All you want to know about AP EAMCET and TS EAMCET
EAMCET is a state level exam that is conducted for the state of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. EAMCET is organized for admission in Engineering, Agriculture and other courses that are offered by the government and private colleges located Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
There are two examinations that are organized: AP EAMCET for Andhra Pradesh aspirants and TS EAMCET for Telangana students. Here, candidates can check about all the information regarding EAMCET 2020.
AP EAMCET 2020 is a state level entrance test for Andhra Pradesh students which is organized by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada on the behalf of APSCHE. It is a gateway for admissions in engineering, agriculture and other courses.
TS EAMCET 2020 is a state level examination conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad on the behalf of TSCHE. This examination is organized for Telangana aspirants for admissions in various courses like engineering, agriculture, etc.
Admission test for:
Various engineering colleges of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
Candidates are required to have secured minimum 45 percent in 10+2 or equivalent exam with mathematics and physics as main subjects along with Bio-Technology/chemistry/biology as the optional subject. Minimum marks required by SC/ST/OBC candidates is 40 percent.
Applicants are required to belong to Andhra Pradesh/Telangana and should satisfy the Local or Non-Local status - as per the requirements of the Andhra Pradesh Education Institutions order, 1974.
Notification: Last week of Jan 2020 Examination Dates: April Last Week/ May 2020 Declaration of Ranks (Marks): May 2020
Counselling: First week of June 2020
Mode of Exam: Online
Pattern of the exam:
No negative marking
1 mark for correct answer
Duration: 3 hours
Students are allocated according to the slots
Mode of Examination: Online
Medicine & Agriculture:
Biology (Botany/Zoology) 80
Entire First year and Second year Intermediate syllabus
Top Colleges in TS through EAMCET:
Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology
Vasavi College of Engineering
MVSR College of Engineering
Sri Nidhi College of Engineering and Science
CVR college of Engineering
Top Colleges in AP through EAMCET:
KL University, Vijaywada
AU College of Engineering, Vishakapatnam
SV University, Tirupati
AU College of Engineering for Women, Vishakapatnam
Anil Neerukonda Institute of Technology and Sciences, Vishakapatnam
JNTU College of Engineering, Vizianagaram
RVR and JC college of Engineering, Guntur
SRR Engineering College, Bhimavaram
G Pulla Reddy Engineering College, Kurnool
Strategy and Preparation:
Online Test Advantages:
Ease of navigation
Will eliminate mundane task of marking answers in OMR where scope of mistakes are more
Key is to practice more online tests
Highlight the questions using mouse, solve quickly in rough
Ideal Time to be allocated:
Math- 1.5 hrs, Phy-45 mins, Chemistry-45mins
Spend no more than 2 minutes per question
Level of difficulty:
60-65% of questions will be easy level
15-20% of questions will be medium level
10%-15% of the questions will be hard
Solve the paper in rounds:
R1- All easy and direct questions
R2- All medium level and lengthy questions
R3- All difficult questions and educated guesses’
To get into top ten colleges a score of 100-115+ should be targeted
Step 1: Start with Basics
As the syllabus is vast and comprehensive it is important for the students to get a grip of all basic concepts which will help them solve the questions. You can visit our resources section to download concepts of Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology absolutely free.
Step 2: Learn Shortcut Methods
As the EAMCET examination is a speed based paper, it is important to know shortcut methods which would help the student solve the questions in no time. You can access to some of the free videos uploaded on our channel to learn some short cut methods
Step 3: Solve Chapter wise Questions
To get a grip of multiple choice questions, students should solve various models of questions topic wise across various subjects to implement the basics and shortcut methods learnt. He should then solve online chapterwise tests so as to devise a strategy to manage time well.
Step 4: Solve Previous Year Questions
It is important to know the types of model questions asked in the previous years. This will help the students get a feel of questions asked in the examination and help them strategize their approach accordingly.
Step 5: Solve and Analyze Mock Tests
The most important aspect of the exam is to get comfortable with the online format of the exam. As this was introduced just this year students did face hassles getting used to the online format. The key is to attempt as many papers as possible with quality analysis post the attempt. This will help students in fine tuning their strategy and make them exam ready.
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