The questions are not particularly challenging. A little creativity is needed to answer the questions, but you need to be aware of the information needed.

JEE MAINS includes a few excellent questions as well, but BITSAT only has a small number. Between JEE MAINS and BITSAT, BITSAT is an intermediate level.

However, the primary function of BITSAT is to assess cognitive abilities such as intelligence, speed, accuracy, and knowledge. The BITSAT syllabus is far bigger than JEE Advanced's, and questions are drawn from all areas of it. The chemistry portion is somewhat insignificant because some of the questions are drawn from the curriculum, which you may not have studied. There were two or three additional questions of the same type about ozone depletion in the issue featured. While less common, these kinds of problems are nevertheless present in math and physics classes. The most crucial piece of advice is to thoroughly review the material that is not covered in JEE Mains or JEE Advanced. These folks typically have more questions about these subjects, but because the syllabus isn't full, students are unable to respond to these inquiries. As a result, remember to go through chapters on subjects like to Semi-conductors in Physics and Boolean algebra in Math. Study Inorganic Chemistry thoroughly. These questions are of below-average difficulty; it is sufficient to know that you have studied that portion of the curriculum.

However, BITSAT carefully examines your accuracy and speed. It takes a lot of work and effort to attempt 150 questions in three hours. In addition, I would suggest that you disregard the questions that you are unable to complete to complete the 150 questions allotted time and gain the benefit of taking the 12 simple additional questions, which may earn you a substantial bonus of marks. So, familiarize yourself with speed parameters. The additional 12 questions may be beneficial and make a significant impact. Thus, practice excellent time management. It's difficult to be accurate in a panic like this, but that's the important thing to remember.

Not only must you be swift, but you must also be accurate. Avoid stupid mistakes, which are quite likely to be made. Try to stay cool and finish the paper.

Among the other important things you should acquire is the ability to write eloquently on paper. Plan out how you will approach the paper because BITSAT lets you switch between all 150 questions at your convenience. A well-laid-out plan may not always work; therefore you must be flexible in your thinking and quick to act.

This is not a particularly challenging paper, but it does test your accuracy, quickness, and thorough understanding of the material.

R, L, and f were handed; we were instructed to calculate the capacitance at the maximum current.

There was supplied force and velocity. We were requested to ascertain the electricity

Given a wave equation and the phase difference, we were asked to determine the path difference.

Assuming that an ideal gas expands freely, what happens when the temperature varies? There were four possibilities available.

After it was explained that gas expands in an enclosed container when it is spun, the question arose as to what happens to the pressure, or ie. It either rises or falls, and additional choices were provided.

A quantity was presented together with its formula, along with the inaccuracy of each part of the formula.

We were instructed to locate the primary quantity's mistake.

Find the acceleration caused by gravity at that height. We were provided the following information: a body is thalweg to a height of 32 km, and R is given as 64000 km.

It was stated that the train was accelerating steadily as a guy fired bullets from it. What was the bullet's velocity when it struck the man standing outside the train? Options were presented as g+a, g-a, and so on.

The equation U=3nRT was provided, and we were instructed to compute the ratio CV/CP.

A question about K.E. and the ideal gas's temperature (proportionality) was raised.

It was assumed that a rotating disk had a heavier side. Options on what doesn't change were provided.

What would be the density of melted water? There were four possibilities available.

A change in P.E. was requested, and certain amounts were provided.

On the x-axis, two masses were maintained. We had to figure out the equation (which had to do with the parallel axis theorem).

A pot was vibrating, and after that, a hole was created in it. It has to do with the pot's time duration.

- Calcium hydroxide is referred to as.
- The percentage of empty space in HCP and CUBIC Determining the cell's EMF
- A query about the Nersted Equation
- In response to a question on the solubility of AgI and AgBr A rxn, we were asked to calculate the quantity of KCL generated in addition to the mass of O2.
- An inquiry concerning ionization enthalpy in the s-block
- There was a query about Nessler's reagent. Options like CO3+ and NH4+ were provided.
- Four attributes were assigned to us along with the task of determining the lattice energy of MgCl2.
- A question concerning Sandmeyer's prescription and subsequent KI treatment
- We were given aromatic compounds and instructed to identify the one that produces intramolecular hydrogen bonds.
- One inquiry concerned refining techniques.

After being given aspartame, aspartame, and another chemical, we had to decide which class each of them belonged to. One question asked us to determine whether the proportion of the FCC unit cell was left behind after making an SCC unit cell.

Something about the parahydrogen spin in mathematics

- Concerning the centroid
- The tangent's length
- √5x + (some constant) y + K = 0 The hyperbola x²/9+y²/16=1 is where it lies. We were instructed to determine "k's" value.
- Discover the answer Dy/Dx(x-2)-y=(x-2)³
- Integral 2 from -1x² to +2
- A query about the building's height (trignometry) was raised.
- A fundamental differentiation sum
- An inquiry about the equation's roots
- The Question Papers 1 and 2 come in two sets. It is advised that the student answer at least six questions. Two questions from each area must be answered. What is the likelihood that the student will answer the question then?
- An inquiry concerning perpendicular planes
- If angle C is obtuse, then... The available options were tan A. tan B1 etc.
- A fundamental inquiry about logarithmic characteristics
- Concerning the highest and lowest values
- A fundamental inquiry about continuity
- Potential x values

- Sentence structure
- Filling the blanks in sentences
- Series Numbers finalization
- Correlation, etc.

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