JEE Advanced Exam Pattern 2019 – Marks and Negative Marks
JEE advanced 2019 exam which is held on May 19 consist of 2-papers, paper-1 and Paper-2. This national level examination is conducting for providing admission in IITs, NITs, IIITs, CFTIs. Below the candidates can get the clear view about exam pattern such as mode of examination, medium, types of questions and the marking scheme etc. The students who are qualified in JEE Main 2019 will be eligible to attend the JEE advanced 2019 Examination.
JEE Advanced Examination is a Computer Based Exam (CBT) – Online Mode
Find the below list for complete details about JEE advanced 2019 Examination.
|JEE advanced Exam date||May 19, 2019|
|Exam conducting Authority||IIT Roorkee|
|Mode of Exam||CBT (Computer Based test)|
|Language||English and Hindi|
|Papers||Paper-1 & Paper-2|
|Exam Timing||3 hours each|
|Type of Question||MCQ & Numerical type|
|Sections in Question Paper||Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics|
Subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics; Papers – Paper 1 & Paper 2; Types of Questions – Multiple choice questions (MCQ) & Numerical type questions
JEE advanced examination have the concept of full, partial and zero marks. Unlike other exams we have different concept for JEE advance exam. For example, if a candidate attempts a question with multiple correct answer, the candidate will be awarded different marks depending on whether the candidate gets all or a few options right, or doesn’t attempt at all. The candidates are advised to read the instructions in the question paper carefully before start writing the examination. In the question paper the detailed marking scheme will be given. The entire first page of the question paper will have the Marks details.
|Question Type||Marks awarded||Negative Marking|
|Single correct answer||3||-1|
|1 or more correct answer||4||-2|
|Single digit integer||3||0|
Marks Awarded – Positive and Negative Marks