JEE exam pattern and answer pattern

The Joint entrance examination (JEE) is the entrance examination conducted for candidates pursuing the undergraduate courses in some of the prestigious colleges/institutions such as IITs, IIITs, CFTI, IIISER, Nits etc. The examination pattern for the JEE main entrance examination is given.  
JEE main exam pattern

The subject combination for each paper and type of questions in each paper is given below. The paper 1 is for the candidates to aspire to pursue the B.E/B.Tech. The objective type question paper will consist of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The duration of the paper will be for three hours. The paper 1 will be conducted in computer based online test and a paper and pen offline test.
The paper 2 is for the candidates wishing to pursue the B.Arch/ B.Planning. This paper will be only conducted offline. The paper 2 will be consisting of three parts namely Part 1 mathematics, part 2 aptitude test and part 3 consist of the drawing test as per the practice sessions of the  AIEEE.  The part 1 and part 2 are having objective type questions only. The part3 consists of questions to test the drawing aptitude. As earlier said about the examination, the paper 2 will be a paper and pen offline test. 

JEE advanced exam pattern 

 The JEE advanced exam will also have two objective type papers namely paper1 and paper 2. Each paper consists of 3 separate sections on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The duration of each paper will be for the period of three hours. The questions will be objective type, designed to test comprehension, reasoning and logical ability of the candidates. 

Negative marking in JEE advanced examination

There will be negative marking for every wrong answer in some sections. One fourth of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted. There will be no negative marking for the unanswered questions. 

JEE Advanced Answer pattern 

The answers are to be marked on a separate paper, 2 sheet carbonless Paper. The candidate must not separate or disturb the alignment of the upper and lower sheets. The upper sheet is specially designed machine readable sheet of paper (ORS- Optical response sheer). While answering the candidate is expected to darken the bubbles against the correct answers only on the upper sheet using the black ball point pen. The darkening should be done in such a manner that the impression should be shown in the lower sheet. The responses recorded in the upper sheet will be taken as final. The candidate can take away the lower sheet of paper with the permission of the invigilators at the end of the examination. 

Examination for the Blind candidates

The candidates who have taken up the scribe service are allowed an extra hour of examination. The scribe however will be provided by the presiding officer of the exam centre and will be class eleventh from the science stream wit Mathematics.

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