JEE Advanced 2017 Answer Keys and OMR Sheets  are expected to be released on May 31, according to the official notification on jeeadv.ac.in. Once the answer keys are out, the aspirants will be able to match their answers  and get a idea of their score and ranks. As per the official website the Online display of ORS and scanned responses will be from May 31. The qequest from candidates for review of scanned response will be from May 31, 10:00 am  to June 03, 2017, 17:00 IST . The answer keys will be displayed online from June 4, 2017. The dates for feedback and comments on answer keys from the candidates will from June 04, 2017, 10:00 IST to June 6, 2017. Also Read: JEE Advanced 2017 Analysis: Check official answer keys soon at official website jeeadv.ac.inAlso Read - JEE Advanced 2021 Registration Schedule Revised; Check New Deadline, Direct Link to Apply Here

It is important to note that the ORS will be graded and scrutinized with extreme care. The ORS of all candidate who have appeared for both Paper I and Paper 2 will be displayed on the official website. In case the candidates find any discrepancy, the candidates will be able to seek review of the machine read responses. The requests need to be submit online. The candidates will be required to pay a review fee at the rate of INR 500 per question to be reviewed. The answer keys for both paper 1 and Paper 3 will be out on the online portal of JEE Advanced. Also Read: JEE Advanced Exam 2017: About 2 lakh candidates to appear for JEE Advanced exam tomorrow on May 21 Also Read - JEE Advanced 2021 Registration From Tomorrow; Here's a List of Documents Required

This year the JEE  Advanced paper conducted on May 21, 2017 had consisted of 18 questions each in Paper 1 and 2 of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced 2017. The paper 1 covered multiple answers correct type questions, integer type questions, as well as the newly introduced three-column matrix match. Overall Paper 1 of JEE Advanced 2017 was designed with a good mixture of conceptual and tricky questions. In Paper 2, there were more than one option correct type questions, single option correct type questions, and paragraph type questions with respect to the types of questions. It seemed relatively difficult than Paper 1. Also Read - CBSE, CISCE, NEET, JEE Mains, JEE Advanced Exam 2021: Full List of Important Exam Dates