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JEE Mains Exam Pattern (2020): Setting the record straight

Hey there aspiring engineer/architect!   

Now that you have set your mind towards taking on the JEE Mains with full force, it is  time to get a lowdown on how this is about to work. For a targeted approach towards  studying, it is extremely important that you know what is to be studied. In such a case, it  is always better to know how the papers are going to be chalked out. So, in order to prep  you up with the best knowledge, here is a through blog on your ?JEE Main Exam Pattern?!   

Since you might already have been exposed to a lot of information about your exam and  it might literally occupy your mind 24*7, we won't get into the minutest of details  regarding all other aspects of the JEE Mains. This being said, if you do need any  information or updates regarding JEE Mains or JEE Advanced, make sure you read up  about it in our other blogs. At ?Tutoratti?, we always believe in imparting knowledge and  information in equal amounts, so that our students are ready for anything that this exam  throws at them! To be a part of our wonderful JEE family, visit us at one of our centres  at ?Pune (Sinhagad Road, Kondhwa, Aundh, Camp and Kothrud), Pimpri Chinchwad, Raigad-Panvel and Navi Mumbai-Kharghar. As far as all the ?JEE Mains 2020 Exam Pattern? information is concerned, stay right here.    

Which Papers Constitute the JEE Mains?:    

The JEE Mains, conducted by the National Testing Agency since 2019, is the sole  entrance exam you need to take, in order to get into the best engineering, architecture  and B-planning institutes in India.    

The ?JEE Mains Exam ?was initially divided into two different papers, Paper 1 (B. Tech)  and Paper 2 (B. Arch). As of 2020, the ?JEE Mains Exam Pattern? is now divided into three  papers:? i.e. Paper I (for B.E./B.Tech.), Paper II (for B.Arch.) and Paper III (for B.Planning).

What Does Each Paper Comprise Of:

The ?JEE Mains 2020 Exam Pattern? consists of these categories in each paper: - Paper 1: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. - Paper 2: Aptitude Test, Mathematics & Drawing - Paper 2: Aptitude Test, Mathematics & Planning Based test.

Apart from this, the ?JEE Mains Exam Pattern? is presented in a Multiple Choice Question  (MCQ) format, with a numerical value and drawing exceptions. The paper is available in  two languages: Hindi as well as English.   The duration of the exam is 3 hours and the maximum marks of all three paper are as  follows:  Paper 1: B. Tech- 300 Marks  Paper 2: B. Arch- 400 Marks  Paper 3: B-Planning- 400 Marks   

The Nature and Mode of The Exam:    The ?JEE Mains 2020 Exam Pattern ?is an intermix of both- online and offline (for certain  parts). The ?JEE Main Exam for Paper 1 and Paper 3 is conducted online while the mode of Paper 2 is online (for part I & part II) as well as offline (for part III).

If an applicant wants to apply for more than one paper, the ?JEE Mains Exam Pattern  allows candidates to partake in all three papers if they’d want to. So if you are in two minds about which career course you might want to settle on, it is always wise to apply for all three papers.

Paper 1 Pattern:

As per the ?JEE Mains 2020 Exam Pattern,? Paper 1 is conducted for admission into B. Tech courses among engineering institutes like IIT, NIT, GFTI and more. Divided between three subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), each is given a weightage of 100 marks. Each section consists of 20 MCQ’s, plus 5 questions that are meant to be answered with a numerical value. According to the ?JEE Mains Exam Pattern ?every correct answer is awarded with 4 marks and 1 mark is deducted with each incorrect response.

Paper 2 Pattern:

The ?JEE Mains 2020 Exam Pattern ?for Paper 2 consists of 20 Mathematics MCQ’s with 5 Numericals, 50 Aptitude Test questions adding up to 200 marks, and 2 drawing questions with a total of 100 marks. In Part 3 of B.Arch, questions will be based on the drawing. Candidates have to use colour pencils or crayons only on the drawing sheet. The duration of the exam is 3 hours, with an exception for PWD category: who, in the case of 40% or more disability, are given an hour of extra time.

Paper 3 Pattern:

In the 3rd Paper for B. Planning, the ?JEE Mains Exam Pattern ?consists of 20 Mathematics MCQ’s with 5 Numericals, 50 Aptitude Test questions adding up to 200 marks and 25 planning based questions worth 100 marks.

Knowing about every aspect of the ?JEE Mains 2020 Exam Pattern ?is crucial in taking up a properly laid out approach towards the exam. With the help of the best ?JEE coaching classes? like ?Tutoratti?, give way to a brighter future with a guaranteed secret to success!