AEEE 2019 Preparation Tips By Expert- Anand Shenoy, Chairman, Admissions, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
AEEE 2019 Preparation Tips By Expert- AEEE 2019 will be conducted from April 22 to 26 in CBT (Computer Based Test) mode for the students who are seeking admission to various engineering branches available at three Engineering Campuses under Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. While offline AEEE 2019 will be held on April 27 scheduled only in Tamil Nadu as a pen and paper test (PPT). Every year, thousands of aspirants take up AEEE 2019. To crack the AEEE, what you need is a strong understanding of the concepts and the idea of how to answer an entrance test with negative markings. Cracking any entrance test is an art and let’s look at some preparation tips of AEEE 2019 by the expert, Anand Shenoy, Chairman, Admissions, AEEE.
AEEE 2019 will be held in both CBT and PPT mode. There will be 100 multiple choice questions (MCQs) which candidates need to answer within 2 hours and 30 minutes. The application form for AEEE 2019 will be available from October 19. Candidates must know that all the admissions will be done based on the ranks secured by them in the AEEE 2019 examination or on the basis of their JEE Main rank. So, to crack it, mentioned are the AEEE 2019 preparation tips by experts which can help you to qualify the entrance exam.
AEEE 2019 Preparation Tips By Experts
Mentioned below are the preparation tips of AEEE 2019 by Anand Shenoy for the aspirants to help them to crack the examination:
Understand the Concepts Thoroughly: The most important aspect for clearing the AEEE 2019 is preparation. You need to understand the concepts thoroughly. Following the NCERT syllabus and a careful study of the NCERT textbooks will give you an edge while preparing for AEEE 2019.
Know the Section-wise weightage- The entrance test gives more weightage to Mathematics. Prepare well the mathematics you had learned in 10th, 11th and 12th standard. This will help you solve problems faster.
Accuracy – It is another aspect of scoring a good score in AEEE 2019. When you are answering 100 questions in 150 minutes, the number of wrong answers will influence the final score. So try to minimize negative markings by improving accuracy. Not only this, candidates should judge their potential and write the exam accordingly. Attempting too many questions might result in extensive negative marking which must be avoidable.
Practice Sample Papers & Mock Tests- Solve samples and previous year question papers with a timer in hand. This will help you manage time and also give you an idea of how many questions you can solve in the given time. Continue to work on answering more questions correctly in the given time. Also, apart from practicing sample papers, you should also attempt mock test of AEEE 2019. The online mock test is conducted by Amrita to make candidates familiarise with the pattern, question type, user interface and the digital calculator provided. Candidates opting for computer-based test, being familiar with the interface will help them to save time in the real test.
Improve the Efficiency- Candidates should try to adapt themselves to the examination conditions and read for almost 3 hours without any breaks. This improves the efficiency of the candidate and helps them to be active for a longer time. Candidates should also practice the technique to eliminate wrong answers to reach the right one. Sometimes it can be handy when the candidate is not sure about some question.
Exam Day Strategy- While answering AEEE, make sure you attempt only questions for which you know the answer. This will help you in scoring more by reducing negative scores. Answering an entrance test is never a game of Luck. AEEE 2019 has questions of varying difficulty. Try to answer all the questions with difficulty level varying from easy to medium. Hard questions should be reviewed before submitting the final answers.
Be confident & Calm- Most importantly, as a candidate, appear for the entrance with confidence and calmness. An uneasy mind will buckle under pressure. This will affect your performance in the test.
Questions related to AEEE
Sir, I am alloted Electrical and Computer Engineering in Amrita ,Coimbatore. is it worth joining?
I dont know your rank, but it's highly advised to use a college predictor to know about your best chances.
Use the career360 predictor :
i got 1366 in aeee can i get cse in amritapuri campus in 3rd round and i did not got any branch in 1st and 2nd round???
Congratulations for getting such pretty rank in AEEE 2020. As per the last year cut offs and the rank you got you have very high chances of getting admission in Amrita university in the amritapuri campus.
As the cut offs may vary year to year so you must make plan B also for the condition in which you may not get admission there. Also you should go with the below link in which last year cut offs are given which will be beneficial for you in planning accordingly.
Best of luck.
We got 14000 rank in AEEE did I got a seat in bangalore campus or other branch
With your score in AEEE it is hard to predict if you can get into Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru (AEEE).
But to give you an idea of their cutoff rank following are cutoff ranks for different branches for year 2017
Computer science - 10354
Electronics and communication - 15582
Electrical and electronic - 19271
Electronic and instrumentation - 19650
Mechanical - 17313
For year 2018 to give a general idea for general quota it is in range 9501 - 10000
and for state quota it is 20000 - 22500
So there are chances for you to get into AEEE banglore campus
I have 3075 in AEEE, 2020 and not got any seat in 1st & 2nd round. Can I have a chance to get seat in CSE at Coimbator / Amritapuri ?
Before I tell you about your chances I just want to inform you that we can only make predictions based on the previous year statistics, we are in no way involved in the actual seat allotment and only use previous years data.
That being said, with your rank and assuming you to be from general category from open state (non home state)
In Amritapuri campus: You have high chances of getting admission in Computer Science and Engineering ,Electronics and Communication Engineering , EEE and Mechanical (be it in the next round or the further rounds).
In Coimbatore Campus:You can get admission in Mechanical,EEE,Chemical,Civil and aerospace but not CSE or ECE.
For more details you can visit https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/aeee-cutoff . All the best!
Application No-74904, DOB-21-09-2003, SIR i got cse coimbatore , my rank is 219 , in 1 st allotment, but due to server problem, i didnot pay 100000 with in time limit ,what should i do now , did i get admission in amrita please help mee sir 🙏🙏🙏
Your rank is good enough to get you a seat. If you got the fee payment receipt that means your money has reached Amrita University. However if the money has been debited from your bank account and you have not received any fee payment receipt then maybe your money was not reached to the desired location. In that case the money is likely to get wired back to you or you may visit the nearest branch of your bank (had happened with me too and they wired the money back to my father's account). To enquire if the money reached Amrita or not you can reach them at + 91 8072251672 | +91 7034024264 | +91 9943984432 | +91 9344914201 from 9 am to 5 pm or reach their virtual help desk at https://desk.zoho.in/portal/amritahelpdesk/en/signin
All the best!