As a student, you must be tired of hearing that confidence is the key to success at entrance examinations. But how do you get the confidence required to ace the highly competitive entrance tests? The surest way to boost your confidence levels for any exam is by solving the previous years’ question papers for that particular test. The previous papers not only throw light on the type and quality of questions asked but also train you in completing the exam in the required time. In this article, we take a look at the EAMCET previous year papers.

In this article, we’ll give you the important topics for each subject and also do a subject-wise analysis to help you ace the EAMCET 2017 examination. So, read on.

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) Kakinada regulates the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (AP EAMCET) on behalf of the Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education (APSCHE). EAMCET provides admission to Engineering, Medical and Agricultural programs by various colleges and Universities in Andhra Pradesh.

Before we do an in-depth analysis of the EAMCET Previous Years’ Papers, it is recommended that you get acquainted with the EAMCET Exam Pattern.

Now, let’s begin with a detailed study of the EAMCET Previous Year Papers. For your benefit, we’ve put together a chart listing the important topics for EAMCET and their average weightage in the EAMCET previous year papers. This table will give you a crystal-clear picture of what topics you should prioritize and pay more attention to while preparing for EAMCET 2017.

**EAMCET Previous Year Papers – Important Topics & Weightage**

Mathematics- Topic / Weightage |
Physics- Topic / Weightage |
Chemistry- Topic / Weightage |

Probability (7%) | Current Electricity (7%) | Chemical Kinetics (7%) |

Vectors (6%) | Heat & Thermodynamics (6%) | Chemical Bonding (6%) |

Matrices Determinants (5%) | Electrostatics (6%) | Transition Elements – d& f block (6%) |

Limits (5%) | Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism (6%) | s-block Elements (6%) |

Indefinite Integration (5%) | Work Energy Power (5%) | General Organic Chemistry (6%) |

Definite Integration (5%) | Wave Motion (5%) | p-block Elements (5%) |

Sets, Relations & Functions (4.8%) | Simple Harmonic Motion (5%) | Redox Reactions (5%) |

Theory of Equations (4%) | Physics of Nucleus (5%) | Ionic Equilibrium (4%) |

Permutation & Combination (4%) | Solids & Semiconductor Devices (5%) | Chemical Equilibrium (4%) |

Complex Numbers (4%) | Modern Physics -Atomic Models (5%) | Coordination Compounds (4%) |

Three-Dimensional Geometry (4%) | Center of Mass, Impulse & Momentum (5%) | Carboxylic Acid & its Derivatives (4%) |

Laws of Motion (4%) | Alcohol Phenol Ether (4%) | |

Rotational Motion (4% | Chemical Thermodynamics (4%) | |

Amines & Diazonium Salts (Comp. containing Nitrogen) (4%) |

Now, as promised earlier, let’s do a subject-wise analysis of the EAMCET previous year papers for some key takeaways with regards to your preparation.

**Analysis of EAMCET Mathematics Papers**

A detailed analysis of the EAMCET Mathematics paper revealed highly tricky questions. While some problems are very conceptually demanding, others require a strenuous amount of calculation**. **It’s safe to say that that most questions hold the difficulty level of the JEE exam itself. A large part of the questions give more emphasis to Algebra and hence, you are advised to work extensively to strengthen your Algebra section. A handful of questions are entirely formula based and relatively easy to solve. We recommend that you practice diligently and be thorough with all the concepts and methods.

**Analysis of EAMCET Physics Papers**

The questions in the Physics section from the previous years’ papers are pretty easy**.** Almost all problems are meant to be solved in 2-3 steps and are mostly formula based. So, make sure that you are meticulous with your formulas. We at Toppr, recommend H C Verma’s ‘Concepts of Physics’ for your EAMCET preparations.** **

**Analysis of EAMCET Chemistry Papers**

The NCERT books should be your bible to crack the EAMCET Chemistry section. The NCERT books strengthen your basic concepts, and once you’re fundamentally sound, then the chemistry section is a piece of cake. Ensure that you go through exceptional cases and special reactions** **in all the chapters. Be extremely thorough with NCERT and its key reactions.

To sum up, the EAMCET Mathematics section makes the paper a little tricky while the Physics and Chemistry sections give you some breathing space.

We hope the information in this article helps you prepare for EAMCET 2017. Remember, smart work is half the battle won!

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