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BITSAT Exam Pattern 2014 Eligibility, Examination Scheme and Qualifying Criteria

The Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS) conducts every year the online test for the admission of eligible applicants in the different engineering courses available at the under graduate as well as post graduate levels respectively. The BITS Admission Test is commonly called as the BITSAT. Ever year lots of candidates participate in the concerned entrance exam in the months of May/ June respectively. The BITSAT 2014 exam details are given here below for all the appearing candidates to go through and apply accordingly.

Name of Exam: Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences Admission Test (BITSAT)

Conducting Authority: Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences

Courses of Admission: Bachelor of Technology/ Bachelor of Engineering

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Eligibility for Exam:

Intermediate/ Class 12th from any UGC recognized engineering colleges /universities/ institutes for this purpose. The candidates should have obtained at least 60% marks in the following subjects studied at the qualifying degree examination- English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics respectively.

Examination Scheme & Paper Pattern:

There shall be objective type questions having multiple choice answers to be solved in the given time frame. There shall be four parts in the entrance exam on the following subjects:

Part I- Physics (40 Questions)

Part II- Chemistry (40 Questions)

Part III- A) English Proficiency (15 Questions)

B) Logical Reasoning (10 Questions)

Part IV- Mathematics/ Biology (45 Questions)

Total Number of Questions: 150

Total Marks Allotted: 150

Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

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Marking Criteria:

The candidates shall be given three marks in the exam for each right answers marked by them and there will be a deduction of one mark for each wrong answers marked by them respectively. The questions left unattempted by the candidates will not be evaluated by the selection authorities.

Modes of Examination:

The BITSAT 2014 is conducted in computer based online test formats. The questions in the BITSAT shall be put up in English languages only. The candidates can attempt an extra 12 questions (from Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics subjects), if extra time is left but they cannot alter any of their previous attempts in that case.

Dates of Exam: 14th May 2014 to 1st June 2014

Dates of Results Announcement: 1st July 2014

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