Preparation Tips for JEE Main 2019 January exam will be different as the exam is after a few weeks. The online registrations for selecting the Test Practise Centres (TPCs) began from September 1, 2018.
The National Testing Agency will conduct the first JEE Main 2019 exam in online mode on January 9, 10, 11 and 12 (Paper I) and on January 8 (Paper II). The test is a computer-based exam for which mock tests are available from September 1. The result for the JEE Main January 2019 exam will be announced on January 31.
New changes in JEE Main 2019
- National Testing Agency has taken over from CBSE and will conduct the exam twice now in online mode – once in January and then in April
- Candidates can appear for one of the exams or both the exams
- For JEE Main Paper II, applicants must have secured at least 50% marks overall in the qualifying exam and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics individually as recommended by Council of Architecture (CoA) to NTA.
- For ranking purposes the greater score will be considered for JoSAA counselling and admissions to the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs
- JEE Main Mock tests is available from September 1, 2018. Students with no access to computers can go to the nearest practice centre to take the mock tests
- To eliminate malpractices, each candidate will get a unique question paper
- 5 lakh Common Service Centres (CSC) have mentioned where students can fill the application, pay fees, upload documents, download admit card and all such activities at a nominal fees
- Age Limit has been removed, and application fees is revised by NTA.
- The number of exam cities has been increased to 264 and those overseas have been decreased to 9 (Dhaka is not an option anymore)
Things that remains same in JEE Main 2019
- The eligibility criteria for the exam are same
- The exam pattern, syllabus, application fees, process of applying remains same