@VenkatAmith Could you tell your opinion about the paper?
I gave TS EAMCET today afternoon,
Maths was tough and contain many lengthy questions
Physics and chemistry were easy.
My advice: not to spend much time a specific question(i send time on some questioned and left some easy questions in the end)
Was it really as our coaching institutes put it to be?
I really didn’t know about it bro
I didn’t give any EAMCET mock test or grand tests before the exam by Narayana
Okay. But on comparison with mains?
maths: few questions were of mains level and few questions were lengthy
Phy and chem: were easier than mains.
What would be a good attempt of questions? Was chemistry asked in depth? @VenkatAmith
In my opinion scoring, 90-100 would fetch you a good rank
As there is no negative marking, I attempted all the questions(lol)
The chemistry wasn’t asked in deep , they were direct question
Thankyou I’m getting kind of tensed cus mains didn’t go too well. Did you practice the previous years papers? If yes, is this paper of same level?
@KrishSharma I will be skipping AP Eamcet (it’s on 21st and there will be less than 1 week left for Advanced). What about you?
LOL MY ap eamcet and bits coincided.
@VenkatAmith bhai any tips? Eamcet im getting tensed…
It’s just time management, you can try out a few mocks for it.
There are a lot of extra topics which I keep forgetting sigh…
Any proper place to do mocks?
Bro start with chemistry(try to complete as early as possible)
I think generally Physics is easier than maths in Eamcet
So my suggestion is to complete phy and chemistry within 90 min
(don’t go back the questions you didn’t get, just move on)
Try to complete maths in 80 min(try as many questions you can) and leave that 10 min for reviewing the paper and don’t leave any question(lol)
All the best @KrishSharma
Everyday Narayana is conducting Eamcet Grand Test, try them they might help
They are quite imbalanced is what I’ve heard. (And one exam was way too easy, I gave it a couple months back)
Ha yes…but those are…how to say…easyish? Are they of the same level of the main paper?
I saw some Maths questions of 2014, they were quite lengthy (maybe lengthier than Mains).