AIEEE 2012 Exam Pattern

AIEEE 2012 Exam Pattern

AIEEE is the All India Engineering Entrance Examination conducted by CBSE to have the admission in the top engineering colleges. The syllabus is also very well known to the candidates as there are going to get the questions which they learn in the intermediate. AIEEE consists of two papers .First paper consists of three parts Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics of equal weightage with objective type questions for B.E/B.Tech courses. Second paper consists of Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawing for B.Architecture and B.Planning.

AIEEE 2012 Exam Pattern

The Aptitude Test is designed to evaluate candidate’s perception, imagination, observation, creativity and architectural awareness.

Paper –I:
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics- Objective type questions with eequal weightage to all the subjects.
Paper-II:
Mathematics Part-I: Objective type questions
Aptitude Test Part-II: Objective Type Questions
Drawing Test Part-III: Questions to test Drawing Aptitude.

The written test timings are given as 29th April 2012:

Paper-I Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics- 9:30-12:30 – 3Hours
Paper-II Mathematics Part-II, Aptitude Part-II and Drawing Part-III – 2PM-5PM – 3 hours duration.

The online examination (computer based) timings are from 7th May 2012 to 26th May 2012

Paper-I Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

1st shift- 9AM to 12 noon
2nd Shift- 2PM to 5PM

but the B.Arch/B.Planning examination will be held on 29th April 2012 even for the online candidates also.

The examination pattern is given as the question consists of 4 options having single correct answer. If by mistake keep the wrong answer ¼ of the total marks allotted to the question will be deducted. But no marks are going to be deducted for the unattempted questions. So the candidates are requested to answer the question only if they are sure about the answer otherwise they are going to lose the marks. If by mistake if a candidate gave 2 answers for the same question then the question is considered as wrong and the marks will be deducted.

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