**JEE Main 2022 BTech, BE Paper Marking Scheme**

Each topic of JEE Main 2022 has two sections where MCQ questions (MCQs) are asked in Section A and Answers in Section B in numerical form. In part B, students have to answer 5 out of 10 questions. There will be a negative score for both Section A and Section B and 1 point will be deducted for each incorrect answer.

**Tie Break Policy: After tie in JEE Main 2022 BE, BTech paper, such tie will be resolved**

**1.**In order to resolve the tie, first the candidate has the highest score in mathematics.

**2. **Then the score can be seen in Physics.

**3. **Then score in chemistry.

**4**Then the candidate with a smaller ratio between the number of wrong answers and the correct answers is seen in all subjects of the exam.

**5. **In the exam, the candidate with a smaller ratio between the number of wrong answers and the correct answers in Mathematics is given priority.

**6.** The candidate with a smaller ratio of wrong answers to correct answers in physics will be placed at the front of the exam.

**7.** The candidate with a smaller ratio of wrong answers to correct answers in chemistry gets a higher rank on the exam.

**8.** Priority is given to the older candidate.

**9. **Application number in ascending order.

**JEE Main 2022 Marking Scheme BArch Paper**

The BArch paper will consist of 20 MCQ questions and 5 of the 10 numerical value questions to be answered. There is a provision of negative marking for both Section A and Section B i.e. 4 points will be deducted for each correct answer and 1 point will be deducted for each incorrect answer. In addition, there are two 100-point questions about drawing.

**Tie Break Policy: After two students have the same score in Paper 2A, the tie will be resolved as follows:**

**1. **First of all, we will look at what the score is in mathematics.

**2.** What is the score in the aptitude test.

**3.** What is the score in the drawing test?

**4. **After that, the candidate with a smaller ratio between the number of wrong answers and the correct answers in all subjects of the exam is advanced.

**5. **Priority will be given to the candidate with a smaller ratio of the number of wrong answers and correct answers in Mathematics (Part I) in the exam.

**6.** Thereafter, the candidate with a smaller ratio between the number of wrong answers and the correct answers is presented in the aptitude test (Part II).

**7.** Preference is given to the older student.

**8. **Then based on ascending order of application number.

**Tie Breaking Policy: Tie by equal points in BPlanning Paper 2 B will be resolved as follows:**

**1.** First, the score is displayed in math.

**2.** Then score in the aptitude test.

**3.** Then score on planning questions.

**4.** The candidate with a smaller ratio of wrong answers to correct answers in all subjects in the exam will be given a higher rank.

**5.** The candidate with a smaller ratio between the number of wrong answers and the correct answers in Mathematics (Part I) will be placed at the front of the exam.

**6. **In the aptitude test (Part II), the candidate whose ratio of wrong answers to correct answers is smaller will be awarded the maximum rank.

**7. **With a smaller ratio of wrong answers to correct answers in Scheduled Questions (Part III), the candidate’s score will be seen in the exam.

**8.** Priority is given to the older candidate.

**9. **Application number in ascending order.

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