JEE stands for Joint Entrance Examination, an all India level
entrance exam conducted by Indian Institute of Technology to
select candidates for undergraduate engineering programs offered
by premier engineering colleges of India, including all the IITs.
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There are two levels in the exam: JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced is required if an student aspires to get admission
into undergraduate engineering programs offered by the IITs.
The exam paper contains multiple choice questions, and it is
designed to test applicant's knowledge in several subjects
related to science and engineering.
JEE Main Exam StructureNext
Structure of the JEE Mains Exam
JEE Main consists 90 multiple-choice questions and the time
given to solve the papers is 3 hours. The paper is divided into 3
sections: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Each section
having 30 questions of any one subject.
4 points awarded for every correct answer and 1 point
deducted for each wrong answer. So it's better to leave a
question unanswered if you are not confident about answer
being correct or not, and of course, avoid guessing.
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Structure of JEE Advanced Exam
The JEE Advanced is quite different than the mains exam,
although the questions asked in the paper are based on same 3
subjects: Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. The advanced
exam contains 2 separate exams, each of 3 hours duration, and
divided into three sections.
JEE Advanced Paper 1Next
JEE Advanced Paper 1
Paper One contains 3 sections, first will have 10 multiple choice
questions with only one correct answer, second will have five
multiple choice questions with two or more correct answers,
and third will have five questions for which the answer can only
be a single digit (from 0 to 9)..
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JEE Advanced Paper 2
Paper Two also consists 3 sections: First section contains 8
multiple choice questions with only one correct answer, eight
questions will be asked from the 4 paragraphs given in the
section 2, and Section 3 contains Matching List type questions
(there will be two lists with matching options coded as a, b, c,
and d and students are required to choose options according to
the given code).
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