The JEE or Joint Entrance Examination is a national-level competitive examination that is held every year. Candidates from India and overseas appear for this test. The examination is conducted for candidates who are seeking admission in Engineering, Planning, or Architecture programs in IITs, NITs, IIITs, State government, and other reputable institutions.
The JEE Main exam which took place on 8th April 2018 was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The examination took place in the morning in offline mode. The examination has 4 sets of question papers in total – Code A, Code B, Code C, and Code D. There were in total 90 questions of 360 marks in total. The subjects that were covered are Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics. Every section had 30 questions which consisted of multiple-choice questions and single-option answers. For every right answer, the candidate got 4 marks. 1 mark was deducted for the wrong answer.
As per the reviews received, it was found that the Mathematic paper was easier than Physics and Chemistry. The difficulty level of the Chemistry section was between easy and moderate. The toughest section was the Physics section. The difficulty level of JEE exams varies. Hence, it is essential for candidates to practise previous years’ question papers to excel and score well in the JEE exam. Apart from referring to books, video lectures, etc candidates should also refer to the previous years’ question papers. This can be done by downloading the previous JEE question papers on Unacademy.
For accessing the JEE Main 2018 Apr 8 First Shift Question Papers, candidates can click on the below-mentioned link. They can download and practice it.