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    Made Mistake in JEE Main Application? Correction window is open to January 27

    Made Mistake in JEE Main Application? Correction window is open to January 27

    JEE Main 2021 registration date has just passed on january 23 and now NTA is about to open the correction window for it. The National testing Agency will open the correction window for the students who applied for JEE Main exam 2021. 

    Applicants can correct their information in the application by visiting the official website of NTA, jeemain.nta.nic.in. Correction window will remain open till 30 january. Candidates should have their application number of JEE Main and the password they have created to log in.

    According to the officials, the National Testing Agency will offer to correct the application details to only those candidates of JEE Main, who have successfully submitted their application before the last date of january 23. Through the correction window, students can cross check and correct their academics or personal details in just a few clicks. 

    Correction process

    • Visit the official website of JEE Main Exam, dedicated by NTA. 
    • Log in through the application number and the password created by the student.
    • Now click on the correction link named JEE Main 2021 correction
    • Make changes according to you and save the detail

    With the above mentioned process, students can make changes in almost all areas such as academics, personal, exam centre choices, preferred languages and etc. however, if any candidate makes changes in the category then he/she needs to pay an extra fee if they change reserved to general. Whereas there will be no refund if they change their category general to reserved.

    Earlier, students were demanding to reduce the syllabus as schools were closed due to COVID-19 pandemics. The MHRD (Now the Ministry of education) worked on the suggestion and waived off the 75% marks in higher secondary board exams.

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