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EXAM PATTERN, SYLLABUS OF REAP 2017

  • As there will not be any separate test in the REAP 2017, candidates should know and should prepare themselves for the JEE Main 2017.
  • Also, the JEE Main 2017 is already over from the 2nd of April to the 9th of April 2017.
  • Candidates must have already appeared for Paper I of JEE Main examination if they look for engineering admission in Rajasthan state.
  • In the case of candidates interested in admission to the B. Arch course, they should have valid JEE Main (paper II) score or NATA 2016/2017 score.
  • Also, NATA 2017 is already over on the 16th of April 2017.
  • Even though, both JEE Main and NATA 2017 are already over, candidates are recommended to be aware of the test pattern, if they plan to apply to these tests in 2018.
  • JEE Main paper I and II pattern will be as given in the table below:

Paper

Subject

Question type

Examination mode

Duration

I

Physics, chemistry and mathematics

Multiple choice question paper with equal weightage to all three subjects

Computer based or pen and paper based

3 hours

II

Part I – Mathematics

Part II – Aptitude test

Part III – Drawing Test

Objective type for Part I and II and questions to test drawing aptitude for part III

Pen and paper based

3 hours

  • For 2018, it is expected that the JEE Main paper I test for engineering admission will have 90 questions carrying a maximum of 360 marks
  • It is expected that each of the three papers will have 30 questions.
  • Each question will carry 4 marks and there will be deduction of 1/4th mark for wrong answers
  • There will not be any deduction for questions that are not attempted by the students.
  • There will be only a single correct option from the four options for each question and marking of more than a single answer will also be considered a wrong answer and there will be mark deduction for the same.
  • The aptitude test of the JEE Main paper II test for admission to B. Arch and B. Planning courses will have 50 objective type questions with four marks for each correct answer.
  • Mathematics part will have 30 objective questions with each correct answer carrying 4 marks.
  • The drawing section will have two questions carrying 70 marks and this section should be done by the candidates in a separate drawing sheet.
  • There will be a deduction of 1/4th mark for every wrong answer in paper II as well.
  • The paper pattern for NATA is as follows:

Subject

Mark distribution

Total

Mathematics – 20 Questions

20x2

40

General Aptitude – 20 Questions

40x2

80

Drawing  - 2 Questions

2x40

80

 

Total

200

  • The mathematics and general aptitude sections will have objective type questions.
  • There will be a single correct option and the correct answer will get two mark each. There will not be any negative marking, but wrong answers will be penalized in the case of tie breaking.
  • For drawing section, the test takers will have to attempt two questions within 90 minutes.

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