JEE Main Exam Pattern 2022(Changed): No. of Questions, Exam Duration, Negative Marking

JEE Main Exam Pattern 2022(Changed): No. of Questions, Exam Duration, Negative Marking

JEE Main Exam pattern 2022 Every year NTA conducts JEE Main for admission into various UG programs like B.Tech, BE, B.Arch and B.Plan respectively. JEE Main is considered to be one of the toughest engineering entrance exams in the country. But with the right guidance and direction, anyone can crack this exam. If a student prepares for the exam as per the JEE Main Exam Pattern 2022 and the syllabus, then he/she is likely to score good marks in the exam.

Through this Article, we’ll shed light on the important details on the Exam pattern of JEE Main in a comprehensive way. Applicants are suggested to read the article completely to get an in-depth idea on the JEE Main Exam pattern 2022.

JEE (Main)-2022 will be conducted in the following modes:

  1. Paper 1 (B.E. /B. Tech.) in “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode
  2. Paper 2A (B. Arch): Mathematics (Part-I) and Aptitude Test (Part-II) in “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode only and Drawing Test (Part-III) in pen & paper (offline) mode, to be attempted on drawing sheet of A4
  3. Paper 2B (B. Planning): Mathematics (Part-I), Aptitude Test (Part-II) and Planning Based Questions (Part-III) in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode

Medium of the Question Papers: Drawing form the National Education Policy (NEP), the JEE (Main) 2022 will now be conducted for the first time in Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu for the first time, in addition to Hindi, Gujarati and English.

S. No. Language Examination Centres
1. English All Examination Centres
2. Hindi All Examination Centres in India
3. English and Assamese Examination Centres in Assam
4. English and Bengali Examination Centres in West Bengal, Tripura and Andaman & Nicobar Island
5. English and Gujarati Examination Centres in Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli
6. English and Kannada Examination Centres in Karnataka
7. English and Marathi Examination Centres in Maharashtra
8. English and Malayalam Examination Centres in Kerala and Lakshadweep
9. English and Odia Examination Centres in Odisha
10. English and Punjabi Examination Centres in Punjab, Chandigarh and Delhi
11. English and Tamil Examination Centres in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman & Nicobar Island
12. English and Telugu Examination   Centres    in    Andhra    Pradesh                      and Telangana
13. English and Urdu All Examination Centres in India

The option of language for question paper should be exercised while filling up the Application Form online and it cannot be changed at a later stage.

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Please note that for the correctness of the questions in all the question papers, the English version will be taken as final.

Scheme of Examination

Subject combinations for each paper, type of questions in each paper, and mode of examination is given in the table below:

PAPER SUBJECTS TYPE OF QUESTIONS Mode of Examination
Paper 1: B.E./B.Tech. Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) & Questions for which answer is a numerical value, with equal weightage to Mathematics,

Physics & Chemistry

“Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode only
Paper 2A:

B. Arch

Part-I: Mathematics Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) & Questions for which answer is a numerical value “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode only
Part-II: Aptitude Test Objective Type Questions (MCQs) Multiple Choice
Part-III: Drawing Test Questions to test drawing aptitude “Pen & (offline) attempted sheet Paper mode on Based” to be Drawing
Paper 2B:

B. Planning

Part-I: Mathematics Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) & Questions for which answer is a numerical value “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode only
Part-II: Aptitude Test Objective Type Questions (MCQs) Multiple Choice
Part-III: Planning Based Questions Objective Type Questions (MCQs) Multiple Choice

Pattern of Examination

Paper1: B.E./ B. Tech. in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode:
1. Subject wise distribution of Questions, Total Number of Questions and Marks Subject Section A Section B Marks
Mathematics 20* 10* 100
Physics 20* 10* 100
Chemistry 20* 10* 100
Total 90 300
*Each Subject will have two sections. Section A will be of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and Section B will contain Questions whose answers are to be filled in as a numerical value. In Section B, candidates have to attempt any five questions out of 10. There will be no negative marking for Section B.
2 Marking Scheme for MCQs Correct Answer or the best Answer Four marks (+4)
Incorrect Answer Minus one mark (-1)
Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)
3. Marking Scheme for questions for which

answer is a Numerical value

Correct Answer Four marks (+4)
Incorrect Answer No mark (0)
Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)

 

4. Method of determining merit Conversion of the raw score in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Total into NTA scores.

Overall merit shall be prepared by merging NTA scores of all shifts of all days.

5. Method of resolving ties Tie between candidates obtaining equal Total NTA scores in Paper1: B.E./B.Tech will be resolved in the following descending order:

§  NTA score in Mathematics, followed by

§  NTA score in Physics, followed by

§  NTA score in Chemistry, followed by

§ Candidates having a lesser ratio of negative to positive responses

Paper 2A (B. Arch): Mathematics (Part-I) and Aptitude Test (Part-II) in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode only and Drawing Test (Part-III) in Pen & Paper Based (offline) mode, to be attempted on drawing sheet of A4 size.
1. Subject wise distribution of Questions, Total Number of Questions and Marks Subject No of Questions Marks
Mathematics (Part I) 20* 10* 100
Aptitude Test (Part II) 50 200
Drawing Test (Part III) 02 100
Total 82 400
*20 questions will be MCQs and 5 questions will have answers to be filled as a numerical value out of

10. There will be no negative marking for numerical value.

2. (a) Marking Scheme for MCQs Correct Answer or the most appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
Incorrect Answer/Multiple Answer Minus one mark (-1)
Unanswered /Marked for Review No mark (0)
(b) Marking Scheme for questions for which answer is a Numerical value Correct Answer or the most appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
Incorrect Answer No mark (0)
Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)
(c) Marking Scheme for Drawing Test (Part III)  

Two questions to be evaluated out of 100 marks.

3. Method of determining merit Conversion of the raw score in Mathematics, Aptitude Test, Drawing Test, and Total into NTA Scores.

Overall merit shall be prepared by merging NTA Scores of all shifts of all days.

4. Method of resolving ties Tie between candidates obtaining equal Total NTA scores in Paper 2B: B. Arch will be resolved in the following manner:

§  NTA score in Mathematics, followed by

§  NTA score in Aptitude Test, followed by

§  NTA score in Drawing Test, followed by

§ Candidates having a lesser ratio of negative to positive responses

Paper 2B (B. Planning) Part-I: Mathematics, Part-II: Aptitude Test and Part-III: Planning Based Questions in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode only
1. Subject wise distribution of Questions, Total Number of Questions and Marks Subject No of Questions Marks
Part-I: Mathematics 20* 10* 100
Part-II: Aptitude Test 50 200
Part-III: Planning Based Objective Type MCQs 25 100
Total 105
*20 questions will be MCQs and 5 questions will have answers to be filled as a numerical value out of

10. There will be no negative marking for numerical value.

2. Marking Scheme for MCQs Correct Answer or the most appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
Incorrect Answer/Multiple Answer Minus one mark (-1)
Unanswered /Marked for Review No mark (0)

 

3. Marking Scheme for questions for which answer is a Numerical value Correct Answer or the appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
Incorrect Answer No mark (0)
Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)
4. Method of determining merit Conversion of the raw score in Mathematics, Aptitude Test, Planning Based Test, and Total into NTA Scores.

Overall merit shall be prepared by merging NTA Scores of all shifts of all days.

5. Method of resolving ties Tie between candidates obtaining equal Total NTA scores in B. Planning will be resolved in the following manner:

§  NTA score in Mathematics, followed by

§  NTA score in Aptitude Test, followed by

§  NTA score in Planning Based Questions, followed by

§  Candidates having a lesser ratio of negative to positive responses

 Important Note for Multiple Choice Questions: To answer a question, the candidates need to choose one option corresponding to the correct answer or the most appropriate answer. However, if after the process of challenges of the key, more than one option is found to be correct then the multiple correct options will be given four marks (+4). Any incorrect option marked will be given the minus one mark (-1). Unanswered/Marked for Review will be given no marks.

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