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JEE-MAIN 2019 Exam Pattern

JEE-MAIN i.e Joint Entrance Examination is the national-level Exam for entrance into the vast majority of the engineering universities the nation over. Consistently around 12-14 lakh students show up for JEE-MAIN. Every one of the NITs and IIITs acknowledges the JEE-MAIN score for the admission.

This is a standout amongst the most mainstream placement tests in India. Prior, JEE-MAIN was led by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). From the year 2019, the National Testing Agency (NTA), the recently shaped body, will lead the test.

Additionally, NTA will lead JEE test twice a year – January and April, allowing the students a chance to enhance their score without dropping a year.

Many of the students observe JEE-MAIN be extreme and hard to crack. The quantity of students showing up for JEE-MAIN builds every year, which additionally expands the competition. So as to crack JEE-MAIN and get into India's best college, the student requires assurance, steadiness and arranging.

JEE-MAIN is likewise the qualifying test for JEE Advanced. IITs don't acknowledge JEE-MAIN score and, henceforth, a student willing to select for IITs will likewise need to show up for JEE Advanced. The student will be permitted to show up for JEE Advanced just in the event that they clear the JEE-MAIN cut off. The JEE-MAIN will be led twice and just in the Computer-based mode from 2019. Schedule and examination pattern as per official site for the year 2019 is as follow

 

JEE-MAIN Exam Pattern 2019 - Paper 1 (B.Tech/B.E.) For January Session, the exam is scheduled from January 6 – 20. Examination Mode: Online (Computer-based test) Exam Section: Paper 1 of 90 Questions with 3 sections, Physics -30, Chemistry-30, Mathematics-30.

Questions Type: Objective Question Exam Duration: 3 hours; For candidates with 40% disability - 4 hours Exam Medium: The question papers at all exam centers will be in Hindi and English. For exam centers in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli, the medium of exam will also be available in Gujarati. Marking Scheme: Each question carries 4 marks. For each incorrect answer, the 1/4th mark of the total mark allotted will be deducted.

Note - *Data is indicative and there may change in numbers/data"
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