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WBJEE Sample Question Paper Set-II

Get free access to WBJEE Sample Question Paper Set-II in pdf format for WBJEE 2017 engineering entrance examination. This paper consists of three sections-Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) holds common entrance examinations for admission to the Undergraduate level engineering courses in the State of West Bengal.

Apr 19, 2017 11:27 IST

    Find WBJEE sample Question Paper Set-II for WBJEE-2017 Examination. This paper consists of three sections- Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
    The Mathematics section consists of 75 questions. Physics and chemistry Sections consist of 40 questions each.
    The WBJEE sample paper provided by Jagranjosh.com matches the exact pattern of WBJEE exam. WBJEE 2017 sample papers will help students in checking the level of preparation. This paper also provide you important questions that are expected to come in WBJEE-2017 examination.

    About Exam:

    West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) holds common entrance examinations for admission to the Undergraduate level engineering courses in the State of West Bengal. The board conducts the Common Entrance Examination for admission to Undergraduate Courses in Medical, Dental, Engineering & Technology. Pharmacy and Architecture in Universities, Govt. colleges and Self Financed Institutes in the State.

    Few Sample Questions from the Question Paper are given below:

    Q. Two persons A and B start from the same location and walked around a square in opposite directions with constant speeds. The square has side 60 m.   Speeds of A and B are 4m/s and 2m/s respectively. When will they meet first time

    (A) 10sec

    (B) 2Osec

    (C) 30sec

    (D) 4Osec

    Q. Depression of freezing point of which of the following solutions represent the cryoscopic constant of water
    (A) 6% by mass of urea in aqueous solution

    (B) 100g of aqueous solution containing 18g of glucose

    (C) 59g of aqueous solution containing 9g of glucose

    (D) 1M KCl Solution in water

    Q. Consider the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Using these digits, number of five digits are formed. Then probability of these such five digit numbers that have odd digits at their both ends is

    (A) 1/7

    (B) 2/7

    (C) 3/7

    (D) None of these

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