The National Testing Agency would announce the result of Joint Entrance Exam – Mains (JEE-Mains) session 4 on late September 10 (Friday). Candidates may check their score at official websites – jeemain.nta.nic.in, ntaresults.nic.in and nta.ac.in.

It is expected that the result would be declared today as the registration process for JEE – Advance would begin from tomorrow, as per the information shared by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur. 

The category-wise cut-off and all India merit list would be announced along with the result of JEE Mains 4th session.

JEE Main result 2021 4th session will be announced for both paper 1 – BE, BTech and paper 2 – BArch and BPlanning. 


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JEE Mains 4th Session Result: How to download?

Candidates may check/ download their results by following the below-mentioned steps: 

Step 1: Go to the official website of NTA – jeemain.nta.nic.in.

Step 2: Click on the link which read, “JEE MAINS 4TH SESSION RESULT 2021.”

Step 3: Enter all the required credentials and click on the “submit” button. 

Step 4: Result would appear, check and download it. 

Step 5: Take a printout for further reference. 


JEE Mains 4th Session Result: Marking Scheme

The JEE Main paper comprised -- Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Each subject had multiple-choice questions and numerical-based questions.

The marking scheme for JEE Mains 2021 is:

Section-A (MCQs)

Correct answer: +4 marks

Incorrect answer: -1 mark

Unanswered: 0

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Section-B (Numerical questions)

Correct answer: +4 marks

Incorrect answer: 0

Unanswered: 0


JEE Mains 4th Session Result: Changes introduced by NTA

  • This year, NTA has changed the tie-breaker formula.
  • JEE mains and other competitive exams would be more crucial as “Board Exam Criteria” has been relaxed by the government. 
  • Candidates may apply for JEE mains multiply times, which would definitely increase competition and the cut-off is expected to go high. 
  • NTA has also dropped the age criteria, this year.

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