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You are quite right. If the paper is very simple then one should do exhaustive coverage of the syllabus without leaving any topic and one can afford to swim in shallow waters. However, when the paper is tough, it is the intensive coverage - though not necessarily of the whole syllabus - that matters and one needs to go into the deep waters.

AIEEE, as it appears from the past trends needs depth and not just the width. If one can do JEE portion thoroughly, he/she should not face much of a problem.

It is recommended that you have a serious look at the past papers at the earliest.

-----Original Message-----

From: S.K.Chakradeo

Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 2:24 PM

Subject: AIEEE Exam

Dear Sir,

I wish to know about the nature of the AIEEE exam. What I wish to know is "Is it a high scoring exam like MAH-EN-CET with topper getting 149/150 or is it a low scoring exam like IIT-JEE". The strategy for the exam shall have to be different accordingly. For example, if AIEEE is a low scoring exam then it would be preferable to know more about less than trying to cover topics not studied for Board exam.

I shall be greatful if you can throw some light on this.

Thanks in Advance.

S. K. Chakradeo.