Guidance to Entrance Exams after Plus two

Its the season of Entrance examinations for the students those who have completed their Plus Two. Here are some guidance and suggestions for those who are preparing for different Entance Examinations.

Some Main Entrance examinations are ;
  1. JEE, Engineering Entrance Examinations Kerala
  2. CAT by Cochin University of Science and Technology
  3. Entrance examinations for Medical and Agricultural courses
  4. AIIMS examination by Indian Institute of Medical Science
  5. Engineering Entrance examinations conducted by Amrita and VIT universities
  6. GIPMER for Medical colleges in Puduchery
  7. CLAT for National University of Law
  8. NCHM by JEE
  10. UPSC for NDA
  11. Integrated Management programme Exam conducted by IIM Indore 
 Critical days are coming for those students who are preparing for the Entrance examinations. They have to prepare well for both Plus two and Entrance examinations. 

JEE Main is the first Entrance examination for Engineering. To apply for these exam, Students will have to attain an aggregate score of 75% in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics Subjects each. Exam can be written through a Computer or by Paper. There is negative mark scheme for the exam, so the students have to care about while answering unknown questions. Students have to workout more number of problems with in these days. Try to collect Previous year question papers and try to attend some  mock tests to build the ability to answer questions within given time. Try to write answers in the order Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. This will help to control time shedule. Also do not try to hook up on the unknown questions.

For NEET exams, there will be 90 questions from Biology and 45 questions each from Physics and Chemistry. Comparatively students can easily answer Biology questions. So Biology has the major role in the victory for NEET. If students answer 80 true out of 90 from Biology and have written half questions for each Physics and Chemistry, they can earn 500 out of 720. For NEET, it is necessary to score more than 500.

For AIIMS examinations, there will be 20 questions from General Knowledge. Included with Latest National and International news, Nobel prizes, American election and New scientific Inventions. Expect questions from these sections.

There is no negative marking in GIPMER Medical Entrance. There will be questions from English, Logic and Quantitative reasoning with 10 marks each. 

Preparation for JEE is only required for Birla Institute of Technology and Science BITSAT. Try to have punctuality while writing the Online test. There is Online Examinations for both Amrita and VIT entrance. 

Do not try to study late night and loss your sleep before your exams. Try not to share question and answers with others before enterin the exam hall. Be careful not to spend much time for unknown questions and do not worry by valuing  them. Do not think about examinations that are over, this will only give negative thoughts. Hardwork, Step by step preparation and Knowledge to keep an aim will make your exams easier. Questions for Entrance can be expected from anywhere inside the syllabus. So try to collect as much as model papers which will help you to reach success. Try to write and study equations. Face your examinations with confidence. 

Try to avoid mental stresses during this season. Dont forget about Food pattern. Sleep atleast 5 hours a day. Reach the examination centre a Hour before your exam.
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