BITSAT Syllabus for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

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BITSAT syllabus- Birla Institute of Technology and Science conducts its admission Test named BITSAT for aspirants having the desire of getting admission into integrated first-degree programmes including Bachelor of Engineering (B.E), B.Pharma and M.Sc. 12th pass candidates can apply for this test and get admission into their desiring course as per their merit.

However, for getting admission into aforesaid programmes it is highly essential to qualify the test with considerable marks. As thousands of students appear in this exam every year and therefore we must not ignore the outstanding level of competition associated with it. In such cases, what can lead to achieving success? This kind of questions might be hitting your mind.

BITSAT Syllabus for Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics 

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Mathematics Syllabus- Find Here

Well, if you go for experts’ suggestion then they always suggest students make a powerful strategy. Yes, your exam strategy really plays a big role in achieving a good result in the test. However, one can make a good strategy only if he/she is comfortable with syllabus and exam pattern of the test.

This post would help candidates those are going to appear in BITSAT as here they can get complete information about BITSAT syllabus 2021. Applicants are also permitted to download the syllabus from here. BITSAT exam syllabus follows the NCERT syllabus prescribed for class 11th and 12th. There are four parts of the syllabus:

  • Part I- Physics
  • Part II- Chemistry
  • Part III- English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning
  • Part IV-Mathematics or Biology ((For B.Pharm aspirants)

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BITSAT Exam Pattern

Coming to another aspect of making powerful strategy is having good information about the exam pattern. Please go through the prescribed exam pattern for BITSAT exam:

  • The test would be of total three hours duration and no breaks will be given during exam.
  • Questions asked in the test are objective type multiple choice questions only.
  • You’ll find four alternatives for each question, you need to pick the right alternative from there.
  • Each right entry will fetch 3 marks whereas, 1 mark would be deducted for every incorrect response.
  • There will be no marks for not attempted questions.
  • The total number of questions will be 150 (Physics- 40, Chemistry- 40, English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning- 25 and Mathematics/Biology (45).

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