JEE Main Session 4 Answer Key Released, Learn How to Raise Objections

JEE Main Session 4 Answer Key: The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Key Answer for the fourth session has been released. The JEE Mains 2021 Session 4 was held between 26 August and 2 September. The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted two undergraduate examinations daily for admission to several undergraduate engineering institutes across the country. NTA candidates are allowed to raise objections on the temporary JEE Main Answer Key until September 8 (10 AM).

Objections can be filed until September 8 in the provisional answer key

Candidates can fill out the online application form and challenge the provisional JEE Main 2021 Session 4 Answer Key. To raise objections, candidates have to pay Rs 200 per question. Processing fees have to be paid. Candidates may challenge the provisional answer key until 10am on September 8, however, processing fees may be paid online by 11am.

NTA Soon the JEE final The main session 4 releases the answer key

After considering the objections raised by the candidates, the NTA will release the final JEE Main Session-4 Answer Key 2021 and the Result and JEE Main Cut Off points. The JEE Main Result includes percentage points, all-India rank of candidates and overall JEE Main Cut-off 2021 details.

Check out JEE with these steps Main Session 4 Answer Key

  • First visit the official website of JEE main at
  • Candidates should now click on the Answer Key link.
  • Enter the application number and password and click Submit.
  • The JEE Main 2021 Answer-Key is displayed on the screen.
  • Download and take a print out for more reference.

To qualify for the JEE Advanced 2021, candidates must appear in the top 2.50 lakh successful candidates (including all categories) in the JEE (Main) BE / BTech Paper of 2021. Candidates must have been born on or after 1st October 1996. SC, ST and PWD candidates have been given five years of age relaxation.

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