After the decision of conducting the JEE, NEET twice a year, the National Testing Agency has introduced a new element of providing a unique set of questions to each candidate in JEE, NEET exams from next year.
How the concept of unique paper in JEE/NEET 2019 will affect the system?
Some of the stakeholders are claiming this decision to be a little challenging as it would lead to the following discrepancies:
However, there are many who find this change to be on the positive side as it might improve the students’ grades and reduce the chances of paper leak.
After analysing the concept of different questions paper for each candidate in NEET, JEE 2019, we came across the following points that will be in interest of the good results in both the exams:
Some other prominent changes introduced in JEE Main/NEET 2019 are:
The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct JEE Main and NEET twice a year in fully computer based test mode. Students can appear for JEE Main in January and April, while for NEET in February and May.
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