Physics and Chemistry are majorly theoretical.
- A thorough reading of a good faculty's material/ppt should be enough to score in the exams.
- Your score in quizzes/DAs makes a huge impact.
- Since these subjects are mostly theoretical, the class average does tend to go high. So to get a good grade you will need to get a very good score in all the tests.
- Refer to previous papers before exams as questions do get repeated a lot. (You can check them out on the VITspot app or ask seniors)
Coming to EEE, it is majorly problem-solving.
- Solving a lot of problems will give you a good grasp over it.
- The variety of questions is very less so it would be a rare instance to find a question that you've not solved before.
- Check for good resources on vtop among the faculties available and you're good to go.
- The Lab component is 33.33% for EEE so do not mess up your LABs.
Good Luck and feel free to ask any other queries :D