The NTA (National Test Agency) conducts a national level competitive exam JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) it is held twice in a year in January and April. The upcoming big date for the exam is January 6 to 11, 2020. Acing the examination means door open for students seeking admission in undergraduate engineering programs for admission at NITs, IITs and other top engineering colleges across India.
With the changed pattern, the students can now appear for the examination twice in a year. The key intent behind the changed pattern is to help students get a sense of the format of the exam and encourage more students to take the test. The number of questions has been reduced from 30 to 25 (each subject), and out of the 25 questions, 20 will be multiple-choice/objective, and 5 will be numerical questions.
This has resulted in the reduction of 15 questions in total, which means the new pattern will give students the opportunity to spend more time per question, however, with this the level of difficulty in question paper might also change. The students will need to be very careful while attending to the questions, especially the numerical ones. So, the students should not only study hard but also study smart to get a good score in the upcoming exam.