Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019

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NTA conducted JEE Main 2019 in January. They have also released its official question paper and answer key. However, ever since they were released students, teachers, coaching centers, have claimed that some questions and/or answers were incorrect. Students were given an opportunity to submit discrepancies with a fee of Rs 1000 per question. So, will you get bonus marks for them? Let us a look at the wrong question answers in JEE Main 2019.

Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019

Errors in JEE Main Physics 2019

09 Jan 2019 – First Shift

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Answer Provided by NTA: Option (4)

Correct Answer: None

09 Jan 2019 – Second Shift

Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019 - 2

Answer Provided by NTA: Option (3)

Correct Answer: None

10 Jan 2019 – First Shift

Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019 - 3

Answer Provided by NTA: Option (4)

Correct Answer: None

10 Jan 2019- Second Shift

Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019 - 4

Answer Provided by NTA: Option (3)

Correct Answer: None

11 Jan 2019 – First Shift

Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019 - 5

Answer Provided by NTA: Option (4)

Correct Answer: None

Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019 - 6

Answer Provided by NTA: Option (4)

Correct Answer: None

 

Errors in JEE Main Chemistry 2019

9 January 2019 – First Shift

Wrong Question Answers in JEE Main 2019 - 8

Answer Provided by NTA: Option (4)

Correct Answer: None

Errors in JEE Main Maths 2019

JEE Main 10 Jan 2019 Second Shift

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Answer Provided by NTA: Option (4)

Correct Option: Option (3)

So, Would You Get Extra Marks?

There are no written rules, at least not available in the public domain as to what NTA would do in this regard. The NTA says in its information brochure that all challenges against JEE Main 2019 answer key are looked into, and results shall only be as per final answer key.

In April 2015, a reputed English daily published an article on  Wrong Question Answers in JEE Mains. It says that in that year CBSE awarded bonus marks for wrong question/answers. It should be noted that CBSE, and not NTA, conducted the JEE earlier.

As per it, if a question was wrong, or no option was correct, then all students received bonus marks of +4. If a question had more than one correct answer, and if the candidate had answered any one of those, then that candidate would have got full marks.

It is expected that the NTA would take a similar approach.

NTA JEE Main 2019 Result will be announced by 31 Jan 2019. To check your JEE Main Result, click on the link below:

JEE Main Result 2019