JAM 2016 Mock Test is available now from January 4, 2016 for JAM aspirants to practice and hone their preparation for the JAM 2016 exam scheduled on February, 2016 in 7 disciplines. Candidates are advised to practice o the JAM 2016 Mock Test as it is the online simulation of the actual test and helps candidates understand all aspects of the entrance test in addition to giving a feel of the actual test environment. Check the details below.Exam: JAM 2016
Conducted by IIT Madras
JAM 2016 Mock Test:
To get an idea of the JAM 2016 exam which comprises of online tests, candidates are advised to attempt the JAM 2016 Mock Test.
The Jam 2016 Mock Test is available from January 4, 2016 for all aspirants to practice on.
The JAM 2016 Mock Test will also have the virtual calculator incorporated in it. Candidates may remember that they will have to use the virtual calculator for JAM 2016 and therefore they will not be allowed to carry a physical calculator along with them to the exam hall
Candidates can familiarize themselves with the JAM 2016 Exam Pattern while practising with the JAM 2016 Mock Test.
Candidates can also practice extensively with the JAM 2016 Sample Papers and question papers from the previous years.
Salient features of JAM 2016:
JAM 2016 will be held on February 7, 2016 in 7 disciplines.
JAM 2016 will be held online only.
The JAM 2016 Admit Card can be downloaded only from JOAPs – the JAM 2016 Online Application Portal.
The JAM 2016 Result will be available from March 23, 2016 and the JAM 2016 Score can be downloaded only from the JOAPs.
The JAM 2016 Scores are used for admission to the M.Sc programmes at the IIT and IISc Bangalore.
Keep tuned to university.careers360.com for the latest updates on JAM 2016.
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you did not mention from which subject you have applied for iit jam 2020. however iit jam 2016 was conduct by iit madras, you may follow the below link to know about the answer key.
you may also follow arihant iitjam previous years question bank which has stream wise solution book.
Yes, you can definitely participate in the JAM exam after BSC physics.
IIT JAM is a national level examination, that offers admission into the following degree programmes at the IITs and IISC : M.Sc. (four semesters), M.Sc. Ph.D., and M.Sc. Ph.D. dual degree etc. Students that qualify this entrance examination are given admission to the reputed colleges of the country. Admissions are offered to both National and International Students.
The paper is a 3 hour online examination with 60 questions having a total of 100 marks.
There are seven test papers, namely for the following, Biotechnology (BT), Chemistry (CY), Geology (GG), Mathematical Statistics (MS), Biological Sciences (BL), Mathematics (MA) and Physics (PH). The syllabus will be based on the studied graduation topics.
The Basic Eligibility Criteria for the examination are:
1)All candidates should have a Bachelor's degree
2)In the qualifying degree, the total marks without rounding off or CGPA/CPI inclusive of all main subjects, languages and subsidiaries of all years combined) should be at least 55% or 5.5 out of 10 for General/OBC (NCL)/EWS category candidates and 50% or 5.0 out of 10 for SC/ST and PwD category candidates.
If the CGPA is on a different scale, it would be converted to the ten point scale. It is the candidate's responsibility to show proof of meeting the eligibility criteria, which in your case would be the documentation of your BSC physics.
Since you have done your BSC in physics, pay keen attention to the following topics: Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism,Mathematical Methods, Kinetic theory, , Oscillations, Waves and Optics, Devices and Electronics.
Hope this helps! All the best!
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