JEE Main (January) 2020, being conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), started on January 6 and concluded on January 9. The computer-based exam consisted of three papers (I, II and II).
Examination for Papers II and III was conducted on the very first day (January 6) while Paper I was held from January 7 to 9. Paper I was held for admission to B E and B Tech courses while Paper II and III were held for admission to B Arch and B Planning courses.
According to reports, the computer-based exam was moderately difficult this year, with the Physics part said to be tougher than Mathematics and Chemistry.
The NTA plans to release the official results for JEE Main (January) 2020 by January 31, 2020, as per reports. Furthermore, NTA is expected to release a provision answer key and invite objections from students before announcing the final answer key. The objections, if any, would undergo scrutiny from an expert panel and in case the objections are valid, the answer key will be rectified accordingly. Moreover, based on the final answer key, raw scores of candidates will be prepared.
With only 21 days left before the JEE Main result deadline, it is expected that NTA will release the answer key soon. Additionally, NTA will release the candidate’s response sheet along with the answer key, both of which can be found on JEE Main official website https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/.