Candidates who wrote JEE Main 2015 on 04 April 2015, must be knowing that there are four set for both the papers. Also, each set is separate from one another through a unique paper code. Code for Paper-1 are A, B, C and D. Whereas, for Paper-2, the codes are K, L, M and N. For all the sets, various private coaching and educational institutions has issued JEE Main 2015 Answer Key. At the bottom of this article, answer keys for Set B , by various institutes, are given.
The official answer key will be released on 18 April 2015 and candidates will be able to access it till 22 April 2015. However, till the time it is not issued, candidates may access the unofficial answer key to estimate the scores. Of-course, the official key is more accurate but using the unofficial solution key will provide an idea as to how much candidate’s score will be.
To estimate the scores candidates will first have to download the key. While doing so precaution must be taken that it should be downloaded for for correct paper set. Calculating marks from wrong key, will lead to wrong results. When the correct key is downloaded, candidates must match the answer marked with answer in it. While doing so, according to the marking scheme, allocate and deduct marks. For correct response allot four marks, whereas, for marking wrong response deduct 1/4 marks. When all the allotting deducting procedure will end, candidates will be left with their estimate scores.
JEE Main 2015 is also due on 10 and 11 April 2015, in online mode. After the exam, CBSE will announce the result (scores) on 27 April 2015. Whereas, the rank of the candidates will be released on 7 July 2015.After estimating the scores, candidates may also predict their rank. To do so, candidates will have to use the Rank Predictor. It is a tool which calculates all the factors and then estimates the rank of the candidate. To use it, candidates will have to put their estimated scores, along quota. After submitting the information correctly, the tool will automatically predict the rank of the candidates.
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