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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?

——————————YES ——————————

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.

IBPS RRB Officers Scale I 2015; Check the Important things to keep in mind


Every year IBPS conducts the written examination for the recruitment of candidates as officer’s scale 1, officers scale 2, officers scale 3 and office assistant (clerks) in the RRBs (Regional Rural Banks). These RRBS are either in the remote areas or sub urban areas. Now most f the RRBS are also functioning in the urban areas. Initially, there were 83 such banks but now, there are only 57, after the amalgamation of these banks that took place in 2015

IBPS is conducting Pre- exam training for officers’ scale-1 in rural banks from August 24, 2015, for which call letter have already out. Candidate can download their call letter from the official website The exam will consist of 4 sections i.e. Reasoning, quantitative Aptitude, general Awareness and English Language. The paper will consist of 200 questions of 1 mark each.

Important points must keep in mind-

  • Before exam, candidate should once have a look on their roll number, date of exam, time of exam, and venue of exam mentioned in the call letter. So that there will no chance of any kind of confusion during exam.
  • Candidate should check if he/she kept the call letter, any photo I’d Proof with him while leaving for the exam. If any candidate fail t bring will not allow to give the exam.
  • The exam will be done online, so the candidate must have read the instructions carefully regarding the method of indicating the answers.
  • Candidate is prohibited to bring Calculator, watch, pager, mobile phones, books, slide rules, foot rules, note books or any kind of written notes in the examination hall.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. So candidate is suggested to answer the question carefully.
  • After answering the question, candidate must have to save and click the next button to save his/her answer and proceed for the next question.
  • Candidate will be given 120 minute to answer all the questions. No candidate is allowed to leave the examination hall before the test time. So candidate is suggested to answer the question carefully and take time.
  • Candidate is suggested to maintain his/her composure. Do not get nervous while giving the exam.

All the best of Luck for exam!

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All India CBSE Class 12th Toppers shares their SUCCESS MANTRA

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CBSE has officially announced 12 Class board result on 25th may. This year Pass percentage of girls in CBSE 12th results is 87.55% as compared to that of boys which is 77.77% that means this year Girls have outranked the boys. The pass percentage is 82%, down 0.70% from last year.

The Class XII board exam is an important juncture in every student’s life, as it marks a transition from school to college. All India Top three rankers share their success mantra. M Gayatri from Green fields School, Saket, Delhi has topped with a score of 496 marks out of 500. She maintained regularity to normal hours of study throughout the school year. “Gayatri said, stressing that six hours of daily study, divided into two hours in the morning and four in the evening, helped her.

The second Highest score is Mithali Mishra’s from Amity International School, Noida, Saurabh Bhambhri of KRM world School, Greater kailash II and B Arjun of Kendriya Vidhyalaya Pattom, Thiruvanananthapuram, with 99% Marks, 495 marks out of 500.

Third rank had been shared by three students- Poonam Kumari from Mohindra garh, Gurvindar Singh Saini from Jalandhar and N Nishok kumar from Chennai Who obtained 494 marks out of 500 .

NDA Entrance Exam 2015: Preparation Tips and Tricks

Tips and Tricks -NDA Exam

Union Public Service Commission is an organization that use to conduct National Defense Academy and Naval examination. NDA NA is a two-level exam for which the written exam is the first step followed by SSB interview. Once your clear both, you get selected for the NDA service.

Preparation Tips and Tricks

→At First check the current curriculum for NDA exam. This will help you to know what actually you are facing and you having an interest in that topic or not.

→ Prepare a schedule Chart in which you can add weekly goals for exam preparation. You will cover any topic of in the whole week.

→Make use of both preparation books and NCERT books.

→ Take all your books from class 12 and from them, you should cover subjects such as physics/ chemistry and essential mathematics and from 10 lass books cover the history, civics, geography, Economics, biology, political science.

→Make the formula a book in which all the important formulas should be written and go through them.

→ Always start from the main topic that you know nothing and grasp all the concepts from the beginning

→The Most important thing is to get in touch with General knowledge every day as GK can not be prepared in one day. So, read them daily and try to remember them.

→Improve your calculation skills so that you can saves a lot of time in the examination for reviewing your answers.

→English section contains 200 marks and you can perform well in this section if your preparation is good.

→Read news papers and magazines to increase your vocabulary.

→Pay attention to antonyms and synonyms and small word meaning on a daily basis.

→Solve as many as MOCK TEST PAPERS and previous year’s question papers to get ready for the actual NDA exam.

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.

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