JEE Main Didn’t Go as Planned? This is What You Should Do

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JEE Main Didn’t Go as Planned? This is What You Should Do

With the dream of being an engineer, every year almost 11 Lakh students appear for the coveted Joint Entrance Examination. If you are one of them and haven’t qualified in the examination or have qualified in the examination but not getting a good college, then fret not. BITSAT is here to rescue you and fulfill your dream of being an engineer.

For many, the IITs are the final destination. Even if they qualify in JEE Main, cracking JEE Advanced isn’t easy. If you are unsure of JEE Advanced 2019, BITSAT is all the more important for you.

Why should you choose BITSAT?

The Birla Institute of Technology is one of the best engineering colleges in India. The repute of this institution isn’t behind the famed IITs and will give you a great career prospect once you have graduated from it.

Congruent features of JEE Main and BITSAT

Since you have been preparing for JEE Main, molding yourself for BITSAT won’t be that tough as the syllabus of both exams is pretty much the same.

BITSAT, like JEE Main, will test your concept understanding, speed, and accuracy in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The only added subjects in the BITSAT examination are English and Logical Reasoning, which isn’t that tough.

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BITSAT Mock Tests and Previous Papers

BITSAT is just a few days to go now. Your focus should be to solve as many previous year papers and mock tests.

Time yourself as per the actual exam and complete the practice exams in one go. BITSAT is usually a 3-hour examination, and to be taken without a break.

BITSAT mock tests and previous year papers help diagnose your strengths and weaknesses. Once you have gone through the test, go through answers to see which were tricky or those that you could not answer.

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BITSAT 2019 Exam Pattern

  • Mode of Exam: BITSAT is a computer-based test (CBT). So, you can only take it in the online mode.
  • Questions: The paper contains 150 questions, 40 each for physics and chemistry, 45 for mathematics, 15 for English and 10 for logical reasoning. The questions are objective type. Each question has an equal weightage of marks.

How is BITSAT different from JEE Main?

Apart from the standard number of questions, you will get 12 bonus questions to improve your scores and further enhance your chances of qualifying in the examination. Here are some details of the bonus question:

  • The 12 extra questions comprise of 4 questions each from Physics, Chemistry, and Math.
  • Marking scheme these bonus questions are the same.
  • You won’t be getting any extra time to attempt these bonus questions.
  • To be eligible to attempt the 12 extra questions, you must answer all the 150 questions without skipping any of them in the main section.
  • Once you choose to attempt these bonus questions, you cannot go back to or change your answers in the 150 questions section.
  • Consider attempting the extra questions only if you have at least 20 minutes left.

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BITSAT 2019: Important Dates

Section Dates
Online application for BITSAT startsJanuary 4, 2019
Online application for BITSAT endsMarch 20, 2019 (5.00 PM)
Last date for registration fee paymentMarch 20, 2019 (5.00 PM)
Application form editing datesMarch 22 to March 25, 2019
Exam centre allotmentMarch 27, 2019
Booking exam slot startsMarch 28, 2019
Booking exam slot endsApril 8, 2019
Availability of Admit Card startsApril 12, 2019
Availability of Admit Card endsMay 13, 2019
Online BITSAT date startsMay 16, 2019
Online BITSAT date endsMay 27, 2019
Applying for admission datesMay 16 to June 18, 2019
Admission and waitlist announcementsJune 20, 2019


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