How To Access JEE Mock Exam In Training Center
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JEE Mock Exam in Training Center: On its official website, nta.ac.in, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has published mock tests for the forthcoming Joint Engineering Entrance (JEE Main 2021) exams. For Paper-1, Paper-2, and Paper-3, it has released separate mock exams. The engineering candidates will pursue Paper-1, Paper-2 will be for architecture candidates, and Paper-3 will be for planning applicants. Students are also enabled at the NTA test practice center to book the mock test slot by logging in with the credentials issued. The old mock tests available on the NTA website can also be attempted by JEE Main 2021 applicants. The previous JEE Main Question Papers have been uploaded by NTA and can be viewed online at nta.ac.in/quiz. JEE Main 2021 will take place in four stages, with the first from 23 to 26 February. The JEE Key 2021 mock tests are based on the structure and labeling scheme of the current question paper. NTA extended the last date for admission for the JEE Key 2021 February exam until 31 January.
Steps for accessing the JEE Mock Exam In Training Center
- Visit the NTA website nta.ac.in, click over the 'student' tab and under the exam practice column, and pick registration for mock test @tpc
- By entering your name, email address, phone number, and generating a new password, sign up for the test practice centers.
- Then log in again with an email ID or number and password to the research practice center portal.
- On the platform, the different available slot is shown, candidates may pick the desired slot
- Enter the JEE mock test examination center pin code from where the test will be attempted.
- Click on the reservation button
JEE Main evaluation pattern for mock: The questions will be labeled with different colors red for unanswered questions, grey for unanswered questions, green for questions asked, purple for responses marked for analysis, and purple for unanswered questions marked for review. The questions will be marked with different colors. This helps students get a clear understanding of the pattern of the exam and can overcome some form of nervousness for the final day.
JEE Main ancient mock exams: In addition to the new JEE mock exam in training centers, candidates can also try the previous papers by visiting nta.ac.in/quiz, choosing the desired paper from the drop-down menu, viewing the mock test login window, pressing login without entering any information, and beginning the mock test with a timer on the screen. As soon as the JEE Main mock test is done, the students will get instant results on the login page. If the applicants are unable to complete the mock test in the time allotted, the window will be closed and zero will be marked for the unattempted questions.
JEE Main Curriculum: Paper 1 will have a total of 90 questions, 25 each from Physics, Chemistry, and Maths, as per the latest JEE Main 2021 exam format. There will be 20 Multiple Choice Questions and 10 numerical questions per subject. Five out of 10 numerical questions will be optional and there will be no negative labeling for such numerical questions.