Here’s how to check JEE Mains 2021 result in five easy steps
- The results for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains 2021, held in February, is likely to be declared today.
- A total of 6.61 lakh students registered to participate in the JEE Main exam, held from February 23 to February 26.
- Listed below are the five easy steps that you can follow to check and download your JEE Mains result.
NTA, on March 1, had released the provisional answer key for the February examination, and the candidates were given time to raise objections. Subject experts examined the objections raised by them, and the final answer key was prepared after that. A total of 6.61 lakh students registered to participate in the JEE Main exam, held from February 23 to February 26.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) had set up 852 examination centres across the country.
The students will be able to download the scorecard through NTA and JEE Mains' official websites — nta.ac.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in — once the testing agency releases the final score.
Here's how to check and download your JEE Mains result in five easy steps:
- Log on to the official websites of NTA or JEE Mains — nta.ac.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in.
- Under latest on the NTA website, click on view result/scorecard.
- Enter the required details such as JEE Main application number and date of birth
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- You can also take a print out of the scorecard by hitting the printer option on the screen.
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