JEE Main 2014 Online Mock Test

By | February 8, 2014

JEE Main 2014 Online Mock Test have been uploaded on the main JEE website for the JEE candidates who have opted for the online system of examination. The JEE Main 2014 Exam Date available for computer based exams are: 9th April 2014, 11th April 2014, 12th April 2014, and 19th April 2014. Also, according to CBSE, candidates that have chosen the computer based examination method of JEE Main 2014 but do not make selection of specific dates and time slots will be allotted dates and time slots randomly, based on availability.

The JEE Main 2014 Online Mock Test is available on CBSE/JEE websites. The Candidate can download the same and practice as many times as he/she wants. This will give look and feel of the format of Computer Based Exam in simulation environment. There are four online mock tests based on the latest pattern of the JEE (Main) exam which are based on JEE Main 2014 Syllabus. Each test carries 90 questions which are divided equally in three sections dedicated to the subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

A total of 180 minutes duration will be given to attempt all the questions. Each question is allocated 4 marks for right answer, and one fourth marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. However, no deduction from the total score will be made if no answer is given. To offer equal opportunity to all the aspirants, these tests are available in both English and Hindi language options and are designed in a user-friendly mode.

The candidates taking the online test will get the feel of the mode of examination through the four mock tests available on the website. The candidates enjoy certain privileges opting for this method, like they can review or re-answer any question at any point of time during the examination. The candidate can change the option of the answer during the exam duration and it is one of the most important features of computer based examination. The candidate also has the option to mark any answer for review at later stage during the examination. There will be a panel on computer screen showing all the question numbers in different colour scheme which will indicate which are the questions answered, left unanswered and marked for review. The candidate will get the flexibility in choosing the exam date of his/her choice as per the convenience of the candidate. The candidate will also get the choice of shift, if the exam is in two shifts based on his/her convenience. It will make the candidate feel confident on use of Information technology. One can also save upto Rs. 300 in Exam fees as compared to Pen/Paper mode.

Last year, CBSE had received a total of 12.82 lakh applications from across India; of these, 1.74 lakh applications were received for taking the JEE (Main) on computer. CBSE is offering the online (computer-based exam) in 235 cities/ towns this year with a capacity of 5 lakh students in four days.  Candidates who had applied for offline mode can download their JEE Main 2014 Admit Card from the website of JEE Main and then can check their JEE Main Result 2014.

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