BITSAT 2021 Slot Booking Started: Know Steps to Book Exam Slot

BITSAT Slot Booking Started

BITSAT 2021 slot booking process has been started & will continue till 21st July 2021.

Check BITSAT admit card download procedure, exam pattern, syllabus & other details.

BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test) is an online test conducted every year by BITS. Through this test, students are offered admission into Integrated first-degree programs. The admission is offered to qualifying students into various BITS campuses in Pilani, Goa, and Hyderabad.

The Slot Booking process of BITSAT 2021 has been started from 17th July 2021. Candidates can visit the website of BITS and reserve their test date and a slot for the exam. 

BITSAT 2021 is scheduled to be held from 3rd to 9th August 2021. Only the registered candidates can now participate in the slot booking process. Test dates and slots will be offered on a first-come and first-serve basis.

How to Book BITSAT 2021 Exam Slot? Check Steps Below:-

  • Visit BITS website.
  • Click on the link provided as – Book your test date and test time.
  • Login by entering your personal details – application number and password.
  • After clicking on the proceed button, candidates have to then follow the instructions to reserve the test date and time.

After completion of the slot booking process, the candidates will be eligible to download their admit cards.

Students must note that no requests for change in the test centers, selected date & time will be entertained after reservation. The last date for reservation of the test date and time is till 21st July 2021 (5 pm).

The admit card of BITSAT 2021 is available for download till the date of the exam. Students must go through complete exam instructions provided on it. As it will be an online computer-based test, candidates must ensure a proper internet connection.

As per the format of the BITSAT exam, it will be a 3-hour duration test. There will be multiple-choice questions in the paper.

The exam will be divided into four parts

3English proficiency15
4Logical reasoning10
5Mathematics or Biology (For B.Pharm candidates)45
Total150 questions

Talking about the marking scheme, for each correct answer 3 marks will be awarded. 1 mark will be deducted as a penalty for each incorrect answer.

Candidates can prepare for the test by referring to the NCERT syllabus of 11th & 12th. Also, students can take references from the NCERT textbooks or sample tests available online on the website.

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