AP EAMCET Results 2014 with name wise

The Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) 2014 preliminary key will be released on May 24 and objections can be sent till May 31. The ranks will be declared on June 9. EAMCET Results 2014 available at www.apeamcet.org. EAMCET 2014 Results available at www.manabadi.com, www.schools9.com. 

Mathematics paper will decide the fate of students expecting good ranks in the engineering stream of  conducted on Thursday across the State while the medical paper did not give tough time for the aspirants. The Mathematics paper had 22 lengthy questions and took the maximum time of students. Those who attempted the Math questions first did not get sufficient time for Physics and Chemistry papers while those atte-mpted Physics and Chemistry questions first could do well in Mathematics also. 

Manabadi AP EAMCET Results 2014: 

Chemistry paper was slightly tough while Physics was easy this time.  One question each in Chemistry and Physics were different in English medium and Telugu medium papers.  that the highest score this year could be around 156 in the engineering stream. The medicine paper this year was easier than expected and ‘good’ students are likely to score 159 out of 160.  Physics paper there were two correct answers for a question while in Zoology there was no correct answer given in the options for one question. Competition for the top 10 is going to be tough and they all could figure within 157 marks only.

The exam pattern and said engineering stream students faced tough time than medical aspirants.  Zoology and Botany questions where students can answer immediately, Mathematics students have to solve the question before giving the answer. Giving three hours to both the papers is “unfair” as the Math students consume more time. The maths question should be less compared to other papers, he said. It was also pointed out that varsities in Tamil Nadu have realised this and the Math questions are less in number when compared to other subjects.

EAMCET was conducted without any hiccups and there were no reports of any attempt of malpractice except a minor incident in Khammam where a student was caught while exchanging the question paper with others . The attendance in the engineering stream was 94.37 per cent while it was 94.27 per cent in the medical stream. Only a few students were sent back when they arrived late for the exam.  

Due to the consistent efforts of the officials, suspicious candidates stayed away from the exam. Several candidates who had passed Intermediate years ago and those who are studying MBBS also applied for the test. But majority of them stayed away as the police kept a watch on them to nullify any effort to leak the paper in view of the previous experiences.

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