WBJEE 2014 Question Paper Analysis

April 20, 2014 enggteam

WBJEE 2014, now called WBJEEM 2014, is the common entrance test taken for admissions to various degree-level professional courses in Medical, Dental, Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture in Universities, Govt. Colleges and Self-financed Technological Institutes in West Bengal.

The WBJEEM 2014 is conducted on the following four subjects: Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. A detailed analysis of WBJEEM 2014 question papers is given below:

  • All subjects would have multiple-choice questions
  • There will be four options for each question
  • Questions will be divided into three categories
  • For Mathematics and Biological Sciences, Category 1 would have 60 questions of 1 mark each, Category 2 would have 15 questions of 2 marks each and Category 3 would have 5 questions of 2 marks each
  • The total marks for Mathematics and Biological Sciences would be 100 each
  • For Physics and Chemistry, Category 1 would have 45 questions of 1 mark each, Category 2 would have 10 questions of 2 marks each and Category 3 would have 5 questions of 2 marks each
  • The total marks for Physics and Chemistry would be 75 each
  • There is negative marking
  • For every incorrect response for each question in any subject or any category, 33.33% (1/3) of full marks – 1/3 of 1 mark in Category 1 and 1/3 of 2 marks in Categories 2 and 3 – would be cut
  • In case more than one answer is marked for a question, it will be treated as a wrong answer and 1/3 marks would be cut
  • In Category 1, only one option out of four will be correct
  • In Category 2, only one option out of four will be correct
  • In Category 3, more than one option out of four will be correct. 2 marks in this category will be given only if all correct options are marked
  • In Category 3, if both correct and incorrect responses are marked, net marks will be zero
  • In Category 3, if correct options are marked without any incorrect marking, marks awarded will be = 2 x (no. of correct responses)/(total no. of correct options)
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