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Ajit appeared for EAMCET in 2010. He scored 128 marks in the exam. Ajit got admitted to JNTUK through EAMCET though he was offered admission from other colleges as well. He says, coaching institute helped him a lot while preparing and he followed the coaching regularly and made notes every day. Following is the questionnaire with Ajit where he shares his story:
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Ans. Yes, coaching plays a key role in scoring good marks in EAMCET. It will make our life easy in preparing for the exam. In the vast syllabus, it is not going to be easy task to figure out the important topics so joining a coaching institute can really help you in not only gaining knowledge but also eliminating the topics that are obsolete or redundant.
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Ans. Whenever I used to prepare for a topic, first I referred the basic fundamentals given in class 12th books followed by EAMCET material. It helped me not only in gaining knowledge but also made me familiar with the syllabus of class 12th.
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Ans. My strong areas: Modern Math (Probability and Permutations combinations) Weak areas: Physics. I never felt the same ease with physics that I felt with Math. I used to invest most of time figuring out a way to score at least decent marks in physics. I eliminated some difficult topics and used to concentrate more on topics that I am familiar with so that I don't get it wrong when I attempt questions from these topics at any cost.
Ans. In last 45 days of preparation, I used to attempt at least one mock paper given by my coaching institute. I also used to take a subject wise mock. Taking mocks is as important as preparing for exam, so I always used to take mocks serious. I used to prefer to write difficult mocks rather than easy because it helped me to prepare for the worst case.
Ans. As you are already late in the game, make sure you don't leave any stone unturned. Finish your preparation in 2 months and start writing mocks from third month. You may get less marks initially but don't lose hope as best is always yet to come. Learn from the mistakes you made from each mock and make sure you won't repeat them in the next mock. If you find you are scoring less marks in particular area, go back to fundamentals and get more grip on the topic. Finally, make sure you attend the exam with a hope.
Ans. For most of the students, Physics is relatively difficult compared to Math and Chemistry. The strategy that worked for me is to eliminate difficult topics and concentrate more on easy topics. Prepare in such a way that any questions from the easy topics shouldn't take more than a minute to answer correctly. Learn basics from Telugu academy books and for advanced refer H.C Varma book. Also make sure you complete all the stuff given in the book given by coaching institute.
Ans. Memorising formulae and reactions is very important to score good marks in Chemistry. Read each and every topic thoroughly for at least thrice so that you won't forget them easily. Don't just read the reactions jotting down them in a notes is very important, so when you are reading the topic again you need go through entire text but you can just refer your notes. You may feel boring at times but don't make it a habit to skip chemistry to last day preparation. I used to follow Telugu Academy books, coaching institute books and book from Arihant publications.
Ans. Swiftness is more important to score good marks in Mathematics. You have to answer 80 questions in very less time. You can only do this if you have good grip on topics and hell lot of practice. Practice makes you perfect in Mathematics. I have seen some students just go through the synopsis and attempt exam but believe me it is not going to help you. It seems everything is good and under control while reading synopsis, but when you attempt the exam the story is different. Good practice is only going to help in scoring good. I used to follow Telugu Academy books, coaching institute books and book from Arihant publications.
Ans. This is really a good question. I would have invested more time in analysing the mocks rather than preparing a new topic.
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