Application Process for BITS Admission Test (BITSAT) 2022 begins
Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) has begun the application process for the Admission Test (BITSAT) 2022 on its official website. Candidates who are willing to take admission to degree courses offered at Pilani, Goa, and Hyderabad campus can apply online at bitsadmission.com. Deadline to apply online for BITSAT-2022 for both the sessions is 21st May 2022.
As this time BITSAT shall be conducted in two sessions, the prescribed fee for BITSAT-2022 for a candidate who chooses to appear twice will have to pay a sum of Rs. 5400 (for a male candidate) and Rs. 4400 (for a female candidate).
A candidate who originally opts to appear once (Session 1), will pay a fee of Rs. 3400 (for a male candidate) and Rs. 2900 (for a female candidate).
If such a candidate chooses then to apply to appear a second time (Session 2), then he/she will have to pay an additional sum of Rs. 2000 (for a male candidate) and Rs. 1500 (for a female candidate). These fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
BITSAT-2022 Online Test Session-I will be conducted from 20th June (Monday) to 26th June (Sunday), 2022 and BITSAT Session-II will be conducted from 22nd July (Friday) to 26th July (Tuesday), 2022.
Steps to apply for BITSAT 2021
- Step 1: Visit the official website: bitsadmission.com.
- Step 2: On the homepage, click on the ‘register for BITSAT 2022’ link.
- Step 3: A new page will appear on the screen.
- Step 4: Register yourself and proceed with the application form.
- Step 5: Upload the necessary documents and pay the application fee
- Step 6: Submit your application form
Candidates who secure the first rank in central or state boards in India for the year 2022 will be given direct admission to the program of their choice, irrespective of their BITSAT-2022 score.
BITSAT 2022 will be for three-hour duration. The test consists of four parts including physics, chemistry, mathematics/biology. The last part will have two segments – English proficiency and logical reasoning. There will be total 150 questions. For every correct answer, students will get three marks and for every wrong answer, one mark will be deducted.