JEE Main 2024 Exam Date: Session 1, 2 Application Form & Admit CardMay 19, 2023
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The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the JEE Main Session 2 exam on April 6, 8, 10, 11, and 12, 2023. Candidates were allowed to register for Session 2 until March 12, 2023. The exam authority has earlier released the JEE Main exam day guidelines for 2023 in the information bulletin on its official website. We advise candidates taking the NTA JEE exam to check the JEE Main guidelines and adhere to them while appearing in the exam.
At the exam centre, candidates must bring their JEE Main admit card, a current photo ID, and a self-declaration form. Understanding the different JEE Main exam standards is crucial since it enables candidates to prevent unintentional mistakes. Continue reading to get more clarity regarding the JEE Main 2023 exam day instructions, dos and don’ts, information about the question paper, and reporting time.
– JEE Main Session 2 exam will be held on April 6, 8, 10, 11, and 12, 2023. (Practice All India JEE Main mock test series 2023).
– NTA will release the JEE Main Session 2 admit card in the last week of March, tentatively.
– JEE Main application form correction window for Session 2 was active from March 13 to 14, 2023.
– Candidates can check the JEE Main 2023 revised eligibility criterion for IITs, NITs and CFTIs admission (Check PDF Here).
– Check JEE Main Session 1 exam analysis (live).
Aspirants must be aware of the JEE Main exam overview besides the JEE Main rules, especially when they are taking JEE Main for the first time. Before discussing the details of the JEE Main guidelines, let us carefully check the overview of the JEE Main exam.
|Exam Name||JEE Main 2023|
|Conducting Body||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|Number of Attempts (2023)||Two Consecutive Years ( 2023 and 2024 for Candidates Appearing in Class 12 exam in 2023)|
Candidates can take a look at the important JEE Mains rules and regulations 2023 in the following para:
Here are the important instructions for JEE Mains 2023 related to the ID card, admit card, and other documents required at the JEE Main exam centre:
You can download JEE Main previous year guidelines (2023) in PDF right here: Download Guidelines
Here are a few important guidelines regarding the JEE Main admit card:
Candidates willing to crack JEE Main 2023 in one go must take the practice mock test series offered by Embibe. The steps to follow the same is given here along with the mock test links:
|Attempt JEE Main Mock Tests 2023|
|All India JEE Mock Test – 1||All India JEE Mock Test – 2|
|All India JEE Mock Test – 3||All India JEE Mock Test – 4|
|All India JEE Mock Test – 5||All India JEE Mock Test – 6|
|All India JEE Mock Test – 7||All India JEE Mock Test – 8|
|JEE Main 2023 Predicted Question Paper-1||JEE Main 2023 Predicted Question Paper-2|
According to the updated guidelines and JEE Mains rules by NTA JEE Main 2023, candidates are not permitted to enter the JEE Mains exam hall carrying electronic devices. Suppose the candidate has mobile phones, calculators, a log table, slide rules, a pager, or any other instrument at the examination time.
In that case, their candidature will fall under unfair means, and their examination will be revoked. They will be debarred from appearing for future examinations. So, read all the JEE Mains 2023 instructions and guidelines before appearing for the examination.
Below is the exam day schedule and time for JEE Mains. We have extracted the information and provided you in simple words in the table below.
|Events||Morning Shift||Afternoon Shift|
|Exam Timings||9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon||3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (6:30 PM for Paper 2)|
|Duration of The Exam||3 Hours||3 Hours (3:30 Hours for Paper 2)|
|Entry to The Examination Centre||7:30 AM to 8:30 AM||2:00 PM to 2:30 PM|
|JEE Mains 2023 Instructions by the Invigilator||8:30 AM to 8:50 AM||2:30 PM to 2:50 PM|
|Candidates Log in to Read Instructions for JEE Main||8:50 AM||2:50 PM|
|Start Time of the Test||9:00 AM||3:00 PM|
|End Time of the Test||12:00 PM||6:00 PM (6:30 for Paper 2)|
NTA is the exam authority that will conduct the JEE Main 2023 in computer-based mode. This year JEE Main will be conducted twice. JEE Main 2023 is being held for 2 papers—Paper 1 is for B. E./ B.Tech admissions, while Paper 2 is for B.Arch and B.Planning admissions.
Last year, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, NTA issued a special advisory to candidates. As per the advisory, aspirants needed to sign a self-declaration form, which was released along with the JEE Main admit card.
The form was intended to collect details of the travel history of the candidate in the last 14 days as well as symptoms of COVID-19 (if any) that had to be mentioned. Aspirants were advised to follow the JEE Mains 2023 guidelines and advisory regarding COVID-19 to ensure the safe and smooth conduction of the exam.
Tabulated below are the do’s and don’ts for JEE Mains 2023 as per the JEE Mains rules and regulations 2022, which the candidates must make a note of:
|Reach the examination hall well before the commencement of the exam.||Do not carry electronic gadgets like calculators, watches with calculators, slide rules, log tables, printed or written materials, bits of paper, mobile phones, textual material, pager or any other device to the examination hall.|
|Carry the JEE Main Admit card along with you.||Do not rush while going through the JEE Mains 2023 instructions. Read them slowly and carefully.|
|Check whether the system allotted to you is in proper working condition.||Do not carry any prohibited items to the JEE Mains exam hall.|
|Ensure that all the details on the attendance sheet are correct and signatures are done at the prescribed place/column.||Do not waste time on questions you don’t know; also, don’t spend too much time on a single question.|
|Produce your admit card whenever demanded by the invigilator.||Do not solve any question in a hurry.|
|Do follow the signals the invigilator gave at the beginning of the examination, at half-time and before the exam’s closing.||Do not leave the exam hall even if you have completed the exam. Wait till the allotted time gets over.|
|Do carry a copy of the PwD certificate in the prescribed format (if applicable).||Do not solve the problems in mind; always write them down.|
|Bring your own geometry box set, erasers, colour pencils, or crayons for JEE Main Paper 2.||Don’t wear uncomfortable clothes during exams to avoid unnecessary tension.|
|Always attempt the easy and medium-level questions first as they have the same marks but consume less time.||Don’t get anxious while solving questions if you cannot solve a particular question. Move on to the next one; don’t waste time & energy on one question.|
|Do check the mains website before you go to your examination centre.||Don’t get your morale down while watching others solve questions continuously. Believe in yourself.|
Some of the most commonly asked questions on JEE Main 2023 exam day guidelines are:
Ans: The NTA strictly considers the JEE Main dress code guidelines. In the article, we have provided everything related to dressing norms for male and female aspirants, items to bring and prohibited items. You can go through this article.
Ans: The last exam of JEE Main 2023 session 2 exam falls on April 12, 2023.
Ans: You can reach the centre two hours before the commencement exam. However, everything will commence at the usual time marked by the NTA in their JEE Guidelines.
Ans: The first shift will be conducted from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., and the second shift will be conducted from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (For paper 2 – 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.).
Ans: Candidates are not allowed to wear/carry any watch or electronic gadgets in the Examination Hall as per JEE Mains rules.
|JEE Main Important Dates 2023||JEE Main 2023 Preparation Tips|
|JEE Main Exam Pattern 2023||JEE Main Question Paper 2023|
Now that you know the JEE Main exam guidelines focus on your revision and take your JEE (Main) preparation seriously. Solve important JEE Main questions from the important chapters for the exam. Also, take free JEE Main mock tests on Embibe, which will help you practise for the actual exam.
Use Embibe’s Advanced Feedback Analysis to identify the gaps in your preparation. This will help you identify your weak areas, and therefore, you can work on them to improve.
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