JEE Main Mock Test 2018 - Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the mock test of JEE Main 2018 on December 13, 2017. JEE Main 2018 mock test is available for those candidates who are appearing for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech) in the computer-based mode on April 15 and 16. Candidates must take JEE Main mock test 2018 to get familiar with the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode of the exam and know about the structure of the question paper. JEE Main 2018 mock test is available in Hindi and English language for only those candidates appearing for paper 1. The JEE Main mock test includes questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. JE Main mock test must be completed within 3 hours. Candidates appearing for JEE Main paper 1 in offline mode on April 8, 2018, must also practice JEE Main mock test 2018 to get an idea of the questions that they can expect in the entrance examination. The link to take the mock test of JEE Main 2018 is provided on the page. To get complete information on how to take JEE Main mock test 2018 and other relevant details, go through the article given below on this page.
Test takers can benefit from JEE Main mock test 2018 in various ways. Some of the advantages of practising JEE Main mock test are listed below:
Candidates have to follow few basic steps as given below to take JEE Main 2018 mock test:
Steps to practice JEE Main Main Mock Test 2018
|Step 1||Click on ‘JEE Main Mock Test 2018’ link provided on this page.|
|Step 2||Click on the ‘Sign In’ button. Candidates are not required to enter any details.|
|Step 3||Read all the instructions that appear on the screen and then click on the ‘Next’ button.|
|Step 4||Go through the exam specific instructions, choose the default language, mark a tick on the declaration box and then click on the ‘I am ready to
begin’ tab to begin taking JEE Main mock test.
CBSE has activated the link for JEE Main Mock Test 2018. Candidates can take the mock test of JEE Main 2018 made available online.
To take JEE Main Mock Test 2018 - Click here
The question palette of JEE Main 2018 mock test indicates the status of the questions. The Question palette will be displayed on the right side of the screen and each status will be shown with different colour and symbol. A screenshot of the question palette is given below:
Candidates have to follow the steps given below to answer a question while taking JEE Main 2018 mock test:
In case, candidates are not sure about a particular option they can change it by directly clicking on the desired option. The test takers can also click on the ‘Clear response’ option and then choose the appropriate option.
The three sections; Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics will be displayed on the top bar of the screen. To navigate from one section to another, candidates have to click on the name of the particular subject.
In the mock test of JEE Main 2018, there will be questions from three sections, namely, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The question paper structure will be similar to the exam pattern of JEE Main 2018. The question paper pattern of JEE Main mock test is as mentioned below:
JEE Main Mock Test 2018- Paper pattern
|2.||Question type||Multiple choice questions|
|3.||Total number of questions||90|
|4.||Distribution of questions||30 questions per section|
|5.||Number of correct response||Only one correct answer for each question|
|7.||Marking scheme||Correct answer- +4
Incorrect answer- -1
While attempting JEE Main 2018 mock test, candidates must keep a note of the following points:
About JEE Main 2018 - Every year, CBSE conducts JEE Main for admission to undergraduate engineering courses offered in 31 NITs, 23 IIITs, 20 GFTIs. JEE Main 2018 comprises of two papers- Paper 1 (for B.Tech/B.E) and Paper 2 (B.Arch./B.Plan.). JEE Main paper 1 will be held in pen-paper based and computer-based mode. Whereas paper 2 of JEE Main will be held in the offline mode. JEE Main also the first stage examination for admission to the 23 IITs and ISM, Dhanbad. The 2,24,000 top JEE Main qualifiers will be shortlisted to appear for JEE Advanced 2018.