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Preparation tips for EAMCET 2011

With EAMCET approaching in a week, students are gearing up to follow few guidelines to relax their stress and concentrate on few important aspects to achieve success in the competitive exam.

  • Think positively and visualise yourself doing well and reaching your goals.
  • Stop comparing yourself to your peers, concentrate on your performance.
  • Calm yourself and take few slow breaths.
  • Revise thoroughly with the papers of previous exams and grand tests.
  • Make sure you attempt all the questions as there is no negative marking.
  • In botany concentrate on morphology, reproduction in angiosperms, cell biology, taxonomic families, plant kingdom, plant physiology (metabolic pathways and intermediate compounds). Always attempt botany first.
  • In zoology, stress on rabbit functional anatomy (1,2,3), genetics, annelida, anthropoda, animal association and invertebrate classification. Make a list of all the examples and characters and go through it every time.
  • Biology is the scoring subject in EAMCET. A student in average must score 70 marks in biology, 30 marks in chemistry and 25 marks in physics to get government seat.
  • Start with chemistry as it saves time. Concentrate on organic chemistry as 10 to 14 bits are expected from it.Stress on synopsis, formula and conditions of every chapter from Deepthi Series.
  • About 60 per cent to 70 per cent of bits are expected from Access yourself columns of Telugu Academy.
  • Always attempt physics at the end.

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