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WBJEE Exam Pattern 2020 - West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board (WBJEEB) has released the exam pattern of WBJEE 2020. The authorities has released details regarding the mode, duration, papers, number of questions based on categories, marking scheme and more in WBJEE 2020 exam pattern. WBJEE 2020 exam will have three sections - Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Information about the nature of the entrance examination is available through WBJEE 2020 exam pattern. Candidates are advised to check the exam pattern before commencing their preparation process for WBJEE. According to the exam pattern of WBJEE 2020, the marking scheme will differ as per the category of the questions. Read the full article to know more information about WBJEE Exam Pattern 2020. WBJEE 2020 will be conducted as an OMR based examination tentatively in the final week of May. The authorities will release the application form of WBJEE 2020 tentatively in the final week of December 2019.
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February 2, 2020
Announcement of Result
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The exam pattern of WBJEE 2020 consists of the details regarding the entrance examination. The authorities will release the official exam pattern in online mode along with the brochure. Through the exam pattern, the candidates will be able to know information about the exam mode, duration, marking scheme and more. By checking the WBJEE 2020 exam pattern before the preparation, the candidates will be able to become familiar with how the examination will be conducted.
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Mode of Exam
Offline Mode (OMR Based Examination)
2 Hours for each paper (Total 4 hours)
Paper I - Mathematics
Paper II - Physics and Chemistry
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions (Objective)
Number of Questions
Physics - 40 questions
Chemistry - 40 questions
Mathematics - 75 questions
Category-wise Division of Questions
Mathematics - 50 Questions in Category 1, 15 Questions in Category 2 and 10 Questions in Category 3.
Physics and Chemistry - 30 Questions in Category 1, 5 Questions each in Category 2 and 3.
Mode of Answering
There will be four alternative answers for each question. The correct response has to be selected by the candidates by darkening the appropriate circle completely with blue/black ball point pen.
Category 1 - Each correct answer will be awarded one mark.
Category 2 - For every correct response, two marks will be given by the candidates.
Category 1 - Incorrect response will yield a loss of ¼ mark
Category 2 - For each incorrect answer, ½ mark will be deducted.
Category 3 - There is no negative marking.
The marking scheme of WBJEE 2020 is a bit complicated since the marks awarded or deducted is different as per the category of the questions. Candidates can check the table given below to clarify their doubts about the marking scheme for WBJEE 2020.
30 Questions x 1 Mark
50 Questions x 1 Mark
5 Questions x 2 Marks
15 Questions x 2 Marks
10 Questions x 2 Marks
WBJEE 2020 will be conducted in offline mode (OMR based exam).
The examination will be divided into two papers. Both papers have to be attempted to qualify WBJEE 2020. However, those who wish for Pharmacy admissions will have to only attempt Paper 2.
Since the answers have to be marked in the Optical Machine Readable (OMR) response sheet, the candidates have to note that once their answers are marked, it cannot be changed.
The questions of WBJEE 2020 will have three categories. Marking scheme of each category will differ.
PwD candidates are eligible for 20 minutes extra time in each paper, for which they have to sit for the examination in the Board’s office in Kolkata.
Visually impaired PwD candidates are allowed to use a scribe/writer having less/lower academic qualifications than the candidates.
After checking the exam pattern, the candidates can refer to the syllabus of WBJEE 2020 to know which units and topics have to be studied for the upcoming entrance examination. Topics from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are included in the syllabus. It should be noted that the WBJEE 2020 syllabus is similar to the 10+2th qualifying examination syllabus. The official authorities will release the syllabus along with the brochure.
During preparation, the candidates are advised to solve sample papers of WBJEE 2020 in order to boost their preparation. Using the sample papers, the candidates will be able to understand the type of questions which are asked in the entrance examination. This will help the candidates to practice for the examination and rectify whatever mistakes that they do along the way. Solving sample papers is a great way to prepare for WBJEE 2020.
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WBJEE last date for application ended on November 13th, 2019 and no extension has been announced until now. Now, it is too late already and there will not be any reopening of registration for WBJEE. So you cannot apply for WBJEE now because there in facility of submission of application form with late fees payment. But you can also try writing JEE. If you missed applying for January session, atleast apply for April session. If you wait for WBJEE, you will have to wait for another year and waste an academic year. But if you write JEE in April, you will not lose out on an year.
WBJEE is comparitively easier than JEE main, therefore if you are able to solve JEE main Physics and Mathematics questions, then no need of worrying.
Both of these subject are conceptual, and the more you practise, the more shortcuts you discover. Try solving solved question first, and build your concept.
Whereas if you want to improove, I suggest you to go through the standard books such as H.C Verma, I.E. Irodov, D.C Pandey, and NCERT. For WBJEE, NCERT and H.C. Verma would be enough. Apart from this you may also consider the past year papers.
For mathematics, the more you practise, the less it is. Therefore, I would suggest you to go through as many books as time permits, for Maths. Consider, RD Sharma, NCERT, your school Text Book, Mathematics by R.S. Aggarwal, and of course previous year papers of WBJEE.
In case you fall short of material, go for some good coaching institute material, or solve JEE problems.
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