JEE Main 2017: All You Need To Know About Computer Based Examination

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JEE Main 2017: All You Need To Know About Computer Based Examination

JEE Main 2017: All You Need To Know About Computer Based Examination

New Delhi:  JEE Main 2017 Paper based exam was conducted on April 2, 2017. The next in schedule is computer based exam which will be held in multiple sessions on April 8 and 9. The JEE Main computer based exam may give a little chills since students up until now are used to appearing for pen-paper based exams and this might be their first ever experience of appearing in an exam where the answers are not supposed to be marked in an OMR sheet but are to be marked on a computer screen. To reduce exam jitters and ease out the process here we have compiled all the points you need to know about JEE Main 2017 Computer-based exam. 

Important points about JEE Main 2017 Online Exam
  • JEE Main 2017 Computer based test may actually prove to be an advantage because of the reduced human interaction which will allow a student to concentrate and not spend valuable time in trivial issues. 
  • The Exam will be conducted using Local Area Network (LAN) to provide students a hassle free and smooth experience.
  • In case of computer-based exam, there is no risk of question paper leak. 
  • For appearing in computer based exam, a candidate does not need to have advanced knowledge of computer. Just the basics of using a keyboard and mouse is enough to appear in the exam. 
  • The candidates, like pen-paper based exam, will have the option to go back and review their answers. 
  • An added advantage over pen-paper based exam is that students can change their answer at any point of time. In pen-paper based exam, students cannot change their answer if they have marked it in the OMR sheet with a pen.
  • Students appearing for computer-based exam will be given rough sheet for making calculations.  
  • Students can always go to JEE Main 2017 official website and practice the mock online test to understand the pattern of the computer-based test. 
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