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BITSAT 2018 PAPER ANALYSIS
Bitsat is an exam which happens over the time and in two slots. The exam generally starts from the second week of May. So we are providing you the overall analysis of the exam.
The questions in BITSAT generally varied from moderate to difficult. Most of the questions were from class 11 and were similar to the ones asked in JEE Main. Chemistry, most of the questions were application and concept based. Mathematics section had most questions from class 11 syllabus defined by CBSE.
Topics that were asked in BITSAT are:
Maths: Co-ordinates, Probability, Limits and Continuity, Trigonometry and Complex Numbers
Physics: Surface Tension and Modern Physics
Chemistry: Electro-Chemistry and Organic Chemistry
Physics was noted to be one of the toughest sections in comparison to the others. Chemistry had a lot of analytical questions.
OVERALL MARKS DISTRIBUTION:
BITSAT Exam Analysis: Level of Difficulty
BITSAT 2018 was considered to have a moderate level of difficulty as most of the questions were direct and conceptual. The marks weight age were almost same for Class XI and Class XII standard syllabi. Subjects were of varying level of difficulty in which Physics was the toughest. A total of 450 marks on the scale of level of difficulty of BITSAT 2019 is as follows:
OVERALL DIFFICULTY LEVEL ANALYSIS
No of Ques
Physics: The maximum questions were from Electricity and Magnetism (15 questions). The lowest weightage in this section was given to Heat & Thermodynamics, SHM & Waves, Modern Physics and Optics (14 questions). There were 11 questions from Mechanics and 4 from Modern Physics this year.
Chemistry: The level of difficulty of this section was between easy to moderate. Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry was unexpectedly easier than the General and Organic Chemistry. The maximum weightage was given to Physical Chemistry (18 questions). There were 8 questions from Inorganic Chemistry and 14 from Organic.
Mathematics: It was a moderate section. The most number of questions were asked from Application of Derivatives (7 questions)