JEE Main 2021 Question Papers With Solutions

JEE Main 2021 question papers with solutions for the various sessions of the entrance exam are updated on this page. We have provided videos that include the solutions to the memory-based questions of JEE Main 2021 papers for the February and July sessions. Additionally, we have also released the JEE Main 2021 question paper PDFs along with the solutions for February and March sessions including both shift 1 and shift 2 papers.

Candidates who appeared for the exam can use the JEE Main 2021 question paper with solutions to check the correct answers and analyze their performance. They can further speculate their marks and tentative ranks. For other aspirants, they can use the paper to understand the paper pattern, difficulty level and the type of questions asked in the entrance exam. More significantly, going through these papers and solutions will help them to prepare well for the upcoming exams.

Our subject experts have provided a detailed explanation of each question. Candidates can check the questions and solutions of the different sessions of JEE Main 2021 below.

JEE Main 2021 July Session Memory-based Paper Discussion

July 20 Shift 1 Paper Solutions

JEE Main 2021 LIVE 20 July Paper Solutions Shift-1

July 22 Shift 2 Paper Solutions

JEE Main 2021 LIVE 22 July Paper Solutions Shift-2

JEE Main 2021 Question Paper PDFs

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – February 24

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – February 25

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – February 26

JEE Main 2021 LIVE Paper Solutions 24-Feb Shift-1 Memory-Based

JEE Main 2021 Maths Solutions

JEE Main 2021 LIVE Maths Paper Solutions 24-Feb Shift-1

JEE Main 2021 Chemistry Solutions

JEE Main 2021 LIVE Chemistry Paper Solutions 24-Feb Shift-1

JEE Main 2021 Physics Solutions

JEE Main 2021 LIVE Physics Paper Solutions 24-Feb Shift-1

2nd Session

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – March 16th

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – March 17th

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – March 18th

The first session of JEE Main 2021 was successfully conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) from February 23rd – 26th. However, there is a slight change in the exam pattern for 2021. NTA has decided to conduct the exam in four sessions. February is the first session while the remaining sessions will be held in the months of March, April and May. However, due to the ongoing pandemic April and May sessions have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will be conducted in the month of July.

Date of Examination (Session 1): 23, 24, 25 & 26 February 2021

(Session 2): 15, 16, 17 & 18 March 2021

(Session 3): 20 to 25 July 2021

(Session 4): 27 July to 2 August

Students can find more and the latest information here: JEE Notifications.

Since the exam authority has released a notification stating that the April and May sessions will be held starting 20 July 2021. Students are advised to practice the JEE Main Previous year Question Papers and evaluate their preparation level.

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – July (3rd) Session

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – July 22

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – July 25

JEE Main 2021 Paper with Solutions – July 27

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JEE Main Answer Keys

In addition to the question papers, National Testing Agency will also release the answer key of JEE Main 2021 question papers on its official website. The answer keys will be released in two stages. In the first stage, the provisional answer key will be released wherein students can check and compare the answers. If they find any discrepancies they can challenge the answer key by taking the matter to the exam authorities with valid proof. 

Once all the responses are collected and corrected NTA will then release the final answer key. This will be the final copy. The official JEE Main 2021 answer keys will contain the correct responses to all the questions. Candidates can check their responses and come up with tentative JEE Main scores before the announcement of the official results. 

Students can check JEE Main 20201 answer keys from the link given below:

JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers

Students can also download JEE Main previous year question paper PDFs with solutions from the links provided below.

Benefits of Solving JEE Main 2021 Papers

There are some significant benefits of solving JEE Main 2021 question papers. Here we have mentioned a few of them.

  • Students get a clear idea of the difficulty level and types of questions asked in the examination.
  • As they go through the question papers they will get familiar with the JEE Main exam pattern and marking scheme.
  • Test their knowledge and preparedness for the exam.
  • Develop adept problem solving and time management skills.
  • Get a real-time experience of the exam.
  • Come up with an effective and result oriented preparation strategy.

JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Pattern And Marking Scheme

The exam authority has introduced new changes in the exam pattern. Here is a snapshot of the changes for JEE Main 2021.

  • JEE Main Paper 1 exam will be held in February, March, April and May. Paper 2A (B. Arch) and Paper 2B  (B. Planning) will be held only twice a year (February and May sessions).
  • Paper 1 will come with 90 questions where 20 questions will be asked in section a and 10 in section B. Students can answer a total of 75 questions – 20 questions in section a and 5 questions in section B for each subject – Physics, Chemistry, and Maths.
  • Paper 2A is only set for B.Arch courses and will consist of 82 total questions out of which students can attempt only 77 questions (Mathematics- 25; Aptitude- 50; Drawing- 2). The total marks allotted is 400.
  • Paper  2B will consist of 105 questions and students can attempt 100 questions. The paper will also be out of 400 marks.
  • For Paper 2A and Paper 2B, candidates can answer any 5 out of the 10 questions in numerical value-based part in the Mathematics section.
  • Quite interestingly, the question papers will be set in 13 different languages and they include – Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, in addition to Hindi, English and Gujarati.

Aspirants, if you are looking forward to JEE Main upcoming sessions and even JEE Advanced 2021, you can check out the pages below;

Frequently Asked Questions On JEE Main 2021 Question Paper?

What is the examination mode of JEE Main 2021?

JEE Main 2021 will be a computer-based test and held via online mode. Paper-1 will be entirely in computer-based mode whereas in Paper-2 Mathematics and Aptitude Test will be computer-based while the Drawing exam will be Pen and Paper-based.

What is the exam pattern of JEE Main 2021?

The exam pattern for JEE Main 2021 has been slightly changed. Keeping in view the decision taken by different Boards all over India, NTA has decided that there will be a total of 90 Questions in the Question Paper and candidates will be required to attempt 75 questions only. There will be no negative marking for 15 optional questions.

What kind of questions can I expect in JEE Main 2021?

JEE Main 2021 question paper will mostly consist of multiple-choice type questions which cover all the three science subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Whether NTA has changed the syllabus of JEE (Main)-2021?

No, the syllabus of JEE Main 2021 is the same as that of the last year.

What is the medium of JEE Main question paper?

JEE Main question paper will be set in a bilingual medium. The paper will come in 13 different languages. JEE Main 2021 will be conducted in Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu in addition to Hindi and English.

Is it mandatory to attempt all the questions from each section in the JEE Main?

No, it is not mandatory or necessary for candidates to attempt all the questions. However, it is always better to attempt more questions as you will be able to score higher marks which will ultimately lead to a higher rank.

How many times can I attempt JEE Main 2021?

Candidates can attempt JEE Main a total of 4 times in 2021. The exam will be held in four sessions starting from February and will be held in March, April and May.