NTA (National Testing Agency) has finally come into existence and the rollout of the official notification for JEE Main 2019 January session has set the engineering exam season underway. JEE Main is scheduled from January 06, 2019 to January 20, 2019 in online mode and the application process has already commenced.
This simply means all those who are preparing to crack JEE Main 2019 have tentatively four months in their hand. At this juncture of your preparation what is crucial is to test your speed and accuracy and find the weaker links during the preparation.
For assessment of preparation, there is nothing better than to solve full-length mocks and sample papers. Along with all this one crucial but ignored thing is practicing of previous years question papers. Students being loaded with material, test series and reference books often forget to have a look at the previous year papers.
Solving a full-length previous year question paper not only gives idea about the difficulty level of questions but also fills you with confidence. The confidence which you would gain by solving questions of previous years papers would aid you to score better in your practice mocks and eventually in the JEE Main 2019 exam.
Highlights of JEE Main Exam Pattern
JEE Main 2019 exam would be conducted in online mode only. The pen and paper based exam is scrapped from this year onwards. However, there are no major surprises expected in the JEE Main 2019 exam. Candidates who are preparing for JEE Main 2019 need to familiarize themselves with the pattern of the exam.
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For your reference the pattern of the exam is tabled below:
|Mode of Exam||Online|
|Sections in paper||3 (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)|
|Nature of questions asked||90 questions (30 Questions each from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)|
|The time duration of the exam||180 Minutes (3 Hours)|
|Marking pattern||4 Marks for the correct answer. ¼th marks to be deducted for the wrong answer|
|Subjects covered||Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics|
Practice JEE Main Mock Test
In an attempt to make the transition to online mode smoother for aspirants and familiarize the candidates with the pattern, NTA has uploaded a full-length practice mock for JEE Main 2019 on its official website https://www.nta.ac.in/.
Candidates can now access the mock on the official NTA website. Besides, on MHRD’s instructions NTA has also set up 3000 new centers where candidates can avail the mock test by registering themselves on the official site of JEE Main 2019.
Download JEE Main Mock Test
To ease your task and let you focus more on your study and question practice we are here providing you the previous year JEE Main question papers. The question papers are arranged in a year-wise manner in the below-mentioned table for candidate’s reference.
The past five years papers of JEE Main that are listed above would help you to get a comprehensive idea of the types of questions asked from each topic and what would be the level of difficulty of the questions.