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.

Coaching:

           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.

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