Preparation in a planned manner is very important to crack the competitive exams. You should start your preparation as early as possible to get maximum marks in the entrance exam. KEAM is conducted in the last week of April. The preparation is not a one-day process. It needs to be done on a consistent basis with full dedication and devotion to achieve something different from others.

First, you need to know all the important topics of the syllabus, the questions that are most likely to come, best books that are recommended and other things. 

Make a proper plan and schedule, then start your learning process. Try to maintain this schedule till the last day of preparation. Make notes of each and every formula that you come across to save your time during revision. Solve as many practice questions and sample papers as possible.

Exam Pattern for KEAM

The relative weightage of subjects will be 5:3:2 in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry respectively. Two papers are conducted. Paper I is for Physics & Chemistry and paper II is for Maths. You have to appear in both papers for being considered in the Engineering rank list.

The question paper is based on MCQ type questions where 5 options are five for each question. You have to mark a single response. Both the papers contain 120 questions which are to be answered in 150 minutes. 4 marks are given for each correct answer. For each wrong response, 1 mark is deducted from the total score.