TS EAMCET Exam Analysis 2018

Anjani Chaand Updated On: 22 Nov, 2018 14:09 IST

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TS EAMCET 2018 Exam Analysis

The Telangana Engineering Agriculture Medical Common Entrance Examination (TS EAMCET) has been conducted from 2nd May 2018 to 7th May 2018. Organised by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad on the behalf of TSCHE, TS EAMCET is a gateway for admission in engineering, agriculture, pharmacy and other programmes offered by various colleges & institutions in the state of Telangana.

TS EAMCET Exam Schedule 2018

Exam Date & Time
Engineering

4th, 5th, & 7th May 2018

10 AM to 1 PM & 3 PM to 6 PM

Agriculture & Pharmacy

2nd & 3rd May 2018 

10 AM to 1 PM & 3 PM to 6 PM

Now that the exam is over, candidates can get a detailed TS EAMCET 2018 exam analysis from experts at CollegeDekho.

Also, test takers can predict their rank as well as expected score here once the exam is concluded. Candidates who will be appearing for the exam can use CollegeDekho's TS EAMCET 2018 Rank Predictor tool to get a basic idea of their performance in the examination. The rank predictor by CollegeDekho can be used by B.Tech aspirants who appeared for TS EAMCET 2018 engineering paper.

Now that the exam has wrapped up, the TS EAMCET 2018 Answer Key will also be released by JNTU-Hyderabad. With the help of TS EAMCET answer key, candidates can cross check their answers and calculate their scores.

TS EAMCET 2018 Engineering Paper Pattern

Subjects

No. of questions

Max Marks

Marks per Ques

Time duration

Negative Marking

Maths

80

80

1

No sectional time limit

na

Physics

40

40

1

na

Chemistry

40

40

1

na

Total

160

160

1

180 min

na

Detailed Paper Analysis of TS EAMCET 2018 for Engineering

The TS EAMCET 2018 for Engineering was on predictable lines and didn’t throw any surprise. Most of the questions in all the 3 sections were direct and just checked candidates' fundamental conceptual knowledge. But as the time allocated was just 3 hours for 160 questions so time management played a very vital role in increasing the attempts and also the accuracy.

For a well prepared student one would have been able to get close to 130+ doable questions, and with an accuracy of 80% would have fetched 115 marks from these 130 questions.

As there was no negative marking so one can attempt all the 160 questions, from remaining 30 questions taking 25% accuracy one could get another 7 to 8 marks, that means a score of 120 is a good score for getting a rank of under 2000 and ensuring a seat in Top Engineering colleges of Telangana.

While getting rank under 500 and getting into TOP Govt Engineering colleges a score of 135+ is required.

One can expect a rank of under 4000 with a score of 100 to 105.

Unlike JEE Mains exam, the questions in Maths, Physics and Chemistry were formula driven and not very difficult to attempt. Except for 15 to 20 questions in the entire paper the remaining 140 questions were from easy to moderate difficulty level, so the talent was to spot these 140 and attempt these rather than wasting time in doing the speed breaker questions and wasting time.

Though the question paper in each of the slot was different, the exam organising committee ensured that the difficulty level of paper in the slot remains almost same.

Majority of the questions in Maths section were from 12th class syllabus, majorly from topics like Algebra, Trigonometry, vector algebra, measures of dispersion, coordinate geometry, probability, calculus.

Anyone who has done good preparation can easily attempt 65+ questions in this section and at an accuracy of 80% can get a score of 55, which is a good score in maths.

In Physics section as there was no negative marking. A student with clear fundamentals had a fair chance of attempting 32 to 34 questions with 85% accuracy and can score 28+ marks.

In Physics section, questions were majorly from Gravitation, Motion, Electrostatic, capacitance, alternating current, semiconductor, current electricity, waves, optics, thermodynamics, oscillations, rotational motion, work, energy, power, mechanical properties, and thermal properties.

Chemistry section is comparatively more lengthy and difficult and the questions were time consuming.

In Chemistry section, majority of questions were from these chapters: S block elements, P block elements, organic chemistry, and chemical equilibrium, state of matter, chemical bonding, molecular structure, atomic structure, and classification of elements, hydrogen and its compounds.

An attempt of 33-35 at an accuracy of 80% is decent enough to get a score of 30+.

Subjects

No. of question

Easy

Medium

Difficult

Time allocation

Overall

Good Attempts

Accuracy

Good Marks

Maths

80

40

30

10

80 min

Moderate

70

85%

61

Physics

40

18

17

5

50 min

Moderate

35

85%

31

Chemistry

40

15

16

9

50 min

Moderate

34

85%

28

Total

160

73

63

24

 

 

139

 

120

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