Be it engineering or medicine, the state-level entrance examinations take the next place after the national-level entrance examinations. The Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) is conducted in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for admission to various professional courses at private colleges or universities spread across the state.
The TS-EAMCET is conducted by JNTU Hyderabad on behalf of TSCHE and AP-EAMCET is conducted by JNTU Kakinada on behalf of APSCHE. Starting from exam pattern to the syllabus, there is not much difference between TS-EAMCET and AP-EAMCET. Students who appear for AP-EAMCET can take admission at institutions in Andhra Pradesh. It is the same for Telangana also.
The AP-EAMCET is all set to take place from Apr 22 to 25, and TS-EAMCET scheduled on May 2 to 5, 2018. At least four months of extensive preparation is required to crack the EAMCET. What happens if you realise too late that it's high time you start? No need to worry much. Here are the top 9 tips to crack the EAMCET exam in one month.
1. Stick To Your Schedule
Due to time constraints, you have to meet every target of your study plan. Before going to bed, assess whether you achieved the target or not. You also need to prepare the plan for the following day.
2. Avoid Ambiguity
Due to panic or some other reason, we usually miss some important information while preparing for the exam. One should know everything about the examination such as exam pattern, syllabus and important dates.
3. Identify Where You Fall Behind
For any competitive examination, one has to evaluate their own strengths. After careful assessment, you'll understand that you're falling behind in a few topics. Though your favourite concepts attract you, control your temptation and master the weak areas prior to your favourite ones.
4. Solve Previous Years' Question Papers
By solving the previous years' question papers, one can develop the right mindset for the test. This will also make you familiar with the exam pattern besides improving your time-management skills. You can also find out where you need to improve.
5. Start With Subjects You Are Confident With
Students should know how to save time and attempt the question paper tactfully. Start attempting the question paper with the subject that you're most confident with. This will give enough time for you to concentrate on other subjects later.
6. Take Advantage Of Chemistry
This is the easiest section compared to the other two. If you are confident with the basic concepts in chemistry, you can score well in this section. You can also save time in this section.
7. Attempt Mock Tests
With only one month left for the preparations, students are advised to take at least three full-length mock tests. This will ease the exam tension and help you understand where you stand in the competition.
8. Last Week For Revisions
Never ignore revisions though you have started the preparation late. In the last week, try to master the topics you are most confident in rather than focusing on new topics.
9. Keep Yourself Healthy
It is extremely important for everyone to stay healthy while preparing for the competitive examinations. Devote at least 30 minutes, depending on your convenience, for the physical exercise. Stay away from junk foods and opt for fresh leafy vegetables and fruits.