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Can you tell me about the Marking Scheme and Provision of Negative Marking in West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination or the WBJEEM?
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Default Re: WBJEE Marking Scheme

West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination or the WBJEEM is a state-government controlled centralized test, conducted by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board for admission to many private and governmental medical and engineering institutions in West Bengal.

WBJEE 2016 Exam Pattern

Following are the features of the WBJEE exam pattern:
It is based on class XI, XII Syllabus.
There will be two paper of:
a. Paper I- Mathematics (2 hours)
b. Paper II- Physics-Chemistry (2 hours)
Question type in the exam will be of multiple choice/ objective type.
In both the papers, questions will be classified in three categories category 1, category 2 and category 3.

WBJEE 2016 Exam Pattern- Marking Scheme and Provision of Negative Marking

Category-wise marking scheme and negative marking provision in WBJEE 2016 will be as below:

Category 1-
For each correct answer one mark will be awarded, whereas, for each wrong answer, 25% of total marks (1/4) will be deducted.
If candidates mark more than one answer, negative marking will be done.

Category 2-
For each correct answer 2 marks will be allotted and negative marking of 25% of total marks (1/2) will be implemented for wrong answers.
For marking more than 1 answer, marks will be deducted.

Category 3-
In this section more than 1 answer can be correct. Negative making will not be done in this section.
Candidates might have to mark all the correct answers, for which 2 marks will be awarded.
If, candidates marks one correct and one incorrect answer then no marks will be awarded.
But if, candidate marks only correct, without marking any incorrect, formula below will be used to allocate marks.
2 x (no. of correct response / total no. of correct options)
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