JEE Mains Sample Paper for Practice
With the first JEE mains session right around the corner, engineering aspirants across the country are no doubt squeezing in last-minute revisions and practising as many questions as possible.
This year the JEE main papers will have two sections-Section A and Section B. Section A will have multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and Section B will have 10 where candidates will be required to attempt only 5 questions (these questions will have numerical answers). There will be no negative marking for section B.
It is integral to manage one’s time while attempting the JEE mains and advance paper. Negative marking plays a strong part in determining the rank a candidate finally gets. This makes choosing the questions you attempt during the paper the main task. Since every wrong answer will bring you down one point. Thus, choose your questions wisely. It is better to not waste time on questions which are not solvable immediately according to you.