AP EAMCET 2021 is a state-level examination conducted yearly by Jawahar Lal Nehru Technology University, Kakinada.
The test is held on behalf of APSCHE (Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education). On clearing the AP EAMCET entrance examination, candidates are offered admission to several UG courses in Engineering, Pharmacy, Technology, etc. These admissions are into private and government colleges of Andhra Pradesh.
Important Dates. The Application form has been released and can be filled online.
The last date for filling the form is 25th July 2021. With a late fee, the application form is open till 10th August 2021.
The correction facility is available for candidates in the 2nd week of August.
Mock test will be made available for candidates from the 2nd week of August.
Hall tickets will be released on 12th August 2021.
The AP EAMCET 2021 will be conducted from 19th August to 25th August 2021.
Rank card will be released in the 1st week of September, while the counseling process begins in the 2nd week of September 2021.
Candidates must belong to Andhra Pradesh state. Indian/OCI/PIO candidates are eligible.
They must pass the 10+2 board examination from a recognised board. Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry are mandatory subjects to attempt in their board examination.
Candidates must be over the age of 16.
The examination will be held online in English and Telugu language mediums.
The paper will consist of 160 MCQs from Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
Three hours duration will be given to complete the paper. There is no negative marking scheme.
The paper has 40 questions each from Physics and Chemistry subjects and 80 questions alone from mathematics.
Syllabus. Candidates must attempt all 160 MCQs, which will be based on the 10+1 and 10+2 syllabus.
The syllabus has been reduced and can be found on the website. Each candidate will be tested on their understanding and knowledge of the subjects.
Apart from studying through books, preparation should include practice from previous years' papers.
Mock tests will be made available, and candidates must attempt the tests to get detailed information about the different types of questions, difficulty, time duration, etc.
Follow a fixed study routine to remove distractions.
Collect relevant books and study materials.
Revise regularly. Give 3 to 5 days for revision before the examination.
Maintain a properly balanced diet and sleep routine.
Counselling Process. After the shortlist is released, candidates will be called for the counseling process from the 2nd week of September. The process will include registering, fee payment, allotting seats, and document verification.