JEE Advanced Question Papers 2020: Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi (IIT-D) has uploaded the question papers for JEE Advanced 2020 that was conducted today, on September 27. Candidates can download the question papers of both papers 1 and 2 for all the three subjects- Physics, Chemistry, Maths from the official website.

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According to an official statement released by IIT- Delhi the exam conducting institute, a total of 96% of the total registered candidates appeared for the JEE Advanced 2020 on September 27.

Direct Links of JEE Advanced 2020 Question Papers:

Paper 1 Physics

Paper 1 Chemistry

Paper 1 Maths

Paper 2 Physics

Paper 2 Chemistry

Paper 2 Maths

The official answer key for the exam will be released on September 29 on the official website. Once the answer key is released, candidates will be able to match their responses with the correct option ID and challenge the wrong answer key, if any, by September 30. The JEE Advanced Result 2020 along with the final answer key will be released on October 5.

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