JEE Main Question Paper 2015 Set B

Introduction to the Exam:

The JEE Main examination, formally known as the Common Eligibility Exam (CEE), is an all India standardised entrance test for various undergraduate programs in technical fields. Students looking to pursue engineering, architecture, and planning courses must give the JEE Main exam for getting admission to top colleges in this field. The CBSE initially administered the JEE. However, from 2019 the responsibility shifted to the National Testing Agency (NTA). It is held in 13 different languages to make it easier for students who have completed their 10+2 in vernacular mediums. 

JEE Main Question Paper 2015 Set B with Answers and Solutions

In JEE Main Question Paper 2015 Set B, there are three subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Students have to attempt 30 multiple choice questions of 4 marks each in each subject. The marking system in JEE Main Question Paper 2015 Set B was as mentioned below: 

  • Every correct answer fetches +4 marks
  • Every incorrect answer subtracts a -1 mark
  • Every unanswered question, no marks are given

The JEE Main exam pattern is as follows:


Type of questions:

Mode of examination:


Negative marking:

NEET syllabus:


Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics

Multiple Choice Questions with 4 choices

Computer-based test (online)

3 hours


NCERT books

11 different languages, including Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi, Urdu, Odia, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Assamese, and Gujarati, besides English and Hindi.

Importance of Solving JEE Main Question Paper 2015 Set B

  • Students will be able to focus on important concepts and recurring questions. 
  • It helps students learn some tips and tricks to answer JEE Main questions without consuming much time.
  • Students can also clear their doubts to get a stronghold on their basics. 
  • It will help students build their confidence and reduce stress. 

JEE Main Question Paper 2015 Set B 

Extramarks JEE Main Question Paper 2015 Set B with solution sets are helpful for the JEE Main preparation. Students can analyse the exam pattern and know the difficulty level of JEE Main questions. 

Aspiring JEE Main aspirants can access the JEE Main question papers and solutions on the Extramarks website. In addition, our website has a lot of other JEE Main preparation material, including JEE  Main question papers, JEE Main sample papers, JEE Advanced question papers, and JEE Main mock tests.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What documents should I carry to the JEE Main examination centre?

Students must carry the JEE main admit card, passport-size photo, and address proof to the examination hall. 

2. Should I refer to the NCERT textbook for JEE Main?

Yes. The JEE Main syllabus is based on the NCERT books. Every year around 40% of questions are asked from the NCERT books.