Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2015 is conducted in online and offline mode. The online examination is due on 10 and 11 April 2015. However, the offline exam was conducted on 4 April 2015. To avoid any sort of dishonest conduct, CBSE prepared four set for each paper. These sets were differentiated from one another by a unique code. The code for four set of JEE Main are A, B, C and D. Now, the JEE Main 2015 answer key will be issued as per these codes. Officially, it will be released on 18 April 2015. However, various private coaching institutes have already issued unofficial answer key. All the answer key for Set A, are given in this article, below.
The official answer key is a more reliable source, as it will be issued by the conducting body and will contain all the solutions in correct order. In the unofficial answer key, some issues might exist. However, we will suggest that candidates use both to estimate the scores. The unofficial answer key will be issued before the official one. So, candidates should, first, use the unofficial key, to predict scores, and then later use the official one. The unofficial key was issued by institute like Aakash Institute, Sri Chaitanya, Narayana Institute, FIIT JEE etc.
Other Related Important InforamtionActually, answer key of JEE Main 2015, is a file which contains answer to all the questions, in the exam. To estimate the scores, candidates will have to download it for Set A (or any other set) and then match the answer marked in the paper, with solution given in it. For marking each correct answer, as per the marking scheme, candidates may allocate themselves 4 marks. Similarly, according to the negative marking, for marking wrong answer deduct 1/4 mark. When the entire adding and substantiating procedure will end, candidates will have their estimated score with them.
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