Tips for AMU Engineering Entrance Exam:
The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) conducts the AMU EEE, this is an Engineering Entrance Examination which is conducted for the admission of several potential Candidates and Students to the Undergraduate Engineering Courses and Programs.
The following is the list of Engineering Programs and Courses, for which this Entrance Examination is conducted:
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Petrochemical Engineering
So here is an article on the Tips for AMU Engineering Entrance Exam, which contains some pointers and directions for all Students and Candidates intending to appear for the Upcoming AMU EEE 2015.
(a)Check the Syllabus:
Well first things is first, it is very important that you cover the Syllabus and the Course Content, for the examinations, make sure you have checked and cross checked the same. You could click the links to check the Syllabus Physics Chemistry Mathematics
(b)Prepare a Study Program or Study Routine:
It is very important for every student to prepare a Study plan or Study Routine, before you start you exam preparations. Making and preparing a Study program would not only cover all the syllabus, but also complete the course before time, thereby leaving you with some time for revision.
(c)Abide and stick to your Study Program:
Drafting a study plan is not a difficult task, but sticking to it, at every cost is definitely one. There may be many other commitments and appointments, which would also require your time and attention, but how to deal with them, without disturbing your study plan would completely depend upon you.
(d)Strengthen your Basics and Fundamentals:
This is indeed a very important factor for any engineering exams, all should remember that a “house cannot be strong, until its foundations are strong enough” and the same does apply for all situations. Thus knowing the nature of the AMU engineering entrance examination, it would be highly profitable to strengthen and clear your fundamentals before your full fledged preparations.
(e)Study less, but Study Everyday:
Remember and keep in mind, that “slow and steady always wins the race” its much better to study everyday rather than take more load and stress, by studying at one time. This would be a “Crash and Burn Situation”. Therefore its much better to study daily and regularly, even though its for a lesser hours.
(f)Strengthen your Weakness:
Always strive to clear all your weak points and analyze yourself, see what chapters and topics are your bone of Contention? Try to improvise them and don’t procrastinate at all, this could go against you in your exams
(g)Revise Revise and Re-Revise:
After completing your course content its very important that you constantly keep in touch with you studies even after completing your syllabus. Keep on solving the previous year’s question papers, mock test and other revision material.