HOW MANY MARKS ARE REQUIRED TO CLEAR JEE MAINS
The JEE Main is the gateway to admission into NITs, IIITs and other engineering colleges. It is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) every year. The exam is two-part, objective and computer based. The total number of questions in the exam is 200. There are four sections in the paper namely Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology/Biotechnology/Computer Science/Materials Science and Engineering; followed by a mandatory essay section after each sectional exam which carries a separate weightage of 50 marks out of 200 total marks allotted for Paper 1B (Part B). Along with performance in these subjects there will be an aptitude test which will take care of your overall personality for admission into college.”
JEE Main is conducted by CBSE every year.
JEE Main is conducted by CBSE every year. This exam is the first step towards getting admission in NITs, IIITs and other centrally funded technical institutes. Only those students who wish to pursue engineering should appear for JEE Main examination.
The number of marks required to clear JEE Main depends on your category:
- For General Category Students – 330 Marks (out of 500)
- For OBC Category Students – 310 Marks (out of 500)
- For SC/ST Category Students – 280 Marks (out of 500).
The exam is two-part, objective and computer based.
JEE Main is a two-part examination. The first part of the exam is objective and the second one is computer based. Both parts are mandatory and carry 200 marks each, making it a total of 400 marks for each paper.
The exam has four sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) in Part 1; Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) or Computer Science & Application (CSA) in Part 2 – Paper-1; Electrical Engineering/Electronics & Communication Engineering/Information Technology(EEE/ECEIT)/Computer Science & Application(CSA).
Total number of questions in the exam is 200.
- Total number of questions in the exam is 200.
- Each section has 50 questions: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (each) and Biology with Zoology (for those who opt for Biology as their optional subject).
So, if you are taking Physics as an optional subject then there will be 100 questions for you to attempt – 50 from each of three sections mentioned above!
There are four sections in the paper, followed by a mandatory essay.
There are four sections in the paper, followed by a mandatory essay. The first section is physics, followed by chemistry, biology and then mathematics. The last section is optional and usually takes up around 15% of your total score.
There are 50 questions in each section, making a total of 200 questions in the entire paper
There are 50 questions in each section, making a total of 200 questions in the entire paper. This includes an optional essay as well.
The JEE Main exam is an important milestone in the lives of many students. It opens up a lot of opportunities for them, including entry into the most prestigious engineering colleges in India. The exam is also a gateway to admission in foreign universities for those who wish to pursue their higher education abroad. While preparing for this test, it is essential that students keep track of their performance so as not fall behind with too much preparation left over at the end of it all!