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JEE Advanced 2022

Joint Entrance Examination Advanced

 Exam Level

 Graduation

 Exam Format

 Objective

 Conducted Body

 IIT Kharagpur

 Frequency of Exam

 Once A Year

 Exam Category

 National Level Exam

 Mode of Payment

 Online

 Mode of Exam

 Online

 Language

 English

JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2021

Knowing Exam patter is very helpful as it gives an idea about the type of questions asked in the examination, the time allotted to complete the paper, marking scheme etc. If these all things are made known to us earlier then it becomes a little bit easier to crack the Exam as time can be well managed according, important topics can be given more time and practice etc. JEE Advanced is a computer-based online entrance exam which consists of two papers. Both the papers of JEE Advanced are mandatory. JEE Advanced is conducted in two shifts one from 9 am to 12 pm and other from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Duration of both the paper is three hours each. JEE Advanced exam can be attempted in either English or Hindi medium. Both the paper of JEE Advanced is divided into three sections namely Physics, Chemistry and Math. Each section is further divided into three more sections namely Section 1, Section 2 and Section 3. The number of questions asked in this examination is not fixed. It goes through changes every year. Candidates are given full, partial, zero and negative marks for according to the questions asked in the examination.

Highlights of the JEE Advanced Exam Pattern

Name of the Exam

JEE Advanced 2021

Organizing Institute

IIT Kharagpur

Mode of Exam

Online (computer-based)

Number of Papers

Two -Paper I and Paper II

Duration of Each Paper

Three hours

Total shifts

Two shifts

First shift from 9 am to 12 pm

Second shift from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Total number of Sections

Three

Name of the sections

Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

Medium of the Exam

Both Hindi and English

Frequency of the Exam

Once in a year

Level of Exam

National Level

Types of Questions

Numerical and Objective type

 

Number of Questions in Paper I of JEE Advanced

Sections

Types of Questions

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Section 1

MCQ s with one or more than one correct answers

6

24

Section 2

Numerical Questions

8

24

Section 3

Paragraph based questions

4

12

 

Total

18

50

Number of Questions in Paper II of JEE Advanced

Sections

Types of Questions

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Section 1

MCQ s with one or more than one correct answers

6

24

Section 2

Numerical Questions

8

24

Section 3

Matching Type Questions

4

12

 

Total

18

50

 

Marking Scheme

A number of questions in JEE Advanced vary every year. So nothing can be said about maximum marks. But previous year’s Question papers can give an idea about marking scheme of JEE Advanced 2021. Following table depicts the marking scheme incorporated in JEE Advanced 2021.

Marking Scheme of Paper I of JEE Advanced 2021

  • Section 1
  • +4 marks are given if all the correct options are selected from the options given.
  • +3 marks are given if all the four options are correct but only three is chosen.
  • +2 marks are given if three or more options are correct but only two is chosen.
  • +1 mark is given if two or more options are correct but only one is chosen.
  • There is a negative marking of 2 marking for incorrect answers
  • Maximum marks  in section 1 is 24
  • Section 2
  • +3 are allotted for every correct answer.
  • There is no partial marking
  • There is no negative marking
  • Maximum marks of section 2 is are 24
  • Section 3
  • +3 marks are allotted if all the correct options are selected
  • There is no partial marking
  • There is a negative marking of 1 for incorrect answers
  • Maximum marks of this section are 12.

Possible response

Not attempted

Partially correct

Correct

Incorrect

Section 1

0

+1 for each correct options selected

+4

-2

Section 2

0

0

+3

0

Section 3

0

0

+3

-1

 

Marking Scheme of Paper-II of JEE Advanced 2021

  • Section 1
  • +4 marks are given if all the correct options are selected from the options given.
  • +3 marks are given if all the four options are correct but only three is chosen.
  • +2 marks are given if three or more options are correct but only two is chosen.
  • +1 mark is given if two or more options are correct but only one is chosen.
  • There is a negative marking of 2 marking for other cases
  • Maximum marks  in section 1 is 24
  • Section 2
  • +3 are allotted for every correct answer.
  • There is no partial marking
  • There is no negative marking
  • Maximum marks of section 2 is are 24
  • Section 3
  • +3 marks are allotted if all the correct options are selected
  • There is no partial marking
  • There is a negative marking of 1 for incorrect answers
  • Maximum marks of this section are 12.

Possible response

Not attempted

Partially correct

Correct

Incorrect

Section 1

0

+1 for each correct options selected

+4

-2

Section 2

0

0

+3

0

Section 3

0

0

+3

-1

 


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