BITS (Birla Institute of Technology and Science) Pilani successfully concluded the last day (6th day) of BITSAT 2020 (BITS Admission Test) on 23rd September. The exam was conducted in two slots i.e. Morning Shift from 9 AM - 12 PM and Afternoon Shift 2 PM - 5 PM. The overall difficulty level of both the slot was moderate to difficult. Physics was a bit tough, Chemistry was moderate, Mathematics was relatively easy, and English was moderate. BITSAT 2020 was conducted from 16 - 18 September and 21 - 23 September 2020 at 58 exam centres across India and Dubai.
The provisional answer key will be released soon by the authorities on the official website. Candidates will be given a window to raise objections (if any) against the provisional answer key. After considering all the objections and verifying it, the final answer key will be released. Based on the final answer key, BITSAT 2020 Result will be announced.
BITSAT 2020 Exam Pattern:
- Mode of Exam: Online
- Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
- Total Questions: 150
- Duration: 3 Hours
- Marking scheme: +3 Marks for correct answers, -1 mark for wrong answers, 0 for unanswered questions
|Part||Subject||No. of Questions|
|Part III||English Proficiency||10|
|Part IV||Math / Biology||45|
BITSAT 2020 Day 6 Analysis (23 September):
- It was tough in both the slots
- Numerical questions were lengthy
- It needed strong hold on formulas to solve complex questions
- most of the questions were asked from Electrostatics, Thermodynamics, Wave Optics, Work Power Energy.
- It was moderate to difficult
- Inorganic part questions were mostly from NCERT
- Most of the questions were asked from Electrochemistry, Chemical Bonding, D-Block & F-Block, Hydrocarbons.
- It was easier in comparison to others
- Although some questions were lengthy, most of them were understandable
- With basic preparation, one could score high marks
- Questions were asked from Trigonometry, Probability, Permutations & Combinations.
English Proficiency/Logical Reasoning:
- This section has been consistently moderate in difficulty level throughout all the exams
- English questions mostly had grammar and vocabulary questions
- Reasoning questions were somewhat tricky, but one could score good marks
- Questions came from Sequence and series, Sentence completion, Blood Relation, Directions