JEE or Joint Entrance Examination is a common entrance examination that is conducted for admission in various engineering courses across India. JEE is conducted in two parts; JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. The Advanced is for admission in Top ranked engineering colleges- Indian Institute of Technology, commonly known as IIT and Indian School of Mines i.e ISM.
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No. Of Papers- The JEE Main 2015 examinations will consist of two papers-Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 is especially for those aspirants who aim to get admission in engineering study (B.E/ B.Tech) while paper 2 will be designed for those students who wish to get the admission in architecture study (B.Arch/ B.Planning).
The paper 1 will comprise in three sections (A, B & C)- mathematics, chemistry and physics each subject containing 30 questions as equal weightage. The entire paper one will consist of 90 objective type questions with multiple choices.
The paper two will also comprise in three parts as part 1, part 2 and part 3. Part one (Aptitude Test) will consist of 50 objective type questions with multiple choices. Part two (Mathematics) will consist of 30 objective type questions with multiple choices. Part three (Drawing test) will consist of 2 questions which will have to be attempted on a drawing sheet given separately.
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The maximum marks will be 360 for paper one and 460 for paper two. The questions will be subjective. Students need to tick one answer for every question with four options. Each question will carry 4 marks. For every wrong answer, -1 mark will be deducted and for every correct answer students will be awarded +4 marks. There will be no deduction on unanswered question.
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