The Joint Entrance Examination is conducted by the National Testing Agency for admission into various NITs, IITs, CFTIs, and other leading institutions of the country. Many students appear in the JEE Main examination every year, but only a few get through the qualifying examination. The detailed exam pattern of the JEE Main examination provides the candidates with the opportunity to study accurately.
The JEE Main paper is divided into three sections – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Each subject is 100 marks, and the maximum marks for the JEE Main examination are 300 marks. The question paper contains 90 questions, out of which students need to attempt 75 questions. There will be no negative marks for the numerical type questions in each section.
Why Practise Previous Year Papers?
Practising previous year papers allow aspirants to:
- Understand the different types of questions asked in the examination
- Know their strengths and weaknesses
- Get better at time management
- Know the exam-pattern properly
To access and solve the JEE Main 2021, Feb 26 First Shift question paper, candidates can click on the following link