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EAMCET Answer Key: Check your answers!

EAMCET primary answer key will be published on May 19, 2014. Candidates are advised to check their scores with the answer key and if they have any objections, contact the authorities – latest by May 26, 2014.

To check where you stand in terms of EAMCET preparation, you should try and solve as many EAMCET question papers of previous years as you can. Then cross-check your answers with the help of EAMCET answer key of that year. Analyze which problems or questions are incorrect and seek guidance, if needed, on how to handle similar questions or problems in the future.

At Askiitians, you can find EAMCET key paper for several years as well as their corresponding EAMCET final key answers for free.  Here are the answer keys for EAMCET for previous years:


EAMCET Answer Key 2012

EAMCET Answer Key 2013

As always, the most important paper students should try and solve is EAMCET key paper 2013. To check their performance they should use EAMCET answer key 2013.
 

You can use your question-wise performance and overall score that you have obtained using EAMCET key 2013 to get a reality check on how you would have performed if you had taken EAMCET last year. You can also use various online rank predictors to have a rough idea about what would have been your rank in EAMCET 2013, if you had performed similarly in that paper.

EAMCET key paper 2013 and EAMCET answer key 2013 can help you formulate a strategy according to the importance of individual topics in each subject.

Know that about 2.8 lakh students had taken EAMCET 2013. If you will solve multiple papers, you would be able to identify patterns of how the questions are positioned.


Physics in last year’s paper was comparatively easy than the paper of 2012. 25s questions out of 40 required only intermediate-level knowledge while 14 questions were moderately difficult to screen brighter students. 1 question was considered difficult. Last year, in Physics, no questions were asked from EMI, 1D and Circular Motion, and Communication.

 

In Chemistry, 15 questions out of 40 were easy and only 5 questions were difficult and needed working out. Other questions were moderately difficult. 15 questions were from the Ist year syllabus while 25 questions were from IInd year syllabus. Physical Chemistry contributed 17 questions, Inorganic Chemistry contributed 11 questions, 8 questions were from Organic Chemistry while 4 questions were from Environmental Chemistry and Biochemistry. Transition Elements and Basic Organic Chemistry were not asked in last year’s paper.

 

EAMCET 2013 had 80 questions in Mathematics, where 40 questions required only basic knowledge, 25 questions were moderately difficult, and 15 questions were difficult. Overall, the Mathematics portion was easier than that of EAMCET 2012. Questions were asked uniformly across Ist and IInd year syllabus.

Askiitians has experienced tutors who have first-hand experience of cracking EAMCET. Hence, they know insider tips and tricks on how to score more in EAMCET paper and are fully equipped to help you with important topics.

 

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