what are the type of questions given in JEE

Joint Entrance Examination – (JEE Main)

           This JEE (Main) Exam is for the admission to Undergraduate and architecture based courses in institutes accepting JEE main scores.

Question Paper types for JEE-Main

    There are two patterns of question paper, one for B.E/B. Tech and the other for the B.Arch/B-Planning.

For B.E/B.Arch. exam mode the question paper consists of three subjects ( Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) with a time duration of 3 hours. Each subject carries 20+ 5 questions, in which 20 (objective based multiple choice questions) and 5 (Questions with answer in numerical value) and total 75 questions. 

For B.Arch., the question paper consists of Mathematics, Aptitude Test in computer-based mode, and Drawing test in pen-and-paper mode with a time duration of 3 hours. Mathematics carries 20(MCQ)+5(answer is numerical value) questions, Aptitude test contains 50 objective types (MCQ) questions, and the drawing test contains two drawing questions of a total of 77 questions.

For Planning the question paper consists of 

Mathematics, Aptitude Test, and planning based test in computer-based mode with a time duration of 3 hours. Mathematics carries 20(MCQ)+5(answer is numerical value) questions, Aptitude test contains 50 objective types (MCQ) questions, and a planning based test contains 25 objective types (MCQs) with a total of 100 questions.

JEE Exam Practices:

           Candidates can practice the online mock test by registering for the NTA official website. Also, the mock test of JEE is being conducted in various schools/colleges identified by NTA as Test Practise Centres(TPC)

JEE Exam Preparations:

To increase the weightage in the exam, the candidates must go through the JEE Main syllabus so that they can cover the topics and prepare accordingly. The syllabus won’t fail to compromise to cover the issues and concepts of class 11 and 12 with slight variation in the difficult level. Next, the candidates are asked to cover the previous year’s questions so that that candidate can learn time management.


           The 12th class studies don’t define your entrance examination results; on the contrary, the subject knowledge defines. The coaching classes start before two years for the examination. Even though you have well prepared for your class 11 and 12, you still need an intense effort to make sure that your preparation is adequate to create a winning attempt in JEE.

25 Tips to Crack Minimum 25 out of 45 MCQs in NEET 2019

NEET Physics has always been a challenge to Tamilnadu aspirants since 2016. Venper Academy Department of Physics has come up with 25 Tips to score a minimum of 25 MCQs out of 45 in NEET 2019 & its as follows!!

1. NEET exam is more conceptual rather numerical. So, try to improve the knowledge related to the concepts.

2. Prepare your own plan/time table so that all the topics are covered based on the mark weightage and your individual comfort level with each topic.

3. Try to go through NCERT books and try to answer the questions given at the end of every chapter in these books which is the preliminary step in strengthening your Concepts.

4. Time Management has always a challenge with Students, try to practise questions in a test like environment which in turn improves the accuracy and speed.

5. While going through every topic list out the important formulae and conceptual points so that these can be again revised two/three days before the exam.

6. Practice Level or Level II problems number of possible.

7. Practice more number of topic wise assignments and consolidated tests.

8. Download previous AIPMT/NEET Question Papers and practice them as sample papers or take them as Mock Tests.

9. Complete the biology and chemistry paper with a total of 135 questions within 2hrs having at least 60minutes for 45 questions to get more score in physics.

10. Do not quit any topic.

11. Even in the difficult topic you feel, try to learn fundamental definitions, concepts & formulae and practice related problems.

12. Concentrate on difficult areas in the easiest topics you feel, to have a command on these topics.

13. Study regularly and moderately. Do not pick new topic nearing the exams.

14. The most difficult topics all together may be 10 % to 20 % which is worth an effort preparing well in advance and not to be left for the last minute.

15. Most of the Bio core students feel physics very difficult. Even in solving simple mathematical calculations. Well this is all mere psychological rather real.

16. Core Biology students should learn few fundamental formulae related mathematics.(such differentiation, integration etc.)

17. Generally Students lose marks in physics not because of its difficultness, but due to their psychology.
– Be confident on your preparation.
– Practice formulae based problems.
– Go through academy text book for theory questions especially topics like Physical Optics, Nuclear Physics etc.

18. Learning basics in all topics and thorough knowledge in selected topics can lead to a better rank.

19. Give equal importance for both first and second year topics.

20. Be thorough with topics like Gases, Nuclear Physics Optical Spectra which are useful for Chemistry.

21. More theory based questions will be asked are atomic physics, nuclear physics semiconductor and communications.

22. Attempt questions carefully as there is negative marking. Do not answer a question in which you have no confidence.

23. Department of Physics, Venper Academy teaches shortcuts in identifying answers for a few selected types of questions by eliminating & exclusion method rather than working out the solution. Tricks like this will be really helpful.

24. Revision of Effective class notes plus regular practise is the key to success.

25. Above all, any competitive exam is a mind game. The more focused, stable and confident you are…The better is the output.

Good luck aspirants!!

10 Golden Rules in NEET Physics Numerical Solving

In NEET, Physics Numericals plays the important role of the Rank decider.

The 10 Golden Rules to be followed while approaching a Physics Numerical is as follows,
1. Read the given numerical carefully.
2. Think how the given statement(s) relates to some theory or law and if the relation gives some yields or the desired answer.
3. Think of the rules, and logic sets involved in the given question.
4. Think of the formulae or set of rules that you require relating the quantities in question.
5. Identify the constants that you require to establish the relationship between given quantities.
6. Observe if all the quantities (including constants) are in same system of units, if not convert them using conversion rules.
7. Trying to solve the same problem in 2 or more methods will be useful at the time of Preparation.
8. Work out as many numericals as possible in every chapter.
9. Identify the typical numerical examples in every chapter and go through them frequently.
10. As practise make a man perfect, Regular practise is the only key to success!!