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JEE Main 2023 Online Exam – Preparation Strategy and Expected Pattern of Questions


JEE Main 2023 is being held in online mode. The JEE Main 2023 Online Test would be held in two (2) sessions. The first session of the JEE Main 2023 examination would be held from 24th January to 31st January 2023 and the second and the last session of JEE Main 2023 exam will be held in the month of April 2023 from 6th to 12th April 2023. Do not miss the JEE Main online application process.

It’s essential for you to appear for the JEE Main exam with a relaxed mind and without any stress or worries so that you can solve maximum questions with accuracy.

With less than a few days remaining for the examination, it is important that you focus more on your stronger areas of the syllabus. With the time and efforts that you have devoted to preparation, your fundamental concepts must be already quite clear. You must have practiced quite a lot of practice papers, sample papers as well as mock tests to be among the top rankers in the JEE Main Exam. A few words for morale-boosting might do a world of good to you here.

  1. Don’t start anything new now. These are crucial moments; you can’t afford to panic. Just calmly revise the portions of the subjects which you’ve already revised and practiced.
  2. Practice, practice, practice! That’s what I would suggest now. Take as many tests as possible in the limited time which you have. JEE Online Test Series would give you a real idea of your performance. Time yourself up in every mock test to improve your time management skills.
  3. Schedule your timetable as every subject needs proper, adequate attention. A planned strategy will increase your efficiency. Revision lists and Flag Lists will come in quite handy for your preparation for JEE Main.
  4. Take short breaks in between your study hours, if necessary, to relax and energise your mental abilities.
  5. A good sleep at night is absolutely necessary to keep your mind fresh.

JEE Main Paper Pattern

B.E/ B.TECH courses

JEE Main exam pattern has remained unchanged as per JEE Main 2022 exam. Following are the salient features of the JEE Main 2023 exam pattern.

  1. The number of questions that need to be attempted in the JEE Main 2023 paper remains 25 questions in each of the subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, as per the previous year.
  2. While there will be 30 questions, in the paper, you are required to attempt only 25 questions. Out of the 25 questions in each subject, 20 will be multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and 10 will have an answer to be filled as a numerical value, out of which you need to attempt any 5 questions.
  3. Negative marking is only applicable to incorrect answers in the MCQs. No negative marking will be applicable in case you answer a numerical value question incorrectly.

For B.Arch. Courses

The paper for B.Arch. and B.Planning. will be held separately. The B.Arch. JEE Main exam will include three papers, as below:

  1. Mathematics – Part 1 – 25 questions divided into 20 multiple choice questions; and 5 questions where the answer needs to be filled as a numerical value (out of total10 questions)
  2. Aptitude Test – Part 2 – 50 multiple-choice questions
  3. Drawing Test – Part 3 – 2 questions

For B.Planning Courses

For B.Planning, the paper consists of the following sections:

  1. Mathematics – Part 1 – 25 questions divided into 20 multiple choice questions; and 5 questions where the answer needs to be filled as a numerical value (out of total 10 questions)
  2. Aptitude Test – Part 2 – 50 multiple choice questions
  3. Planning Based Objective Type MCQs – Part 3 – 25 questions

Be confident in your preparations and appear for the JEE Examination without any fear.