JEE Main 2013 Question Papers: Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2013 was conducted by CBSE in the month of April 2013. However, it is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) currently. The exam was conducted in both offline and online modes. The question papers of both offline and online mode of exam are given below on this page. The candidates can use previous year question paper to boost their preparation. To practice question, candidates can download JEE Main 2013 Question Paper with Solutions from the links on this page.
JEE Main 2013 Question Papers
The question papers for JEE Main 2013 are given as pdf files below. Click on the links in the table given below to access and download JEE Main 2013 Question Papers.
- JEE Main 2013 Question Paper B.Tech
- JEE Main 2013 Question Paper B.Arch
- JEE Main 2013 Question Paper 23 Apr B.Tech
- JEE Main 2013 Question Paper 22 Apr B.Tech
- JEE Main 2013 Question Paper 25 Apr B.Tech
- JEE Main 2013 Question Paper 9 Apr B.Tech
More than 14 lakh students appeared for JEE Main 2013 exam. Out of these, only 1.5 lakh candidates appeared for JEE Advanced 2013. The candidates appearing in JEE Advanced 2013 also had to be among top 20 percentile in the Board exams. Most of the students opted for Offline Mode of exam that year.
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How to Use JEE Main 2013 Question Papers for Preparation?
The candidates can utilise JEE Main 2013 Question Papers with Answers in several ways to help their preparation. Multiple such ways are mentioned for the assistance of aspirants below. Go through these points in order to understand better how to use these to your advantage.
Speed: Solving more and more question papers ultimately improve the candidates’ paper-solving speed. Since speed is an important factor to score better in the exam, hence the candidates must solve sufficient number of question papers to achieve a high speed.
Accuracy: It is a common practice to make the same mistakes again and again. While solving the previous year question papers, the candidates can analyse their frequent mistakes and correct the same. Thus, it helps improve their overall accuracy.
Revision: It is advised to solve question papers after completing the syllabus, so that they do not need to go through the same old topics time and again. Also, it helps the candidates know about a topic they might have mistakenly skipped while preparing.
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