The JEE advanced exam turned out to be a nightmare for the students. Students left the centres of the examination wearing a despondent look on their appearances subsequent to showing up for JEE advanced 2015 exam on Sunday. Nearly 8,000 students from Gujarat, who showed up for the exam, grumbled of the paper being extreme and long.
Most examinees additionally griped of the paper being dubious and out of example. The exam was held in two sections -Paper I was directed from 9 am to twelve, and Paper II from 2 pm to 5 pm. Both the sessions should be of 180 mark each.
In any case, Paper I ended up being of 264 questions and Paper II of 240 problems. In Paper II, students likewise gripped of a considerable measure of negative checking in Physics and Maths questions. Most of the inquiries were exceptionally lengthy.
"They can't change the example all of a sudden. We were diverted by the prospect that it would be a simple paper on the grounds that we had worked on comprehending before test papers. However, the first look of the paper totally flummoxed us," said Sandilya B, an understudy.
Hopefuls considered how the examination would affect their general execution. On a general size of trouble an extensive number of students discovered the paper troublesome.
There were 105 exam centres in all in the state of Gujarat. There were five focuses in Ahmedabad -LJ Engineering College, Air Force School, Nirma University, Vishwakama Engineering College, and Swaminarayan College.
Hopefuls who cleared the JEE Main exam with a certain cut-off marks were qualified to sit for JEE progressed exam. Those who clear JEE propelled will be qualified for admission to IITs and their confirmations will be done on the premise of all-India positioning.
The results will be announced on June 18.