Candidates appearing for the ATIT (ITSAT) exam should familiarize themselves with the ATIT Exam pattern. Knowing the exam pattern will help the candidates in putting forward a preparation plan to crack the exam successfully. The exam will be conducted in both offline and online mode. Candidates can choose to appear for any mode as per their convenience. The duration of the exam is two hours. Selection for admission in various disciplines of engineering will be based on the marks scored by the candidates in the exam. Therefore, candidates should prepare for well for the exam as per the ATIT Exam pattern specified for it by the authority.
ATIT Exam Pattern
Students can take reference from the information provided below for the exam pattern-
- Exam Mode: The exam will be conducted in both the modes i.e. online and offline.
- Language: Questions will be asked in English language only.
- Type of Questions: There will be multiple-choice questions asked in the exam.
- Total Number of Questions: A total of 120 questions will be asked in the test.
- Exam Duration: The duration of the exam is two hours i.e. 120 minutes.
- Subjects: Questions will be asked from the following subjects- Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English.
- Marking Scheme: 1 mark will be awarded to the candidates for marking right answer.
- Negative Marking: No negative marking will be applicable in case the candidate chooses an incorrect answer.
Online Mode (Computer-based test)
Candidates opting for online mode for appearing in the exam should know that the CBT exam will be organized in multiple slots. Candidates can book the choice of the slot as per their convenience. Each slot will have a different set of questions so as to avoid the scope of cheating/unfair means. In order to take the exam in online mode, candidates should know how to operate the mouse.
Offline mode (Pen and paper-based test)
Candidates who want to take the exam in traditional pen and paper-based mode should know that for offline mode, they’ll receive a test booklet and the OMR answer sheet. Nothing should be written on the test booklet expect the details you’re supposed to write. For the rough work, there will be a space provided in the back of the test booklet. Candidates should carefully darken the circle for marking the answers in the OMR sheet.
Preparing as per the ATIT Exam pattern and the syllabus prescribed for it by the authority is a sure way to fetch good marks in the exam. Here are some of the key topics to be prepared by the candidates to crack the exam-
Mathematics: Mathematical Induction and its Applications, Sets, Relations and Functions, Complex Numbers, Matrices and Determinants, Quadratic Equations, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem and its Applications, Sequences and Series, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Differential Equations, Two Dimensional Geometry, etc.
Physics: Description of Motion in Two and Three Dimensions, Solids and Fluids, Oscillations and Waves, Laws of Motion, Units and Measurement, Description of Motion in One Dimension, Work, Energy and Power, Rotational Motion and Moment of Inertia, Gravitation, Heat and Thermodynamics, Transference of Heat, Electrostatics, etc.
Chemistry: Atomic Structure, Chemical Energetics and Thermodynamics, Some Basic Concepts, States of Matter, Second law of thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium, Rates of Chemical Reactions and Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry, Chemical Families – Periodic Properties, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Chemistry of Non-Metals – I, Chemistry of Non-Metals – II, Chemistry of Lighter Metals, etc.