JEE Advanced 2020 Answer Key: Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Advanced 2020 answer keys will be released soon at the official website – jeeadv.ac.in. Indian Institute of Technology, IIT Delhi has already released the question papers.
The official answer key is slated to be released by 10 AM on September 29, 2020 on the website. JEE Advanced 2020 result is scheduled to be announced by October 5, 2020.
According to the information available, the answer key will be published online along with the window to raise objections.
Students who have taken the exam can access the same and also raise objections in case of any discrepancy in the suggested answer and the calculated answer. The window to raise objections will remain open till 5 PM tomorrow at jeeadv.ac.in.
Although several coaching institutes have already released the answer keys for the JEE Advanced examination, the official answer keys are still awaited. The marks will be calculated based on the final answer key, after objections are received on the provisional answer key.
Check how scores will be calculated for your JEE Advanced paper below.
JEE Advanced 2020: How marks will be calculated
JEE Advanced 2020 was held in two shifts for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates were required to appear for both the papers. The paper was of total 396 marks with each paper of 198 marks each. Students were needed to attempt a total of 108 questions (54 in each paper) which included 36 questions each of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
The exam pattern for the two was slightly different with different marks for a different set of questions. The marking scheme for JEE Advanced 2020 and how marks will be calculated is explained below.
|Total Questions in Physics, Chemistry & Maths||Marks for each correct answer||Negative Marking for incorrect response|
|Paper 1 & 2 – Single Correct Response||18 + 18||+3||-1|
|Paper 1 &2 – Multiple Correct Responses||18 + 18||+4||-2 with option of partial marking|
|Paper 1 & 2 Numerical Questions||18 + 18||+4||–|
As per the answer key released, students will be able to calculate their expected marks and ranks for the JEE Advanced 2020 exam. Students should take note that the final answer key will be released based on the objections raised and accordingly your final score may vary.