NEW DELHI: The last date to raise objections on the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main answer keys for the January 2023 session is today, February 4 (7:50 pm). Candidates who appeared for the JEE Main 2023 session 1 exam held between January 24 and February 1 can challenge the answer key by paying a non-refundable fee of Rs 200 per question challenged. The jeemain.nta.nic.in website is hosting the JEE Main answer key for Paper 1 BE, BTech paper and Paper 2 BPlanning and BArch papers.
This year, over 9 lakh applicants registered for the JEE Main session 1. Of which 8.6 lakh registered for paper 1 BE, BTech and 0.46 lakh for paper 2 BArch and BPlanning. 95.8 per cent attendance was recorded in the JEE Main session 1 exam.
To check the JEE Main answer key 2023 session 2, candidates can use the JEE Main application numbers and dates of birth or passwords. Candidates can fill the online application form and challenge the provisional JEE Main 2023 answer key. The JEE Main result and the final JEE Main answer key will be issued after considering the grievances raised.
JEE Main result 2023 session 1 is expected to be declared on February 6. Meanwhile, NTA has opened the JEE Main 2023 session 1 application correction window to allow the candidates edit state code of eligibility and category. Candidates will be able to modify the code on the official website – jeemain.nta.nic.in. The last date to make corrections is February 5 till 5 pm.
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