National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the online mock test for both paper I & II of JEE Main 2019. The mock test is available in English, Hindi and Gujarati languages. To attempt the online mock test, JEE aspirants do not need their log-in credentials. They can simply click on the mock test link given on the official website to attempt it. Apart from this, candidates can even download the questions and practice it offline. Also, the registrations for the second first batch of Test Practice Centres (TPCs) will commence from September 10 from 11:00 am in online mode.
Candidates who do not have the internet facility with them can visit these TCPs to take the mock test so that they get familiarized with the Computer-Based Test (CBT). The TPCs are operational on all Saturdays/Sundays. The slot for Saturday is from 2:30 pm to 5: 30 pm. While there are two slots for Sunday’s, they are- 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Hrs and 2:30 pm to 5: 30 pm.
The candidates will be informed about their slot and TPC’s one day before the scheduled dates. The final selection process of a TPC will be done automatically based on the number of students opted for it in that area.
Candidates must be aware that only the registered ones can avail the facilities and appear for the mock test available at TPCs. The first batch of TPCs was operative from September 8 and 9 for which the registrations closed on September 7.
Attempting mock test will enable students to know the exam pattern and process of answering the questions more clearly. Not only this, attempting a mock test will allow students to practically apply what they have studied and understood the management of time.
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