JEE Main 2018 exam is scheduled to be conducted on 8 April 2018. As always, students are concerned about the difficulty level of the question paper. Whether all the SETS be of same difficulty level? What if I get the most difficult SET? Such questions do haunt JEE Main Aspirants. Last year, the Joint Allocation Board (JAB) ensured that the difficulty level for each SET of Joint Engineering Entrance Exam (JEE Main) will remain the same. Keeping the last year's record in mind, supposedly, the Joint Admission Board (JAB) will keep the difficulty level of the question paper same for examination of this year also. Different sets of question will be used on different dates of JEE (Main) examination.
The Joint Admission Board (JAB), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had released a public information notice which ensured same difficulty level for each SET of Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (JEE main). Last year, the executive director ensured that the subject expert of the examination prepared the JEE Main Question Paper in such a manner that all the sets of JEE Main Question Paper get the same percentage of Difficult, Medium as well as Easy Question.
About JEE Main 2018
JEE main (Joint Engineering Entrance Examination) is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for admission in Undergraduate engineering programs in IITs, NITs and other Technical institutes which are funded by the government of India. The candidates who are passed or appearing in class 12 exam are eligible to apply. This year JEE (Main) examination will be held in pen & paper mode on 8 April 2018 and in computer mode on 15 and 16 April 2018.
JEE Main Question Paper Difficulty Level - Know How its Maintained!
As per CBSE notification, following steps are taken to maintain the difficulty level of all the SETS of JEE Main Exam;
- Subject expert JEE Mainwhoprepar the question papers certify that the entire syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics had been covered in each Question SET.
- Syllabus of each Subject is divided into an appropriate number of the unit, thus selecting the equal number of questions from each Unit.
- Further, in all the question papers (of both the days) each subject carries the same percentage of the difficult, medium and easy question in each set of the JEE Main Question Paper.
- JEE Main Exam Pattern
- JEE Main Question Paper
- JEE Main Admit Card
- JEE Main Syllabus
- JEE Main Answer Key
Last Year Public Notice regarding JEE Main Difficulty Level
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