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    Download KEAM Chemistry Exam Previous Years Question Papers

    KEAM is the Kerala Entrance Examination for admitting candidates to domains like Engineering, Medical, Agriculture, Veterinary and Architecture. This exam is conducted in Kerala and successful candidates can take admission in any of the colleges of Kerala that provide the above courses.

    Exam pattern:

    This exam is held in two papers namely Paper I and Paper II. Paper I is a combination of Physics and Chemistry. The section on Chemistry is very important and needs thorough understanding of concepts.

    Syllabus of Chemistry paper in KEAM Exam:

    The concepts encompassed in this paper of Chemistry are all the concepts of Chemistry of 10+2 level. Following the Chemistry syllabus at the +2 level in school can easily see you through in this examination. Some of the concepts covered are as follows:-

    Basic Concepts and Atomic Structure
    Bonding and Molecular Structure
    States of Matter
    Periodic Properties of Elements and Hydrogen
    S-Block and Principles of Metallurgy
    P-Block Elements
    D-Block and F-Block Elements
    Nuclear Chemistry
    Chemical Equilibrium
    Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry
    Chemical Kinetics
    Surface Chemistry
    Coordination Compounds and Organometallics
    Basic Principles, Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds
    Organic Reaction Mechanism
    Organic Compounds with Functional Groups containing Oxygen
    Organic Compounds with Functional Groups containing Nitrogen
    Polymers and Biomolecules
    Environmental Chemistry and Chemistry in Everyday Life

    Duration of Chemistry paper in KEAM Exam:

    The paper on Physics and Chemistry is allotted duration of 150 minutes viz. 2 and hours. Candidates should divide time accordingly to devote it to the Chemistry section. Questions are of objective type and every candidate needs to answer by selecting the correct alternative from a given set of alternatives for each question.

    Scoring pattern:

    Full marks are awarded to the candidate for each correct answer. Half marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer. There are no marks allotted for un-attempted questions, if any.

    Previous year question papers of Chemistry:

    KEAM aspiring candidates can download previous year question papers of Chemistry from the attachment.
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