BITSAT 2021 application process begins, here’s all you need to know about the entrance exam
Candidates who secure the first rank in central or state boards in India for the year 2021 will be provided direct admission to the program of their option, regardless of their BITSAT-2021 score, based on the official notice.
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BITSAT 2021: Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) has actually invited applications for the entrance exam to be held for admission to degree courses offered at Pilani, Goa, and Hyderabad campus. Interested prospects can apply at bitsadmission.com till May 29.
Those who clear the BITS Admission Test 2021 or BITSAT 2021 will be eligible for admission to BE, BPharm, and MSc courses. The candidate ought to have obtained a minimum of aggregate 75 per cent marks in physics, chemistry, biology/mathematics subjects. Those looking for BPharm needs to have biology as a topic while those getting BE must have mathematics.
BITSAT 2021: Exam pattern
BITSAT-2021 will be a three-hour, without break exam. The test consists of four parts including physics, chemistry, mathematics/biology. The tail end will have tow segments– English proficiency and sensible thinking. There will be overall 150 questions. For every proper answer, trainees will get three marks and for every single wrong response, one mark will be deducted. The prospect can return and alter any of his/her answers among the 150 concerns.
The candidate can go back and alter any of his/her answers amongst the 150 questions.
The application charge for male candidates will be Rs 3,400 and for female candidates, it will be Rs 2,900. If you pick Dubai as a centre, the fee for both male and female prospects will be the exact same and will be Rs.7,000.
If a prospect answers all the 150 concerns (without skipping any question), the candidate will have a choice of trying 12 additional questions, if there is still time left. Even more, once the prospect has opted for extra concerns, he/she can not go back for correction of any of the earlier answered 150 concerns. The additional questions (a maximum of 12) will offer an opportunity to extremely meritorious prospects to score higher,” as per the main notification.
BITSAT 2021: Fee
If a prospect responds to all the 150 questions (without avoiding any question), the candidate will have a choice of trying 12 additional questions, if there is still time left. Further, once the candidate has actually opted for extra concerns, he/she can not go back for correction of any of the earlier answered 150 concerns.
The entryway test will be held from June 24 to 30 and the admission list will be provided on July 31.