WBJEE 2017 Exam Pattern / Test Pattern Review

See here WBJEE 2017 exam pattern / test pattern detail information. THIS YEAR SOME NEW CHANGES IN WBJEE 2017 PATTERN.

WBJEE 2017 test pattern helps the candidate for better preparation. West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations / WBJEE will be conducted by West Bengal Government for the students who want to admission into the undergraduate courses in Engineering / Architecture / Pharmacy in universities or colleges in West Bengal. Participants must understand the pattern of paper before appear it. It provides them details about question type, total number, exam duration, marks etc. So all the students before take the exam you must need to know details about WBJEE 2017 Question Pattern. Here we give the information regarding exam pattern and that will help a lot to every students for better preparation and also help to crack it.

WBJEE 2017 Question Pattern / Exam pattern

WBJEE 2017 paper pattern is given below –

Category-I

Full Marks-1

 

Category-II

Full Marks-2

 

Category-III

Full Marks-2

 

Total

Number of

Questions

 

Total

Marks

 

No. of

Questions

 

No. of

Questions

 

No. of

Questions

 

Mathematics 50 15 10 75 100
Physics 30 5 5 40 50
Chemistry 30 5 5 40 50

Duration– Paper-I (Mathematics) 2 hours

Paper-II (Physics & Chemistry) 2 hours

Subjects of Exam

The WBJEE-2017 will be on Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry SYLLABUS. Two papers of examinations will be there.

‘Paper-I’ – Mathematics

‘Paper-II’ – Physics & Chemistry combined.

  1. For admission to any Engineering/Technology/Architecture Course appearing in both Paper-I and Paper-II is compulsory.
  2. For admission to Pharmacy Course of the Jadavpur University, appearing in both Paper-I and Paper-II is compulsory. 3. For admission to any Pharmacy Course other than that of the Jadavpur University, appearing in mathematics is not compulsory. Score in ‘Physics + Chemistry’ (paper-II) only shall be considered.
  3. Students appearing in both Paper-I and Paper-II are also eligible for admission to Pharmacy course.

In Category I: Only one answer option is correct.

In Category-II: Only one answer option is correct.

In Category-III: One or more answer options are correct.

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