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JEE Advanced is the second phase of the national level engineering entrance exam JEE. Only the students who qualify JEE Mains are allowed to appear for JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced is probably the most unpredictable exam out there where, almost everything from the no. of questions, to the total marks, to the type of questions almost everything is intermittent. Knowing about the JEE Advanced Exam pattern helps you carve the preparation plan. It gives a clear introspection about all the factors affecting your paper attempting skills and avoids you falling prey to the otherwise commonly made mistakes.
The overall pattern of JEE Advanced remains more or less the same every year but with minor changes. A few trends undefiled by the passage of time have been marked. Learning as much as possible from these trends from previous year exams is the best that could help you to prepare yourselves mentally for the exam.
JEE Advance Exam Pattern – Brief Overview
JEE Advance exam consists of two papers and attempting both the papers is compulsory for all appearing students. A summary of JEE Advance exam pattern is given below in the form of an info-graphic figure. Analysis of JEE Advance question papers of past five years from 2103 to 2107 has been done and the summary includes the details regarding Time Duration, Medium of Exam, Mode of Exam, Type of Questions asked, No. of Questions and Total Marks for both the papers. Please go through it carefully because as mentioned earlier only a slight changes are made in the exam pattern every year.
JEE Advance Exam Pattern – Marking Scheme of Different Types of Questions
We hope that now after knowing the JEE Advanced Exam Pattern and you will accordingly plan your preparations and achieve desired results..
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