NEW DELHI, MAY 16: BITS Pilani has commenced the examination of BITSAT 2018 in online mode. BITSAT exam is currently being conducted from today i.e., May 16 to 31, 2018 at over 50 centres including Dubai. All candidates who have registered for the examination will have to arrive at their centres during the allotted time. The admit card, which was published on April 12, 2018 also has to be presented at the exam centres by the candidates. Failure to produce the admit card will lead to the cancellation of the candidate’s participation in the examination. BITSAT is conducted annually for B.Tech admissions into the participating campuses of BITS Pilani.
It is important for the candidates to bring their valid ID proof to the exam centre along with the admit card. Verification will be done by comparing the details in the photo id proof and admit card. Details regarding the booked slot and venue is present in the admit card of BITSAT.
Things to Remember for BITSAT 2018 Examination
The following things has to be remembered by the candidates for BITSAT examination:
- Candidates are advised to reach the examination well before the scheduled time since there will be security checks.
- Since the exam will be conducted in online mode, the candidates are not allowed to take anything inside the examination venue except for their admit card, photo id proof and a pen for rough work.
- Blank sheets for rough work will be provided inside the exam venue.
- Calculators and logarithmic tables will not be allowed.
- Candidates’ fingerprint and photograph will be taken during the examination which will later be matched at the time of admission at particular BITS campus.
What is the Structure of BITSAT Exam?
BITSAT is an online examination which has to be completed within 3 hours. Total 150 questions will be available from four sections – Physics (40 Questions), Chemistry (40 Questions), English Proficiency (15 Questions), Logical Reasoning (10 Questions) and Mathematics (45 Questions). All of the questions will be objective in nature (multiple choice questions). For every correct answer, 3 marks will be awarded while 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect response.
If the candidates are able to answer all 150 questions within the allotted 3 hours, then he/she will be eligible to attempt an additional 12 questions. However, no changes can be made to be previously attempted 150 questions.