BITS Admission Test that’s BITSAT has started on 14th May 2015 and now its time to grab the career making your dreams come true. BITSAT 2015 is computer based test that would reveal the eligibility of students who would be able to seek admission in BITS Pilani. Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) conduct the entire examination and it’s expected that this year, there would be a tough competition due to increase in number of applicants. Admission procedure will be completely based on BITSAT 2015 marks that would divulge the capability of the candidates according to their performance.
Courses to Study here: B.Pharm, M.Sc. (Tech), M.Sc. (Honors), B.E. (Engineering)
Exam Schedule: 14th May 2015 to 29th May 2015
There are many dates for conduct of entrance exam as candidates face serious problems with the dates due to clash with some other exams. Candidates who have received permit from examination authority need to sit for the exam on 28th May 2015, that’s the revised schedule at some particular centers.
No new requests would be entertained from candidates, as the last date was 10th May 2015. So, make sure that you are able to participate in the exam ensuring that you would grab the real time success. Final information about the center allocation has been published on www.bitsadmission.com from where you can easily check the status.
Points to Note :
Now, here are some important features that you should remember while participating for BITS admission test. See the points below:
1. The institute possesses the right to cancel any request without any prior notice.
2. Revised date is the final decision and candidate will not be allowed to make any further request.
3. Admit card for BITSAT 2015 was already published on 15th April 2015 and candidates should not forget to carry the one that they need to produce while appearing for entrance exam.
Candidates who will appear for admission test can once have a look onto BITSAT paper pattern that may help you to manage some good score. Follow the subject wise pattern given below:
Part 1: Physics (40 questions)
Part 2: Chemistry (40 questions)
Part 3- A: English Skills (15 questions) B: Logical Reasoning (10 questions)
Part 4: Mathematics/ Biology for B.Pharm (45 questions)
Total marks for all the questions is calculated as 150 and finally after answering all 150 questions without any gap you can get the option to attempt 12 additional questions. However, candidate should make sure that he/she does not skip any one among the total 150 attempts within time.
Extra questions would be from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology combined. From each section, you will get 4 questions and once you attempt the additional part you will not be able to make any correction to the part answered previously. So, you should take complete care while making the extra part that would help to gain ultimate success.