CheckOut!! the JEE Main Exam Pattern, eligibility, and many more. From 2019 onwards, the NTA has been required to undertake the Joint Entrance Examination JEE (Main) by the Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development (now known as Ministry of Education), Government of India.
There are 2 papers in the (JEE Main). The 1st paper is used to check the eligibility for admission to UG Engineering Programs (B.E/B. Tech) at NITs, IIITs, other CFTIs, and Institutions/Universities funded by participating State Governments, as well as an eligibility test for JEE (Advanced), which is used to determine admission to IITs.
JEE Main Eligibility Criteria 2022:
Interested candidates who want to apply for JEE Main 2022 make sure that they meet the JEE Main eligibility requirements. The following are the qualifying requirements for JEE Main 2022:
- To be eligible for JEE Main 2022, candidates must have completed the 12th examination or its equivalent with at least 5 courses, in Physics, Language, and Mathematics as compulsory subjects and any of Biotechnology, Biology, Chemistry, Technical Vocational Subjects.
- Admission to IITs, NITs, and CFTIs would be solely based on All India Rank, with the requirement that the candidate score at least 75 percent & 65 percent in the case of SC/ST in the 12th examination or be in the top 20 percentile in the respective 12th boards.
- Candidates who’ve already completed or are currently enrolled in NIOS 12th should pick the State of Eligible based on the state in which the education centre is located.
- Applicants born on or after October 1, 1997 will be able to take the JEE Main 2022 exam and applicants from the SC/ST and PWD categories, would be given a 5-year age relaxation.
Only the date of birth on the 10th or secondary education board certificate will be taken into account.
JEE Main Paper Pattern 2022:
Exam Update for JEE Main 2022 – The NTA will hold 4 sessions of the JEE Main 2022 test in February, March, April, and May. The registration procedure for JEE Main 2022 will begin in November on the NTA JEE Main website – jeemain.nta.nic.in 2022.
Students are expected to be familiar with the JEE Mains exam pattern 2022 to understand the examination style, types of questions, the total count of sections, and marking scheme, among other things.
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JEE main exam pattern 2022 paper 1 is for the BTech programs, while paper 2 is for the BArch/ BPlan programs at 31 NITs, 25 IIITs, and 28 GFTIs:
JEE Main Paper 1:
|Mode of conduct||Online Computer based exam|
|Duration of exam||3 Hours|
|Language for exam||English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu are among the available for the exam.|
MCQs, Answers to questions having a numerical value
|Total Sections||There are 3 parts in total: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry|
|Total Question||Maths: 25 Questions out of which 10 Questions as a numerical value. Out of 10 questions, 5 questions are a must to attempt.|
Physics: 25 in which 10 Questions as a numerical value and Out of 10 questions, 5 questions required to attempt it
Chemistry: 25 out of which10 Questions a numerical value out of 10 questions, 5 questions were required to attempt
Total: 75 ques,. 25 ques. in each section
|Total Marks for JEE||300 marks 100, marks in each of the above sections.|
|Marking criteria||MCQs: For each correct answer, 4 marks will be granted, with 1 point deducted (-) for each incorrect response.|
Answers to questions with numerical values are as follows: There will be no (- ve) marking and candidates will receive 4 marks for each right answer.
JEE Main Paper 2 :
|Mode of conduct||Pen & paper (offline)|
|Subjects for JEE||mathematics, aptitude, and drawing|
|Total number of questions||100 Ques. 30 in maths, 50 in aptitude, and last 20 questions in drawing|
|Total marks For Exam||390 marks|
|Type of questions included||MCQs & subjective|
|Language for Exam||English & Hindi |
|Duration for Exam||3 hrs.|
|Marking Criteria||For MCQs type questions (+) 4 for each correct answer. |
Negative 1 marks for each incorrect answer
The drawing test consists of 2 questions of 70 marks each
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is JEE Mains Mcq or written?
In the revised pattern, the total questionnaire covered in the JEE mains examination has been lowered from 90 to 75. 20 of the 25 questions in each section will be multiple-choice questions (MCQs), with the other five being numerical value questions.
Does JEE Mains only have Numericals?
In the main exam of the JEE, there are no theoretical questions.
Is negative marking in JEE?
Yes. In JEE Main, each erroneous answer is penalized with a minus one mark. Unattempted questions and numerical value-based questions receive no negative grading.
What should I do to prepare for JEE 2022?
Attend coaching sessions on a regular and timely basis. Avoid backlogs by studying the same material from coaching modules after class. On schedule, complete all assignments, daily practice papers, and exercises.
Is JEE exam 2022 going to be more competitive?
Irrespective increasing competition every year, the level of JEE questions are projected to remain the same as in past years,
How many attempts will give in JEE Main 2022?
There were 4 changes in total.
In the year 2022, it is expected that there will be 4 JEE MAIN attempts. The final call will be made on the basis of percentile.
Is Ncert sufficient for the JEE mains?
NCERT textbooks cover all of the topics in greater depth so that students may grasp them and perform well in the test. NCERT is also recommended by JEE Main toppers and experts for JEE Main preparation.
IIT JEE prep. is a dream for many students but for most, it is a major headache, and for others, it is something they would rather not discuss. So,
‘Practice’, without a doubt, is the most crucial element. The more you practice, the better you will understand all of your weak areas and have the opportunity to correct them. Practice as often as you can, but strike a healthy balance between your study schedule and your free time. 🙂