Engineering aspirants who want to get admission in prominent institutes in India can apply for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE). The National Testing Agency conducts JEE, and lakhs of students appear for the exam every year.
The JEE paper is divided into three sections – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The question paper will be divided into two sections. Paper 1 has 90 questions out of which candidates need to answer 75 questions. There is no negative marking for the numerical answer type questions in each section.
Applicants interested to appear in the Joint Entrance Examination should note that they have to study the concepts from the NCERT textbook. Most of the questions in the examination are referred from the NCERT book.
Candidates can check their answers once the answer keys are released by the National Testing Agency. Additionally, the applicant can also challenge the answers if they are not satisfied.
When preparing for JEE, it is always advised to solve previous years’ question papers and mock test papers. By solving these, candidates get to understand the pattern of the exam and also find out their weak and strong areas.