Last Minute Tips for AIEEE : AIEEE is primarily a speed test. AIEEE hardly test your mental ability or conceptual understanding. Its a test of how quickly you can answer simple, straight forward questions. Remember that people, who top these tests, finish the entire test. But knowing this, if you now try to hurry up and try to attempt all questions (without making sure if the choice you entered was correct or not), then you might loose marks in negative marking. So try to be fast; give lots of model tests at home; see your score for yourself at the end of the test; observe your improvement.
- Lots of questions in these papers are formula based. Make sure you remember all PCM formulae and have thorough knowledge of how and when to apply which.
- Be quick and don’t go step by Step. Use tricks and tools to reach answer quickly.
- Relax and be confident, whatever preparation you have done this far will definitely take your through if you use them correctly.
- Brush up Topics which you are very confident about. For the ones which needs more preparation, you need to take tests based on those topics for quick revision.
Most Important is to attempt/try solving as many previous year papers as you can get a hold of. QUESTIONS IN THESE PAPERS ARE OFTEN REPEATED (if not the exact same question, then similar questions can definitely come). Why loose marks in questions which have already appeared in earlier tests?
This is the most crucial part of any Exam. To start always take up section which is your Strength (PCM) and do not spend lot of time on difficult questions. If you think you will get the answer quickly then proceed otherwise leave it for later. The Plan is to get Maximum Answers CORRECT.
1: AIEEE – Math
2. AIEEE – Physics
The 35 questions in this section should ideally be allotted 50 minutes.
3. AIEEE – Chemistry
This section must be done in 45 minutes.
If you follow this time frame in the actual exam, you will still be left with a comfortable cushion of 15 minutes.