Friday, December 27, 2013

EAMCET-2014 on May 17; test may go online from 2015

EAMCET-2014 on May 17; test may go online from 2015

On the lines of CAT and BITSAT , the Engineering Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) is likely to go online from 2015.
An indication to this was given by the APSCHE Chairman, L. Venugopal Reddy in Hyderabad on Thursday. He said efforts were on to make the test online and sufficient time would be given for students before the decision is taken.
He said the EAMCET for next year will be held on May 17 and the notification would be given on February 10. Results will be announced on June 9. The JNTU Hyderabad will conduct the test and N.V. Ramana Rao will be the Convenor.
Similarly, the ICET for MBA and MCA admissions will be held on May 23 and notification will be issued on February 14. The ECET will be conducted on May 10, EdCET on June 2, LAWCET on June 8, PGECET on May 26 and PECET on May 5.

EAMCET 2014 Schedule

EAMCET 2014 Schedule
EAMCET 2014 notification will be released in February 10, 2014
EAMCET will be held on May 17, 2014
Results will be announced on June 2, 2014 

Friday, December 13, 2013

What are the Three Common Mistakes Students Usually Do In Exams?

Human nature is prone to one thing - mistakes. Admittedly, everyone else has that tendency. No matter how prepared you may be, mistakes can also come during the actual moment which you are preparing for. One of the most critical moments is during examinations where your future lies. One’s brain can be a scumbag at times, and makes you commit mistakes which you did not intentionally want to do.

During examinations, mistakes are something that you do not want to do. However, just like what was mentioned earlier, these are things which you cannot avoid. On the other hand, you may be able to minimize the impact it will have on your results. Awareness is the key. That is why knowing that these may happen is the first step in minimizing the problems encountered.

Guessing what items will come out in the examination is one of the most common problems that a student may do. The mistake usually happens during the moments when one is studying. Though there are times when this is helpful, being too confident can cause you your downfall. Remember that you can never outsmart your teacher, though there are times when you do.

Instead of spotting the question, it is best to spot the topics. The difference between the two is that the latter means having a grasp of the general concept. This means you have a general idea regarding the entire concept that is going to come out in the examination. At least in this one, you have a lot of choices to choose from.

Students also have a tendency to memorize the book word for word, especially examinations which may require it. However, when the examination comes, you cannot retrieve the information that you are trying to remember. The longer you wait, the more difficult it is to retrieve. As a result, you lose valuable time.

In cases where you might think of doing so, remember that it might be better if you understand the concepts being discussed. If you are able to understand the concept, no matter how the teachers state it in the choices, you will be able to get the answers correctly.

Everyone also has the tendency to panic even before an examination. This is a natural reaction; however, this has drastic consequences. Once you panic, the natural reaction of the brain is go haywire. Your mind gets all jumbled and you might even find it harder to retrieve any information which you were confident to have stored in your memory.

You have to calm yourself and keep yourself in check. If you do not know how to do so, then tips to help you calm down are the following:

·         Clear your thoughts regarding the topics that you studied
·         Prepare well ahead of time
·         Balance your time between studying and other activities
·         Always have a good night’s sleep before an examination
·         Empower yourself

The burden of examinations will always have these kinds of effects on an individual. Minimizing its effect is the only thing that you can do. The first step is acknowledging that you will commit mistakes; the next is doing something to minimize its effects. Combine these two, and you may have better results than your previous ones.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Planning to Crack the IIT-JEE 2014/15 –Get planning Guide from CETPractice

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 Overview of the work to be done
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Review materials actively, not passively
Take care of physical and emotional health

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