JEE exam: A Detailed View

JEE exam

JEE is an all India examination which is conducted all over the country. It is an examination for admission to students to various engineering colleges. The government in twenty twelve had included this course and this replaced the AIEEE and IIT _ JEE. This exam consists of two parts that are Mains and Advanced. For students who want to be selected they have to appear and pass. Only students who have passed JEE Main are allowed to move ahead to the JEE Advanced. Normally over one lack fifty students are selected every year. However there are institutes which use the same score for admission. Thus any student can take admission provided that they have the necessary documentation with them..

JEE exam

JEE Main: This exam has two papers and one can take part in one or in both. The test paper has multiple choices questions. The first paper is for admission to B. Tech and the paper two is for students appearing for B Arch and B. Planning. This course is conducted off line. The JEE main has a three hour exam which consists of thirty multiple choice questions in all the three categories that is physics, chemistry and maths. It must be noted that there is negative marking for answers that are not correct. The number of candidates has increased over the years and the present details are that there are at least one lakh students appearing for this exam.

Books on JEEThere are many books available for physical, chemical and other variety of text books that have special question banks which have become very popular among students. There is a collection of these entire question papers from which the students can choose from.JEE mains also have a counselling section.

JEE Advanced: This paper has three hundred and sixty marks. In terms of difficulty it all depends on the preparation that the student does. There is no negative marking in the first paper. It was noticed that the physics paper was lengthier and the chemistry paper tougher. The second paper is very easy as compared to the first.

Preparations for JEE: There has been a spurt in the number of coaching institutes that have sprung up following the importance of JEED. Each institute have their own set of books but mostly books of NCERT have been in use. There are a variety of books and question banks written for this exam. There are unlimited tests for practise and a desired syllabus that will adjust as per your difficulty approach.. There are mock tests every month and one can get the real test experience through online simulated tests. One can also get a detailed report on ones performance that highlights the strength and weakness of the candidate. Finally there is a in depth analysis where according to the question one can assess how one has answered. This assessment will help to improve one’s performance and at the same time one can understand the gravity of one’s ability.

History of JEE: The pattern of JEE has undergone lots of changes. In the year twenty ten the candidates were given the answer copies and cut offs were announced. With this process a transparency was achieved which was earlier not there. Since the year twenty thirteen JEE has changed a lot. It has now adopted an online system for admissions and applications selection procedure. This system was not available in the earlier years. JEE advanced twenty fifteen had two papers of five hundred eight marks which was a sharp increase as compared to three hundred and fifty of the earlier years. There was also a change in the evaluation pattern

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