BITSAT 2021 Postponed, Application Deadline Extended, Five Tips to Score Well in Exam
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BITSAT 2021 Postponed, Application Deadline Extended
Because of the current pandemic situation, Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani has postponed its admission test – BITSAT 2021. Because of the current pandemic situation, Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani has postponed its admission test – BITSAT 2021. According to the institute, the exam will most likely take place in July and August. It was originally scheduled for June 24 to 29. The deadline for submitting applications has been pushed back as well. “The BITSAT-2021 online exams, which were originally scheduled for June 24-29, 2021, have been postponed. The BITSAT-2021 experiments are expected to take place in July and August of 2021. The exact timetable will be announced on the official website sometime in June 2021,” according to a notice on the website.
Students can upload their applications on the official website, bitsadmission.com, before 5 p.m. on June 30. The application fee for male candidates is Rs 3,400, while it is Rs 2,900 for female candidates. The application fee for students who want to take the exam in Dubai, regardless of gender, is Rs 7,000. BITSAT is an entrance exam for integrated first-year programmes at BITS Pilani and its Goa and Hyderabad campuses.
Information Brochure for BITSAT 2021
Candidates for admission to the BPharm programme must have passed the Class 12 test in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, as well as have satisfactory English skills. Candidates that have completed PCM (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) may also apply.
For other programmes, students must pass the Class 12 final exam in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, as well as demonstrate sufficient English proficiency.
For Physics, Chemistry, English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning, and Mathematics or Biology, the exam will last three hours (for BPharm candidates). For Physics, Chemistry, English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning, and Mathematics or Biology, the exam will last three hours (for BPharm candidates).
Five Tips To Score Well In Exam
The BITSAT exam will be held online from June 24 to 30, 2021, at BITS Pilani. Exam planning tips for the BITSAT can be found here. BITSAT 2021: From June 24 to 30, the Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences will host BITSAT. The exam will be conducted entirely online. As a result, knowing BITSAT 2021 tips will help you score well and manage your time effectively. To complete the syllabus on time, applicants must create a study schedule. It aids candidates in finishing their studies on time. Make a few quick notes. Memorizing ideas is easier when you prepare short notes. Furthermore, it will make the revision process much easier.
- Candidates should jot down valuable tips and formulas for last-minute review. In the last few days, don't research something new.
- In the final days of training, candidates should review all of the subjects. In the days leading up to the BITSAT 2021 test, avoid learning new subjects.
- Previous year's BITSAT question papers can be used to practise.
- Candidates should look over the previous year question papers and see what relevant topics and syllabus were covered in the BITSAT test.
- Take a practice test online.
- Taking online mock tests will help you improve your calculation speed. It also aids candidates in assessing their exam readiness.
- Maintain your composure and concentration.
- When studying for the BITSAT 2021 test, don't put too much pressure on yourself. Get a good night's sleep and research with a clear mind to ace the test.