JEE Main 2021 August (Session 4) Question Paper with Solutions

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Question Paper PDFs for JEE Main 2021 August (Session 4)

Download free JEE Main 2021 August (Session 4) Question Paper Solutions to ace your exams on covering Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. We have curated a list of memory-based questions and these will aid you in preparing and checking the marks efficiently for the exam held in a very short span of time. We have provided a detailed explanation of each question in JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Solutions. These materials are easily available and you may download these materials for free in PDF format. Hope the solutions that we provide for JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Solutions help you in your preparation.

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JEE Main 2021 August Session 4 Question Paper with Solutions

Benefits of Solving JEE Main 2021 Papers

There are various benefits to the aspirant to solve the JEE Main papers. Some of them are given below:

  • It makes the students familiar with the examination pattern.

  • Students get to face all levels of questions while solving the previous year’s papers.

  • Students will also get to know the important topics of all three subjects, viz, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

  • Solving papers helps them to increase their speed and accuracy.

  • Also, students will find their weakest and strongest points, and working on them will help to score more marks.

  • Along with finding their weakest and strongest points, they might evaluate themselves on where they stand and how their preparation level is.

  • They will not get frightened while attempting the actual exam because solving papers and working on their weaknesses help them to be positive and confident.


JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Pattern and Marking Scheme

JEE Main 2021 question paper consists of two sections, Section A and Section B. Here is the table to understand the JEE Main 2021 Question Paper Pattern and its Marking Scheme. 


Subject

Section A

Section B

Marks


Maximum Number of Questions

Maximum Questions Attempted

Maximum Number of Questions

Maximum Questions Attempted

Total Number of Questions

Physics

20

20

10

5

100

Chemistry

20

20

10

5

100

Maths

20

20

10

5

100

Total

Maximum Questions: 90, Maximum Questions Attempted: 75

300


Marking Scheme: For each correct answer student will get +4 marks whereas for each wrong answer 1 marks will be deducted. Therefore, it is advised to students not to attempt those questions for which they are not sure.

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