After checking the official notification released by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board for WBJEE 2019, students have already started preparation to crack it with good score. Some students have started preparation after entering Class 12. According to the notification, the offline (or OMR based exam) will be conducted on May 26, 2019. Students willing to appear for WBJEE 2019, can submit online application before January 22. Here, we are proving compete study material including syllabus, chapter notes and previous years’ papers.
About the exam:
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE) is a state level common entrance test organized by West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board for admission to the Undergraduate Level Engineering and Medical Courses through a common entrance test in the State of West Bengal.
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WBJEE Syllabus 2019:
It is very important to know the latest syllabus in order to crack any exam. The students should know the updated syllabus before starting preparation for the examination. With the help of the updated syllabus students can know the domain of their study and start preparation accordingly. There are three subjects in WBJEE i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The syllabus mostly includes the syllabus of class 11 and class 12. Click on the link given below to check the updated and subjectwise syllabus.
WBJEE Exam Pattern 2019:
After going through the latest syllabus, the next thing which comes in student’s mind is the exam pattern. The students should get familiar with the latest exam pattern before appearing for the exam. Exam pattern helps students to make effective strategies to attempt the exam. WBJEE 2019 will be conduct in offline mode (i.e., OMR based). In this mode students have to solve the questions and mark the bubble on the OMR sheet corresponding to that question. Students can find the latest pattern of WBJEE 2019 in the table given below:
Subjects 
CategoryI 
CategoryII 
CategoryIII 
Total Number of Questions 
Total Marks 
No. of Questions 
No. of Questions 
No. of Questions 

Mathematics 
50 
15 
10 
75 
100 
Physics 
30 
5 
5 
40 
50 
Chemistry 
30 
5 
5 
40 
50 
A. Category 1
B. Category 2
C. Category 3
WBJEE Study Material 2019:
After getting familiar with the exam pattern and the syllabus, students require best study material. The study material is very important to score good marks in any exam. The students can find all the necessary material like chapter notes, previous year’s papers which will help them to crack the exam.
Chapter notes along with important questions:
The chapter/ revision notes are very important from the exam point of view. The students should focus on the chapter/revision notes when exams are around the corner as it is impossible for them to revise the complete book. Let us study the importance of chapter notes.
Physics Chapter Notes:
The students should focus on concepts instead of rote learning the theory to score good marks in Physics. Physics is also a scoring subject if you how to apply any concept to solve any numerical problem. The students should try to relate the concept with the real world problem for better understanding of the concept.
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Chemistry Chapter Notes:
The students can broadly divide the Chemistry subject into three parts i.e., Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. The students who love to do calculation should go for Physical Chemistry first where they can do numerical problems, thereafter they can go for the remaining two parts. But students, who are not good in calculation, should go for Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. 30% of the total questions asked in WBJEE test are from Physical Chemistry, 25% are from Inorganic Chemistry and rest 45% are from Organic Chemistry.
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Mathematics Chapter Notes:
The paper1 of WBJEE 2019 is of Mathematics and students can score a maximum of 100 marks in this subject. Therefore, students should devote more time for Mathematics as compared to Physics and Chemistry. They should have all the formulae at their finger tips and they should also familiar with how to apply the formulae to solve any question.
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WBJEE Previous years’ papers:
The students want to know the difficulty level of the paper after completing the syllabus of all subjects namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The best way to get familiar with the difficulty level is to solve the previous years’ papers. After solving the previous years’ paper, the students will get a fair idea about the difficulty level and important topics for the upcoming WBJEE 2019. Let us study the importance of solving previous years’ papers.
1. Previous years' question papers are based on the complete syllabus.
2. After solving some previous years’ question papers, student will know about the exam pattern and difficulty level of the questions.
3. Students will also get an idea about the topics from which conceptual questions can be asked.
4. It also helps students to overcome exam fear and build confidence.
5. By solving previous years’ question papers students can find trending topics from which questions have been asked frequently.
6. There is a chance of repetition of the questions from previous years’ question papers.
7. Solving the previous years' question paper will give you the real feedback of your preparation.
Here, the students can find the solved papers for the year 2015 and 2016.
WBJEE Solved Question Paper 2015
WBJEE Solved Question Paper 2016
Preparation Tips for WBJEE 2019:
Every student wants to know about the preparation tips to score good marks in WBJEE 2019. They want to know about the different strategies to be followed for Physics, Chemistry and Physics. They also want to know about the strategies to be following in last one month before the exam.
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CategoryI 
CategoryII 
CategoryIII 
Total Number of Questions 
Total Marks 

No. of Questions 
No. of Questions 
No. of Questions 


Mathematics 
50 
15 
10 
75 
100 
Physics 
30 
5 
5 
40 
50 
Chemistry 
30 
5 
5 
40 
50 