The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is a national level entrance examination conducted by NTA (National Testing Authority) for admission into B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch/B.planning courses in various reputed colleges in different parts of the country. The examination includes two papers- JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The candidates must clear JEE Main to be eligible for JEE Advanced. JEE Main is mainly conducted for admission into BE/B.Tech programmes in various institutions like NITs, IITs and centrally funded technical institutions.
JEE Main is held four times a year, mostly in the month of February, March, April and May. JEE Main is an online examination conducted in various centres across India. The subjects included in paper 1 of JEE Main are Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Solving previous years’ JEE Main question papers is the most effective way to prepare for the entrance examination. Solving JEE Main 2021 March Session Question Paper with Solutions helps the candidates in self-assessment, time management, understanding of examination pattern, get a better idea of the type of questions asked in the examination, get an idea about the difficulty level of the questions etc. The students will also get a real-time experience of the examination by practising the past years’ question papers.
There are a few changes made to the JEE Main 2021 question paper pattern by the examination authority. The JEE Main has three categories of papers including Paper 1, Paper 2A and Paper 2B. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are the subjects included in Paper 1. Paper 2A is an examination conducted for B.Arch aspirants and Paper 2B is for students willing to join B.Planning. Paper 2A and Paper 2B will be conducted only twice a year (February and May). Paper 1 will be held four times a year.
Paper 1 includes 30 questions from each subject with a total of 90 questions. The candidates can choose 25 questions from each subject and answer. Paper 2A includes 82 questions and Paper 3B has a total of 105 questions. Every correct answer is 4 marks. There is a negative marking of -1 for every incorrect answer. There will not be any negative marking for unattended questions. The JEE question paper is provided in 13 different languages.
One of the important preparation tips is time management. The candidates must prepare a timetable and follow it religiously. They must revise the chapters multiple times. The students must learn a topic thoroughly before moving on to the next topic. Students must solve many previous years’ question papers. The students must read their school textbook, understand the concepts and solve all the numerical problems in the textbook. They can also find the best study material available and solve all the problems from it. Students should also refer to different websites to find the solutions for previous years question paper and chapter-wise questions.