IIT Kanpur, which is the organizing committee for JEE Advanced 2018, in a latest update on the JEE Advanced website has released the mock test for the exam to be held on May 20, 2018. The mock test can be accessed by anyone. This is the first year that JEE Advanced exam will be a computer based test (CBT). Till last year, the exam was conducted in offline mode. However, as a result of certain goof ups, it was decided that the exam be conducted in computer based mode to avoid any discrepancy.
The mock test will help students familiarize with the concepts of a CBT. It will also help students get acclimatized with the functionalities of a CBT.
Mock tests, apart from helping students understand the concept of a CBT, also allow students to test their preparedness for an exam. Students planning to appear in JEE Advanced must attempt the mock test at least once. Even those who opt for pen-paper based test in JEE Main will still have to appear in CBT if qualified for JEE Advanced. So it won’t be wise to skip the mock test.
How to access JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test?
Step one: Go to JEE Advanced 2018 official website: www.jeeadv.ac.in
Step two: Click on the link provided for Mock Test.
Step three: The mock screen will appear. This is how the computer screen will look like on the day of the exam.
JEE Advanced 2018: Mock Test Login screen
Step four: Click on the sign in button. You do not need to provide any login credentials.
Step five: In the next screen, you will be provided instructions for the CBT. Read them carefully and click on Next.
Step six: In the next window again read all the instructions and select your default language from English and Hindi. Agree to the declaration and click on ‘I am ready to begin’. Your mock test will start.
Some features of the JEE Advanced 2018 Mock Test:
Each subject has three sections. The first two sections for each subject has eight questions and the last section has four questions based on two paragraphs provided.
In total there are 20 questions from each subject.
There will also be a timer on the top right corner of the screen which will denote the time which has passed since you started the test.
The mock also allows a student to navigate between subjects and separate sections.