Before start the preparation, know well about the KEAM exam syllabus and study accordingly.
Try to complete your preparation on time, don’t waste your time on subjects and topics that are not the part of the syllabus.
Understand the KEAM Exam pattern, as the time will be limited, it is important to have clear concepts on the subjects and the pattern of the KEAM Exam.
It is advisable and beneficial for you to refer with previous year question paper.
First of all clear all your concepts with the help of teachers, friends, or any coaching institute. Refer NCERT books to clear your basics. Finish all your NCERT 11th and 12th books as soon as possible. Syllabus of class 11th and 12th contributes to about 45-55% of the KEAM question paper.
KEAM Exam required that you should evaluate your analytical skill and conceptual understanding. Work on timing as speed and accuracy will let you finish the KEAM Exam on time, leaving enough time for revision.
Try to attempt only those questions about which you are 100% sure as there is Negative Marking in KEAM Exam.
Stay yourself cool and calm on the day of KEAM exam.
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