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WBJEE - 2015 Exam Pattern

Click here to know about the paper pattern, types of question and negative marking method of WBJEE-2015.

Dec 10, 2014 15:50 IST
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The “WBJEEM-2014” examination will be conducted on four subjects: Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Based on courses offered, there will be 3 (three) categories of examinees as listed below:

Category Option

Availability of courses for admission through WBJEEM-2015

Candidates have to appear in the following subjects

Category Type

1

Engg/Tech/Arch/Pharm

Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry

E

2

Medical/Dental/Pharm

Biological Sciences
Physics
Chemistry

M

3

Engg/Tech/Arch/Pharm/ Medical/ Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics

C

Note: Candidates seeking admission to Pharmacy course at Jadavpur University will have to appear for Mathematics along with Physics and Chemistry as “E” or “C” type candidate. For other Pharmacy colleges, the score in Physics and Chemistry will be considered along with the better score of either Mathematics or Biology. Therefore candidates may be from “E” or “M” or “C” type.
Questions will be based on the syllabus for WBJEEM-2015. In every subject, all questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ-type, with four options against each of the questions) and the answer(s) to each of the questions has/have to be marked on the OMR. Questions will be of three categories, divided as per following table.

Subject

Category – 1

Category – 2

Category – 3

Total Marks

Mathematics

1 mark each
(60-Questions)

2 marks each
(15-Questions)

2 marks each
(5-Questions)

100

Biological Sciences

1 mark each
(60-Questions)

2 marks each
(15-Questions)

2 marks each
(5-Questions)

100

Physics

1 mark each
(45-Questions)

2 marks each
(10-Questions)

2 marks each
(5-Questions)

75

Chemistry

1 mark each
(45-Questions)

2 marks each
(10-Questions)

2 marks each
(5-Questions)

75

Category – 1:
(a) Only one option is correct, correct response will yield one mark.
(b) For incorrect response, 33.33% of full mark (1/3) would be deducted.
(c) For more than one answer indicated against a particular question in the OMR sheet; the said answer will be treated as incorrect response/answer. Marks will be deducted on the basis of rule enumerated in Clause (b) above.

Category – 2:
(a) Only one option is correct, correct response will yield two marks.
(b) For incorrect response, 33.33% of full marks (2/3) would be deducted and
(c) For more than one answer indicated against a particular question in the OMR sheet; the said answer will be treated as incorrect response/answer. Marks will be deducted on the basis of rule enumerated in Clause (b) above.

Category – 3:
(a) More than one option may be correct and marking of all correct options only will yield two marks.
(b) For any combination of answers containing one or more incorrect responses, net mark awarded will be zero (0).
(c) For partially correct response without any incorrect marking:
     Marks awarded = 2 X (no of correct responses) / (total no of correct options)

Mode of Answering:
Questions must be answered on specially designed machine readable answer sheets (OMR Answer Sheet). Answers are to be marked (Bubbled) using Blue/Black ball point pen, only on the ‘OMR Answer Sheet’.

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