EAMCET Medical Exam Pattern

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EAMCET Medical Exam Pattern 2014 Details for Paper Pattern and Marking Scheme

The EAMCET (Engineering, Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test) is the common entrance exam conducted for admissions into different professional courses as made available for study in the colleges/ universities participating in the concerned entrance exam of the Andhra Pradesh state. The candidates who are preparing for taking admissions in the medical courses of the university can go through the details of the paper pattern and marking scheme from the information as given below.

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 Name of Exam: Engineering, Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test

Conducting Authority: Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad

Courses of Admission: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery), B.Pharma (Bachelor of Pharmacy), D.Pharma (Diploma in Pharmacy)

Paper Pattern:

The EAMCET 2014 Medical Courses is a three hour paper having objective type multiple choice questions on the following main topics:

Biology: 80 Questions

[Botany: 40 Questions; Zoology: 40 Questions]

Physics: 40 Questions and

Chemistry: 40 Questions respectively

Total Number of Questions: 160

Total Marks Allotted: 160

Marking Criteria:

The candidates will be given one mark for each correct answer marked by them while there will be a deduction of zero marks for incorrect answers marked by them.

Modes of Exam:

The candidates will be required to answer the test through the OMR (Optical Mark Reader) Sheets as provided to them for this purpose. The candidates can not appear in any other modes under the concerned entrance exam. The candidates can use only Blue/ Black Ball Point Pens for answering the questions.

Date of Exam: 22nd May 2014

Timing of Exam: 02:30 pm to 05:30 pm

Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

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 Eligibility for Exam:

The candidates should be Intermediate/ Class 12th passed from the concerned State Boards or any other Boards of India for being eligible to appear in the concerned exam. The candidates must have studied the following subjects: Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Botany etc at the qualifying exam level as the compulsory subjects.

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