VITEEE Preparation Tips, Strategies and Important Topics

By Sushil Mahanand

Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) has announced the exam dates of the VITEEE 2021 (VIT engineering entrance examination) as 2nd week or 3rd week of April. Mostly, the VITEEE entrance exam was supposed to be conducted in the month of April but due to the COVID-19 outbreak it was extended. VITEEE is a common entrance test to get admission into the India’s number one private university i.e. VIT University and its various educational institutions. This article will helps you to crack VITEEE 2021 entrance and help in the preparation.


VITEEE 2021 Exam Dates Announced, Click to know more


About VITEEE 2021:

VITEEE-2021 is a Common Entrance Exam conducted every year by the  VIT for admission in in various campuses like VIT Chennai Campus, VIT Bhopal and VIT-AP as per the order of merit and availability. Vellore Institute of Technology has already released its application form for 2021 on 30th November, 2020 both online and offline mode (to apply click). The entrance examination may be conducted in online mode from 2nd or 3rd week of April. The exam was conducted across 120 cities of India and four foreign cities. The counseling process for selected candidates will be offline only. 


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Highlight of VITEEE 2021:

Exam Name VITEEE 2021
Conducting body Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT)
Course provides
Accepted Institutes VIT Vellore, VIT Chennai Campus, VIT Bhopal and VIT-AP 
Level of exam University level
Mode of exam Online
Type of Question MCQs
Total Questions 125
Total time 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Frequency of exam Once in a year


Last Two Months preparation for VITEEE 2021:

With only 2 months remaining for the test, here are some tips for the VITEEE 2021 aspirants.

Tips.1- Know the Exam Pattern well:

To crack any exam, knowledge about the exam pattern is important. Exam pattern helps to make study plan. The exam pattern of VITEEE 2021 are given below 

The VITEEE 2021 exam is an online mode exam. The exam will take place in nearly 120 cities across India and 4 other foreign countries.

Category Pattern
Number of Questions 125 questions
Type of Questions Objective type (MCQs)
Duration 2 & 1/2 hrs
Negative Marking No provision for negative marking
Language English only


The number of questions and sections:

A total of 125 questions will be asked by the VITEEE test paper. The question will come from the 6 subjects: Maths, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Aptitude, and English. You should know more details about VITEEE syllabus. The mark distribution of that 5 sections are given in the table below:

Sections Total MCQs Marking system
Physics 35 Correct answer +1 | No negative mark for the wrong answer
Chemistry 35 Correct answer +1 | No negative mark for the wrong answer
Math and Biology 40 Correct answer +1 | No negative mark for the wrong answer
English 5 Correct answer +1 | No negative mark for the wrong answer
Aptitude 10 Correct answer +1 | No negative mark for the wrong answer


Tips.2- Solve Previous year paper:

The previous year papers will always help you score high and help to understand the question’s pattern. The previous year papers will be an exact replica of the real examination. The candidates will be able to figure out the areas in which they need to improve and also learn to manage their time.

The sample of question pattern link is given below. Candidates can check the sample paper by clicking on the respective subjects. 


Time table for preparation:

Subjects Days that you need to dedicate for its completion
Physics 24 days approximately
Chemistry 22 days
Biology 20 days
Mathematics 22 days
English 5 days
Practice and revisions 7 days


Tips.3-Note down the important topics you need to revise:

Though, it is impossible to revise the whole syllabus, hence, concentrate on those topics in each subject whose weight is high and are quite high scoring. Revise them from the notes or study material. You can also learn formulas and basic concepts of these topics.


For VITEEE 2021 Syllabus: Click Here  


Tips.4-Scan your overall preparation:

Make note of all the topics and then divide accordingly into heavier or the lighter weight topics. Analyse your field of strengths and weaknesses. Arrange those particular fields of topics in which you make mistakes regularly. If you have sufficient time then practice those and clear your concept or try to avoid those questions in the exam.

Tips.5-Don’t go for any new topic preparation:

Starting a new topic during the last moment of preparation can prove to be a very dangerous one for you. As it would increase the level of stress which would obviously demotivate you.

Tips.6-Take regular breaks from your study schedule:

In every one hour make it sure to take a break of at least 5-10 minutes so that it would bring some kind of refreshment and energy to your body and also will make your mind fresh and calm.

Tips.7-Don’t study for long hours:

This is the most crucial part of the last minute preparation that a student must take care of is that he/she shouldn’t go for long hours preparation. That would simply make you more stressful and that would anyhow affect your mental state.

Tips.8-Improve your sleeping habits:

Make it sure that a week before the exam you must have a proper sleeping schedule. Try to sleep earlier and wake up for earlier so that you won’t have a habit of waking up late which would result to make you feel sleepy while giving the exam.

Tips.9-Read the tips of experts and VITEEE toppers:

The toppers and experts are those who know this situation well so it's best to follow their guidance. They have the experience that will help you.

Tips.10-Always be motivated:

Always be motivated to learn. Give your best and crack the exam.

Best Preparation Books:

Subjects Books and Author
  • Concepts of Physics (HC Verma)
  • Understanding Physics Series (DC Pandey)
  • Handbook Chemistry (Hansraj Modi)
  • Organic Chemistry (OP Tandon)
  • Complete Mathematics (Mc Grew Hill)
  • Mathematics Objectives (Arihant)
  • Pradeep’s Biology Guide (PS Dhami)
  • S. Chand's Biology for Class XI (PS Verma and BP Pandey)


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