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BITSAT

The BITSAT examination was launched from 2005 onwards by the authorities of the Birla Institutes of Technology, Pilani (BITS, Pilani).

BITSAT is an Online entrance exam after XII Boards for admission into the undergraduate courses for Engineering and Science streams of the BITS, Pilani at Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. There are altogether 1800 seats and no reservations.

The BITSAT exam contains 150 questions from five subjects viz. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Logical Reasoning. The break-up is as under :

Mathematics – 45

Physics – 40

Chemistry – 40

English – 15

Logical reasoning – 10

Each correctly attempted question gives 3 marks to the candidate and an incorrectly attempted question results in the deduction of 1 mark. No marks are added or deducted for not attempting the question. Thus, the BITSAT is out of 450 marks.

The qualifying criterion for BITSAT is that the candidate must secure atleast 75% marks in PCM group and not less than 60% in either of the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

A score of 300 and above out of 450 is usually sufficient to secure admission into one of the 3 BITS campuses by the 4th round (iteration) of admission.

The BITSAT is conducted in the month of May after XII Boards over a period of 10-12 days. A candidate can choose a particular day for appearing for the BITSAT exam. The question paper on a given day is the same – however it is not necessarily the case for candidates appearing for the exam on different days. The BITSAT is conducted in authorized centers which are located in select cities in India.

For more information, visit :

www.bitsadmission.com









         
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