The students will take undertake the Main 2 exam to improve their score. As many as 9.54 lakh aspirants have registered themselves for the April 2019 Main Exam, this include 6.69 Lakh aspirants who appeared in Main 1 in January.
Last year the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) had announced that the National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct JEE MAIN exam twice from 2019. The new pattern is likely to benefit students by offering a second opportunity to excel in exam. They can reappear for the second time without wasting their whole academic year.
Until this year, students had to take drop due low scores, resulting in entire year getting wasted. Two attempts will also provide students with adequate time to give their best performance in the exam.
The Main 2 will be conducted from April 7 to 20 across various test centres in India and abroad. The test will be conducted in fully online CBT mode for all the papers except drawing section of Paper II for B.Arch which will be held on Paper/Pencil mode.