Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) is a pen and paper-based test that consists of multiple-choice questions. The exam will be conducted in a single session. According to the sample paper released by the official website of JEST, the question paper for physics will be divided into three parts. The maximum number of marks is 100. The distribution of questions are as follow.
|Parts||Number of Questions|
|Part A||15 questions|
|Part B||10 questions|
|Part C||25 questions|
Candidates who registered for the JEST should be aware of the marking scheme to ace the exam. The marking scheme details are given below. One should also know that the JEST score is valid for one year.
|Parts||Marks for Correct Answer||Negative Marking||Marks deducted for negative marking|
Candidates who aim to appear for the JEST 2020 can opt any of the locations indicated below.