Study tips and Strategy
Let me tell you first, in AIEEE, everything matters is marks whether you got the answer or not. No worry whether you used some logic or went through a long solution. The most thing that matter in this exam is your time. Time plays a very major role in securing a good rank in AIEEE. Most of the questions that are asked in AIEEE particularly physics and chemistry are very simple. You can consider AIEEE as 20-20 match, no matter how you solve, but take such a short that aims at your target. Preparing for AIEEE is almost similar as the preparation for JEE. Many IIT-JEE (Indian Institute of Technology - Joint Entrance Examination) toppers fail to do well in the AIEEE exam most of the time. What IIT-JEE demands is, building concepts and proper application of the concept, where as AIEEE demands speed and accuracy in the stipulated time, besides in-depth knowledge of the subject that JEE demands. Getting through the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) is not all about conceptual clarity and knowledge of the appropriate formulae and theories, as required in IIT-JEE. But here something you have to keep in mind and that is your problem solving speed.
Examination Strategy :(How to prepare for AIEEE during the last precious months before exam) * First of all in AIEEE you don't need to have the deep knowledge of every topic as required in IIT-JEE. But it is the major requirement that you some how remember the formulas and some important properties. Try to maintain formula list for each chapters, so that at the end time, you just go through the formula list. This will really help you in the exams. * Buy some books with sample papers of AIEEE and some past year papers (you can get many of them in the internet also). * Solve free online tests under similar time constraints or downloade a few AIEEE papers and do them as timed tests. Do it sincerly. * Develop an habbit of judgeing the question .You should be able to judge the question whether you should go for it or not.This is very important thing.There will always few question mostly in mathematics section, which will be very tough.If you put your head in those question,you will waste your time. * Always try to estimate the time that the question will take to solve. If it is lenghty then, but you are confident that you can solve it, then use some special symbols for that question,leave those question and search for the easy questions(less time taking). And at last solve those special marked questions.
and timed separately. * Always try to solve the question by some arguments. a) Chemistry . everything. due to lack of confidence. as most of the things are related to that book only. * Generally in the examination..
Examination Hour Strategy: * Attempt that paper only which you feel easy. Each part should be practiced. * Avoid negative marking . Try to solve the three parts of the paper in given time interval
.. and focus instead on objective. Remember every second counts in the exam. But if you start other side. You can do these questions at the end * While solving any paper first of all divide all the AIEEE Model Papers.The above two points are very important because this is the time where you can test everything. so that whenever you sit for the main exam you should be prepared with every tools to attemp the question * Do not attempt lengthy questions at the start.. This is because your strengths and weaknesses in different subject areas vary. your strategy.. but the mathematics part is some what tough.. Ultimetly your main goal should be to solve the questions in less time counts. Try to argue your own answers.So.. because once you solve consecutively 5-10 questions. chemistry part is very easy. then you will acheive the rythm and confidence.50 Minutes c) Mathematics . then later you will get difficulties in easy problems also. you use for practice. always test some new ways of solving the questions. your tricks to solve the question. numerical questions to practice as many types of questions as you can. logics.70 Minutes If you follow this time frame in the actual exam. or putting some values for some parameter of the question.40 Minutes b) Physices . into the following three parts. * You should also go through the NCERT books.A 1 marks decrease in your score can make a difference of hundred rank. you will still be left with a comfortable cushion of 15 minutes. * Increase your accuracy and speed.
then use some special symbols for that question.70 Minutes The extra 20 min.This is very important thing. but you are confident that you can solve it. * Develop an habbit of judgeing the question . * Always avoid negative marking. which ultimetly is the waste of time. that you have left.leave those question and search for the easy questions(less time taking).you will waste your time and you will not get any thing. that are left solve those questions.If you put your head in those question. if the front paper contains 8 questions then you move to your OMR answer sheet 8 times.40 Minutes b) Physices . And at last solve those special marked questions. * If you are stuck in some question. then without any delay switch to some other problem. So. later if you get time then solve that question
.50 Minutes c) Mathematics . fill the bubbles correctly. and then tranfer your answer to the OMR sheet. So for example. * It is the common habit of the students to transfer the answers to the ovals as soon as it is solved. * Always try to estimate the time that the question will take to solve.You should be able to judge the question whether you should go for it or not.a) Chemistry . * Let me tell you that 1 mark difference can lead to huge rank difference. which will be very tough.There will always few question mostly in mathematics section. beacause of long solution or some other reason. If it is lenghty then. Your strategy should be like : solve the whole page (1 page).