JEE Main Exam 2024: National Testing Agency (NTA) has recently released the exam schedule for JEE Main 2024. JEE exam is conducted twice a year. Next year i.e. in 2024, the first session of JEE Main exam is to be held from 24 January to 1 February. Interested candidates can visit the official JEE exam website jeemain.ntaonline.in for more details. It is expected that more than 10 lakh students can participate in the first session of JEE examination. Now the candidates who are appearing in the examination should know about the syllabus and marking scheme of the examination, whether any changes have been made in it.
Why is JEE Main exam conducted?
After the release of JEE Main cutoff list, successful students are eligible to appear for JEE Advanced exam. Candidates who qualify JEE Advanced can get admission in top engineering colleges like IITs, IIITs and NITs.
What is the marking scheme of JEE Main exam?
JEE Main exam is designed for a total of 300 marks. The paper consists of 90 questions. In which 30 questions are asked from each subject of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. There are 20 questions in each section. Let us tell you, multiple choice questions are asked in the examination.
Is there negative marking in JEE Main?
In JEE Main exam, each question has four options, one of which is correct. 4 marks are given for a correct answer, but 1 mark is deducted for a wrong question. At the same time, no marks are given for not answering any question and there is no negative marking.
Have there been changes in the syllabus of JEE Main exam?
Changes have been made in JEE Mains syllabus. Now students should start planning for preparation. Let us tell you, the reduced syllabus is available on the official website – jeemain.nta.ac.in. To check, first the candidates have to go to the official website. Then on the home page. You will have to click on the link “Important download”. You will have the complete syllabus of Maths, Physics and Chemistry for JEE 2024. According to the revised schedule, many topics have been removed from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and some topics have also been added to Physics. You can see the complete PDF file of the syllabus below.