BITSAT is the common entrance test for engineering admission in various BITS all over India. BITS Pilani has released the application form on December 19 and the last date for filling it March 13, 2018. BITSAT will be conducted in online mode from May 16- 31, 2018. BITSAT 2018 entrance test will be conducted in a window of 2 weeks for admissions to the Integrated First Degree Programmes of Engineering at its 3 campuses - Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. BITS Pilani will also provide application
correction facility from March 15-19, 2018. BITSAT 2018 test centre allotment will be done on March 21, 2018, while the slot booking will commence from March 23, 2018 and will continue till April 5, 2018. After successful registration, the candidates can download the hall ticket of BITSAT 2018 from April 10, 2018 to May 10, 2018. As BITSAT is an online test, the test takers get to know their scores immediately after the complete the test. However, the institute releases the score card separately, which can be downloaded by the candidates in the third week of May 2018. BITS Pilani will
also release the admission list and wait list in the form of Iteration I and Iteration II in the first week and second week of July 2018. The admission list, wait list and Iteration result is also the seat allotment for admissions to the Integrated First Degree Programmes.
BITS Pilani determines and decides BITSAT 2018 exam pattern. Knowing the exam pattern of BITSAT is a must for candidates who wish to appear for the entrance examination, as it gives them complete idea about how the exam would be. The BITSAT 2018 exam pattern include details about marking scheme, total number of questions, time allotted to attempt the paper, subjects and topics covered, nature of
questions and sections of the paper, etc. Know more about the exam pattern of BITSAT 2018 below.
BITSAT 2018 section-wise question allotment
||No. of Questions
||(a) English Proficiency, (b) Logical Reasoning
● BITSAT 2018 will be held in online mode. The paper will have 4 sections –
Part I, Part II, Part III and Part IV
● Physics and Chemistry sections have 40 questions each, while Mathematics has
45 questions and English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning have 10 and 15
● The time allotted to complete BITSAT 2018 paper is 3 hours (without break)
● All the questions are objective in nature or in other words – MCQs.
● Each correct answer will be given 3 marks, each incorrect -1 and unattempted
questions will be given zero or no marks.
● If any candidate finishes answering all the 150 questions, then he/she can opt
for 12 extra questions, 4 each from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
(PCM), in case they still have time within the allotted 3 hours.
BITS Pilani designs and releases the BITSAT 2018 syllabus so that candidates know from which topics and chapters of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics the questions will appear in the paper. It is important for aspiring candidates to know about the syllabus of BITSAT 2018 so that they can prepare from the topics for the entrance test accordingly.
The paper of BITSAT 2018 will have question from different topics from the following sections:
● English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning
The eligibility criteria of BITSAT 2018 include the eligibility conditions needed to be fulfilled by the aspiring candidates in order to be considered eligible for the entrance test. BITSAT 2018 eligibility criteria carry specific information related to qualifying marks, qualifying exam, subject combination, total number of attempts, age, etc. See complete details below.
● Candidates passed class 12 or equivalent examination (from any state/central board). However, they have to score 75% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology in the qualifying exam. Also, in each of the 3 subjects, they must also secure 60% marks separately.
● Aspiring candidates should also have proficiency in English to be able to appear in BITSAT 2018.
● Candidates who have appeared in class 12th in 2018 or 2017 would be considered eligible for BITSAT 2018.
● Candidates with Rank 1 in state or central boards in India will be offered seats of their choice, despite their rank/score in BITSAT 2018. However, these candidates should meet the all eligibility conditions mentioned above.