BITSAT entrance EXAMINATION pattern is entirely different from other engineering Entrance examination.As it consists English,aptitude and PCM section.And to secure seat in BITs,you need to score 300+ out of 450..This demands time management and accuracy..And you can get that by doing practice and solving numericals..Level of PCM is same as of JEE MAINS or even less than JEE MAINS level so it doesn't require any extra attention.You just need to solve it's previous year solved papers to get an idea about question type and to improve time management skills..So for English and General aptitude section you can do practice before 3 months of EXAMINATION..
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One month is a long period for BITSAT if you are truly devoted to BITS Pilani. However, it is the best time to build yourself for the most running exam of the country. BITSAT not only test your knowledge but also check your attributions to different situations. Pressure handling is the prime factor of the exam.
The question of physics are not difficult but there is always a tendency to do some shakes to your gray matter that will turn you to fail in getting the answers. Well, there are some conceptual question too , that is needed to be done in seconds. To organize the time limit to the physics part , I recommend you to give some 50 to 55 minutes to it. If you are not able to complete it in time , don’t worry , you will get enough time later. To the next part to your question, try to do only objective questions of DC Pandey. Meanwhile you are required to check out your coaching materials too. Yeah! you ought to do only the objective ones to speed up your head at the game of 4 possibilities. Try to solve the electricity and modern physics part first then go for mechanics and thermodynamics. After completing , try to solve the question bank of BITSAT of Arihant.
NCERT is enough for BITSAT especially inorganic. Yeah, for physical you ought to go beyond NCERT . Your coaching materials will be a good option. In the exam , I gurantee you that you will complete chemistry in 20 to 25 minutes. It is the most scoring part of the exam. So , make the fetching part to fetch you plenty in the exam period.
now you have around 1 hour 40 mins for mathematics. But maths is not so tough in BITSAT. Do it carefully, because the questions are very simple and some questions can also be answered with no marks on the rough paper . For maths, be strong at calculus (the fetching part) , coordinate geometry ( the heart of maximising your limits) .
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BITSAT portion is almost the same as that of JEE but the only difference was the logical reasoning and English proficiency part. Apart from these two, the major differentiating factor was the test-taking pattern which could only be practiced by taking mock tests.
Best books for preparation :
Concepts of Physics by H. C Verma Vol 1 and Vol 2
Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov
Arihant Physics by D. C. Pandey
Advanced level Physics by Nelson and Parker
Fundamentals of Physics Resnick, Halliday, Walker
Atkins' Physical Chemistry
Physical Chemistry by N Awasthi
Organic Chemistry by Paula Bruice Yurkanis
Organic Chemistry by M.S. Chauhan
Inorganic Chemistry by J.D.Lee
Inorganic Chemistry by O.P.Tandon
Higher Algebra by Hall Knight+ Bernard-child
Differential Calculus by Arihant
Integral Calculus by Arihant
Problems in Calculus of One Variable Algebra by I.A.Maron
Class XI & XII by R.D. Sharma
(a) English Proficiency
(b) Logical Reasoning
BITSAT English Proficiency & Logical Reasoning by Disha Experts
The Pearson Complete Guide to the BITSAT (English) by One Learn Education
Wren and Martin
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