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BITSAT | BITS Aptitude Test 2019
  • Birla Institute of Technology and Science

OVERVIEW:

Birla Institute of Technology and Science often called as BITS conducts BITSAT that is, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Aptitude Test for offering admissions to eligible and interested applicants to a number of courses which vary from its integrated programs like BE to Pharma and First degree programs to MSc coursework. It is a computer based test and therefore a CBT format is followed in it. In order to secure a good place at BITS, students must clear it with merit marks. BITS campuses are located at a number of places because of its diverse knowledge base. These are Goa, Hyderabad and Pilani in India.

ELIGIBILITY

The eligibility criteria for getting into BITS through BITSAT varies on the basis of coursework to be chosen and are explained below precisely:

(a).For getting admission in to any of the First Degree programs of BITS excluding B.Pharm(Hons.):-The applicants should be 12th passed from a well-established and recognized board either Central or State with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as the subjects. It is a plus point for the toppers to get direct admissions. It is an offering from BITS that all the first rank students belonging to any of the recognized board – either state or centralirrespective of their BITSAT-2018 score will be offered direct admission to the program they wish to pursue as per the criteria of fulfillment of seats.
(b).Admission to all the otherprograms is offered as per below conditions:-1. If the aspirant has taken Mathematics in BITSAT, then he/she should have secured an aggregate of at least 75% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects. On the other hand, if the aspirant has taken Biology in BITSAT, then he/she should have secured at least 75% marks in Chemistry, Physics and Biology. A minimum of 60% marks in each of the subject (Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics/ Biology)at 10+2 level is must. Only the students who have appeared for 12th class examination in 2018 or who have passed 12th class Examination in 2017 are eligible to appear in the BITSAT-2018 test.
2. Provided a student has attempted full component of the courses or subjects which are prescribed while taking BITSAT exam for more than one time in their 12th class or any equivalent standard, his/her latest performance in the exam will be considered for further admission.
3. Those students who belong to 2014 batch or earlier of 12th pass outs and the current batch students of various courses at any of the BITS locations are not eligible to apply for BITSAT-2018.
4. Admissions are offered on the basis of merit only and that is calculated from the score secured by the candidate in the BITSAT-2018 entrance examination. In addition, the eligibility for admission is subject to the minimum score set required by the candidate at 12th level.

PATTERN:

The exam pattern and important guidelines for BITSAT-2018 is as follows:

a) BITSAT 2018 will be conducted in CBT format, that is, in the online mode from prospective dates inclusive of May 16th to May 31st.
b) The paper of BITSAT 2018 consists of 4 sections which comprises of a total of 150 questions.
c) The distribution of the questions in the BITSAT 2018 paper will be like – 40 questions from Physics and Chemistry section, 15 questions from English section, 10 questions from Logical Reasoning part and 45 questions from Mathematics section. Out of all, Mathematics will comprise of the maximum number of questions.
d) All will be multiple choice questions thatare of objective nature where candidates are supposed to pick one true answer out of 4 available options.
e) Since, there is no time limit for attempting the sections, so aspirants are allowed to follow their own time strategies for choosing questions irrespective of sections at any time. They can easily do other questions as per their own abilities.
f) For every correct answer, 3 marks will be given and for every wrong answer -1 will be given which will directly indicate that the exam comprises of negative marks too. Even though candidates attempt to guess the answers at time, still they should be careful while doing so. As carelessness can lead to failure or less score in the exam. The questions which are not attempted will either have no marks or zero marks for them.
g) As per the speed of the question attempting, if a candidate is able to revert to all the 150 questions within the allotted duration of 3 hours, precisely without skipping any question, an additional patch of 12 questions will be given to him/her which has an equal distribution of 4 questions from each section – Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. One thing should be kept in mind that he/she will not be able to make any modifications in the previously attempted 150 questions.
h) Since, the questions of the BITSAT paper are diverse in nature so it indicates that they are chosen from a large bank of questions. It means that not only the candidates will be given different sets of papers, but also they should be ready to crack the deal with their own problem solving skills and talent. The setters of the question papers are the members of an expert committee which makes sure that all the sets must have an equal level of content, questions and difficulty level.
i) The whole BITSAT paper is designed in such a way that it is an open opportunity for both average candidates and excellent candidates. The former one can solve all 150 within 3 hours and the later one can go for next 12 questions within time. It is an indirectly an open opportunity for the smart working students and pure talent to score much higher.

College offering:
1. CAMPUS 1 - Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani
2. CAMPUS 2 - Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani – Hyderabad
3. CAMPUS 3 - Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Goa

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