JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2019

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JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Pattern

JEE Advanced examination has two papers PAPER I and PAPER II. Both are compulsory. The exam is conducted in online mode. In each paper, there are 3 parts viz physics, chemistry, and mathematics. There are three sections in each part. Both the papers will be conducted on the same day. The time limit for each paper is about 3 hours. In the case when the candidate opted for scribe then they will be given 1 hour extra.

The official exam pattern is yet to be released. It will be released shortly before the exam. Here is the exam pattern of JEE Advanced 2018. It gives an idea about the exam pattern for the present year.

PAPER I

Section

1 2 3
Question Type One/more correct options (MCQ type) Entering the numerical value from the virtual keyboard Paragraph based MCQ type
Number of questions

6

8

Each paragraph has 2 question
Number of Options

4

4

Number of correct option 1 or more correct option 1 correct option
Full marks +4 (all the correct options are marked) +3 (If answered correctly) +3 (If answered correctly)
Partial marks +3 (when 4 options are right but only 3 options are marked)
Partial marks +2 (When 3/more options are right but only 2 options are marked)
Partial marks +1 (when 2 or more options are right but only 1 is marked)
Zero marks When no option is marked 0 (If unanswered or answered wrongly) 0 (If unanswered)
Negative marks -2 (when the wrong option is marked ) -1 (When the wrong option is marked)
Maximum marks

24

24

12

PAPER II

Section 1 2 3
Question Type One/more correct options (MCQ type) Entering the numerical value from the virtual keyboard Paragraph with match the following based MCQ type
Number of questions 6 8 Each paragraph has 2 lists to be matched
Number of Options

4

4

Number of correct option 1 or more correct option 1 correct option
Full marks +4 (all the correct options are marked) +3 (If answered correctly) +3 (If answered correctly)
Partial marks +3 (when 4 options are right but only 3 options are marked)
Partial marks +2 (When 3/more options are right but only 2 options are marked)
Partial marks +1 (when 2 or more options are right but only 1 is marked)
Zero marks When no option is marked 0 (If unanswered or answered wrongly) 0 (If unanswered)
Negative marks -2 (when the wrong option is marked ) -1 (When the wrong option is marked)
Maximum marks

24

24

12

Preparation Tips

  • The relaxed mindset is the key aspect in the preparation for any competitive exams.
  • Solving the previous year question will be helpful in keeping up the timing in the course of the exam.
  • Jotting down the changes in important dates by constantly checking the official website.
  • Constantly revising important facts, theorems and formula will be helpful in stress-free
  • Practicing lots of mock tests will be helpful.
  • Last but not least, maintaining good healthy habits and having good food.