About JEE / BITSAT Examinations

JEE has two different examinations



JEE Main & JEE Advanced are objective exams based on Std 11th & 12th Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM) syllabi and are conducted online. JEE Advanced is mainly for admission in IITs. JEE Advanced is internationally regarded as one of the most challenging undergraduate admission tests. About 11 lakh students compete for a total of 17485 seats in 23- Indian Institute of Technology (IITs). This includes caste-based reservation seats.


It is conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). These have negative marking scheme, normally +4, -1 is used for JEE Main. There are 2 attempts for JEE Main, while JEE Advanced has only one attempt. All these exams are conducted in online mode.


XII Board marks do not influence the admissions in most colleges, but are only used as an eligibility criterion e.g. In case of IITs NITs, and IIITs, the students are expected to score 75% aggregate or be in the top 20 percentile of their respective board. 


Apart from JEE Main & JEE Advanced, another popular exam is BITSAT, through which admissions to BITS Pilani, Goa, Hyderabad and Dubai are decided. BITSAT is also quite similar to JEE Main in pattern, syllabus and difficulty level. Apart from PCM, it also has English and Logical Reasoning questions.


Total Seats Offered around 2,000, whereas about 3 Lakh students apply for these seats. Admissions are purely on merit, no caste based reservations, nor any management seats.

There are 2 attempts for BITSAT. It is conducted in online mode.

Exam Conducting AuthorityNational Testing Agency(NTA)One of the Indian Institutes of Technology(IITS)
Number of PapersPaper 1 (B.E./B.TECH) and Paper 2(B.ARCH/B.PLANNING)Paper 1 and Paper 2
Type of QuestionsMultiple Choice Questions(MCQs) in Paper 1Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs), Integer Type Questions, Questions with Multiple Correct Answers
SubjectsPhysics, Chemistry, Mathematics for Paper 1Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics for Both Papers
Exam ModeComputer-Based Test (CBT) for Paper 1Paper-Based or Computer-Based Test (Varies by Year)
Marking+4 for Correct, -1 for WrongEvery Section has Different Marking System from +1 to +4, -1 in All Other Cases
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