In this article let’s take a look at how you can prepare for EAMCET exam in one month or less in detail.
So if you are confused regarding how you can start preparing for EAMCET exam if you have less than one month and you are unconfident and confused on how you can start the preparation then you do not need to worry about it and
read this article till the end because I am going to share with you all the tips and strategies i have learnt and implemented during my preparation days which also helped me get good marks in the EAMCET exam,
apart from that I also want you to know that the tips and strategies I shared with you in this article are applicable to both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh EAMCET exam students.
So without further ado let’s get started.
Table of Contents
How to prepare for EAMCET exam in one month?
Create a time table and schedule
This has to be the number one step you need to do if you have less than one month of time to prepare for EAMCET exam and
let me tell you that you cannot afford to waste more time if you want to crack the exam and get a good seat in top engineering or medical college.
If you still do not know what is the syllabus and exam pattern then the questions are all multiple choice questions and by the way there is no negative marking in the exam, you can learn more about the syllabus of the exam here.
Now If you are from Maths Physics and Chemistry branch and want to take Engineering College then the ideal timetable would be to dedicate at least 8 days or more for maths subject because it contains 80 marks in the exam paper as it has 80 questions and
you can devote another eight days for Physics and Chemistry subject as they contain only 40 marks with 40 questions divided in each subject.
You can do the same for BiPC by dedicating atleast 8 days for Biology subjects because they contain 80 questions in the exam and dedicate another 8 days for the Physics and Chemistry paper revision.
Now there are 30 days in a month and you have completed 16 days now it’s time to divide and other 14 days into last revision rounds which is the second round of exam preparation.
This time you can dedicate 7 days for maths subject and remaining 7 days for Physics and Chemistry and do the same for Biology students replacing maths with biology.
The reason we are dedicating majority of the time to maths is because this subject contains 80 questions in the exam and if you focus more time towards preparing for maths then you can get good marks.
This is just a rough time table you can prepare and I would recommend you to take a xeror copy of this time table and
stick it on the wall of your study room so that you can keep reminding yourself and Train Your subconscious mind to stay focused on the time table and stick to the plan if you are getting distracted.
Stick to your strengths
Another important tip I would like to give you is to focus on your strengths and what I mean by this is that if you are really good at any subject like chemistry and physics and
you are not so good at mathematics like remembering formulas and solving numerical problems then you should probably change the timetable and
dedicate more time to what subjects which are your strengths like physics.
By focusing on your strengths you can get a chance to get good marks in the exam.
The reason is very simple because we only have less than 30 days to prepare for the exam, I do not recommend you to take any risk right now by preparing for subject which you do not really like and it is not your strength.
At the same time if you are interested in Physics and Chemistry then another interesting tip I would like to give is to solve the questions during your preparation and
revise faster so that you can save time to solve questions of other subjects like mathematics during the exam because you should know that you only have 3 hours of time for the final exam.
By solving questions faster in Physics and Chemistry paper you can spend more time solving mathematics problems in the exam paper.
Avoid learning new concepts
Another important tip I would like to give you is to avoid learning new concepts in the subjects you learn.
Learning new concepts and lessons in a particular subject can be a good idea if you have more time for example three months before the exam but
Due to scarcity of time you should avoid of learning new concepts in the subjects as it can lead to more time requirement and
also creates a lot of confusion if you do not properly understand the concept and clear your doubts which is not a good thing because the exam is conducted in less than 1 month of time.
And it can also take a lot of time to remember the new concepts and formulas and meanwhile you can forget the old concepts that you have already learnt earlier in the subject.
Revise & take notes
This is a no-brainer.
You should focus on revision alot, the best thing you can do is to create a to do list of all the important concepts you have to learn in that day in your journal or diary and
divide the time depending upon which concept requires how much of time and you should also reward yourself when you achieve those goals at the end of the day with something like
any of your favourite food or drink or playing any game, so that you can enjoy your work and train your brain to focus on your goals and objectives and help you stay motivated.
I would recommend you to spend at least 8 hours everyday to prepare for the exam.
Don’t spend too much of time as it can lead to burn out and you can also get mental fatigue and there is a great chance that you can lose the interest and motivation to study if you put too much pressure on yourself.
As much as possible try to do self study and remove all the distractions from your study room like any smartphone and other electronic gadgets and
also mute all the social media and other notifications of your smartphone if you don’t have any use of it and also take the help of technology and smartphone sometimes like use many online platforms to understand the concepts better
if you cannot learn it through the textbook like you can use YouTube or other online platforms like byju’s for the exam preparation.
You can use techniques like pomodoro technique to increase your productivity during the exam preparation.
And whenever you are revising the subjects I would also recommend you to take the short notes and note down important points you have learnt in that lesson or concept in your notebook
so that you can memorize the entire concept through the notes that you have created rather than reading the concept again during the last preparation of the exam.
This can save you a lot of time and energy and according to many researches and studies you can easily recall the formulas and other important points of a concept by writing them down on a piece of paper.
Take mock tests and solve previous year question papers
Taking mock tests is also a good practice you can do in order to know what are your weaknesses and test your memory, and the ability to recall formulas and concentration skills.
Solving previous year question papers is also a good idea to know what type of questions are getting asked in the exam by observing a pattern and
you can also prepare those questions thoroughly apart from that solving previous year questions can also make you familiar with the exam paper before you write the final exam &
you should also note down the pattern in your notebook at the same time, if your exam duration of mock test is 3 hours then
I would recommend you to reduce it 2 hours to test your skills of concentration regarding if you can complete the exam and
if whether you are good at working under pressure, handling stress and also test your memory skills under pressure.
This can be a good practice for you to work on yourself before the exam.
Because you should know that the EAMCET exam is conducted only once every year and you only have one attempt and you cannot screw up the chance you get so preparation is key.
Don’t ignore sleep and rest
The last tip I want to give you is to never ever ignore the sleep and rest.
You should at least have 7 hours of quality and sound sleep.
There are many scientific studies and researchers that say that your sleep and rest play a huge role on your concentration levels and memorization skills.
Here are some of my tips which you can use in your life especially during the exam preparation period,
- Do some deep breathing exercises early in the morning
- Take some power nap in afternoon during the revision and it can drastically increase your productivity in the remaining day
- Do meditation & other mindfulness exercises for at least 15 minutes everyday and it can skyrocket your concentration levels over the period of time
- Do yoga early in the morning or late in the evening for atleast 30 minutes everyday
- Eat foods that increase the memory and concentration like vegetables, fish and nuts
- Avoid eating junk food and non veg food especially atleast during the revision period as it can lead to laziness and drowsiness, etc
- Drink water in regular intervals of time
- Always reward yourself with some treat whenever you achieve any goal or complete any subject revision within or before the deadline
you should know that every small change you do in your life can definitely have some impact on other aspects of your life for example what kind of food you eat will determine your concentration levels and your energy levels throughout the day so your decisions and choices should be perfect especially during the exam preparation period.
With that said let’s end the article.
These are all the important tips I have for you regarding how you can prepare for the EAMCET exam in less than 1 month.
Things can be much better and more easier if you have more time to prepare for the exam but still you can definitely clear the exam if you follow the step and tips I have mentioned in this article properly.
Do let me know if you agree with my tips and strategies and you want me to include any other strategy in the list by letting me know in the comment section below.
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And all the best for your EAMCET exam.