How to Crack AEEE 2020?
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is a private, deemed university in Coimbatore, with six campuses in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. The university offers undergraduate courses in engineering at its Amritapuri, Chennai, Coimbatore and Bangalore campus. Admission in all the campuses is on the basis of a common test called Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam, commonly known as AEEE. Students aspiring to get admission in Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham have to qualify AEEE 2020. The exam is conducted online on class 11 and 12 syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates are provided here the tips and suggestions on how to crack AEEE 2020 for getting admission in the institute. The suggestions are recorded responses of coaching experts and previous year exam toppers. Read more below about how to crack AEEE 2020 and secure good marks in the exam.
Latest: AEEE 2020 to be conducted from July 23 to 27, Application form available till June 30
Understand Syllabus and Exam Pattern
Students must begin with understanding the syllabus of AEEE 2020 to have idea about thee topics which will be asked in exam. To get success in cracking AEEE, students need to have a thorough understanding of its syllabus and exam pattern. AEEE syllabus mentions about the topics which are used for making the question papers. Students must also understand the exam pattern of AEEE 2020 to know what type of questions are asked in the exam, marking scheme and pattern of questions asked in previous years.
Right Books and Study Material
Candidates preparing for AEEE are advised to select books and study materials wisely as there are many books which are not very useful in preparation. Students must not select books just with fancy name or from foreign authors, instead, do a little bit of research over the internet, check for ratings and reviews. Books you take for AEEE should be having easy language to understand. Take help of teachers of parents in getting the right study material. Students need not have superfluous books and study with books which provide useful information.
Make Time Table for Study
Studying through a time table is an effective way to study and is also good for students to give continuity to their study. Although there are many students who follow a flexible schedule for studies, advice is to make a time table with proper in-between time for break and hobbies. Assign proper time to each and every topic for all the three subjects.
Students must study regularly, daily as per the time table or the schedule made by them. Regular study is something which is very important and a sure shot to success. Regularity in studies keep the studies in mind and makes it easy to remember at the time of exam. Students who do not study regularly become stressed and anxious at the time of exam and thus lose patience to score good in the exam.
Revise Every Topic
If any students do not revise the topics he/she has studied then there are chances that they might not be recalled at the time of exam. Revision is equally important as studying. Students are advised to revise the topics regularly after studying. It is advised to revise the topics studied the previous day on the next day before studying any new topic and also revise all topics on Sunday studied in a week.
Regularly Practise Mock Test
The preparation of the exam through mock tests helps students to analyse their preparation level, strong and weak points, time being taken to solve questions and the complete exam. Mock tests and sample papers are very helpful in the preparation of exams. AEEE mock test are designed in a way to make students understand the real exam. Solving mock tests will also help students get rid of fear of appearing in the exam.
Focus in study is very important in the preparation of any exam. There are chances that students might lose focus or get bored of study after a certain period of time. For this situation. students are advised to practise yoga and meditation, talk to the family members and friends to stay happy and motivated. Remember, no great achievement is possible without hard work, determination and dedication.
Questions related to AEEE
my daughter got In AEEE 5620 AND ALLOTTED ELECTRONS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING IN BENGULURU CAMPUS 2ND ROUND, FOR SLIDING PURPOSE ECE OR EAC WHICH IS BETTER SPECIALLY FOR GIRLS
According to me the Electronics and Computer Engineering is a good option for your daughter in the first place.But if she isn't interested then Electronics and Communication Engineering would be a good move while sliding.All depends on interest and you should decide wisely.
I hope this helps.
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!