Session 3 scores expected today, where to check


NEW DELHI : The National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to publish the result of the third session of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main 2021) today evening on its official website – Candidates can check their scores on using their registration number.

The NTA, which organizes the exam, already posted the final answer key for the exam last night on its official website and candidates can calculate their raw scores using the final answer key.

The NTA organized session 3 of the JEE Main 2021 on July 20, 22, 25 and 27. The exam was conducted in the form of a computer-based test (CBT), for over 7.09 lakh students.

It was the first exam held amid Covid-19 across the country, in 334 cities and 828 centers.

The main session 4 of the JEE will take place this month on August 26, 27, 31 and September 1 and 2.

Experts believe that the JEE Advanced threshold could be higher, as most candidates found the exam easier than before.

The deadline may increase for the July session

The JEE Main 2021 deadline for the July session is expected to increase, experts say. In previous sessions of the JEE Main 2021 exam, the difficulty level of all sections was evenly distributed, however, in the third session, the physics section was the easiest and chemistry was the scoring.

JEE Main 2021 final answer key: how to check

  • Go to the website –
  • Select JEE (main) July-2021 final answer key
  • Download the pdf answer key.
  • Keep a hard copy of the pdf answer key for future reference.
  • The answer key can be downloaded in pdf format.

Main results of the JEE: tiebreaker

If two candidates obtain the same scores or are tied, the NTA will follow a tie-breaker policy to calculate the ranking.

In the event that the total marks of two students are the same –

1. Students who perform better in math will score higher if the marks stay the same.

2. A student with better results in physics will be ranked higher if the tie persists.

3. Chemistry scores will be considered to decide if the scores remain the same.

4: Candidates with a lower ratio of negative to positive responses.

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