BITSAT 2011 Eligibility Criteria

Hyderabad, April 29: After Intermediate 2nd year public examination results announced, some aspirants of BITSAT 2011 are a bit of worry. The cause for their worry is on eligibility criteria and the condition of minimum 80% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Those who got 80% or near to that mark is in doubt on weather they are eligible to write BITSAT or not. There are clear instructions on BITS website, defining the eligibility.

For the benefit of the students, here is quick synopsis for BITSAT students on 80% marks condition.

–Candidates should have to pass the Intermediate or 12th standard or equivalent from a recognised Central or State institution with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as main subjects which are called as PCM.

–Minimum marks required is candidates must have to get a minimum of aggregate 80% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in Intermediate. (Both 1st and 2nd year combined along with practical exam marks) 12th examination, with at least 60% marks in each of the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics subjects. Also candidate should have good knowledge in English.

–Students who are appearing for 12th examination in the running year or who have passed Inter examination in previous year only are eligible to appear in the BITSAT test. That means, candidates, who passed Inter two years ago can’t sit for the test.

–If a candidate has taken more than one attempt (in case of improvement also) in Intermediate or its equivalent, only his latest performance is considered. For example, One has to sit for improvement, he has to complete all his papers again and the latest marks memo is the criteria for eligibility consideration.

–And finally, the proficiency in English Language plays a key role. If you are better in English, Online Test will benefit you to get good score on the overall.

Good Luck.


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4 thoughts on “BITSAT 2011 Eligibility Criteria

  1. ram

    bits website says only 12th marks irrespective of the board.
    then why do we have to enter 11th marks?

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