BITSAT Entrance Exam
BITS Admission Test, commonly referred to as BITSAT is an online engineering entrance exam conducted every year by the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, Rajasthan for enrolling into its Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad campuses under the Integrated First Degree Program.
BITS is one of the leading and most renowned engineering institutes in India and the BITSAT ENTRANCE EXAM tests a studentâ€™s subject knowledge extensively. Cracking this test is not childâ€™s play as it is one of the hardest online engineering entrance exams in the country. Here are some important pieces of info about BITSAT exam and the eligibility criteria that can help you get an inch closer to your dreams of making your way into one of the BITS campuses:
Eligibility Criteria for BITSAT
- The candidate must be 12th pass from a recognized board with subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
- He/she should be well-versed in the English language and should have obtained 75% average marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the 10+2 level with a minimum of 60 % marks in each of these subjects.
- Students who are preparing for their 12th board exam can also appear for the BITSAT. In case a student has passed class 12 the previous year and wishes to give the exam after a one year gap, he or she can go for it, provided they explain the reasons for the gap.
- First rank holders (Science stream: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) can directly get admission to BITS no matter how much they score in the BITSAT.
These are some of the facts about BITSAT exam that you need to keep in mind before delving into your preparation.
BITSAT Pattern of Questions
Students usually get confusedÂ about BITSATÂ and the type of questions that they might confront in their papers.
- The exam includes questions fromPhysics, Chemistry and MathÂ with comparative difficulty.
- Apart from this, the exam also tests theLogical ReasoningÂ and proficiency in English.
- Questions for the test paper arerandomly selectedÂ from topics given in the syllabus.
- The exam consists of only multiple-choice questions with every question carrying only one correct answer. There are three marks for one correct answer andnegative markingÂ of one mark for a wrong answer.
- The computer doesnâ€™t allow candidates to choose more thanone option as an answer.
- There are a total of150 questionsÂ and no marks are allotted for the questions not attempted by the student.
- The time given for completing the exam isthree hours.
Exam Conduction and Announcement of Results
- Aspiring students are required to apply for the exam by : Please refer our notifications area
- Test center allotment and announcement to candidates will take place in February
- Candidates will be able to reserve the test dates for the month of March.
- The hall tickets with instructions will be available for download