IIT JEE Main 2015 Question Paper Download
Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam is known to be the toughest engineering entrance exam. JEE Exam includes two sub categories IIT JEE Main and IIT JEE Advanced. Every year lakhs of students appear for IIT JEE Main to get admission in one of the renowned engineering colleges of India such as IITs, NITs and CFTIs and handful of them get a seat. This year over 13.04 lakhs students registered for the IIT JEE Main 2015 Exam out of which 11 lakh appeared for the exam through pen and paper mode i.e. offline mode and rest of them will give the exam on 10th & 11th April through online mode.
The offline mode of exam for B.Tech/B.E was conducted on Saturday 4th April, 2015 from 9:30 AM and ended on 12:30 PM. The paper includes 3 subjects Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. The paper had four different sets namely – Set A, Set B, Set C, Set D. Paper 2 of exam was for B.Arch./Planning which was held from 2PM to 5PM.
JEE Main 2015 Exam Pattern:-
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IIT JEE Main 2015 Question Paper Free Download:-
If you have appeared for the IIT JEE Main 2015 Exam or preparing for the exam than we have 4th April Offline IIT JEE Main 2015 Question Papers for You. Above we have provided you the links to all the sets namely Set A, Set B, Set C and Set D. All you need is just click on the links and you will be directed to the question paper and from there you can download the complete question papers in PDF form. We have also designed the YouTube video of question papers and you can also download them for free.
The question paper was of multiple choices with one correct answer out of four and there will be negative marking for every incorrect answer. Students were given three hours to complete the paper. However, no marks will be deducted for not attempting a question.
If we talk about the reviews of students and teachers than IIT JEE Main 2015 Exam was easier than the previous year. And the cut-off for JEE Advanced will go high in the range of 120-125.
Anand Kumar of Super 30 says that “It was a good paper. I would say that it was neither tough nor an easy one. Candidates those who practiced a lot of single corrective choice questing during their JEE Main Preparation would have found paper to be easy to solve.”
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