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Srinivas scored 149 marks out of 160 in EAMCET, 2007 and took admission in Rangaraya Medical College.
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Ans Rangaraya Medical College
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Ans- Except Osmania and Gandhi Medical College, I had an oppurtunity to join all other colleges in Andhra Pradesh.
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Ans- Yes, I have taken coaching classes at Sri Chaitanya Junior college at Vijayawada in 2006. Basically I was in Telugu medium school up to my 10th standard and changed to English medium in 11th and 12th standard. Initially I struggled for 2-3 months in understanding the subjects. The lecturers at the institution helped me a lot in my studies. The time table set up by the institution was perfect for me to gain a good understanding and eventually it led me to get a good rank in EAMCET. The institution had senior lecturers, coordinators and junior lecturers who cared a lot about us. Senior lecturers explained the subject in a very clear and simple manner. The junior lecturers stuck with us all the time explaining any doubts we had. The coordinators provided us with good study environment and test papers for practicing.
Ans- During my 2 year intermediate studies, the first three months were focused on pure text book studies which forms the basic foundation of 12th standard examinations. After three months, EAMCET preparation classes were included along with the intermediate studies. There were weekly tests conducted on the last day of the week based on the syllabus completed up to that week. Monthly grand tests were conducted and ranks were provided based on the test which gave us an idea about what rank we might get in the main entrance.
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Ans- My strong areas were Botany, Zoology and Chemistry. My weakest area was Physics. I usually got around 15/40 in physics, 36/40 in botany, 33/40 in zoology and 38/40 in chemistry. So I had to concentrate and spend a good amount of time on the subject physics. I spent extra one hour everyday on physics after the study hours. I took the help of lecturers in clearing the concepts in which I had my doubts. Weekly tests had helped me a lot in gaining confidence that I would do better in my EAMCET exam. At last I got 36/40 in physics.
Ans- Mock papers were generally prepared by the senior lecturers. They framed all sort of questions which may be expected in the final exam. These test papers were prepared on weekly basis. Sometimes different institutions exchanged the test papers with each other providing us with a lot of test papers covering different types of questions. After the test, a class was taken by the senior lecturers on how to solve all the questions which gave us an idea on how to get through the difficult questions.
Ans- I was weak in physics. So I followed a different strategy for physics with the guidance of the senior lecturers. Everyday I studied about 10 hours in which I spent 4 hours on physics only. Everyday I have gone through the previous year papers based on my weak areas. I followed the "text book of physics" of Deepthi publications thoroughly as it explained the concepts in an easier manner and also had model questions based on the particular concepts. The institute material was top notch as it was compact and easy to revise before the final exam. Generally the theory part is hard to score compared to solving problems. So go through the test book thoroughly as direct lines from the test book are given as assertions and reasons the final EAMCET exam
Ans- The important concepts in chemistry are organic chemistry, stoichiometry and nuclear chemistry. The notes provided by the senior lecturers during the class is very essential in scoring EAMCET exam. Chemistry is relatively easy and scoring subject if you understand the basic concepts. I used to spend 2 hours daily on chemistry.one hour for theory and one hour for practicing question and answers. The text book provided by intermediate board of education is very essential for clearing concepts, practicing the formulas is a must. Previous papers cover all the model questions which can be asked in the final EAMCET exam. Spend at least 30 minutes for chemistry in exam and read the questions well before answering them. Scoring full marks in chemistry is not impossible
Ans- I didn’t have mathematics.
Ans- No, I think I have performed well enough.
Ans- The revision of each and every subject at least 3 times is necessary to crack the EAMCET exam. Go through the previous year exam papers and a lot of test papers which keep you alert and ready for the exam. By clearing the test papers you will get a grasp on different type of questions. Learn from your mistakes and avoid making the same in the final exam. Prepare a small note on your weak concepts and go through them before exam. Make mnemonics which makes it easier to remember the concepts.
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