JEE Main 2017 Wrong Questions: Will CBSE conduct JEE Main 2017 without any glitch

April 2, 2017 govind

JEE Main 2017 Wrong Questions
JEE Main 2017 Wrong Questions - The JEE Main Paper I (B.Tech) was successfully conducted by CBSE on April 02, 2017 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Till now, there are no reports of any glitches in the paper. There were 4 sets of paper, which are Code A, B, C and D. According to most candidates, the Chemistry section of both code B and C was the easiest, while few found the Mathematics section of Code B easy. Since last two years, there were wrong questions and options in the JEE Main, thus, confusing most of the candidates.

Every year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) the examination authority of JEE Main tries to conduct the exam without any discrepancy and controversy. However, from the last two years, the issue of wrong questions landed the exam in controversy and baffled the test takers.

During the exam, the candidates are advised to attempt only those questions which they can answer. Experts also suggest that candidates must attempt only those questions in which they are confident as it will not only help them to score marks but also save their time to answer more questions. They also said that candidates should leave those questions in which they are confused while deriving answers as it may the wrong question or have incorrect answer options.

According to experts, candidates unknowingly attempting the wrong questions in JEE Main which consume lots of time without getting an answer of the same. Therefore, candidates are advised not to waste time on the particular question as it may have wrong questions or options.

The doubts regarding JEE Main 2017 wrong questions may raise after the publishing of the answer key. However, based on the JEE Main 2017 answer key and answer key by various coaching institutes, such number of wrong questions will be highlighted.

What will CBSE do in case of wrong questions in JEE Main 2017?

To help students we bring few possibilities which CBSE may consider to compensate the discrepancy occurred in the entrance exam.

Possibility 1: CBSE might grant bonus marks per questions to all candidates irrespective of whether they attempted the question to choose a wrong answer

Possibility 2: In this case, the CBSE might delete the wrong question and accordingly calculate the scores

JEE Main is conducted for selection of candidates for JEE Advanced and for admission to NITs, IIITs, and GFITs. Based on the JEE Main 2017 All India rank candidates will be selected for admission to nearly is 24,000 undergraduate engineering seats in 31 NITs, 20 IIITs and 18 GFITs. Also, based on JEE Main 2017 result the top 220000 candidates will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced on May 21, 2017. The JEE Advanced 2017 will be held for admission to the 11,000 (approx) B.Tech seats in the 23 IITs.

JEE Main Wrong Questions in past two years

In 2016

In 2016, various experts of leading coaching institutes raised doubts over many questions in the Paper 1. According to them, as many as 5 questions or options had errors in Paper 1. As per the experts, the question paper had reflected that either the answer options are given in the test booklet were not correct or the questions itself were incorrect. While releasing JEE Main answer keys, many coaching experts said that students were confused during the exam as many questions had multiple answer options.

In 2015

In 2015, while publishing the answer key many various coaching institutes had raised doubts on two wrongs questions in the entrance test. The examination authority, CBSE accepted the discrepancy and compensated candidates without hampering their score and all India rank.

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