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BITSAT Chemistry

The BITSAT exam is an admissions test for students seeking admittance into an integrated first degree program at the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani in India. The exam contains four parts, which must be completed in three hours. The chemistry section has 40 multiple-choice questions. Students take the computer-based exam at approved testing centers and may not use any calculators or logarithmic tables.

This course offers a quick and effective way to study the BITSAT’s chemistry topics, ranging from basic measurements to atomic structures. Watch video lessons and check your understanding of its key terms and concepts, such as stereochemistry or redox reactions, with the accompanying self-assessment quiz. Your course Dashboard keeps track of your quiz scores, as well as your progress through the course. Interactive video timelines allow you to quickly jump to important chemistry definitions or formulas. Be sure to take the chapter exams and the course’s final assessment to make sure you’re fully prepared for the chemistry portion of the BITSAT test.

In order to be eligible for the BITSAT, you must appear for a 12th class examination during the academic year or have passed it the year prior. To register for the exam, you can fill out the online application on the BITS admissions website. The site has up-to-date information regarding the application fee, as well as the registration deadline. Payment for the exam registration can be made online. Admissions into a BITS integrated first degree program is based of your BITSAT score, plus additional eligibility criterita.

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