printout of admit card?
According to the JEE Main 2021 information bulletin, candidates must carry a clear, A4 size printout of the exam admit card. NTA has not mentioned whether the printout must be coloured or black and white. However, it is always better to carry a coloured printout of the hall ticket to the exam centre. Candidates must ensure that their admit cards are duly filled before reaching the exam centre.
Q – Which documents are needed to gain entry to the exam centre?
Candidates have to carry certain important documents to the JEE Main 2021 examination like – 1. Printout of the admit card, 2. Passport size photograph (as uploaded during the application process), 3. Anyone authorised photo ID such as PAN Card, Passport, Voter ID, Aadhaar Card, etc, 4. PwD certificate by a competent medical authority (if applicable).
Q – What things to carry to the JEE Main 2021 exam?
JEE Main 2021 third session aspirants have to carry certain documents and things along with them to the exam centre. These include – 1. Required documents, 2. transparent ballpoint pen, 3. additional photograph for pasting on the attendance sheet, 4. personal 50 ml hand sanitiser and 5. transparent water bottle. Moreover, diabetic candidates are permitted to bring fruits like bananas, apples, oranges or sugar tablets to the exam centre.
Q – How to access the JEE Main 2021 exam at the test centre?
At the exam centre, each computer screen shall display a roll number. Candidates must sit in front of the computer which displays their respective roll numbers. Thereafter, they must enter the login ID and password to log in to the exam portal. A welcome screen shall appear in which candidates must click on the “Proceed” option to read the detailed instructions.
Q – Which score will be considered while compiling the result and preparing the merit list?
Candidates are permitted to appear for multiple sessions in JEE Main 2021. In each session, they shall be given marks based on their performance. Finally, the candidates’ best exam scores shall be considered to curate the final merit list or ranking.
According to official reports, a total of 7,09,519 candidates have successfully registered for the third session of JEE Main 2021, as per the exam slot mentioned in the admit cards. Top 2,50,000 candidates will qualify for the next stage – JEE Advanced 2021 examination scheduled later this year.