The JEE Main 2018 exams will begin in April and you can prepare for the exam and get details about the Computer Based Test by attempting the JEE mock test given below this article.
Joint Entrance Examination 2018
Joint Entrance Examination is being conducted for admission to the various Engineering courses in the colleges in India. Students who want to study B.E and B.Tech courses in National Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of Information Technology, Other central/state funded technical institutions, and several other Institutes like DTU, NSIT, PEC, Thapar University, IIIT Hyderabad etc. have to pass the JEE Main Examination. Last year nearly 2 million students are attending this entrance exam to get into the Technological Education in higher studies.
To apply for the Joint Entrance Examination, the students should have scored at least 75% marks in their class 12. The exam will be based on three subjects, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The JEE Main has two papers and the students are advised to check whether you need to apply for both of the exams in the institution that you are applying for. Some of the Universities ask the students to apply for both the exams.
JEE Main Exam Structure
CHOICE OF PAPER
PAPER -1 (B.E./B.TECH.)
PEN & PAPER BASED
COMPUTER BASED EXAMINATION
PEN & PAPER BASED
BOTH PAPER -1 (B.E./B.TECH.)
PEN & PAPER BASED for both the Papers
COMPUTER BASED EXAMINATION for Paper – 1 and PEN & PAPER
BASED for Paper – 2
The totals score for the exam will be 360 and the paper 1 will have 90 questions that have 30 questions each on Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The Paper 2 will have an aptitude and Drawing Test as extra along with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. There will be negative marks for the wrong answers. 0.25 marks will be reduced for every wrong answer.
|SUBJECTS||TYPE OF QUESTIONS||MODE OF EXAM|
|Paper 1 (B.E./|
|Physics, Chemistry &|
|Objective type with equal weightage|
to Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
|Pen and Paper based|
OR Computer based
|Mathematics – Part I|
Aptitude Test – Part II &
Drawing Test – Part III
Questions to test drawing aptitude
|Only Pen and Paper|
The blank answers or if the student did not answer a particular question there will be no reduction for the wrong answer. So only, answer the questions that you are confident and do not forget to erase the marks that you made for reviewing the question again or if you have any doubts because answering a question twice will be counted as the wrong answer and the marks will be reduced.
Instructions for JEE Mock Test
So opting for the Computer-based exam may be convenient for you to reduce careless mistakes if you are confident in handling the computer-based test. The rumors for about only giving 1 minute for answering a question in the online based test is not true, you can come back to any question if you mark that question for review.
Trying out the JEE mock test will give you an advantage in writing a computer-based exam. Here are some instructions to attend,
- To view the question paper Click on the Question Paper link in the top right corner.
- To come back to any of the questions click on the question number.
- The colors represent whether you have answered the question or not, and you can mark the question to review in case you want to come back to the particular question after answering others.
Click here to take the JEE Mock Test for Computer Based Exam Online