The Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main 2022 answer key and questionnaires and recorded answers have been released. National Testing Agency, NTA releases JEE Main online response key at jeemain.nta.nic.in. Students may view the key to the interim response and raise objections, if any, until 4 July 2022.
The NTA has uploaded a temporary response key for both Paper 1 and Paper 2. A counter-opening window is also now open. Candidates can challenge the provision of a temporary reply by paying Rs. 200 per question. Please note, money is not refundable. The opposition window will remain open until 5pm on July 4, 2022. A direct link to the response key and key instructions and how to calculate marks is provided below.
JEE Main 2022 June Session Answer Keys, Question Paper and Recorded Answers -
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The challenges or objections raised will be considered and verified by a team of experts. If the same thing is accepted, the response key will be updated. Based on the changes, if any, the final answer key will be provided. The main effect of the JEE will then be calculated on the basis of the final response keyword.
The NTA also advises students to use the interim response key and express opposition in the window to do so. Any communication found outside the window or in any other way will be briefly denied. Also, an objection raised without a fee will also be rejected. The window closes at 5:00 pm on July 4, 2022.
JEE Mains 2022:
How to calculate marks
With the JEE Main 2022 answer keys released, students can also count their marks on their JEE Main 2022 Session 1. As for the percentile, it is almost impossible for students to do so. Students can check out JEE Main 2022 Marks vs Percentile here for a brief overview of what percentage they can expect.
To calculate marks, learners need to calculate the correct questions and the total number of incorrect questions. JEE Main 2022 Score = 4 X Total Wrong Answers - Total Marked Wrong Answers.
Remember, from this year, there is a negative marking for all questions. Even number-based questions can be counterproductive if the answer is not inclusive. No marking for unanswered queries.