JEE Advanced 2015 Paper Pattern

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JEE Advanced 2015 Paper Pattern:

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is one of the toughest engineering entrance examinations, which is conducted across India, every academic year. The JEE examination is an engineering entrance examination, through which candidates & students to apply for admissions to Public & Private Engineering Colleges & Institutes in India.

The JEE Advanced entrance examinations are conducted jointly together by the 7 Indian Institute of Technologys (IITs), under the guidance & supervision of the Joint Admission Board (JAB). The JEE Advance engineering entrance examinations are conducted only  for the purpose of admissions to the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) and the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad (ISMs).

The JEE Advanced examination are always conducted after the declaration of the JEE Mains Results, in the month of May). All those Candidates who qualify and pass out this entrance examination are directly admitted to the 16 IITs across the country, as well as to the Indian School of Mines (ISMs).

JEE Advanced 2015 Paper Pattern:

The following mentioned below is the article exclusively written on the JEE Advanced 2015 Paper Pattern, the article contains several aspects of the question paper like that of the language of the question paper; the sections from which the questions shall be asked; the nature of the questions asked; the timings for the paper etc.

(a)Language of the JEE Advanced 2015 Question Paper:

  • All the Candidates should note that the language of the question paper shall be according to the choice of the Candidate. All the candidate and students are required to select their choice & preference of language at the time of filling the examination application form.
  • The question paper will be only in 2 languages Hindi & English.

(b)No of Question Papers in the JEE Advanced 2015 Exams:

The JEE 2015 Advanced examination shall comprise of 2 Papers: Paper 1 & 2

(c)Nature of the Questions Asked in the Examination:

  • All the questions asked in the JEE Advanced 2015 entrance examination shall be in the Multiple choice questions (MCQs). The question shall have 4 alternatives and the candidate is required to select the correct alternative amongst it.
  • Most of the questions shall comprise of the MCQs but there are some sections namely: numerical ability, Verbal Ability & Comprehension, to test the ability & potential of the Candidate.

(d)Subjects from which the Questions shall be asked:

  • The Questions shall be asked from the subjects namely: Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

(e)Negative Marking in the Exam Question Paper:

  • All the Candidates are required to read all the instructions in the question paper, since there is Negative Marking for some sections in the examination paper.

(f)Marking of the Answers on the Optical Response Sheets (ORS) Sheets:

  • All the Candidates are required to note that the marking of the answers in the Optical Response Sheets (ORS) is required to be done only with the Black Ball Point.

(g)Section Wise Breakup of Questions & Marks:
Paper 1:

  • Physics: 20 Questions carrying 60 Marks
  • Chemistry: 20 Questions carrying 60 Marks
  • Mathematics: 20 Questions carrying 60 Marks

Paper 2:

  • Physics: 20 Questions carrying 60 Marks
  • Chemistry: 20 Questions carrying 60 Marks
  • Mathematics: 20 Questions carrying 60 Marks

(h)Duration of the Examination:

  • The JEE Advanced 2015 Examination shall comprise of 3 hours (180 Minutes)

Further Instructions to the Candidates:

  • All the Candidates should read the instructions which are mentioned in the JEE 2015 Advanced examination question paper, before attempting the paper.
  • All the Candidates should mark the Optical Response Sheets (ORS) with only Black pen, no other color pen should be used for this purpose.
  • The Candidate should also be very careful so as to not spoil or separate the upper and lower alignment of the answer sheets, during the examination.
  • All the candidates are requested to reach the examination hall before the time so as to avoid any delay and inconvenience to both the examiner and the student.

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