2015 JEE (Advanced) Exam & its important information
Question papers & its important points
Paper-1 and Paper-2 are the two question papers any student has to answer in his or her JEE (Advanced) Exam. M athematics, Physics and C hem istry are the 3 separate sections are to be answered in each of these two papers.
What are the question types and what do these questions ask you?
The questions ask you about your comprehensive skills followed by your reasoning and analytical power. The multiple choice questions’ types are objective. The questions also meant for measuring your numerical power in a distinct way.
Is there negative marking system?
Yes negative marking system is there for any incorrect answer.
What are the language systems available?
The question papers will be either in Hindi or in English, so you are to choose at the time of your filling the application form. You must not forget to mention about your choice of language at the time of registering your candidature for JEE (Advance) Exam. Once it is registered, you cannot change afterwards.
ORS or (Optical Response Sheet)
The answer sheet of JEE Advance is machine readable, i.e. ORS. The ORS consists of 2 pages; both of them have the same layout. No candidate is allowed to disturb the alignments or separate the pages, because the impressions of the first page are automatically imprinted on the 2nd page. The first page is so important that a candidate must darken the bubble or bubbles, so that the impression can be passed on to the 2nd page. The 2nd page is to be handed over to you at the end of the exam.
You must use only black ball point pen for marking your answers. Your adequate pressure on the first page will make the 2nd page impressed.
There will be some instructions on the question paper, including the darkening the bubble. The instructions are to be strictly followed.
Important points to be noted before entering the exam hall
1) Admit card’s downloaded printed copy. Without this no candidate can enter the exam hall. Since it is the downloaded copy, the candidates will be issued the original copy only after the individual seat occupation.
2) Both the IIT authorities and the invigilator will verify the identity of the candidates. In case these authorities come across any doubt, the candidate will not be allowed to sit for the exam. In case of permissible account is possible for considering the candidate to sit for, they have the full discretionary power to allow the candidate to appear for the examination by clearing the necessary formalities. However, the time being lapsed for completing the formalities will not be compensated by permitting any extra time to the candidate concerned.
3) Impersonation for appearing on behalf of others is a serious offence. This will not only disqualify the candidate in disguise, it will also invite legal actions even up to jail for this serious offence.
4) No electronic device will be allowed with the candidate in the hall. The banned items are calculators, smart phones, mobile phones, electronic watches, iPAD, tabs or any such.
5) Other than these: abacus, log books, slide rule, any type of study material, geometry box, white or written (blank) piece of paper / paper, wallets are not allowed in the hall.
6) What all a candidate can carry in the hall?
1) Downloaded admit card
2) Black ball point pens
3) Photo identity card in (original)
7) When can you leave the hall?
i) In the paper-1: you can leave the hall after IST 12.00
ii) In the paper-2: You can leave the hall after IST 17.00
iii) Visually impaired, using scribe has one hour extension (as mentioned earlier)