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UPCMET 2015 Exam Syllabus

Updated on: Oct 27, 2015

UPCMET 2015 Physical and Biological Sciences Syllabus

Paper I consists of two sections, Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences. Section A includes Physics and Chemistry, and Section B includes Zoology and Botany. The Physics section includes basic concepts such as mechanics, measurement and kinematics and wave motion and sound. You will need to be aware of relevant laws and formulas. Other topics that are included in this section of the test are heat (thermal conduction, first law of thermodynamics, thermometry), light (chromatic aberration, refraction at spherical surfaces, wave nature of light), electricity, electromagnetism and general properties of matter (kinetic theory, kinetic models for liquids and solids). More advanced topics in this section are nuclear physics, radiation and atomic physics and electron physics. The Chemistry section covers basic chemistry concepts, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and physical chemistry.

Section B's first section is Zoology, which covers general topics such as evolution, organic evolution, animal physiology and classification. Topics in the Type and Specific Study section include arthropods, protozoa, porifera and annelida. Other topics you should be familiar with for the Botany section are the cell, ecology, cell differentiation, the study of life from angiospermic plant to seed formation and photosynthesis.

Be aware of fundamental topics, definitions and concepts for all subjects. Selected general subjects are listed here, see the UPCMET syllabus for further details.

UPCMET 2015 English Syllabus

Paper II, General English, is a qualifying paper. For this part of the test, you should be familiar with the basics of correct English such as spelling, grammar, prepositions, simple tenses and conjunctions. Types of questions in this section include sentence completion, fill in the blank, comprehension and word substitution. For further details on questions in this section, see the UPCMET syllabus.

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