Assam MEE 2016 Exam pattern
Shalu Gupta, 08 Jun 2016, #NEET
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Assam MEE 2016 Exam Pattern: Assam MEE 2016 question paper will be based on the syllabus of Assam Higher Secondary Education Council/NCERT.  Assam MEE  2016 will be conducted on 9 exam centres. It is a pen-paper based exam. Assam MEE 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on July 16 and 17, 2016. Aspirants can check the complete exam pattern of Assam MEE 2016 below in this page. 


Important highlights of Assam MEE 2016 Exam Pattern -

  • Assam MEE 2016 will be conducted on two consecutive days, July 16 and 17

  • There will three separate papers - Paper I- Physics, Paper II- Chemistry and Paper III- Biology

  • The duration of each paper will be two hours

  • Paper III (Biology) will be conducted on second day i.e. July 17, 2016

  • There will 100 multiple choice questions (MCQs) with one correct answer in each paper

  • Candidates will get one for every correct answer and there is no negative marking

  • Candidates will be given OMR answer sheet to mark answers

  • Applicants can only use black ball pen to fill up the Assam MEE 2016 OMR sheet

Question distribution-



Number of questions


Paper I




Paper II




Paper III




Candidates are advised to report at Assam MEE 2016 examination hall at least an hour before to avoid last minute rush. All applicants are required to carry their Assam MEE 2016 admit card. Aspirants have to carry a coloured post card size photograph with their roll number and signature which has to be submitted at the time of exmination.


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