Central Board Of Secondary Education-
I know you guys must have been waiting for JEE Main Answer sheet as you wanted to check your actual performance and appease yourself.
so, now the time has come when you will be able to do so, because CBSE is going to release official answer key of JEE Mains-
Read more, to know more-
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to release the official answer key of JEE Main 2018 on April 24, 2018.
The answer keys for both modes of paper I
- – online and
- offline – will be released simultaneously.
The answer keys & images of response sheets (OMR sheets) of Pen & Paper Based examination and answer keys of Computer based examination will be displayed on the website www.jeemain.nic.in during 24th – 27th April, 2018.
Rs. 1000/- Per Question-
HOW TO DOWNLOAD THE ANSWER KEY FOR JEE MAIN 2018 EXAMS-
- Log on to the official website jeemain.nic.in
- Look for the JEE MAIN 2018 answer key Download Option.
- Choose Paper I or Paper II.
- The answer key will appear on the screen.
- Download & take a printout for future usage
What after JEE Main 2018 result?
JEE Main result for Paper I is slated to be declared on 30 April in online mode. The All India Ranks obtained in JEE Main will also be announced along with the result. Candidates will also be able to download their rank cards. However, the result for Paper II will be announced on 31 May. CBSE will also announce the qualifying cutoff for JEE Advanced 2018. This year, 2,24,000 candidates will be eligible to appear for the entrance exam that allows for admissions to the IITs. An increase of 4000 students has been announced this year from the 2,20,000 eligible last year.
Admissions will be through the common counselling held by JoSAA – Joint Seat Allocation Authority for the NITs, IIITs, CFTIs and the IITs. JoSAA counselling will tentatively be held from June 19. To be prepared for counselling and fill in their choices, candidates can make use of the JEE Main cutoff which gives details of the opening and closing ranks of the past years. Based on the cutoffs, candidates can gauge the branches and institutes they may stand a chance for admissions. The cutoff varies as per the programmes, institute and category of the candidates.
As per the official data released by CBSE, as many as 1043739 candidates had registered for JEE Main 2018 held on April 8, out of which 646814 were boys, 266745 girls and 3 transgenders.