Joint Extrance Examination JEE Main 2022 Overview

In this article, we will describe the important details of the Joint Entrance Examination Main to be held in 2022. Get to know about the JEE Main 2022 dates, exam pattern, syllabus, exam preparation tips eligibility, and other details.

Introduction to JEE Main 2022

Joint Entrance Examination or JEE is going to be held in 4 sessions across 2022. This exam is the pivot in helping students choose among various courses after their 12th standard education completion. The official updates for JEE 2022 are announced on and web pages. The first announcements are expected by the third and fourth week of December 2021.

The first phase of JEE Main will be held in the month of February 2022 which will aid in initiating admissions for the courses accepting JEE Main score. Likewise, Engineering, Architecture, and Planning courses accept JEE scores. Admissions will be given to top engineering colleges accepting the JEE Mains 2022 engineering score. JEE Mains also forms the basis of eligibility for JEE Advanced Entrance Exam.

JEE Main 2022 Quick Eligibility Check
Candidates who have cleared their Class 12th in the session of March 2021, or are appearing for their board exams in 2022 are eligible for participating in the 2022 JEE Main entrance examination. Eligible candidates can appear for all 4 sessions of JEE Main 2022. The best percentile gained of all 4 attempts will be considered for admissions. Candidates desirous of admission should gain a minimum of 75% in class 12th. Depending on the COVID concerns and its impact on the students, this requirement may be relaxed in the coming sessions.

Exam pattern and syllabus
In 2022, the JEE Mains will be held completely online and the exam duration will be of 3 hours. The syllabus will be based online on the basis of class 11th and 12th syllabus is given in NCERT textbooks. Although the syllabus has been reduced by 30% by CBSE, there will be no change in the syllabus for JEE Mains. Students will have to prepare on the basis of the complete text given in the books.

Notifications for JEE Mains 2022

The first notification of JEE Main 2022 Entrance examination for the February 2022 session is expected by the end of February 2022. The main brochure of the entrance examination, syllabus and pattern will be updated accordingly. Soon after the notification, registration begins and desirous students can enroll themselves for the entrance examination. JEE Mains 2021 first session began on 23rd February 2021. thus a similar schedule is expected in 2022.

New Changes for JEE Mains 2022

A good number of changes have been introduced in the way JEE Mains 2022 will be held. Below are enlisted some of the major changes:
  • The total number of sessions for JEE Mains have been increased to 4 for B.E., B.Tech. and 2 for B.Arch and B.Planning for this year.

  • The total number of attempts have been increased to 4. Thus a candidate can appear for all 4 sessions during the year.

  • JEE Mains 2022 will be held in 13 languages. The languages include Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, English, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Telugu, Tamil and Urdu languages.

Changes in Exam Pattern

A few changes have been brought into the way the JEE Main 2022 exam will be conducted.

The total number of questions being put forth has been increased and candidates will not be given choices to attempt the questions. This is done in line with the reduced syllabus by the CBSE board. The marking scheme is as under:
For multiple-choice questions: 4 marks for each correct answer, -1 mark for each incorrect answer, no marks for un-attempted questions
For non-MCQ questions: 4 marks for each correct answer, no negative marking for incorrect or unattempted questions.

How to prepare for JEE Mains 2022 Exam?

As mentioned before, the exam will be based on the NCERT syllabus for the 11th and 12th standards on Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Furnish your knowledge and understanding of the subjects from NCERT books. If you are studying in any other medium and following other textbooks, please purchase NCERT based books for the required subjects.

  • Check previous year's question papers for JEE Mains. There could be the possibility of repetition of some questions from previous years' examinations.

  • Make relevant points and study topics that can be good for last-minute revisions.

  • What is a good way of revision for the exams?
    Once the timetable of JEE Mains is out, start preparing in a reverse manner, according to the difficulty of the subject. Of course, a subject which is difficult for one, maybe easy for others. So keep the most difficult subject for the last revision. Of course, this is my interpretation and may not apply for everyone.

    Your basic concepts like Algebra, Trigonometry, Matrices, Integration should be crystal clear. Take expert advice in case you may have doubts.
    An approximate weightage of 17% is given to Coordinate Geometry, Differential Calculus. 14% is given for Integral Calculus. Matrices and Determinants cover 7% of questions. The same applies to Sequence and Series; and Trigonometry.

    In Chemistry, understand well subjects like Acids, Bases, Electrochemistry, Periodic tables, and elemental properties. Memorize different equations, reactions using charts and diagrams.

    For Physics, have a good understanding of Atomic structures, laws of Physics. You can create acronyms for various formulae and important points. It is important to combine 2 or more statements that give better definitions for a question in concern.

    What next after JEE Main 2022?

    Once the JEE Mains results are declared, merit rank is allotted to candidates. Out of every student, the top 2,50,000 candidates become eligible to appear for JEE Advanced. In accordance, students can apply for further admission process. The admission process is conducted through 5 to 6 admission rounds.


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