WBJEE Exam Pattern 2019
To know detailed information about the upcoming entrance examination candidates will be able to check WBJEE 2019 exam pattern. The elements of the question paper will be known through the exam pattern of WBJEE 2019. After knowing the pattern of the exam the candidates will be able to prepare for the entrance examination properly through the WBJEE exam pattern 2019.
Details about the mode of duration, exam, type and the total number of questions, marking scheme, total marks awarded, and more will be present in the exam pattern of WBJEE 2019. On April 22, 2019, WBJEEB will be conducting the offline entrance examination of WBJEE 2019. Three sections Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics will be involved in WBJEE examination and each section will further by divided into three categories. In these three categories, the marking scheme will be different. Tentatively in the first week of June 2019, the result of WBJEE 2019 will be announced. For more information about WBJEE Exam Pattern 2019 read the full article.
Pattern of Question Papers in WBJEE-2019
This entrance test will be held in offline mode to test the aptitude of applicants in three subjects which are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. However, there are two papers:
Paper-I – Mathematics
Paper-II – Physics and Chemistry
- For admission to Pharmacy Course of the Jadavpur University, showing up in both Paper-I and Paper-II is necessary
- Applicants interested in Engineering/Technology/Architecture Courses need to appear in both Paper-I and Paper-II is mandatory.
- Applicants appearing in both Paper-I and Paper-II are likewise qualified for admission to Pharmacy course
- For admission to any Pharmacy Course other than that of the Jadavpur University, showing up in mathematics isn’t mandatory. The score in ‘Physics + Chemistry’ (paper-II) only should be considered.
As per Syllabus of WBJEE-2019 questions will be asked.
In each subject, all questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) type, with four choices for each of the questions. There will be three classifications (category) of questions in each of the subjects.
|Total no. Of Questions||Total Marks|
|No. Of Questions||No. Of Questions||No. Of Questions|
In Category I: Only one answer alternative is correct
In Category-II: Only one answer choice is correct
In Category-III: at least one answer alternatives are correct