JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers
All the past year JEE (Main) examination papers with their solutions are given here. JEE aspirants must solve the past year papers for best JEE Main preparations. As JEE (Mains) was introduced in the year 2013, the papers prior to 2013 are labelled as AIEEE previous year papers. You can get year last ten years JEE Main and AIEEE question papers and answers.
Given below are previous year question papers of JEE.
The JEE Main exam was introduced in 2013. Prior to that, AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination) was conducted. Question paper of JEE Main are given in the pages given above. The JEE Main 2014 question paper will be available in April 2014 after the exam is conducted. We suggest students to view or download the JEE Main question papers to prepare for upcoming JEE Main exams. To help you check the preparation, JEE Main solutions are also provided with the papers. Previous year papers of IIT-JEE provides an insight of current year paper and also help to check our preparation level as IIT-JEE papers are a perfect example of completeness of knowledge and depth of concepts.
For AIEEE Previous Year Question Papers with Solutions Click Here.
The JEE Main Previous Year Question Papers enables the aspirants to get an idea about the type of questions, marking systems, duration and other such details pertaining to the Joint entrance Examination Main. It is beneficial for students to go through the papers such that they get accustomed.The JEE Main exam is held in both online and offline modes. JEE Main papers and JEE Main online papers are both available here.
The JEE Main is conducted by CBSE which earlier organized AIEEE. There are slight changes in pattern however you are advised to also go through AIEEE previous year question papers.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an all India common entrance examination which is conducted for admission in various engineering courses like B.Tech, B.E, B.Arch and B.Planning under the direction of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). CBSE and CSAB are two different and independent boards. CBSE conducts JEE (Main) examination and publishes the merit list. CSAB only uses the merit list published by CBSE for seat allocation purposes. In previous years the admission process was conducted through CCB (Central Counseling Board), while this year CCB has been renamed as CSAB (Central Seat Allocation Board) for completing the seat allocation process.
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