JEE Main 2023, Session 2 Live Updates: NTA Begins April 13 Exam

    The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the last two exams of JEE Main 2023, Session 2, with provisional and final answer keys to be released soon.

    JEE Main 2023, Session 2 Underway

    The National Testing Agency (NTA) has begun conducting the last two exams for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023, Session 2. The exams will conclude on April 15, after which the NTA will release the provisional answer key, followed by the final one on the official website —

    Exam Analysis and Allowed Items in the Examination Hall

    In the April 12 exam, Physics was considered the easiest portion, while Mathematics was rated as the toughest. The exam was largely based on the NCERT textbooks and previous years’ question papers.

    Students are not allowed to carry anything inside the examination hall except a transparent ballpoint pen, admit card and Aadhaar card. Transparent water bottles are also permitted in the exam hall. Personal masks are not allowed, as every student will be given a fresh surgical mask upon entry.

    Best NTA Scores and Merit List Preparation

    For candidates appearing in both sessions of JEE Main 2023, the best of their NTA scores will be considered for the preparation of the merit list and ranking.

    OCI Candidates and JEE Main 2023 Session 2 Exam

    The NTA has announced that Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) will not take the JEE Main 2023 exam and will no longer be considered as foreign national candidates. Instead, they will be included in the common merit list for general category seats during the process of seat allocations. Previously, 10% of supernumerary seats were reserved for foreign nationals.

    JEE Main 2023 Session 2: What’s Next?

    As the JEE Main 2023, Session 2 exams are underway, students will be eagerly awaiting the release of the provisional and final answer keys to assess their performance. The NTA’s decision to include OCI and PIO candidates in the common merit list could also impact seat allocations and merit list rankings.

    JEE Main is a crucial exam for students aspiring to pursue engineering in India, and the outcome of these exams will significantly impact their academic and professional paths. With the conclusion of Session 2 exams on April 15, candidates, educators, and policymakers will be closely monitoring the release of answer keys and results, as well as any further developments surrounding the JEE Main 2023 exams.

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