JEE Main April results will not be released today: Officials

Ayushi Chamoli


JEE Main April results will not be released today: Officials

21 Apr 2019: JEE Main April results will not be released today: Officials

The National Testing Agency (NTA) concluded the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2019 for the April phase on April 12.

Amid candidates' anticipation for the results, NTA officials have confirmed that the results will not be coming out on Sunday.

Although the official notice released earlier stated that the test results will be out before April 30, they are expected much sooner.

Here's more.

Details: Details about the results to be given on Monday

While talking about the declaration of JEE Main result date, the NTA official said, "We will be able to say anything specific by Monday only."

The students are suggested to keep a check on the official website for JEE Main 2019, jeemain.nic.in for any update by NTA.

Meanwhile, the candidates can check for the answer key available on the official website.

Answer Key: Here are the steps to check JEE Main answer key

To check the answer key, follow the steps below:

Visit the official JEE Main website, jeemain.nic.in

Click on "Display question papers and response" tab on the homepage.

Log in using either application number and password or application number and date of birth.

The answer key will appear on the screen and the candidate can take a print out for future reference.

Fact: Final merit list will be announced by April end

Further, the candidates who have appeared for JEE Main in both January and April exams will get the final percentile by considering the best out of two. After merging all the candidates from both exam sessions, the final merit list will be announced.

Marks: Know the changes made by NTA in marking scheme

As per the changes, candidates won't be given any ranks.

NTA will merge the raw marks obtained in each subject to calculate percentiles.

However, raw scores in each subject will be used to break ties between candidates.

Those with higher marks in Mathematics will be given preference, followed by Physics, and then Chemistry.

Lastly, the dates of birth of the candidates will be considered.