BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science-Admission Test) 2020 is a Computer based online test for admission to Integrated Degree Programmes at BITS Pilani Campuses in Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa. BITS Pilani is all set to begin its online admission test, BITSAT 2020 from September 16, 2020. Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani will be conducting the BITSAT 2020 from September 16, 2020. Considering the present pandemic situation, this year, the examinations will be held on four days, September 16, 18, 21 and 23. Candidates need to adhere to all the guidelines before they sit for exams amid COVID-19 pandemic.
BITSAT is an online test of 3 hours with 150 questions in 4 sections: English Proficiency & Logical Reasoning, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics or Biology.
Earlier, the coordinating authority released the BITSAT 2020 Admit Card on September 13. Students can download the admit cards till 1 PM of September 23, 2020. As of now, the exam centre changing facility has been closed. BITSAT slot booking had begun on September 9.
Here a detailed list of instructions for the exam day of BITSAT 2020:
• BITSAT 2020 candidates will be thermally scanned at the entrance gate of the exam venue.
• Candidates with COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted entry at BITSAT exam centres 2020.
• Self declaration form has been released along with BITSAT admit card 2020. Students have to duly sign them and bring them to the exam centre.
• Candidates have to reach the exam centre about one and a half hours before the exam time. Students will be permitted entry as per schedule mentioned in their admit cards.
• Entries will be closed at least 30 minutes before the exam begins.
• Students will have to carry valid photo ID proof along with BITSAT admit card 2020.
• Candidates will not be allowed to carry items other than face masks, gloves, transparent water bottles and a hand sanitizer (50 ml) with them.
• Candidates will have to follow social distancing norms all throughout and abide by the instructions put forth by invigilators.