The Birla Institute of Technology & Science every year directs exam for the admission of the students in BITS Pilani, Goa, and Hyderabad campus for the B.E, M.Sc, and B.Pharma degree courses. BITSAT exam is directed on the basis of NCERT syllabus for Class 11 and 12. The syllabus is somewhat unique for engineering and pharmacy programs. In this article, you will get to know about the BITSAT Syllabus 2020.

## BITSAT EXAM SYLLABUS 2020

Go through the BITSAT Previous years papers to know the exam pattern and syllabus of the examGoing through the latest BITSAT Preparation Tips 2020 will help you prepare in the right direction.The BITSAT exam consists of just 1 stage

- The candidate has to attempt 150 multiple-choice questions in 3 hours (180 minutes). For each right answer, the applicant will get 3 marks each and for each wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted
- There are 5 subjects i.e. Physics(40 questions) and Chemistry(40 questions), Mathematics/Biology section(45 questions), English language section(15 questions) , and Logical Reasoning section(10 questions)
- The exam of BITSAT will be held in May 2020 in many shifts daily. Go through the
**BITSAT Exam Dates 2020** in details.

### BITSAT PHYSICS SYLLABUS

The Physics subject Syllabus is the same for each candidate whether it is of Engineering or Pharmacy degree courses. The physics segment is the hardest segment as guaranteed by applicants showing up for the test.

- The physics section consists of 40 multiple choice questions mark allotted for each correct answer is 3 marks, and for each wrong answer, 1 mark is deducted. The total marks allotted for this section is 120 marks.
- In the physics section, the question will come from the NCERT of XI and XII Class.
- The mode of this examination is online mode.
- The Medium of the test is English as it were.
- Some of the topics which have maximum weightage and are important also are Mechanical Properties, Gravitation, Current Electricity, and Atomic Study.
- Some of the topics which have minimum weightage are Waves, Law of Motion, and Semiconductors.
- This Exam will have questions from the 21 topics mentioned below.

The table below shows the BITSAT physics Syllabus and weightage of the topics also: -

**BITSAT Physics Syllabus** |

**Physics Topics** |
**Weightage ** |

Mechanical Properties |
5 questions |

Current Electricity |
4 questions |

Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation |
3 to 4 questions |

Magnetism & Moving Charges |
3 to 4 questions |

Thermodynamics |
3 to 4 questions |

Rigid Body Dynamics |
3 to 4 questions |

Work, Energy and Power |
3 to 4 questions |

Planar Motion |
3 to 4 questions |

Ray Optics |
3 to 4 questions |

Wave Optics |
3 to 4 questions |

Kinetic Theory & Thermal Properties of Matter |
3 to 4 questions |

Atomic Study |
3 to 4 questions |

Oscillation |
3 to 4 questions |

Gravitation |
3 to 4 questions |

Kinematics |
2 to 3 questions |

Alternating Current |
2 to 3 questions |

Waves |
2 to 3 questions |

Electrical Field |
2 to 3 questions |

Capacitance & Electrical Potential |
2 to 3 questions |

Semiconductors |
2 to 3 questions |

Law of Motion |
2 to 3 questions |

** **BITSAT CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS

The Chemistry subject Syllabus is the same for each candidate whether it is of Engineering or Pharmacy degree courses.The chemistry subject is considered as one of the easiest and scoring subject. Candidates consider it as a scoring section and it will also increase their score in the examination.

- The chemistry section, consists of 40 multiple choice questions mark allotted for each correct answer is 3 marks, and each wrong answer 1 mark is deducted. The total marks allotted for this section is 120 marks.
- In the chemistry section the question will come from the NCERT of XI and XII Class.
- The mode of this examination is online mode.
- The Medium of the test is English as it were.
- Some of the topics which have maximum weightage and are important also are P- block and basic concepts of chemistry.
- Some of the topics which have minimum weightage are solid-state, state of matter and solutions
- The Equilibrium and Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids hold the comparative weightage and are significant topics in the test.
- This Exam will have questions from the 18 topics mentioned below.

The table below shows the BITSAT Chemistry Syllabus and Weightage of questions of each topic: -

**BITSAT Chemistry Syllabus** |

**Chemistry Topics** |
**Weightage ** |

P-Block Elements |
5 questions |

Equilibrium |
4 questions |

Basic Concepts of Chemistry |
5 to 6 questions |

Aldehydes, Ketones, and Carboxylic Acids |
4 questions |

Chemical Bonding |
3 to 4 questions |

Coordination Compounds |
2 to 3 questions |

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry |
3 to 4 questions |

Alkanes, Alkenes & Alkynes |
3 to 4 questions |

Haloalkanes and Halaorenes |
2 to 3 questions |

The Solid State |
2 to 3 questions |

Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers |
3 to 4 questions |

Phenols |
2 to 3 questions |

Chemical Kinetics |
2 to 3 questions |

Hydrogen and the S-Block Element |
2 to 3 questions |

Polymers |
2 to 3 questions |

States of Matter |
2 to 3 questions |

The D and F Block Elements |
3 to 4 questions |

Solutions |
2 to 3 questions |

### BITSAT ENGLISH LANGUAGE SYLLABUS

The English Language section consists of 15 multiple choice questions mark allotted for each correct answer is 3 marks, and each wrong answer 1 mark is deducted. The total marks allotted for this section is 45 marks.

- The mode of this examination is online mode
- The Medium of the test is English as it were
- it is planned to evaluate an applicant's general capability in English, information on Basic Grammar, Vocabulary, Reading, and Comprehensive Ability, and furthermore their aptitudes in a successful composition

The table below shows the BITSAT English Language Syllabus: -

**BITSAT ENGLISH LANGUAGE SYLLABUS** |

**Topics** |
**Sub – Topics** |

Grammar |
Agreement, Time & Tense, Parallel Construction, Relative Pronouns |

Determiners, Prepositions, Modals, Adjectives |

Voice, Transformation |

Question tags, Phrasal Verbs |

Vocabulary |
Synonyms, Antonyms, Odd Word, One Word, Jumbled letters, Homophones, Spelling |

Contextual Meaning |

Analog |

Reading Comprehension |
Content/Ideas |

Vocabulary |

Referents |

Idioms/Phrases |

Reconstruction (rewording) |

Composition |
Rearrangement |

Paragraph Unity |

Linkers/Connectives |

### BITSAT LOGICAL REASONING SYLLABUS

The test assesses reasoning ability in verbal just as nonverbal areas. Applicants ought to be equipped for thinking logically, investigating the information precisely, grasping connections, recognizing missing numbers or words, and applying rules to changed settings.

- The Logical Reasoning section consists of 10 multiple choice questions mark allotted for each correct answer is 3 marks, and each wrong answer 1 mark is deducted. The total marks allotted for this section is 30 marks.
- The mode of this examination is online mode.
- The Medium of the test is English as it were.

The table below shows the BITSAT Logical Reasoning Syllabus: -

**BITSAT Logical Reasoning Syllabus** |

**Topics** |
**Sub - Topics** |

Verbal Reasoning |
Analogy |

Classification |

Series Completion |

Logical Deduction – Reading Passage |

Chart Logic |

Non – Verbal Reasoning |
Pattern Perception |

Figure Formation and Analysis |

Paper Cutting |

Figure Matrix |

Rule Detection |

### BITSAT MATHS SYLLABUS

The Maths section consists of 45 multiple choice questions mark allotted for each correct answer is 3 marks, and each wrong answer 1 mark is deducted. The total marks allotted for this section is 135 marks.This maths section is only for, who are applying for engineering degree courses.

- This section is considered the most time-consuming section and the trickiest one also. This section includes the maximum number of questions that come in the examination
- In the maths section, the question will come from the NCERT of XI and XII Class
- The topics which have maximum weightage in this section are the Application of Derivatives, Sequence and Series and Circle
- You should prepare well for the Matrix and Determinants and Permutation and Combination topic to score easily in the maths section
- Inverse Trigonometry, Statistics, and Quadratic Equation are easy topics they just need a simple revision to score well in it
- The topic 3D is also a scoring topic if the concept is clear in your head, then you can score well in that topic questions also

The table below shows the BITSAT Maths Syllabus in detail: -

**BITSAT MATHS SYLLABUS** |

**Topics** |
**Sub – Topics** |

Algebra |
Complex Numbers |

Quadratic Equations |

Arithmetic and Geometric Progression |

Logarithms and their Properties |

Exponential Series |

Permutations and Combinations |

Binomial Theorem |

Matrices and Determinants |

Sets, Relations and Functions |

Mathematical Reasoning |

Linear Inequalities |

Trigonometry |
Trigonometric Equations |

Inverse Trigonometric Functions |

Two-Dimensional Coordinate Geometry (2D) |
Basic Coordinate System |

Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines |

Circles |

Conic Sections |

Three-Dimensional Coordinate Geometry (3D) |
Basic Section Formula and Distance Between two Points |

Distance and Angle Between Two Lines |

Planar Geometry |

Differential Calculus |
Derivatives of Different Functions |

Tangents and Normals |

Maxima and Minima |

Rolle’s Theorem, Mean Value Theorem, and Intermediate Value Theorem |

Integral Calculus |
Basic Integration |

Methods of Integration |

Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus |

Areas Bound by Simple Curves |

Differential Equations |
Solution of Differential Equations |

Linear First Order Differential Equations |

Probability |
Conditional Probability, Baye’s Theorem |

Independent Events |

Mean and Variance Distribution |

Vectors |
Arithmetic Solutions of Vectors |

Geometrical Interpretations |

Dot and Cross Products of Vectors |

Statistics |
Measures of Dispersion |

Mean and Variance |

Linear Programming |
Linear Programming Solutions |

Mathematical Modeling |
Simple life Problem Solutions Through Matrices and Linear Programming |

BITSAT BIOLOGY SYLLABUS

The Biology section consists of 45 multiple choice questions mark allotted for each correct answer is 3 marks, and each wrong answer 1 mark is deducted. The total marks allotted for this section is 135 marks.This Biology section is only for, who are applying for degree courses other than engineering.

- The topics which have maximum weightage in this section are Reproduction and Biological Classification.
- The candidate also should focus on these topics – Organisms and Population, Neural Control and Coordination, Locomotion and Movement, Photosynthesis, and Chemical Coordination and Integration.

The table below shows the BITSAT Biology Syllabus in detail with the weightage of the questions also: -

**BITSAT BIOLOGY SYLLABUS** |

**Biology Topics** |
**Weightage** |

Biological Classification |
2 to 3 questions |

Principles of Inheritance and Variation |
1 to 2 questions |

Morphology of Flowering Plants |
1 to 2 questions |

Cell: The Unit of Life |
2 to 3 questions |

Animal Kingdom |
2 to 3 questions |

Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production |
1 to 2 questions |

Digestion and Absorption |
1 to 2 questions |

Transport in Plants |
1 to 2 questions |

Mineral Nutrition |
1 to 2 questions |

Breathing and Exchange of Gases |
1 to 2 questions |

Plant Growth and Development |
1 to 2 questions |

Organisms and Populations |
2 to 3 questions |

Structural Organization in Animals |
1 to 2 questions |

Cell Cycle and Division |
1 to 2 questions |

Biotechnology and its Applications |
1 to 2 questions |

Reproduction |
5 questions |

Ecosystems |
1 to 2 questions |

Molecular Basis of Inheritance |
1 to 2 questions |

Human Health and Diseases |
1 to 2 questions |

Body Fluids and Circulation |
1 to 2 questions |

Neural Control and Coordination |
2 to 3 questions |

Biotechnology: Principle and Processes |
2 to 3 questions |

Anatomy of Flowering Plants |
2 to 3 questions |

Locomotion and Movement |
2 to 3 questions |

Microbes in Human Welfare |
2 to 3 questions |

Photosynthesis |
2 to 3 questions |

Chemical Coordination and Integration |
2 to 3 questions |

Evolution |
2 to 3 questions |

Excretory Products and Their Elimination |
2 to 3 questions |

Bimolecular |
1 to 2 questions |