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If you’re an aspiring Engineering or Medical student who wants to make a career in the fascinating field of Medicine, Engineering, and Technology then stay on this page. In keeping with Toppr’s tradition of bringing you the most updated information on all the sought-after entrance examinations, today, in this article, we focus on the EAMCET 2018 Exam Pattern.

JNTU Kakinada conducts the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (AP EAMCET) on behalf of the Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education (APSCHE) while JNTU Hyderabad regulates the (TS EAMCET) on behalf of the Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE). EAMCET gives access to admissions in the Engineering, Medical, and Agricultural programs in various Universities and Colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Firstly, you must get acquainted with the EAMCET Syllabus, Dates & Eligibility.

EAMCET 2018 Important Dates

AP EAMCET 2018 Exam Dates

Below given exam dates are tentative:

AP EAMCET Notification January 2018 [4th week]
Submission form online application starting date February 2018 [1st week]
Submitting application form late date March 2018 [3rd week]
Online Application form Correction Date April [1st week] to April [2nd week]
Submitting the application form with a late fee [Rs. 500] April 2018 [1st week]
Submitting application form last date with late fee of [Rs 1000] April 2018 [2nd week]
Submitting application form last date with late fee [Rs 5000] April 2018 [2nd week]
Submitting application form last date with late fee of [Rs 10,000] April 2018 [4th week]
Available Admit Card From April [3rd week] to April 2018 [4th week]
Date for Exams April 2018 [Last week]
Publication of Preliminary key April 2018 [Last week]
Receiving objection on preliminary key Last Date May 2018 [1st week]
Ranks Announcement May 2018 [2nd week]

TS EAMCET 2018 Exam Dates

Events Dates (Tentative)
Notification Releases Last week of February 2018
Application form start from Last week of February 2018
Last to submit the application form without late fee 3rd week of March 2018
Last date to submit the application fee with late fee 1st week of April 2018
Correction of filled in details 1st week of April to 2nd week of April 2018
Admit Card Availability Last week of April 2018
Commencement of Exam 1st week of May 2018
Result Announcement Last week of May 2018

As promised earlier, let’s take an in-depth look at the EAMCET 2018 Exam Pattern.

The EAMCET 2018 Exam Pattern

The EAMCET 2018 Exam Pattern comprises of three subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. In this article, we’re providing the EAMCET Exam Pattern for both, the Engineering as well as the Agricultural courses.

EAMCET Exam Pattern for Engineering Courses:

Subjects No. of Questions
Physics 40
Chemistry 40
Mathematics 80
Total 160

EAMCET Exam Pattern for Agricultural Courses:

Subjects No. of Questions
Botany 40
Zoology 40
Physics 40
Chemistry 40
Total 160

For your benefit, we’ve also listed below some important features of the EAMCET 2018 Exam Pattern.

  • The EAMCET examination is conducted in the offline mode (i.e. pen & paper mode).
  • The questions are Objective-type, carrying one (1) mark each.
  • The EAMCET question paper is available in English and Telugu languages.
  • For each question, four options are provided. You have to mark the correct one only.
  • EMCET entrance test has No Negative Marking for incorrect answers.
  • The exam duration is three hours.
  • The candidates have to use a black/blue ball point pen to mark the answers.

To keep your best foot forward for EAMCET 2018, check out our article on all you need to know about EAMCET and EAMCET Admit Card.

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