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Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs] for JEE Main

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1. Does JEE Main repeat questions?

Yes. The questions of previous year questions get repeated in JEE mains. If you go through 15 years past JEE Mains questions, it will give you a complete idea for upcoming JEE Mains questions.

2. How can I attempt more questions in JEE?

Here are the best & simple tips to follow:

  • Read the paper carefully
  • First go for easy, then for moderate & finally for tough
  • Choose your favorite subject first
  • Choose Chemistry first & then go for a favorite subject
  • Make Subject-wise strategies
  • Keep Rough Work Clean and Safe
  • Time Management

3. What are the types of questions asked in JEE Mains?

JEE Mains questions can be of the following types:

  • Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), having 4 options each with only 1 correct option
  •  Questions Type where the answer is a numerical value

4. Which topics are most important for Physics JEE mains?

Here are a few important topics, which can help you get higher scores easily:

  • Work, Energy, and Power –5% questions
  • Electrostatics – 6% questions
  • Current Electricity – 7% questions
  • Wave Optics –5% questions
  • Ray Optics –6% questions

5. Is 90% score well in JEE Main?

Yes. It is a very good score as JEE Exam is the most popular and difficult examination in India.

6. How many marks are required to clear JEE Main?

The mark requirements keep changing every year, so it difficult to say the exact mark. However, if you score more than 50% marks, it will earn you seats in top IITs.

7. Is it compulsory to give JEE Mains twice?

No. It is not compulsory to give JEE Mains twice. You have the option to appear for both the exams and the better of the two scores will be considered for admission.

8. How many times a candidate can appear for JEE Mains?

As per the NTA guidelines, you can appear TWICE in a particular academic session.
You can appear for 3 consecutive years, as per the eligibility criteria and the age of appearing.

9. Will the JEE examination be offline or online?

As it is Computer Based Test [CBT], JEE Exam will be conducted ONLINE.

10. Who is eligible for JEE (Main)?

Here are the eligibility criteria:

  • Should have passed Class 12 examination or Equivalent qualifying examination
  • Those appearing for Class 12 exam are eligible to apply
  • There is no age limit to appear for JEE Mains Examination. Age limit should be made known to the institutes seeking admission.

11. Is a candidate eligible to appear for improvement exam in the following year?

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12. How can I apply for JEE (Main)?

Follow these steps to apply for JEE Main:

  • Submit an online application through the website at www.nta.ac.in
  • Follow the instructions provided in the information bulletin
  • Keep the required details ready and review it before submission

13. Can I use a calculator in the online examination conducted by NTA?

No. You are not allowed to carry calculators or electronic devices in the exam hall. The instructions are available on the information bulletin.

14. What will be the pattern of examination?

JEE (Main) will have two papers:

  • Paper-1 (B. E. /B. Tech.) and,
  • Paper-2 (B. Arch. /B. Planning)

The choices of papers are up to the Candidate. And the other patterns are listed below:

  • Subjects: Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
  • Question Type: Objective Type with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
  • Mode of Examination: Computer Based Test [CBT], other exams as Test drawing aptitude “Pen and Paper Based”, is conducted offline.

One Lakh Fewer Jee (Main) Aspirants In 2016

The amount of engineering aspirants registering for JEE (Main) has gone down for the second year in a row. The number of the aspirants has fallen by almost 1 lakh in 2016 following the last year drop of 50,000. The numbers of applicants in 2016 are around 12.07 lakh while in 2015, 13.56 lakh applicants had registered for the exam.

The JEE (Main) is the first phase of test for admission to undergraduate engineering courses (B.Tech.) held at national-level and conducted by CBSE every year. The exam is conducted for admission to technical institutions viz. NITs, IITs and institutions in participating states. The top 1.5 lakh students are selected for the JEE (Advanced) for admissions to IITs. In 2016 the IIT council had decided to shortlist a minimum of 2 lakh candidates. The experts have attributed the dramatic fall to the fading interest in engineering among the youth owing to lack of jobs after the degree and also to the variety of choices offered to students in other professions in the last few years.

The help books published by various publishers will provide the aspirants with the necessary guidance to crack the much coveted JEE (Main) exams by providing the necessary concepts included in the syllabus. The book TARGET JEE Main 2016 by Disha publication is an ultimate book designed with the concept of Triple A’s (ANALYSE, APPLY and ACHIEVE) provides all important concepts necessary to crack the JEE Main exam.

JEE Mains might have a new pattern : 60 percent or 70 percentile in Class 12th

National Institute of Technology (NIT) is having a thought to change the exam pattern by reducing the weightage of Class 12 marks for preparing for the preparation of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main Merit List from the next academic year, i.e., 2016.

According to the reports, when Minister of Human Resource and Development Smriti Irani will meet NIT Council this week, the final decision about the weightage of Class 12 marks might come out. The committee appointed by the government is also thinking to include class 12 marks in the filtration process.

There has been a recommendation made to the Ministry of Human Resource asks for a change in pattern, i.e., 60 percent or 70 percentile, whichever is less, to get an admission in NITs/IITs/GFTIs and other private engineering colleges.

The eligibility criterion, at present, is minimum 45 percent marks.

Earlier, the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Merit List was prepared on the basis of JEE Main score with 60 percent weightage and class 12 marks holding 40 percent weightage.

The inclusion of class 12 marks for the preparation of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Merit List was introduced in 2012 by the UPA Government. The motive of this step was to make the students concentrate on their board exams as well instead of just engineering exams

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IIT-NIT admissions likely to undergo a major change: No board marks required from 2016

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The admission procedure in NIT’s and IIT’s from next year onwards could undergo a major change and will totally based on JEE Mains. A panel appointed by the government is likely to recommend to discard the weightage given to the marks that are obtained by the students in board examinations. It was said by the director of IIT Bombay and a member of panel, Devang Khakhar that they would be recommending to discard the weightage given to board marks. A final decision would be coming early in the next month when Smriti Irani will take a meeting of the NIT council. As per the previous policy, 40% weightage is of board exams, and 60% weightage is of JEE- Mains. The main cause for discarding the board exams marks is the delay in the results of board examinations and this delay led to the postponement of admissions to the IITs & NIT’s, which causes anxiety among students and parents. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government was blamed for this failure. A sub-committee is formed by the joint entrance examination apex board to reconsider the whole process of JEE-Mains rank allotment. The process of conducting exams should be reviewed to give candidates a break before they appear for the tests, so that their minds will be fresh at the time of the tests. The report says that the JEE Mains exam may be held earlier next year (2016) as the admission process requires more time. The eligibility criteria for JEE Mains in 2016 would be:

  1. Candidates should have subjects Physics & Math in class 12.
  2. They have studied at least one subject: Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science and Bio-technology.
  3. Minimum of 50% marks is needed in all subjects.
  4. Date of Birth should be on or after October 1, 1990 for general, and for SC/ST/PwD it should be on or after October 1, 1985.
  5. If above criteria are fulfilled, then a candidate is allowed to give maximum 3 attempts.

JEE(Main) scores low as a consequence of the difficult physics section

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The CBSE results for JEE (Main) were announced on Monday and it decided the luck of a lot of Engineering students. Out of the 12.92 lakh that appeared for the exam, only 1.5 lakh qualified the test to appear in JEE (Advanced). In this year, compared to previous years, the cut offs were lowered by the CBSE.

For General category candidates, the cut off is 105 in 2015, while it was 115 in 2014 and for the scheduled caste candidates it is less than 4 marks. Students who appeared for the offline exam also received the grace marks for mistakes in the question paper.

Despite Pro-student measures the highest score decreased across the country. In Tamil Nadu, the highest score is 317 in this year, which was 340 in 2014. National topper in the past year scored 355 out of 360. This year, a student from Pune national topper with a score of 345, 10 marks less than the record of the last year.

The cause for this drop in scores is difficult physics section of the written test. There were mixed reactions about the topic of mathematics. Students and teachers pronounce that the scoring fell on account of physics and mathematics papers.

JEE (Main) Result 2015 declared: Cut off for JEE (Advanced) Announced

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the joint entrance examination JEE (Main) 2015 and low cut off towards tough and lengthy papers were pointed by education experts. Most of the students faced problems to check their their results because the site fell in the second half of the day.

CBSE took its offline exam on 4th April in 150 cities, and online exam on 10 and 11 April in 283 cities. The number of candidates registered for paper 1 were 12,92,711, of which 11,05,021 were registered candidates for the offline mode of exam, and 1,87,690 for online. From 12.9 lakh registered candidates, only 1,52,401 have been qualified jee (advanced). The cut offs for JEE (advanced) are 105/360 for General category, 70/360 for OBC, 50/360 for SC and finally 44/360 for ST.

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JEE Main online: Expert scrutiny and expected cut off

Expert scrutiny and expected cut off

The First online joint entrance exam (JEE) Main was held by Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) on April 10, 2015. The exam was scheduled between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 in the morning.

Expected cut off:

Common Merit List (CML): 120-125

Other Backward Class (OBC): 80-85

SC/ST: 50-55

Several candidates, on the other hand, have found entrance exam difficult as compared to offline entrance exam, which took place on 4 April. Candidates who appeared for the online exam consider that this online mode of exam is better than established offline mode.

Each section consisted of 30 questions and A total of 90 questions carrying 360 marks were to be resolved within the stipulated time. Four marks will be awarded for each correct answer and for a wrong answer, one mark will be deducted. Akshat Srivastava, a candidate who appeared for the online JEE Main said: “the questions were simple, but were purposefully placed.

JEE Main 2015: All India ranks for paper 1 will be announced in July

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The all India ranks for joint entrance examination (JEE) Main paper 1 is likely to be made available on the official website on 7 July. JEE (Main) paper-based exam was conducted on April 4 and computer exam will be held on April 10 and 11.

The answer key for JEE (Main) is likely to come into view on April 18. It must be available until April 22 and result for JEE (Main) will be declared on the official website.

All those Candidates who want to appear for JEE (advanced) paper in the future, must have to qualify class 12 exam with good scoring.

In accordance with the announcement available on the official website, candidate should pay registration fee of any of his or ISM in the past; even candidates whose admission were cancelled are not eligible. However, those candidates who were admitted to the preparatory course in any of its in 2014 can appear for JEE (advanced) 2015.

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JEE Main 2015: Important guidelines for students preparing for Computer Based Test

Important

The computer based test for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is going to be conducted on April 10 and 11 in which students need to follow some important guidelines mentioned below:

For candidates who are to appear for computer test, here is a list of instructions:

→Sample/mock test is available on JEE (Main) website for practice purpose and to give the candidate the appearance of computer based examination (CBE), candidates may solve it to be prepared for the exam.

→The test will start accurately at the time mentioned in the admit card and an announcement to that effect will be made by the observer;

→The test will take place for three hours;

→The test paper will include questions from physics, chemistry and mathematics and all questions will have equal weightage;

→Each question will be given four marks for the correct answer. One-quarter mark, i.e. one mark will be deducted for indicating incorrect response of each question. No deduction from the total score will be taken, if the answer is not specified in the question;

→There is only one correct answer to each question out of four responses;

→All calculations/writing work should only be done in the rough sheet provided at the centre and after completion of the test candidates must hand over the rough sheets to the invigilator on duty in the room/hall;

→During examination time, the invigilator will check admit card of the candidate to satisfy himself about the identity of each candidate;

→The candidates are administered by all rules and regulations of the Board with reference to their conduct in the examination hall. All cases of unfair means will be dealt with under the rules;

→Candidates should sign on the attendance sheet at the suitable place.

IIT JEE (Main) 2015 tomorrow:Things to do and avoid

Do's and Don'ts

This year, 13.03 lakh aspirants are going to sit for IIT JEE (Main) 2015, out of which only top 1.5 lakh rank holders of JEE Mains will be able to sit for JEE advanced exam 2015. So, the competition is quite tough. Some tips and tricks to help you attain a ticket to your dream engineering or architecture undergraduate course, are mentioned below:

→ Candidates must ensure the completion of the course;

→candidates must pass through the solution to the problem previously solved;

→ Candidates should practice filling in the OMR answer sheets to increase speed;

→ Candidates should aim for a balanced score and a good rating can be achieved by scoring well in two subjects and above average in one;

→Candidates should make every possible effort to score above average marks in their weakest subject;

→During the exam, it is important for candidates to choose the right questions, the number of correctly attempted questions will decide your fate. Also, it is important to remain calm and maintain a positive attitude;

→Candidates should not select an answer before reading all of the options printed on the question paper;

→Candidates should not spend much time on one question;

→Candidates must sleep at least 6-7 hours before the exam to rejuvenate the mind and body.

Must required documents to be carried by students on JEE Main 2015 exam day

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While you are busy in revising and practicing these days, you can miss important details about Jee main 2015. CBSE and IIT JEE has issued a notice listing the important documents that should be carried by students together with JEE Main 2015 to recognize the card. –

Students appearing for JEE Main 2015, this year is expected to bring copies of individual documents in addition to the admit card.

Candidates who have qualified their class 12 exams (intermediate) in 2013 or 2014 and have not chosen to improve performance in 2015 should bring copies of the final grade sheet 12th class 2013 or 2014.

Similarly, candidates who have the qualification of 12th class 2013 or 2014 and made a choice in favor of improving performance in 2015 in all subjects need to carry their admit card for improvement exam in 2015.

On the other hand, candidates who appeared for the 2nd year exam of 12th class this year, will have to bring a copy of this year hall ticket.

How to prepare for IIT-JEE Main Advanced Exams

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All those students who wish to pursue a bright career in engineering field have to sit for IIT exams- Main and Advanced to get enrollement into various prestigious schools in the country and become an engineer after completing their studies.

IIT exams are one of the most difficult exams of the world and it’s really a hard nut to crack if your preparation is not sufficient enough. Here are a few tips that will help you prepare for the IIT exams in the most effective way and will bring success to you in an easy and effortless way:

  • Timely commencement of preparation for IIT:

Students can start preparation for IIT when they get admission to the 11th class as they are quite fresh after board exams and they have lots of time to learn plenty of new things. All those students who are late in preparation, they frequently put down some most important topics of 11th class JEE syllabus. Also, if the preparation is started in 12th class, the load of study is amplified many times on account of extra pressure of 12th boards and thus the chances of high scoring in the IIT JEE is decreased up to great extent. Also, students should not be disappointed after considering the complexity of questions in IIT exams.

They should spend the first two or three months to revise their basic concepts studied in 9thclass. Students need to increases their mental sharpness, build up the habit of research; follow an organized plan for the preparation of JEE and maintain the continuity in their studies to gain success in the exam.

  • Selection of Right Coaching centre:

IIT- JEE coaching has been commercialised at a large scale and it is very difficult to decide which one is the most suitable for you. You can follow a number of below mentioned tips to choose the right coaching centre:

→ Check how old the coaching institute is,

→ See the past records of coaching institute as the number of students passed. You can ask the institute for the cell numbers of passed students to confirm the reality,

→ Have conversation to 3 or 4 students who are previously studying in that institute and ask about the institute’s management and teachers,

→ Their syllabus, their plan to complete the syllabus in time and their assignment and

→ See your parents can afford the coaching fees or not.

  • The collection of right study materials:

Lots of IIT JEE exam materials exams are available in the market, but unfortunately, instead of helping the students, they confuse. You can choose ample books (on all subjects) from DISHA PUBLICATION for the preparation of IIT JEE exam. You can detailed and chapter wise explanation of the entire IIT syllabus, Mock test papers, solved papers of previous year questions, study materials both in digital and printed forms and lots more to prepare for the exam well.

  • Time management and Accuracy:

In IIT JEE exam, students have to solve more questions accurately in less time to score high escaping the negative marking (for making wrong answer). So, they should learn tricks and strategies to solve complex and puzzled IIT exams questions correctly in the least possible time.

Eligibility Criteria of JEE Main Advanced 2015

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Since the important dates of JEE advanced 2015 have been announced, all JEE aspirants are expected to sort their preparation schedule better so as to avoid last-minute chaos of arranging things for registration, application and concerning about the eligibility etcetera. Online registrations will begin on 2 May 2015 and shall be continued till 7 May 2015, 17:00 hours after which the registrations won’t be accepted. Admit cards can be downloaded anytime from 9 May 2015 to 12 May 2015 till 17:00 hours. The rectification in admit card can be made from 9 May 2015 to14 May 2015. The JEE advanced 2015 paper is scheduled for 24 May 2015 where Paper 1 shall be conducted from 9:00-12:00 IST and Paper 2, from 14:00-17:00 IST. The aforementioned important dates of JEE advanced 2015 are least expected to be tentative. However, students are advised to keep an updated track on JEE’s official website.

As far as the eligibility criteria for JEE advanced 2015 is concerned, all JEE aspirants have to make sure that they are familiar with 5 significant eligibility criterion as directed by JEE’s panel. The Following criteria are-

  1. Performance in JEE Main 2015
  2. Age Limit
  3. Number of Attempts
  4. Appearance in class XII examination
  5. Earlier Admission in ISM/IITs

The above criterion needs to be understood well enough before applying for JEE next year. Students can get to know more about the eligibility criteria of JEE advanced 2015 from JEE’s official website wherein, details regarding the eligibility to appear in JEE advanced 2015 are explained in an elaborative manner.

JEE advanced registration can be made online where a JEE aspirant has to ensure that the eligibility criteria is fulfilled and upon finding that the applicant hasn’t met even one criteria, the registration shall be deemed to get cancelled. Once having registered for JEE advanced 2015, the fee would neither be refunded nor transferred which also explains that JEE advanced registration cannot be withdrawn once an applicant has completed his/her registration. The submission of required documents should be made in the defined time frame and thus, JEE aspirants are required to go through the necessary details posted on JEE’s official page.

Top JEE Main and Advanced Study Materials

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Joint Entrance Exam or JEE is an all India common entrance exam conducted by CBSE to get admissions in India’s top notch engineering colleges. Before 2012, the same examination was conducted as AIEEE but since 2012, the same exam has been changed to JEE Mains and Advanced. JEE Mains succeeds JEE advanced and only upon clearing JEE mains can a student apply for JEE Advanced. While JEE Mains top candidates make it to the JEE advanced, the others who are left with JEE mains score are also eligible to apply for various engineering colleges like IIFT, CFTI, NIT, etc. Though getting into IIT and ISM is possible only through cracking Mains and Advanced both.

The pattern of Joint Entrance Exam has gone through several changes before settling with JEE ‘Mains’ & ‘Advanced’. More than 13 lakh students had appeared for JEE in 2014. The syllabus spanning JEE Mains and Advanced majorly comes from 11th & 12th standard. NCERT, thus, must be considered as the soul of preparation.

Though there are many preparation books available in the market as well as online for both JEE Mains & Advanced, but, NCERT is something which is inevitably the most significant amongst everything that comes as JEE preparation material.

Disha Publication provides study material for each subject which comes in JEE Mains and Advanced. JEE Previous years solved papers combined with elaborate explanation of each concept are provided so the engineering exam aspirants can get the best IIT Jee preparation study material to give an edge to their preparation.

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