The registrations for JEE Main Exam 2022 are ongoing as the NTA (National Testing Agency) made an announcement regarding the same. The registration began on March 1, 2022 and will close on March 31, 2022. If you’re an aspiring candidate then you must fill the JEE Main 2022 application form before the registration closes. Candidates should also be aware that there are few changes which have been introduced by NTA in the application process and JEE Main exam pattern. This year there will be no correction window after the registration closes on March 31, 2022.
Students are advised to go through the official website of JEE Main at www.jeemain.nta.nic.in for more details. You should apply before the deadline to avoid making any mistakes, check out important dates for JEE Main, and JEE Main 2022 checklist of required documents for registration before filling out the application form.
JEE Main 2022 Registration, Exam Pattern and other changes made this year
- The NTA has introduced changes in JEE Main 2022 sessions according to which the JEE Main will be held twice this year. Earlier there were four sessions, NTA has confirmed that this change regarding the session is only for this year keeping the second wave of COVID in mind.
- This year NTA has also removed the correction window system. Earlier students were given time to make corrections in the existing applications in case they made some mistake they had the time to rectify them. But this year there’s no correction window, so students have to be extra careful while filling the JEE Main application form.
- For session one the application form should be filled from March 1 to March 31. For the May session, the application window will reopen from April 8 to May 3, 2022. Students should fill out the JEE Main registration form according to their desired session. If a candidate wishes to appear for both sessions then he/she should fill the application form for both sessions.
- Except this the JEE Main 2022 examination pattern has also been revised. Previously section B of Paper 2 B.tech did not have negative marking, whereas this year there will be negative marking for both part A and B. NTA also released an official notice regarding the same on their website. Students who are appearing for JEE Main this year should remember that section B will have negative marking. Section B of JEE Main is a numerical section in which students are required to enter an integer value. Candidates who enter wrong answers will get one negative mark penalty similar to the MCQ or section A of JEE Main question paper.
The JEE Main 2022 Syllabus, eligibility criteria, and registration process still remains the same. Students can appear for both the sessions. The results of JEE Main 2022 session 1 will likely be declared in the first week of May, whereas the results of session 2 are expected to be out by mid-june. On the other hand the registration for JEE Advanced 2022 is also likely to begin soon in July. If you want to boost your JEE Main preparation, you can attempt JEE Mock Tests by Aakash BYJU’s.