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JEE Main 2021 April Session has beenyso exammencement, according to Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal, the Minister o. NTA closed the application for April session on April 4, till when students could complete the payment of application fee. The JEExams ended on March 18th, 2021 and the Paper-1 Result has been released on March 24, 2021. Candidates can check thier result on the official website usindsgdg thier application number, date of birth, and secin. The Final Answer Key for the March Session has also been released by the NTA and is available on the official website. Exams were conducted in two shifts with shift 1 in the morning (9 AM to 12 Noon) and shift  evening (3PM to 6 PM).

JEE Main 2021 Paper 1 is scheduled to be cy). The JEE Main 2021 for February 23, 2021 was been conducted successfully for both the shifts, i.e. morning and evening and the Results for Paper 1 have been announced, while the results for the March session are awaited from NTA. The exam was conducted for B.Arch and B.Planning from February 23 to 26, and JEE Main Paper-2 result was released on March 18, 2021.

NTA has released the official syllabus of JEE Main 2021 paper 1 and paper 2 on the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in. There is no change in JEE Mains 2021 Syllabus this year. The JEE Main Paper Pattern 2021 has been revised. This must be noted that a total of 21.75 lakh registrations have been made for all four sessions by JEE (Main) 2021 aspirants to take the test over the four cycles.

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main is conducted to provide admissions to undergraduate Engineering Programs (B.E./B.Tech) at NITs, IIITs and Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), Universities, Institutions funded by participating State Governments and an eligibility exam for JEE Advanced, in order to secure admissions in 23 IITs in the country. Find all the details about JEE Main 2021 such as latest news, exam dates, application form, registration, syllabus, exam pattern, admit card, cutoff, and much more on this page.

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NTA JEE Main Latest News 2021

April 18, 2021

Dr. Ramesh ‘Nishank’ Pokhriyal has announced that JEE Main 2021 April Session is postponed till further notice, and the new dates will be declared 15 days prior to the new date. 

JEE Main April Session Postponed

March 25, 2021

NTA has released the application form for JEE Main 2021 April Session on the official website. Students can fill the application form and pay the application fee till April 4.

March 23, 2021

The Paper-1 result for the March session has been released by the NTA on the official website. 13 students have score a perfect 100 percentile in the March session.

The Final Answer Key for JEE Main 2021 March Session has been released by NTA on the official website. Students can now refer and calculate thier scores.

March 20, 2021

NTA has started the correction window for the JEE Main Answer Key on the official website from March 20 to March 22, 2021 (1:00 PM).

March 19, 2021

The Minister of Education Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal has declared that the admission eligibility has been relaxed for the B.Arch degree for 2021-22 session in light of the pandemic situation. The minimum requirement of the 50% in PCM subjects and an aggregate of 10+2 has been relaxed to ‘only pass’ in Class 12 with PCM subjects or 10 + 3 diploma with Mathematics.

March 18, 2021

The last day of JEE main March Session exams is here. NTA has released figures of gender / category-wise registered candidates on the official website.

 

March 16, 2021

The March session of JEE Main 2021 has started and will go on till 18th March 2021. 

March 11, 2021

JEE Main Admit Card for March 2021 Paper – 1 has been released on the official website.

March 9, 2021

JEE Main 2021 Application Form correction for JEE Main March begins.

March 8, 2021

NTA has released the list JEE Main Toppers from the JEE Main February Session. Here is the list of the 100 Percentilers:

Candidates Name State Code of Eligibility
ANANTH KRISHNA KIDAMBI GUJARAT
GURAMRIT SINGH CHANDIGARH
PRAVAR KATARIA DELHI (NCT)
RANJIM PRABAL DAS DELHI (NCT)
SAKET JHA RAJASTHAN
SIDDHANT MUKHERJEE MAHARASHTRA

March 7, 2021

Final JEE Main (Feb) 2021 Answer Key has been released.

March 2, 2021

JEE Main 2021 Registration for the March session is available until March 6. 

February 5, 2021

JEE Mains 2021 exam: So far approx. 21.75 lakh candidates registered for the examination for all four sessions – February, March, April, and May.

Exam Session JEE Main 2021 Exam Date JEE Main 2021 registered Candidates
1 February 23 to 26 6,61,761
2 March 16 to 18 5,04,540
3 April 27 to 30 4,98,910
4 May 24 to 28 5,09,972

Top 4 States in Registration

Exam

JEE Main 2021 February

JEE Main 2021 March

JEE Main 2021 April

JEE Main 2021 May

Total

Maharashtra

76744

65775

55123

69036

266678

Andhra Pradesh

87797

53323

53576

60222

254918

Uttar Pradesh

71676

50967

51868

53721

227962

Telangana

73782

52389

48868

51896

226936

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What is JEE Main?

The Joint Entrance Exam, whdvhgashhich is commonly known as JEE Main, is a national-level exam conducted to admit eligible candidates into B.Tech/ B.E., B.Arch., and B.Planning Courses that are offered by 31 NITs, 25 IITs, and 28 CFTIs. JEE Mains exam also acts as a preliminary examination for the JEE Advanced which is conducted by the IITs.

NTA JEE Main 2021 Exam Highlights

SpecificationOverview
Exam NameJEE Main
Full-FormJoint Entrance Exam
Conducting BodyNational Testing Agency (NTA)
Frequency of Exam4 times every year (February, March, April, and May)
Exam LevelNational
SubjectsFor B.E./B.Tech.: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry
For B.Arch. : Maths – Part I, Aptitude Test – Part II, Drawing Test – Part III
For B.Plan. : Maths – Part I, Aptitude Test – Part II, Planning Based MCQs – Part III
Languages13 Languages – English, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu
Mode of
Application
Online Application
Mode of
Exam
Online Examination – Computer Based Test (CBT) |
Pen & paper-based offline test for B.Arch Drawing Test
Question
Type
Multiple Choice Questions, Filling Numerical Values
Exam
Duration
For Paper 1 (B.E. / B.Tech.): 3 Hours
For Paper 2A/2B (B.Arch./B.Plan): 3:30 Hours
Exam TimingsFirst Shift: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Second Shift: 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm (For Paper 2 – 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm)
Marking
Scheme
For MCQs
For every correct answer: +4 marks
For every wrong answer: Minus 1 (-1)
For unanswered questions: 0
For Numericals-
For every correct answer: +4 marks
For every wrong answer: no negative marking
For unanswered questions: 0
Official
Website
jeemain.nta.nic.in

JEE Main 2021 Exam Dates

As per the latest information bulletin released by NTA, JEE Mains Exam 2021 will be conducted 4 times in a year, respectively in the months of February, March, April, and May. NTA has also released the JEE Main 2021 exam date which are as follows:

JEE Main EventsJEE Main Exam Dates
Availability of JEE Main Application FormDecember 16, 2020
Availability of Mock TestAvailable 
Last Date to Submit Application FormJanuary 23, 2021 (Extended)
Last Date to Pay Fees and Upload DocumentsJanuary 23, 2021 (Extended)
Application Correction WindowJanuary 27 to 30, 2021
Admit Card Release DateFebruary 11, 2021 (Out)
JEE Main FebruaryFebruary 23-26, 2021
JEE Main MarchMarch 16-18, 2021
JEE Main AprilApril 27-30, 2021
JEE Main MayMay 24-28, 2021
Date of Result Declaration (March Session)March 23, 2021

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JEE Main 2021 Eligibility Criteria

While, there is no age limit for attempting JEE Main exam 2021, candidates can take the examination total of 6 times for 3 years after passing their 12th Standard exams. Candidates willing to appear for JEE Main 2021 exam should have cleared their 12th Standard exam in 2019, 2020, or 2021. For instance, if you have passed the 12th standard exams in 2019, 2020, or 2021, can attempt the JEE Mains 2021 exam. Also, candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in Class XII as compulsory subjects. However, it is ideal to stay updated with the JEE Main Eligibility Criteria before registering for the exam. Check this table about eligibility criteria:

Age LimitThere is no age limit prescribed by the NTA.
Candidates who have passed Class 12 examination in
2019/2020 or appearing 2021 irrespective of their age,
can appear in JEE Main 2021 May session.
Year of
Appearance
Candidates who have passed Class 12 examination in
2018 or before as well as those appearing in 2022 are
NOT eligible.
Eligibility for
IITs
IITs do not permit two attempts of JEE Advanced, means,
candidates must have appeared in Class XII examination,
for the first time in either 2020 or 2021, subject to the
condition of not having been admitted in an IIT earlier.
SubjectCandidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry and
Mathematics in Class XII as compulsory subjects.
Marks in
Qualifying
Examination
In respect of NITs, IIITs, SPAs and other CFTIs, whose
admissions are based on JEE Main 2021-22,
75% eligibility criteria has been removed.

Note: While NTA does not specify an age limit for JEE Main exam, institutes might have age criteria for admission.

JEE Main 2021 Application Form

The application mode for JEE Main 2021 is online. The JEE Main application form 2021 is accessible on the official website of NTA (jeemain.nta.nic.in).  You can apply for JEE Main February, March, April, and May sessions in one application form itself. You can selectively apply for any JEE Main sessions i.e. you can apply for JEE Main March exam without applying for JEE Main February exam. The application process for IIT JEE will be as detailed below:

Step 1: JEE Main Registration

On jeemain.nta.nic.in, students have to first enter their contact details and personal information. Following that, students have to create a password as per set specifications. By doing so, registration will be completed successfully and a JEE Main Application Number will be generated. This has to be kept handy for future reference by all students.

Step 2: JEE Main Application Form

Once students have finished the registration and obtained their Application Number, applicants must fill required fields and select relevant paper (i.e. Paper-I for B.E./B.Tech. and Paper-II for B.Arch./B.Plan), enter preference for exam centres, select preferred language for exam, and enter other academic details.

Step 3: Uploading Scanned Documents

At this stage, applicants have to submit scanned documents such as their Class 12 marksheet, signature, and photograph in the required format, size, and dimensions.

Step 4: Complete Payment of Application Fees

It is only possible to pay the application fees online on the official website, and applicants should be wary of this to avoid any malpractice or fraud. The available ways to complete payment online are debit/credit card, net-banking, and UPI.

Step 5: Take Printouts and Sign Up for Updates

After completing the payment, you will be directed to a page that shows that your payment has been confirmed, applicants should save a printout of this page for future reference. Furthermore, applicants should register their email address and mobile number on the NTA website for receiving crucial updates in a timely manner.

Candidates should thoroughly explore the Complete JEE Main Application Process before submitting their application. It is also ideal to procure recent documents and ensure that those documents contain accurate information.

Note: You will be able to modify/correct the particulars before the payment of fees. Once the payment of fee has been made/e-challan downloaded, your particulars cannot be edited.

JEE Main 2021 Application Fees

Candidates will have to pay the application fees online before January 16th, 2020. The payment can be completed online through Credit Card / Debit Card (except Master/Visa Card) / NetBanking/ UPI)The fee structure for JEE Main 2020 application fees is mentioned below:

Paper

Category

Application Fees

B.E. / B.Tech. 

 

OR 

 

B.Arch. 

 

OR 

 

B.Planning  

(only one paper)

General / Gen – EWS / OBC (NCL)

Within India-

Male: INR 650

Female : INR 325

Transgender: INR 325

Outside India-

Male: INR 3000

Female : INR 1500

Transgender: INR 1500

SC/ ST/ PwD

Within India-

Male: INR 325

Female: INR 325

Outside India-

Male: INR 1500

Female: INR 1500

B.E./B.Tech. + B.Arch

 

OR

 

B. E/ B. Tech + B. Planning

OR

B. E/ B. Tech, B. Arch + B. Planning 

OR 

B. Arch + B. Planning

(Any two papers)

General / Gen – EWS / OBC (NCL)

Within India-

Male: INR 1300

Female: INR 650

Transgender: INR 650

Outside India-

Male: INR 6000

Female: INR 3000

Transgender: INR 3000

SC/ ST/ PwD/ Transgender

Within India-

Male: INR 650

Female: INR 650

Outside India-

Male: INR 3000

Female: INR 3000

JEE Main 2021 Documents Required For Application

To fill the JEE Main application form, you will require the following set of documents during the process. It is mandatory to supply these documents and students should ensure they have the original documents for the admission process that starts after the JEE Main exam 2021.

List of documents required:

  1. Qualification Details (such as Class 10th roll number/ intermediate or Class 12th details – stream, course etc)
  2. Scanned copy of signature
  3. A valid e-mail Id
  4. A valid mobile number
  5. Scanned copy of student’s passport size photograph

The format of the photographs should be (.JPG) and the file size of the passport photo should be between 10 kb – 200 kb and for the signature, the image file size can be between 4kb – 30 kb.

Filling the JEE Main Application Form accurately is must to avoid any mishap or delay in the application process. Check this article if you require more details about filling the JEE Main 2021 Application Form.

Note: If you have uploaded incorrect documents or photos, you can edit the application form on the dates specified by NTA. 

JEE Main Choice Of Medium

From JEE Main 2021, NTA has decided to provide the option of taking the exam in 13 different languages. This move is destined to facilitate examination at regional levels without canididates having to learn a second language. Check the table below to know what languages you can select as per the location of exam centres:

Sr. No.

Languages Available

Examination Centres

1

English

All Examination Centres

2

Hindi

All Examination Centres

3

English and Assamese

Examination Centres in Assam

4

English and Bengali 

Examination Centres in West Bengal, Tripura and Andaman & Nicobar Islands

5

English and Gujarati

Examination Centres in Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli

6

English and Kannada

Examination Centres in Karnataka

7

English and Marathi

Examination Centres in Maharashtra

8

English and Malayalam

Examination Centres in Kerala and Lakshadweep

9

English and Odia

Examination Centres in Odisha

10

English and Punjabi

Examination Centres in Punjab, Chandigarh and Delhi 

11

English and Tamil

Examination Centres in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman & Nicobar Island

12

English and Telugu

Examination Centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

13

English and Urdu

All Examination Centres in India

Note: You will have the option to select language during the filling of application form and it cannot be changed at a later stage.

JEE Main 2021 Exam Centres

NTA has released the list of exam centres where JEE Main exams will be held across India as well as other foreign countries. JEE Main 2021 will be conducted across 331 cities in India and including 10 in abroad. After the application form is submitted, exam centres are allocated to candidates. Once the exam centres are allocated by the NTA, they cannot be changed. Candidates have to arrive at the exam centres on the prescribed date and time, and also have to adhere to the instructions given on the admit card. We have featured a list featuring some of the states, but you can check this article for a detailed list of JEE Main 2021 Exam Centres.

This is a brief list exam centres allocated in 2021:

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JEE Main 2021 Exam Pattern

The JEE Main 2021 will consist of two separate papers  i.e. Paper – I for B.E./B.Tech. aspirants, and Paper – II for B.Arch. and B.Planning aspirants. While both of these exams are conducted online through Computer Based Tests (CBTs), the Drawing test for Paper – II is a written examination conducted offline.  

In the Computer Based Test, the questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) as well as Numerical Questions that will feature a blank that has to be filled with numerical values by the student with the help of keyboard. Regarding numerical questions, the official notification states that: “It is clarified to all the candidates that, if the answer for the numerical value questions is, say 5 then all the values like 5, 5.0, 5.00, 5.000, 5.0000, 05, 05.0, 05.00, 05.000, 05.0000 are correct answers”.

The table below shows some brief information about the exam pattern. However, you can head over to JEE Main 2021 Exam Pattern for a detailed overview of the exam.

Note: According to the latest notification from NTA, it is being considered to provide a total of 90 questions (30 each from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) from which students have the option to answer 75 questions (25 each from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology).

Scheme of Examination

Paper Subjects Type of Questions Mode of examination
Paper 1- B.E/B.Tech Maths, Physics and Chemistry MCQs & Numerical Value CBT
Paper 2A- B.Arch Maths, Aptitude Test & Drawing Test

Maths- MCQs & Numerical Value

Aptitude- MCQs

Drawing- Drawing Aptitude

CBT & Pen and Paper- Drawing

Paper 2B- B.Planning Maths, Aptitude & Planning Based Questions

Maths- MCQs & Numerical Value

Aptitude- MCQs

Planning- MCQs

CBT

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JEE Main 2021 Syllabus

For Paper I (B.E./B.Tech), the syllabus includes the subjects physics, chemistry, and mathematics. For Paper II (B.Plan/ B.Arch.), the syllabus is divided into 3 subjects: Mathematics, Aptitude, and Drawing. The most recent update on JEE Main syllabus is expected to be announced on 10th December during the #Educationministergoeslive event in which the education minister will respond to queries regarding JEE Main and other competitive exams.

The JEE Main syllabus is released by the NTA, and there are no major changes every year. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are likely changes expected such as reduction in syllabus. The changes along with the detailed list will be present on JEE Main 2021 Syllabus

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Modern Physics

Mechanics 2

Electro-Magnetism

Heat and Thermodynamics

Optics

Mechanics-1

Mechanical Waves

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Organic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

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Integral Calculus

Algebra

Coordinate Geometry

Differential Calculus

Trigonometry

Statistics and Mathematical Reasoning

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Ideally, you should be viewing your syllabus in the format mentioned above. However, a lot of students find more comfort in having their syllabus class-wise. So here’s the syllabus for them class-wise:

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Topics From Class XI Topics From Class XII
Unit, Dimension & Measurement Geometrical Optics
Kinematics Wave Optics
Newton’s Law of Motion Electrostatics
Circular Motion Capacitance
Work, Power & Energy Current Electricity
Momentum & Collision Gravitation
Center of Mass & Inertia Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism
Rotational Dynamics Nuclear Physics & Radio Activity
Elasticity, Calorimetry, Thermal Expansion Communication Systems
Ktg & Thermodynamics Electromagnetic Induction & AC
Simple Harmonics Motion
Mechanical Waves Dual Nature of Matter and radiation.
Fluid Mechanics Error in Measurement & Instruments
 

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Topics From Class XI Topics From Class XII
Periodic Table & Properties Halogen Derivative
Mole Concept Co-ordination Compound
Nomenclature of Organic Compounds Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Chemical Bondings Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Gaseous States Liquid Solution & Surface Chemistry
Electronic Displacement Effect Metallurgy
Atomic Structure Phenol
Isomerism Alcohol
Redox & Equivalent Concept Ether
Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium Solid State
Chemical Kinetics Carbonyl Compound
Radioactivity (Nuclear Chemistry) Qualitative Analysis
  S, P, D & F block element
  Thermodynamic, Thermochemistry & Electrochemistry
  Biomolecules
  Polymers
  Carboxylic Acids & Its Derivatives
  Amines
  Practical Organic Chemistry

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Topics From Class XI Topics From Class XII
Logarithms & Related Expressions Limits, Continuity & Derivebilities
Quadratic Equations & Expressions Method of differentiation
Sequence & Progressions Indefinite Integration
Compound Angles Definite Integration
Trignometric Function, Equations & Inequations Application of Derivatives
Solutions of Triangles Determinants and Matrices
Circles Vectors
Straight Lines & Pair of Lines 3 Dimensional Geometery
Binomial Theorems Probability
Permutations & Combinations Differential Equations
Sets, Relations & Functions Area Under Curve
Mathematical Inductions & Reasoning Parabola, Elipse, Hyperbola
  Complex Number
  Statistics

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JEE Main 2021 Sample Paper

Once a student has completed the syllabus for JEE Main exam, it is ideal to start taking full syllabus exams. Solving sample papers designed for JEE Main 2021 help in getting an idea about the exam pattern and how to manage time. Candidates can consider previous year papers as a good benchmark for practice. These sample papers are available for both Paper I and Paper II in online mode, and can be downloaded and printed for practice. 

Check this article for JEE Main 2021 Sample Papers.

JEE Main 2021 Books

For each of the subjects in the JEE Main exam, there are multiple books which can be considered for different approaches to the subject. For instance, some reference books/ textbooks will be great for understanding the topic, while others are best for practicing more challenging problems and getting better at the subject. Experts at Embibe constantly assess the exam papers every year and suggest the Best Books for IIT JEE Preparation that you should use to prepare for the exam.

Best Books For JEE Main Physics

BOOK

AUTHOR

NCERT Textbooks for Physics

NCERT

Concepts of Physics Vol 1 and Vol 2

HC Verma

Fundamentals of Physics

Halliday & Resnick

Understanding Physics set of 5 books

DC Pandey

40 Years’ Chapterwise Topicwise Solved Papers (2018-1979) IIT JEE Physics

DC Pandey

Best Books for JEE Main Chemistry

Book

Author

NCERT Textbooks for Chemistry

NCERT

A textbook of Physical Chemistry

Dr. R.K Gupta

A textbook of Organic Chemistry

Dr. O.P. Tandon

A textbook of Inorganic Chemistry

Dr. O.P. Tandon

41 Years Chapterwise Topicwise Solved Papers (2019-1979) IIT JEE Chemistry

Ranjeet Shahi

Best Books for JEE Main Mathematics

Book

Author

NCERT Textbooks for Mathematics

NCERT

Objective Mathematics Vol 1 and Vol 2

R.D. Sharma

Complete Mathematics (TMH)

Ravi Prakash, Ajay Kumar, Usha Gupta

Arihant Skills in Mathematics- Set of 7 books

Dr. SK Goyal, Amit M Agarwal

JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers, Answer Key Solutions

To tackle JEE Main exams, students should empower themselves with as much knowledge and practice as possible. To familiarize oneself with the JEE exams, it is ideal to practice previous year questions papers by JEE. By approaching previous year JEE Main papers, students recognize the difficulty level of the exam and the amount of preparation required to crack the exam. Check this article for All Previous Year JEE Main Question Papers with Solutions.

NTA has released the official JEE Main March Answer Key 2021 on March 23. Students who gave the JEE Main 2021 can check the answer key by logging in the NTA website with their roll no. 

JEE Main 2021 Preparation Tips

JEE Main examination is considered as the most sought after exam that contains questions that are complex in nature even though it adheres to the topics mentioned in the syllabus. However, with enough practice, diligence, and discipline to study, candidates can go through the exam successfully and get admission in their desired college. Even according to the Director of IIT Delhi – V Ramgopal Rao, the JEE exam is designed to be tough as to eliminate the huge amount of candidates that apply and sift the best of the best to be admitted in premier institutes.  

The recent challenge for students has been to study from home. According to how their school or coaching classes operate, students may seek assistance from online lectures and study sessions. Meanwhile, NTA provides textbooks and study material on their website for students so that they can study conveniently from home. However, students do need a comprehensive plan to study and get a good ranking in the JEE Main exam. 

Here are a few critical tips that students should bear in mind while studying for JEE Main:

  • Give equal importance to all topics at first and cover the complete syllabus including the NCERT textbooks.
  • While keeping that in mind, plan a time-table to determine how you aim to complete the syllabus and achieve your goal.
  • After preparing a timetable, ensure that you focus on all subjects and get adequate rest as well.
  • After you complete each chapter, you can practice individual chapters on Embibe to thoroughly grasp everything.
  • Once you have completed the syllabus, you can take mock tests for JEE Main that will help you identify weak areas that need to be polished.
  • By continuously practicing all subjects and strengthening weaknesses, the only concern left is to ensure that you can complete questions in time.
  • By giving more mock tests, you get a better understanding of dividing time between different questions and getting the most out of the exam.

You should also check out Preparation Tips for JEE Main 2021 for a section-wise breakdown of how you can tackle the JEE Main exam.

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JEE Main 2021 Mock Tests

JEE Main 2021 is a 3 hour exam, which means that students need to be attentive and vigilant during the exam and complete it with best possible speed and accuracy. To achieve this, students must attempt as many mock tests as possible.

By taking a mock exam, students get a sense of how much time is required to complete all questions, how difficult questions eat up a lot of time, and how to balance time and complete the exam. Considering that every wrong answer leads to deduction of 1 mark, it is important to be accurate in reading questions. Any kind of haste during the exam may lead to failed attempts and every mark counts.

To help students attain a good ranking, mock tests serve as a good training ground to cover all subjects and identify weak areas. JEE Main 2021 Mock Tests by Embibe are designed to cover each and every topic of the syllabus and provide detailed reports to show time taken for each question, accuracy, weak areas and tips to improve your score.

JEE Main 2021 Admit Card

To appear for the JEE Main exam and enter the exam centre, an admit card is required. When a candidate completes the payment of application fees, they receive their JEE Mains Admit Card, that contains details regarding their exam centre, reporting time, roll no., shift, test centre no., exam timing, and important instructions. 

The JEE Main admit card is issued by NTA and becomes available for candidates to download from the official website. The admit card is normally issued 15 days prior to the exam date, and it is mandatory for students to carry a printout of the admit card to the exam centre. The admit card for JEE Main February session 2021 is available now. It is also advisable for students to retain the admit card as it is required for reference throughout the admission and counselling process.

JEE Main 2021 Exam Day Guidelines

Considering the Covid-19 pandemic, NTA takes into account the safety of the students and issues guidelines for institutes as well as students. These guidelines are also about how to appear for JEE Main, what documents to carry, the kind of clothing to be worn, and the things they are allowed to carry. Here are the JEE Main 2021 Exam Day Guidelines:

(1) Candidates must carry the JEE Main 2020 Admit Card and a valid photo ID proof to the exam hall.

(2) Visit the exam centre one day before the exam and report to the exam hall 30 minutes before the commencement of the exam.

(3) A seat indicating Roll Number will be allocated to each candidate. You should find yours and occupy the allocated seat only. If you are found to have changed your seat, your candidature may be cancelled.

(4) Students need to carry their own geometry boxes and stationeries (applicable for JEE Main Paper 2).

(5) Carry a copy of the requested documents on the day of your JEE Main exam and submit the same to the invigilator at the examination centre.

(6) Write your Roll No. on the copy of the documents being submitted.

(7) Carry an original copy of a valid photo identity proof issued by the government (PAN Card, Driving License, Voter ID, Passport, Aadhaar Card with Photograph, E-Aadhar, Ration Card, Aadhaar Enrollment Number with Photo) to the examination hall.

(8) Carry PwD Certificate issued by a competent authority (if applicable).

JEE Main 2021 Result

NTA declares the results for JEE Main exams, which will consist of the marks scored, All India Ranks, merit list, as well as list of cut offs. Candidates can check their JEE Main result on jeemain.nta.nic.in – the official website. To check their results candidates have to enter their application number (from the admit card) and date of birth.

The result for JEE Main 2021 March session have been released by NTA on the official website. Candidates can use thier date of birth, application number and security pin to chech their results.

Alternatively, you can explore this article to check JEE Main Result, Scorecard, AIR, and Toppers List. Here, you will also find detailed instructions about how to check your result and then commence the admission process.

JEE Main 2021 Cut Off

The JEE Main 2020 Cutoff will be announced along with the result. Candidates who secure the cutoff score as per their category will be considered for All India Merit List. Last year, JEE Main cutoff score for General Category candidate was 89.7548849 while for OBC-NCL it was 74.3166557. Candidates can the table below for JEE main cut off score for the last 7 years.

JEE Mains Cutoff Trends

Category

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

Open

90.3765335 89.7548849

74

81

100

105

Gen EWS

70.2435518

78.2174869

OBC NCL

72.8887969

74.3166557

45

49

70

70

SC

50.1760245

54.0128155

29

32

52

50

ST

39.0696101

44.3345172

24

27

48

44

PWD

0.0618524

0.11371730

-35

01

JEE Main 2021 Toppers

Since the JEE Main Result for March session has been released, the list of toppers is now available. 13 students have topped (secured a perfect 100 NTA score) JEE Main. The list of 100 percentilers is here:

Name of JEE Main March Topper State
Bannuru Rohit Kumar Reddy Telangana
Madur Adarsh Reddy Telangana
Josyula Venkata Aditya Telangana
Mridul Agarwal Rajasthan
Zenith Malhotra Rajasthan
Rohit Kumar Rajasthan
Siddharth Kalra NCT Delhi
Kavya Chopra NCT Delhi
Bakshi Gargi Makarand Maharashtra
Atharva Abhijeet Tambat Maharashtra
Bratin Mondal West Bengal
Ashwin Abraham Tamil Nadu
Kumar Satyadarshi Bihar

In February session of JEE Main 2021, 6 students have scored a perfect 100 NTA score (percentile). Here is the complete list of toppers:

Candidates Name State Code of Eligibility
ANANTH KRISHNA KIDAMBI GUJARAT
GURAMRIT SINGH CHANDIGARH
PRAVAR KATARIA DELHI (NCT)
RANJIM PRABAL DAS DELHI (NCT)
SAKET JHA RAJASTHAN
SIDDHANT MUKHERJEE MAHARASHTRA

Check this article for the list of JEE Main 2021 Toppers for knowing the state-wise toppers along with their score. Furthermore, it also includes the list of toppers from the previous year for context.

JEE Main 2021 Rank Predictor

After getting the JEE Main answer key, candidates are eager to determine their ranking and the colleges they can get admission into. JEE Main rank predictor, also known as rank predictor is a great tool for students which can be used for free to predict the JEE Main 2021 rank. It performs a trend analysis for the last 5 years and helps in predicting the rank for 2021. 

Check this article for JEE Main 2021 Rank Predictor

JEE Main 2021 Percentile Vs Marks

JEE Main scores are declared in the form of marks scored in the exam. While the final results provide both marks and percentile, students would generally prefer to determine their ranking on the basis of how many marks they scored. Let’s look at how you can determine your percentile from your marks:

The formula to calculate percentile score for JEE Main is:

Percentile Score of a Candidate = 100 x (Number of candidates who secured a raw score (or actual score) EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate) / (Total number of candidates who appeared in that session)

Let’s take an example to understand this:

The number of candidates that appeared in a particular session are 50,000, and the highest scored marks for the session are 275 (out of total 300 marks). Also, the number of candidates who scored the highest is 1 (there can be more than one), and the number of candidates that scored less than the highest (274) are 50,000. Accordingly, if a candidate has scored 120, and the number of candidates who have scored less than 120 are 37244,

Percentile Score secured by the topper, Candidate A = (100 x 50,000)/50,000 = 100

However, the Percentile scored by Candidate B = (100 x 37244)/50,000 = 74.488

Accordingly, by determining the percentile, students can calculate their rank and roughly determine if they are due for JEE Advanced or enter their desired colleges. Eventually at the result date, NTA releases the list of toppers and JEE Main cutoff scores.

It is also ideal to thoroughly understand Normalization and Calculation of JEE Main Percentile to examine how NTA calculates the score and similarly approach the calculation of rank by looking at the trend analysis for the last 5 years.

Detailed JEE Main Percentile Vs Ranks 2020

JEE Main Question Papers, Answer Key and Solutions:

Get the JEE Main Question Papers, Answer Key, Detailed Solutions and in-depth Analysis of all the JEE Main papers for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019. Get the best analysis of the JEE Main from IITians and subject matter experts.

JEE Main 2020 Question Papers – January Attempt

Tabulated below are all the 8 papers of the JEE Main 2020 January session. Get all the JEE Main April 2020 Question Papers here.

Paper Test Link
JEE Main 2020 Paper 7th January – Shift 1 Click Here
JEE Main 2020 Paper 7th January – Shift 2 Click Here
JEE Main 2020 Paper 8th January – Shift 1 Click Here
JEE Main 2020 Paper 8th January – Shift 2 Click Here
JEE Main 2020 Paper 9th January – Shift 1 Click Here
JEE Main 2020 Paper 9th January – Shift 2 Click Here

JEE Main 2019 Question Papers – January Session 

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JEE Main 2019 Question Papers – April Session

Paper Question Paper Test Link
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JEE Main 2018 Question Papers: Offline Exam (8th April)

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JEE Main 2018 Offline Question Paper – Set C

JEE Main 2018 Offline Question Paper – Set D

JEE Main 2017 Question Papers: Offline Exam (2nd April)

JEE Main 2017 Question Paper

JEE Main 2016 Question Papers: Offline Exam (3rd April)

Download question papers (for all paper codes) for the JEE Main 2016 Offline exam held on 3rd April.

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JEE Main 2016 Question Papers: Online Exam (9th and 10th April)

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Question Papers for every paper code of the offline JEE Main on 4th April 2015.

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JEE Main 2015 Question Papers: Online Exam (April 2015)

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JEE Main 2014 Question Papers: Online Exam (April 2014)

The Question Papers for all 4 of the online exams held for JEE Main 2014

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JEE Main 2018 Answer Key

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JEE Main 2018 Offline Exam Answer Key – Set D

JEE Main 2017 Offline Exam Answer Key

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JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam Answer Key

Here are the answer keys for JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam all paper codes.

JEE Main 2016 Answer Key Code ‘E’

JEE Main 2016 Answer Key Code ‘F’

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JEE Main 2016 Online Exams Answer Key

JEE Main 2016 Online Exam Answer Key – 9th April

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JEE Main 2015 Online Exam Answer Key

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JEE Main 2018 Offline Detailed Solutions

JEE Main 2018 Offline Detailed Solutions – Set A

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JEE Main 2018 Offline Detailed Solutions – Set C

JEE Main 2018 Offline Detailed Solutions – Set D

JEE Main 2017 Offline Detailed Solutions

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JEE Main 2016 Detailed Solutions

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JEE Main 2015 Online Exam Solutions

The solutions for the online exam for JEE Main 2015, held on 10th and 11th April.

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JEE Main 2018 Offline Paper Detailed Analysis

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JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam in-depth Analysis

JEE Main 2016 cut off

The JEE Main 2016 paper was easier than in 2015, which should increase the cut offs. However, since more students are going to be shortlisted (2 lac instead of 1.5 lac), the net cut offs will be lower than that of the previous year.

Chapterwise Weightage

The pie charts for each of the subjects below show how certain chapters have been more important than others in this year’s exam. Moreover, by using Embibe’s Learn Digest Question Pack, students would have gained a leg up during preparation. Concepts and questions from 80% of the top 15 chapters in Mathematics were represented in the Digest, as were 66.7% of Physics chapters and 53.3% of Chemistry chapters.

 
 
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Helpful links for the highest weighted (important) chapters –
 

Most important Physics chapters in JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam

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Most important Chemistry chapters in JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam

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Most important Mathematics chapters in JEE Main 2016 Offline Exam

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JEE Main 2016 – 11th vs 12th Weightage

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Let’s look deeper into accuracy, careless mistakes and time management. We had over 2000 questions on Embibe extremely similar to the questions asked in the JEE Main 2016. The attempts by students on those questions alone were over 5 lac. We compiled the data of these 5 lac+ attempts.

Top 5 chapters with lowest predicted accuracy

Here are the chapters where the accuracy sunk the lowest –

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Top 5 chapters where highest careless mistakes are likely to be made

We track careless mistakes! These were the important chapters where most students made careless mistakes.

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Top 5 chapters where students will feel a time crunch

This is collected through the data of overtime attempts. Here are the chapters where students wasted too much per question because they didn’t know the fastest ways to solve them.

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We can take this same analysis even deeper, on to the concept level! For every question you practice on Embibe, we know its difficulty, concepts, and even formulae required to solve it.

Top 5 concepts with lowest accuracy

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JEE Main 2021 Counselling

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority also known as JoSAA manages the counselling process after JEE Main results are out. The JEE Main seat counselling is held in six rounds, depending on the availability of seats. JoSAA looks after admission of candidates into NITs, IIITs, GFTIs, and other institutions participating in the admission process. Candidates start the process by registering on josaa.nic.in – the official website for JoSAA counselling. 

Throughout the process, it is ideal to carry the following original documents for document verification:

  1. JEE Main Provisional Seat Allocation Letter
  2. JEE Main Rank Card
  3. 10th & 12th Marksheet
  4. JEE Main Counselling Form
  5. 2 Passport Size Photos
  6. JEE Main 2020 Admit Card
  7. Category Certificate (if any)
  8. Medical Fitness Certificate

Check this table for JEE Main 2021 Seat Matrix:

Sr No

Institutes Types

Numbers

Number of Seats

Admission Through

1

IITs

22

12154

JEE Advanced

2

NITs

31

17967

JEE Mains

3

IIITs

25

4091

JEE Mains

4

CFTIs

28

5654

JEE Mains

5

Private Universities/Institutes

25

NA

JEE Mains

6

States

12

NA

JEE Mains

 

Total

 

39866

 

Check this article for detailed JoSAA Counselling and Seat Allotment 2021.

JEE Main 2021 Participating Institutions

As JEE Main is a premier competitive exam for B.E./B.Tech., B.Plan., and B.Arch. courses, institutes are listed prior to the counselling session so that students can compare and consider institutes before selection. During the counselling session, students have to select their preferred institutes which they can be eligible for. The list of participating colleges helps students to figure out their options and choose the best institute for their future. 

Check this article for the complete list of JEE Main 2021 Participating Institutes.

The main criterion which should determine your decision to go with JEE Main online exam is how comfortable you are with computers and computer-based tests (CBT). At Embibe, you have all the resources that you need to crack the exam. Here, you can give as many JEE Main Mock Tests as you want (free of cost), both for JEE Main and JEE Advanced. You can even try the previous years papers to see exactly where you stand so that you can improve in your weak points.

JEE Main seems like a tough exam, but it really is not. Coaching is important, but what’s more important is proper guidance and mentoring. Proper planning, consistent hard work and dedication will definitely lead you to success. Do your preparations, use Embibe for practice, tests and improve your score.

Frequently Asked Questions About NTA JEE Main 2021

Question: Is there any change in the JEE Main 2021 syllabus?
Answer: No, the syllabus is the same as it was for 2020. Check the syllabus section of this page to know more about the syllabus.
Question: When is the last date to pay JEE Main 2021 application fees?
Answer: The last date to pay the application fees for March 2021 closed on March 10th. The application window for the April session will open soon.
Question: Has JEE Main April Session been postponed?
Answer
: Yes. The third session of the exam has been postponed till further notice and the new dates will be announced 15 days before the exam date.
Question: What are the exam timings for JEE Mains exam?
Answer
: The JEE Main paper 1 timings for the first shift (morning) are 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (IST), and timings for the second shift (afternoon) are 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (IST). JEE Main paper 2 timing is 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
Question: Has the admit card for JEE Main March session been released by the NTA?
Answer: Yes, NTA has released the JEE Main Admit Card on March 11, 2021, on the official website – https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/
Question: When can I register for the JEE Main 2021 exam?
Answer
: The last date of registration for the April session is on April 4, candidates can register now on the official website.
Question: How can I register for the JEE Main 2021 exam?
Answer
: You can only register for the exam online, for which the official website is jeemain.nta.nic.in.
Question: When will JEE Main Official Notification be released?
Answer
: NTA has released the official notification for the exam. The details mentioned in the information bulletin have been updated on this page.
Question: Who can apply for the JEE Mains 2021 exam?
Answer
: Candidates who have passed the Joint Entrance Exam in 2019, 2020, and will appear in 2021 can appear for the exam. There is no age criteria for taking the exam.
Question: How can I practice for JEE Main exams?
Answer
: There are many different ways to improve your score. Firstly, you can Practice questions Online in a topic-wise manner, which will help strengthen your basics. After you have completed practicing topics, you can take Mock Tests.
Question: Can I crack JEE Mains without coaching classes?
Answer
: Coaching classes are a question of preference for each student. If you are not able to grasp topics/subjects at school or face difficulty during practice, you can consider coaching classes. However, there are ample resources available online in terms of videos, reference books, as well as sample papers, and mock tests. Alternatively, you can also try Practicing Topics Online on Embibe where the AI-enabled platform ensures that you cover the entire course through questions and you can also access videos for each topic. Furthermore, you can also take mock tests and Get Sample Papers Online to improve your score.
Question: What items are allowed in the JEE exam center according to the new guidelines?
Answer: According to recent updates, you can carry:
-Your Admit Card
-Transparent Ball Point Pen
-Additional Photograph for attendance sheet
-Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
-Transparent water bottle
Question: How many times can I attempt the JEE exam?
Answer
: You can attempt the exam 6 times in a time span of 3 years from passing the 12th standard exams.

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