Odisha Joint Entrance Examination Board has released the previous year question papers with solutions at its official website. It is highly recommended to the candidates to practice as many OJEE Question Papers as possible to score better marks in the exam.
OJEE Syllabus and Exam Pattern vary course-wise. Hence, most candidates fret about the expected paper. To avoid such a situation, we have curated some OJEE sample papers that act as a remarkable source to learn about OJEE Exam Pattern and essential topics.
Benefits of OJEE Question Papers
Practising OJEE Question Papers can work wonders for you. Some of the most prominent benefits include:
Keeps a regular tab on your preparation and formulates improved strategies
Carves out your strong and weak areas
Helps to boost your confidence
Helps to understand the paper pattern, syllabus, structure of questions, frequently occurring topics, etc.
Manages your time effectively while taking the test
Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics of +2 science
Integrated MBA Test
LE – MCA
MCA – LE Test
B.Sc (LE) Test
B.Tech (second-year lateral entry)
Lateral Entry Test
Branch you opted for Engineering + Maths and Reasoning
Course of B. Pharm
B. Pharmacy (LE)
Based on Courses of D. Pharm
B. Arch & Engineering, Mathematics, and Reasoning
Architectural Conceptual Question & Reasoning
OJEE Exam is conducted in 3 sessions in a day.
OJEE Session 1 is a 2-hour examination, conducted from 9 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. It comprises 120 multiple choice questions, and the medium of the examination is English.
OJEE Session 2 is a 1-hour examination, conducted from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. It comprises 60-90 questions, based on the course/subject candidates are appearing for — the medium of the questions in English.
OJEE Session 3 is conducted in the afternoon and is divided into 2 slots. Candidates must appear for the appropriate slot that has their particular course-related subjects.
Slot 1 is a 1 hour (2.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.) examination, consisting of 60 MCQs
Slot 2 is a 2 hour (2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.) examination, consisting of 60-120 MCQs.