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AP EAMCET 2017 Previous Year Question Papers with Solutions (Morning & Evening Shift)

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Previous Year Question Papers with Solutions (Morning & Evening Shift) AP EAMCET 2017

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After giving class 12th board exams, all students want to get admission in top colleges of their respective field from where they can start a new life of success and enjoyment. As everyone wants to do their best to make them successful and this needs constant hard work and guidance. There are so many exams at national and state level which gives you opportunity to target top colleges at national and state level and all such exams are conducted by national authorities or state authorities depending upon mode and nature of exams. For different courses there are different types of exams such as if a student wants to get into engineering college then he or she will compete different engineering exams at both national and state level and the same is for medical and courses exams. Through all these exams you will be getting different colleges of different streams depending upon your marks and eligibility criteria like academics and all. 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. Who Conducts AP EAMCET?

The Andra pradesh engineering,agriculture and medical common entrance test is conducted by jawaharlal nehru technical university of hyderabad earlier it was jointly conducted by the same university for the state of andra pradesh and present telangana but division there was single entrance exams for whole andra pradesh and now it divided in TS EAMCET for telangana and AP EAMCET for andra pradesh.

Q2. What are Benefits or Advantages of Referring to Previous Year AP EAMCET Papers?

Following are the major advantages of referring previous year papers of AP EAMCET:

i) Idea of cutoff

ii) idea of weightage and subject

iii) time management

iv) judging yourself

v) topic covered

Q3.What are the Qualifying Marks for AP EAMCET ?

Generally the qualifying percentage of marks for the AP Entrance Test is 25% approximately, i.e., 40 out of 160. However it varies depending upon the category, generally for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, no minimum qualifying mark has been prescribed and their admission totally depends or will be limited to the extent of seats reserved for such categories as per the norms of university reserved seats.The qualifying marks also varies year to year depending upon the difficulty of the paper and number of serious candidates appearing each year.