The Joint Entrance Examination(JEE) Main 2015 was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The examination was a computer based test which took place on 10th April from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The duration of the examination was 3 hours. The examination included questions from three subjects – Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
It was for the first time that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Conducted this examination in an online mode using the Local Area Network (LAN). When talking about the difficulty of the papers, the Physics section was quite difficult in comparison to the other two subjects. The Chemistry paper was moderate. While the average difficulty level of the entire question paper was moderate to hard.
Due to the online mode, candidates found it easy to review their answers. The examination included a total of 90 questions which were further divided into 3 equal parts of three subjects, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
The difficulty level of JEE is hard to predict, therefore, students must solve the previous exam papers. Students can download the previous years’ papers from the website of Unacademy. Solving papers not only helps students in improving their weak areas, but also makes them more confident about attempting the question paper. The solution key is also available on Unacademy so that students can check the answers post attempting the paper.
Candidates can click on the below-mentioned link and download the respective JEE Main 2015 Apr 10 First Shift Question Paper.