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Here are the Area wise Questions weightage analysis of the EAMCET 2009 Paper :

VECTOR ALGEBRA & PROBABILITY - SYNOPSIS :

Even though students feel probability a difficult chapter the questions which have come in the previous years are easy and moderate. The questions from random variable and distributors are easy to score .Rarely they give one or two difficult questions in probability (Application of Baye's Theorem). Vector algebra is the scoring area, but student should be thorough with all basic concepts and formulae. In probability and vector algebra around 12% of questions will appear in EAMCET . All questions are on basic concepts. Those who are thorough with TELUGU academy text book (IPE) can score more, but students will feel these topics are difficult to score as these topics need some more analytical ability than what students have normally at this age.

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TRIGONOMETRY - SYNOPSIS
In trigonometry, students usually memorize it difficult to memorize the vast number of formulae. Understand how to derive formulae and then apply them to solving problems. The more you practice, the more ingrained in your brain these formulae will be, enabling you to recall them in any situation. Direct questions from trigonometry are usually less in number, but the use of trigonometric concepts in coordinate geometry and calculus is very profuse. In two years Intermediate TRIGONOMETRY around 14% of questions will appear in EAMCET. All questions are simple
and most of the questions can be solved by substitution method, but students should be careful about the domains and ranges of trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions. Those who are thorough with TELUGU academy text book (IPE) can score more.

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COORDINATE GEOMETRY - SYNOPSIS :

This section is usually considered easier than trigonometry. There are many common concepts and formulae (such
as equations of tangent and normal to a curve) in II year Geometry (circle, parabola, ellipse, hyperbola). Pay attention to Locus and related topics, as the understanding of these makes coordinate geometry easy. In Co-ordinate Geometry 3D- Geometry is one area where students can score more with basic concepts and formulae, some of the questions in conic section are tricky. Over all co-ordinate Geometry requires formulae support so students should practice all theorem statements, note points, formulae and standard problems from Telugu Academy. Students should spend more time in these areas while preparing as most of the questions are the reach of the students. Those who are thorough with TELUGU academy text book (IPE) can score more.

In two years of Intermediate I year Geometry around 12 (15% of total) questions will appear in EAMCET. All questions are on basic concepts sometimes one or two questions are little bit lengthy but they can be solved
with verification or substitution methods, those who are thorough with TELUGU academy text book (IPE) can score
more.

In two years of Intermediate II year Geometry around 10 (12% of total) questions will appear in EAMCET. All
questions are on basic concepts. One or two questions in conic section may be tricky and lengthy.

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CALCULUS - SYNOPSIS :

Calculus includes concept-based problems which require analytical skills. Functions are the backbone of this Section. Be thorough with properties of all types of functions, such as trigonometric, algebraic, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential, and signum. Approximating sketches and graphical interpretations will help you solve problems faster. Practical application of derivatives is a very vast area, but if you understand the basic concepts
involved, it is very In Calculus differentiability and continuity questions are conceptual while practicing and solving these problems students should carefully observe the nature of the function in left and right neighborhoods. In "Limits" topic most of the questions can be solved using L-Hospitals Rule while solving the problem of limits observes the existence. Differentiation is scoring. Application of derivatives need more practice before final Eamcet. For second year integral calculus students should practice, the methods of integration, formulae (repeated reading of formulae is needed), and properties of definite integrals, modulus and step function problems in definite integration
and graphs for Areas Topic.

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Differential equation is scoring for the students. They should be through with IPE concepts. In two years of Intermediate CALCULUS around 19(25% of total questions) questions will appear in EAMCET out of which 8 will be
from first year and 8 from second year . Only 4 or 5 questions will be tricky. All the remaining questions are on basic concepts, while preparing topics like continuity, differentiability and numeric integration students should think about the depth of the subject, in all other topics. students should be thorough with TELUGU academy text book (IPE).

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Topic wise tips and EAMCET Physics Area wise weightage analysis

Here are the Topics wise suggestion and tips for the EAMCET aspirants and EAMCET Physics Area wise weightage analysis..

Vectors :
Many Physical Laws can be expressed quite neatly and concisely so it is essential on the part of the student to get a grip on vectors and its use. In EAMCET generally there will be 1 question directly asked but many a time questions based in other topics like Kinematics, Dynamics, Rotatory Motion, but linked to Vectors are asked. Hence students must understand clearly the Addition of Vectors. Dividing vectors into rectangular components Scalar and vector multiplication. Finding work done, when F and S are given calculating power when F and V are given when sides of a triangle are given finding area, Finding torque when F and r are given are the frequently asked models.

Kinematics :
• Must be very clear with concepts like displacement, acceleration, average velocity, relative velocity. Should try to visualize the problems in the mind to effectively tackle them.
• In projectiles finding Range, Max. Height Time of flight Velocity at any point on the trajectory are important. Generally there won't be any twisters in this area but questions are straight and fair. Questions based on graphical data are also important.

Dynamics :

Newton's Laws of Motion, application of Newton's Laws of motion, Principle of conservation of linear momentum. Work Power Energy, Work Energy Theorem are the main subtopics. While working out problems related to Collected
bodies, students should necessarily draw free body diagram. Some times it is advantageous to attack the problem
using law of energy. Problems given in Telugu academy question bank will come in handy.
• Newton's first law defines inertia and force
• Internal forces can't produce motion
• First law is also known as law of equilibrium


Collisions :
Easy to prepare. Finding velocity of the cooling bodies in one dimensional elastic head on collision. Finding Coefficient of restitution are some of the main topics.
• In head on one dimensional collisions, bodies move along a straight line before and after collision.
• If the bodies move in a plane before and after collision then it is two dimensional collision.
• Bullet of mass 'm' is fired from a gun of mass

Center of Mass :
Finding coordinates of Centre of Mass, characteristics of centre of mass, locating Centre of Mass for different
shaped bodies are very important. Solving problems using method of symmetry method of decomposition, Pappus
theorems are useful.
• Centre of mass need not always lie in/on the body.
• Newton's law applicable to centre of mass.
• In Uniform gravitational field C.M and C.G coincide.
• Internal forces can't produce acceleration in the centre of mass.

Friction :

Students generally find it somewhat difficult in Understanding the intricacies of the sub concepts. Care must be taken deciding the directions while working out problems on inclined plane, equations of constraints. Whether the applied force is sufficient enough to break the limiting friction or not is to be verified. Other Wise, results become
haphazard. Therefore students should try to concentrate on main topics covered in the academy book.

• Friction oppose relative motion between two surfaces in contact and is always tangential to the surface constant

Rotatory Motion :

• Students can easily answer questions on vertical circular motion as they will be on expected liens.
• Problems of finding Torque, when position vector and force vector are given are important.
• Finding Moment of inertia of regular bodies using parallel and perpendicular axes theorem are important.
• Also, to work out problems based on conservation of angular momentum.

Gravitation :

Be clear with basic forces in nature
• Simple question on Universal law of gravitation, variation of 'g' with altitude, depth, latitude are important.
• One can expect theory based question on Block holes, Chandrasekhar limit.
• Problem on orbital velocity, escape velocity are very - very important.
• Problem solving technique using energy conservation helps arrive at the answers.

SImple Harmonic Motion :
• Students should Understand the term phase and its importance in solving problems.
• Different relations for velocity, acceleration, maximum and minimum values are to be remembered.
• Finding time period of a simple pendulum in various conditions like lift, drawing out liquid from the bob, taking it onto the moon etc., are to be carefully worked out.
• To solve problems related to loaded spring, students should have clear idea of spring constant how it changes
when it is cut and coupled with other springs.
• Test tube with mercury when floating in water is made to execute SHM, finding the time period is important
and should be concentrated.

Surface Tension :

• Examples of surface tension from daily life, surface energy, Relation between surface tension and surface energy, angle of contact, capillarity. Effect of temperature on surface tension, Excess pressure in soap bubble and liquid
drop are topics from which we can expect questions. Problems like finding work done to split big drop into number of droplets, work done to blow a soap bubble are important.

• Surface tension in molecular phenomenon.
• Work done per Unit area is increasing the surface area is known as surface energy.
• Work done in forming a liquid drop

Elasticity :
The advantage with elasticity is limited subtopics, limited models of problems. The main concepts are with different stress, strain related modulus of elasticity and Poisson's ratio. To answer theory bits, concepts like elastic fatigue, behavior of wire Under increasing load must be Understood.Temperature and Thermal Expansion : To cover expansion of solids, liquids and gas gases under this lesson.
• Different scales of temperature, coefficient of linear, areal and volume expansion of solids and their relation. Variation in the time period of a pendulum clock with temperature are important. Similarly in expansion of liquids real,
apparent volume expansions and relation, problems on specific gravity bottle. Anomalous expansion of water are
important. In gases pressure volume coefficients are to be prepared carefully. Problems on Boyle's and Charles’s Laws, Universal gas equation must be understood. "While working out gas equation, the units must be taken care.


Thermodynamics :

Have clear idea of zeroth law of thermodynamics, Joules law, first law of thermodynamics. Heat calculations, Principle of calorimeter, finding specific heat by method of mixtures. Adiabatic, isothermal changes. Conventions are important while solving the problems related to work done in Adiabatic and Isothermal processes coordinates of riple point of water.

Wave Motion :
No difficulty in understanding any of the concepts in wave motion. Student should get mastery over the progressive wave equation and the analytical treatment we use for superposition principle. The laws of stretched string, Sonometer are very important variety of problems can be asked therefore full preparation is required. Standing waves in organ pipes Beats, Doppler effect are to be worked out carefully. Acoustics and elements the concepts are less in number and only fixed number of model problems therefore students can plan for good revision. No difficulty no confusion chapter.

Optics :
• Proper planning is required otherwise it would be difficult to revise each and every concept and related problems.
• Expect simple questions on optical instruments, don't go for complicated ones. Be clear about the image positions in case of eye pieces
• Try to solve problems on dispersive power.
• Also try to form a clear idea about emission and absorption spectra.
• Understanding optics through ray diagram makes things simple.

Physical Optics :
In EAMCET point of view , Physical Optics is very important. You can expect minimum 2 questions from this Students should have clear understanding of interference, conditions required for constructive and destructive interference.
Young's double slit experiment is very important. Application of interference can also be converted into theory questions. Diffraction at straight edge is to be looked into. Polarization is very easy but students must be careful about plane of vibration and plane of polarization.

Thermo Electricity :
Less number of concepts, easy to memorize. Therefore, students can attempt easily questions from Thermo electricity. Not much of calculation are required but care is required.

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Only few days remaining for the EAMCET Entrance Exam 2010 and chemistry will play a vital role in both Engineering and Medical streams. By this time you might have completed studying the entire syllabus and practicing the model exams in complete syllabus. In the coming three days you need to concentrate on the following to secure a best rank. Here are the previous year analysis of the EAMCET Chemistry papers and more info :

Previous year analysis of the EAMCET Chemistry paper
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EAMCET 2009 Rank and Marks Analysis
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Hello Friends,.

I wish your long cherished goal will be successfully fulfilled. In this process chemistry will play a vital role in both Engineering and Medical streams. By this time you might have completed studying the entire syllabus and practicing the model exams in complete syllabus. In the coming three days you need to concentrate on the following to secure a best rank and Here are the Most Important tips to Crack EAMCET Chemistry

• Nearly 80% of questions in the final EAMCET will be very easy and in the remaining 20% (i.e. 8 questions), 3 to 4 questions are moderately difficult and the remaining may be bit difficult.(Because even the most difficult paper does not contain more than 6 tough questions). Don't get panic because even by ignoring the difficult questions, still you can get more than 32 - 34 marks which is a wonderful mark taking into consideration the present voluminous chemistry syllabus. Hence you are advised to concentrate more on the known questions and mark the answers first and then try to answer the remaining questions as many as possible.

• The question paper may be lengthy and time consuming (as 2009 EAMCET Biology stream paper) or very easy (as
2007 EAMCET paper) either way the students should not become anxious, depending on the standard of the paper
divide time to the respective subjects. Don't enter into Examination hall with a preset allotment of time for
each subject. Be serious, sincere and attentive for all the three hours of exam as majority of the students loose the best rank by committing silly mistakes rather than the conceptual mistakes. If so you can manage time (neither should go slow or fast) and cut down silly mistakes you are bound to win. Underline the key word (like incorrect not, absent) such that you don't commit above said mistakes.

• Assertion, Reason questions should be given special importance. Also watch the options for the following questions as they may be jumbled or a new options (as both 'A' or 'R' false) maybe added.

• Try to do the numericals in a systematic order on the paper such that you can go through them to prevent any
numerical errors. If possible put the question number before the numericals as it allows a swift revision.

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Dear students,

Here are the EAMCET Chemistry Preparation Strategies :

Let me appreciate all of you, for the hard work you have put in during last couple of years in order to secure a seat in your desired professional college. I wish your long cherished goal will be successfully fulfilled. In this process chemistry will play a vital role in both Engineering and Medical streams.

By this time you might have completed studying the entire syllabus and practicing the model exams in complete
syllabus. In the coming three days you need to concentrate on the following to secure a best rank:

• Consolidate the concepts which are known to you by quickly going through them.
• Don't try to learn any new concept, because you might have already learnt enough concepts and any new point
at this juncture will increase your anxiety.
• Develop the strategy to be adopted in the main exam as per your convenience. Order to be followed in the
exam: For MPC: Chemistry, Maths, Physics.
Note: Most of the students are following the above order, but as per your convenience the order can be changed.
• You are bound to do well. Therefore, think positively and destress and destrain your self totally as these
things are detrimental to your success.
As chemistry plays vital role in getting better rank in EAMCET, follow the methodology given below in the coming three days for quick revision
• Organic chemistry(8 to 9 questions)
a) Study isomerism, nomenclature, reagents and named reactions.
b) Practice preparatory methods and properties of organic compounds in the form of interconversions.
• Physical chemistry (12 to 14 questions)
a) Go through the formulae's
b) Glance the selective numericals
c) Concentrate on basics
• Inorganic chemistry (12 to 14 questions)
a) Review the general trends in groups
b) Practice Electrolyte, electrodes and electrodic reactions in electrolytic preparatory methods
c) Glance through the reactions
• General chemistry (7 to 8 questions)
a) Quickly review the basic concept
b) Review the formulae involved
c) Go through the numericals if any in chapters like Atomic structure

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Here is the Comparison and Competition Between AIEEE and EAMCET

10 to 15 years back the number of seats available in Engineering was less, but now almost 2.25 Lakh seats available in various Engineering Colleges of Andhra Pradesh. The competition is very less. When we exclude management
quota and then count for every 1 seat 2 students are competing. But in AlEEE this year for every 1 seat available 400 students are competing (12 Lakh students appeared, 30 thousand seats are available through AlEEE). EAMCET tests the student over understanding capacity of basic concepts, Problems solving techniques, quickness. It demands careful preparation, planning, time management while taking the test from the student. Remember that 87% of the questions are of easy type. In the sense they are either direct substitution type, are single concept base questions. 10% of the questions will be framed linking more than one concept. 3% (i.e., 1 or 2) questions application type of questions. Students must try to score more in that 87% to get a good rank. It is not prudent on the part of the student wasting time unnecessarily on the questions for which he or she is not sure of the answer. The whole essence of the EAMCET lies in picking up selectively that 87% of easy questions instead of trying difficult ones as 1 mark only will be awarded for a difficult and as well for an easy question. Student mind set is also going to play a major role in the examination hall. So as far as possible student should try to be in positive and confident mood. Walking of the examination hall Students have the habit of complaining and feeling disappointed knowing that easy questions were asked from the topics left out of their preparation plan, so at least try to know the basics in all the topics to avoid disappointment. More Info :
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Here are some EAMCET Physics Revision Tips

It is very important on the part of the student to stay in touch with all the topics and hence there is a need to revise the topics regularly and here are the steps for doing revision in a systematic manner

Step One:
Divide topics into 3 categories i.e.,
1) Topics in which you are very confident.
2) Topics which require two revisions.
3) Difficult topics which require lot of revision

Step Two:
For revision and 21/2 hours need to be allotted for Physics. Give 1 hour of your time to concentrate on the difficult topics you have identified. 1 hour to the topics for which little revision in required. Go for thorough revision of
the theory and then attack the questions in a systematic manner only on the topics you have covered on that
day. A quick review of the key on your own will give you a clear idea on the topics which you have to revisit.

Step Three:
To stay in touch with all topics in any given exercise (if the questions are all divided into different levels) start attempting "even" numbered questions first from all the topics. This will give you "time" to go through all the topics.
After completing even numbered questions go for odd numbered questions in level-I. The same may be repeated for
Level -II and Level-III questions.

Step Four:
Write as many grand tests as possible. Analyze the answers and try to rectify the mistakes. Discuss the questions which you went wrong with your teacher and clarify your doubts.

Step Five:
Pick up randomly Grand Test Question papers from the tests you had already written and in which you are very
sure of the answers. This will give you moral boost and enter confidently into the examination hall on 30th May 2010.

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Here are the EAMCET Physics Important Topics :

Give top priority to Modem Physics, Elecrostatics,Magnetic effects of current and earth's magnetism, Heat & Thermo Dynamics,SHM and Oscillations, Current Electricity ,Gravitation & Rotational Mechanics, EMI, AC & EM Waves, Optics, Kinematics

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Here are the Do's and Don'ts that should be followed in EAMCET

DO'S
• Go with HB Pencil
• Leave the question for which you are not very sure of the answer.
• Generally 87% of the question will be easy, simple and direct so search for these.
• If aiming a rank below 100 you need to answer 85%, or try to get around 136 out of 160
• You can go for a guess in case if you are strongly between two choices.
• Some times you can tackle difficult questions by using dimensional analysis
• Substitution method some times gives you the chance in identifying the answer.
• As you have still enough time prepare well and cover all the concepts.
• Data represented through graphs and followed by questions are very simple and direct. You can score more on Such questions, so give patient reading before you go for the next question.

DON'TS :

• Don't mark the ovals with Pen
• Don't waste more than 1 minute on any question.
• There will be 7% - 8% questions difficult. Don't waste too much of time on them better leave them.
• Don't get disturbed seeing a difficult question, leave it, as it is not going to matter much.
• Don't go for lottery, try to spot the nearest answer
• Don't just leave anything without trying all possible alternatives.
• Don't blindly go for marking the answers
• Don't skip topics and concepts as there is every possibility to ask simple concept based questions.
• Don't get shaky seeing questions related to graphs

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Here are the Important Issues that an EAMCET Aspirant should keep in Mind :

• The aspirants for who didn’t get their hall tickets can download them from http://www.apeamcet.org
• There is a facility to get an hall ticket on 28,29th by paying 20 Rs as Demand Draft and submitting 2 photos in the corresponding Examination Center
• If you notice any mistakes in the Applicants name, fathers name, caste and other aspects you must inform the mistakes in the Examination center. Then only you have the possibility to change them in your nominee rolls.
• The addresses of the Exam centers are intimated by an sms to the
students who had given their mobile number.
• The applicants can make a call to the numbers if they have any doubts : 040-23150362, 23150462.
• The students should bring their own Erasers, Ballpoint pen, sharpener only HB pencil
Will be given at the Examination center
• The EAMCET Students should keep their hall tickets till they get admission
• The EAMCET Key will be released on June 5th
• The complaints on the clarifications on the key will be taken up to June 12th. This should be signed by the student to the EAMCET Convener
• If you are late to the Examination center then you can not appear for the EAMCET 2010 Exam as the One Minute late rule is there so be quick and reach an hour before your Exam starts.


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