Resonance, a popular and leading coaching institution located across the country has released the answer keys for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 exam held on July 20 and 22. The second session of the third phase took place today, July 22, 2021. Students appeared for the exam through the computer-based format at allotted centres across the country. Answer keys for both shifts – shift 1 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and shift 2 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm have been released by the institute. Candidates can check the answer keys on the official website resonance.ac.in and calculate their tentative scores.
Students who appeared for the JEE Main 2021 exam on July 20, 22 can check their shift-wise result using the following steps –
Step 1: Visit the official website of Resonance i.e., resonance.ac.in.
Step 2: On the homepage of the website, click on the “JEE Main 2021 April(July) Attempt (Memory Based) Solutions & Detailed Analysis are available”. This link is present under the “Latest @ Resonance” section.
Step 3: Upon clicking the link, a new page shall open. On this page, enter the email ID and phone number.
Step 4: Click on the ‘submit’ option to access the answer keys.
Step 5: Under the “July Attempt Solutions & Detailed Analysis”, select the appropriate date followed by the appropriate shift, for the required subject.
Step 6: The answer key pdf shall open on the screen.
Answer keys released by Resonance are published separately based on the shifts and for each subject. Therefore, candidates will have to download three different answer keys for three different subjects. Furthermore, these solutions are based on “memory-based questions”, which means that it has been prepared based on the questions as submitted by the students who appeared for the examination. Therefore, they may not be entirely accurate. Moreover, they aren’t official answer keys and hence, not entirely reliable. However, candidates can use these answer keys to calculate tentative marks obtained in each subject.
The coaching institute has also provided video solutions for each subject in both shifts. Therefore, students who are not comfortable with written solutions can access these videos to resolve their doubts. These video solutions for JEE Main 2021 July attempt can also prove useful while preparing for the fourth attempt scheduled in August 2021.
The Resonance answer keys also provide the difficulty level in each paper. So, students appearing for JEE Main 2021 on July 25 and 27, 2021, can get an idea of the level of questions being asked. This detailed analysis has been prepared by expert faculties and therefore, is useful to predict the overall performance of the candidate in terms of score and rank. With this tentative rank, students can determine their chances of getting shortlisted for JEE Advance 2021. Ultimately, students who come in the top 2,50,000 ranks qualify for the next level and elevate their chances of getting into the prestigious IITs.
National Testing Agency (NTA) will release the official answer key for JEE Main 2021 Third attempt a day or two after the examination is over. Candidates can download the official JEE Main answer key from the NTA website, jeemain.nta.nic.in. Along with the answer key, the exam conducting body also releases the response sheet and question paper under the candidate login. Moreover, candidates are also allowed to raise objections against answer keys provided in the NTA JEE Main answer key 2021 that they think is wrong by providing relevant proof in support of their contention. The objections as raised will be taken into account and necessary changes will be made in the final JEE Main answer key 2021.
NTA will release JEE Main result 2021 for the phase 3 (April) exam in the first week of August 2021. The result will be available for check online at the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in. To check JEE Main result, candidates will have to log in by using their application form number and date of birth. NTA JEE Main result 2021 will be available in the form of a scorecard which consists of details of the candidate, percentile score in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and average percentile score of all three subjects.