UPSEE is conducted by the Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), formerly known as the UP Technical University (UPTU). This well-known state-level exam is your gateway to the UG and PG programs like B. Tech/B. Arch /B. Pharm./ BHMCT/ BFAD/BFA/MBA/ MCA and MAM offered by the various institutes in UP. UPSEE examination is so popular that in 2016, more than 1.36 lakh students competed for engineering seats available across various Institutes in U.P.

This year, the UPSEE examination is scheduled to take place on April 16, 2018, and the UPSEE Application Forms have been available since 18th January and the last date for submitting the online application form is 5th March, 2018.  Now that you can hear the clock ticking in the background, it’s best to pull up your socks and give your best shot to UPSEE preparations. Today, we’re discussing how to study for UPSEE 2018 in the last months. So take your hand off the mouse and read carefully.

Firstly, let’s look at the important chapters to focus for UPSEE 2018.

Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Rotational Motion, Wave Motion, Ray Optics, Solids and Semiconductor devices, Magnetic effect of current and magnetism, Laws of motion, and Modern Physics. Hydrocarbons and General Organic Chemistry, Ionic Equilibrium, Chemical Bonding, s-block and p-block elements, Organic Compounds containing Oxygen, Solutions, and Structure of Atom. Vectors, Probability, Calculus (Definite Integration, Integral Integration), Complex Numbers, Dynamics, Matrices and Determinants, Permutation & Combination.

The UPSEE 2018 B. TECH question paper will have 50 objective type questions each of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics representing a total of 150 questions, with each question carrying 4 marks. Generally, there is no negative marking in UPSEE 2018 examination but this caveat changes every year. So makes sure you read the application form carefully for this important detail. We also advise you to get acquainted with the UPSEE 2018 Exam-Pattern.

Now, let’s learn about how to study for UPSEE 2018 in the last months.

How to study for UPSEE 2018 in last months:

  • Focus on Important Topics: To succeed at UPSEE 2018, you must get your priorities right. Focus on the important topics and practice them with UPSEE last years’ question papers.
  • Understand the Concepts: While preparing for UPSEE even if you can’t cover the entire syllabus make sure you understand the basic concepts and solve as many problems as you can by applying the fundamentals. This exercise will boost your confidence and once you know the concepts, you can solve any problem on exam day.
  • NCERT Books are Important: You must be thorough with your syllabus of Class XI and XII (or the equivalent course). In Mathematics, get a grip on Algebra, Calculus, and other vital portions. You must also master Organic and Physical part of Chemistry and for Physics, the whole NCERT problems and theories need to be studied. Once your basic principles of these subjects are sound, you can attempt any question with confidence
  • Time-Management: If you are already preparing for exams like JEE and BITSAT, then UPSEE should be comparatively easier in terms of the level of difficulty. However, time management plays an important role in the examination. Hence, working out all the problems by keeping track of the time taken to solve them will train you better. You should aim at a solving rate of one problem per minute.
  • Work Smart: The Last Few Days of UPSEE are really crucial. You must revise the formulae and important concepts thoroughly. Start with the chapters mentioned above which will greatly contribute to covering the major portion of the question paper. The exam doesn’t emphasize too much on the difficulty of the problem but rather on the questions that are straightforward, which require attention to the recollect formulae.
  • Focus on Prepared Topics First: Know the syllabus of the exam by heart and prepare the topics you are uncomfortable only after gaining confidence in the topics that you are comfortable with.
  • Exam Simulation: Train your mind to fit the requirements of the exam conditions. You must solve one or two practice papers with the time limit in the last few days leading to the UPSEE exam. Doing so will help you identify the sections which are more time consuming and the ones that are relatively easier. You can then practice working on your improvement areas.
  • Stay Healthy: Regular practice and revision is a must to succeed at UPSEE 2018 but you must also maintain a healthy lifestyle in the coming months and get at least 8 hours of sleep every day. Taking care of your health and staying calm and positive will help increase your concentration.

Lastly, we’ve also put together a list of must-have books for UPSEE 2018.

Books for UPSEE Physics

  • NCERT Physics Books of Class XI & XII
  • Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma (for both, Numerical & Theory)
  • MCQ Physics by D.Mukerjee for conceptual questions in Physics
  • P. Engineering Entrance Exam SEE GBTU 14 Years’ Solved Papers by Arihant Publication

Books for UPSEE Chemistry

  • NCERT Chemistry Books of Class XI & XII
  • Pradeep Objective Chemistry
  • Bahadur for Physical Chemistry
  • P. Engineering Entrance Exam SEE GBTU 14 Years’ Solved Papers by Arihant publication

Books for UPSEE Mathematics

  • NCERT Mathematics Books of Class XI & XII
  • D. Sharma Objective
  • P. Engineering Entrance Exam SEE GBTU 14 Years’ Solved Papers by Arihant Publication

Stay focused in the coming months. Always remember that the exam should be dealt with composure and never let stress get the better of you. Don’t forget to read our comprehensive tips and tricks for UPSEE 2018.

All the best 🙂

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