It is very important for engineering aspirants to get familiar with the pattern and difficulty level of the question paper before appearing for JEE Main exam. Students can easily do this by practicing sample papers and previous years’ question papers. It also helps students to assess their preparation and time management. Students must attempt sample paper based on the latest pattern and syllabus. In this article, the subject experts of Physics bring to you JEE Main Solved Physics Sample Paper. There are 30 questions in this sample paper. Each question is very important from examination point of view. It will also help in increasing your marks in the upcoming examination.
Why should students solve sample papers?
1. To aware about paper pattern
2. To check the preparedness and evaluate performance.
3. To improve speed and accuracy
4. To boost self-confidence
5. To know about the strength and weaknesses
Some sample questions are given below:
A diatomic gas has pressure P and volume V. It is now compressed adiabatically to 1/32 times the original volume. The final pressure is
(d) 128 P
A body cools from 50oC to 49.9oC in 5 s. How long will it take to cool from 40oC to 39.9oC? Assume the temperature of surrounding to be 30oC and Newton's law of cooling to be valid.
(a) 2.5 s
(b) 10 s
(c) 20 s
(d) 5 s
Let A be area swept out by the line joining the earth and the sun during Feb. 1991. The area swept out by the line during a typical week in Feb. 1991 is
(d) none of these
A simple pendulum performs simple harmonic motion about X = 0 with an amplitude A and time period T. The speed of the pendulum at X = A/2 will be
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