Recent research claims that many students got “Goosebumps” during JEE MAIN exam

Finally!!! One of the most prestigious exams in India i.e. Joint Entrance Exam (JEE Main)’s Paper 1 is over which started on 6th January and ended on 9th January. This year exam was conducted in two shifts (i.e. 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM & 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM).

Recent research which took place on most of the centres where JEE Main exam was conducted claimed that when they tried to talk to students after their exam, many students said that they got goosebumps during their exam. Some among those students were still traumatised by the exam.

Researchers also claimed that the reason behind goosebumps is not the freezing winter but the toughness of the exam this year. While the amount of getting goosebumps is very less in droppers because they already felt that pain.

They also mentioned a fact that there is an anonymous student of Kota who told us that he got 90 goosebumps while doing the exam. Hoping he is ok now! is the official website of Commonsense is seriously complex. Our articles are strictly for entertainment purposes. Explore our “About” page for more information. For more content, check our Facebook Page or give us a follow on Instagram.