JEE Main online Examination 10th April 2015 Review & Analysis: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was successfully conducted Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Main) online examination on 10th April 2015 at morning and afternoon shifts. JEE Main Examination is conducting for admissions into IITs as well as NITs, IIITs and other prestigious engineering institutes in the India. Approximately 13 Lakhs candidates were appeared in today examination. We have met some candidates who have attended JEE Main examination.
Review/ Analysis of JEE Main Exam Paper I 2015:
JEE Main Examination comprises 2 papers. paper I of the JEE Main Examination has conducted at the morning shift. Paper I is an eligibility test for the JEE Advanced 2015. This paper have followed same pattern of Physics, Chemistry and Maths asked in previous years for preparation. Candidates who have followed previous papers have attempted maximum questions. Each section has 30 marks and maximum candidates attempted 25 to 30 question in each section. Candidates who have come out from the examination said that the questions were conceptual and analytical as well as balanced.
Review/ Analysis of JEE Main Exam Paper II 2015:
Paper II of JEE Main Examination was held at afternoon shift at 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Maximum candidates were come out with smile faces from examination. We are expecting that all of the candidates were written well. We may wish you all the best for all candidates who have appeared in JEE Main exam 10th April 2015. ” Today the test was complete smoothly” said Executive director of JEE Main. “The paper was a balanced one with the difficulty levels being in accordance with modern patter . Difficulty level of questions on Physics and Chemistry was moderate and easy” Priyanshu Sharma said.
JEE Main Exam 10th April 2015 Answer key:
JEE Main exam answer key for 10th April 2015 will be published on official website. We will also provide answer key for JEE Main exam very soon. Regularly refer our website for more details. There were a total of 90 questions, out of which every section had 30 questions each. The questions carried 360 marks. Coming to the checking pattern, for every right answer the candidates shall be awarded 4 marks and one mark to be deducted for every wrong answer.