BITSAT Exam Pattern includes details of exam like the total number of questions, marking scheme, the format of the exam, time duration, total number of sections in the paper, Weightage of each section etc. Exam pattern of BITSAT is set by the BITS Pilani.
Candidates applying for the BITSAT must read the exam pattern to understand the BITSAT Exam. To know more about BITSAT exam pattern, read this article completely.
Important Dates Regarding BITSAT 2017
|1||Starting of Application Form||29th December 2016|
|2||Last Date of Application Form Submission||10th March 2017|
|3||Correction in Application Form||7th to 10th March 2017|
|4||Test Centre Allotment and Announcement of Candidates||15th March 2017|
|5||Slot Booking||20th March to 5th April 2017|
|6||Availability of Hall Ticket||15th April to 10th May 2017|
|7||BITSAT Online Test||16th to 30th May 2017|
|8||BITSAT Score||19th May 2017|
|9||Apply For Admission on the basis of 12th Marks||20th May to 30th June 2017|
|10||Admission List And Wait List Announcement||1st July 2017|
BITSAT Exam Pattern
BITSAT has 4 sections: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English. The time duration for the exam is 3 hours. Total 150 questions are in the exam and all are objective type. The pattern of exam is given below in detail:
|Section||Subjects||No. of Questions|
|Part-IV||(a) English Proficiency
(b) Logical Reasoning
For each correct answer, candidates will be awarded 3 marks and for every incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted. For the un-attempted question, there will be no marks given or deducted.
If a candidate attempts all 150 questions within the time limit without skipping any question then he/she can attempt the 12 additional questions (Four each from all subjects)
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Specifications of BITSAT Exam Pattern
- BITSAT exam will be conducted online.
- BITSAT 2017 exam has all objective questions in which each question will have 4 answer options and candidate have to choose the one option.
- The time duration of the exam will be 3 Hours.
- The exam paper will have 150 number of questions including all sections.
- The question paper will have 4 sections: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English & Logical Reasoning.
- For each correct answer, candidates will be awarded 3 marks and for every incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted. For the unattempted question, there will be no marks given or deducted.
- If a candidate attempts all 150 questions within the time limit without skipping any question then he/she can attempt the 12 additional questions (Four each from all subjects)