BITS Pilani administers a national-level admission exam known as the Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test. Every year, BITSAT is organised to give admission to B.E., B.Pharma., M.Sc., and other courses offered at BITS campuses. This prestigious institute has branches in Hyderabad and Goa (as well as Dubai), and it selects a sizable number of students to pursue its different degrees through an admission test. Every year, over 3 lakh students enrol for this admission test, which is conducted online.
|Exam||BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test)|
|Conducted by||BITS Pilani|
|Level of exam||National Level (University based)|
|Frequency of exam||Once a year|
|Mode of exam||CBT (computer-based test)|
For the exam and the admission procedure, candidates must meet the BITSAT Eligibility Criteria. The following are the key information for BITSAT Eligibility Criteria:
|B.E./ M.Sc. (Hons)/ M.Sc. (Tech)||B.Pharma. (Hons.)|
|Qualifying Exam||Passed 10+2 exam||Passed 10+2 exam|
|Qualifying Subjects||Chemistry, Physics, and Maths||Chemistry, Physics, and Maths/ Biology|
|Qualifying Marks||Min. average of 75% marks in PCM & 60% in each subject||Min. average of 75% marks in PCB/M & 60% in each subject|
|Age Limit||Passed 10+2||Passed 10+2|
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, English, and Logical Reasoning will be included in the BITSAT syllabus. Because the questions in the BISAT will be produced in accordance with the curriculum, applicants should be familiar with it.
|Electronic Devices||Magnetic Effect of Current|
|Impulse and Momentum||Units & Measurement|
|Work and Energy||Kinematics|
|Modern Physics||Current Electricity|
|Mechanics of Solids and Fluids||Newton’s Laws of Motion|
|Rotational Motion||Heat and Thermodynamics|
|Theoretical Principles-Experimental Chemistry||Principles of Hydrocarbons & Organic Chemistry|
|States of Matter||Industrial, Biological and Environmental chemistry|
|Organic Compounds - Functional Groups (Containing Oxygen and Nitrogen)||Molecular Structure & Chemical Bonding|
|Stereochemistry||Hydrogen and s-block elements|
|Physical and Chemical Equilibria||Atomic Structure|
|block elements (d,f & p)||Electrochemistry|
|Mathematical modelling||Ordinary Differential Equations|
|3D Coordinate Geometry||Vectors|
|Integral calculus||2D Coordinate Geometry|
|Biotechnology and its Applications||Reproduction, Growth and Movement in Plants|
|Genetics and Evolution||Development/ Reproduction in Humans|
|Biology and Human Welfare||Structure and Function - Animal|
|Cell: The Unit of Life; Structure and Function||Ecology and Environment|
|Structure and Function – Plants||Diversity in Living World|
|Nonverbal Reasoning||Verbal Reasoning|
Candidates can verify the details listed below based on the test pattern from last year:
|Mode of Examination||The test will be given in an online computer-based manner.|
|No. of Questions||On the question paper, there will be a total of 150 questions.|
|Type of Questions||The test will be made up of multiple-choice questions (MCQs).|
|Total number of Sections in Question Paper||It'll be divided into 4 sections.|
|Marking Scheme||You will receive three marks for every correct response, while one mark will be deducted for every incorrect response.|
Total number of sections in question paper are as follows:
|Section 1||Physics||Total no. of Questions: 40|
|Section 2||Chemistry||Total no. of Questions: 40|
|Section 3||English proficiency||Total no. of Questions: 15|
|Logical reasoning||Total no. of Questions: 10|
|Section 4||Biological/ Mathematics||Total no. of Questions: 45|
Students must organise their studies for the BITSAT exam. Candidates for an exam like the BITSAT must be aware of their preparation strengths and shortcomings. During the preparation time, students must revisit their strong topics while focusing their efforts on boosting their weak areas in order to avoid missing any questions. Given that the BITSAT is an online exam, students must take mock examinations to become acquainted with computer-based tests. The questions in BITSAT sample exams are of the same difficulty level and pattern as the real exam. BITSAT mock tests and sample papers are certain to assist students in becoming acquainted with the pattern of questions as well as gaining the speed and precision necessary to perform well in the exam.
|Events||Dates 2024 (Tentative)|
|BITSAT 2024 Exam Application form||4th week of January 2024|
|Last Date to apply online for Session 1 or Session 2||2nd week of April 2024|
|Correction in application form||3rd week of April 2024|
|Test center allotment||1st week of May 2024|
|BITSAT 2024 Online Test Session- I||4th week of May 2024|
|Application window open to apply for Session II||May/June 2024|
|Editing in the application form||1st week of June 2024|
|Center allotment||3rd week of June 2024|
|Candidates to reserve test date and slot||4th week of June 2024|
|Admit card (Session II)||Jun-24|
|BITSAT 2024 Online Test session II||Jul-24|
|Apply for admission||Jul-24|
The BITSAT exam admit card contains all therequired information related to the applied applicants:
Ques: Can a student apply through offline mode?
Ans: The authority BITS never allow its applicants to fill the application form through offline mode
Ques: How many candidates can apply for the BITSAT exam every year?
Ans: More than three lacs candidates can apply for the BITSAT exam every year.
Ques: What is the counseling process?
Ans: Once the result is announced, the authority will open its registration portal for counseling. The BITSAT exam counseling process will be required them to enter their basic eligibility criteria to complete the counseling process. The counseling process online process applicants need to take a printout copy of their registration and other documents.
Ques: What are the subject requirements to apply for the exam?
Ans: Aspirants must have physics, chemistry, and mathematics/ Biology in their intermediae.
Ques: How to apply for the BITSAT exam?
Ans: The authority already released the application form on 23, February 2021 and the last date of the application form will be 30, June 2021.
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