Official Notification/Answer key

JEE-Mains 2018 Result Out

 

JEE 2018 aspirants, here is a big news for you all. JEE-Mains 2018 result is out today. CBSE has officially announced the result of prestigious JEE Exam (Mains)2018 for Paper 1. To check the result candidates can visit on official website provided on the link: http://cbseresults.nic.in/Jee_main_pzy/jee_cbse_2018.htm 

Candidates have to wait for Paper 2 results which will be declared separately.

The CUT-OFF Marks: JEE-Mains 2018

Category Qualified Max Marks Min Marks
Common Rank List 1,11,275 350 74
OBC-NCL 65,313 73 45
SC 34,425 73 29
ST 17,256 73 24
PwD 2,755 73 -35
Total 2,31,024

JEE-Mains 2018 Toppers:

Total 11, 35,000 students appeared for the examination out of which 2, 31,000 will be qualifies for JEE Advanced. Suraj Krishana from Andhra Pradesh has topped the list with 350 marks. In fact top two positions are secured by Andhra Pradesh students. AIR 2nd was secured by KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli with same 350 marks.

Team PrepDoor congratulates to all the scorers!

Being JEE-Advanced round the corner, stick to your brilliant performance and keep working hard.For more insights on JEE 2018, visit www.prepdoor.com

 

Official Notification/Answer key

JEE Mains Official Answer Key 2018 Released

JEE Mains 2018 official answer key for all codes has been released on the official website of JEE Mains – jeemain.nic.in

Candidates will also be able to view their recorded responses and OMR sheets. JEE Mains 2018 official answer key consists of the correct answers to questions asked in the entrance exam.The candidates will be able to compare the correct answers to their recorded responses and calculate their probable scores till April 27, 2018. The candidates can also challenge the released JEE Mains 2018 official answer key by 11.59 pm of April 27, 2018 and it should be backed with substantial proof. To challenge the official answer key, the JEE Mains candidates will have to pay Rs. 1000.

Here are Important links of the official website of JEE Main Examination –

jeemain.nic.in

View or challenge JEE MAIN 2018 Answer Key of Paper 1

JEE Advanced : All India Live Mock Test  –

Prepdoor is organizing All India Live Mock Test For JEE Advanced-2018 on 25th and 26th April. Enroll and get your All India Rank.
There are 2 Paper based on Latest Computer Based Test Format released by Official JEE Advanced site and these are FREE/OPEN for all. You can Enroll or Give Test by clicking Follwing Link-

JEE ADVANCED: Mock Test & Test Series-

You can take mock test and test series by clicking the given link- Mock Test

Exam Detail

IB ACIO Tier 1 – Important Information

IB ACIO Tier 1

Intelligence Bureau is the prime agency in India in security of the nation. It recruits Assistant Central Intelligence Officers through Ministry Of Home Affairs, Government of India. The IB ACIO Tier I exam is a 100 marks exam consisting of 60 minutes. There is Negative Marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

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Subject No. of Qs. Max.Marks Duration
General Awareness 25 25
Quantitative Aptitude 25 25
Logical/Analytical Ability 25 25
English Language 25 25
Total 100 100 1 hour

All the sections will have syllabus of general level. Qualified candidates will be called for next stage of testing. Cutoff list will be according to combined marks obtained in all the four sections. There is no sectional cutoff.

You can practice mock tests here: https://www.prepdoor.com/ib-acio-tier-1/test-package

Exam Detail

SSC CGL 2018: Notification date Postponed

SSC CGL 2018: New Notification Date-5 May 2018

Staff Selection Commission had to notify the SSC-CGL 2018 exam on 21st April. But due to unforeseen circumstances it has been postponed till 5th May. Official notification can be assessed on website ssc.nic.in

SSC has given the information related to postponement of exam in a corrigendum on the website on 20th April.

More details regarding the exam:

Staff Selection Commission holds this exam for almost all Group B and C posts in Ministries and Departments under Government of India. The process of recruitment is handled by the organization SSC every year in four tiers. Candidates are required to qualify each of the tiers and they should be graduate in any stream to appear in this test.

Exam Pattern

SSC carries out the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) in four tiers for various posts.

 

Tier Type Mode
Tier – I Objective Multiple Choice Computer Based (online)
Tier – II Objective Multiple Choice Computer Based (online)
Tier – III Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi Pen and Paper mode
Tier – IV Skill Test/Computer Proficiency Test Wherever Applicable

Here we are giving the pattern of tier1 and tier2 exam:

  1. Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam will be held online.
  2. There will be a descriptive paper is introduced which will be of 100 marks and of 60 minutes in pen and paper mode.
  3. The time limit for examination of Tier -I is reduced from 120 minutes to 60 minutes.
  4. Tier II will remain same.
  5. Sectional cut off will not be there.

Syllabus

Syllabus of CGL is quit unpredictable but is manageable. We will discuss the syllabus of each tier differently.

Tier 1 Syllabus

It is an objective exam which will be held online. It consists of 4 sections, with 100 questions. Each question will carry 2 marks. Complete exam will be of 200 marks. The subject-wise distribution of marks is given below:

 

Section Subject No of Questions Max Marks Exam Duration
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 50 60 minutes
2 General Awareness 25 50 (For VH &Candidates
suffering from
Cerebral Palsy:
80 minutes)
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
4 English Comprehension 25 50
Total 100 200

Tier 2 Syllabus

Tier 2 exam is also an objective exam which will be conducted online. There are four sections in this Tier with 100 questions and exam will be of 200 marks. Details are given below:

Paper Subject No of Questions Max Marks Exam Duration
1 Quantitative Abilities 100 200 2 Hours
2 English Language and Comprehension 200 200 2 Hours
3 Statistics 100 200 2 Hours
4 General Studies (Finance & Economics) 100 200 2 Hours

Important Points:

  • Paper-1 and Paper-2 are compulsory for all posts
  • Paper-3 is only for the post of “Statistical Investigator Gr. II” & “Compiler”
  • Paper-4 is only for the post of “Assistant Audit Officer”
  • There will be negative marking in Tier1 and Tier 2 exam.
  • One wrong answer to a question will deduct 0.5 marks in Paper-1,3 and 4 and 0.25 marks in Paper-2.
  • Level for Paper 1 Questions will be of 10th standard l, Paper-2 of 10+2 level and Paper-3 & 4 on graduation level.
  • The computer will be made available by the Commission at the Centre/venue allocated for the exam
  • Candidates shall not be allowed to bring their own Key-board for the purpose.

Tier 3 Exam Syllabus

This will be a descriptive exam to test the working knowledge of the languages opted by the candidates and general writing skills. This exam will be qualifying in nature and carries 100 marks. Exam will be of 60 minutes.

Tier 4 Exam Syllabus

SSC will hold certain skill tests for particular government jobs.

  1. Typing Test: This is a qualifying skill test for all the posts, other than Compiler. On a computer with a minimum of 2000 key depressions accurately is required to qualify. The duration of this test is 15 (fifteen) minutes.
  2. Computer Proficiency Test:  SSC will hold CPT, to check candidates’ familiarity with-MS Word, Power Point and MS Excel. This is also a qualifying test.

SSC CGL 2018 Exam Preparation

Filling examination form for any notification is a different thing and preparing for this is another. If you prepare well for this exam, there are many chances to get the success and a reputed job. The main part of this preparation is mock tests and practice papers. You can go through the PrepDoor mock tests to get the detail analysis of your performance. You can get both full length and sectional tests to boost your performance on affordable costs. Here are few facilities available at India’s leading online test platform:

  • CGL Tier 1 78 Tests.
  • CGL Tier 1 30 Tests.
  • CGL Tier 1 14 Tests.
  • CGL Tier 1 10 Tests.
  • CGL Tier 1 6 Tests.
  • CGL Tier 1 20n sectional Tests.
  • SSC English Booster
  • SSC Reasoning Booster
  • SSC Quant Booster
  • SSC General Awareness Booster

Such tests are also available for Tier2.

For more detail on Tier1 tests availability, visit on: https://www.prepdoor.com/ssc-cgl-tier-1/test-package

For details regarding Tier 2 tests, Visit on the link: https://www.prepdoor.com/ssc-cgl-tier-2/test-package

Motivational

A day before exam – tips

Hello Everyone!

I hope you have done the diligent job while preparing for your exams. Despite hard work and all the efforts you have put into your preparation, you might be stressed on the day before your exam. I have seen many aspirants taking too much stress just before the exam and in quest of this they even spoiled their exam and all the true efforts. If you are on the same platform then you are reading the right post.

Let’s not go into the do’s and don’ts. I will tell you some simple hacks to reduce your stress level and perform well on next day.

First of all you should be clear that you are not going to turn this world upside down in one day if you haven’t done this in past few months. Second, the exam will be based on your accumulated knowledge which you have acquired by burning your midnight oil. Third, nothing will come in exam from the things you mugging up a day before exam.

While keeping in mind these three things, let’s plan a wonderful day which will refresh you altogether and energize you just before the exam.

  1. Wake up on time. Take a bath and have an awesome breakfast.
  2. Speak to your parents or loved ones, especially those who motivates you. Avoid talking to people who bring stress in your life, at least today. 
  3. Go for a movie or you can watch one of your favorite on your laptop or PC.
  4. Have healthy lunch. Take a good nap. 
  5. Revise the formulae or important concepts. Don’t pick up a pile of notes to revise, just few important things. Never start any new topic today as it will not going to take you anywhere. 
  6. In evening you can plan for a short outing. Avoid drinking or smoking. Just a visit to nearby calm and beautiful places. Don’t try to do anything adventurous today as it can put you in trouble. 
  7. Take a sound sleep as you are going to rock next day.

All the best!

Team PrepDoor

Exam Detail

Your Guidebook to IBPS

IBPS Exam

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is the authority which conducts the examination for PO and Clerks for many banks. It assesses candidate’s ability to fit in the banking sector as this profession is highly demanding. Here is the syllabus and pattern to make you familiar with the exam, which will give you the confidence.

PO Exam

IBPS will take CWE-VIII for Probationary Officers as an online exam in two parts:

  1. Preliminary Exam
  2. Mains Exam

 

Process

Date

On-line registration Updated Soon
Preliminary Exam Date 13th, 14th, 20th and 21st October 2018
Mains Exam Date 18th November 2018
Mains Exam Result Declared Soon
Download of IBPS PO Interview Call Letter
Date of Interview

 

IBPS PO 2018 Exam Pattern

  1. A) IBPS PO 2018 Preliminary Exam Pattern: IBPS PO Preliminary Exam Pattern consists of 100 questions and there will be 3 sections and 1 hour of time.

 

S.No. Name of Tests(Objective No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1 English Language 30 30  1 Hour
2 Numerical Ability 35 35
3 Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100
  1. B) IBPS PO 2018 Mains Exam Pattern: IBPS PO Mains exam will contain 155 questions and time allotted will be 180 minutes. The pattern of the Mains exam is given below:

 

S.No. Name of Tests(Objective No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1 Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 45 60 60 minutes
2 English Language 35 40 40 minutes
3 Data Analysis & Interpretation 35 60 45 minutes
4 General Economy & Banking Awareness 40 40 35 minutes
Total 155 200 3 Hours

Descriptive Test: 

English Language (Letter Writing & Essay) for 25 marks, time limit 30 minutes.

Note: There will be negative marking for every wrong answer in both Preliminary and Main Examination for which there is a penalty of ¼ or 0.25 of the marks assigned to the particular question.

  1. C) IBPS PO Interview: The total marks allotted for Interview are 100. The qualifying marks in interview are 40% (35% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates).

 

Clerk Exam

IBPS is organizing IBPS Clerk 2018 exam to assess and select candidates for the Clerical post in the various banking institutions.

 

Sr. No. Process Dates
1 Online Application: September 2018
2 Online Examination – Preliminary 08.12.2018, 09.12.2018, 15.12.2018 & 16.12.2018
4 Main Exam 20.01.2019
5 Final Result 1st April 2019

 

IBPS Clerk 2018 Exam Pattern

  1. A) IBPS Clerk 2018 Preliminary Exam Pattern:

 

Sr.No. Subjects No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
 1 English Language 30 30  

1 Hour

 2 Quantitative Aptitude 35 35
 3 Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100

 

  1. B) IBPS Clerk 2018 Mains Exam Pattern:

 

Sr.No Subjects No. of Questions Maximum Marks Medium of Exam

Time allotted for each test

(Separately timed)

1 General/ Financial Awareness 50 50 English & Hindi 35 minutes
2 English Language 40 40 English 35 minutes
3 Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 50 60 English & Hindi 45 minutes
4 Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 English & Hindi 45 minutes
Total 190 200 160 minutes

This article is intended to give you detailed information upon IBPS exam which is held in India every year. To know more about IBPS-PRE exam’s pattern, best mock tests & other related details, go to this link: https://www.prepdoor.com/ibps-po-pre/

For more details on IBPS-Clerk exam, follow this link: https://www.prepdoor.com/ibps-clerk-pre

 

 

Exam Detail

SSC CGL Exam

Staff Selection Commission holds this exam (SSC CGL Exam)for almost all Group B and C posts in Ministries and Departments under Government of India. The process of recruitment is handled by the organization SSC every year in four tiers. Candidates are required to qualify each of the tiers and they should be graduate in any stream to appear in this test.

Image result for ssc cgl examExam Pattern

SSC carries out the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) in four tiers for various posts.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Tier Type Mode
Tier – I Objective Multiple Choice Computer Based (online)
Tier – II Objective Multiple Choice Computer Based (online)
Tier – III Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi Pen and Paper mode
Tier – IV Skill Test/Computer Proficiency Test Wherever Applicable

Here we are giving the pattern of tier1 and tier2 exam:   

  1. Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam will be held online.
  2. There will be a descriptive paper is introduced which will be of 100 marks and of 60 minutes in pen and paper mode.
  3. The time limit for examination of Tier -I is reduced from 120 minutes to 75 minutes.
  4. Tier II will remain same.
  5. Sectional cut off will not be there.     

Syllabus

Syllabus of CGL is quit unpredictable but is manageable. We will discuss the syllabus of each tier differently.

  • Tier 1 Syllabus

It is an objective exam which will be held online. It consists of 4 sections, with 100 questions. Each question will carry 2 marks. Complete exam will be of 200 marks. The subject-wise distribution of marks is given below:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Section Subject No of Questions Max Marks Exam Duration
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 50 60 minutes
2 General Awareness 25 50 (For VH &Candidates
    suffering from
    Cerebral Palsy:
   80 minutes)
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
4 English Comprehension 25 50
Total 100 200
  • Tier 2 Syllabus

Tier 2 exam is also an objective exam which will be conducted online. There are four sections in this Tier with 100 questions and exam will be of 200 marks. Details are given below:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Paper Subject No of Questions Max Marks Exam Duration
1 Quantitative Abilities 100 200 2 Hours
2 English Language and Comprehension 200 200 2 Hours
3 Statistics 100 200 2 Hours
4 General Studies (Finance & Economics) 100 200 2 Hours

Important Points:    

  1. Paper-1 and Paper-2 are compulsory for all posts   
  2. Paper-3 is only for the post of “Statistical Investigator Gr. II” & “Compiler”
  3. Paper-4 is only for the post of “Assistant Audit Officer”    
  4. There will be negative marking in Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam.    
  5. One wrong answer to a question will deduct 0.5 marks in Paper-1,3 and 4 and 0.25 marks in Paper-2.
  6. Level for Paper 1 Questions will be of 10th standard l, Paper-2 of 10+2 level and Paper-3 & 4 on graduation level.    
  7. The computer will be made available by the Commission at the Centre/venue allocated for the exam
  8. Candidates shall not be allowed to bring their own Key-board for the purpose.   

 

  • Tier 3 Exam Syllabus

This will be a descriptive exam to test the working knowledge of the languages opted by the candidates and general writing skills. This exam will be qualifying in nature and carries 100 marks. Exam will be of 60 minutes.

  • Tier 4 Exam Syllabus

SSC will hold certain skill tests for particular government jobs.

  1. Typing Test: This is a qualifying skill test for all the posts, other than Compiler. On a computer with a minimum of 2000 key depressions accurately is required to qualify. The duration of this test is 15 (fifteen) minutes.    
  2. Computer Proficiency Test:  SSC will hold CPT, to check candidates’ familiarity with-MS Word, Power Point and MS Excel. This is also a qualifying test.

SSC CGL 2018 Exam Preparation

Filling examination form for any notification is a different thing and preparing for this is another. If you prepare well for this exam, there are many chances to get the success and a reputed job. The main part of this preparation is mock tests and practice papers. You can go through the PrepDoor mock tests to get the detail analysis of your performance.

Here is the link to Mock Tests: https://www.prepdoor.com/ssc-cgl-tier-2/test-package and https://www.prepdoor.com/ssc-cgl-tier-1/test-package

Motivational

An Ideal Exam Routine

 

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Dear Aspirants!

Sometimes you might be surprised to see that a person comparatively more hardworking and with brilliant track is not able to achieve the desired result as an average student can.  How that average performing student made it possible? Answer lies in three key: smart exam routine, smart work and smart diet. We must accept that normal routine is different from exam routine. This time is quite delicate and a slight negligence can lead you to worst of the results. You should be careful while planning all your routine. We can help you in this with some suggestions:

  1. Food is First: Your food intake directly affects your memory and performance. So, before becoming anything, develop healthy eating habits. Take vitamin C, B12 and D etc. to enhance the capacity of your brain and nervous system. It will help you to cope up the ever increasing pressure and stress during exam days. Curtail the amount of junk food to almost zero.
  2. Time table: There is a myth among students that their time table should be tight and stringent. It’s not true. There is always a possibility of human errors. Suppose, due to some unavoidable circumstances you couldn’t follow the time table or a part of it. You might be double stressed if it is too stringent. Always keep a margin of time which can be used to compensate such situations. Keep it in such a way that you always get the time to revise what you have done throughout your day. It can be arranged in such a way:
  • Morning: 2 hour sitting>15 minutes break> 2 hour sitting>take a bath& breakfast> 2 hours sitting.
  • Noon: take a nap of 15 minutes> 2 hours sitting> 15 minutes break> 3 hours sitting> now you deserve a break and some recreation for 2 hours.
  • Evening:  Come back watch TV or anything you like for half an hour before dinner> have a healthy and light dinner> 4 hour stretch of revision.

3. Things you should avoid: There are certain things which you should not do during exam time. They can take you in deep trouble.

  • Avoid alcohol or smoking.
  • Don’t waste unnecessary time in social gathering for some time.
  • Don’t plan vacations or holidays as it can affect your studies.
  • Avoid stress. It’s difficult but you can try meditation tricks.
  • Don’t ignore practice papers, mock tests and revision.

 

 

Railways Exam (RRB)

Railway Exams: The Ultimate Key For Preparation

 

 

 

We all know that Indian Railways has announced bumper jobs under Government of India. Ministry of Railways is the famous entity which offer best in industry incentives for its employees. In this article we will share the best approach to qualify such exams.

First of all we must know the exam pattern and syllabus for the railway exams . At present Railways Recruitment Board has announced the notification for Group D , Assistant Loco Pilots and Technician exams. We will discuss a common strategy for both the exams as both have common syllabus like every aptitude based exam.

  1. Quantitative Aptitude: This section is most scoring one among all. The best approach to crack this exam is to practice countless MCQs. This will surely make you familiar with different and new question every time, a new concept in itself. You can subscribe for a test series available on www.prepdoor.com or a sectional test package available exclusively for quantitative aptitude. For formulas and conceptual knowledge you can refer any standard book available in market.
  2. Reasoning: If you got the common sense then you can even score 100% in this section. You just have to open your mind and practice as many questions as you can.
  3. General science: NCERT is the best option to crack the tough nut. Study and try to solve questions from class 6th – 10th , NCERT books. You can also study Lucent`s GK for the same. Don’t forget to practice MCQs on the topic.
  4. General Awareness: This is one of the vast subject and cost-benefit ratio is also not that much good. So, without keeping much hopes from this section, try to compensate this from another section which you can handle easily. But never miss on having updates for what is going on in the world around you. 

So, without giving much stress on a particular subject, try to expand the horizon of your knowledge. Specially in general awareness section give emphasis on current affairs as it is clearly mentioned in the syllabus. You can download or buy any good monthly magazine for current affairs and try to cover at least six months current affairs. One thing is most important- practice more and more questions as the questions are likely to be repeated from many other examination question paper.

Good Luck!

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JEE Mains 2018 Paper: Download Offline Paper Here

Download JEE Mains 2018 paper and solution from Prepdoor.com. Question Papers for JEE Mains 2018 is available on PrepDoor which will enable you to improve your speed and accuracy. You can Download Paper (Code C) .It have JEE Mains 2018 Paper held on 8 April, with Detailed Solution and Analysis.

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You can also attempt this paper in online mode. JEE Mains online mode is scheduled to 15th and 16th April.By attempting JEE Mains 2018 offline mode paper held on 8th April, you can improve your speed and accuracy.

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You can also take Free Mock Test and Topic Wise Practice test here:

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JEE Mains 2018 Topic-wise Test

 

CBSE has organised the offline or pen and paper mode of JEE Mains 2018 today. The exam was concluded in the morning shift in more than 100 centres across India and abroad. Those candidates who have registered for the offline mode attended the paper 1 in the morning while the paper 2 will be concluded in the afternoon shift. The official answer keys of this exam will be released on the last week of this month.

Approximately 12 lakh students are attempting JEE Main exam this year as compared to the 13 lakh of last year. Of the 12 lakh students, only 2.24 lakh students will be eligible for appearing in the JEE Advanced 2018 exam which is scheduled on May 20, 2018.

JEE Main has negative marking, so a wrong answer results in a deduction of 1 mark. Questions that have not been attempted do not face negative marking.

The online examinations will take place on April 15 and April 16, 2018. The Board will use different sets of question papers on the different dates of examination. Clearing the JEE mains and advanced papers, the candidates can get through in Bachelor of Technology (BTech), Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) courses. The exam is held in two stages— JEE main which is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and JEE advanced which is held by different IITs every year.

Paper Review and Analysis:

JEE Mains 2018: Mathematics was the easiest

Mathematics

Surprisingly, Mathematics was the easiest paper amongst the three. Most questions were calculative. There were 10 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 20 questions from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had 3 difficult questions, 14 moderate questions and 13 easy questions.”

JEE Mains 2018: Physis was toughest

Physics

Surprisingly, Physics was the toughest paper amongst the three. The questions were a mix of theory based and calculative. This section was not lengthy. There were 17 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 13 questions from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had 4 difficult questions, 20 moderate questions and 6 easy questions. Initial assessment suspects none of the options of Q.6 Set B were correct. This was the question based on Pulley where minimum mass was required.

JEE Mains 2018: Chemistry was moderately easy

Chemistry

Chemistry was the moderately easy amongst the three. The questions were a mix of theory and calculations, which ensured that students saved time for the other two sections. This section was lengthy in comparison to the other sections. There were 14 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 16 questions from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had 3 difficult questions, 17 moderate questions, and 10 easy questions. Initial assessment suspects students may find 2 options of Q.63 Set B could be correct, however we think the answer should be option 1. This was a question from Alcohol phenol and ether, on a reaction of Phenol.

JEE Mains 2018 Paper Download

JEE Mains 2018 Paper Code C with Detailed Solution & Analysis.

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You can take Mock Test and Practice test here:

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JEE Mains 2018 Topic-wise Test