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HYDERABAD: Students who took EAMCET this year have pointed out that 11 questions that appeared in physics paper of engineering stream were repeated in the medical stream physics paper too.
They say this repetition could have been avoided since it might have worked to the advantage of CBSE and ICSE students who generally attempt both engineering and medical tests. Since even one or two marks make huge difference to ranks such repetition could have been avoided.
However, EAMCET-2009 Chairman D.N. Reddy said that since the question paper is not given out there was less chance of repetition benefiting CBSE and ICSE students. Moreover, the time gap between the two examinations was just one hour and there was very less chance of discussion on questions.
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