Tips for EAMCET Examination

This article shows some tips related to EAMCET Entrance Test

As the EAMCET entrance Examination is coming very near, the students generally have different dreams on their future studies and career and this desire makes them feel more tensed towards the exam whether they can succeed or not and the pressure from their parents and teachers.
EAMCET Entrance Exam is the place where they show their performance in their 2 years of Inter education .
EAMCET examination is for 160 marks.

For MPC students, the marks are divided in to
Maths – 80
Physics – 40
Chemistry – 40
They are writing this test for Engineering Entrance.

For BiPC students, the marks are divided as above.But they will have Biology subject for 80 marks instead of Maths.
They are writing this test for Medical Entrance.

An OMR sheet will be given to the students to circle down the answers against the Question Number. OMR sheet will be given before the question paper and the students need to fill all the details and sign on it. This year, they introducded the photo system on the OMR sheets.Their photos will be displayed on this.

Some of Tips for EAMCET Entrance Test are
There are 160 questions and all the questions carries equal marks. There is no negative marking. So students can attempt all the questions without leaving any blank. There may be a chances for the guess answer to be right.
The key role inorder to achieve success in this exam is mainly the Time Management.

For MPC students, it is better to attempt the Maths subject first.
Spend around 75 to 85 minutes of time for Maths as they have half of the weightage in the whole exam.

First attempt all the easier questions and then go for hard ones at last. This itself saves you time .

As soon as you know the answers, circle them in the OMR sheet.

Secondly attempt the questions in Chemistry subject. Most of the questions will be on the main topics in Chemistry. Try to spend around 40 to 45 minutes on this session.

At last go for Physics section because most of the questions are a little bit confusing. If you start with Physics at starting or in the Middle, there will be a wastage of time.


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