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TS EAMCET mock test

Telangana State Higher Education Council annually organizes various entrance examinations for students seeking admissions in Telangana Universities. The Telangana Engineering Medicine Agriculture Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) examination is conducted for the aspirants seeking admission in Engineering, Medical graduate degree courses. Before the actual examination, a mock test is conducted so that the students can analyse their attempt and get insights into the type of questions asked, the difficulty level and time management. The TS EAMCET mock test is conducted for a duration of 3 hours with 160 questions, same as the actual examination. All the important  information regarding the test has been summed up here.

Procedure for registration

Register for the TS EAMCET mock test after the submission of application on the official website. Log in using registration number and qualifying examination hall ticket number and select the test date, timings, city and centre for the practice test.The address of the centre is displayed. Just click on “Register”. To take the TS EAMCET mock test, no unique log-in credentials are required as the credentials are set as default. The candidate simply needs to go to the mock test log-in page and click on the “Sign-In” tab.

How to begin?

  • Visit the official exam page of TS EAMCET.
  • Click on the mock test tab and the page is redirected to a mock test sign-in page.
  • Click on the ‘Sign-in’ tab.
  • After signing in, a set of general instructions appear. Go through the instructions and accept them.
  • To start the test, click on “I am ready to begin”.

Key features

  • Type of questions: Multiple choice questions
  • The number of questions: A total of 160 are asked from three sections – physics (40 questions), chemistry (40) and mathematics (80) in a time of 180 minutes.
  • Navigation: The three sections are displayed at the top of the bar. To move from one section to another, simply click on the specific section.
  • Answering the questions: The candidate can answer/shuffle any question in a section, or across sections within the stipulated time.
  • Timer: The mock test has a timer at the top right corner of the screen, which indicates the time left in the exam.
  • Status of questions: To make it easy for the candidate, a colour palette is used to indicate the status of a question.

Colour palette and status of questions

A colour coding pattern is followed to indicate the status of the question in the examination.

S.No. Colour Status of question
1. White The question has not been visited yet.
2. Red The question has not been answered.
3. Green The question has been answered.
4. Violet The question has not been answered and marked for review.
5. Violet with green tick The question has been answered but marked for review.

How to attempt?

  • Step 1: Click on the question you want to answer.
  • Step 2: There are multiple choice questions with 4 options for each question. Choose the most appropriate option.
  • Step 3: After selecting the answer, choose on ‘Save’ button.
  • Step 4: After saving the answer, click on ‘Next’ button to view the next question.
  • Step 5: To mark a question for review, click on ‘Mark for Review & Next’ to save the answer for the current question and then move onto the next question.
  • Step 6: To deselect an answer, click on the button of the chosen option again or click on the ‘Clear Response’ button.

Paper pattern

The question paper consists of multiple choice questions and the TS EAMCET exam pattern for engineering and medical streams is as follows:


Subject No. of questions Marks Marks per question
Mathematics 80 80 1
Physics 40 40 1
Chemistry 40 40 1
Total 160 160 1


Subject No. of questions Marks Marks per question
Botany 40 40 1
Zoology 40 40 1
Physics 40 40 1
Chemistry 40 40 1
Total 160 160 1

Syllabus for TS Eamcet mock test

The syllabus covered under various streams is given as:


Algebra: Theory of Equations, Matrices, Complex Numbers, Mathematical Induction, Quadratic Expressions, De Moivre’s Theorem, Permutations and Combinations, Functions, Partial fractions, Binomial Theorem.

 Trigonometry: Hyperbolic Functions, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Trigonometric Ratios up to Transformations, Trigonometric Equations, Properties of Triangles.

Vector algebra: Product of Vectors, Classification of vectors, Scalar multiplication, Linear combination of vectors, Addition of Vectors, Component of a vector in three dimensions, Orthogonal projections Geometrical Vector methods, Vector equations of a plane in different forms.

Probability: Random Variables and Probability Distributions, Classical definition of probability, Probability, Measures of Dispersion, Binomial and Poisson Distributions.

Geometry: A pair of Straight Lines, The Straight Line, Locus, Circle, Plane, Hyperbola, Transformation of Axes, Ellipse, Parabola, Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios, Three-Dimensional Coordinates, System of circles.

Calculus: Limits and Continuity, Applications of Derivatives, Definite Integrals, Differentiation, Integration, Differential equations.


Physical World, Motion in a Straight Line, Motion in a Plane, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Units and Measurements, Gravitation, Systems of Particles and Rotational Motion, Oscillations, Mechanical Properties of Solids, Thermal Properties of Matter, Thermodynamics, Ray Optics and Optical Instruments, Waves, Wave Optics, Electric Charges and Fields
Communication Systems, Current Electricity, Moving Charges and Magnetism, Magnetism and Matter, Mechanical Properties of Fluids, Alternating Current, Kinetic Theory, Dual nature of Radiation and Matter, Electromagnetic Waves, Atoms, Semiconductor Electronics, Nuclei, Electromagnetic Induction, Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance.


Stoichiometry, Hydrogen and its Compounds, States of Matter: Gases and Liquids, Atomic Structure, Thermodynamics, Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties, Chemical Equilibrium and Acids-Bases, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, The S-Block Elements, P- Block Elements group 13 (boron family), P-Block Elements group 14 (carbon family), Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques, Hydrocarbons, Environmental Chemistry, Solid State, Solutions
Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, General Principles of Metallurgy, D and F Block Elements & Coordination Compounds, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes, Polymers, Biomolecules, Organic Compounds containing C, H and O, Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen.


The syllabus of this subject is divided into two parts:


Plant Systematics, Plant Physiology, Diversity in the Living World, Structural Organization in Plants– Morphology, Internal Organization of Plants, Cell Structure and Function,  Plant Ecology, Microbiology, Genetics, Plants, Microbes and Human Welfare, Reproduction in Plants, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology.


Animal Diversity-II: Phylum: Chordata, Human Anatomy and Physiology-I, Structural Organization in Animals, Biology & Human Welfare, Type Study of Periplaneta Americana, Animal Diversity-I: Invertebrate Phyla, Ecology & Environment, Locomotion & Reproduction in Protozoa, Human Anatomy and Physiology-II, Applied Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology-IV, Human Anatomy and Physiology-III,Organic Evolution, Genetics, Human Reproduction.

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