Deemed University Birla Institute of Technology and Science i.e. BITS Pilani organizes BITSAT exams every year to take admission in BE and B. Pharma courses. These examinations are organized for admission in three campuses, Pilani campus, Goa campus and Hyderabad campus. BITSAT 2018 exam related information is here, have a look.
BITSAT 2018 this time will be online from May 16-31. Application for examination is available online and the last date for submission of filled application is on March 13.
Following are some important information related to this examination.
The seats for the candidates will be allotted only on the basis of the marks obtained in the admission test of BITS 2018. Toppers of the Central and State Boards will get admission in the program of their choice, although they can apply and join the entrance exam.
Candidates can fill the BITSAT application in online mode based on the following steps.
In order to register, the candidate has to fill his name, gender, date of birth. Apart from this, the email ID will also be required for registration.
BITSAT Application Form Filling:
Fill your personal information, address and examination details. Select exam centers, you can fill up a maximum of three centers. After filling out their details, note that an application number will be generated. Attach your photograph and signature according to the written formatting.
The application fee is Rs. 2950 (Rs. 2450 for women) which can be payed by both online and offline modes. Print the online form receipt after completing the transaction.
This test will have to answer 150 multi-purpose questions for which 3 hours will be given. Question paper will be divided into four parts.
Part I – Physics (40 questions) • Part II – Chemistry (40 questions) • Part III – English Skill (15) + Logic power (10) • Part IV – Maths (Biology for B Pharma) (45)
Three points will be given to the correct answer to the questions, while one mark will be deducted for wrong answers. During the examination, the examiner can leave any question and come back to answer the same question left as there is no specific time limit for any section.
If the candidate has answered all 150 questions within the prescribed time limit and still saving time, then he will have the option of solving additional 12 questions.