|Mode of exam||Computer Based Test|
|Medium of Exam||English, Hindi & Gujarati|
|Type of Questions||Objective Type or Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)|
|Marking Scheme||4 marks for a correct answer. -1 for a wrong answer and 0 for un-attempted questions|
|Subjects||Mathematics with 30 questions (Total marks 120)
Chemistry with 30 questions (Total marks 120)
Physics with 30 questions (Total marks 120)
The JEE Advanced 2019 will have two
Paper 1 and Paper 2.
Both the exams will be conducted on the same date, 3rd week of May, 2019 (Tentative). Paper 1 will be held from 9 am to 12 noon while Paper 2 will be held from 2 pm to 5 pm.
The question papers will only be available in two languages - English and Hindi. Candidates will have to choose the medium they prefer at the time of applying for the exam.
Each paper will have three sections and exam duration of three hours:
Section 1 will be Physics,
Section 2 will be Chemistry, and
Section 3 will be Mathematics.
JEE Advanced 2019 questions will be designed to test the comprehension,
reasoning and analytical ability of students. Questions will be objective-type
and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). There is negative marking in the exam to
discourage random guessing by students.
Section 1 will have 10 MCQs. Each question will have four options with only one correct answer.
Section 2 will have 5 MCQs. Each question will have four options with one or more correct answer(s).
Section 3 will have 5 questions with answers in single digit integer ranging from 0 to 9.
Section 1 will have 8 MCQs. Each question will have four options with one or more correct answer(s).
Section 2 will have 8 MCQs. Each question will have four options with only one correct answer. This section will have four paragraphs with theory, practical aspects, data etc. 2 questions will be asked from each paragraph.
Section 3 will have Matching List type questions. Two lists will be given with matching options coded as a, b, c, and d. Students will have to choose options according to the given code.
This paper is divided into three sections: Mathematics, General Aptitude, and Drawing skills
Total number of questions: 82 (Mathematics 30, Aptitude 50, Drawing 2)
Mathematics and Aptitude will be objective type while Drawing section will have questions to test the Drawing and Sketching skills
4 marks will be awarded for every correct response; 1 mark will be deducted for incorrect response. No marks will be given for unattempted questions.
Total Marks = 390 (Drawing section will be of total 70 marks, marking of every question will be given along with it.)