April 9 bought smile for many JEE (Mains) aspirants as the students found the online test to be much easier than the offline test which was conducted on April 6. Physics was bit simpler said the examinees and chemistry and mathematics paper did not have much of tricky questions.
Students found direct questions for NCERT test book and common questions from previous year question papers. In the offline test Physics question paper was lengthier and difficult; however this was not the case with computer based exam.
More than 1.72 lakhs student appeared for the first day of JEE Mains 2014. Three more tests will be conducted on April 11, 12 and 19 respectively.
Students who took online exam found this version to be better than the written examination as they do not have to bother about shading the corr3ect option in OMR sheet and if the wrong option is shaded they tend to loose marks unreasonably.
The answer key of these exams will be realised on April 25 and results are expected on May 3 after which the top 1.5 lakh students will take JEE advance for seeking admission in IITs on May 25.
All India raking will be declared on July 7 by the CBSE board and students can get hold of their rank cards, the day onwards.
Those aspirants who get selected for JEE Advance will have to register their names from May 3 to 9. Result of JEE Advance will be announced on June 19. Aptitude test for Architecture will be held on June 26 and results will be out on June 29.
JEE Mains provides admission to aspirants in undergraduate engineering programme in IIITs, NITs and other centrally funded technical institutes on India
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