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Hello Friends,..

AIEEE Physics Guidance and Analysis :
Understanding the Basic Concepts is the only way for achieving success in any entrance exam. Here are the preparation tips, Important Topics, Topics to be Reviewed and some other words regarding the AIEEE 2010 Exam.

Preparation Tips :
When we look at the last 3 years question papers, the weightage / distribution for the different topics of physics is not uniform. However it is desirable to concentrate more on the following chapters.

Most Important Topics :
• Modern Physics
• Electrostatics
• Magnetic Effects of Current and Earth’s Magnetism
• Heat & Thermo Dynamics
• SHM and Oscillations
• Current Electricity

Important Topics :
• Gravitation & Rotational Mechanics
• EMI
• AC & EM Waves
• Optics
• Kinematics

Topics to be reviewed:
• Friction
• Dynamics
• Center of Mass
• Mechanical Wave & Sound

It may be observed that atleast 1 – 2 questions are generally asked on practical or experimental physics. These questions are more often not easy, simple and scoring. Students must know what they confidently learnt or otherwise negative marks are going to take heavy toll on wild guess. Therefore, students should take a fresh guard for every question they try to attempt. But tat the same time they should not bog down over the pressure of mistakes.

Students must read the instructions carefully before starting the examination. Since, there has been change in the number of questions and marks. It is 8 years since AIEEE has come into existence and when we study the pattern and how it is being evolved, one can say that it is being evolved, one can say that it is made easy and simpler year after year.

In AIEEE the weightage for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry is same. Time management is also an important factor for the students to get a good rank. There fore, students must try to give atleast 1 hour to solve physics paper. Under any circumstances students should not try for a guess answer in case of 8 marks question.

Also it is observed that II year topics are most important than the Ist year topics. There will be 13 questions from 1st year topics and 17 questions from the 2nd year topics but marks wise 2nd year topics has more weightage. Strangely there may be 1 question from each of the chapters given below.
• Units & Dimensions
• Dynamics
• Surface tension
• Viscosity & Elasticity
For no scientific reason questions we asked from “Friction”, but this time we can surely expect atleast one question.

How Difficult the Questions are ?
Easy(Direct & Simple) : 50%
Moderate Questions : 38%
Difficult Questions : 7%

Graphs showing Percentage of marks scored against rank in three Consecutive years
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Some other words for the Aspirants :

In time of solving the problem students must read the clue in the related question. For this.. careful keen reading is needed. Solving the problem conventionally is advised. In last few years exam it is observed that questions based on intermediate second year syllabus have been giving high rather than first year syllabus.

Keeping it in mind it is better to understand the basic concepts thoroughly and should understand the formulas involved concepts. Then only they can able to solve the problems. Finally every student should know that basic fundamentals, accuracy and speed will get the best rank.

Physics Chapter wise Questions and Marks Analysis for the Last 3 Years
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Mon May 31, 2010 3:05 pm
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Hello Friends,...

Here are the Do’s and Don’ts In AIEEE 2010 Exam..

Do’s:

• Go with Black Ball Point Pen
• Leave the question for which you are not very sure of the answer
• Generally 55% of the Question will be easy, simple and direct so search for these questions
• If you are aiming a rank below 100 you need to answer 85% of the Questions in the paper
• You can go for a guess in case if you are strongly decided that the answer is 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 to prepare well and cover all the topics and concepts
• Data represented through graphs and followed by questions are very simple and direct, so give patient reading before you go for the next question

Don’ts:

• Don’t mark the ovals with pencil
• Don’t waste more than 2 minutes on any question
• There will be 7% – 8% questions difficult. Don’t waste too much time on them better leave them
• Don’t get disturbed seeing difficult questions, leave them, as it is not going to matter much
• Wild guesses are dangerous.
• Don’t just leave anything without trying all possible alternatives
• Don’t blindly go for marking answers
• Don’t skip topics and concepts as there is every possibility to ask simple concept based questions.
• Don’t get shaky seeing the Questions related to the graphs

Here is the Article : http://www.myengg.com/engg/info/2071/do ... 2010-exam/


Mon May 31, 2010 3:06 pm
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Hello Friends,..

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.

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Mon May 31, 2010 3:07 pm
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Hello Friends,..

Here are the AIEEE Physics Revision Tips for the Aspirants..

It is very important on the part of the students to stay in touch with every subject and with all the topics and concepts. Here are the 4 steps to be followed for revising

Step one:
Divide the topics In to three categories ie,.
• Topics in which you are very confident
• Topics which you require a little more revision but you are ok.
• Difficult topics which require lot of revision

Step two :
if you are using 9 hours for revision and 3 hours needed to be physics. Give 2 hours of your time to concentrate on the difficult topics you have identified. 1 hour to the topics for which little revision is 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. This is how you need to consolidate and strengthen yourself

Step three :
To stay in touch with all topics in any give exercise (if the questions of all categories in to different levels) start attempting even numbered questions first from the topics. This will give you time to go through all the topics. After completing go for odd numbered questions in level-1. The same may be repeated for Level – II and Level – III questions

Step four : write as many as grand tests as possible. Analyse the answers and try to rectify the mistakes.

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Mon May 31, 2010 3:12 pm
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One good strategy which has never failed is taking a test to check whether you are fully prepared. You will get series of tests on different topics from Physics, Chemistry and Maths at http://www.myengg.com/engg/mocktest/


Tue Aug 10, 2010 1:46 pm
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Hey friends...

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Wed Nov 17, 2010 4:15 pm
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Many of the Engineering aspirants will be waiting for the All India Engineering Entrance Exam AIEEE 2011. Every thing is now ready. The CBSE is making all the things for the AIEEE Exam which conducted every year for getting admissions in to the National Institutes of Technologies. As many Lakhs of students will be appearing for the exam one must struggle hard to get a good rank. Here are the subject wise preparation strategies.

Mathematics :
One must focus on the Basics to get good marks in this subject especially and do lots of practice. Not only that they have to appear as many as mock tests as possible to get confidence. The students must focus on the Excretion region, statement dependent questions as their number is being increased every year. So better concentrate on them too.

Time Planning : The time should be planned in an examination point of view. One must focus on how to deal the topics that which you have studied once and it’s a waste of time ? (single topics should not be read more time). How to allot time for such subjects ? so the students must follow a schedule that they designed. Here is one schedule of my choice.

• Complex numbers – 8 hours
• Matrices, determinants – 12 hours
• Trigonometric equations – 3 hours
• Quadratic Equations – 4 hours
• Differential calculus – 8 hours
• Circles – 10 hours
• Probability – 8 hours
• Permutations and Combinations – 6 hours
• 3D-lines – 4 hours
• Progressions – 5 hours
• Mean value theorem – 2 hours
• Statistics – 3 hours
• Functions – 8 hours
• Inverse Trigonometry – 4 hours.

Important Topics :
Quadratic equations, Conics, Inverse trigonometric functions, General solutions, functions, calculus, probability, permutations and combinations. Most of the questions will be coming from these topics and so one must focus much on these topics. Other than these you may get some questions from these 6 topics Mathematical Reasoning, Sets and Relations, Statistics, 3D-lines, progressions, mean value theorem.

Typical Topics :
Matrices, determinants, mathematical induction, 3d geometry are the most typical. Other than these the Complex numbers, Modulus, Amplitude, Cube root, fourth root problems are also important. Some inter-related problems in Trigonometric equations, Quadratic equations. Not only these topics you can go through the topics which ever you feel tough. To have an idea about the topics which we have read and got prepared should be made in the form of synopsis to read it further. Practice a lot. Write the list of formulae so that it will be helpful.

The students should plan the schedule so that the board exams preparation will not be ruined. One must allot 3 hours for AIEEE Preparation every day. They must answer the questions in the model question papers in that point of time. One must analyze their performance so that you can notice your drawbacks. After the Board exams you will have less time so just gather the IIT JEE, AIEEE, EAMCET papers and answer them based on the time. The syllabus of these Engineering Entrance Exams is the same but they only differ in the toughness. One must be good at basics especially.,

For the students who appear exam online :
The students who are not appearing for the state level entrance exams like EAMCET and only appearing for the AIEEE and IIT JEE should appear online. Then it will be good, As there will be lot of time after the IIT JEE Exam to revise. If the students are not appearing for the IIT JEE and only appearing for the AIEEE and the state level engineering entrance exams on April 24th that’s online exam.

Physics :
I think many of the students would have completed the Physics Preparation, thus the aspirants should give high preference to the Revision. Firstly one must focus on the basic Concepts, Principles, main formulae. One must solve the problems based on the Basic concepts. One must appear the mock tests at week ends to stay in touch with the subject.

Time Planning Chart :
One must divide the time and topics too, the students have to set an target to finish those topics. One must work hard as per the schedule designed. One must know their drawbacks from the week end tests they are going to appear. Here is an Time Planning chart for the preparation of the Aspirants.

December 1 – 15 : Mechanics
December 16-31 : Thermo Dynamics & Fluid Dynamics
January 1 -15 : Electricity and Magnetism
January 16 – 31 : Optics and sound.

• Electricity and Magnetism, rotator motion are the major topics that the aspirants must focus much as these are typical too. Taking the guidance from the faculty and work hard one can easily mastered in these topics.
• One must remember that they are appearing for the National Level Engineering Entrance Exams like IIT JEE and AIEEE and the Questions will be of that range too. That’s why the student who gets prepared for the IIT JEE can easily crack AIEEE too. One must also focus on the semi conductors, logic gates, communication systems too.
• To improve their application skills one must be good at fundamentals so focus on the basics firstly. The only way to get good deal of Fundamentals is going through all the available books and then solve problems

Useful Books : Concepts of Physics – Volume 1, 2 – H.C. Varma

Chemistry :

When compared to the 2 subjects (Mathematics, Physics) for the AIEEE Aspirants Chemistry is the easiest subject. The students who have an good idea on the topics in the subject and the basic formulae can score a good rank and thus the Chemistry is being the deciding factor for many years. I think many of the aspirants would have completed their chemistry preparation. There is no problem if you guys didn’t start the preparation yet. The students who hadn’t started their preparation should prepare by using some techniques to get good marks.

Just observe the previous years papers. 30 to 36 % of marks are from Physical Chemistry, 26-32% of Marks from Inorganic chemistry, 25-29% of marks from Organic Chemistry and 20-24% of questions from general Chemistry. So based on this the students should give priority and get prepared as making this data as the base.

The students should study based on the concepts, one must implement the concepts in the questions given for them. If the students gets that capability then it is very easy to crack AIEEE Chemistry. Reading the questions clearly one can improve their communication skills and Problem solving skills. One must gather all the useful information in the question to solve that problem. Solving different problems of the same concepts gives a good deal of application skills and one must do that for improving those skills.

• Last year 40% of the questions are easy and 50% of the question in the Chemistry paper are moderate and remaining 10% are difficult as per the last year AIEEE Chemistry paper.
• One must get grip on all the formulae in physical chemistry and practice as much as possible.
• One must pay more attention towards the organic chemistry to get benefited. The aspirants should be good at the chemical reactions, sequence of reactions, flow charts, in interconversions form. Prepare tables of those reactions and formulae for the further studies. Even the same is to be followed in the case of the Inorganic chemistry.

Books to be followed :
Intermediate chemistry books.
Physical chemistry – P.Bahadur.
Organic Chemistry – R.T.Morrison
Inorganic Chemistry – J.D. Lee Here is the Source of this Article : http://www.myengg.com/engg/info/6351/ai ... trategies/


Thu Dec 02, 2010 4:42 pm
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Hey friends......

The AIEEE Aspirants may be thinking that the National Level Engineering Entrance Exam is the Toughest One. Yeah Thats right but it will suits for the students who didn’t get prepared well for such Competitive Exams. AIEEE is not a tough nut to crack If U Follow these Strategies for smart preparation u can Get success :

AIEEE is not a tough nut to crack If U Follow these Strategies for smart preparation u can Get sucess:

1.Well thought revision plan: u must first prepare for the exam and also set the time for revision by fixing a time table and must follow it.
2.Strengthening fundamentals: Firstly u must strengthen ur Fundamentals,
3.Application of fundamentals: Strengthening ur fundamentals is not only enough u must implement those fundamentals in the problems and solve them,
4.Improving Speed: just keep on Practicing automatically u can improve the speed.
5.Question Selection: Question Selection also plays a prominent role Consider the three categories given below
Easy: Approximately 25% questions in a paper are easy
Average: Approximately 60% questions in a paper are average
Difficult: Approximately 15% questions in a paper are difficult
First attempt the Easy ones and then come to average and at last to the difficult ones bcos u may lose hope if u start with a difficult problem first and failed to get answer.
6.Time Management: Time management is the major factor that effect the ranks of the students u must set targets so that u should do each and every problem and attempt all the questions

Note: Always attempt theoretical questions first and then questions which require calculation. Its human nature that if you attempt a few confident questions in the beginning then you feel loaded with positive energy which increases your efficiency and speed for the rest of the paper.


Wed Dec 08, 2010 12:40 pm
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Hey friends...

You need not take any extra burden but make sure to appear at least twenty mock tests of AIEEE before the entrance. And all these tests must be done after JEE gets over It’s essential to maintain your study rhythm after JEE so an alternative would be to do group study as the mind becomes too saturated to sit alone and study after giving JEE. There are some topics that are there in AIEEE but not in JEE

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Maths: Statistics, Negative Index series in binomial, Mathematical reasoning
Chemistry: Environmental Chemistry
Physics: Semiconductors

Focus more on these and also have a look at the practicals given in the AIEEE syllabus. Questions from practicals are straightforward and its important to go through them as most of the students (including me) rarely paid importance to practicals done in their school.

Last, but not least solving previous years papers is really beneficial as few questions exist in the paper that are repeated from previous years questions. “Dont take AIEEE lightly even if you have given your JEE well. The only thing that makes the difference in AIEEE results is the study of these miscellaneous topics after JEE.”

Tips During the AIEEE Exam :
AIEEE exam has to be given with a ball pen so you can’t change your answer even if you have realized it is wrong. I have faced that issue so be careful. Losing marks even if you know the correct answer hurts a lot. Recently 8 mark questions are also being asked. Give sufficient time to solve those questions.


Thu Mar 10, 2011 5:18 pm
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Hey friends....

AIEEE exam has been conducted by CBSE for the Past few years for the admissions to India’s premier National level Institutes like NITs, IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology), DCE, PEC, many deemed universities, government funded institutions and technical colleges in the country. More than 1 million candidates appear for this exam and the exam is counted as the largest exam in the world held on a single day. Check this link for such more articles for AIEEE Aspirants

DO’S
* Go with Black Ball Point Pen
* Leave the question for which you are not very sure of the answer.
* Generally 55% of the question will be easy, simple and direct so search for these questions.
* If you are aiming a rank below 100 you need to answer 85% of the question paper.
* 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 Pencil
* Don’t waste more than 2 minutes 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 them, as it is not going to matter much.
* Wild guesses are dangerous.
* 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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